murderpotato said:That’s kind of the same for me really HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA /sobs
see? it’s a great idea. foolproof.
cheshirejen said:unless the bites are in clusters of 3, it’s not bed bugs. if she really insists on it, put all your clothes in garbage bags and keep them tied up. I had a bed bug scare in 2012, so feel free to ask me any questions!
Yeah, they’re not in clusters of 3. We did have bed bugs a few months ago, and I had to wash all my bedding in 60C. it’s just hard. And my landlady gets paranoid about it. Because my other flatmate (her niece) is on holiday, and it’s just her, her two kids, and me. So I have to clean up after the kids and take out their laundry, and I think she’s a bit stressed because there’s no one else to babysit the kids. and I’m not an aupair. I don’t really like to hang about when she’s stressed. I can’t work with her because she gets really distracted when multitasking. And while I would yell at the kid to sit down and don’t move and would prefer him to be on the ps3, she wants the kid to help. Which makes tasks take longer and harder to get done. /endrant
things could be worse. I could be in singapore for christmas, being made to talk to relatives I don’t like. ALSO since my grandfather moved to my room in sg, I have a really good excuse for not going back.
I hate talking about my mental health in public or to anyone it’s dumb it’s a deficiency and most of all, it’s a drag. It’s such a downer.
so my landlady has told me to clean my room and take the clothes off my bed. but I can’t hang them up because I have to keep my clothes rail clear so I have somewhere to hang my laundry when it dries. She wants the clothes off my bed because she’s scared of bedbugs, and I’ve gotten 2 insect bites on my neck. Also I have to do my laundry, but I can’t, because she’s not very good at emptying the washing machine after she washes her (and the kids’) clothes, and leaves it there, and uses the washing machine a lot so I can’t do my washing.
also my functionality is limited at the moment so it’s hard for me to do things. and it’s easy for her to say, because she doesn’t work at all.
I don’t know how I haven’t seen this before! But this is amazing.
I have figured out how to go home with the aid of a barclays bike on christmas day WHEN NO TRAINS OR TUBES OR BUSES ARE RUNNING
there is the small detail of learning how to cycle.
I don’t know what I’m doing with my future except that if it’s within my control, I want to stay in a country that is not singapore and also go places to visit people. THAT’S ABOUT IT. I mean and also earn money but I really have no preference how I earn it.
watched the tom daley video.
I WANT TO CRY and I’m not even on my period
idina menzel, jonathan groff, santino fontana ALL IN ONE MOVIE
okay I’m watching frozen. it’s set.
The Hufflepuff common room is known as the coziest and most secure at Hogwarts. Just like badgers, Hufflepuffs live underground in circular rooms that are accessed through a hidden tunnel. Located near the kitchens it is the only common room that does not require a password but a rhythm tapped out on barrels. However get it wrong and you will find yourself doused in vinegar as it is also the only common room with a repelling device. Once inside you will find rooms filled with plants, patchwork quilts, and sunlight giving it a homely atmosphere that is said to always feel warm and welcoming.
Annually, there is a major New York City sporting event that attracts affluent white people by the thousand: The US Open. Guests in white shorts, pastel sweaters and polos flood every hotel in NYC to take in some tennis and then laugh in your face when you suggest taking the subway.
Here are some 100% real quotes from US Open guests this year:
“I didn’t ask where the bottled water was. I asked where the Evian was.”
“I’m very frustrated with your televisions. You don’t carry BBC 3, only BBC America?”
“WHERE IS THE CLOSEST TALBOTS? HURRY.”
“Excuse me, boy. Fetch me a bottle of water.”
“Hi sweetie. My grandkids drink Pepsi, not Coke. Is the owner of [major hotel brand] here so we can fix that?”
“HAVE YOU SEEN MY WIFE? SHE WAS ON HER WAY TO TALBOTS.”
“Where’s a good restaurant nearby where rich people go?”
"I can’t believe you don’t have a room ready for me. I just had to fly economy!"
"WE COULDN’T FIND A TALBOTS. PLEASE ORDER ME A CAR TO THE CLOSEST NORDSTROM’S. WE’LL PAY ANYTHING."