So last night a bunch of my friends and I went to Denny’s for some breakfast-for-dinner and I couldn’t decide on what I wanted, so I told the waiter “I want a lot of eggs.”
“How many eggs do you want?” “How many can I get?” “I mean if you get a Make Your Own Slam you can get up to 8..” “I would like a questionable amount of eggs, please. Scrambled, so that I don’t know how many there are.”
And boy did he deliver.
The manager came out to present the eggs (because, as our waiter joked, this plate of eggs was too much of a health risk for anyone but the manager to be liable for serving me), and said “….who’s responsible for this?”
I started crying out of excitement/joy/fear (no lie. it was embarrassing)
Anyway, this heavenly plate of eggs filled the entire plate and was about an inch deep (there were 2 layers of eggs in it! with cheese in the middle!!)
The waiter kept joking “You’re not getting a box. You have to finish it! You chose this!” I tipped him 100% out of pure shame (plus he was a rad dude).
Can you imagine tho, if when you went to the bathroom you had to use quarters to get toilet paper? Like if businesses just decided, nah, it costs too much to make it free, wouldn’t that be horrible? But people think it’s completely reasonable that half the population is having to pay for menstrual products so they don’t bleed through their pants.
RadarOnline tried to shame the star by posting a video of her night out, but it’s not happening.
On Wednesday, Lawrence addressed the video over Facebook, where she explained how she was celebrating a friend’s birthday and refused to apologize for having fun. What’s more, while Radar claimed that Lawrence was dancing while only wearing a bra, the actress pointed out that it was actually an Alexander Wang top.
Respect all stims. Yes, even the ones you don’t think are cute. Respect flapping, chewing, biting, scratching, picking, hopping, making sounds. Do not shame someone for their stims. If somebody has a stim that is dangerous or a form of self-harm, sure, encourage them toward safer stims, but do not ever shame them.
Chipmunk boy Aoba. He loves nuts. When Aoba was in his teens, he’d even try to see how many nuts he could hold in his mouth- turns out the most he can hold at a time is 8. Aoba doesn’t like dirty nuts so he cleans his nuts by rubbing and licking them.
Sometimes he cleans Mink’s nuts too. Aoba loves nibbling on Mink’s nuts. Mink prepares his nuts by seasoning them with cinnamon sugar. When Aoba puts Mink’s nuts in his mouth, he makes sure to licks them all over so as not to miss a morsel of cinnamon flavor - Mink’s nuts are his favourite treat.
(took some of the nut lines from Ellen’s Can Andy Say That vids! Check them out if you have time because they do not disappoint: squirrel ver and nut ver)
with mother’s day coming up pretty soon let’s all keep in mind that not everyone has positive feelings about or a healthy relationship with their mother.
some people grew up with abusive mothers, some people grew up with absent mothers, and some people have mothers who they just don’t get along with because of personality clashes or a radical difference in beliefs.
while it’s completely okay to celebrate mother’s day and talk about how much you love your own mother, please keep in mind that there are people who are not going to be celebrating and who do not have the positive relationship with their mother that you do. try to refrain from making or reblogging shaming, guilt-tripping posts saying/implying that someone is not a good person for not being with their mother on mother’s day or for not having loving feelings towards their mother and consider tagging your mother’s day posts so that people can avoid seeing them if they want to. also, if you see someone you follow or someone you know having a bad time on mother’s day because it brings up negative feelings for them please consider reaching out to that person and offering them a kind word of support.
mothers are generally seen to be good and wonderful and most of them are! but mothers are not incapable of being abusive and they are not incapable of doing something wrong and unfortunately not everyone was lucky enough to grow up with a mother who loved them and treated them the way a good mother should. please keep these people in mind on mother’s day and do not treat people badly for not celebrating mother’s day or for expressing negative feelings about their mother. there’s a reason they’re not celebrating and a reason those feelings exist. please respect that.