Okay, so I work at a restaurant (think of Panera Bread but we serve different food), and this couple came in today. It was a black-haired guy and a blonde woman. It’s after the lunch rush, so it’s not very busy and they’re the only ones in line. So I start helping them, and the guy is being super charismatic, but his girlfriend is really shy (and super super pretty).
After he orders his food, she’s about to order, and he grins and says “Let me order for you. I’ll get it right.” (Now I know you’re thinking: ‘wow what a prick’ but this guy was really sweet and the girl was kind of giggling and being like “what… no” but anyway, he ends up ordering for her.)
So the SECOND this girl walks away, the boyfriend turns to me and looks horrified. He says “Okay look this is our second date and I’m really trying to impress her… can you help me out.” Like I said, there’s nobody in line, but this is pretty atypical so I just kinda stare at him like “ummm okay.” He’s like “What do you like on the menu?? What would she like?? Oh my god what does she like??” I try and ask him about her tastes and he only gives me a little information. The girl is low-key suspicious from where she’s sitting nearby.
So we end up ordering her a sandwich and then the guy is like so nervous it was pretty adorable, but then… When he goes to pay… Dude forgot his wallet. So the chick has to pay and she’s totally cool w/ it but he is dying on the inside. it’s pretty obvious he’s about to explode.
Food comes out, and I hand it to him, and he brings it to their table. They’re not sitting too far away from the front of the restaurant and he’s being cute to her like “here you go!!!” and the girl examines the sandwich, smiling really big. But then she kinda looks up at him, and pauses, and the guy is like “What’s wrong??”
She goes, “Sorry but I’m really allergic to avocado.”
The dude turns, looks at me. I will remember that expression until the day I die.
The girl is like “um well can we trade food?”
Really quiet he’s like “I got extra avocado on mine.”
Luna’s NB article has, like, a bizarrely huge amount of retweets and likes. For an article about an unpopular idol and a random topic (not comeback or promotion related) this is A LOT of retweets compared to other NB posts.
i……………wanna travel the world…………..so bad and just chill the fuck out on a neverending road trip. in my daydreams im cute i have no acne and perfect skin and long hair and im wearing sweatpants and a comfy henley and im just rocking the hell out on my acoustic guitar looking into the desert
I love that white people don’t really understand that south/central america is huge so there’s a billion dialects of spanish like cool you know how to call me mami and chica but I can call you motherfucker in 70 ways sooo
i. there’s a ghost standing at the foot of my bed and
it’s you, it’s you, it’s you, it was you ii. i can’t stop thinking of all the things i should’ve
done that i never did, all the things that i should’ve said that i never said iii. say goodbye and don’t look back, so long to happy every after iv. all those words we wrote are just the rules of
the game, and the rules are the first to go v. your disappearing act is getting harder to bear vi. and i’ve forgotten just how you smell, i only
remember i loved it so well vii. if you are chased by a nightmare i will dive into your
dreams, and if you are followed by old ghosts i will watch them till they leave viii. follow me back home, ‘cause the night is young and
i’m tired of being alone / / / a mix for emily and alison during ali’s missing years | 8tracks | playmoss
So in conjunction with GCDA, Luna donated 50 boxes of pads to KUMFA (Korean Unwed Mothers Families Association). When I heard that I was like “Yeah! So cool!” but then I found out how many pads that actually is and it is really pretty amazing. That’s 14,400 pads. I don’t know how many pads you use on your period, but on average, that could probably get about 720 people through a single period, averaging 4 pads a day for a 5 day period. Rough math, but regardless. I believe her donation may be implying that the “small help” the underwear line is aiming at giving to these mothers in poverty in menstrual products, which is pretty damn important. Menstrual rights awareness has been on the rise in America and I hope Luna’s project will help the same happen in South Korea!