Another classic Urban Legend: “they’re called ‘pull-ups’ if your palms face away from you, and ‘chin-ups’ if they face towards you” (in fact, pull-ups and chin-ups are the same thing)
Sure, you can tear apart bunches – a few weeks ago, I only needed one banana.
It is also becoming a nuisance – unlike tennis, pickleball uses harder balls and paddles, which make a lot of noise, and the players don’t tend to be quiet either, so there are complaints from people who live near pickleball courts
Exactly. This is a useful talent – especially when the delivery person doesn’t bother to knock or ring the doorbell
Ironically, the University of California dropped its history requirement (every student, regardless of major, had to take at least one history course in order to graduate) because it felt that the history requirement in the high school courses needed to enroll in the first place was sufficient.
Excuse me? First of all, to get a save, the last releiver must either (a) have entered with the tying run on base, coming to bat, or on deck, (b) entered on or before the start of the 9th with a lead of 3 runs, or © entered on or before the start of the 7th. Second, if the releiver enters the game with the lead (or the game tied) and loses the game, the releiver gets the loss.
There is nothing wrong with a pepperoni, extra cheese, and pineapple pizza – well, except for the carbs in the pineapple, but if you’re ordering pizza, who’s counting carbs?
But first, a side trip to Times Square, where you make millions of dollars disappear…by trying to open a magic-themed restaurant
I wonder if that’s one of those schools where, at the ceremony, they give you an empty folder at the ceremony – “We’ll give you the diploma later, if you don’t do anything we don’t like at the ceremony like tossing beach balls around or putting a message on your cap, or if you owe the school money.”
I’m surprised her grandma can afford to get her ice skates in the first place – especially given her shoe size