Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Andrew99, Jul 31, 2020.
I hate peas near potato unless in cottage pie, otherwise I feel nauseous.
wattpad isnt that bad, the ao3 tag system may be literally amazing but the wattpad comments are *chefs kiss*
Pretty much this.
Pretzels suck and taste like crap. Only like them for the salt.
Channing Tatum doesn't do a thing for me and never has. I don't understand what all the fuss over him is about.
People should not loose their jobs for not getting the vaccine.
With the vaccine at a 95% success rate the risk is primarily among the un-vaccinated who choose to accept that risk.
I don’t like babies. I think they are cute but I’d go insane having to take care of a baby full time. I’ll love being an aunt if my siblings have kids, I don’t mind babies in small doses. I like children, when they are past the fully dependent stage. Old enough to be toilet trained and feed themselves and dress themselves.
I’m a special care baby nurse, you would hate my job!!
Most pop/rap combos don't sound good together.
*Looks at Maroon 5's singles for the last couple of years*
You're in good company, M.R. James, one of England's finest authors of ghost stories, used to draw the curtains and close the shutters in summer, so he could sit and write ghost stories pretending it was the darkest depths of winter.
Although sunny weather is nice, I do like a dark stormy night better.
We should start a club!
Marvel's MCU films aren't that good.
But everything taste better with pineapple!!!
Vaccine mandates are a violation of freedom and a tyrannical over reach of government.
Irregardless of what the written law says.
People need to be allowed to decide their own risk.
You are giving up freedom when you have the government legislate every little aspect of safety.
Okay, so I understand it has been reclaimed by the community and that it is a perfectly valid identity but I still wince internally when someone tells me they're "queer". Not because I disagree with an umbrella identity like that but just the word itself.
I know there is power in reclaiming words and by the time I was in high school I begin to see "queer" used positively(e.g. the OG Queer Eye, Queer as Folk). However, growing up 98% of the time when I heard queer it was used with a very, very negative connotation, sometimes by family members. I can understand the identity it represents and I support that 100% but man why did we have to use that word?
Nicholas Cage is a terrible actor.
Cats are funnier than dogs and ghosts are real
The NHS and government managed healthcare is a disaster.
I like country music Lol. And I don’t like when it sounds like pop music.
Also - I don’t really dig rainbows. I kind of hate when a straight person thinks they are supporting me by handing me rainbow swag.
I don’t hate anything involving tomato sauce or minced beef. That includes pizza and most other Italian dishes that my family knows how to make. I’ve always disliked pizza but the other dishes could be because the last two times I ate spaghetti bolognese (about 10 YEARS apart) I threw up.
It's funny cause I only recently realized this was now an 'okay' term again, so I sort of wince too. I thought it was bad; even though I actually almost never ran into it myself. Except for reading a young adult's book from the 70s that used it in it's old definition of simply "strange", which sounded really funny / anachronistic.
My unpopular opinion is all this fuss over words is irritating and a waste of time. Words mean different things to different people. I don't care what people call me, I care more about the intent behind their words. And I like swearing and using 'bad' words. [even the F word >_> which I'm sure is not very popular around here. That word btw, has a really interesting history/origin]