immargarita t1_j77l4l4 wrote

I expect the bashing but we ate at that MadMex once when we lived in Oakland. Besides the service and drinx, never saw a reason to return, just boring stereotypical Mexican fare. I feel for the staff but that "restaurant group of burros" can collectively go fuck themselves.


immargarita t1_j6dsmpd wrote

From my experience, 98.9% of pick up truck drivers, drive like aggressive, entitled assholes. They regard nothing and no one and every time one signals, I nearly faint from the shock. One idiot was aggressively cutting people off when my partner was driving, just being so irresponsible and menacing, on one last attempt to cut my partner off, he lost control of his truck, smashed it into a wall and that was the end of his stupid joyride. At least he only smashed his own vehicle and didn't cause damage or harm to others but he certainly could have.


immargarita t1_j1shngf wrote

What is your ideal pizza tho? Everyone has different opinions on pizza but there are too many to base ones opinion on. I'm from NYC, I prefer NYC-style, my husband is from Australia and had his own (weird) preferences, but he also likes Michigan-style, however we both agree on what we like and expect in Margherita pizzas. I will, however, NEVER refer to what the fuck Chicago calls pizza, as pizza. Deep dish is not pizza, it's just a savory pie. 🤪


immargarita t1_j1puc93 wrote

LOVE this!!!! 💕. Confirming atheists aren't devil worshippers 😹. There's so much I want to get into in this city. Just celebrated our 4th year in Pittsburgh, 3 of which have been mostly taken up by Covid, 2 of those 3 years spent renovating the soon-to-be new home.
Definitely want to volunteer for numerous causes. I'm a massive animal lover, so that will be one, for sure but I love the ones you're taking on, not just good for the needy but helping others is so good for one's own happiness, mental health, etc.

First, I have to work at getting my driver's license which I can't say I'm looking forward to 😶

Good wishes to you for the new year! 🥳


immargarita t1_j1ooi5s wrote

Very sweet of you!!!! How was yours? I don't personally celebrate it anymore. I like the notion of Christmas but it feels weird as an atheist now. In addition, neither my partner nor I have family here so I have to say, it was a breeze. Just spent it packing and prepping for an upcoming move, which we're super excited about. These days we're just happy as heck for any days off, frankly. I'm giddily looking forward to the new year 🥳. Happy holidays, all!


immargarita t1_j1onk1c wrote

Yeah, this is why I can't complain. It's cold, freezing cold, our pipes froze, and our power went out some 200 times..... But we have a home that is intact and no catastrophe. The house next door and across from ours has had some external damage. I've been following the news outta Buffalo, it's so sad. Buffalo was getting slammed even before the start of winter. I'm from NYC but endeared to the whole state.

Hope you and yours are well and warm! 💕


immargarita t1_j1omdsz wrote

The rest of the country has it much worse! My eczema says hello at the first signs of cold weather. But I hate steamy summers, hate hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, etc., At least you're not in Upstate NY.


immargarita OP t1_iwi1z79 wrote

"Sanpaku gan" as someone posted earlier, explains it ALL. "According to Chinese/Japanese medical [3] face reading, when the white part of the eye, known as the sclera, is visible beneath the iris, it represents physical imbalance in the body and is claimed to be present in alcoholics, drug addicts, and people who over-consume sugar or grain.[4] Conversely, when the upper sclera is visible it is said to be an indication of mental imbalance in people such as psychotics, murderers, and anyone rageful. In either condition, it is believed that these people attract accidents and violence.[2]". So you're not wrong in reading this psycho's face; I'd cross the street if I saw any mofo looking that unhinged.