The pattern might outlast our marriage

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Me: Aside from having to cut the pattern out 3 times, this is pretty genius.
Adam: What?
Me: This method of preserving a dress pattern: I cut it out, then iron it onto a fusible interface, then cut it out of that, and then I'll have to cut the fabric. But I'll be able to use the pattern for the rest of my life.
Adam: Well, assuming you stay that same size.
Me: ::allow a full 30 seconds of silence pass between us::
Adam: Did I stop you in your tracks?
Me: No, I'm letting you stew in what you just said.
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Meet my Sewing Stunt Double (which is just a badass way of saying “dress form”).

I stopped giving names to inanimate objects somewhere in my mid-20s, but I think this thing warrants a name.

Any suggestions?

Meet my Sewing Stunt Double (which is just a badass way of saying “dress form”).

I stopped giving names to inanimate objects somewhere in my mid-20s, but I think this thing warrants a name.

Any suggestions?

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My coworker just got back from McDonald’s, and as soon as I heard his voice in the hallway, I ran out of the break room only to find him empty-handed.

As he saw my excitement dissipate, he buried his head in his hands. “Oh man, I can’t believe I forgot!!!”

For a second, I thought he was playing a prank. But that was not the case.

There will be no apple pies today.

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Coworker asked if I wanted to go to McDonald’s for lunch.

"I don’t do fast food," I said, holding back a sneer.

I ate my noodle soup in the break room, and then my resolve broke.

It broke hard.

Coworker asked if I wanted to go to McDonald’s for lunch.

"I don’t do fast food," I said, holding back a sneer.

I ate my noodle soup in the break room, and then my resolve broke.

It broke hard.