Did you used to have a go-to recipe that you rarely make now? Did you just phase it out, or did you just get sick of it?
I discovered Larb (an Asian dish) in college and I found a recipe and I made it / ate it for dinner every. damn. day. I ate it like lettuce wraps. Today, after not having it in years, it just occurred to me to buy the ingredients and make a ton of it, as a meal-prep, and I've been gorging on it for the last half hour
I sold my bike to a lady via Craigslist yesterday. She paid me $150 via Venmo for a bike that I bought for over $300 and rode only a few times (new york is scary okay!!). She took the bike for a test ride yesterday and mentioned something about the gears clicking while riding, but the bike is in 100%% rideable condition otherwise.
Just now I get a text from her saying she brought the bike to a shop today and that they needed to replace a part. Parts and labor are $30 and she asked me to Venmo her that amount of money back to cover the cost.
Is this my responsibility to give her the money back??? / Is there any way to tell her no without being a huge a-hole??
(For what it's worth, the money she gave me is literally all the money I have right now)
dk/dc: What's the one thing on ur Netflix queue that's been on there since the dawn of time but you've still never watched?