I wrap a towel around my hair (the upside down, twist, flip model to be exact--it makes a difference in this case) when I get out of the shower. I leave it there for about 3 minutes and then take it out. Apparently I left it in there too long this morning and so I had to walk around all day with a funky hair lump near the top of my head. Very annoying!
Someone PLEASE help me out here. In my apartment complex there is a car license tag that says "MANDIRE." What does that mean? My Google searches leave me confused, so I figure there's an obscure joke I'm missing somewhere and one of you guys will know the answer.
I forgot to take my lunch to work today so I went to Sonic. Breakfast burrito combo. YUM! Has anyone else noticed that all of the Sonics have removed the ledge under the menu meant for trash? Does this annoy anyone else that tries to throw away their trash? Now instead of immediately disposing of my lard-laiden meal, I have four options:
a) Get out of car and find a trash can on the patio,
b) Leave in (new) car until I remember to take it to my apartment or fill up with gas,
c) Toss out the window somewhere,
d) take it with my to work and dump in trash outside of doorway
A is a sucky option. It involves more work. B means the trash might sit in my car for a while and make the new car smell go away. I just don't do option C unless it's a tiny piece of paper (e.g., straw wrapper), liquid, or gum. Thus, D seems the best option. The problem with this option is that I work in a glass building. I feel like everytime I get out of my car with my empty Sonic bag that there are at least 10 vegans staring out their windows at me and saying "Tsk tsk. That girl went to Sonic again! That's the 5th time this year!" Then I have to take the "walk of fast food shame" across the parking lot, up the quarter flight of stairs outisde and put it in the trash there. I'm pretty sure I stand nearly alone in my shame of eating fast food, but whatever. The odd thing is that I have no problem walking up with my Sonic drink cup. It's the empty bag that gets me every time.