I'm really not proud that your kid licked a piece of fruit to test it out, when it's known he likes fruit and should be versed enough in food by 4 1/2 to eat normal meals.
I'm furthermore not proud that you're going to reward this with ice cream, as if you don't give him dessert practically every night.
Basically, I'm not proud that you're too big of a vagina to make your kid eat right. Hopefully he learns on his own, since you're apparently not going to show him the way. Also, hopefully his metabolism is awesome for the rest of his life, just in case he does get hooked on the junk you're shoveling him.
Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man
Lmao. We have problems with that on our campus. Everywhere on ANY road, pedestrians have right of way. So you'll inevitably have people who walk out onto the street between two parked cars where you can't see them, without looking. People are just so careless.
Fortunately when I went to university the rules of the road still applied and people had to use crosswalks (there were many all over campus). We had crossing guards at one particular crosswalk, by the train station. I used to work at the football stadium part-time with a tow truck driver who worked on contract for the university. He joked that the university students needed crossing guards to stop cars and let them cross like little kids would and I explained, "No no no no, they're not there to stop the cars: they're there to stop the PEDESTRIANS from walking out into traffic."
Procrastinating on work: Minor irritation.
Realizing your delegated tastks aren't being completely: Major irritation.
Having to learn to use a new program in order to complete the task for yourself: What I should have done to begin with.
This chicken has so much gristle in it that it is damn near inedible. I'm having to pick through it with my fingers to find edible pieces. Remind me never to buy this brand again.
“Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman
This student is freaking out, calling me 10 times a day, and even having her mom call me, and when I called her back I found out that the issue isn't even that urgent; she was totally just making it sound urgent to get special treatment. SO ANNOYING! OMG I am seriously cranky today.
Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.