Teeth are an evolutionary failure. What other body part requires so much involved maintenance multiple times per day? I mean flossing? Is that a joke? Teeth are the worst. Give me fake teeth any day.
In my apartment we drink pretty much exclusively from mason jars instead of glasses. It wasn’t my choice; they just kind of got grandfathered down to us from others and we have A LOT of them. I have no problem with them, but I would never in a million years admire them or seek them out. They do not provide whimsy; they are merely vehicles for water to get to my mouth.
When I’m rich I will buy a set of my own real drinking glasses. And then I will never drink from a jar again. That is the goal.
I say this only because I feel like mason jars are so romanticized right now. I saw this whiny Jezebel post about perfect bloggers which mentions mason jars at least twice. One time I gave a house guest a glass of water and her reaction was, “Drinking from jars? That’s so cool! That’s so New York!” Is it? I’m pretty sure it’s not.
I was hungry and looking for a sandwich place. What do I see as soon as I emerge from the subway? Wichcraft. I considered going there but I did not give them my business on behalf of Tumblndice. Mostly, the promise of a $12 sandwich is what kept me away. But the one thing I really can’t get past (aside from the bad things I’ve heard) is the terrible, terrible name. If it weren’t for the complaints about Wichcraft, I would’ve never associated it with sandwiches. Only witches.
I ended up going to a nearby deli to get the above sandwich. I had great difficulty photographing the sandwich because I was eating it. I’d been to this deli before and I knew it would be overpriced. Then I remembered that this is a deli where the cashier calls me at least 3 pet names, starting with princess. $8 for that sandwich! It is clearly a $5 sandwich. It was good though. It had the right ratios of everything. My go-to deli sandwich is turkey, provolone, lettuce, tomato. Don’t really have a bread preference.
This has been sandwiches.
Pretty much the only shows I watch right now are Mad Men and Jersey Shore.
Is Don Draper supposed to come off as Jack Handy?
Are the men of Jersey Shore really impressed by a Fossil watch or are they emphasizing its position as a middle-of-the-road non-luxury item?