I read a book about love languages. It was from a Christian perspective but I think anyone could get value from it. Basically the take away was that we all show and feel love in different ways. One of the best things you can do is figure out how your partner feels loved (their love language). It may be verbal, physical touch, actions etc. You then make a conscious effort to make sure that your partner knows you love them by using their love language and not just your own.
Edit: wow a lot of people apparently saw this. Here is the book on amazon if anyone was interested:
It's apparently less than $5 as an ebook. No I'm not the author. Good read even if you ignore the religious perspective it is great to work through with your significant other.
It's a book.
> All the Countries We've <strong><em>Ever</em></strong> Invaded: And the Few We Never Got Round To
I recall reading that when Looney Tunes voice actor Mel Blanc was in a coma following an auto accident, they eventually were able to wake him up by talking to his characters.
>Noel Blanc tells the story of a terrible car accident that badly injured his father in 1961 as he was driving home along Sunset Boulevard from a job in San Francisco. Mel Blanc, driving an Aston Martin, collided with another car on Dead Man’s Curve. Blanc was almost killed and slipped into a coma. Blanc’s son and wife spent two weeks at his bedside trying to revive him, but got no response.
> One day, about 14 days after the accident, one of Blanc’s neurologists walked into the room and tried something completely new. He went to Mel’s bed and asked, “Bugs Bunny, how are you doing today?”
>There was a pause while people in the room just shook their heads. Then, in a weak voice, came the response anyone would recognize.
>“Myeeeeh. What’s up doc?”
>The doctor then asked Tweety if he was there too.
>“I tot I taw a puddy tat,” was the reply.
>It took seven more months in a body cast for Blanc to recover. He even voiced Barney Rubble in the first episodes of The Flintstones while lying in bed with a microphone dangling from above.
>this image have been stolen, altered and posted on multiple social media. So if you see this on 9gag, twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr with quotations like “My pain means nothing if you are hurt”, “pain is relative”, or “new me- older me”, you id be thankful if informed me. I'm not on many other social media sites expect for tumblr, so if you stumble across this anywhere I'd greatful if you comment with link back to here
>The captions mentioned above are not wrong. You are free to interpret this image however you want: as a story of a mother wolf who failed to protect her cub, or as a symbolic comparison of pain.
For those looking for a link that's not in an image.
> The Eye is a non-profit website dedicated towards content archival and long-term preservation.
> We currently host various large scale data-sets amounting to hundreds of thousands of files. These data-sets include various website and software archives.
> Welcome to Vimm's Lair! This site is dedicated to nostalgia for many of the greatest game consoles ever made. Inside you'll find detailed info on thousands of games, user ratings and reviews, original full-color manual scans, and much more! Whether you're looking for some nostalgia or you're just curious, you're sure to find everything you need!
Why does the bump mean there was temporary internet? Doesn't this search through books for a word or phrase, not the number of web searches for it? Also, when you actually search "pokemon", the bump in year 1870 doesn't appear.
I can't believe someone would just make something up on the internet.
16, just slap that motherfucker in a dvd player and extract the files. Then download and set up YouTube-dl and ffmpeg so you never have to burn a CD again. As long as you have a good ad blocker (I recommend Ublock Origin) and a VPN if you're paranoid (I use ProtonVPN), and have choice selection, and has cracked versions of most popular steam games. Of course, piracy is WRONG and ILLEGAL and A CRIME and you should totally NOT do it to be NOT cool. This went off track from burning cds, but alas
I actually bit the bullet and bought a gold space pen while I was on vacation a few weeks ago.
Aside from the questionable clip that came on it, it's been a fairly solid pen. It's condition has also fared well, being in the bottom of my pocket with my phone. Luckily, the clip is removable, so I think I'm gonna remove it and carry it without one. It also writes better than any other ballpoint I've ever bothered to use, considering I'm a hardcore fountain pen guy.
I got this one, which looks like an old fashioned writing instrument while looking classy.
The giant-wool-ball thing works great, by the way. You can get 'em on Amazon too if you don't want to spend the time doing it yourself, costs like $8.50.
The only downside we found is that the cats really like carrying them around and hiding them in random places in the house, but it's not a bad price for cat toys either, so we just got a second set.
Before Google became the default homepage of everything, it was Yahoo! and AOL.
Way back then, when search engines didn't work how they do now, you had to submit the URL of your site on "indexers", more or less like this.
Okay, snail story time! (/u/Communist_Seagull and /u/yokayla, this is for you, too. And everybody else.)
So in 1846 this little snail, Helix desertorum, was collected from the Egyptian desert, put in a box, and brought all the way over to England to be a specimen in a museum. The curators reasonably thought that it was just an empty shell at that point, so they stuck it onto cardboard, put it in a glass case, and displayed it for all to see. For four years it stayed there just like everybody expected, glued in place and doing an excellent impression of an empty shell.
Then in 1850, it just...fucking woke up. Decided it had enough of sleep (four freakin' years) and wanted to see England. Only it was stuck, oops. So it ended up just sliming around the cardboard around where it was glued, until somebody noticed, and (I assume, after much freaking out) took it down, put it in some water to rehydrate, and gave it a cabbage leaf for its first holy-shit-you're-actually-alive meal. It lived for two more years, with as much cabbage and fame as it wanted, and it even sat for a portrait, until it died in 1852. And here are its pictures. (sauce)
Okay so here's a fun story I guess
Many years ago my family had this thing called a flavour shaker, here it is on Amazon because I'm on mobile and getting a direct link to an image is a bitch, it's basically a little mortar and pestle that you shake, right? It's made of plastic so it lasted about a month, but that's not the point of this story.
So, the first time we use this thing is for a salad dressing. 4tsp of olive oil, 2tsp of I want to say white wine vinegar? But neither of those are smashable, so my Mum looks over and says "oh, put a bit of garlic in there." Now, in my mind, a "bit" of garlic is the smallest natural unit of 1 clove, so I peel a medium sized one and put it in, then I closed the top and proceeded to smash the shit out of it. After 30 seconds or so the garlic is a flat lump of pulp stuck to the ceramic ball, so I fish that out and put the rest of the contents on the salad and we're all ready for dinner.
Now don't get me wrong, I like garlic. This was not garlic. It burned. The smallest touch brought pain to the mouth, a tiny droplet rendered a piece of food inedible. I had never quite understood that particular plight of vampires, but that day I was struck with cruel, stabbing empathy.
To this day, I have never overused garlic again. For the remainder of the time we had the flavour shaker, the two were forbidden from occupying the same vicinity.
> # Cloudkill
> You create a 20-foot-radius Sphere of poisonous, yellow-green fog centered on a point you choose within range. The fog spreads around corners. It lasts for the Duration or until strong wind disperses the fog, ending the spell. Its area is heavily obscured.
> When a creature enters the spell's area for the first time on a turn or starts its turn there, that creature must make a Constitution saving throw. The creature takes 5d8 poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one. Creatures are affected even if they hold their breath or don't need to breathe.
> The fog moves 10 feet away from you at the start of each of your turns, rolling along the surface of the ground. The vapors, being heavier than air, sink to the lowest level of the land, even pouring down openings.
yeah sounds about right
A weighted blanket would probably work. From what I understand, they aren’t very thick just heavy for that safe feeling. They’re commonly used to treat anxiety disorders and sleep disorders but are available many places (like amazon) and anyone can purchase them.
It's a fairly common AU type after coffee ship AUs. I don't really read AUs and I have no idea what media you consume so I can't really rec anything, but you can check out this tag on AO3.
It gets better!
Any prose and poetry over a hundred years old is also free! No piracy or legal shadieness, they're all available to the public legally! It's because they don't use American copyright laws! And it's all there in project Gutenberg waiting to be explored. Fuck, you can even put them on your Kindle for free?
Wanna read Frankenstein? Pride and prejudice? Antigone? Marcus Aurelius' Meditations? Fucking go for it! Hell, I think there's even some Agatha Christie in there too!
No, no this is not what they've been getting, they're completely different emojis.
The latter is a grimacing face emoji which has been changed apparently, while the former are a persevering face emoji.
I dunno what it was called but a while back I read a story where a dude was saved from a tollbooth/robot-murder checkpoint on the road because the AI manning it was the bank teller AI that he had always said "Thank You" to.
EDIT: Found it and a buncha others! I'm not gonna bother to find a download link but the amazon page is here: https://www.amazon.com/Robot-Uprisings-Daniel-H-Wilson/dp/0345803639 (Also fair warning the first story is kinda lame)
Sounds like it could be a description of the Complex-PTSD Freeze response, about which I know nothing whatsoever from personal experience.
>Many freeze types unconsciously believe that people and danger are synonymous, and that safety lies in solitude. Outside of fantasy, many give up entirely on the possibility of love. The freeze response, also known as the camouflage response, often triggers the individual into hiding, isolating and eschewing human contact as much as possible. This type can be so frozen in retreat mode that it seems as if their starter button is stuck in the "off" position.
Here is an interesting book about getting past some of this. Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving.
However, there are possible reasons to be like this that are not C-PTSD. Always a good idea to avoid trying on labels.
I only found Maestro Wu right away which it the maximum I will do
What exactly are you asking?
The price of the filament is $32 for a spool of 1kg.
If you're asking how much it would cost for a company to print it for you, that would depend a lot on the company.
There's a good reason for that, it's really freakin' hilarious. You can watch all of it for free, legally, here. The twelfth and final episode airs next sunday, so now is a great time to catch up.
For anyone who wants to have a non lethal go at this: witness.
I tried it. It still kinda sucks but I didn't have to call poison control.
Just look at the antishipping tag and you will find examples and horror stories, including people sending actual child porn to "pedophilic" shippers and claiming that they "normalize pedophilia" by saying that 2 characters with an age difference would make a cute couple
Apparently you can buy these things on Amazon, and they somehow cost more than I expected?? They're called "scooter boards", and looking up "gym class butt scooter" will just get you Redbubble shirts with OP's post as a drawing, which was a delightful discovery.
Make it case-insensitive, and mess around with the smoothing. There actually is a tiny bump in 1894 or so, along with a slightly bigger bump around 1947.
Edit: It shows up as "Pokemon" not "pokemon", which is why you may have missed it. A more rational explanation is bad OCR, like /u/ChronosDrag0n mentioned
Your wish is my command
Only you can set yourself loose.
Live your dream.
Yes, taxes are literally giving your money to highway robbers with an IRS badge. Christ, you are not living alone like a mountain hermit. You live in a society, contribution is the norm.
There's one which is in an alternate universe where at a certain time in every person's life, a goose (yes, an actual goose, the violent kind that pecks and squawks) shows up and harasses you until you follow it as it leads you to your soulmate. It's absolutely absurd, but only if you're in the fandom.
But my favorite one is still that totally unexpectedly sincere fic where Anthony Bourdain goes to Narnia and films an episode of No Reservations. The writer nailed his voice and put some incredible research into it. It was great.
Careful, this one will kick your ass.
Hate to ruin the joke, but Jenkins is an automated code deployment tool: https://jenkins.io/
Though this brings up the idea that people committed code and then realized they shouldn't deploy it, and were desperately Googling to figure out how to make Jenkins stop the process.
Here you go though that variety is out of stock, there's a few links to ones that are in stock. I just thought that picture looked better than the others.
There is actually a book about this called How to Ditch Your Fairy by Justine Larbalestier. It follows the story of a girl who has a "perfect parking space every time" fairy and her efforts to get an "all the boys like you fairy." Short and fairly transparent plot, but a fascinating world to examine.
It's an Animated PNG. Reddit actually accepts those as a valid format, but sometimes the animation just stops working for no reason.
Also, there are websites (this for example) where you can convert gifs into apngs.
There is a book I think every person who enjoys reading should take a chance on. It's called "The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady's Illustrated Primer" by Neal Stephenson. It was written before we had smart phones and tablets, but predicted the use of similar things using nanotechnology. There is a "book" (tablet) that is a prototype and falls into the hands of a poor little girl. A little animated mouse on the page teaches her all kinds of fun things and leads her on an adventure very similar to what is described here.
It's for sale on Amazon
The attraction graphs look very similar to ones that I saw in a book I read recently -- Dataclysm: Love, Sex, Race, and Identity--What Our Online Lives Tell Us about Our Offline Selves. It's written by the co-founder of OkCupid, so loads of the data came directly from there. That's what the OP graphs look like to me. You can use the "look inside" feature and search for "attraction"; page 47 has one of the graphs I'm referring to.
i used to get pretty bad back-ne so i started using this type of wash cloth. it might be a little harsh and take some getting used to but my back-ne cleared up, and it really helped the keratosis pilaris on my legs. i know everybody is suggesting essentially a traditional towel-like washcloth, but this is like if a regular loofah was just one long strip and a little rougher
Here you go!
To anyone interested: It's an entire series. There's one where Tony's Roomba army takes over SHIELD and amazing things happen that I don't wanna spoil. I defy anyone not to be entertained.
I've never heard that referred to as a d100, it's usually called half of a percentile pair. An actual d100 looks like this, though usually people just use a percentile pair.
Both of those solutions are perfectly happy to give you 82.
My wife is obsessed with this book: https://www.amazon.com/Curly-Girl-Handbook-Michele-Bender/dp/076115678X, I tried to get her to look at /r/curlyhair before but she's not a reddit person (Edit: looks this book is listed as the ultimate guide on the /r/curlyhair wiki)
Thanks to /u/mochacho for the fixed link
> The book is... okay. At best. Death of the author is nice and all, but it was written as phones are bad style generational whining about TV and movies. And it shows.
Indeed. And Bradbury tried hard to correct the idea that it was about censorship:
> "Fahrenheit 451 is not, he says firmly, a story about government censorship," wrote the Los Angeles Weekly's Amy E. Boyle Johnson in 2007. "Nor was it a response to Senator Joseph McCarthy, whose investigations had already instilled fear and stifled the creativity of thousands." Rather, he meant his 1953 novel as "a story about how television destroys interest in reading literature." It's about, as he puts it above, people "being turned into morons by TV." Johnson quotes Bradbury describing television as a medium that "gives you the dates of Napoleon, but not who he was,” spreading "factoids" instead of knowledge. “They stuff you with so much useless information, you feel full.”
> For the abandonment of reading he saw in society, and from which he extrapolated in his book, he blamed not the state but the people, an entertaiment-as-opiate-addicted "democratic society whose diverse population turns against books: Whites reject Uncle Tom’s Cabin and blacks disapprove of Little Black Sambo," leading to widespread censorship and eventually the burning of all reading material.
Here is the link. I'm on mobile so I can't do any fancy hyperlinking so sorry for the gigantic link.
Speculation aside, I have a Barbie from one of the Dolls of the World lines that is from Japan and is supposed to be a kunoichi, a female ninja. Meaning yes, there is an assassin Barbie. Also have the Samurai Ken that goes with her.
EDIT: This Barbie. The back of the box talks about kunoichi/ninja tradition.
To anyone wondering what's wrong with that message, I'd recommend reading Mark Manson's blog and his book, <em>Models: Attracting Women through Honesty</em>. Both elaborate extensively on strong boundries, being open and sincere about one's feelings (which Mark calls "vulnerability" — a misnomer, in my opinion) and the kinds of romantic relationships one could end up in, including abusive ones.
it exists, and you will regret existense
Support the creators
I got a used book made for this occasion.... Fun read, too!
Pirating Plants The Gardener's Guide to Getting Something for Nothing https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000LF0NB0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_XVSBCbRXW9H0V
This book was my first introduction to fractured classic stories. No lie, a few years ago I watched Shrek for the first time since I was kid and sat there thinking, wow, this is legitimately a masterclass in visual gags.
On Amazon, even:
Black Tea from OP's photo
Differerent, easier to prepare tea
Found it. You'll have to scroll down a bit to find the stories, and because Kinja hates humanity you have to click through one by one, but it looks like they're all there.
Ben is Data, and yes that means Data and Dr Crusher are married in this fanfic universe.
>"Perhaps you should simply tell her how you feel," Worf replied. "I have never lied in my life. Except for all those times I lied to cover up my secret alter ego as Klingon Opera Star Chancellor Silver. But apart from that, I have never lied. Oh, and when I pretended to eat Captain Picard's salad when no one was looking directly at me. Oh, and when I pathetically attempted to make one of my ex-wives think they stole decoy gold-pressed latinum. Oh, and throughout my entire childhood when my foster father asked if I was going to the plant to build up a skillset as a noncommissioned crew member of Starfleet, when I was really attending Starfleet Academy to study starship security and operations. Oh, and… my point is… I lie on a very infrequent basis."
for those of you who take care of someone elderly, get them set up with chrome remote! it's free, and as long as their computer is on you can remote into it and fix any issues.
It's for my baby with sensory issues
So previously the diagnosis was split into ADD and ADHD, as far as i understand, but it's now an ADHD diagnosis that can fall under innatentive type, hyperactive type, or the multi type like you and I. There's some really great books on ADHD on this list here as well as this one my psychologist recommended
in the short term, i've found the short comics made by ADHD alien (posted on twitter and their website under that name) really helpful for understanding some of my experiences. I've only been officially diagnosed for about a year and a half, and it's been a crazy learning curve. I still have a massive 'OH!' moment about once a month where something new clicks into place about why i'm Like That.
I hope you find something that makes sense for you though, and if you need to talk about anything feel free to inbox me :)
Scientists apparently found ethyl formate in a giant dust cloud at the center of the Milky Way--so that part of space at least may smell like rum (and taste vaguely of raspberries). Link
Everything is political. Even the act of defining a center, or defining what is "neutral", is a political act in that it assumes multiple sides and defines to some degree where they are. Even the things in our lives that pass as apolitical have political underpinnings.
It is. The trick is to know which type of plug thing you have. Some twist off, some have screws on top or the side, etc.
The easiest way is find a way to take the top stopper part off then sake it with one of these.
It will be the grossest thing you have ever seen or smelled, but it’s something that stops you from standing in water that’s backed up from it.
Did you used to hotswap drives? Or did you have to remove them from your computer?
If they used to be inside your computer, it might be worthwhile investing in something like this:
And then spend a weekend looking through those drives. Might not find the wallet, but at least it’s something?
(Sorry if you have already tried something like this. I know unsolicited advice can be very annoying)
Oh, I just found another good one: "Pounded In The Butt By My Bizarre Assumption That Chuck Tingle Books Are Just Covers And Not Actual Books".
Yes, there is something called Bipolar II (what I have) and one main difference is that the manic episodes aren't like FULL BLOWN I CAN FLY type mania. For me it is usually like what I described and/or masturbating for hours on end.
But as a /u/FulcrumTheBrave says, seeing a mental health professional would be your best bet. It is also one of the main steps to getting help for mental health disorders.
While all life is related, it’s interesitng to note that seals are actually quite close relatives to dogs! Both seals and dogs are in the suborder Caniformia, which is also called he “dog-like carnivores”. This group also includes close dog-relatives like bears, raccoons, wolves and foxes, in addition to some weasels. The group Feliformia, or “cat-like carnivores”, includes all big cats, small cats, hyenas, and more fucking weasels, meaning that doggos are more similar to seals than they are to cats!
I just ordered one on amazon:
They have a bunch of fruit and veggy ones, but it's the neatest one so far.
It genuinely is. Here's a WebMd link that explains the treatment.
The biggest issue with gender dysphoria is not the bit where the individual wishes to transition or believes that they are of a different gender than the one assigned to them. It's the host of other problems such as anxiety, distress and depression that arise from being in a body that you believe is not what represents you.
Talk therapy is used to reduce the anxiety and distress such patients may have. However this is almost always done in conjunction with physical treatments that help change the person's appearance including HRT.
I don't believe that. I dream a lot of people that don't exist. I think all the elements are there, like Josh' smiles with Elisabeth's eyes and Geoffrey's nose makes John, the commander of my king's guard.
Check out https://thispersondoesnotexist.com - it's that concept.
Good thing my brain has NordVPN. Staying safe online is an ever growing difficulty and you could be exploited by hackers. NordVPN allows you to change your IP address, making you harder to track, securing your privacy. Use the code "IronCrusader05" to get 20% off for the first two months and thank you to NordVPN for sponsoring this post.
Daylio is what I started using now this year thanks to this post.
> Introducing: Skyrim, LightSwitch edition!
But...it's already on the Switch.
Those are criteria, not definitions. Definitions are made up of criteria, and viruses are missing criteria from every list. Homeostasis being the really major one.
This thing can evolve. Youtube's algorithm can evolve. Neither is alive.
Just saying, this ear wax removal syringe with the tip that won't let you shove it in too far, and with holes to spray the water at the sides of your ear canal instead of blasting it straight at your ear drum is the only way to go.
It was a card game you added to chess that would upgrade piece or change the rules of the game. Things I remember are stuff like letting bishops bounce off of the edge of the board, doubling a knight's move distance, turning your queen into an amazon, making another piece the heir in case your king dies.
Steve Jackson Games Knightmare Chess - Third Edition https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N83X1ZC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_v719Cb5XRA13A
I really like her short stories. There's a free ebook collection on Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/56665 "The Mortal Immortal," "Transformation," and "The Evil Eye" are my favorites.
Of her novels, Frankenstein is my favorite, but I also really like Valperga, which is a romantic tragedy set in medieval Italy. If I understand correctly, Valperga was unpopular when it was published (and thus never became a classic like Frankenstein) because of its feminist and anti-imperialist themes.
Oh, and I'm hesitant to recommend this due to the current circumstances but, if you're comfortable reading a really dark story about a pandemic that wipes out the human race, The Last Man. I especially recommend it if you read a biography of Mary Shelley first (I recommend Mary Shelley by Miranda Seymour or Romantic Outlaws by Charlotte Gordon), because it's an allegory for Mary's grief from the deaths of her husband and children, and she literally bases her characters on the people in her life. If you know to look for them, there are characters based on Shelley, Byron, her children, even her stepmother makes an appearance. (Oh, and the blind guy from Frankenstein. I'm serious.)
I always assumed "Doktor" was just some kind of honorific used for scientists at the time.
I did a quick CTRL+F for "doctor" and "doktor" of this file of the text and came up with squidoo. I think the movies invented the "doctor" aspect because "Scientist Frankenstein" sounds shitty.
Here you go it’s on Amazon
H!FINE Anime Detective Conan Case Closed Cosplay Party Light-Up LED Glasses Novelty Funny Electronics Toys https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07T2CSGKM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Q1X1NV95GMTXMXCBVCPZ
If you have Android, Google built in a phone finder that does exactly what you're talking about. You can also use the app Where's my Droid.
Android built in Find my Device
Where's My Droid app
Holy shit lol!
"Using MTV-style dialogue, Lacey lends fresh perspective to familiar stories and sayings. For new and seasoned readers alike, the street bible takes the message of the Scriptures into the 21st century to create the impact it had in the 1st century."
The Street Bible https://www.amazon.com/dp/0007107900/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_XXTRQJA5P0BXDCG2MX56
Slaves to Armok: God of Blood: Chapter Two: Dwarf Fortress is a highly-detailed procedural fantasy world generator. It tracks many things, such as the growth and changes of civilizations, the wars these civilizations go to, individuals within the world, artifacts in the world, and much more.
Dwarf Fortress's graphics system is tile-based, with the default tileset have tiles be extended ASCII. This means that a lot is left up to the player to visualize. However, this also allows Dwarf Fortress to have much more flexibility.
Dwarf Fortress has been in development since 2002, and is still in alpha. Despite this, it already have many, many, many features already added.
Dwarf Fortress has many different aspects of the game procedurally-generated, most notable of which is the [SPOILERS REDACTED].
There are two ways that the player can directly interact with a world (besides setting its starting parameters): Adventurer Mode and Fortress Mode.
Adventurer Mode has you controlling a single character. There's nothing you need to do besides surviving, but there are many options, such as getting rid of a band of bandits, building a thing, [SPOILERS REDACTED], etc.
Fortress Mode has you embarking a party of seven dwarves to a location. Again, there's nothing you need to do besides surviving, but there are plenty of options, such as constructing industries for things, exporting the wealth of the mountain, [SPOILERS REDACTED], etc.
More information can be found at the official site, http://www.bay12games.com/dwarves/, or at the unnofficial wiki, https://dwarffortresswiki.org/.
VS is absolute shit. Not the shit, but simply shit. Garbage bras and lingerie.
Victoria's Secret? Spend a metric shit ton on the models that make every guy stop in his tracks and drool with a jeans tearing erection, then put them in hand made versions of the cheap machine made retail versions of your line of apparel.
Do not buy their bras for your lady, instead get her properly fitted so that you know her exact size and then buy European sized pieces on Amazon, have them shipped to her work, home, university on the regular. She will come to you in her new intimates and you will get the vast reward. Eurotrash know their fabrics and breast holders. They spend more on it than any culture.
My wife is currently enjoying a half dozen of these in all three colours. 36DDD and she says it feels like she is wearing nothing at all and none of the terrible binding and pinching of U.S. sourced bras.
I like to play a little game with myself and the internet at large where every few weeks I pick two or three words from a random word generator and then try really hard to get the internet to think I’m acutely interested in that oddly specific topic. My current word combo is “furniture cheese stains.”
Here’s how I play:
- When I get my new word combo I search it on a few different platforms. Ya know, plant the seed.
Then I use the internet as usual but if I happen to notice an ad that is even slightly related to my keywords, I click on it. So ads for anything related to cleaning, furniture, dairy products, even cows, I’d click.
Over time I try to get the suggestions closer and closer to my “interest”. For example, I started getting a lot of cow print furniture ads when I first started with this word group.
When I finally see a recommendation that has all the keywords, I win!
My personal best was “Jazzy Scarf” which only took Amazon 2 days.
I’m going on week 3 of “furniture cheese stains” but I’m definitely getting close to the elusive W. Today Youtube suggested [this 12 year old video]() called “Cleaning Cheese Stains 101. Dude has Masters Degree.”
Sadly, he was cleaning the cheese stains from clothing, not furniture. I bet I’ve got at least another week.
I use a lot of privacy tools like uBlock Origin, DuckDuckGo, NextDNS, and sometimes Mullvad so I’m sure the average internet user could “win” much faster. For me it’s just a fun (🤓) way to get an idea of who is tracking me and how closely they’re watching.
Edit: For some reason I can’t get the Youtube link to work on mobile but weird video can be found here
The wheel that serves as the pulley to drive the tumbling in my dryer is plastic.
There it is in all it's glory. Fails once every 6 months or so and I get to replace it. Luckily they're only $16, but it's still a pain in my ass. The old wheel comes out and it has maybe 50% of its original plastic still intact. 100% built to fail.
Right, the part that makes zero sense is the "fandom" part. What fandom?
For anyone who wants something like this, I can't recommend Notion enough, make databases, insert pictures do whatever, it's super easy and really powerful productivity tool - give it a go!
I was diagnosed with anxiety years ago and I shaved my head which helped for a while, until people started making comments that made me more anxious and the period of growing it out was much more uncomfortable. These days I keep my hair long and use a claw clip like thisClaw Clip on Amazon to keep it up off my neck. I also use a loose elastic headband with the clip on days when I can’t stand even the chance of a strand of it touching my face or neck. It makes it easier to deal with judgmental people and it keeps my hair from touching me and making me more anxious.
My best friend wrote a book about a cruise ship with the passengers as unwitting test subjects for a bioweapon! Shameless plug because it's amazing and I'm so proud of him! https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1530785375/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_4J7TP7WVEG56MG58T1E3
I bought it at an astronomical research institute as a way to support them, so I don't actually know where it came from. After doing a search, it seems like a few places used to sell it, but it's no longer available such as this Amazon listing.
I love the idea of a random adventure (yeah not so sure on the woo either but a good concept is a good concept)!
For those whose executive dysfunction need a hand here since I couldn't see a easy link on the sub here is the play store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.randonautica.app
Thanks for sharing this, I loved ingress for just this thing - giving you somewhere to go and learning new things about where you are (like living in the same town for 6 years and not knowing there is a massive ornate stone vase carved into a wall near a major car park) but the game side of it got old after a while.
Will give this a go.
... At some point.
Yanno when I get past the clothes / leaving the house / ugh thing... 🤣
noooo please don't. I used to use hola but then I found out it's hella sketchy. I got NordVPN in a black friday deal and never looked back.
How Linux savvy are you? If you can boot into Linux, you can almost definitely run it via lutris, and I assume it would run well, given the ratings on protonDB (proton is an option, but it would require you buying the game on steam).
That's all based on your chromebook using an Intel CPU, not an ARM one.
Yo waddup commenter this is ya boi Gary Oak, here's the textbook for free, smell ya later
Googled it, dark walmart is a normal walmart that is still under lease but no longer used because another store opened up, usually a walmart super center.
If this tickles your fancy and you already have Amazon Prime, you should check out The Goes Wrong Show; it's from the same people who made The Play That Goes Wrong
1) College. Sign up for a Biochemistry major. You'll start to encounter the basics of this stuff right around your 3rd year of undergrad.
2) You expect me to give out personal details to a stranger on the Internet?? Right.
3) Go right ahead. It's a few editions removed from when I had to use it, but it still comes highly recommended.
>!Duo is canonically a boy (or at least uses he/him). This is Duolingo's latest changelog message and source on Google Play!<
couldn't fin pink ones
The Rise And Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland touches on this sort of stuff quite a bit.
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If anyone's interested in learning more about this guys exploits, he's got an autobiography for sale on Amazon which is supposed to be pretty good. Full disclosure - I haven't read it yet, but it's on my to-do list.
True crime podcast: Police say they gathered this information by spying on the culprit's web searches on a café's unencrypted public WiFi. To be honest, thet should have used NordVPN. NordVPN is the first provider of VPN services in the