Early in our relationship, MTM received a cookbook. Intercourses. From, ahem, someone.
A visual feast, Intercourses divides the food groups into the necessities: Gnoshes proven to get a person laid.
Edits abound. Deadlines loom.
And I want to know if I’m the only person who’s used a pot to magnify the sound of a musical device?
When outdoor speakers broke at a party, we threw a phone into a Teflon pot and pressed Play. The non-stick surface yielded a tinny sound. We swapped Teflon for metal.
And McGyvered a new speaker.
We tapped our feet to the results for a couple of hours.
Has anyone else tried this listening technique? Or maybe you’ve found a new use for an everyday thing?
Please share your brilliance in a comment today.
It's thin-skinned. Temperamental. Ripens early. Miles Raymond, struggling writer in Sideways
New Zealand wine. It's supposed to be all about sauvignon blanc, right? Really grapefruit-ty white stuff from the Marlborough region is stuff I've long classified UNDRINKABLE. The only New Zealand wine I sort of like is Kim Crawford Unoaked Chardonnay, and only because it's unoaked. So, forgive me for having low expectations of New Zealand's adult grape juices when we landed.