July 10th, 2016

urchin!

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Do you talk to yourself? As in, out loud?

I live by myself, so when I am at home (or in the car) I often find myself thinking out loud. If I'm reading something (i.e., an article online) I'll read it out loud. Is that odd? I do this at work sometimes, too (stuff like "now where did that pen go..."), but nowhere near as much as I do it at home

Am I nuts?
hate pimentos

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Hey! I get a new login ID for work every 60 days, and my last login had the characters "TQC" in it and I thought to myself, "The Question Club! I haven't been there in years!" And then i remembered my LJ password, so I thought I'd check in.

How are y'all doing? Are you surprised this place still exists? What did I miss in the last seven years?

Miniature Palm dying but not

So I have a miniature palm that had 5 full stalks on it. My cat chewed the stem right before it fans out into leaves on one stalk, so the leaves all died but the stem is still alive and strong. Then a stalk on the opposite side just wilted and died out of nowhere, when it was perfectly unharmed. Meanwhile, a new sprout was emerging this whole time, so the plants obviously not dying. I was wondering if anybody knew what was going on, if it had something to do with it being the opposite side of the stalk that got half bit off, if they were somehow connected? And why isnt the stem that had its leaf part bit off dying yet? Will it regrow leaves?
wolf

nom nom nom

Do you ever feel like eating is a chore? Sometimes I just wish I could pop a pill that would act as a meal replacement so I wouldn't have to take the time. I put off eating lunch today for several hours because I didn't feel like preparing any of my meal options, of which all were pretty easy. I love food and I love eating, but sometimes I just don't feel like bothering with it. This only occurs when I'm home, of course. Is that unusual?
Top Gear James May

Who you calling a pig?

Poll #2049032 Yo Piglet

In A A Milnes classic WINNIE THE POO what animal is PIGLET??

a racoon
0(0.0%)
an armadillo
11(30.6%)
a marmot
1(2.8%)
a hamster
3(8.3%)
a striped bandicoot
4(11.1%)
a meerkat
1(2.8%)
an anteater
1(2.8%)
a rabbit
0(0.0%)
a squirrel
0(0.0%)
other in comments
15(41.7%)