I want to buy...a colorful wig. To just wear casually every once in a while.
I want to get either a Super Nintendo or a Nintendo 64 but I can't decide which.
This question is for anyone who donates blood or draws blood (I guess for donation purposes). The nurse today did something really weird that I really didn't like.
But The Onion is BACK IN THE GAME.
In which I complain about wanting a Chicago meetup now that I live here and my new Wii U (play with me!!!).
Who think they can argue with people represented by the movement about what they should be fighting for.
Drinking wine and rewriting my pre-generated D&D character sheet to include spells I'll actually use, instead of...Augury.
My friend just started a blog where she records all her Tinder interactions. There's nothing weird about being eligible for a mortgage!
Not in general, but with this outfit...
How much English should you know before you should drive? Inspired by an interaction I had at a toll booth today:
In my attempt to make some friends where I live now I'm going to an anime meetup tonight...and I don't know anyone there! Hahahaha oh god.
I want to start this with the statement that I know not all bicyclists are bad, but this one caused so much headache for me today.
My pizza is complete! What's everyone else having for dinner? I went with just spinach and mushroom on the pizza (I would have done onions but I am lazy and I hate chopping them)
What do I put on my (white) pizza tonight??
Why it's creepy for a 20 year old to want to talk about sex with them?
I'm sorry if this was already posted because I am drunk but this Twitterbased on a Netflix bug that combines descriptions is literally killing me...here are some of the best
The hold message they drop me into is "That's a lot of healthy teeth and bones! Thanks for calling." The music then starts as if nothing just happened.
Just another little reminder that I'm not supposed to be programming.
And my older male professor's screensaver pops up -a tiled image of Britney Spears. He still hasn't noticed. Awkward.