@OllyOlly Right? I must be doing it wrong because it’s telling me I need to save 300% of my annual salary from now until I retire. Cool, I’ll get right on that. O.o And I’m actually actively saving for retirement in a 401k and IRA…and I’ll have a small pension. So I don’t get it is what I’m saying.
@yrouttasight I just got back from Italy and I had gelato for breakfast practically every day. And then for a snack. And then for dessert. Gelato all day every day basically! Yum :) This probably has nothing to do with it being an Italian thing and more to do with me being on the go and loving gelato an unhealthy amount.
@anachronistique Yeah my sister had a roommate that lived in a mudroom/utility closet. But it had a window. And the guy they rented it to was a friend who worked all the time and just wanted a place to sleep. He literally had a mattress on the floor and a bag full of his clothes, he didn't care. They also charged him around $100, plus a small portion of utilities.
@@fo Haha thanks but no, when I work out I work out. I am lobster faced and sweaty. I guess he could have been into that though? But no if he was hitting on me he was really bad at it because again, no number on the receipt or anything. This is the only time something like this has ever happened to me and it totally made my week! I felt like a VIP...of Chipolte. I'll take it. ETA: I used to live with a super gorgeous roommate and stuff like this happened to her all the time too. This wasn't like that, the manager was the special one in this situation...not me. He just seemed like a really good manager/nice person.
One time I was at Chipolte and right as I walked in the door I realized I had forgotten my wallet at home but I had my checkbook. I went to the register and kind of laughed and said "this is probably a ridiculous question, but do you guys accept checks?" The manager was working the register and he said no and asked me if I forgot my wallet, to which I said yes I am dumb. Then he asked me what I was going to order and I said two burrito bowls, and he said "I'll buy you dinner. Go ahead, get in line." And he manager comped me two burrito bowls and a bag of chips! It was the most amazingly nice thing. I'm almost positive he did it just to be nice, and not to hit on me or anything (since I was ordering two meals and he didn't leave his number or anything and I had just come from the gym and looked not cute).
@Nanuary I've actually done Insanity and I honestly think Shaun T is the most unintentionally hilarious person alive. He is so dorky...but about fitness? I don't even know what it is, he's just so earnest and cheesy and it makes me laugh a ton. It actually helps me enjoy* the workouts, I love that fitness nerd. *Where enjoy means not totally hate my life and everything in it at that moment.
I've known about this and I also worked as a NYS Sales Tax Auditor (thrilling, I know) for a time and it's really not that big a deal. I can tell you that NYS does not generally go after individuals for sales/use tax. Maybe the IRS would but NYS prefers to go after businesses that are not paying sales tax on stuff they buy and not collecting it from their customers. Also, if you are a business and collecting sales tax from your customers and not remitting it to the State you are probs going to jail.
I used to be so obsessed with the Net Worth tracker on Mint! While I was paying off my student loans it felt like my entire life was leading up to when that stupid number would be green. Now that my loans are paid and the number is green it seems kind of meaningless? I never made a new goal for my net worth so it's just kind of eh. It does feel good to be in the green though whenever I do notice it. When I finally hit $0 net worth I sent my mom a super happy email about it and she was not impressed for some reason.
Oh god, Robert as a European Robin Williams, my eyes can never un-see! I hate when the entrepreneurs cry, keep it together you emotional messes! I love this show.
@Weasley Ugh yes this. I never knew anyone that stole cheese but one of my college friends (whose parents were well off and paying for his schooling AND spending money) used to steal food from stores ALL THE TIME. It disgusted me then, it disgusts me now. Whyyy college students, why??