Me and 2 other guys share an apartment together and we split all the bills. The only thing we don’t split costs on is groceries. Everyone’s in charge of buying their own food and we don’t touch whatever doesn’t belong to us in the fridge. We put our names on everything so no one gets mixed up.
This issue has been going on almost a year and I’m sick of it.
One of my roommates, R, keeps stealing my food. I get home from work and containers with my leftovers are sometimes missing (they have my name written on it), or my stuff finishes too quick. My gallon of milk for example. I buy almond milk because I like the taste. But it seems to finish after a week even though I’ve only drank once or twice.
I confronted R about this lots of times and that’s caused a lot of arguments. He outright denies it and tells me I’m crazy even though it’s so obvious.
My other roommate and I carpool together because we both work the same early morning shifts around the same area so I know it’s not him.... keep reading on reddit ➡
After my son was born, due to some medical problems I had supply issues. It didn’t get better, and what little supply I had left dried up. He’s exclusively formula fed now.
MIL is very pro breastfeeding and won’t accept that I can’t do it. “I’ve breastfed 5 children until they were 2. This is the most basic thing a mother should do. Why can’t you?” Her favourite thing to say. Husband put her on a time out because of it. Eventually she apologized. I think it’s because we refused to let her see our son until she did. But I digress.
She comes by a few times a week now. She won’t bring up the breastfeeding issue anymore but still grumbles when I bring out the formula. In order to help keep track of the feedings, one of the things we do is keep a feeding time table on the fridge. MIL sees it, and made him a bottle and started feeding him before he was meant for another feed. She only managed this once while my husband and I were preoccupied. Our baby didn’t like it, we didn’t like it,... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I live in a small rented apartment with two other women. We don't hang out much and more live together for convenience. Recently I've started noticing that my milk is running out faster than I've been drinking it. I'm vegan so I drink dairy free oat milk. I'm pretty confident that I know who it is but every time I confront her she denies it. My friend suggested that I fill the carton with normal milk as she is lactose intolerant. I think it's a good idea but I don't want to go to far. So WIBTA?
Edit: I just saw another AITA post similar to this. Any similarities are purely coincidental.
This week, I wanted to teach you how to make a classic Cantonese dish – Daliang Stir Fried Milk.
Before we continue though, let’s just touch on the elephant in the room – stir frying milk. While the term ‘stir fried milk’ might be giving you visions of violently tossing milk around a jet engine wok burner… the “stir fry” here could perhaps be better translated as ‘scramble’. The majority of Chinese scrambled egg dishes, after all, if you literally translated them character-by-character would be some sort of variety of “stir fried egg” (i.e. 炒蛋).
But I guess ‘scrambled milk’ also doesn’t make a ton of sense at first blush. Here’s what’s going on – you’re gunna be taking some egg white, adding the maximum possible quantity of milk you can possibly add to it, then toss in a bit of starch to help it along. It’s usually cooked with some sort of seafood component, and topped with nuts to give it some texture. The final result is something like… a cream sauce that has the texture of a scr... keep reading on reddit ➡
This is a straight up rant I’m sticking to my guns but should anyone want to give advice feel free
I had DD last week 3 weeks early and she was a bit small (5lbs+) ever since I’ve been back home I’ve had to deal with a barrage of comments from various family members for me to feed her formula.
When I was in the hospital they briefly gave her some because she was having latching issues and they were concerned about jaundice due to her blood type. She didn’t like the formula and kept spitting it up.
I got home and the latching issues improved and she’s been nursing consistently. That has not stopped the constant comments about needing to switch to formula. My mother insists that’s the breast milk is giving her gas/colic that it’s my fault she has gas because of my bad eating habits and that my breast milk isn’t satisfying her.
The funny thing is I have actual reasons for wanting to stick to breast milk (no shame on anyone who chooses formula) and I just came off a damn paediatric... keep reading on reddit ➡
I really needed that brew, now I've got to reboil the kettle and use UHT milk from the cupboard
Honestly I'm getting quite depressed not being able to taste food. I'm only on day 4 of losing those senses. I can't imagine going weeks or months without tasting anything. I feel like I should just drink smoothies with vitamins because eating is just infuriating me. For those who have the same symptoms, how are you coping?
Edit: My fiance is not an asshole, he just didn't understand that I lost 100% of my senses. As I explained in a comment, he thought I had dulled senses where things just tasted bland. That's how he experienced loss of taste when he's been previously sick. I did the videos in a joking around way. He's taking very good care of me. My post wording just came off wrong.
People always fight over chocolate milk or white milk, but I've never heard anything about strawberry milk.
I never liked white milk unless it was in cereal, and I always chose chocolate over white at school. But whenever the opportunity arose when strawberry milk was being provided, I took it.
I actually haven't drunk any milk in almost a decade because of some mild lactose intolerance/other stuff, but I still remember how strawberry was my favorite as a kid. I was the only kid in my school who actively drunk strawberry milk over both chocolate and white to my knowledge. Come to think of it, I've actually never seen anyone in my family or friend group even drink it once.
If I could drink milk again in the future free of nausea, strawberry is the one I'm trying again first.
Edit: what the hell is gintama?? 2: I've never heard of orange milk or banana milk, guess I'm trying it. I thought we stopped at strawberry lol. Also, my school served strawberry milk in milk cartons just like... keep reading on reddit ➡
|EPISODE||DIRECTED BY||WRITTEN BY||ORIGINAL AIRDATE|
|S7E05 - "A Trout in the Milk"||Stan Brooks||Iden Baghdadchi||Wednesday, June 24, 2020 10/9c on ABC|
Episode Synopsis: After a bumpy landing in the disco decade, the team - Daniel Sousa in tow - reunites with more than one familiar face at the S.H.I.E.L.D. hangout and discovers exactly how to dismantle the Chronicoms' latest plan. But when they get too close for comfort, the Zephyr unexpectedly leaps forward again, this time to a date pivotal to not only the future of S.H.I.E.L.D. but to the future of Director Mack as well.
Stan Brooks is an American film and television producer. He has produced more than 60 movies for film and television as well as several critically acclaimed miniseries including Broken Trail and Prayers for Bobby.
He has directed one episode for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. before:
Iden Baghdadchi is a writer... keep reading on reddit ➡