Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
I like this one:
This is not a NY thing necessarily I guess but it makes me laugh how it's 65 out and all these sad sacks are all bundled up in huge coats and 21 foot school spirit scarves. Really?
That sounds like an LA thing, actually.
meh its not that weird... considering that it will eventually get frigid, snow, sleet, and ice rain soon enough.....
I just hate it when it gets like that 20ºF and you have to get bundled up to walk around... but then go down into the subway where its >85ºF and humid and before you know it your sweating your balls off because of the wool sweater + Jacket + wool hat you have on... then you have to start peeling off your layers and end up having to carry around all your shit [which can be very heavy/cumbersome] until you reach your destination... by the time you get there you dropped a glove / hat/ ect
Considering how many nannys exist in NYC . . .
2 Siblings Killed in New York City; Nanny Arrested
Who knew "Protect And Serve" was the name of the NYPD cookbook?
that nanny slay story literally had me up all night, could not sleep thinking about it
the cannibal cop, good lord what a barbarian. Who the hell would want to cook another human being in an oven??? Sous vide would be the way to go.
I'm hoping she didn't do it but couldn't bear the sight when she discovered them so she tried offing herself.
It is really horrible and strikes a chord for all parents who have to leave their children in the care of someone. I'm a bit in shock as well
LOL try coming to the deep south
My wife knows the family
This is really weird but I just can't stop thinking about this today
We haven't had a Nanny in a while, but way back when, when we did, one time, we came home and notice that our Nanny had carved my wife and my names into the leaves of one of our houseplants/trees. That freaked us out.
Separate names with a comma.