Miss Cellania's Liked Comments

I beg to differ with both of you. I have a yard sale every year. I price everything really cheap, but rarely haggle. Pay full price the first day, or come back tomorrow to get it half price -if it's still there. I get rid of a lot of stuff (family and friends who don't want to bother also give me stuff to sell). Decent things that I don't need go to people who want/need them. I don't have to carry as much to Goodwill or the dump. And I make enough money to buy myself shoes, jeans, and underwear for the year.

The caveat is that I live in a really poor area where people need to buy clothing for a quarter a piece or a $5 dresser for their grandchildren.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
Airline food is not so much "bad" as it is "bland." And Asian carriers do have better food! Even in US airlines, the flights to Asia give you an Asian option, and that's the better choice.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
No, the guy who lived there doesn't own the house or garage, but he was glad he make the call before the roof collapsed so the cops would know he didn't encourage people to climb up there.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
Among many great stories of children sticking things up their noses at reddit, this comment stands out:

When my son was 3 we were leaving a campground. Suddenly from his chair in the back seat he starts yelling "Agggh!...waisin! waisin!" while swatting the right side of his nose. My wife takes a peek and sure enough, a huge raisin is jammed up there. I turn the car around and start bee lining to the next town where we could get a doctor, or tweezers, or chopsticks, or something. On the way my wife is trying to get him to blow his nose. "Hold the tissue over your nose and breath out as hard as you can! Like this..!" He tries a few times when ploot, out of the other nostril flies a pumpkin seed.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
I think it would be a significant number. For one thing, an amazing number of Americans can't tell one Middle Eastern country from another.

The second thing is the way poll questions are worded, because how you ask can be leading. If you asked "What nation is most responsible for 9/11?" you'll get a variety of answers (because people can't tell one Middle Eastern country from another). If you ask "Do you think that Iraq is responsible for 9/11?" you'll get folks who knee-jerk a "yes" and then some people who think, "Well I never thought of it that way, but now that you bring it up, yes."
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
Wow. From the title, I thought this was going to be a video game.

It honestly sounds like a retrofitted law. A Grand Vizier escaped by fleeing the executioner, and the Sultan explained it by "a little known rule," which then became enshrined forever.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)
  2 replies
The chart is, understandably, by and for Millennials (and younger Gen X), who make up the audience of College Humor. Leaving The Jungle Book out is a crime for anyone older. Robin Hood should be there somewhere, as well as The Sword in the Stone.

101 Dalmatians was the first Disney movie I saw, followed by Lady and the Tramp.
Abusive comment hidden. (Show it anyway.)


Page 2 of 51     prev | next | last

Profile for Miss Cellania

  • Member Since 2012/08/04


Statistics

Blog Posts

  • Posts Written 22,946
  • Comments Received 92,140
  • Post Views 33,598,897
  • Unique Visitors 26,654,255
  • Likes Received 28,073

Comments

  • Threads Started 3,788
  • Replies Posted 2,291
  • Likes Received 1,520
X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using this website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

I agree
 
Learn More