New question: What is the scariest movie you've ever seen, and what made it so scary? Was it because of how old you were, or where you were watching it?
edit: seems like it should be okay! we'll find out tomorrow. thanks! I'm hoping there are some iPhone savvy people here...I just updated my mom's iPhone 4 to iOS7, since I promised her that I could do "reduced motion," a concern she had since she's vision impaired. I even showed her on mine (iPhone 4s) how to access the screen to turn it on/off, etc. and she seemed content with the update and told me to go ahead and do it. Now that it's updated, I went to Settings > General > Accessibility...only there is no reduce motion option on hers. It's like it knew I wanted to enable it...so it's not there at all. Any ideas? Does it sound like a failed load, and I just need to retry?
Thanks for any help!
Tech question.... sorry.
For mac and iphone users - Is it possible to airdrop between my mac laptop and my iphone? Both say they have airdrop available, but I can't seem to share between either of them. Any suggestions?
DK/DC: If you read nonfiction, or if you HAD to read nonfiction, what would you read about? What's your favourite nonfiction book?
I'm making blue cheese buckwheat cornbread muffins. They also have scallions. What flavors for a meaty dish would go well with them? I have jalapeno chicken sausage, chicken breasts, and ground beef. I just want some complementary flavors or spices or whatever that would taste good... no too fancy recipes.
What are some date ideas that are cheap/free? (assuming it's someone you have only just started seeing)
Have you ever been in the position where you or your partner earned significantly more than the other? Did it raise any problems? How did you work things out?
How do you like your coffee?
What is your favorite brand to make at home?
I have a very very hazy memory of an old book I read a long time ago having a box of lemon shaped soaps in it. It wasn't a feature of the story (that I remember) just something incidental. This memory just won't go away and it's really irritating me.
I sort of feel it's in a book of a similar feel to the Katy books by Susan Coolidge, although that might be because in those there's a scene where they put a soap on a hat.
Does anyone know what I'm on about? Does it ring any bells?