@RadScientist Mr. Biscuit's birthday is the day before mine! I feel so honored.
This reminded me to Check my TransitChek balance and make a hair appointment for when my girl gets back from maternity leave in August. Woo one thing day! Also great job on the hostessing gig. A second job has been helping me save up kind of a lot more than I would normally, despite the heavy taxes.
@maebyfunke HA! More like one week. Seriously, "Can you move in tomorrow?" and/or "I need to move in by tomorrow," is not unheard of.
@Franny Every broker I've contacted through friends has been just as bad. It's like they just don't care. One guy was even like, "Oh, I'm just a freelance broker, I'm not really doing any listings right now." How is that even a thing?
My favorite thing to wear to work is the thing that fits. I would love to go to the Housing Works event but I am going to be on a plane to an island so I think I'm getting an okay deal.
@Dancercise I'm partial to, "That would be the stupidest thing in your LIFE."
@DickensianCat I had a boyfriend who went to one of those schools where everyone had to wear the same faux-dress or tux front for their senior pictures. That seems like such a weird tradition, and yet, it's so widespread! I am horribly un-photogenic so I didn't give a crap about my senior picture. I don't remember what I paid, but I definitely had to pay for it on my own, so I only got one pose, and no prints. I wore a green polo (khaki shorts and brown chucks out of frame), no makeup, and was in and out of there in like 15 minutes.
I went to a Yankee game the other week, and someone asked his date to prom via a message on the jumbotron! It was kind of adorable, but absolutely nobody at my school did anything like that.
My roommate has a George Foreman grill. A previous roommate had the Magic Bullet. I have never used either, but the Magic Bullet infomercial was amazing. I would watch that thing like regular television. My mom got me Proactiv a couple years ago, but it never seemed to work.
@MissMushkila This was me, too, except it was my guidance counselors telling me that "student debt is good debt!" and "don't worry about the money now!" I have two high-school aged sisters and try to tell them everything I know now about this kind of stuff, but they're in high school, so listening to their older sister is like, totally lame and stupid, amirite?