Oooh, it’s super cute!
That I have not done.
Wow, that’s forward. He’s not on the market anymore.
Ooooh ok! I’m not mad at that. That sounds fun. I’m weird, so I’d probably have dress up time with the mannequins or make like, weird scenes with them. And I’d definitely go around smelling and trying all the sample lotions and potions, and trying every gadget in Sharper Image or Brookstone or whatever. I’m definitely have ghetto runway shows with myself, and eat a lot of Mongolian BBQ and pho and lemonade and boba. 😂+1 answer in: “What would you do if you had an entire shopping mall to yourself for 24 hours? All the stores and restaurants would be open but unoccupied and you'd face no repercussions once you walked out at the end of the day.”
Wait, but...is this like an post apocalyptic situation, or just like, normal life, and people just don’t happen to be there? Cuz if I’m hoarding for supplies or hiding, them sure, I’d go ham, but I’m not much of a stealer. 😬+1 answer Read more
I can look into it, I didn’t realize they made a plug in hybrid.+1 answer in: “Would you buy a Honda Fit if they made it in a hybrid or EV model?”
You do you, person.
If they made a plug in hybrid model, and the pure electric range was actually good, hells yes. Besides the Tesla, and considering what’s readily available in the USA at this time, the Chevy Volt and the Honda Clarity are doing the best in terms of decent electric only range on a plug in hybrid.+1 answer Read more
Of course cows reproduce. Of course. However, cow co2 emissions aren’t at the level that they are at because of their naturally reproduction habits. Humans artificially inseminate cows by the thousands, so they can get pregnant, produce milk, and have their babies taken from them so they can either become milk cows (where the cycle continues) or veal or handbags. We have no good CONTROL measurement of what the emissions would be like with cows that simply reproduce on their own terms without the milk, dairy, and leather industries. Probably estimations. But in no way can you say that the emissions would be equal to these current levels, if cows were not mass produced for the industries that humans exploit them for, and they just lived their normal, full life expectancies, and had the normal amount of babies that a typical cow would have. We do have a choice to stop making cars. We also have a choice as humans to NOT exploit innocent animals. We also have a choice to focus our efforts on creating fast, effective, efficient, and more environmentally responsible public transportation options. There are several great starts already, but in the San Francisco Bay Area, we could definitely do better. If we had public transportation that was a quick, vast, reliable, and timely as say, the tube in London, many more people would probably rely on that and less on individual vehicles. And of course, our specific little societal bubble here in the SF Bay Area could take some lessons from places like Oregon and Colorado, and start using bikes and roller blades and scooters and simply walking more to get around.+1 answer in: “Cows produce milk, cars produce pollution. Now which one would you rather get rid of?”
It’s funny how this is the trendy thing on social media right now, the frequency of Shen Yun ads. You must be friends with ECL or Kayvon or something.
Oh man, this is not a simple one worded answer. Both produce emissions, so the better thing to say might be cows produce milk, cars transport nouns. And while this is a “would you rather” question, both would still contribute to tons of pollution individually- and really, cows are the innocent ones here. If man didn’t make meat and dairy and leather an industry, and industry that breeds and slaughters cows by the masses, a “product” that requires food and space and consumes multiple resources...if these industries weren’t around, we wouldn’t have as much overpopulation and we’d have a much more stable co2 number, versus what we have now. If I HAD TO, get rid of the cars, and rely on other public transport. But really it is the human exploitation and abuse of both animals and automobiles that put us in the hole.+1 answer Read more
First, try to play it cool, but still cry. Second, smell it. Third, probably keep it someplace cool.
I don’t, sadly.
Blueberries? The marbled parts of Gorgonzola? Blue corn? Purple grapes are really more blue, and red grapes are really more purple. Blackberries are kinda blue.
🤷🏻♀️ I haven’t talked really talked to her in years. Last I understand, she had a long term GF, but idk if she’d still say bi or what.
Psh, no. Perhaps a little more experienced, but most of the time, for many people, it’s on a bed. There’s nothing wrong with that. I’ve just happened to have a couple of partners who were cool with a variety of locations. If it helps, any interesting locations were all very much in my past.
Lol, I had to look it up because it was so familiar, but I couldn’t place it.
Like almost everything.
The feeling when I’ve achieved “perfect comfy” in bed. Usually right before sleep or just when I wake up.
...I think I have actually...
Interested, but wary.+1 answer in: “Let's go jeans shopping! Because I wanna see you cry.”