So it was my vacation last week and we decided to go camping. Before hand I packed everything, food, tents, camp stove, dishes, etc. I then packed my child and my clothing and told my husband that I don't know what he wants to bring for clothes and he said he's pack it himself....great. So fast forward to the day of we packed the car, got in and before we left I asked "do we have everything?" And he said yes. So I drove off, for two hours. We get to the site and unpack. The husband then decided he wanted to go for a swim and went looking for his trunks. He then asked if I packed them..... I said- "no, you were suppose to pack your clothes, you said you would." Husband said- "I put everything on the bed. I thought you'd pack them from there." So great. He has no clothes and he called me an asshole for expecting him to pack them.
I packed everything else, including our 20 month old child. He had one job, that's it.
So AITA for not packing for him?
Edit: spelling of the word clothes.... keep reading on reddit ➡
Marks on titans, cloaks on hunters, robes on warlocks just vanish so often. I swear this happens at least once in every activity. These armor parts are literally what defines the look of classes. Can we please have something done about this bug?
YSK if you're using a mask with glasses, applying a few drops of dish soap to the inside of your lens and rubbing with a cloth, will keep you fog free for 7 hours ish.
I was going really hard for the war effort and farmed wool cloth in wetlands for like 10+ hours and out of no where i got banned. The email claimed, "This account was closed for use of unauthorized cheat programs, also known as hacks or bots." I use no programs or automation, I just was playing a lot. I was my server's first lvl 60 and rank 14, I'm surprised they weren't able to look more into my account before just hitting me with a 6 month ban without review or sending me a message. Has this been happening to anyone else? I've filed my appeal on the website, is there anything else I can do?
edit: i was mailing all of the bandages i made (like 2.5k+) to my guildy so he could get rep for troll mount since i'm already exalted all cities. Might have somethin to do with it but idk why that'd be flagged as botting. I've heard that streamer had Arleus been banned for transferring gold through mailbox to his second account.can i get an f[https://i.imgur.com/CeDLXbT.jpg](https://i.imgur.com/... keep reading on reddit ➡
My gf and i had this discussion a couple days ago and didnt agree between Leather or Plate. So we need more opinions. English not my first language*
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How to unlock the USA exclusive "Summer Of Galaxy" cloths for PokemonGO.
People in the USA:
Visit https://www.samsung.com and create a new samsungaccount. Use a valid emailadress and fake name + date of birth, as zipcode use 10001. Verify the new samsungaccount by opening your emails. Then visit https://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/summer-of-galaxy/owner-rewards/ and enter an emailadress. Open your emails and you will receive a code to redeem in PokemonGO!
People outside the USA:
Start a VPN with an IP-Adress of a city in the USA. Then do the aboth steps.
A free VPN app for mobilephones that confirmed works is: TurboVPN (has an organge appicon with a white rabbit inside)
All through my childhood my mother would hang the laundry out on a line to dry, even in the dead of winter. In college, and most of my adult life I've lived in an apartments with community laundry facilities (which I didn't have to pay to use). Now I own my first house, and the dryer that came with it is an energy hog. I've recently started hanging my laundry out to dry and it is saving me a noticeable amount of money in reduced electricity usage. Heck on a hot Phoenix afternoon the cloths will dry in half the time than using the dryer would take.
We started with cloth diapers, but thought we'd still use disposable wipes. Turns out, cloth wipes are easier - just throw everything from the diaper change into the wetbag and skip a trip to the trash can.
I felt really silly using disposable pads during postpartum bleeding while I cloth diapered my baby. Cloth pads are so much more comfortable, economical and don't really add much to the laundry.
And then I realized for everything we use paper towels, cloth would be better. Cloth napkins, cleaning messes with rags. Cloth is so much more effective for cleaning and more comfortable to use as a napkin with dinner.
Costco is out of antibacterial wipes for the foreseeable future... BFD, a rag and multipurpose cleaner works just as well, if not better.
Has cloth diapering your little one made you rethink other areas of your life?
I'm updating the list of retailers and could use your help. Where do you buy diapers outside the US? This is for the FAQ so I'm going to make a list of countries in parent comments. Please respond to the appropriate country comment. If your country is not listed, feel free to add it. I'd appreciate links too if you can!
Getting this from this WSJ article which cites this Science Magazine Advances publication from Friday. The bits about bandanas and neck gaiters are a little surprising so it seemed warranted to make a top-level post.
See pages 7 + 8 of the Science Advances article for examples of the masks. The sample size in the study is a little small, but it's interesting to see the analysis overall. If you can't get an N95 or surgical mask, heavy cloth masks — especially if you can get some polypropylene mixed in — are really your best option.
Quick update: As some folks in the comments have noted, the "neck gaiter" bit applies primarily with fleece neck gaiters, and only the type they used in the study. If you can get polypropylene in it, it's still quite good.
So I’m a FTM-to-be, my first (a boy) is coming in early October. I’m excited to try cloth and got a bunch of the stuff I need, but as the big day approaches I’m starting to get a little anxious about all the help and troubleshooting posts I see here...but on the other hand, the sample is clearly biased because people would have no reason to post if everything was going fine. So reassure me, is it possible to just jump and have it go relatively smoothly with no weird smells, laundry issues, leaks, etc? Or do most people run into problems early they have to solve early on?
I hope this type of curious post is allowed! I had my first baby 4 months ago. I’m an environmentalist so before she was born I put together my stash, eager to cloth diaper. Then she was born and her skinny bum didn’t fit her cloth stash, so we used disposables. She’s only now fitting into the cloths but I’m finding myself...grasping for why I should move to cloth diapers.
I committed to doing all cloth this weekend to get into the habit and here’s what I’ve been mulling over re: my expectations vs my experiences:
they’re better for the environment! But then I read this study by the UK environment agency in which a life cycle analysis comparing cloth, diaper service, and disposables found no discernible environmental difference between the three. Cloth diapers generate less garbage, but require more energy and water. And I live in a coal-fired electric location, so cloth might actually turn out worse here than in the UK.
For some background me (19) and my sister (17) still live with our parents. They are both kinda cheap so we don't get new clothes in my house very often. Due to this, and the fact I've lost weight since the last time I went clothes shopping, I only have about 5 pairs of pants that fit me (I got them from a friend who didn't fit them anymore) and most of my shirts are baggy. My sister on the other hand has a dresser and a closet full of clothes that fit her (she's been the same size since about 8th grade). Another thing to keep in mind is that those few clothes that fit me happen to fit my sister as well.
After she got a job she asked me if she could wear some of my clothing some days since she didn't have many that fit the stores dress code. I agreed after she told me they don't allow ripped jeans, tights, graphic tee's, or short dresses which make up the majority of my sisters wardrobe. I had assumed that since my sister knows how little clothes fit me that she would buy herself some... keep reading on reddit ➡
After nearly 40 hours customer support responded to my appeal and this was their response
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Please run a thorough virus scan on your computer to ensure that this situation won't be repeated so quickly. You can find out complete guide to account and system security here: [http://eu.battle.net/security/](http://eu.battle.net/secu... keep reading on reddit ➡
I posted back about a week ago about offering masks and as it turned out there's still a ton of folk who could benefit so I've made some more, and I'm here to offer again! Same information as the last post:
Here is a link to a new picture of all the different types I have made completely done right now.
A few things to note:
- These are all pretty big size, fit for teenagers or adults. It is possible to tie little knot/loop things in the ear loops and then they'll be a little tighter. However, if you are in need of some for a much smaller person or head size then I do not currently have any of those (would be more than happy to make some however, just may take some time).
- Made from medium-tight cotton. I have had no problems beyond a few loose threads with machine washing, can't promise though.
- I do have a cat at home who walks around in my room where I made these. If someone is very seriously allergic to cats, I give warnin... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey all! FTM, due in 7 weeks (yikes)! I'm trying to read as much as possible but, it seems like there's just so much to learn and I'm a bit....frazzled. I want to cloth diaper, but I'm very unsure if I can manage it.
I have a few questions, and please forgive me if they're dumb:
For a genuine newbie to diaper-changing, would AIOs be the best choice? Or since I've never changed a diaper, is it going to matter what type I use? For AI2s, how often do you end up needing to wash the shell, anyways? Are AIOs worth the "convenience" considering how long they take to dry?
Do I need a sprayer for when I introduce solids, or could I just...tip the diaper upside down over the toilet? How would a sprayer not end up splashing poop all over the bathroom? Would a bidet work? Once it's sprayed, can I just put the wet diapers in the dirty bin with the rest of the diapers?
Does it defeat the point of cloth diapering if I use disposable wipes? Or disposable liners?
Are cloth diapers too
I'm sick of getting pseudo-doxxed (my employment details which I've never posted on the internet were leaked on my hometown subreddit) and threatened (people have sent me weird vague threats) for creating this subreddit and Discord. I literally expected this place to be relevant for a month; no longer needed once America just started masking up, because I created it before Trump politicized it. I didn't sign up for how people are treating me and alienating me for simply making these communities and posting a HANDFUL of social media posts about masks (I really don't post many). Anyway, I don't like that I'm resorting to ranting but it's just tiresome. If you're a determined anti-masker, fine, but you're just scum if you're crossing over into that territory, through and through.
I did a quick search to make sure someone hasn't already asked and couldn't find anything as of late.
My work requires me to wear a mask. I'm looking to source good quality cloth masks that have a nose wire since I wear glasses.
Do you have a recommendation on where to buy (other than amazon), about half dozen masks? Someone mentioned Costco, but I don't have a membership.
Thanks for your help
Edit: thank you for your replies. I will try Walmart tomorrow.