Tact Vs Transparency When It Comes To Money In Relationships

“I just paid in cash for a thing and the lady told me that women do this all the time — they pay cash, or half in cash, so that their husbands/partners don’t see the full amount.”

Job of The Day: Inventor of Autocorrect

Gideon Lewis-Kraus’ history of autocorrect and how it was developed at Microsoft in the early 90’s is so fun. Dean Hachamovitch is the inventor on the patent and now head of data science at Microsoft. “He freely concedes that he types teh as much as anyone,” god bless him.

Dinner Reservations: Out

Ooh-hoo-hoo, Tom Sietsema, food critic for the Washington Post, heartily bemoans the waning number of restaurants that accept reservations:

What’s in Your Wallet? (Not a Sponsored Post) (Wish It Was)

Logan asked what people had in their wallets. This is the result.

A Tiny Bottle of Baileys for Your Plane Coffee

A lot of us will be traveling this summer, and a friend sent me this tip about how it’s perfectly okay for you to bring your own liquor onto a plane as long as the bottles are three ounces or less and fit in those quart-size plastic bags. Maybe I’ll try slipping in a tiny bottle next time to test it out.

Doing It Anyway

Sick Secrets: Various Liquids and 1 Boiled Potato

keep it secret keep it safe.

Sick Secrets: Hot Baths (Really!) and Oysters (REALLY)

My Sick Secret: Elderberries

Sick secret, dude.

My Colombian Bread Secret

Live in Elizabeth, Union City, N.J. or in Queens, N.Y. Or take a road trip, because these are the best places (that I can vouch for) to get Colombian bread within the U.S.

A Very Specific Shoe Secret

A secret about (little) shoes.

My Free Bus Ride Secret (Which I Do Not Condone)

A secret about buses.

My Psychic Bread Secret

A secret about bread.

My Italian Bread Secret

A secret about bread.

What I Learned About The $20 Trick