not a big friends fan, but i still laugh at the "morning's here" guy. early friends is cliche and later friends is weird because everyone is super tan, thin, and fucking one another.
i know we've had this conversation before, but festival shoes... what do you ladies normally wear? my hear skipped a beat when i saw both sugar AND volatile shoes the other day at dillards, thinking they would have my favourite kinds of platform sneakers with the flat toes for dancing; however no such luck, they were all flip flops
Originally Posted by malcolmjamalawesome
It's when we discuss Coachella that we are at our collective dipshittiest.
It's a bunch of attractive people solving wacky and somewhat irreverent sci-fi calamities at a government research facility and the robot deputy dates the sheriff's smarthouse. Starts off a little slow, but I've come to love it despite its myriad flaws.
Currently rewatching season 1 of Lip Service on Hulu. I started watching Law and Order from the very beginning just for kicks. It's going to take me a while to get through ALL those episodes. A long while.
Originally Posted by insbordnat
If you're in a relationship that causes Ancestry.com to crash, it's probably inappropriate.
Have any of you tried a chemical peel? I was thinking about trying a lactic acid peel, supposedly one of the mildest out there. My skin has been out of control as far as dryness and oily. I have tried EVERYTHING. Ive read mixed reviews on chemical peels.
I haven't tried chemical peels yet, but I'm very interested in them. I've had photo facials in the past, and they work VERY well for evening skin tone, but they are extremely expensive. My aesthetician says it's best to get a microdermabrasion treatment or two prior to a chemical peel or photofacial for best results.
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So I work in a bead store/jewelry studio, and I'm taking over a class for a coworker who was scheduled to teach on her birthday on the 27th. I'll be teaching this technique:
Does anybody have any interest in learning to make this over Tinychat or Skype some night? I can talk you through getting materials beforehand and you don't really need tools or anything, so it's pretty much as cheap a project as the beads you pick out. I don't think it's going to be that hard a class to teach, but a practice run might be sort of fun.
Edit: I'll give it some time to see who's interested and then we can figure out a good night for it.
Weren't we supposed to learn this over TC? I'm still patiently waiting... I should probably buy the materials before re-suggesting.
where can i buy a clothes hamper that you have to physically open and close rather than something my stupid cat can jump into and pee? i already tried target.
(yes already took him to the vet.. i think he is just an asshole cat).