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You had like 30 hours to think of this. You really could have done better than, "well, I think it's stupid that you're, like, a decent human being and stuff."
That's so awful, hopkins_student. Condolences and peace to you and your family.
I'm rolling my eyes at your incessant need to prove what an edgy millennial nihilist you are.
I know the phenomenon people are referencing with the "work wife" thing, and there is at least one "couple" I can think of that would fit it, but it's not a thing for me.Also, maybe I'm just outmoded here, but the word "wife" has value to me that goes beyond "female half of the relationship."This.
I've always thought it was for convenience (i.e. being able to go in a semi-private place when there's no bathroom), rather than not having to stop at all.Regardless, he's too young to execute such a complex maneuver without help, especially in a moving car. Plus, I'm pretty sure having a child unbuckled in a moving car, even momentarily, is now a capital offense.
Yeah, you can bring empties.We don't have a dedicated bottle, but LowerCaseG has definitely peed in bottles, and I recall doing it as a kid.The most harrowing pee stop of my life came during our recent trip through the mountains. LowerCaseG decided he had to go right then. Given the dearth of exits in the mountains, I had to pull onto the shoulder of the interstate in the driving rain to let him piss in a Gatorade bottle. I kept envisioning us getting plowed down the side...
On a two-hour flight, having to use the bathroom wasn't especially likely, and the aisle means you're the one being obnoxiously asked to move.Also, I like the window for the view, and I'd rather have a window next to me than getting bumped by everyone who comes down the aisle. Plus, I'm a fan of whatever arrangement makes it least likely I'll have to talk to people, and aisles are not wide enough to fully discourage interaction.I got A43 checking in on my outbound fight,...
On Southwest, checking in early gets you higher in the boarding order, which means better seats. I checked in right at 24 hours prior to my flight last week and got a window seat with no one sitting next to me.
Probably because that's what it's called.
Yeah, at some point people become so into whatever they're discussing that their advice is useless for normal people.SF certainly isn't immune.
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