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3 Hump Day Stories

I hate the term “hump day” but it is what it is, right?  I won’t dwell too long on that though because there are stories to share. Exciting stories. Kinda. Not really. Okay, they’re exciting for ME and I hope for you, too, K?

Hump Day Camel at Work

1) MapCrunch is a site that allows you to select a country and you’ll see a random google street view. Since yesterday, I’ve traveled to Austria, Germany and Latvia. I am a world traveler, bitches! I also read you can play a fun game where you go to a random country and try to find your way to an airport. I haven’t played yet because I ain’t got no time for that.

2) A teacher in Dallas, Texas (fake been there, too!) wore the same outfit in his yearbook for forty years. Forty years! This is insane to me since one of my biggest fears is wearing the same outfit to an event twice, in dire fear it will end up on Facebook. And then people will be like “oh, snap. She wore that last time.” But this guy? None of those fears. His name is Irby and he is my hero.

3) I’m a novice chef cook so I was so excited to find this site, Picture the Recipe. This site is perfect because they do as they claim and they show you every step of the recipe process. I love it. Because I’m slow. And this makes me quick! Check out the most timely post, 10 Delicious 4th of July Recipes.

Speaking of the 4th of July, do you have any fun BBQ plans? If so, do you cook or just eat? I just stuff my face and then offer to help clean.


2 Comments on 3 Hump Day Stories

  1. Val
    July 18, 2013 at 4:05 pm (5 years ago)

    OMG I AM IN LOVE WITH MAP CRUNCH. spacebo! awesome site but now i am sad because i want to travel. wahhhhh. btw – bruges, belguium is magnificent.

    • imtoofancy
      July 19, 2013 at 1:23 pm (5 years ago)

      i know, right?! I had to step away from the computer because I was getting out of control. Wish travel was as easy as just picking a destination.


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