ID's, Temperatures, and Soup
I'm going to revert us back to ID conversation for just a brief moment: *CRANK*
I always have my ID out and ready whenever I'm buying (or going someplace) that I expect or even just MIGHT be carded for. I mean, I'm 22, but I've been mistaken for a 16/17 year old. So I expect to be carded, I have my ID already in my hand before you can ask me. I don't go out drinking a lot, but when I buy booze (mm... butterscotch schnappes and cream sode...) to drink at home, you bet that card is out in my hand.
Hehe, for some reason I adjust very, very quickly to climates/local temperatures. It's been uncharacteristically hot where I am, yet I'm only bothered by it for maybe 15 minutes before all of a sudden "Whoop! I don't even feel it anymore." Unless there is something like a wind or AC blow RIGHT on me. Then I can feel it. I wonder why all these people always get tweeky about the weather when we have things like the MYSTERIOUS AND MAGICAL INTERWEBICAL THING. That can give them a fairly good estimate of what the temperature/weather is going to be like.
COM'MON PEOPLE! Use those smart phones that you spend so much money on to be able to play angry birds when something is taking 1.2343582 seconds too long to occur for you.
On the topic of Soup:
My Writing Blog
It's so I can get ideas out of my head, I decided to put it in a blog in case people are bored or are curious as to the (many) things in progress.