MMM 316: Contingencies

Something was missing document-wise for my buyer’s buyers on Friday, so that closing is now happening today, supposedly.  We shall see.

Aaaaaalmost too racy for WP.

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She’s cute.

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She has a pretty serious outdoor gym based on some of her videos.  Must live in one of those warm, don’t-really-have-weather places.

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Ocean backdrop.

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How’d this get in here?

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I love braids.

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Glistening.

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Impractical farm footwear.

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Happy Monday.

161 Comments

  1. Nice selection today Leon, thanks!

    I’m headed to Atlanta to get some training on a new (to me) access control system, we will be installing it in California this spring.

    Might be a little scarce around here for a couple of days.

  2. Slow start to the day.

  3. Wakey wakey.

    Zero weight loss this past week. GOTDAMIT. I should be having a lot more fun if I’m not going to lose any weight.

    *pretends it’s all muscle*

    I’m actually really sore from saturday. Deadlifts for days was the workokut.

    Gonna paint my walls today. Not sure how many. I don’t want to tackle it all at once.

    What’s good painting music?

  4. Weekend was uneventful. Worked friday and Sat night, which sucked – I just don’t like to work two BUSY nights in a row anymore. They kinda kick my ass. Yesterday my big accomplishment was the chicken coop. Watched a movie with Ian (he comes and visits most weekends) – The Disaster Artist.

    Yesterday was rest day – although i’m counting cleaning out the chicken coop as extra.

    I need to start running. Hopefully the weather will cooperate. It’s been at least 6 weeks since I’ve been out.

  5. I haven’t exercised in ages aside from packing, and I haven’t done much of that lately.

    Long fast this week because my diet has been shit too.

  6. That first gal has an AMAZING body.

  7. That’s Anllela Sagra, Mare. Having an amazing body is her job.

  8. Did I mention the first gal has an AMAZING body? Oh, I did? Well then, shut up.

  9. Not you, Leon, anyone who doesn’t agree.

  10. YOU SHUT UP!

  11. NO, YOU!!

  12. All 8-10/10 would smash.

  13. Who has Trump fired today and why do I have a weekend long boner?

    Unrelated!

  14. Kneewarmer chick has a youtube channel where she posts workouts, can’t remember her name though.

    I tried to watch Altered Carbon, and it’s basically gnosticism + class warfare. Fairly typical cyberpunk, but updated nicely for a 21st century telling.

  15. Couldn’t get into Altered Carbon.

  16. It has grabbed me/alienated me at various points in the first half of the season. When the most interesting character is an AI hotel, something’s off.

  17. Why should I be crying over the lying leaker’s pension and being able to retire at 50? Pretty sure he’s still getting most of his pension—which he shouldn’t. Maybe he shouldn’t have been a lying leaker, Rubio.
    Them f*ckers all stick together, don’t they?

    Get cracklackin’ people, the gubmint stooges need to retire at 50 with million dollar packages.

  18. Had a soy-based ‘yogurt’, by Silk, yesterday. Pretty good. Too bad it was soy. Will have to try the Almond based ‘yogurt’ next.

  19. The same thought has been running through my mind as well Beasn. There are no consequences for bad behavior by government officials or so it seems. Ditto for illegals, SJW’s and other assorted misfits. Only Normals pay the price.

  20. Underboob.

    First woman has it going on.

  21. Ok, so a friend is doing Eat to Perform and 1) it seems like a lot of food and 2) it’s $$.

    so I thought perhaps I could read up on Macros and save some money.

    Best book/guide for this?

  22. Macronutrients in general or Eat to Perform?

    Because I’ve never heard of the latter.

  23. Mare: “That first gal has an AMAZING body.”

    Who doesn’t love great underboob? NO ONE, that’s who! AND it appears she does NOT have a dick.

  24. Eat to Perform is basically an app you pay for – it gives you feedback and all that crap. But it basically focuses on macros versus dieting/ starving. It is geared toward someone who works out a lot – and is trying to improve their athletic performance, versus someone who just wants to drop weight.

  25. Stay low carb and paleo most of the time, eat a couple of sweet potatoes the night before a hard workout.

    Done.

  26. Altered Carbon was ok. I enjoyed it, but wouldn’t care if they made a second season or not. The actress who played the detective was beautiful.

    I tried to watch Altered Carbon, and it’s basically gnosticism + class warfare. Fairly typical cyberpunk, but updated nicely for a 21st century telling.

    I’ve noticed that a lot of shows basically end up pushing some form of gnosticism any time they try to get “spiritual”. I’m sure that there’s a theory about this somewhere on the interwebs.

  27. only one of the trannies today may actually be a tranny –

    like clint said – underboob and no schmeckle – win-win

  28. Diet has gone tits up. I’ve been busy, and so I grab whatever I can for lunch/dinner. I’ve tried to keep to one meal a day, no sugar during the week, and if I eat a snack in the evenings it’s veggies, peanut butter, or salmon.

    Yesterday was squats, rows, bench press and a short run.

  29. I’ve noticed that a lot of shows basically end up pushing some form of gnosticism any time they try to get “spiritual”. I’m sure that there’s a theory about this somewhere on the interwebs.

    The entirety of the ‘trans’ movement is gnostic at its core, so they have the same root.

  30. Your mom has a root at her core most of the time too.

  31. Eat to perform has you eating carbs at dinner. Everything just seems so hard and complicated. I get that my “macros” may be off, but I don’t want to start weighing everything I eat.

  32. Weighing food made me neurotic.

    E2P sounds like CBL.

  33. If you start weighing everything you eat, I’m gonna smack you.

  34. I tried weighing everything I ate, but your mom kept breaking the scale.

  35. There is absolutely NO way I’m going to weigh what i eat, so there are no worries. That’s just not going to happen.

    CBL?

  36. Eat to perform does seem like a healthy diet – and I guess I understand the carbs with dinner (healthy – not necessarily carb loading). But it just seems like too much food. There is a pre AND post workout, PLUS three meals a day.

  37. Here’s a sample of what one chick ate: http://www.winetoweightlifting.com/ate-wednesday-eat-perform/

  38. Breakfast: Protein, fat, and veggies
    Lunch: Protein, fat, and veggies
    Pre-Workout: 1:2 ratio Protein and slow-digesting carbs (ex: 25g protein, 50g carbs)
    Post-Workout: 1:2 ratio Protein and fast-digesting carbs
    Dinner: Protein and carbs
    Post-Dinner: Make up whatever macros you need to. Mine is usually just more carbs!
    Eat to Perform Meal Template – Non-Workout Day

    Breakfast: Protein, fat, and veggies
    Lunch: Protein, fat, and veggies
    Dinner: Protein and carbs
    Post-Dinner: Make up whatever macros you need to. Mine is usually more protein and carbs.

  39. Oh come on, you can’t leave a protein rich diet laying out there, and expect any good comments at all to result from that.

  40. Carb Back-Loading. The author is a twerp who doesn’t deserve your money, but his plan looks a lot like what you just laid out.

  41. Jeez, give your kidneys a rest and skip the protein intake once in a while. That diet seems like an awful lot.

  42. Your mom can’t take a break from the protein.

  43. As much as Carin lifts, she needs a lot of protein to fuel her tissue turnover. 1g/lb of bodyweight wouldn’t be excessive.

  44. Why aren’t I 50 pounds ahead you might ask?

  45. Why aren’t I 50 pounds ahead you might ask?

    That line never gets old.

    Hillary is going to be a punchline for a generation, if not longer.

  46. I’ll add carbs to my dinner, and try to up the veggies. BUt I don’t know about the pre and post workout snack. And I don’t see me doing a snack after dinner.

    I skip lunch … so maybe I’ll do the pre-workout. that’s all I can do.

  47. Closest I ever got to “snacking” was a post workout protein+greens shake if I knew it’d be more than half hour before a meal.

    Nothing before a workout that I don’t want to potentially taste in both directions. So… nothing.

  48. GET IN THE HOLE!

  49. Hillary is going to be a punchline for a generation, if not longer.
    ———————
    Not my president!

  50. Well, I mean an hour + pre-workout. Breakfast/lunch at 12. Workout at 4. Snack at 2:45-ish

    And I usually don’t eat for several hours after I workout.

  51. Self driving car + Uber + woman crossing the street = D.E.A.T.H.

  52. Jimbro beat me to it. I was going to try and find a non-NYTimes link.

  53. Oh my. It will be interesting to see how that plays out.

    I said this crap would kill people, another avoidable tragedy. RIP ma’am. I’m sure an apologist will be along soon to tell us why you’d have died no matter what.

  54. Can’t have a technoutopist omlet without breaking a few ribcages, skulls, and other body parts…

  55. Obviously if the woman had lived into her old age, she would have been comforted by the way that self-driving cars allowed her freedom to travel even when her eyesight started failing.

  56. Oh, and she apparently was crossing outside the crosswalk. That will be their argument, “she was stupid and did something dangerous and unexpected.”

  57. Its all good. The Uber CEO tweeted to the victim’s family.

    Anyone else hate how society is evolving through social media?

  58. “Holy fuck, people do weird things in the road sometimes? Shit!”

    -quote I never overheard but always expected to overhear

    “We should just outlaw human drivers, that would make this much easier.”

    -actual quote I heard more than once, said without tongue in cheek

  59. School dismissed early, arsenal closing at 2 PM. Batten down the hatches, storm’s a’comin’!

  60. Township can’t do the Certificate of Occupancy inspection until next Tuesday, so we can’t close on the sale of the house until next Wednesday at the earliest. Fucking government.

  61. MJ, I hate society in general. Does that count?

  62. Obviously if the woman had lived into her old age, she would have been comforted by the way that self-driving cars allowed her freedom to travel even when her eyesight started failing.

    I see what you did there.

  63. 0bama to Trump: ‘What magic wand do you have?’

    Abracadabra, motherfucker:
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-03-15/this-is-what-record-low-unemployment-looks-like-in-america

  64. It wasn’t all that long ago that the Tesla in Auto-Drive mode smshed into a stopped fire engine at 65mph on a CA interstate.
    This shit will happen more and more, until we have to get Will Smith to rescue us ala iRobot.

    And yes, I am super glad I never faceboooked, twittered, Instagrammed, anything.
    I’ll admit I was tempted to create a Twitter acct, but only to troll the idiots. Sean Spicier picked up my slack instead.

  65. Comment by Colorado Alex In Exile on March 19, 2018 10:55 am
    I tried weighing everything I ate, but your mom kept breaking the scale.

    LOL

  66. Heh. Jam said ‘schmeckle’.

    *files that one away*

  67. I’m part of a keto diet group on FB. Some of these people are nuts with the weighing, the macros, and measuring their ketones. I figure no bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, sugar, etc. is 90% of the battle, and I don’t count the carbs in stuff like spinach and kale.

  68. I think I would be even more miserable than I am now if I couldn’t have good bread. Or pasta and rice for that matter. Cheap, good, easy – what more does a bachelor need?
    (Besides bourbon of course – and now you’re going to tell me THAT’S loaded with carbs…)

  69. I’ve lived without bread for so long that I no longer see the appeal. I miss starch, but I’ll occasionally have white rice or potatoes and that seems like enough. I don’t worry too much about eating pumpkins from my garden, either.

  70. Bourbon is actually keto-friendly. It’s beer and wine you have to avoid.

  71. I don’t think I could ever give up taters.
    I just need to lay off the sugary snacks and start moving my butt more. And in the spring, I cut back on the fruit (allergy related) and up the veggies.

  72. Roamy, you had been kicking ass on your diet, can we have an update on your progress?

  73. I’m eating Ezekiel break right now – with almond butter. I don’t think this little bit will kill me.

  74. If I eat carbs I try to have a lot of fat and protein with it to minimize the amount that I eat. Bread? Slather it with butter or pile high with meat and cheese.

  75. My meijer stopped carrying Ezekiel bread. I haven’t made buckwheat sourdough in a long time. Maybe for Easter.

  76. Just did a search. I’ll have to drive for a bit to get some Ezekiel bread.

  77. Mare, not as much weight loss as I would like (down 18 lbs.) but not gaining any back is still a win. My non-scale victory for today was bringing the garbage can back up the driveway without having to stop to rest. I usually have to stop at least once, sometimes 3 or 4 times. The driveway is long and steep. My fitbit says it’s equivalent to 7 flights of stairs.

    There’s a 90-second mug bread recipe with coconut flour and cream cheese that is pretty good for when I really, really want something like bread or a biscuit. It’s good portion control, too.

    The hardest part of this is being in the same house with non-dieting people.

  78. The hardest part of this is being in the same house with non-dieting people.

    Having a 2yo who’s a pickier eater than her mother hasn’t helped me much, either.

  79. Airport, bitches.

  80. Two-year-olds live on love and air. It gets better.

  81. Do keep offering her different foods, don’t get stuck like Rocketboy’s friend who still only eats chicken nuggets, hot dogs, mac ‘n cheese, and french fries.

  82. Hotspur, you can’t come back yet. It’s still winter here.

    Roamy, we’re about to go through (the hell of) night weaning. Not looking forward to it, but it almost ensures she’ll eat more.

  83. That’s where it gets really hard, because she never wants what we’re eating, so we have to make something especially for her and she still might not eat it.

  84. Do keep offering her different foods, don’t get stuck like Rocketboy’s friend who still only eats chicken nuggets, hot dogs, mac ‘n cheese, and french fries.

    OMG. That describes my ex’s 7, 8 year old daughter to a T. Mac & cheese, pizza, chicken patties. Nothing else. Would actually cry when I put a couple kernels of corn on her plate. Or God forbid a few green beans.

    Oddly, her 4, 5 year old little brother would try ANYTHING. Loved brocolli, Brussels sprouts, you name it. He would order octopus when we went out to restaurants. Or eat half of my mussels fra diavolo…

    I think I got there early enough for him, too late for her. It only lasted four years, but it was still the best four years of my life.

  85. Heh, my mom had a cure for that, it was called hunger.

  86. Comment by Jay in Ames on March 19, 2018 4:41 pm
    Heh, my mom had a cure for that, it was called hunger.

    ———

    Right on, Jay.

    We NEVER got a choice. Eat or starve. Somehow 5 kids survived.

  87. You don’t have to like it.

  88. I remember the one time school lunch tasted really good was when I got into a battle of wills with my dad over either turnip or collard greens. I would not eat them for dinner and got them for breakfast the next morning. Didn’t eat them then, either. Mom relented, or I would have had them for dinner again. I still won’t eat turnip or collard greens.

  89. check out this genius –

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-politics/dc-lawmaker-says-recent-snowfall-caused-byrothschilds-controlling-the-climate/2018/03/18/daeb0eae-2ae0-11e8-911f-ca7f68bff0fc_story.html?utm_term=.95decc36be2f

    i’ve been in a “let it burn to the ground” mood for quite a while now.
    let these dummies run shit sideways.
    the rest of us will be able to put it back together after darwin’s ghost has his way with the proggy-tards

  90. That’s not the first time I’ve heard of a kid getting into a battle of wills over a particular food and never eating it as an adult.

    We ate what was put in front of us. No special side meals. And we turned out okay

    ::TWITCH::

  91. I remember a couple times as a kid, being grossed out over seeing a whippy little rubbery blood vessel in a piece of chicken. I didn’t eat that particular chicken that day, but the aversion didn’t last and I did eat chicken again later. Because, chicken, amirite?

    And I refused green beans a couple of times. Mom wanted me to stay at the table and finish, but no matter what I wouldn’t eat them. She didn’t try to make it into a prolonged battle. I got over it and was eating them not too long after.

  92. We NEVER got a choice. Eat or starve. Somehow 5 kids survived.

    Yeah, but how many did your parents start out with?

  93. Yeah, but how many did your parents start out with?

    ——-

    Good point.

    And the whole chicken with a rubbery blood vessel happened to me too. I got over it. Kind of. If we have to go native because of an EMP my husband will have to kill and dress the animal, I’ll cook it but I don’t enjoy cutting stuff off meat (I do it all the time but *shiver*)…SYWM!!

  94. I got into battle of wills with food, with my dad. Never liked canned peas, sweet pickles, and onions upset my stomach. Still don’t eat them. I can tolerate cooked onions, preferably red, so long as they’re chopped small and disintegrate into the dish. I’ll add them to tater salad, because Mr. B loves them, but will pick them out of my portion.

    My dad would bitch and moan and add twice the amount of onions and pickle relish in the tuna salad. I’d pick them all out.

    Funny how he, nor my siblings, wouldn’t touch the liver my mom and I enjoyed.

    With my own kids, they were really picky. But I’d put a little on their plate and they could try it or not. I didn’t push the issue. They loved broccoli…but refused orange juice and chicken noodle soup. o_O beasnette couldn’t stand green beans.

    Around college age, they decided to try all kinds of different things and have no issues. (though the girl still doesn’t like OJ or canned green beans)

  95. The only choice I ever got was spaghetti. I guess even Mom got tired of her own sauce eventually. She would sometimes let me just have butter and that grated cardboard “cheese” instead on spaghetti sauce again. And plain old white bread with margarine.
    We are a LOT of pasta/noodles as kids…

  96. Ooooh…..some company just came out with GF puff pastry! I bet it’s not as good as the real stuff, but it’s puff pastry.

    Now if someone would just start making GF French-fried onions….😊

  97. Whoever made this is a fucking genius:

    https://is.gd/K8XchE

  98. We Will Rock You is the song I use to cure other earworms.

  99. Drowning Pool “Bodies” is my go to for earworm cures. Of course, this starts a whole new problem.

  100. Refused to touch broccoli as a kid. Avoided it most of my life.

    Fast forward…a couple of years back I steamed some for dad because it was a favorite of his. (Cooking was a duty I had to take over quickly when he began his decline.) So I thought, hey, I’ll have some too, I could use some healthier fare.

    Summary: I now fucking love broccoli.

    Go figure.

  101. One night my mom made canned chop suey and tater tots. WTF? It looked nasty, smelled nasty, and tasted even worse. I went to bed with no supper that night after being made to sit at the table for several hours.
    To this day, put a bean sprout or water chestnut on my plate, I’ll cut a bish.

  102. Right now my cure for earworms is “Gin & smoke, & lies” by the Turnpike Troubadours.

  103. Mushrooms are my kryptonite. As a kid, the folks made Cornish hens on special occasions smothered in these tiny cans of slimy, nasty mushrooms. I get sick just thinking about it. The smell alone drove me out of the house.
    FFWD 40 years, and I don’t mind a dry mushroom in a salad, on a pizza, or in a Japanese Miso soup, but I don’t search them out. It may be more texture than flavor, but just No. I’d probably rather eat a slug.

    Olives. I never acquired a taste, but I do keep trying them. I’ve found a couple varieties that I almost like, but almost never visit those stores, so can never buy them and couldnt remember what I like anyway.

  104. https://tinyurl.com/9hob84s

  105. Don’t really think this will be anyone’s next earworm (except maybe MJ) but the visuals are fucking cool. Kind of like an H.R. Giger 007 title sequence.

    https://youtu.be/JdOCAvhtZIU

  106. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL1foQKD3OI

  107. Really not too many foods I won’t eat now Off the top of my head: weird cuts of meat like liver, heart or brain and certain fish like shark. I’m sure there’s more but I’ll eat almost any veggie now versus when I was a kid.

  108. I tried shark, it was so gross I assumed it was spoiled.

  109. How do you not love chicken liver vers??
    I eat chicken livers, hearts & gizzards on a regular basis.
    (please) Brains & eggs with cheddar is a special breakfast treat – imagine soft scrambled ham & eggs!
    Shark steak, marinated in a nice Italian dressing and then grilled is a favorite seafood dish. A must.

    Meh – to each his own, I guess. I get called crazy for loving hot boiled peanuts.

  110. I’ve eaten foods from NYC to Tokyo to Tunis to Caracas. I’ll try damned near anything. But, if you put Brussels sprouts in from of me, I’m walking out the door.

  111. Maybe you need to catch the shark yourself, take it home, clean it and eat it right away? Maybe it’s the type of shark?
    I don’t know, but I love a good shark steak (I’ve only ever tried ones I caught myself – never n a restaurant).

    Whatevs. Some people think eating soft shelled crabs is gross. Those people are flat out nutballs btw.

  112. Seafood is my favorite.

    I grilled a mako steak once, and it was absolutely disgusting.

    I’ve never given it a second chance.

  113. I’ll eat anything, even your mom.

  114. Dissected too many sharks in high school and college.

    Same reason I don’t eat long pig.

  115. Jimbro -It’s because you’re related to them, right?

  116. I was in the “eat it or starve” group. My mom only made 5 or 6 dishes, though.

    Brussels sprouts and cauliflower are vile. I cannot imagine anyone voluntarily eating either. Cooked onions are great, raw nauseate me. I also don’t like the “mixed greens” aka “stuff that looks like they got by weeding the garden” that they serve instead of real lettuce. Tastes really bitter to me.

  117. Two cannibals are eating a clown. One of them looks up and says, ‘Does this taste funny to you?

  118. Two cannibals were eating a man, one at the top and one at the bottom. The cannibal at the top said, “are you having fun down there?” The cannibal at the bottom said, “yeah, I’m having a ball!

  119. My dad’s retort was “Don’t Like doesn’t live at our house.”

    If you didn’t eat what my mom made, you sat there until bedtime. Next meal was breakfast.

  120. Two clowns are eating a cannibal. The first clown says to the second “I think we’re doing this joke wrong”

  121. I loved mako shark when I tried it.

    Did you hear the one about the doctor in the chatroom?

    Yeah, not funny.

  122. I made a carboy washer out of a pump and a piece of pvc. works great!

  123. Damn, killed it early tonight

  124. I made a Gollum out of clay and some incantations I found in an old copy of the Torah.
    Your move. . .

  125. I packed 2 rocking chairs today.

    Rocking chairs suck.

  126. Like this song. Creepy video.

    https://youtu.be/gxRq23qVE8A

  127. Huh, weird.

    I packed your mom today.
    And, your mom sucks, too.

  128. How often do carboys need washing?

  129. after you brew in them. There is sometimes a ring that is hard to remove, since it’s a 5 gallon glass bottle and it’s hard to scrub.

    Hot water with some cleaner sprayed in it for 10 mins is quite effective.

  130. Mom was a great cook, but one time she screwed up vegetable beef stew by putting beef liver in it. (read the label wrong on the freezer package) It was gray and gross. She didn’t make us eat it.

    My kids were allowed to make a sandwich for themselves if they didn’t want to eat what I fixed. No dessert.

    I used to fix only one meal, but I find myself making one meal for me and one with carbs for everyone else.

  131. Apparently, the white bodysuits and wigs are a thing with that guy.

    https://youtu.be/_ysINF5JCXI

  132. How often do carboys need washing?

    I like to bathe every Friday whether I need it or not.

  133. During the transformation from mom to grandma, my mom found the ability to cook anything the grandkids want. We have to stop her sometimes.

  134. I’m sure that’s where scott was going, but I wasn’t giving in.

  135. BTW chi chi, the bar I go to doesn’t have a trippel. Still looking to try one, but the style looks interesting.

  136. Never saw one in a bar. I was exposed to it by friends, and only enjoyed it at my home or theirs. Those Trappist monks know what they’re doing, man.

  137. Shifting gears a little to drinks of another sort, I asked her to go get a cup of coffee this morning and she said yes. We’re getting together on Wednesday morning.

  138. The bad weather seems to have passed. Baseball-sized hail southwest of here.

  139. Yay, Sean!

  140. Go Sean!

  141. That’s pretty cool, Sean.
    I like you. I’m happy and hopeful for you.

  142. Sean M. – And the excitement builds!

  143. Comment by scott on March 19, 2018 9:57 pm

    How often do carboys pool boys need washing?

    You’d have to ask Cyn!

    I miss Cyn.

  144. Congrats, Sean. :)

  145. Somewhere, a poolboy is very happy.

  146. Sean is a poolboy? I did not know that.

  147. Thanks youse guys. I hesitate to say this out loud, but I’m feeling more confident that this might actually be a thing.

  148. This calls for some Mare dating advice.

  149. She should have a column.

  150. Man up, screw your dick back on, and ask her out
    Dating advice from Mare to all of you who need it.

  151. It’s right that you can show this
    You’re not like all these other lotus who refuse to bloom
    Here in this room
    I like that you can see the beauty
    Every summer derp consumes sun doom
    That big typhoon, coming soon

  152. pos tuesdaw in a bit

  153. ARGHHHH!

  154. *twiddles thumbs, waiting for new poat*

  155. What day of the week is it?

  156. ys. I hesitate to say this out loud, but I’m feeling more confident that this might actually be a thing.

    Let me ask Erin how you should proceed. How flippy is your hair?

  157. Make sure you don’t act interested or attentive at all.

  158. It’s Tuesday. I’m buying another house in less than a week.


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