I went to a school reunion last week (25 years) and it's been almost 20 years since I'd seen most of them. Some people I hardly recognized any more, some instantly. One guy especially. We'd been dating in highschool, he was my first real love. I thought he was SOOOO handsome back then. And when I saw him like 5 years after highschool, I still found him attractive. Now, 25 years later, he's still lean and muscular (so he did better than most of us) but all of a sudden I saw how ugly his face is. He has and always had a hanging eyelid, he's got no chin at all, and, yeah, he's totally ugly.
Did I really need 25 years to get over that guy to see what I didn't see in highschool?
Do you have stories about people you hadn't seen for ages and then saw all the things, good and bad, that you hadn't realized before?
What things do you think are overpriced?
Keurig owners: What are your favorite and least favorite k-cup varieties?
Tea drinkers: What are your favorite brands/types of tea?
Everyone else: What's the weather like for you today?
I have half of a large container of vanilla greek yogurt that is expiring soon. What should I do with it? Most of my family is lactose intolerant so it's more for me. Recipes are loved.
Can I freeze it?
What is something that has happened to you that you can only describe as "bizarre"?
It's somewhat complicated but I will try to make it as simple as I can because no one wants to spend an hour on this.
My best friend co-owns a condo with his father. Both are on the paperwork. His father lives in the house Friend grew up in with Friend's mother and sister, so he doesn't live in the condo with Friend. Friend actually still spends 3-4 nights a week at his parents' but that's another story (we're 30, for context). A few months ago I lost my job and Friend and parents thought it'd be a great idea to have me move into the condo. I could pay just a few hundred a month, easing the pressure on me while I job hunt and it'd save Friend and parents some money, win/win! They still help him with finances since he is going to school, which is cool.
Except it almost immediately turned into a situation where they claimed they could no longer afford the place and needed to sell it/get someone in there "who would actually pay" (their words). Meanwhile, they started refusing my payments. I reluctantly had to involve my own mom because Friend's mom kept calling her to "explain" everything (I guess assuming that I run and tell my mother everything that happens to me? I don't know.). My mom offered to pay half the mortgage/fees for 2 months so I could have time to find a place and they refused but said I could still stay for 2 months to find a new place. Ever since I moved in, Friend's dad sees no problem with showing up unannounced and going into our rooms, throwing stuff out (not all of it garbage) and making nasty comments about the state of our home (mostly directed at me*). If I at all try to challenge him, or even ask him to call ahead and ARRANGE a suitable time to come over (not just call ahead and announce he's coming at such&such time) both Friend and Friend's dad respond by saying that I don't pay rent and therefore I'm a guest and have no right to say anything to anyone about anything. Ever. It's stressful enough trying to find a new job/apartment without this BS. Thoughts? Am I wrong? Is there anything I can do? I apologize if this post is slightly incoherent.
tl;dr: If you are renting a home from someone, does that give them the right to come and go as they please?
*Once he apparently dug through our garbage, because he complained that I was "disgusting" because I'd left a used tampon in the garbage.
I am getting on a plane tonight. What am I forgetting?
I'm going to a party where "hair" is the theme.
I bought a giant pink wig that resembles poodle hair.
What can I wear with that (clothing wise)?
I was thinking of keeping a 50s theme, but I'd love some suggestions.
Has anyone traveled to Paris in January?
Care to share your experience if so?
Tickets are really cheap for next January and I'm a little eager.
What movie should I play for my Grade 3 class (8-9 year olds)?
My class is having a movie day on Monday. We were going to watch Holes but the Grade 6 teacher told me that she does a whole unit on Holes so she doesn't want them to watch it.
Fair enough, we can watch a different one... but now I have no ideas!
They are in Grade 3 and most have seen everything.
We are considering Despicable Me but most have seen it... and they would prefer one with real people.
Another option was Harry Potter... but again, most have seen it. I guess that doesn't matter too much but I figured I would come to you guys to ask if you had fresh suggestions?
For those who count them, approximately how many steps do you walk in a day?
Do you walk more or less during on non week days?