With such a vivid hue, there's no way it can be lost , and there are plenty of fun ways it could be used to dress up your kitchen. If blue isn't your color, there's a link below for more info. It's 92% Polyester/8% Nylon, and even though it's not stretchy, the front portion of the cloth sort of feels like a bathing suit, and the back feels like a thin towel. This blend makes the cloth both sturdy and soft, and easy to use.
For minor scrubbing, it worked perfectly well when cleaning the top of the stove, kitchen table and dishes. When it came to hardcore work for baked on messes such as macaroni & cheese or lasagna, I had to switch to a scouring pad.
The towel side of the cloth was super absorbent and dried quickly - almost like a paper towel, so spills were easily wiped away.
I still have one sponge on standby, but I would absolutely give this 4 pumpkins out of 5 for cleaning like it said it would. Count on grabbing a couple of these scrubbing cloths for your Thanksgiving cleanup next week.
In a cocktail shaker, shake 2 small sugar cubes (same as 2 teaspoons)
2 Tbsp fresh Lime or Lemon juice
2 Oz. Gin
1 Cup Ice
Add in pomegranate seeds or raspberries, then top with 8 oz. Champagne or Wine. Serve in a decorative champagne flute and you're all set. This recipe will serve 2 people.
We've heard about the infamous casting couch when actresses or models sought work way back when, and we thought those days were behind us. Fast forward to 2016, and we are sadly reminded once again that it's a man's world. Bravo to Gretchen, Laurie, Taylor (yep, I'm talking about Taylor Swift who was groped under her dress by a DJ back in 2013) and Megyn for having the guts to tell the world that sexual harassment is still alive and thriving. Now some may assume that receiving a compensation of $3 million or even $20 million dollars was well worth the discomfort.
To those people I say that no amount of money can take away the humiliation or embarrassment suffered while being forced to do something against his or her will. Being kissed without permission, touched inappropriately or being forced to to listen to lewd comments is not funny or cute. Sexual harassment and assault, just like domestic violence are crimes. It's a shame that this man who shall not be named got away with this horrific behavior at Fox for over 20 dang years!
What about those who work in McDonald's, or a hospital, or a bookstore, or an architectural firm, or a cable company, or as an author? Women are being mistreated every day, and despite their personal strength are in fear of losing their livelihoods because a man chooses to exhibit his power and control. I shudder to think about all those women who cringe as they go to work every day having to deal with another day of torture so they can earn an honest living.
If you are being sexually harassed, the first emotion you may feel is anger, but don't panic or curse your boss/co-worker out. Calmly advise your harasser to stop. If it persists, start documenting dates, incidents, and locations. If it's legal in your state, record it. If you feel comfortable going to human resources, that's your next option. Even though it's illegal, be prepared for eventual retaliation, making the situation even worse. But don't stop there, even though you may feel as if you're fighting a losing battle. The next step is to file a complaint for FREE by clicking on the site below:
This blog specifically deals with the rights of women, but men can be abused or harassed as well. It doesn't matter if you are purple or green, male or female, gay, transgender or straight. No one deserves to be mistreated, degraded or disrespected.