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    [–] [TOMT][Movie?]Guy finds lettuce in trash Thisisnotyourcaptain 6 points ago in tipofmytongue

    Look who's talking (1989)

    Full quote : "You know that dumpster behind the supermarket? Look what I found. A perfectly good head of lettuce, just peel off the outer layers"

    [–] Deep fried burger. I wanted to stay healthy so I opted for a wholemeal bun Thisisnotyourcaptain 1 points ago in shittyfoodporn

    It was better than expected - just a regular burger with battered bread. I probably won't be eating burgers any time soon

    [–] Deep fried burger. I wanted to stay healthy so I opted for a wholemeal bun Thisisnotyourcaptain 1 points ago in shittyfoodporn

    Here's what it looks like uncut. It's vegan too so I guess that would be considered another layer of shittyness to some people.

    [–] Student Vintage Market Research Thisisnotyourcaptain 2 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in VintageFashion

    1. Pros include unique garments and good quality (better than sweatshop produced clothes). I really like the style and fit of old clothing. I think clothing that accentuates the waist in particular is flattering for me so that probably helps with my confidence. Vintage fashion also involves with wearing a piece of history which is a concept I really appreciate. I don't usually buy from a vintage reseller but when I do it is usually from a small local business which is also something I value and would like to support.

    Cons are that vintage resale is a big trend right now so it's currently a competitive market. It can be very expensive to purchase through a reseller compared to buying it from a thrift shop or estate sale.

    1. I do shop both ways but definitely prefer to go to a brick and mortar shop.

    2. I already do :)

    [–] What have you still not gotten over? Thisisnotyourcaptain 3 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in AskReddit

    When i was around 13 in high school, we were forced to make a box in a woodworking class. We were allowed to burn something on to it but I decided not to. Then on like the last day of class, the teacher (who didn't give any shits about teaching) told the class we had to use the burner to pass the class. So I just freehand burned a little flower onto the side and when the teacher marked mine, he had such a disappointed look and just said "that's it?!" in the most condescending tone.

    I just remembered this for the first time in a while and it just pisses me off to an unreasonable degree. I also still have the box too. I think I should set it on fire

    [–] What is the most unusual name of someone you have actually met in person? Thisisnotyourcaptain 6 points ago in namenerds

    I once knew a guy called Dragon. Facebook thought it was fake so he was forced to use another name online.

    [–] Movies about unrequited love. Thisisnotyourcaptain 1 points ago in MovieSuggestions

    It's been a while since I've watched it too. I guess I liked it enough to remember the details. It's always worth a rewatch

    [–] Movies about unrequited love. Thisisnotyourcaptain 1 points ago in MovieSuggestions

    While it's not exactly a strong theme, it is sprinkled in there. One memorable quote for me is when Joel says "Why do I fall in love with every woman who shows the least bit of attention?" He also does experience a sort of one sided love/relationship with Clementine since her memories were erased. It's also seen in Kirsten Dunst and Elijah Wood's characters.