Same thing! Even if there is someone on the other end of the line.
LOL, I have a set of Bluetooth hearing aids that are connected to my phone. I often carry on what appears to be conversations with myself. I got to noticing strange stares when I talk on the phone. I often will hold my phone to my ear just so I do not confirm everyone belief that I really am crazy
Just kidding. Me, too. But I’m gross so…
I laughed so hard at this that I had to explain this whole thread to Eric. Still chuckling. I wonder if I’ve given you the side eye and caused your phone holding behaviors?
You are awesome. Every single time.
Here’s a new way to remove a sensor: fling an about-to-barf cat off the bed in the middle of the night!! Really happened! Found the sensor on the comforter when I woke up. All I can figure is that I must have pivoted on it during the toss!
I saw a commercial on TV for the LoveSac furniture store.
I dunno, maybe it’s just me. But LoveSac has an entirely different meaning in my mind.
Way to go furniture marketing company! Awesome job choosing a well-thought-out name that has no duality or any possible chance of being misconstrued!
Ha! I first heard about that company in high school or college and it made me snicker then. Glad you’re still laughing about it!
I don’t get it.
@Nickyghaleb back to lick or wipe - My 3 year old sticks his whole finger in his mouth and licks. I used to lick but now I wipe.
Good for your 3 year old for keeping it real. I mean the whole finger is unorthodox, but he might be onto something.
And for you, there’s still hope.
Sometimes when I am grocery shopping—especially at Wal-Mart or Winco—my BG just plummets. So today I had to go stock up on cat supplies (and stuff for humans, too!) and decided to shop smarter, i.e., I ate a few carbs and reduced my basal 25% for 1/2 hour. Even went to PetSmart afterward and stayed level in the mid-90s the entire time! Woo-hoo!
Being low at a bakery is the best!
Sometimes if I am low at a hardware store or something like that, it seems like such a waste.
The only one I can handle on the list is cheese.
I disagree about the mince pies. Every chef knows an odd number of items looks better on the plate.
What every chef doesn’t know is that studies have shown it actually makes no difference to the diner. But hey, I’m not going to argue with anyone who’s handing me 3, 5, 7 or 9 mince pies. Or even 11. But I think 13 qualifies as “excessive.”
What are mince pies???