@jquick Nah, just grouchy smugness. I'm happy for your success. I'm happy for Briana's fun life experiences that cost $85.00.
@jquick I got the skinny peppermint mocha and you were right, it's great! I also love the regular salted caramel mocha, if you're in the mood for 500 delicious calories. But really I came back to say the barista tried to predict me this morning and had already rung up what she thought I wanted when I started to say "Can I get a skinny soy . . . "
@Liz Same. Two weeks is a terrible amount of notice to break a lease, and I don't blame the landlord at all for what he expects. The point of a lease is that it ISN'T a negotiation, it removes all the fussy ugly stuff and lets you avoid it for another year. When you break the lease all the ugly stuff comes back in!
@boringbunny Hahahaha, perhaps a medium-sized . . . movie theater. It's interesting to me that the interviewee wants to correct people's view that expensive weddings represent poor financial planning, when, to me, it's not that, it's wastefulness. These big weddings seem to almost always be sponsored by parents, which is fine but is not the same as financial planning! If that money wasn't there outside of use for a wedding.
@boringbunny I'm curious about that too, what the cost breakdown is. I tend to think in cases like this that people just spend a massive amount of money on booze? Seriously.
@Rory Thank you!!
@ellabella That's my assumption as well, but if that were the case, why would it be up to the parents to decide whether or not to invite the bigoted grandparents? This is the confusion.
Well, the phrase "a robust 'Wunderbar!'" is so embarrassing that I can't make myself click through. But Aldi is wonderful!
Wait, your grandparents weren't there . . . ? On purpose? I need clarification on that part. Confused by how parents "did not invite their own parents."
@allreb This one lady at my Starbucks guesses at my order ONLY because she finds it delightful (a "tall blonde") so we laugh but I only get that item like half the time and it never stops being a question ("A tall blonde?"). At some point the predictive prep starts to feel like . . . Crass time-saving effort? Like, don't front-load your work based on how you assume the same thing about me every day.