While also a good quick reminder of the difference between your and you’re, this commercial taught me to believe in myself (and avoid wet armpits).
your favorite pair of jeans never wore out?
I hear the word “like” too many times each day, but I, a survivor of the 80s Valley Girl era, am, like, partly (or, like, totally!) responsible.
I can’t stop “myself” from being abused by others, but I myself use it correctly by asking myself, “Is it just myself, or is it just me?”
An unscientific study has shown that blogging can help skin to get thicker. Every time someone says, “I didn’t like your last post,” another little layer forms.
TANSTAAFL (There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch) was my takeaway. Everything has a cost. Free nails? You’ll pay for the hammer. Thanks, Dr. Nitsche.
I very recently went to the store for a loaf of bread and a container of milk. Unfortunately, I didn’t need the stick of butter. Oh well.
1. Buy a lottery ticket.
In a poignant moment from The Great Space Coaster, a kid worries as teams are picked. Why would anyone ever put kids through this?
Watch at 9:20.