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    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? GlitterberrySoup 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Some of my fellow supervisors are about as intelligent as bags of hammers.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? GlitterberrySoup 7 points ago in AskReddit

    Learnt is not a word where I live. I don't think I will listen to this person.

    /s, obviously...?

    [–] Why are college campuses smoke-free, but not the campuses of other places? GlitterberrySoup 1 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    I work at a facility that has many buildings, i.e a campus. It's smoke free and we can be fired for non-compliance.

    [–] Ice cream sundae in a kitchen sink GlitterberrySoup 2 points ago in WeWantPlates

    Eat the whole thing and get the bumper sticker!

    [–] Hello, I'm a P4 student graduating in May and this is why I hate my career choice. GlitterberrySoup 3 points ago in pharmacy

    Student loans are no joke, I understand being stuck in that situation. And thanks for all your thoughtful responses in this thread. It's cool that even though you're venting you're also here to listen. That alone makes me feel pretty sure you'll be fine. (Also check out jobs with PBMs/insurance and drug companies after you've served your time with retail. 😁)

    [–] Hello, I'm a P4 student graduating in May and this is why I hate my career choice. GlitterberrySoup 1 points ago in pharmacy

    I'm "just a tech", but I know there are other things you can do with a PharmD besides retail. Have you looked into anything else?

    [–] A backpack, a laptop bag, AND a stylish/organized purse? Does such a thing exist? GlitterberrySoup 1 points ago in TheGirlSurvivalGuide

    This is what I repurpose all my ipsy bags for. I was initially disappointed in the lack of pockets in the Kanken but now I'm super organized.

    [–] Came home to a lovely surprise from my fiancé’s worthless space-waster GlitterberrySoup 39 points ago in Dogfree

    I just ended a marriage over dogs. (Ok, and some other issues, but dogs was one of the biggest ones.) I wasted a long time thinking it would get better and it never did. I now happily have my house back but I wish I would have listened to my gut feeling from the beginning.

    [–] Things you don't care ANYTHING about and would usually never talk about (because you don't care). GlitterberrySoup 2 points ago in CasualConversation

    I'm very much the same, I can never follow conversations at work about The Bachelor or whatever. I got into Black Mirror but I can honestly say that was the one of the few shows I watched in the last five years. People come to my house and are very surprised that I don't have a TV in my living room or my bedroom. (I do have one in a downstairs rec room/bar area.) I have such a short attention span and I'd rather use it consuming things that I find useful. Um, like Reddit I guess.

    [–] Flock of Bald Eagles in central Nebraska GlitterberrySoup 3 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    I have a red tail hawk nesting in the windbreak behind my house. Peak hunting time is apparently 6:30 am on any day I don't have to work. That screech is... really something.

    Combined with the coyotes, it's hard to convince friends who spend the night that no one is being murdered in the woods out back. Nature can be jarring if you're not used to its weirder sounds.

    [–] To be picture perfect... GlitterberrySoup 19 points ago in therewasanattempt

    Pinterest culture.

    "She was a size twelve!" No, she was 5'3" with a 22" waist. Even back then she was only a size twelve after a miscarriage.

    "If you can't handle me at my worst, you don't deserve me at my best." Cool, but she was constantly disappointed in love and committed suicide after a long battle with addiction. But keep looking to her as an inspirational figure to show your daughters.

    [–] Rubber ducks may harvest bacteria potentially causing eye, ear and stomach infections, says study - Four out of every five ducks tested included Legionella GlitterberrySoup 3 points ago in Health

    Yeah that works for the first few times and then you're like eh, fuck it, and just try to remember to squeeze all the water out. Then six months later you pick it up and peer inside the hole on the bottom and see the entire interior of the duck coated in black slime. Then you toss it and for some reason buy a new one to start all over?

    So glad my kids are near grown.

    [–] What's something embarrassing you're willing to admit? GlitterberrySoup 4 points ago in AskReddit

    What?! I do this stuff all the time. I know I have some depth perception stuff since I have one eye with better sight to the other, but I only wear my glasses when driving or at my computer because I can't walk with them on. It makes it somehow worse? And putting on lipstick, even with a mirror, I have to put my finger on my mouth first, almost to find it?

    I will have to mention all this to the neurologist I'm already seeing for the other brain cooties (migraines, seizures, etc.). Never knew it was more than my own brand of clumsy.

    [–] 911 dispatchers of reddit, what are some of the dumbest calls you've gotten? GlitterberrySoup 28 points ago in AskReddit

    I should probably have more questions, but really why would this be the time to hop on Skype and call your out of state friend?

    [–] 911 dispatchers of reddit, what are some of the dumbest calls you've gotten? GlitterberrySoup 8 points ago in AskReddit

    Right, there should be an option when you sign up that you want the "Jitterbug" remote, not the one with 89 buttons. I don't even know what 75% of them do, I just have memorized the sequence it takes to get the TV on. It takes four separate remotes 😭

    [–] im so done with high school GlitterberrySoup 1 points ago in rant

    I have kids in high school and holy shit, I thought life sucked when I was there? Now every moment is documented forever on one of 85 social media outlets that I can't even keep up with because I'm sooooo old (I'm not even 40 ffs) and these kids are cruel in a way we couldn't have imagined.

    OP, I swear to you that since leaving high school 20 years ago I have spoken to 1 person on a regular basis and seen maybe 10 or 15 around. And I still live in my hometown. Once it's over, it's really over if you want it to be. Cut ties with those idiots and meet the people you have more in common with than geography.

    The homework part? I have no clue what is going on in education today but I've protested a few times when my kids were up until the wee hours in 7th and 8th grade trying to get everything done. It's bullshit, you're right. But it has an endpoint and that's something to look forward to.

    I'm sorry if I come off as a preachy old lady but reading this really made me hurt for OP, my own kids, and this whole generation we're trying to raise right now with all sorts of conflicting messages. I respect the hell out of the rant. Keep yelling, OP.