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Fresh mode is my dress code

nicepants:

Because I am among the lowest level print reporters there are, I am concerned rather than flattered to acquire a self-identified “fan.” This concern only multiplies, sir, when the sole content of your e-mails is smiley emoticons.

I didn’t mean to creep you out. Sometimes when I mean to say, “I love reading your articles,” it comes out like:

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jossip:

ONE OF ARE REAL ADULT LADYS LIKES TO COOK FOR EVERYONE AND THIS IS HER OFFICIAL POSITION ON STEAK MAKIN

jossip:

ONE OF ARE REAL ADULT LADYS LIKES TO COOK FOR EVERYONE AND THIS IS HER OFFICIAL POSITION ON STEAK MAKIN

(Source: starehard, via ffffood)

Those dastardly devils down at Kellogg’s are really something else. I saw this photo of Rice Krispies  “dipper treats” and naturally I wanted to make them. The banner ad said I could click for the recipe, but it did not have a direct link to the recipe.* To get the recipe you had to give them your email address OR “like” Rice Krispies on Facebook. Are you effing kidding me? Here I was, willing to click on a link to your marketing web site and you blew it by going totally off the rails. So I went to Google and got the recipe from some mommy blogger called, no joke, Mommy Gaga.

*Like I would really follow the recipe anyway.

Those dastardly devils down at Kellogg’s are really something else. I saw this photo of Rice Krispies  “dipper treats” and naturally I wanted to make them. The banner ad said I could click for the recipe, but it did not have a direct link to the recipe.* To get the recipe you had to give them your email address OR “like” Rice Krispies on Facebook. Are you effing kidding me? Here I was, willing to click on a link to your marketing web site and you blew it by going totally off the rails. So I went to Google and got the recipe from some mommy blogger called, no joke, Mommy Gaga.

*Like I would really follow the recipe anyway.

You got things goin’

—My mom, impressed by the fact that I bought a package of dried peas.

If you liked The Roommate, you’ll love Secretariat.

If you liked The Roommate, you’ll love Secretariat.

BEST IMPULSE PURCHASE OF MY LIFE
I went to the grocery store hungry, very hungry. The result: I forgot to buy eggs and I did buy these ice cream sandwiches and a tub of pre-made macaroni and cheese. (mistake)
These are soft graham crackers (same consistency of reg ice cream sandwich) housing tart lime gelato with tiny graham grains. Only 4 come in a box and it was $5+. You ever have those moments at the grocery self checkout where the price is more than you expect and you’re all, “WHAT? Oh well.” I will probably eat them all right now.

BEST IMPULSE PURCHASE OF MY LIFE

I went to the grocery store hungry, very hungry. The result: I forgot to buy eggs and I did buy these ice cream sandwiches and a tub of pre-made macaroni and cheese. (mistake)

These are soft graham crackers (same consistency of reg ice cream sandwich) housing tart lime gelato with tiny graham grains. Only 4 come in a box and it was $5+. You ever have those moments at the grocery self checkout where the price is more than you expect and you’re all, “WHAT? Oh well.” I will probably eat them all right now.

When Jay stumbles into Charlotte’s office with amnesia, they fall in love. Things take an unexpected turn when his wife shows up - followed by wife #2!…

—How does Lifetime do it?