I’ve never had occasion to use it, but I wonder if “your right to smell stops with my nose” would work. As a hint, of course; not practically.
I love dressing well and am a shoe-shopping fan, but I am SOOOOO glad we wore uniforms in high school. It was all-girls, but on the days we could wear civvies, you’d think we’d never SEEN non-uniform clothing before. The nuns practically needed wooga horns to get out attention away from cooing over each other.
Uh-oh! SOMEbody’s been listening in on the Oval Office science briefings again!
Felicity is a contrite, humble wrong-doer by comparison with Lorie Laughlin, who can’t be decent even being dragged to it kicking and screaming.
And the lesson here is: Sometimes life goes away while you’re looking at your phone.
“And it was about this time….” I LOVE this comic!!!!
Well, the good news is…she can never sneak up on you. Right? um, right?
Why, oh WHY, do we pay for public “education”?
For a variety of reasons we rely on our watch-BC to alert us when someone is at the door, which he does very effectively. And after we pull ourselves off the ceiling we tell him what a goo’ boy he is.
Ah dunno Delores…you’re the one who asked Allen a question.