He didn't even help out with the bus fare. What is this world coming to?
Oh, I could have told her the TGIF mozzarella sticks were dreadful. My sister and I ordered them once and recoiled in horror.
There is also this gem: http://2012.tribe.net/thread/5f395171-63c4-41cc-a9bb-fa76b10aac99
@NoName YES! The entire Bay Area breathes a sigh of relief.
Anything with Tilda Swinton, thank you.
I have a LAN line that is voice over IP and is incredibly cheap, $125 per YEAR. I got rid of my cellphone because it was $90 per MONTH and not worth the horrible quality. My conversations consisted of "HELLO? CAN YOU HEAR ME? YOU'RE BREAKING UP!" along with digital artifacts that sounded like someone slapping the floor with a wooden plank in a bathroom. This was 2013. Yes. I complained (a lot of good that did). I never liked cellphones. Now when I leave my office I am OUT. I'm sick of other people's emergencies.
Things will work out. I knew a couple (living in a poor area of Texas at the time) who tried to conceive for years and finally used fertility drugs. They ended up with TRIPLETS (all boys). They moved to a not very swanky part of New Jersey and got jobs in NYC. They are amazingly happy and successful. The boys are little monsters.
I had an meeting and a person tried to pick my brain, but I kept saying I didn't know anything. Later, I talked to a friend who had encountered this person, who was convinced I didn't know anything about my trade and hired someone else. Gee, I wonder how they got that impression? There is reputation to be aware of in this regard.
@polka dots vs stripes - When I was a kid I thought Newark was for people that couldn't pronounce New York.
Usually defined as a suburb (or banlieue) of Paris, Montreal has its own brand of promiscuity. Great bagels and there's poutine if you're into that kind of thing.