Do y’all leave snacks out for delivery drivers? Cause as one I’d appreciate it 😂
No, I've never really thought of doing that! I always tip, though... I live in a really bad neighborhood, and delivery drivers rush to get out of here. If I tried to give them something other than money, they'd probably think it was laced or poisoned. 😗
On accident, I have. Well, without realizing I was doing it. When I was a kid, I was a collector of all sorts of things I'd find on the floor. Buttons, marbles, jewelry, coins.. I found these all to be special treasures. I remember asking my mom at one point, "These aren't anyone's? I can take these?". She told me it was okay, because they were lost things of no importance that no one wanted. I distinctly remember her saying, "They wouldn't be on the floor if anyone wanted them". Yeah.. she shouldn't have said that, because I found a bottle of perfume on the floor at the store and I thought I found an EXTRA SPECIAL treasure. I took it home, and eventually my mom found it. When she asked where I had gotten it, I told her, "I found it on the floor at the store!" She told me that was stealing. I hid it under my bed and cried and cried because I thought the police were going to come arrest me for stealing............. 😗
I think it's a little weird, because it's pairing something "morbidly unhealthy" with something that's actually kinda good for you. But.. veggie straws in queso dip. Especially if you get canned diced tomatoes and green chilies to put in it. AAAAAAA one of the best snacks I've had recently. (I don't even know what this gif means but it's what I could find involving veggie straws)
"Face My Fears" — Hikaru Utada ft. Skrillex The lyrics and the piano melody make me choke up, but also it makes me emotional because it's associated with a very special game series. Kingdom Hearts has been near and dear to my heart since my childhood. So much so that I actually cried during the opening trailer that featured this song.
I used to watch Grey's Anatomy, I think some time in my late teens. I fell out of interest after Jeffrey Dean Morgan's character left the series. Like that was all that was keeping me watching, past that it was just repetitive romantic drama that got old super fast. I can't believe this show is still running..!
What are some examples of truly evil movies? Not necessarily in terms of depicting it, or thematizing it (or ideology/politics) but that truly feel like they’re channeling something awful into the world?