Lawyer, likes to read, especially crime novels.
This reminds me of when my sister and I watched a movie based on Jane Austen’s life and she was sad when Jane didn’t get married in the end.
Are there germs that can survive naked flame? Seems to me that sneezing into your elbow is redundant when the sneeze is coated in fire.
This is a VERY satisfying story arc. About time a real adult got in Eiffel’s face! (Nothing against Luanne and her crew, but there’s a world of difference between an 18-year-old and a 40-year-old!)
How old is Katy, anyway? I wouldn’t stop her reading it regardless, but I’m trying to figure out exactly how impressed to be by her vocabulary and reading comprehension skills.
I love that the first response is “uh oh, your kid might learn about sex!” Guess what, teenagers are going to find their way to erotica no matter how strict you are. Might as well have a healthy dialogue about it.
I am now questioning my parenting skills. When Adam said “we can’t let Katy read the Godfather” my first thought was “why not?”
She is having a very different birthing experience than I did. Is this actually a thing some doctors do?
My people are from Prego.
Anybody else think their masks look like tighty whiteys?
Right?! My fingers don’t bend that way! Trust me, I tried =D