the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.
skipping2hell said: It’s those hidden empty calories that get ya, like beer and liquor… mmmmm liquor.
Nah, I don’t drink that much anymore. In my case, pure laziness and depression after a breakup are to blame. And sugary treats. Because, you know, I deserve chocolate cake for working so hard at nothing *rolls eyes*.
I went from 145lbs to 180lbs in like two years. I’ll get it off again, I’m not that worried, I know what to do, I just can’t be assed right now. I’m in this weird limbo atm where I have no direction or motivation, but it should all change eventually. Life isn’t static.
Of course they can, would be weird if they couldn’t, question is, how good of a job do they do, huh? Like at least once a month this question comes up on reddit - How do blind people know they’re done wiping? And apparently you can do the ‘stickiness test’, where you fold the paper after wiping to see if it’s still sticky and if it isn’t, you’re done. Or just use wet wipes. I think if I were to go blind I’d have a bidet installed for sure.
Let’s play a game, it’s called Hey, do I really like these clothes or do I just think they look good because the model is skinny? Because I keep forgetting I’m not skinny anymore and can’t just wear whatever the fuck I want of the rack.
Righty-o, I just sat here for half an hour, squinting hard, because I thought my vision was going blurry from the monitor or something. Turns out I had lotion caught in my lashes and that’s what was obscuring my vision.
idoitbrilliantly you have an accent? I had no idea! Now I shall make it my quest to hear you speak in it…
*lol* I do but I try very hard not to speak it, since most people make fun of it / find it highly unattractive. My friends say when I have been home for a longer amount of time, or when I am talking to my parents on the phone, it tends to come out.