ThatCaty
thatcaty
Jul 10
1

Also, I wasn’t trying to bag on you. I know you can’t help the trains. I was really trying to commisserate and I think it came off wrong.

Jul 10
1

I would rather hear the kids than the trains. I live in a dinky town with two train tracks that cross each other and there are 5 million trains going through here every day. I’ve been here three years and I’m still not use to it.

Jul 10
17

My parents got married in 1972, they had *FOUR* fondue pots received as gifts.

Jul 10
14

Honestly, same. The Pier 1 vibe is actually similar to my style, but it was full on SHOCKING how much they were charging for stuff. Hell, I just looked at their online going out of business sale and they are still trying to sell throw pillows for over $25 (and that’s with a huge % off).

Why would I go to Pier 1 when I Read more

Jul 10
9

The first time I ever saw those glasses with the cobalt tops was literally in Mexico (Rocky Point) when my mom fell in love with them and decided to buy a set. I was confused for years about how friends’ families who had never been to Mexico ended up with those glasses. Oops.

Jul 10
13

I didn’t mind the people buying Papasans that could actually transport them. But most of them showed up in a Civic and thought it was going inside. No, ma’am, it isn’t. Despite seeing the same car and trying it a thousand times before everyone thought their compact sedan was different.

Jul 10
26

I worked there in college and ended up in a training video of sorts because my store won a sales challenge. I got a pittance of a gift card for doing it but at least I was clocked in for a couple of days and got hella drunk with the production staff after filming. Not bad for when you’re 21. Read more

Jul 9
39

On point three - it feels like their ‘new’ name is akin to adding a winky face emoji on the end

Jul 8
77

I had hope that they’d...woke up. The Chicks just turned their back on 30 years of branding, and won’t lose a dime, because their product speaks for itself. This group should be ashamed.

Jul 8
11

Of COURSE they’re procreating. Gotta make as many white-nationalist babies as possible to counteract the increasing numbers of multiracial children being born. My white-supremacist sperm donor would lose his fool mind if he knew his firstborn child has become an anti-racist with socialist leaning.

Jul 8
17

Ew, they’re procreating?! I’ll say it now, but I hope those two assholes have a reverse Alex P. Keaton situation on their hands once their child grows up. 

Jul 8
60

I appreciate your penultimate paragraph, Ashley. That these two are Jews is enough to make me run screaming into the void. Their actions are so far from what I understand Judaism to be about. Read more

Jul 8
37

I get the impression that the Millers (yes, both of them; probably their unborn child as well since Katie is pregnant and I don’t think for a second they’ll be decent human beings when it comes to raising their kid) are so insecure in their “whiteness” that they over-compensate by having a complete lack of sympathy Read more

Jul 8
43

As Upton Sinclair noted, it is difficult to get a person to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it. At this point, the voters for the President are a known quantity, and their quantity is that they are perfectly willing to countenance any injustice being perpetrated on people they Read more

Jul 8
55

The more I think about it the more convinced I am that she went to the border as some kind of racist tourist, looking forward to seeing the misery her fiance created, and concocted this thin veneer of a reason.

Jul 8
26

Yeah, whenever our dog decides he wants to nap next to me on the couch while I’m on Zoom (I’m normally on no-video because my wife is doing training demos in the bedroom and I don’t want to harsh her bandwidth) — I quickly switch on my video, announce “special guest star!”, let people “awwww,” and then switch off Read more

Jul 8
27

I don’t have kids, but I have two dogs that like to introduce themselves on every work call I have. They regularly bark at any delivery truck that dares to drop off a package in a two block radius. I’m grateful that I work with mostly veterinarians, so they’re understanding, and the rest of them are public servants Read more