IMHO, I concur.
He probably just appreciates their moral stance.
That’s my method as well, except for the part about replacing worn sheets.
Sounds like choosing quantity over quality.
That would be room 237 in the movie, or room 217 in the book.
A sailor interpreted either a single or double “Aye” as, “I heard the order, I understand the order, and I will execute the order.” More flexibly in the Army, “Hooah” can mean anything but “no.”
Exactly. Birds don’t have teeth, so the gizzard serves as the same purpose. When I brought my nephew, who has chickens, some old salsa, he jumped dumped it in the dirt and they pecked it right up.
In keeping with current events, Bob didn’t need to probe for occupancy. He could have just strolled in like he owned the place. If confronted by another user, he could just claim that he was expressing his right of identifying with the opposite of his birth gender.