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Linda Sharps
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My doctor's advice, paraphrased, upon observing my utterly non-SPF'd skin: "Are you . . . stupid?"

OKAY OKAY.
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After reading a post that got me all intrigued with how much nicer my bed could be if I ironed the sheets, I gave it a shot. Result: 30 minutes of wrestling with an iron and king-sized sheets, sheets that puddled on the floor and got dirty/wrinkled as I went, a bed that looks basically just like it always does when the sheets are freshly laundered except with a few extra ironed-in wrinkles.

Well, you can't say I'm not willing to have first-hand knowledge when I say WORST. IDEA. EVER. in my best Comic Book Guy voice.
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File this under Freaky Things to Randomly Get Paranoid About: did you know you can develop a potentially deadly allergy as an adult, with no warning whatsoever? My brother in law had a bowl of clam chowder yesterday and a short time later found himself in the ER getting an epi shot (after swelling up so dramatically he couldn't even swallow a Benadryl) -- doctors told him he's now officially allergic to shellfish and has to carry an epi pen wherever he goes, just in case. Dude had zero troubles with shellfish before. Scary!
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Went grocery shopping and bought only factory-farmed non-organic store-brand everything. Spent about 50% less. Goddamn.
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Official Play-Doh motto: "Really, Just Never Worth It, Unless You ENJOY Picking Crap Out of Carpet Fibers.™"
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Nothing like emailing a client in a tizzy about a supposedly missing paycheck only to discover the payment in my goddamned MAILBOX. Hi, I am a giant unprofessional douche.
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You GUYS. Chocolate peanut butter Bugles, have you tried them? Yeah, totally disgusting pathetic approximation of "food" and okay FINE I bought them at a gas station quickie mart but OH MY GAH. Best junk food ever.
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It was a portable DVD player for the kids, an incredibly detailed interactive map, a GPS, a library with unlimited books (and built-in nightlight), a computer for accessing the internet and email, and occasional family air hockey machine. All hail the iPad, best travel-related investment of all time.
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