@signalstation Also, I don't know about your area, but in Brooklyn there are groups of people who go out and take all the aluminum cans from people's recycling (to try and make some money), so I've love to see a recycler/racoon rumpus erupt.
Broken vacuum cleaner.
Bowling bag (with or without ball).
Disgusting mildewy vegetables that were purchased and never eaten.
Almost empty bottles of alcohol.
Airship repair kit missing one critical tool.
Confidential to last night's @katre : when a friend you've known for over a decade says something nice about you, they probably mean it and are not secretly making fun of you.
Sincerely, your insecurities.
Meat eating, root beer
To be clear, habenero is fine, it's root beer I disagree with.
Went to #aikido weapons practice tonight, and Sensei said "good job" to me _twice_.
I may faint from all the praise.
And it's done!
In a work conversation this morning (starting early because I am annoyed), I was about to use the idiom "jump the gun", then realized I wasn't sure it was familiar enough to my non-English-native colleagues.
Anyone have any advice or reading I can do? I'm trying to be more inclusive, although all of my colleagues have excellent English I don't want to accidentally cause confusion.
@vicorva You are absolutely right to feel good about that, it doesn't matter how many copies. In fact, now I'm going to be happy for you, too!