*me trying to write an alphahole*
He barged aggressively into the room, every pore sweating rage. His very eyeballs screamed possessiveness as he hauled her clean off her feet and into a soft cuddle that he gave her while confessing he was a virgin and crying about his big cock.
— Chaz Stein (@Charlotte_Stein) May 28, 2018
Can we all agree, that we need this hero?? Thank you, Charlotte Stein ;)
8. I saw someone on Instagram eating glitter popcorn – and her mouth had glitter all over it – and I don’t know how I feel about this. Is this something my mouth is missing? Should I put a bag in the microwave and find some edible glitter?? I should do it and not tell my husband. He won’t notice – but his beard will be sparkly! ;)
7. I have never seen the movie, The Covenant. But it’s now streaming on Netflix and I spot Tim Riggins in the TINIEST of tiny speedos. And I also hear it may not be the best movie ever made, but do we care??? We. Don’t. Care. My Friday plans are set.
6. Speaking of Netflix, the new season of Queer Eye comes out 6/15. If you haven’t watched season one, you MUST. I think I cried every episode. I think my husband shed a tear or two. It’s so sweet and uplifting and good.
4. I saw this article that shows the most mispelled words by state. I live in Maryland, and “special” is our misspelled word. Hmmmm. I feel like there are harder words. Georgia’s word is “gray???” I did giggle that a few states have “chihuahua” – I own two chihuahuas and I had no idea how to spell that at first. I now say Chi-hua-hua in my head when I talk about my dogs. LOL. Also – when I’m writing reviews, I misspell villain for some reason.
Also note that the most misspelled word in Wisconsin is…….Wisconsin. Click here to see a bigger picture of the map.
3. Recipe of the week – Pork Ramen soup. So easy in the crock pot!! We eat this a lot. I highly rec the addition of hard boiled eggs on top. Recipe.
I lost my mother in law last week. She was 96 and one of my best friends. A lifelong lover of books, she kept track of all she read on index cards and recorded her opinion in code. This is the key to her code and the cards we found among her belongings. pic.twitter.com/Iabmek9B7F
— Lauren Tarshis (@laurenTarshis) May 26, 2018
2. Notes found by her daughter in-law, a woman who recently passed away kept the best system for reviewing books. No Goodreads. No blog. Just this:
Her abbreviations are, as follows:
RB: Readable Banality
RP: Readable Piffle
NFM: Not For Me
DNF: Did Not Finish
DNR: Did Not Read
RP+1: One Step Up From “RP”
RPM: Readable Piffle Mystery
G: Good, Different, Holds My Attention
VB: Very Bad
NMS: Not My Style
PB: Pretty Boring
NBAA: Not Bad At All
WOT: Waste Of Time
I love this <3 <3 I also feel like she was a tough critic, as maybe the best you could get was”not bad at all” – I want to start using this grading system.
1.My 14 year old son is going to his eighth grade dance tonight. How is this happening? How is high school happening this fall? HOW? Also – hockey fans – GO CAPS!! I’ve been rooting them hard this playoff season. And Sunday I get to volunteer in the concession stand for four hours at a track meet. This is our last track meet and the first time I’ve volunteered. Hi guilt.
Have a great Friday and a fun weekend!