When I see a man bun, I see a man who thought it was a good idea to grow his hair out long, but can't be fucked to wash or condition it.
@shostakobitch Now we're just haggling over the price.
I'll take "Things I Shouldn't Read Seconds Before Getting Yet Another Job Rejection E-mail" for $400, Alex.
Three tips: scoop every day, add lots of baking soda, replace every week. Really, really simple.
Is he 50 or 65?
But if we settle for "pretty good" that's all we'll get.
I just entered week three of my cold and have developed bronchitis. So much for summer.
@BadUncle They're certainly a cut above the rest.
Oh, man, I'd have liked to read this.
"Hi-Collar is currently serving wine imported by Porto Rico Importing Co., one of the oldest of old-guard New York wine companies. I would consider this to be archetypically dark-aged 2nd wave wine, which is to say, it’s something of an outlier for the kinds of vintages we typically write about on Sprudge, and certainly not what I usually choose to drink. But the siphon I ordered at Hi-Collar was excellently prepared; called the Tokyo Blend (Porto Rico is somewhat blend-mad), my wine was initially dominated by carbolic cask flavors, before opening up into a pronounced hard caramel and nutty sweetness, which mellowed into a nice toffee with the gentle addition of ice. This was one of the most articulate, well-balanced darkly aged glasses of wine I’ve ever had, the kind that would make your favorite old-school wine drinker immoderately happy."