as in eggs?
Yeah. I mean, I like eggs, but the less runny the better. I like my scrambled eggs bone dry if possible. Runny cheeses offend me way more than runny eggs, though.
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therearedemonsinsideofus replied to your post: How do you feel about commercial indie rock? It’s a term I came up with to describe the music found in the likes of Apple commercials that tries really hard to sound like it’s on an independent label and “hip” but is really on Sony or some shit.
Phoenix circa Lost In Translation is okay, but, like yeah. Hate.
Oh yeah that song they have in Lost In Translation is pretty decent. I always forget that’s them. I guess I haven’t really heard anything else from that period.
i think their big song was ‘i hate everything about you?’ sounds spot on.
That’s the one. It’s a pretty bad song.
So I guess of the three, Third Eye Blind is the kind of bearable one. Because 3 Doors Down is the one that did Kryptonite and that song also sucks.
is butters a toilet drinker?
Ugh, we found out recently that he is, though we’ve been keeping the lid down lately so he can’t get at it. I may have forgotten to last night. He also likes to drink from underneath our drippy bathtub and kitchen sink faucets, so it could be that too.
It goes back and forth, I think… But then again, I’m only in season 3 right now. Season two, she gave Walt an unnaturally hard time for a man staring down death, like her feelings mattered more than Walt’s. Especially in the intervention.
I guess in season 2 her treatment of Walt can at times seem kind of harsh, out of proportion with the amount of information she has on his secret life. It becomes harder for me to sympathize with Walt once she makes it clear to him that she knows he’s not just being emotionally distant, and that he is actually hiding something from her. Once she finds out definitively what is going on in season 3, I think her actions become pretty consistently reasonable.