Parkerthon

My son's journal entry today

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Add my power to yours.

For love at first sight. Gives %{coin_symbol}100 Coins to both the author and the community.

When you follow your heart, love is the answer

I'm in this with you.





Agreed, kid.

Gives 100 Reddit Coins and a week of r/lounge access and ad-free browsing.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.







Husband knows how to trigger wife

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

*Lowers face into palm*

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

A glowing commendation for all to see

Gives 100 Reddit Coins and a week of r/lounge access and ad-free browsing.


A date which will in infamy for so many

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

A glowing commendation for all to see

Add my power to yours.

When laughter meets percussion

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

To pay respects.

When you come across a feel-good thing.


I like her, she seems unstable

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Latin for distinguished, this award shimmers like silver and is stronger than steel. It’s for those who deserve outsized recognition. Gives 2,500 Reddit Coins and three months of r/lounge access and ad-free browsing.

Prayers up for the blessed.

I'm in this with you.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

I needed this today

A glowing commendation for all to see

Let's sip to good health and good company

When laughter meets percussion


Lots to unpack here

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

An amazing showing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.










curious for cat... terrifying for us.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

I'm in this with you.

Sometimes you just got to dance with the doots.

Listen, get educated, and get involved.

I needed this today




  1. People are insisting it means it’s fake but I was like that as a kid and still struggle with handwriting now, despite being an art student

  2. Interesting, I have terrible handwriting. My son does too. Ended up learning to print for school note taking 20 years ago as soon as I was allowed. Cursive was the worst. Not an artist either but I can type very fast and write rather well. it’s rarely an issue in my adult life.

  3. Probably woulda typed that if I meant it, huh?

  4. If you’re talking about a 6 ft 6 in 380 lb offensive linemen that is constantly trying to condition their body to move normally despite intentionally keeping an extra human or two worth of weight on their frame… sure, they can run. Avg fat ass american like him on vacation running in sand trying to keep with a boat pulling him forward at full throttle? No way.

  5. Man.... Look. A lot of being fat is about perception. How we see ourselves, and how we think other people see us. And the motivation to get healthy isn't an on/off switch for a lot of us, it's a sliding scale. Some things push the scale towards the motivated side, and some things push the scale towards the unmotivated side. One of the biggest hurdles is thinking that because a person might be fat, they'll be made fun of or shamed for even trying.

  6. Well I'm a fat ass American too, so I don't say that in spite, more matter of fact. Lots of even more obese people in my family too, some that go up and down. It's reflective of our society at this point. I don't blame or make excuses, just is what it is and I know many reasons why it happens. As far as the, to paraphrase, downward spiral, I personally find it's impossible to create motivation out of nothing, but people can find motivation from all sorts of things both negative and positive being given to them. From getting called a fat ass by some jerk, to being told they have worth, to being told they are going to die if they don't change. Personally, I get more motivation from people that say I can't than those that say I can.

  7. I’ve seen a case of eminent domain in my neighborhood make it all the way to the supreme court. They attempted to force the sale of several hold out home owners in a residential neighborhood along a highway exit. Working class houses in an affluent area that needed more shopping areas. The supreme court of ohio ultimately agreed it was an inappropriate use of eminent domain. Three houses stood in a huge clearing for years. Eventually they got paid and they developed it anyway(neighborhood was already gone). Point is all this stuff can be challenged in court if a competent lawyer is willing to.

  8. Nah, in my experience toddlers don’t care what’s on their faces enough to wipe it. With my boys I had to practically sit on them to get them to let me wipe their face/nose/etc. That’s a hundred percent a breast fed toddler(guessing 2ish) recalling something. Nuzzling like that is common. Dad of two boys that were breast fed so I know and yes it’s hilarious especially the rare instances when they did it in public. The looks of people that don’t know why is priceless.

  9. People that still breast feed when kids are this old are fucking weird

  10. Everything about being a parent is fucking weird. I don’t recall my parents doing 90% of the daily tedious tasks I have to do for these tiny impulsive humans, but they did. Like how many times do I have to demonstrate correct butt wiping. Raising kids changes your perspective on everything including breast feeding if the mom chooses to do it(lot of work tbh).

  11. Right? Who leaves someone hanging for 30 minutes? In your home? And on the first date when you're basically a stranger??

  12. Oh for sure, I’d be freaked out. Like um, ok byeee. Dude needs some help with that crippling anxiety, damn. Also paranoia. How much weed are they smoking?

  13. Sometimes in big companies a lot of people have your number and don't know you're on vacation, it's better to handle things professionally rather than leave people uninformed.

  14. I agree with this 100% except that lots of people at large companies would text you. Maybe a person or two but I have a hard time envisioning that these days. Pretty much all large companies have a collab platform like Slack/Teams or email even that keeps their employees connected 24/7 and allows people to reach out to just about anyone. Why text?

  15. Imagine the conversations of the people that work at the company that makes this vibrating toothbrush. Trying to explain to their CEO why this one model is selling particularly well to a certain demographic of the population. That or they’re still scratching their heads.

  16. Not being able to drop 5grand on a flight makes you poor? Lol

  17. Oh, to many 2nd generation wealthy people, yes, yes it does. To them riding in coach might as well be riding in a luggage hold surrounded by farm animals. I have met and personally known enough old wealth people to know this. It’s not even that they think they’re better than everyone, they just abhor having their normal life disrupted for a minute when money usually gets them whatever they want. And don’t think your brood would be any different. Once you set the bar of comfort at a certain level, it truly is hard to go back. Whether its driving a new car and then being forced to drive a beater or becoming accustomed to flying first class only to be shoved in coach. Difference is if you came from more humble means, it’s not as bad. Almost nostalgic. It literally makes the idea of generational wealth seem like a curse… for the children anyway. :-)

  18. Not going to lie, this irritates me greatly. Stopped playing game because of it. I refuse to pay twice just to get IE. Ridiculous they didn't consider they didn't make this a development priority to support and not penalize their most loyal customers.

  19. And the fact that the majority was in front of other people. Nothing makes a marriage last like making fun of your wife in front of your friends and family.

  20. Or having a spouse that can’t take(and give) a little ribbing is also a reason for divorce. Nothing dooms a relationship like realizing you’re in it with someone that takes themselves so seriously they can’t take a joke at their expense. But of course it can easily go too far and be mean. My wife’s best friend’s ex would make fun of her all the time in front of her friends. At first it was funny because she tries so hard to be “perfect” and it sort of lightened the mood, but then it became uncomfortable because she became clearly annoyed and he didn’t relent. After a while we realized he did that to everyone he knew well and it was obnoxious. So I know exactly the type. I just wouldn’t assume this from a few tiktok videos that got them both tons of views all over social media as well as on dr drew. We should all be able to make fun of ourselves. If you get offended by that, especially if it’s from someone you know/love/trust, you need to ask yourself why.

  21. There’s having fun and there’s being cruel. I didn’t say people shouldn’t set boundaries to ward off jerks who likely couldn’t take a joke themselves, I just said people should ask themselves why they are so offended by teasing. I have known many people out there that are highly insecure and can’t take a joke, while also casually disparaging other people they hardly know. Aka reddit. Humor, let alone the type that involves poking at people’s idiosyncrasies, is highly contextual and can easily be misread if you’re not in on the joke. I only go there with good friends, family, and wife. I never want to make somebody feel bad. The point is to make them feel loved for who they are, warts and all, with a little good humor weaved in to demonstrate that. I only posted what I did because there’s people on here projecting their insecurities and cringing at things THEY are uncomfortable with while claiming this guy is effectively torturing his wife for clicks. She’s in on the joke and is the star of the prank, it’s easy to see that. I promise you she’s gotten more positive attention from this quirk than negative. 2 million tiktok followers when you’re a brand consultant will make anyone feel just fine with a little gagging and public embarrassment. So to the people that can’t fathom the idea, I suggest they figure out what bothers them so much about being teased. That’s all. There’s plenty of exceptions where my generalities don’t apply or require more consideration. I’m talking about the hordes of people that roll around the internet chastising people for having a laugh at someone else’s situation in the name of mental health when in reality it can have the opposite effect where nobody talks about something weird someone does and the “targeted” person becomes even more self aware.

  22. Some trains will dump their stuff onto the track as soon as you flush it - historically that was the norm in the UK and signs asked you not to do it while in a station. I once saw a tomato plant growing out from the middle of a track. It's getting less common now.

  23. As of 1999 I road a train in switzerland that had this. You could literally see the train track through the hole in toilet. I was stunned.

  24. Yes but how much of the “delivery fee” did they pay her? Kidding. I despise how tipping works in our country. It shouldn’t be a major factor in anyone’s compensation much less for people that do low level jobs. It’s just another way for bad greedy people to screw good hard working people over. Then, insult upon injury, good people have to shell out twice as much to counter the aholeness they put out in the world. Tipping SUCKS. It should be truly optional in the way you’d buy a friend dinner or do random acts of kindness. All it is now is just another way to squeeze the working and middle class.

  25. The only counter to that is to regift them to the collection plate.

  26. At one of those ridiculous low key holier than thou sheep herd mega churches.

  27. I’d just chalk it up to everyone involved being on drugs, including the dogs.

  28. I usually don’t either but Tuesday when I went to FRX health in East Liverpool they wouldn’t even let me see the product let alone touch it. I typically go to a different dispo but decided to switch it up. I guess it just kinda depends on the place/workers that day.

  29. That’s insane. Definitely should let you see it upon request. Holding it depends on dispo. I can see how poor eyesight would make someone holding it for you an awkward experience you’d like to avoid since there’s a bit of a dance getting it focus for older far sighted adults, much less for other visually impaired folks. The whole order online and pickup system has its flaws. Sunnyside isn’t only one that makes mistakes inputting info.

  30. Nah, they spent tons of money erecting huge participation trophy statues all over the south.

  31. Yep, putting up statues of dead confederate racists was definitely their way of finding glory in utter defeat.

  32. When you turn light off, what does it look like? See where I’m going with that?

  33. So my family stayed in an rental apartment in Valencia Spain that had a door just like that but just for the master bath so it was more laughable than an awkward issue. Same deal, perfect shot of the throne through a lightly private see through glass door. We concluded it has to be a preference based entirely on a kink. The other reasons for doing it make zero sense.

  34. If there isn't any natural light in the bathroom (and I am suspecting the shower is where a window would go), then that door is transparent for a reason and the landlord might not allow permanent changes.

  35. It’s a silly choice to put a glass wall across from a toilet but agreed it’s workable if the price is right. Kind of a red flag that they’re weirdos. Weird landlords can make a person’s life hell. I’d probably ask if the landlords renovated it that way and why. If they didn’t I’d see what they’d agree to in order to not show a very vivid outline of someone on the toilet. If they don’t understand the potential problem you’d have with that, that’s also a red flag. Don’t want landlords that blow you off either.

  36. My neighbor once came to me about some flood lights I installed, on motion detection, after my car was broken into. Turns out these lights would flip on from just a car driving by in the street and it was so bright it was illuminating his house and making his dog bark in the house at all hours.

  37. Same thing happened with my neighbors soon after I moved into a new home. I text them and was super polite and emphasized how hard it was for me to complain. They were super polite in return, explained why it was, and fixed it. Leds are insanely bright these days and when they’re pointed away from your house, it’s easy to not be aware how often they turn on and how bright they really are.

  38. I don’t understand why forza still has these issues ongoing. Part of why I quit shortly after 5 launched. Too many annoying bugs and graphical glitches which takes them years to fix if ever.

  39. No way.. sparkling water is the ultimate mama hack - the sparkling base is the exact same as the base in a fizzy sugary drink. Kids don't know any better and get to enjoy the fizzy fun without any sugar or additives. My three year old loves fizzy water, she calls it angry water because it fizzes in her mouth.

  40. It’s incredibly common in europe, especially in germany I noticed. And they drink it room temp or just slightly chilled which is a whole other thing to adjust to. Us Americans just need that punch of heavy concentrate corn syrup, artificial flavoring, and ice to be added in order to make something worth drinking. Caffeine is a bonus as well.

  41. We have a neighbor that parks directly across from our driveway. It makes delivery people and visitirs drive through our lawn since our driveway is only 8 ft wide. It’s also annoying when back out. But it’s okay. We deal. People need to stop being so petty and entitled about everything. You don’t want neighbors, move to the country(although I’ve seen people fight over sillier things out there).

  42. Like don’t touch my space bitch, even though it’s not mine.

  43. Their space radiates out like a burning sun apparently.

  44. The head cock with wide dead eyes reminds me of a Velociraptor from Jurassic Park trying to figure out what it is that it’s about to eat. That tense camera shot right before carnage happens.

  45. PAX black brown elements (wardrobes, drawers et cetera) will not be back for the forseeable future.

  46. Thanks. One of the main selling points to Ikea's cheap flat pack furniture is it's modular and can be customized lending itself to being a better value long term since you can add on and replace things. But now having seen them simply drop something without warning, I have to consider Ikea will drop any modular system product I might buy from them at a moment's notice. That makes their stuff, especially their more expensive stuff, a whole lot less desirable.

  47. That's 8 and a 1/2 months potency starts to decrease after about 4 months tops So this is not anywhere close to as good as it would have been 6 months ago

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