I also like that you have a pillow in the background that reads “no dogs.” I assume there’s other text there that’s obscured. In fact it says “No dogs allowed on this sofa.” I do believe that they can read it and show that pillow the respect it deserves. On the subject of “household stuff,” the Salvation Army showed up yesterday to remove my mattress foundation, so now my hallway is empty again, and it’s totally weird. Gold star start to your (theoretically) no spend weekend. Plus they have that dollar rack right next to the entrance that is always filled with crap, but it’s funny crap or, like, a cool toy or something, and I always want that kind of stuff. But my hotel room is already paid for, the fees are covered and this one provides lunch, dinner and beer. NICOLE: Do you mean that you paid for your hotel, or that the field hockey team did? I’m splitting the room with three other girls, so it’s super cheap.
Amy can talk about art history, Scully can talk about opera, Boyle can talk about food, Rosa has to babysit Gina and stop her from stealing (although it's too late). Turns out, everything, when it comes to the internet.How you represent yourself online means a lot these days; whether you’re applying for a new job and, along with your references, the potential boss does a little Facebook perusing to find you; or you’re meeting a possible romantic partner (or hook-up) who you met on Tinder and you just wanna stalk their Instagram…just a bit.We would all be straight up lying if we said we didn’t judge people based on their online personae.And the first thing you read about a person online: their name or chosen handle.