This is fun. I guess the late 80s & 90s was the time for "J" names for boys: Justin, Jared, Jeremy, etc.
I once asked a Brit how he tied his shoes, because it was different and nice and I wanted to learn how to do it. He was agog that I asked the question wondering " is there any other way?" Check it out.
Have a listen to this Portugues singer. She's new to me.
I got taken to brunch once by the former president of CBS sports. He asked me to a place on the Upper East Side, his favorite restaurant for his favorite Sunday midday meal, Eggs Benedict. They were wonderful and I've seldom had them since. Maybe it's time.
In case you're planning on heading to the loony bin or psychiatrist's office anytime soon, this crib sheet for the Rorschach test might come in handy.
This is the blot that supposedly can determine sexual preference. Most people see the two human figures. Both figures have prominent "breasts" and an equally prominent "penis." If you don't volunteer the gender of the figures, you'll be asked to specify it. By the traditional interpretation, seeing the figures as male is a heterosexual response (for test subjects of both sexes). Describing the figures as female or acknowledging the androgynous nature of the blot is supposed to be a homosexual response. Does it work? Not really--many straights describe the figures as women, and not all gays give a gay response. A 1971 study at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York showed the traditionally heterosexual response (two male figures) to be declining in popularity.
The splotches of red ink are usually perceived separately. Common responses are "bow-tie" or "ribbon" (inner red area) and a stomach and esophagus (outer red areas).
I'll bet it tastes like chicken.