I love thermacell devices. I use their handhelds during the warmer months when I’m doing outdoor photography. They work really, really well. It puts off a slight odor, but it’s not unpleasant. I don’t the “bubble of protection” they talk about is as big as they advertise, but it certainly works if you have it right…
I got this card a few years ago when they were running a bonus of 100K points for spending $3K in 3 months. I use my airline fee perk on Alaska Airlines. They pay for food, drinks, overweight bags, you name it. It is pretty great.
You can do exactly what you suggest, and also keep a credit card that you pay off in full every month.
The credit card company will still get their money in transaction fees every time you swipe the card, and you get bonus perks for buying groceries you were already going to buy.
I have been an Anker fanboy since they helped me survive my (famously battery eating) Samsung Galaxy Nexus back in the day by selling me cheap batteries that were better than what Samsung put in the phone. I am going on year 3 with the biggest USB battery pack they make and that thing has been my constant companion at…
I’m not blue collar and I have done this.
She lets you rub her feet while she’s eating? That seems odd.
My husband likes to cook and we were recently at a party at my dad’s house and he had this awesome electric wok and we all agreed I should get him one as a gift... but it’s not exceedingly romantic and also he will not be surprised because he was there for the conversation though he probably won’t remember until after…
I hope you are serious. I refuse to give in to this sham holiday and luckily my wife feels the same way.
The primary place items like this are an advantage would be in places like Anza Borrego State Park, where you can have a fire anywhere you like, but it MUST be in a metal container and OFF the ground. (There’s an ecosystem just under the crust of the desert sand and the heat kills it for several feet, hence this…
I admire a man with an accurate self-imagine.
that bloke up there bought his wife a car
This is true- my husband is 6foot 7, and that’s the only kind of towel allowed in the house. Regular towels don’t even wrap around him, and he’s actually pretty trim for his height. If we travel, he packs one for the hotel.
Bleh it is mid-week so it is tricky. We haven’t talked details and he is still looking for work and lives 45 minutes away. I think I will fix some fancy steak, some creamy au-gratin potato stacks, with a mixed green salad with flowers (if i can swing that) in it just so I can see his face as he noms it all.
The bath sheet thing is also a fab idea if your SO is a larger person. I bought some for my SO on the recommendation of some of my heavier friends and it changed his LIFE. He’s a big dude (both height and breadth) and he was like, “Holy shit, I’ve never had a towel that actually COVERED me before.”
Wait a second - these are, like, real presents. Is this now a real, present giving day for people? No thanks..
Such a great work. Excellent suggestion for a good valentine day gift for his/her.
There are no sad boxes of chocolate with the possible exception of Life, which is merely like a box of chocolates, not actually a box of chocolates.
Im going with a classy, mahogany, hand crafted diaphragm with matching socks.
I watched my wife configure her dream car while we watched television a few weeks ago. I’m sneaking it into the garage the evening of the 13th.
Right before the cold snap of January I happened to walk into the Bealls outlet I live near. Knowing Bealls I was very surprised to see a pair of Wolverine Jeans on the rack. Very heavyweight and fleece lined, completely! I live in Florida and thought I would never get my use out of these. They were $20 and in the…