Scrapple. That's probably the most un-Pennsylvanian thing anyone has ever said, but just the idea disgusts me. It's like meatloafs ugly cousin.
Just be redundant and put it on your @$$.
On your sphincter.
Tattoo his face over your face.
If you had it done somewhere near your rump, you would have a matching set.
As someone who traveled with a circus for multiple summers, in my experience yes they are. A spider is the last thing you want to run into whilst walking on a rope!
French toast when I have time to make it. Pancakes are okay too (I always make tiny ones for the dogs, blueberry-free of course), but sometimes I just settle for a smoothie and some granola if I'm running late.
Bad dreams are uncommon for me, but one that sticks with me:
I was standing in my bedroom looking out the window that faces the main road, and I was watching as the stereotypical Grim Reaper walked back and forth to different houses before stopping in the middle of the road, turning to look at … Read more
Rubber ducks were never my favorite because they can grow mold easily, but my youngest dog has a rubber duck chew toy! Stickers yes, I've always loved them (especially the puffy 3D kind). Blame someone, I do that all the time, and I love everything peach flavored, it's my favorite right after strawberry. 3/4 things, … Read more
Glasses are your best option if it's the first time you'll ever be needing something like that. Assuming you do annual visits, I suggest talking to your Optometrist about contacts during your next appointment. Of course not everyone will have the same experience, but for me there were too many complications with contacts. I frequently … Read more
There's a logical argument from both sides. I personally avoid eating meat or dairy because of health complications.
I do audio books instead of music.
Very seldom do I have music on.
- God Bless The USA - Lee Greenwood
- How 'Bout Them Cowgirls - George Strait
- Helluva Life - Frankie Ballard
- Lay Low - Josh Turner
I find that Country music makes for awesome road trip music!
Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Ramblin' Man by the Allman Brothers
Movin' On by Bad Company
City of New Orleans by Arlo Guthrie
Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf
Algebra. Geometry and trigonometry were my strong suits (and I actually use them in my profession)
No baths for me, but the dogs are taking one this weekend because for some reason they shed the most in the colder months instead of keeping it on their darn bodies to stay warm. Argyle is my least favorite print next to houndstooth and vermicular, and I can't remember the last time I had … Read more