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janie jones

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  1. I agree but would like to add, I don't think you can sleep if you don't need sleep. What I mean is, if someone has no "sleep debt" I doubt they'd be able to take a two-hour nap. So for that reason, I'd say it counts toward last night's (or the night before's).
  2. I don't know what "Flavortown" is, but this word always reminds me of people referring to facial hair as a "flavor saver." 🤢
  3. I'm pretty sure this has been happening for decades, so I wouldn't necessarily blame kids these days for it.
  4. As a nonsmoker, I've always liked this joke some standup comedian told years and years ago. The gist of the joke was that the cool thing about smoking is that you always have something to do, like if you're waiting outside for someone, you don't need to just stand there awkwardly. (Of course, the joke doesn't work now that smartphones exist, but 1990s me thought it was funny because it was true.)
  5. I think there's one also where these people are done skiing and they hop in their car that's just sitting in this flat area, I guess at the bottom of the mountain. How did they get to the top?
  6. I'm not sure what you're getting at -- "assigned female at birth" means assigned the gender female at birth. As in, they look at your vagina and assign you the gender of female. This phrase doesn't refer to anyone's physical/biological gender (one's physical characteristics being the criterion for assigning the gender at birth notwithstanding). So when they're talking about a drug for people born with penises, they don't say "born female"/"born male" because that's not the phrase used in common parlance to refer to the assignment of gender to newborn babies.
  7. I don't think it's "And now there is nothing left to satisfy me" as much as it's "And now I no longer need to be satisfied."
  8. I saw this commercial for the first time yesterday. Is that weird knee dance from something, or did they just decide the people in this commercial should be doing a weird knee dance?
  9. To be honest, I know nothing at all about hair school, but I'm surprised you aren't expected to be decent at dealing with a variety of hair textures. Second of all, these fuckin stylists. If I'd never done a black person's hair before and got a job on a show where I'd need to do black people's hair, I'd do my best to learn so that I could do my fucking job. How are you not embarrassed that you're so incapable of doing what you're being paid to do that the actress has to do it for you? How are you too proud to expand your skills? It's like if you got a job as a secretary and just never bothered to learn to type. It's incomprehensible to me. I guess I'm not racist enough.
  10. It was a joke. The point is they are going to be living over 4,000 miles away from the rest of the family.
  11. For some reason, I thought she liked to garden? Maybe at the time that picture was taken (I don't know when it was, but it was before the dress underwent the sleeve modifications discussed above), it was summer and she'd been doing something outside with gloves on. Was there a "danger" of Harry or his brother or cousins being raised on a different continent, though? Those guys had a royal upbringing, but Archie's going to be running around in the forest with Bigfoot. (I'm not saying that the queen is going to seize the baby or that people aren't racist, but that doesn't seem to me to be the relevant difference in the situations mentioned.)
  12. I remember where I was. I came home from work and my mom told me. I thought she was telling me my cousin Bryan had died. Once the misunderstanding was cleared up, my level of interest deflated like a balloon.
  13. I'd like that Alexa ad a lot more if it didn't show people in their fifties wondering what people did before the new technology that came out like five years ago. Even changing it to something like "I can't remember what we did before Alexa!" would have been a better line than "What do you think people did..." You're the people, Ellen.
  14. From those shots, it looks to me like the sleeves have been either completely replaced or highly modified. There's now a white layer under the sheer layer. They probably did the shoulders at the same time.
  15. Do you get up and do them?
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