[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 19 points 1 day ago

I had a similar experience. I was maybe 17, driving alone at night to choir practice. Stopped at a red light on an empty street and a guy walked straight up to my car and tried to open the passenger door. It was locked and thankfully the light turned green a second later. I peeled out.

Human beings are FUCKED.

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 12 points 3 days ago

Drawing. I tried so hard in school, practiced regularly, and never got better. I'm in my 30s now and my DND group still makes fun of me when I draw anything other than walls on the wet erase mat.

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 223 points 1 month ago


And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.

He's a sinner.

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 135 points 2 months ago

"I never thought the leapords would eat MY face" says member of the Leapords Eating Peoples Faces party

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 297 points 4 months ago

You know... under my clothes I'm naked right now!

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 116 points 6 months ago

You're exactly the kind of person who would beg to shut down central park because someone got mugged there, just like he talks about in the article, which you clearly didn't read.

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 130 points 7 months ago

Dumb take.

I'm in my 30s and working an office job is way less stressful overall than school was. When I'm done with work, I can go home and stop thinking about it.

With school, you can never study "enough", so its always creeping in the back of your subconscious. And good grades alone don't cut it - you've also got to participate in extracurriculars and turn yourself into a trained monkey to write an "interesting enough" college essay. Oh and if you screw any of this up, your entire adult life could be ruined.

Diligent students have it way harder than office workers. Kids need our support and sympathy.

[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 227 points 8 months ago

Correlation does not imply causation.

  • People who spend more time online will be exposed to more scams, and therefore are more likely to fall for one. If you don't see any scams because you don't know how to open "the internet", you won't see scams you can fall for.
  • Gen Z could just be more likely to self report. Self-reporting fault or failure is less socially acceptable among the culture of the boomer generation. Entirely possible Boomers are just lying or not self-reporting.
[-] reversebananimals@lemmy.world 154 points 8 months ago

tl;dr $30 per claim

submitted 9 months ago* (last edited 9 months ago) by reversebananimals@lemmy.world to c/foodporn@lemmy.world

I made this dish as a way to practice creative food plating. Its a baked sliced chicken breast served over homemade romesco sauce.

The chicken is garnished with pickled green onions, cillantro, white pepper, pickled radish slices and light sesame seeds, with dabs of wasabi for dipping.

The vegetables are pickled julienned carrots, cherry tomato juliennes and charred julienned red pepper and brussel sprout.


I finally nailed the crust bubbles...

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