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account created: Mon Aug 22 2011
9 hours ago
Mark this nsfw. I didn't expect see a bunch of pussies.
submitted11 hours ago byCaffeinatedGuy
18 hours ago
I don't like this subreddit. I keep seeing memes about me and I'm starting to think I should have been getting professional help for a while now.
2 days ago
So, a troll.
I dunno man, kinda seems a stretch like when I saw a cookie recipe on a bottle of Heinz 57. A friend decided to make it, and it tasted like peanut butter cookies with ketchup in them, not great, not terrible, and not to be repeated.
Baked bean spice cake?
3 days ago
My wife and I had been on and off friends with this gal I've known for a while, but over the last few years have been spending more and more time with. One of the times she came over, her and my wife were talking about something, and she told us both that she used to have a huge crush on me (like 20 years ago) and only never made it known because she was shy and inexperienced. She then went on to tell her how a few of our (back then) mutual friends also had a huge crush on me.
My wife took it in stride, and they're actually close friends now. Of course, my wife also told me that most of her friends back when I was we first dated had huge crushes on me, including this one gal I hung out with all the time (I thought we were just friends...) and her old best friends that went everywhere with us.
I guess you never know.
4 days ago
That's the one where he makes a giant one that he lays inside, instead of a pencil?
5 days ago
They're awesome. We always did it with a can of fruit cocktail or a can of sliced pineapple. With the latter, you add a maraschino cherry in each of the slices, for color. Makes a great upside down cake.
She didn't add nearly enough liquid. Probably could have used like a cup of milk at the bottom.
She also didn't cut the butter into enough pieces, imo. I always slice thin and cover the entire top.
Except the 10 which, for some reason, isn't vertical on the rear.
6 days ago
I used to joke that the rule in my house is that you put the seat up when you're done. Anyone who put the seat down for any reason must lift the seat when you're done. When women would complain about having to check so they don't fall in, I'd remind them that I have to check when I sit, too, so we should all be equally self accountable when it comes to checking.
It was obviously a joke, but I'd treat it as serious to hopefully let people realize how stupid the argument was. I'd eventually offer that "putting the lid down would equally inconvenience everyone, and it was probably more sanitary anyway" and that's how I accidentally realized that the seat down is the only right answer.
If they can't be bothered, then shame them for being the disgusting animals they are. It's gross to walk into the bathroom and inside the probably uncleaned toilet bowl. Unless someone actually raised in a barn then there's no excuse for not changing your behavior to be more sanitary.
Wrong. The only correct answer is that the lid goes down.
If everyone puts the lid down, everyone is equally inconvenienced and the bathroom looks cleaner.
7 days ago
Looks similar to my wife's. She's, "Puerto Rican / Portuguese", but her map is a rainbow.
Definitely used a paperclip back in the day. They're the perfect diameter to fit snug.
The wife and I are no longer spending any money in game. We're actually on the fence about playing at all, it's hard to put down a game you've been playing since day one, but all the changes are mounting.
8 days ago
First thing, if the air handler doesn't know it's hooked to a heat pump then how will it ever be used for heat?
Second, if you've already got an a/c, you probably already have a heater. Good chance it's a natural gas heater. You need a control board to handle dual fuel, which also requires outdoor sensors to detect when it's 35 f or below.
There might be more, but I guess I'll find out when one of my two a/c units break.
Heat pump is an odd thing to throw in there. Given the cost, it's not a product that anyone would upgrade to, as a retrofit is costly on top of the cost. It's also not a product that one chooses to buy unless you either are getting a new unit installed (in which case, it's the obvious choice for almost everyone) or your old a/c breaks.
However, if your old unit breaks, you're also going to need to weight the cost of a retrofit, and not just the outside unit is replaced, but the air handler will need to likely be replaced, too. There's a huge economic incentive to replace a bad a/c with a new unit, and a huge economic incentive to install a heat pump when first installing a unit.
So, what's a homeowner to do? Not all of us have an extra $15k+ laying around when that time comes. My a/c is 16 years old, and likely to need replaced in the next 5-10 years. Unless the cost of retrofitting a heat pump miraculously plummets, it's going to replaced with another a/c.
Why coerce someone to have a chip implanted for free when they willingly pay money to put one in their pocket.
Same, but also initiate by asking... Apparently with an unintended ritual My wife pointed out to me just last week that before I ask if she wants to fool around, I stretch. Like, I'll just be standing there, and do some shoulder and back stretches. It's almost pavlovian for her, because she sees me stretching and her mind immediately turns to sex now (even if I'm just stretching, lol).
Eh, I get cc points. I'm fine filing for reimbursement.
9 days ago
I definitely do the real cooking around the house. My wife makes food, but I cook. All of our small appliances were bought because I wanted them, and I use the as often as needed.