@Meaghano I hate to break it to you, but all honey is bee puke.
Please fix the headline. The past tense of "lead" is "led." (And hello to David from a former AV Club coworker!)
In the version of that McDonald's ad with a montage of people biting their medals, they show at least one guy biting a silver medal. Dude, you're doing it wrong.
@RiffRandell Of course!
We're also staying in and making dinner, including the finest dessert in all the land: creme brulee.
@samburger Nerd Wallet is great. They told me to get an AmEx Blue Cash Preferred card. It has a $75 annual fee, but the cash back more than makes up for it. 6% back on groceries, 3% on gas and department stores, 1% on everything else.
This is not a carbonara (there's no egg in the sauce), but the real deal is also cheap and easy. I sometimes even do it without bacon when I'm feeling especially cheap/lazy. Just beat an egg with a 1/4 cup of grated parmesan and toss it with your drained but still hot pasta. Boom. Sauce.
Mine is an ugly fleece jacket that was a Christmas present from my company. I immediately looked it up to see how much I'd get when I returned it. Fortunately, people are willing to pay a ridiculous amount to look like a hot pink Muppet if you slap the name North Face on there.
My bike was stolen last month but the police miraculously recovered it last week. If you don't have your serial number written down, do it today!
@MissMushkila Agreed. The first seven years I lived in Minneapolis, I got around entirely by bike and bus. Now I have a car, but I still bus to work every day because it's cheaper than paying to park downtown. The idea that taking the bus is shameful or a sign that you're a social castoff is bizarre. On the flip side, I lived in New York for three years and spent way more energy cursing the subway system than I ever have complaining about the buses here. I swear, my most-used trains were rerouted for maintenance at least a third of the time I lived there.