The solution is to stop using straws!
You don’t need to invent something new to help people drink. This is not a problem. People have been drinking liquids for thousands of years without straws. In what crazy universe did a straw become a necessity?
She remarried a few years ago and made it clear that she wanted no more kids. That really upset him. He awkwardly tries to bond with our kids and a few times he's crossed boundaries. I really have no relationship with him but there is tension between us.
My oldest started middle school which required updating his registration information. My ex said she used the same information as before, but I wanted to change my email address. I went to his school and my ex's husband was there (he was dropping off some stuff for my ex).
I didn't acknowledge him until I saw the paperwork for my son. The information was written out not by her but by her husband. He had listed himself as the "parent" and me as an "other" contact.
I looked at him and said "Really Brent?"
He looked at me and asked "What is it now?"
"You put yourself as Tyler's dad?"
"It was a mistake if I did."
"Yeah, okay. Well it's a mistake I'm correcting right now."
It was embarrassing for him and I clearly put him on the defensive without warning. Like I said, I don't talk to him. He told my ex I made him feel like a criminal in front of everyone. My ex understood correcting the information but said there was no need to call him out like that. All I said is that he won't do it again based on how I handled it.
Update: My ex and her husband asked me to apologize for "causing a scene" in the office. Not to them but to the office staff. Their logic is that my ex (and I) did a lot of volunteering at the school when our other son attended and the plan was for her and her husband to volunteer again. He feels like he's been pegged as a "weirdo" after I called him out over an honest mistake. I asked her what exactly was he going to be volunteering for. She said he wanted to work in the classrooms or special events. I told her that isn't going to fly with Tyler having Brent at his school like that.
Thick toilet paper rips way too easily and proves to be less accurate. Thin toilet paper allows you to easily get everything clean effectively and precisely. Charmin is shit because it’s way too thick and tears so easily, often getting stuck. Any toilet paper thinner than, say, a piece of paper is ideal, maybe 1-2 ply. I want my ass to be clean and free of pieces of toilet paper, so I much prefer thinner, coarser toilet paper.
Further excavation uncovers more evidence that the stone structure in the swamp could be a roadway.