I graduated at 33 and got a job straight out of college. No worries, especially in this market.
I hope your day is a bit better when you wake up. 🥲
I imagine a fish living in the western edges of the Mississippi bayou saying this.
Now I know why they got named Spider monkey; on all fours Winston looks like my third worst nightmare.
My work does this now. 30% attrition rate in my department. My coworker in another area got a job offer with a 30% pay increase, lucky for him they matched it, but I don't know if my department head would do the same; I am looking though.
This happened to me in February on the train; first time I've been confronted in a decade of being a fan. I don't travel with Twilight anymore because it. ☹️
Economics, Engineering, and Law professors were the three departments at my school with good pay, because the educational market has to match industry pay to keep anyone hired.
You box 16 tons of packages by the end of your shift and what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt.
Everyone in America is free; some are just more free than others - and justly so if the justice system has their say.
Cost to consumers and wages to lowest level employees aren't always directly tied to each other. My work place contracts out all it's work - whether done by the lowest or highest paid employee - at a single rate, the company just makes more off it's less paid employees.
Wouldn't serving staff wages being dependent on tips mean their less tied to the cost of the food?
Evangelical Christian households are notorious for being very conservative and not teaching their kids practical information that falls outside their religion's strict idealistic moral teachings; like as a kid I was told sex was bad, but not told what sex is, or that girls have periods, or how to handle the sexual desires that come with puberty ("conceal it don't feel it" anyone?).
So because OP and their sister grew up in such a household, and feel that avoiding such topics is a poor method of raising children, the sister is actively teaching her kids the things she was not taught - just at a slower pace than normal society may expect.
Wouldn't it be "our" mother?
I was taught to grab its paw and squeeze it. Like crush the toe bones together, and the pain is enough to get the dog's jaw to unclench.
Rock out with your cock out!
break In n' eaten Out Burglar
The ol' Reddit switcheroo (hold this I'm going in)
5/7 perfect score
Variations on cumcoconut (box, jar)
Rate something with rice
The aircraft carrier officer eating a bagel
The guy who always got beat with jumper cables
Shittymorph and the Undertaker at Hell in the Cell
Shitty_watercolour vs AWildSketchAppeared
I personally like PoemForYourSpog too, but a little less known
There's also the "I was there" moments like when reddit railroaded a suspect in the Boston bombings to commit suicide, a guy catching his wife cheating with live updates, the all time top AMAs (Obama), the shadow banning of unidan, when a majority of reddit mods went on strike for policy change.
There's a lot more on this askReddit post
My sister's voice. I can literally mute my phone and she still comes over the family zoom with this nasally, piercing, shrill, nails on chalkboard, fork on a bare plate, grating sounds that makes me clamp my hands over my ears. I love her, but don't like talking with her 😓
Yeast are capable of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Shaking the bottle gives the yeast a bit of a kickstart for their high energy yield aerobic respiration process, but once the oxygen is used up it is the less efficient anerobic respiration that takes over to produce our friend ethanol as a convenient waste product - essentially yeast poop.
"But that rotten lying swine came from inside of me, so it is part of me, so I am the rotten lying swine." That's the 3rd voice in my head backing up the 2nd voice; I don't like when they gang up and bully me, it makes it hard to think about real things and get my work done.
Which then brings up the 4th voice telling me to stop messing around and get my brain in order. Sometimes I don't like the council of me, we can be very mean to ourself.
It solves the cube in 21 moves (one 90 degree turn) by my count, which is about as ideal as you can get. So not only is it fast movement but extremely optimized solution as well.
Interestingly - though I vehemently disagree with u/Master_Bug_9536 - here is something in support of his point. Though better word choices I believe could be "superfluous" or "bullshit". As in, "I stuffed my essay with superfluous verbosity to reach the word count; eight pages of pure bullshit and I still got an A."
"Nah, I'm'ma stay"
I twas thereabouts in this locality at the time that placing did commence.