07-16-2013 03:44 PM
I want to shift my ass into high gear.
Originally Posted by Jaguar
07-16-2013 03:53 PM
philosopher wood nymph
Seeing the misogyny poll in the left of the screen every time I log in is becoming really annoying.
6w5, 4w3, 1w9 (probably)
07-16-2013 04:33 PM
Wearing 5 layers of face products in yesterday's heat was a dumb idea. Lesson learned.
07-16-2013 05:01 PM
OK so I'm watching Hannibal and at the end of the episode big important dialogue between Hannibal and his therapist/supervisor and SKY decides to put a big voice over on top of the actual sound advertising some BS new show, damn you sky, damn you to hell, damn you to double, double hell.
And I'm not watching Ray Donovan and I hope that that shite show fails and costs your corporation big style. Bastards. I'm not going to forget this.
07-16-2013 07:52 PM
i cut my finger on a band aid.
07-16-2013 09:14 PM
Watching everyone name their kids the same name makes birth announcements just a little bit easier to bear.
07-16-2013 09:46 PM
Originally Posted by 93JC
07-16-2013 10:11 PM
07-16-2013 10:12 PM
Originally Posted by Ginkgo
Ask the parents out there who name their kid Madison. It feels like one out of every two little girls I'm introduced to is named Madison. For instance one of my co-workers just had another kid, a baby girl. Name? You bet your ass it's Madison!
Same with boys and the names Liam, Logan (I shouldn't talk too much shit, I have a second cousin named Logan), Mason, Jayden... Kayden, Brayden... Riley, Connor...
Girls? Emma, Emily, Madison, Addison, Mackenzie, Leah, Taylor.
The popularity of names ebbs and flows of course. I wonder if we'll think of these names as being sort of silly and outdated like we do names like Bertha, Ida, Herman, Herbert, Clarence, Ethel, Mabel, etc.
Maybe our great-grandparents' names will come back in vogue. Despicable Me 2 made me think of this a couple days ago. The little girls in the film are named Margot, Edith (the name of one of my great-grandmothers) and Agnes (grandmother). My male ancestors' names are still sort of relevant/modern— names like William, Samuel, Robert, George, John and such—but many of my female ancestors' names still feel a little old fashioned: Minnie, Edna, Maud, Alice, Joyce... There's nothing wrong with these names, nothing at all, they're just not popular.
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