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    [–] What was your first "you're not supposed to" book? Ok_Flow_8679 1 points ago in books

    I read A Time to Kill by John Grisham in fourth grade. Trigger warning the book opens with a child rape scene I was about the same age as the child in the book.

    [–] This Cecil. I adopted him through the Starbucks drive thru. The customer showed me a passenger seat full of kittens and said “do you want a kitten?” And I said “absolutely I do”. I took the kitten, put him in my apron pocket, and asked to go home early. Cecil is now six. Ok_Flow_8679 3 points ago in cats

    A couple follow up comments because I didnt expect Cecil to get this much attention.

    •I was already looking for a kitten when Cecil was offered to me, it made saying yes easier.

    •The customer was a regular of mine. We were by no means close but I wasnt a complete stranger.

    •My manager was a friend and was more than happy to let me leave my shift early.

    •Cecil is very loved and spoiled rotten

    [–] This is Cecil. I adopted him through the Starbucks drive thru. A customer came through with a passenger seat full of kittens. He asked “Do you want a kitten?” and I said “Absolutely I do”. I then put Cecil in my apron pocket and left my shift early. Ok_Flow_8679 53 points ago in aww

    I should have said, this was six years ago. He is my husband’s shadow and is never more than three feet away from him. He is super food motivated and likes to tap my foot when he food bowl is empty. He is super gentle and sleeps curled up between my husband and I every night. He is a pain of the ass during road trips. We adore this little guy

    [–] Being able to eat alone at a restaurant and being fine with it is a WHOLE new level of freedom. Ok_Flow_8679 1 points ago in Showerthoughts

    I love bringing my book to a restaurant. It’s one of my favorite things to do, especially now that I’m married and have children

    [–] What is a universally loved celebrity that you don't like? Ok_Flow_8679 12 points ago in AskReddit

    In 2016 she released a MLM cosmetics line and made all the models on the show do an advertisement/music video. It crashed and burned less than a year later. I’m by no means an expert, but I feel like she would have had more success if she just created a normal cosmetics line and sold it at Target.

    [–] I work at Starbucks. Today broke me. Ok_Flow_8679 2 points ago in antiwork

    Starbucks “make the moment right” policy has provided a breeding ground for Karens. I worked at Starbucks for five years. I remember one time I got yelled at almost everyday by the same woman because I couldn’t properly but cold foam at the bottom of her hot latte. One day I finally snapped and asked her if she understood the basic concept of science. Whoops. I’m sorry you’re going through that. It’s tough because it’s not worth screaming at another human being. They don’t understand, it’s just coffee

    [–] This is absolutely ridiculous. Ok_Flow_8679 5 points ago in antiwork

    Same, and I work in an elementary school

    [–] The good old days.. Ok_Flow_8679 15 points ago in MadeMeSmile

    Ahhh yes, my favorite episode of Glee

    [–] Good for her Ok_Flow_8679 3 points ago in MadeMeSmile

    Sometimes a NICU accomplishment is gaining an ounce, sometimes it’s managing to keep their feeding tube in all day. It’s a incredibly stressful time for parents. There is nothing wrong with celebrating the little things. Every small victory counts and should be celebrated

    [–] Good for her Ok_Flow_8679 3 points ago in MadeMeSmile

    Oh my gosh, my son was born 10 weeks early and was in the NICU for the whole ten weeks. I would have loved a hype person. I was young, overwhelmed, and constantly stressed. Thankfully he is now a fabulous, healthy six year old

    [–] Growth should mean a lot of things. Ok_Flow_8679 4 points ago in WitchesVsPatriarchy

    I love this. I’ve never had a dream job or a dream house. I’ve always just went with wherever life took me.

    [–] What movie should have never been made? Ok_Flow_8679 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Toy Story 4. The third movie ended perfectly, the fourth was unnecessary.