Now we're done with the Friday venting, what's good in life? Got a new job? Have a date? Going out to a socially distanced restaurant? Climbing, sailing, riding or just working up a hard-earned thirst?
14c off for a sore tummy
Stupid question but can we break off bananas from a bunch? One bunch is usually too much for me and sometimes I just want one
If this is you, welcome to the older half of the population.
Australian median age: 38.4
It is dumbfounding how bad Qantas' had become in every aspect of the airline game.
From their booking system, flight experience to customer service, this once great Australian company has crumbled to disastrous lows.
I'd love to hear some of your horrendous experiences to confirm that I'm not alone in this observation.
Am I the only one who feels Byron bay is no longer worth going to?
It's lost it's charm and has become another beach suburb that's overpriced. With every visit, I question what I'm doing there..
For a similar amount of holiday money I can easily go overseas and have a blast with far superior service and food..
Edit: spelling correction
Feels like every second guy there went for runs without a top on. I got around it too and it felt so liberating, but feels like shirtless runs back home are less common — still acceptable though? Anyone here run shirtless?
I sat and just admired the sounds of nature on a journey I went on today, hope you enjoy :)
It was an absolute revelation, immediately perked up fries and a couple other snacks, amazing on popcorn. I ordered a (surprisingly expensive) shaker of the stuff, waited for the slow shipping…. and it was absolutely worth it.
I believe “good on ya” is the thing to say here.
If anyone wants to toss out recommendations I’d love to hear it. I think I’ve heard you all don’t use a lot of peanut butter, so here’s a recommendation - peanut butter and whipped honey sandwich on toast.
Sincerely, a bored American after a few glasses of scotch :)