1. “You go,” “No you go” wars at 4-way stops have always been the most predictable part of your morning commute.“My over-priced, sub-par Venti Starbucks Veranda Roast is growing cold and I’m not even in the office yet. Just fucking go already.”2. Your most dreaded chore growing up was pressure washing.
Comment on our accents.What? Us Midwesterners don’t have aaaaccents.Ask us what an octopus has to do with hockey.It’s tradition to throw an octopus onto the ice at Red Wings playoff games. And by the way, the Red Wings haven’t missed the playoffs since 1990. No, your team does not have a longer streak.
Millennials today are using vacation days at the highest rate of any other generation. Of the 658 million vacation days that went unused in 2015, virtually none of them came from millennials. Not only are we using our paid days off to travel, millennials with families are spending twice as much on travel than millennial couples.
Kessler Collection& 39;s masterpiece is steps away from gates of the famous Biltmore Estate. Indoor Facilities: State-of-the-art event space includes the 2,200 sq. ft., Tudor-inspired, Kessler Ballroom, accommodating up to 200 for your ceremony or an elegant dinner with personalized culinary delights.
European soul meets laid-back Carolina style at this design-rich hotel in the heart of downtown Asheville, just a block from Pack Square. Their 132 contemporary, upscale guestrooms especially appeal to the desires of millennials. Find gathering areas for friends and family in the first and ninth floor lobbies.
1. My love for McDonald’sMost restaurants close around 11pm, and most pubs stop serving food past midnight. But the McDonald’s in Malá Strana was open 24/7, and since I have no shame when it comes to downing McNuggets at 2am on a Friday night, I was able to go to bed full and only slightly hungover.2.
LATELY, MANY ARTICLES AND STUDIES have encouraged people (and especially women) to travel alone. Science confirms that traveling by yourself is healthy. It creates self-confidence, and provides necessary moments of freedom and self-discovery. An Australian professor who interviewed a sample of 24 participants who traveled solo found that most afterwards considered it a very positive experience.
From the bustling capital of Warsaw to the still shores of the Baltic Sea, Poland has something for almost everyone. Maybe that’s why it’s the 17th most visited country in the world by foreign tourists. But it’s not for everyone. 1. You aren’t a morning person.By Pawel Uchorczak2. You have a fear of eagles.
1. Brunch is not a religion for you. Nor is it a necessity after last night’s shenanigans at Eastburn.Over an hour wait for bacon and eggs?! To you, this may seem ridiculous. And it actually is. But Portlanders drink a lot. A lot. So most of the people you see brunching on Sunday afternoon are probably either hungover or still drunk.
KNOWING HOW TO SPEAK BOTH English and Spanish is not the same thing as knowing how to translate from English to Spanish. Translation is not an easy task, you can make some humorous mistakes but you can also cause some serious problems. For example, when General Motors introduced the Chevy Nova in South America, it was apparently unaware that ‘no va’ means ‘doesn’t go’ in Spanish.
HILLARY CLINTON IS NOT WELL-LIKED. The right has successfully painted her as “Crooked Hillary,” while the left has painted her as “Shillary.” She’s untrustworthy. She’s a liar. She’s a shifty, calculating politician. All of these accusations may have varying degrees of truth to them, but the accusations cloud another widely agreed-upon fact: She’s really great to work with.
1. You took Drivers Ed at 14 ½.With all of Idaho’s agricultural communities and off-road recreational vehicles, kids need to learn to drive YOUNG. You probably learned in a rusted-out truck out on a dirt road years before Drivers Ed made you legal, when you could barely reach the brakes.2. You’ve definitely shot a gun before.