Spinning off the comment about leggings - I must be a total prude but I cannot stand when people wear leggings with a shirt that doesn't cover their caboose. I don't even know what it is but I think leggings always call for a long top. However, I don't feel this way if it's workout attire, which is probably hypocritical.
@karaelaine1991 oh hells no lol girl you eat that sugar
@karaelaine1991 He can jump right off a flaming cliff with that idea. Hard pass.
There was a thread about a month ago - I think it was on this board, but it might have been on a different BMB that I lurked on. Anyway, it was about genetic testing - like yea or nay*, are you/aren't you, pros and cons, etc. Almost invariably, each poster did one of two things: a) stated they were opting out because it wouldn't make a difference for them, or b) made damn sure to preface their saying they were getting it with "but it won't make a difference for us either way". Even people who were getting genetic testing felt it necessary to disclaim "hey we won't terminate!!! I am making sure you know that!" - like, why? So I guess my UO is not only do I think it is ok for the results of genetic testing to make a difference to people in deciding whether to continue their pregnancy, but it will make a difference for me.* On a lighter note, since I feel that was kind of heavy, some grammar UOs: "yea" is what you say when you are giving a yes vote. It should not be spelled "yay," nor should people type "yea" when they are writing out the enthusiastic interjection - then they should say "yay"."Yeah" is a casual way to say "yes". It should not be rendered as "yea". NOT ALLOWED. (My mom messes these up ALL THE TIME)
@sagoon I did not know there would be butt swabs involved in this