I find it interesting that, according to the app, households earning less than 25k spend (about 70%!) more on prom than households earning 75k or more.
@Liz This. How is spending weekends with your kid a curreny?
Tomorrow I'm going to bake a cake for my brothers birthday (it's a simpsons cake in the shape of a donut! Hopefully!) and then go to the public pool, so that's 20€ max. And then on sunday I'll hopefully just attend the party, so that's 0€. BUT, then on monday the pre-sales for Eurovision start! I am beyond excited but also afraid of the possible prices. Apparently there are 12 Performances, so the prices vary!? So, total: 20 € to 100€ (oh my god, i hope!)
Nicole, as you say - Harry Potter is situated in Great Britain. So there would be state pensions (or wizard-state-pensions) and universal health care and stuff like that. No need for bacon bits to become smaller, really.
@Aconite I so agree - we get birthday presents and book coupons at christmas, which is kinda nice - but it doesn't hide the fact that they should give us the bonus that is customary in my field.
@ccq but aren't you afraid that you will become REDSHIRT? (i'm so sorry, but i could'nt not post that.)
On Fall Fashion
@Allison you're right. But as you say, nothing a belt can't fix. Or a statement necklace. I will NEVER STOP BELIEVING in the power of sweater dresses.
On Fall Fashion
Sweater Dresses! They are the Sundresses of Winter! Just wear some dark leggins/pantyhose under it and your good to go! Ok, I own one sweater dress, but every time I wear it I can't believe the comfort-dapperness-ratio, so I decided that this is my fall/winter fashion game plan.