Almost half of all action films on Netflix have a variation of this description: "He thought he was retired, but has to do one last job!
Another reason for short-sighted land developers to leave as many trees as possible when destroying/preparing the site for the next new neighborhood.
"People living in neighborhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress."
Don’t you hate it when you tell the self-checkout register that you want cash back. Then by the time you’re finished, because the $!?&@ machine has screwed up so many times, you’ve become distracted and forgotten all about the cash? Yep, if you want to get rich just follow behind me whenever I go to the grocery store. Luckily I’d only asked for $20.
Parenting tip #426: When taking out recycling/trash, check its contents. I almost threw out our daughter’s purse and wallet! #parentingtips
Every time Facebook shows me one of those notices saying something like "Hey there, we’ve been going through all of your posts and thought you might like to share this compilation," I feel like I’m being approached by some creepy guy on the street opening his trench coat to show me all of the compromising photos of me that he’s collected over the years.
Maybe it’s just me?
Maybe I should stop getting into such compromising positions?
Me (folding clothes): I need some of your hangers.
Elizabeth: Here you go.
Me: Wow, a variety of hanger types, thanks.
Elizabeth: Well, I am diverse!.
Her friends are diverse, actually, but it’s an inside joke with us about her overbearingly liberal school whose biggest source of pride is its "diversity."