Lifehacks: Ham experts, please come in, also spanish keyboarding class

This is how Under Armour started.

I don’t even have one for every putter. But I dig em. And I will be adding to collections as the old putters get redone by @ThePutterDepot

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And Nike IIRC.

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Reverse searing steaks is great. You have 40-45 minutes to do all of your sides and other prep.

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Oh, yeah. I could weep for the steaks I’ve cooked over direct heat in the past. The worst thing is, like lots of guis, I thought I was doing a great job of cooking my steaks.

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I know I’m a couple days behind on this one, and I really love the film, but the rat trashed the ending for me. Like, Marty, we got it - your audience didn’t need that one spelled out…

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I don’t get “nice” clothing, I mean clothing is literally a social construct & doesn’t matter unless you’re like a firefighter or some shit like that who gives a shit

/jumps to contrarian takes thread

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/r/im14andthisisdeep

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Worked in a bar just off Princes Street, Edinburgh, always, always packed. Freebird and Stairway to Heaven came on 5 or 6 times a night. Nightmare. It was a remote juke box, with a couple of wall mounted terminals. We broke the padlock and every Friday and Saturday night thereafter would swap out for a couple that we liked. Double swap, so anyone punching our numbers wouldn’t get Freebird either.

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Went to a stag do…next thing I know I’m staggering along the street and a cop car pulls up beside me.
“Hey son, where’re you going?”
“Going home, offfficer.”
“Where’ve you been?”
“Ssstag do”
“Where’re your clothes?”
“Whatt?”
“Where are your clothes?”
Looks down, only wearing a shirt.
“Dunno”
“Where d’you live”
told them.
“Get in, you can’t go around like that”
Took me home.
Top floor apartment, toilet adjacent to front door, … I was playing an important rugby match the next day and apparently was on the way to the ground.
Mortal hangover, scrums were a bit fuggy.

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Before playing with strangers, think of a few questions besides “what do you do?” and “where do you play?”.

Make nachos in oven turned to broil, never microwave

Self help books can be great for motivation, but don’t confuse them for science or take them too seriously. Mostly all start at the end and work backwards, excluding other evidence. “Testing on the dependent variable”.

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“Ever heard of The Buck Club? Yes? Boy, do I have a website for you!”

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My usual ones are:

  • I drive a Subaru. What was the make/model of your first car?
  • Do you have a pet? What did you name your first?
  • My mother’s maiden name was Jones - what’s was your’s?
  • What bank do you do business with?

Things like that…

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“Do you know anyone that actually pays for porno these days?”

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That or religion & politics would be less uncomfortable…

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I was playing well during the 1st round of this 2 day team charity event and while standing on the 15th tee a guy from the opposing team asks me if, “I believe I’ll get into heaven after I die?” Never been more flustered in my life trying to figure out how to answer the guy without telling him to fuck off.

Played like shit the rest of the round.

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“I don’t believe in heaven at all sir” :man_shrugging:

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Yeah this is some Jaden Smith level philosophy

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“About what amount of money would make you uncomfortable to lose?”

“No you tell me your handicap first.”

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Right out of the gate: “How much money do you make a year?”

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