Working as a cashier, so far I hadn’t experienced any customers trying to do anything too criminal. Aside from shoplifting and such, but last night, I experienced my first quick change artist. These people make money by confusing cashiers by changing their minds repeatedly about how they want to pay or how they want their change and distracting the cashiers. They will normally bring a friend who will distract the supervisors and managers as well, who normally overlook transactions. This happened to me and I realized too late, it was too late to run him down and get the money back. it wouldn’t of been so heartbreaking if they had been mean and malicious, but you know what he told me before he left: "Keep that pretty smile on your face." Yeah, right… cashiers are under a lot of pressure as we are the last faces you will see and we have to keep track of money throughout the day. We are punished for your misdeeds. Be considerate this holiday and follow the KISS code: Keep it simple stupid.
One time, I thought blurred lines was about rape. Then I realized that the lyrics are largely liberating to women (even coming from a man, and especially compared to other far more degrading pop songs) and ‘blurred lines’ probably refers to the line between ‘good’ girl and ‘bad’ girl, thereby challenging oppressive societal norms of how women ‘should’ behave or enjoy themselves sexually or otherwise.
If Fionna was stuck up in that tower ever since she was a child then did how did she get food to eat?
She was an ogre at night, remember? And ogres in this movie were shown to eat almost anything they could find from rats, frogs, bugs, spiders and their webs, et cetera. So most likely she went off instincts at night and learned how to “hunt” and find her own food. A castle is bound is bound to be full of critters she could eat when she gets nippish and plenty of spider webs. :3 Also, typing without my glasses, so I have no clue how much of this is legible.