Jeremy from Transcendentalism (as he appears on her phone in a different screenshot) doesn’t sound like the best loaf in the oven if you catch our drift. Let’s just say that the class they are talking about is probably not biology class. And if it is, he is probably failing.
No, this is not a pregnancy test, dude. It’s a thermometer, and it shows that the last thing Hannah needs right now is to get a migraine from explaining to you how fever works. We just hope Hannah feels better, and that Jeremy found some good books and read them.
The Harley Hotel
Harley's dad sounds like a cool guy. First of all, he named his daughter Harley. Now, we aren't saying he named her after a motorcycle, but we also aren't saying he didn't. We also aren't saying he named her after a comic book character. But then again, we aren't NOT saying that either.
Another cool-dad credential to add to his cool-dad certificate is this funny dramatic text message to his daughter. These must add a nice little spice to living with him. We hear you, Harley's dad! And might we add — if Harley isn't home for dinner, we would love to take her place.
Did He Sell the Car Though?
When putting a "for sale" ad on one's car, one would have a very specific goal of doing that, which would be selling the car. But sometimes, life finds a way and it might just lead to an unexpected friendship. Just look at that sweet bromance blossoming right in front of our eyes.
The scene is all set, the traffic is in place, the sticker is right in front of the eyes of the right person, and so it begins. We can already picture them having a beer and watching the Superbowl together. It's so beautiful we might be crying. Might. We also might not.
There are so many kinds of drunk people. There's the aggressive drunk ("Are you looking at me?"), the happy drunk ("I love you so much, man"), the dancing drunk ("Hey DJ, put on some Beyonce!"), the puking in the alley drunk ("Tiffany, hold my hair"). These are all classics and they are just the tip of the iceberg.
Sometimes, depending on the number and the kind of drinks, they can all manifest in one person. This text exchange, though, is all about the supportive drunk. Honestly, we aren't big on Pokemon, so catching a Snorlax might actually be the big deal this drunk friend makes it out to be.
Technically It's Not Even English
English is hard y'all. It's not even its own language — more like a collage of, like, four other languages. That's why spelling is so inconsistent. Seriously, why do tough and though sound so different? They don't even rhyme! And don't even get us started on the way too many ways to pronounce "ough".
No other language that we know of has a spelling system warped enough to justify nationally televised spelling bees. So can you really blame the poor guy for spelling croissant the way he hears it? And in any case, it's not like the original French spelling is super phonetic either...