The thing that really perplexes me about this whole thing is how EASY it was for them to burglarize so many celebrities' homes. Does no one lock their doors?! The house I grew up in in upstate bumblefuck NY, with very little worth stealing, would have been 10 times more difficult to break into.
There is something kind of dreamy and foggy about how this is written, but also so familiar and comforting and wonderful.
@bluewindgirl Ha SAME HERE.
This is giving me flashbacks (and surprisingly, cravings) for my student days of eating raw fake hotdogs dipped in mayo (I am not vegan), hiding in my room so my roommates wouldn't judge me.
@cherrispryte Also "peanut butter spoon dipped in cereal"
I actually feel like I might know at least one of the characters of pulling in real life, somehow. I'll let you know if they're available.
@jfruh Haha! I had to do this when I lived in France. Actually also when I studied in Canada, I had to pay my tuition this way. I was not a fan of walking around with a couple grand once a semester. (Then again, it was only CANADIAN dollars...)
I find it so weird that people use checks. I'm American but have lived in the UK for 5 years and checks don't even really exist anymore here... pretty much everything you do by bank transfer - rent, everything. It's a hell of a lot easier. I mean, isn't it 2012? Money doesn't even exist in real life anymore anyway, it's all on the computer.
She has made the "remarkable achievement of breathing in and out since 1952!"
(Thanks, Daily Mash - http://bit.ly/wNIt4n)