Waived onto the bus? Waived ONTO the bus? Like you can waive the fare or you can wave someone onto your bus/elevator with like a "come here" motion but can you get WAIVED ONTO a bus? Can you get waived to your seat? I feel like the answer is no. You can waive your rights to a lawyer, a person can waive a fee, but I don't feel like you can get waived onto a bus/waived to your seat.
A real estate agent once asked me if I was more interested in a big terrace or a view. I said, I am interested in doing laundry inside of my apartment.
@Mike Dang IT'S NOT THE SAME! (I am actually a Logan at heart but a Mike Dang in practice, so I found them comforting and relatable.)
Mike's always-reasonable weekend roundups kind of make me miss Logan, who would also have budgeted $100 but then accidentally spent $300.
Ahhhhh a NYT story about a teenager picking out WHICH multi-million dollar apartment to buy is exactly the kind of thing I like to hate-read most! Also -- the (perhaps unintentional) reveal of Babygirl's name!
Torn between not wanting to be a hater and just straight-up hating this guy. Not because I am envious of his travel lifestyle or whatever, just because he seems like kind of a dick.
How much do you make! When you pay 38k in taxes! This is a fact I would like to know!
So even if you PAY ALL YOUR TAXES for the year you still get a $1000 fine for underpayment because you paid less in the first three quarters of the year than you thought? Like, you pay them the difference between what you paid and what you owed AND THEN ALSO ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS? This sounds terrible.
Shredding/reading employment offers, performance evaluations and severance packages kind of sounds like my dream job.
@limenotapple I learned the thing about pushing the soup spoon away from you watching an episode of The Brady Bunch where Alice, the maid, goes on a date.