She could have asked for help instead of hinting about racism. I just don’t get this cartoon. It’s OK to ask friends to help.
I have a floppy disk from when I used to volunteer computer classes. I liked to show them how tech was changing, so I kept samples of things that were no longer common. Like White Out. We don’t put that on our screens.
Put anything down, and a cat will either sleep on it or knock it on the floor. Except food, which will be eaten or knocked on the floor.
I am kind of surprised that the “find it” toilet paper wasn’t in the crock pot.
Sadly, those plastic items would best be cleaned up and put into – a large plastic bag. There really has to be a better way. I remember living without plastics pretty much as a child. We did just fine. Fast fashion is awful for the environment, yet it’s the youngest generation that claims to be so environmentally conscious that is happily buying new clothes made out of plastics and soon discarding them for new ones, since they are so inexpensive. I plan to work harder on only buying cotton and other natural fabrics in the future, even though I have always preferred them anyway. And I won’t change over my wardrobe often, either. Who says we have to update our wardrobe so regularly? If it’s still good, wear it. Then use cotton items as rags rather than paper towels. Don’t even get me started on the expense and landfill issues with paper towels!
Yes, I can. Sadly.
He could make her some popcorn at least. Or she could go sew or read. How hard is this?
Some day management might discover how far fixed incomes really are adequate.