In a household with equal parts male & female, there should be no need for changing the seat for someone else. If the household has more females it’s polite to put the seat down as chances are a female will be next to use it. Alternatively, everyone could put the seat and lid down.
We should all be more like Jesus. Jesus saves.
(I’ll see myself out.. ;) )
Sheesh, people… two things:1- Men tend to require more calories than women… that’s science2- It’s just plain polite to give others the better portion than you give yourself… that’s social
It should be ingrained to ALL to be nice to others and to be humble. If everyone thought to keep the best only for themselves, “Me first, always”, society would crumble.
It’s got nothing to do with Karens screeching “Patriarchy!!” B.S. … it’s got to do with being a decent human being and caring for others. Period.
Write an essay about the benefits of going to a trade school instead of college. Compare and contrast the rate of return for cost vs. income, speed of return, likelyhood of employment , etc.
but… but… there’s no more “mean” tweets, right? (lol)
No TDS in Olddog, huh, folks? LOL!!!
A little bit of both, I guess. Neither group seem to apply either common sense nor the possibility of not understanding all the details to what they think MUST be the way everyone should do things.
And those same city people are the ones that vote for laws that make things harder for people in the rural/food growing areas to function. People felt sorry for chickens in cages, safe from fighting and potential predators, so the law is “cage free eggs” only to be sold in stores. Anyone notice how much eggs cost lately? Plus, a lot of products (baked goods, etc) use eggs, so those costs go up… people are removed from how and where food comes from, and then we all suffer.
“Cheap” is buying things that are inexpensive but not durable, or getting others to pay for things and not pitching in. “Thrifty” is spending your money wisely, and not frivolously, to get the most value out of what you do spend, while spending as little as possible.
I don’t understand how people think eating vegan can save the planet. Eggs aren’t baby chickens unless fertilized. One cow can provide meat for a family for many months, or milk for even longer… and having breastfeed my own kids, i know that when a cow’s udder is full, it is very happy to get milked and relieve that pressure! Take all these plants and add all the preservatives, processing, packaging and shipping, and you really think that’s healthier for you and the planet? Too many people today have no clue where food comes from besides “the store”.