COVID-19, food, sex, hot take
2020 hot take: If you're only worried about diseases, it's safer to fuck on the first date than to go to a restaurant.
COVID-19, food, sex
Clutched my pearls hard when I saw people having a conversation about going to a restaurant with Tinder dates, until I realized that sitting maskless 3 feet across the table isn't the only bodily fluid they hope to be exchanging and then I was just angry anyone was in a restaurant at all again. Like, go meet outside before deciding to fuck and keep your exhalations out of the general public. And if you didn't end up liking them but still went to a restaurant? You got played.
Selfies, unseasonable weather
The weather is back to being like summer again even early in the morning and it's confusing. I made the mistake of putting a cardigan on when I left the house ("It's October! Time to bring out the sweaters!!" No.) and crammed it in my bag at the earliest opportunity. Upside: I could get a coffee after running errands and go to the park, delaying being stuck inside by pandemic winter. #FineFemmeFriday
It's time for this week's #MastoSourcedPlaylist!
This is The One About Non-English Songs! Almost 60 songs in lots of languages! There's a ton of good stuff here, so give it a listen - maybe on shuffle, because I didn't organize this one at all!
As always, let me know if you want to be involved in future lists!
I've been curious about vegan lox for a while, but it seemed like a lot of effort (slow roasting carrots in salt, marinating) for what might end up being one of those foods that people who haven't eaten meat in a while say "It's just like the real thing!" but there's something off about it as a meat analogue or as a standalone veggie. Anyway, this is a packaged one that's a bit more al dente than salmon and admittedly does taste carrot-y by itself, but is perfect on a bagel.
Websites that ask for the buyer's size as part of the review process need to let people reading reviews sort by size, especially when the line is size inclusive. There's a lot more variation in body types among people who wear a 3X vs people who wear a medium, for example. A ton of posts that read "I usually go for small, but I bought medium so it would be cute and oversized!" are not useful to me. Show me the person whose XXL was too tight in the thigh and the person who found it perfect!
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