If you cook & freeze some pieces of bacon, when you get home after a party at 11:45pm you’ll be able to have 1 piece of bacon in 10 seconds.
Category: am I a freak?
Sooth, transcrybing Elizabethan documentes again, I see where cometh myne uncommone straunge misspellinges & tendencie for trailing Es.
It’s Saturday night, we’re finally feeling better, & what’s our ideal activity? Sitting in the living room listening to Mel Torme. Really.
Without seeing my tweet, Joe impulsively switches to The New Pornographers. I love my eclectic sweetheart!
Heyyyy, batter batter…
Oops. Misread that feed reader headline as “Herring Throw” rather than “Herringbone [patterned] Throw [blanket]”. Disappointed now.
Not quite it
Just now, as I momentarily struggled for the name the non-breast or leg portions of the roasted bird, my brain offered up “chicken sleeves”
“This isn’t just conversation, this is important,” I said. “You listening?”
RT @courtneyp: [Love this, because I'm weird, too.] RT @LaughingSquid: "That's Why You Don't Have Any Friends." by @joethepeacock
awesomeness from the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance
RT @tomcoates: "Dear forty year old me"
I’m not the only one with this wild goal of walking every street, every block of a city.
Tom Graham is walking San Francisco and writes about it in the SF Chronicle from time to time (City of Hills, Who Is That Walking Man, Walking Man With A Mission, Around Town, City Crossing*, Peak Experience).
Larry Burgheimer says he did all of San Francisco between 1967 and 1972 (see the second letter on this page). Another letter suggests that Tasha Kelter may currently be trying to walk the whole city as well.
*I’m going to have to do these City Crossing ones. I’ve covered some of them and some of them partially, but I’m pretty sure #5 would be almost entirely fresh.
No one ever seems to use these words
(Thanks to my linguistically-talented housemate, Chris, in identifying some of these gems)
Building Dinah’s Character
“Okay, I’ve bought my Bureaucracy Navigation skill up to 90%. Now I’m going to take ‘Honest’ as a psychological disadvantage and spend the points on my Alphabetization skills…”