macktwentyseven replied to your post: Who makes the better cheeseburger? the worst? any honorable mentions? :) Not exactly down the street but Mr. Bartley’s in Harvard Square has the best burgers around. Red Robin in Patriot’s place has been good every time I’ve gone.
Really? The couple of times that I’ve been to a Red Robin it was unimpressive. I have a really high standard for what qualifies as a good burger. I make Jack Daniel’s BBQ cheeseburgers at home that I’ve been told are better than sex by many people.
I don’t got into Boston and its surrounding areas unless I absolutely have to. There’s too much traffic. I find it very stressful to drive in. even if I’m only the passenger.
“If your butthole likes having things in it, go forth and enjoy. If it doesn’t, then you should probably listen to your body and leave your anus to its main purpose of excreting waste. If you’re trying to placate a boyfriend who won’t stop nagging you about fucking you in the ass, then he himself is an asshole, and I’d suggest he go fuck himself.”—Stoya, on the will to perform (via zombiemovies)
Who makes the better cheeseburger? the worst? any honorable mentions? :)
There isn’t a lot of burger places near where I live. I wouldn’t say any of them make an outstanding burger. The only restaurant worth mentioning that isn’t a chain is Clyde’s Roadhouse. Chain restaurants are pretty much always hit or miss.
Does a person's occupation matter when you date someone?
It depends on what type of date you’re referring to. If I was interested in someone then I would go out on a date to get to know the other person regardless of their profession.
If you’re talking about entering into a relationship then the person would have to stable full time job. The actual profession of the person is irrelevant. There only exception to that statement would be if the person was dead set on leading a 24/7 feedist lifestyle. The reality of that particular situation is that it simply isn’t possible on a limited income.
As always I’m grateful for all of my wonderful fans who have continued to show their support over the years. I’m also thankful that I finally got to meet several awesome people who I’ve known online for various periods of time during the Labor Day and Halloween BBW bashes. Last but not least for having an amazing best friend who has put up with me for over thirteen years.
murismur said: The options available when you get to 0 are the reasons why I went and stopped stretching there :)
That’s why I did it as well. It just took me a long time to go from 2 to 0. My ears just didn’t seem to want to stretch that last little bit. After a bit of blood, lube and pain I finally got my other plug in yesterday. My ears already feel ten times better already. I’m hopeful they’ll be completely healed by the time I get new jewelry.
Why is going from 2 to 0 so hard? Last night one of my 2 gauge tunnels fell out so, this morning I’ve been trying to put my 0 gauge tapers in. It’s been about twenty minutes of them falling out since they’re so top heavy.
I’ll upload my new weigh-in and measurements clip tomorrow. I’m too fucking tired to deal with processing a video tonight. I’m sorry for the delay but the other video took longer than expected to process.