Smart boys makes passes at girls with glasses and braces.
It’s from Carolyn Hax’ column in the Washington Post from March 21, 2020.
Dear Carolyn: My daughter and her husband have a large home, and when we visit, we stay with them at their request.
My issue is their housekeeping. Between the dogs, sinks overflowing with dirty dishes, and rotting food in the fridge, I have no place to go to de-stress. Even our bedroom is full of stuff. There is literally no uncluttered surface in their home. I believe there is some hoarding going on.
There is a nice hotel very nearby, so I could have my own space when I need it. But how to address this without hurting anyone’s feelings? I love my daughter and her family, but I am an anxious basket case by the time I leave and am already stressing about our next visit. We visit twice a year and stay no more than four nights.
For me, step one is to choose a comfortable posture and begin emptying my mind with simple mental arithmetic progressions.
Groan of appreciation
Figures I’ve seen are one of eight hundred opossums and one of a thousand.
That nice BCN infographic has at least one error that could be important. Rabies is rare in opossums but does occur.
A bit of projection? On my screen Janis acts as if she’s just out of bed and short on caffeine.
Your misspelling makes the statement incorrect.