Okay this I could get behind.
This was my reaction. Is this one of them ironicals? Have I gone looking for sarcasm in irony? Was this designed to just get a cynical smirk, while I looked for a giggle? Because I don’t get any of it. Read more
Cursive is great. Learning cursive in elementary school made it easier for me to later in life learn Russian and Persian, which both use cursive for writing 100% of the time. Also, it looks nice and needn’t detract from other, more modern fields of education. Handwriting is a nice break from the other subjects, and a… Read more
I would prefer if we only learned cursive. It’s so much faster to write in cursive and it’s more beautiful. I also don’t remember it taking very much time to learn.
Yeah, no. Goose has so, so much fat. It is goddamned delicious. And roast potatoes, roasted in goose fat, are the food of the gods. And I lived for the first 25 years of my life in North America and I did not understand the dried fruit experience. Fruit cake, mince pies, Christmas cake. None of them are any good… Read more
This is the correct take. We had a 3-bird roast, with all the trimmings. I make the bread sauce (a la Delia Smith) even though it makes no culinary sense but dammit if it doesn’t pull together the perfect boxing day leftover sandwich. Read more
I shall toast it with a glass of Croft Original. Or a bottle of Guinness.
Don’t forget that bread advert!
It’s incredible that she’s speaking out. My father sexually abused me. I am sorry to say but in my experience, by having a supportive uncle she has more support than most parental sexual abuse survivors have. I really hope he’s there for her and hopefully the publicity will mean she’ll get more support. Read more
Jesus this is embarrassing. Day 2 of this and you guys are still buying that Serena was the victim here? I’m a big fan of Serena, but she has not been wronged here at all. The first code violation was for coaching - her coach admitted he did it and the cameras caught him doing it. No it’s not called all the time, but… Read more
I did find that part of the story odd. Not a prolific restaurant goer by any means but do the "nice" places usually have their tables that close together?