July 31st, 2014

rembrandt

(no subject)

Haji may/maybe not dating soon. What are some of your deal breakers?

smoking
55(7.2%)
records everything you say
88(11.6%)
has funny looking toes
1(0.1%)
can't swim
1(0.1%)
starts making wedding plans on the 2nd date
84(11.1%)
always late by at least 20 min
58(7.6%)
always early by as much as 2 hours
63(8.3%)
speaks in an affected accent
38(5.0%)
texting/on the phone 90% of the time
91(12.0%)
unsure of gender identity
29(3.8%)
sounds like your mother/father
39(5.1%)
will only hang out at your place
42(5.5%)
watches : Keeping up with the Kardashians
43(5.7%)
calls butter MURDER JUICE
61(8.0%)
main topic of conversation is working out
67(8.8%)



Of course....as always...please feel free to comment. This is not an exhaustive list and I need all the help I can get.
towers

Home Sweet Home!

Congratulations! You're buying a house! Now, money is not an issue, and none of the options below are changeable/fixable in the future.

You can only choose one of these. The other three cannot be added in the future.

An attached garage (otherwise there's free, always available street parking, within a block of your house)
45(35.4%)
2.5 bathrooms as opposed to 1.5
25(19.7%)
One more bedroom than you would need to happily sleep everyone
48(37.8%)
Your first choose of either one or two floors
9(7.1%)

You have to choose one of these, and it's not fixable.

Freight train train tracks directly behind your house, with trains running at from 5:00 AM to midnight
40(31.5%)
(Somehow) no space for a washer/dryer, but there's a laundromat a fifteen minute walk away
24(18.9%)
The nearest decently sized grocery store is an hour away by car or easily accessible, convenient public transport
29(22.8%)
You have a one-way sixty minute commute (either by car or public transport)
34(26.8%)

*Your first choice of...

Are there any things you absolutely could never live with? Either one of those listed above or something else?
What do/would you absolutely need in a house in order to get it?
Starlet

(no subject)

I am waiting for life-altering news, and it is driving me a little bit crazy, so I need distraction, ideally in the form of websites to browse; maybe stuff like IkeaHacks, dressmaking blogs, interesting foodblogs, or just stuff that is awesome. Do you have any suggestions for me?

Two jobs?

Hey there! I have a great FT job, but besides that, life outside of work is pretty boring. No SO, no kids, no time-consuming hobbies. Would it be plausible to get another FT job if a, my current job was OK with me having a second job and b, the second job know I wouldn't be working conventional hours?

The second job is a remote position and my job now is pretty low stress with a lot of free time.