Tinder is " stupid and harmful because it only makes romantic human connection harder. But I've now come to realize that even though all of the press around Tinder focuses on its popularity with twentysomethings, it's actually the perfect app for someone in their thirties, or older, to find love. As people age, they naturally grow less inclined to seek out relationships that are more casual.
Many idioms referring to human behavior are based on analogies to parts of the body, especially arms, hands, and fingers. Here are explanations of many of the most common expressions. One who is all thumbs is clumsy as if one had thumbs in place of fingers and is therefore not dexterous.
So you've made it past your trying twenties. You've hopefully invested in a black blazer for important job interviews, a chic LBD for date night and a great white T-shirt for lounging around on the weekend. Now that you're in your thirties, it's time to pull your closet together and fill in those gaps in your wardrobe.
We often say things that have a specific meaning, yet we don't know the history behind the saying. Here are 30 of those. Many others have disputed histories, such as "in the weeds," "rule of thumb," and "back to square one" -- whereas others are simply unknown.
At Netflix, our goal is to connect you with great stories. We are retiring our five-star rating system and replacing it with a simpler and more intuitive thumbs-up and thumbs-down. A thumbs-up tells Netflix that you like something and want to see similar suggestions.
Tough thumbs but weak hands? Millennials use technology in their workplaces more than their counterparts in Millennials, the thoroughbreds of texting, may lag behind previous generations when it comes to old-fashioned hand strength.
Reeves, playing an outsized version of himself, cuts an imposing figure in his introduction. Time slows to a crawl. All eyes gravitate toward the velvet-jacketed figure with striking beauty and prickly charisma.
How to report hazard no longer present. I'm pretty sure there used to be a button on the iOS app that would let you report a hazard was no longer there vehicle on side of road, police, etc. Now all I see when I click on a hazard someone else reported is a comment box and a thumbs up to thank them.
In the weeks leading up to my 30th birthday last summer, I found myself wishing for an "aha" moment to take hold. Nothing big, necessarily, just some assurance that as I embarked on a new decade, I had a clearer sense of who I was and what I was doing. Instead, I rang in my 30th year shaky and worn, trying not to cry into a bowl of ramen before passing out cold at pm.