The sass!! I love it.
you look so perfect standing there in your non-matching bra and underwear
my mums wearing a shirt that says “tell your boobs to stop staring at my eyes”
"you better not be posting this on the internet"
movies that don’t have music playing in the background a majority of the time feel so awkward and uncomfortable
maybe this is why life is awkward and uncomfortable a majority of the time
there’s no background music
Everything makes sense now.
aND THAT’S WHY WE FEEL BETTER WITH HEADPHONES ON ALL OF THE TIME
this is my face every day upon waking
We’ve all heard about the massive food waste Americans incur every year.
'Sell-by', 'best-by' and 'use-by' dates are mostly unregulated and confusing for consumers when it comes to throwing items out —a factor that contributes to $165 billion of food wasted every year.
In May, he’s launching The Daily Table, a grocery store and restaurant in Dorchester, Mass., that will offer inexpensive food considered ‘unsellable’ by regular grocery stores.
Food available will include fruits and vegetables that are expired and repurposed food that will be incorporated into hot meals. Other items for sale will be products that are fine to eat but may have damaged packaging.
Or like cucumbers that aren’t ‘straight’ enough of tomatoes that aren’t ‘red’ enough to be sold ‘cause what would the customer have to think about that?!’.
Wonderful idea it is.
holy fuck. when i worked as a cashier i wanted to cry everytime an egg broke. they made me throw away the entire carton. it would be “theft” to take it home. that was 11 or 15 perfectly fine fucking eggs and we did NOT waste food at home. it would tear at me all goddamn day. i hope he does eggs too.
Its silly how much never makes it to the stores, never gets sold, or gets tossed before its bad. Especially with how many hungry people there are in our country alone. Local grocers will sometimes allow locals to pick up produce that’s spoilage for farm animals and 75% of that is still perfect for human consumption. Think people. Realize that there are tons of families in our country that don’t have enough to eat on a regular basis.
This is neat, though there are stores like that already. Around me, at least. There’s three within fifteen minutes of my house all run by local Mennonite and Amish folk. It’s dent-and-ding stuff, and “technically” expired but totally fine food. It’s so much cheaper and I get about 95% of what we need foodwise there, along with locally-grown produce and eggs and things.
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