Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-20 06:12:10
ID: 51884
I got a Jessner peel yesterday. It's a mid-depth peel for fine lines and sun damage. I had it done by an aesthetician with great reviews. Well, nothing is happening. I should have been experiencing tight, dry skin today, with peeling starting tomorrow and lasting for about a week. Tomorrow I'm going to call her and tell her that this peel didn't work. I'm pissed. I spent $125 with tip. I've been looking forward to it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 23:54:15
ID: 51880
Pokémon went? Does anyone still play Pokémon Go? My DH & the kids were all about it for a minute.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2017-11-19 20:28:12
ID: 51876
So Lena Dunham (who I think is a tool anyway) comes out with her proclamation about some Murray guy who has been accused of sex assault, that she is 100% behind him, and that she believes him and that he could not possibly have done what the woman is accusing him of. A bit later she apologizes for supporting him because she had previous to this said that you should believe all women. Well, which one is it? Do you think he did it or not? Make up your mind. I think she put something out there to see the reaction she will get and when it doesn't go over well, she tries to take it back. Can't stand that woman, and her show sucked.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 06:32:33
ID: 51859
I did it. I finally bought a refurbished high speed blender. I'm on top of the world!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 06:26:56
ID: 51856
I use "folks" ALL the time, especially at work. My mom used the term, and my mentor used the term, so it's natural to me. And I do like it because because it's gender neutral. Others that I work with have been approached for saying "guys," so I'm happy that I already use "folks" as an alternative.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-18 23:11:38
ID: 51849
In response to a confession. i just got horrible flashbacks from my 3 years of working in retail hell while reading this lol
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-18 22:20:06
ID: 51814
You guys think it's bad sifting through some long back story online.. I work at a retailer that has a very generous return policy. We basically just need a proof of purchase, a reason for the return and to know if the item was used or not. If used, a simple description (used- gave blisters for example). A transaction should take no longer than a minute but 50+% of the customers feel the need to tell me the story of why they bought it, why they used credit card x, what they felt about it, what their mom/husband/grandma/neighbor/dentist/cashier-at-another-store/teacher-from-when-they-were-in-kindergarten/mailperson said about it, why they're returning it, how they got there. There's a long ass line but they need me to know they never return anything (lies). Then the whole chip vs no chip bs, followed by them blankly staring while the reader beeps to remove the card and then, because they're staring off I have to ask them to select a receipt only to get another back story on their choice.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-18 20:17:32
ID: 51844
Ok, so I have one major health vice. I like to drink Diet Coke. I drink several cans a day and I know it's like, so bad for you. But I also feel like it's the only "bad" thing I have--I eat mainly fruits and veggies and lean meats and nuts the rest of the day. I guess I could try giving it up, but I honestly don't want to. Maybe on a deeper level, I don't believe it's as bad for you as people claim it is. I don't know...it doesn't really give me headaches or anything. I feel like maybe other people really like Twinkies or Oreos or Doritos, and I happen to like Diet Coke.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-17 18:26:50
ID: 51820
I'm really loving "Young Sheldon"
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-16 15:06:55
ID: 51803
Ok, "This is Us" writers, admit it. You've got stock in kleenex, don't you? I cannot get through a single episode without crying. Not one.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: