TMI Tuesday: November 17, 2020: Overrated or Underrated

Tell us what you think, are the following overrated or underrated? Why?

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com

1. Birkin bags

I’ve never gone bonkers about handbags and purses. Now shoes are a different subject. I was always annoyed at a niece who spent all of her money on a Louis Vuitton handbag for the cost $1200, but never had enough money to buy clothes and food for her children, fortunately they all lived with my sister in law who paid all costs for her grandchildren. Me, on the other hand, spent $12 for a cheap crossbody bag and then ended up using a cell phone wallet instead. All I need was space to hold my phone and credit cards. So yeah, I think all designer bags are overrated.

2. iPhone

I had hard enough time spending $180 for a Samsung Android, let alone $1000 for an iPhone. Maybe if I had one I would see it differently, but my little Samsung does everything I need and want. My server could be better, but it serves it’s purpose. So, I tend to think that iPhones are overrated plus I have no desire to have an Apple product.

I know it sounds like I’m really cheap, but I’m not… I like to spend money on things that matter, like my desktop computer. In fact, I just bought an $800 massage chair, which is actually on the cheap side, now that I think about it, compared to the massage chairs that cost $5,000.

3. Writing a book and self-publishing

Writing a book is not overrated at all. I think everyone should do it because everyone has a story of some kind to tell. Self-publishing is something I’ve done twice and it has its own pros and cons. This next time I’d like to find an literary agent and professional publisher. That will depend on how patient I am and if I think I’m worthy enough to get both.

4. Scruffy, short beards

I like beards, so I think they are underrated. Almost any man will look sexier with a beard, scruffy or longer. There is a limit, of course. I’m not nearly as turned on by the long ZZ Top type of beards. Too Duck Dynasty for me.

5. Hoodies

Underrated. Love hoodies. They can be dressed down or dressed up, depending the material they are made of. I like hoods on sweatshirts, coats, cloaks, capes, tunics. Years ago I had a beautiful yellow mini dress with long sleeves and a hood. I loved wearing it.

6. HIIT workouts

High Intensity Interval Training. Why? It seems obsessive and overrated to me. I’m obsessive about some things, but exercise isn’t one of them. I liked exercise that was fun, like dancing, ice skating, running and swimming. Anything more than that is too much. At least for me. But at this stage of my life, I’d be happy if I could just walk.

7. Boxer briefs

For me, it matters most about what is inside the briefs; not whether they are boxers or skin tight briefs. So in that respect, they are overrated.

Bonus: Avocado toast. Overrated or underrated?

Totally overrated. Anything avocado, cauliflower or kale. At one time, these were treats because they were only in-season once a year. Now all three are being shoved down our throats. My mom loved avocados and couldn’t wait until they showed up in the grocery store. I remember watching her savor each bite after she got them home. She loved avocados so much that everything in our house was painted avocado green (along with salmon and apricot). Me? I’m not a fan. Or of cauliflower, or kale, or beets, or peas.

3 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday: November 17, 2020: Overrated or Underrated

  1. I loved this, your thoughts are largely similar to my own. I think the only difference is kale, I absolutely adore kale, and spinach. I remember someone mentioning crispy kale to me once and I thought they’d fallen off of their rocker, but then I tried it and now I prefer crispy kale to any potato snacks. I’m with you on peas too, my husband laughs at me because I swallow them with water and refer to them as “little green balls of pure evil”. Immature? Maybe, but we’re all allowed our down time from time to time.

    Like

      1. My perfect sandwich.. roast chicken, raw spinach, mayonnaise with a crack of freshly ground black pepper, it’s perfect! I find cooked kale can taste bitter, but crispy with a little sea salt I don’t notice it so much. It’s arugula that I can’t stand, I think it tastes like diesel smells haha.

        Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

The Yukon Harbor Historical Society.

The History of Colby, South Colby, Harper, Manchester, Blake Island, and the Yukon Harbor Area of Washington State & Western Puget Sound.

GRACEFIFTEENTEN

Unleashing the beauty of creativity

Barbie Girl Wonderland

Doll Reviews, Photostories & DIY Adventures

Lluís Bussé

Barcelona's Multiverse | Art | Culture | Science

Life, Entirely

She designed a life she loved...

Kathy by Design

Custom Paper Art for All Occasions

Silent Songs of Sonsnow

"I have enough time to rest, but I don't have a minute to waste". Come and catch me with your wise words and we will have some fun with our words of wisdom.

Inside Insights

reflections on what life gifts you

The Nomadic Architect

An Wandering Monk'ey'

BJDs for Dummies

A page about BJDs for the uninformed

Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson

SexPuppet

Continuing Adventures of a New Submissive

Osaka Language Solutions - Japanese Interpreting Services

Professional Japanese Interpreting Services

The Frugal Crafter Blog

Groovy craft projects, crafty recipes and other artsy stuff.

Deb's World

Midlife, fun and adventure

Silicon Valley Types

portraits & figures by an older woman artist, with blue collar roots

All Nudist

Everything about the Nudist/Naturist lifestyle

Penny Berry Quinn's Path

An Adult little girl carrying on with her Daddy in Heaven

Pressvision's Blog

Just another WordPress.com site

Billenkoek

Alles dat je ooit wilde weten over billenkoek...

Adult Second Life Blog

Second Life Blog: Sexy, Adult, Nudy, Sex, BDSM and a lot of more Adult Themes

chapter18

A blog with an Indian prespective

dreamshadow59

A great WordPress.com site

This girl's weblog

of life married to a deviously dominant madman!

Towint

The pagan path. The Old Ways In New Times

This Carbon Based Life

Falling through the universe at the speed of life

exposing40

Friends. Photography. Adventure.

sharechair

Everyday Technology for Everyday Folks

The Geeky Gaeilgeoir

Musings on, and sometimes in, the Irish language

Erotic Musings, Poetry, and Social Commentary

Thoughts, writings, social commentary, and some photography by David Mei. Warning intended for an adult audience if you are not the age of majority where you live, leave now.

Alphabet Ravine

Lydia Rae Bush Poetry

Posy Churchgate ~ Pillow Talk

Fiction with sexual/ adult themes. some non fiction

The Wolf in the Night Sky

A Blogspace for a Daddy Dom

Finding Strength in my Submission

Mature audience only, 18+ NSFW...kinky sex & spankings ahead!

mywildlens

self discovery through photography

Me Against Myself

Let's talk about mental health.

eatliveescape.wordpress.com/

Ingredients for a Beautiful Life!

All about Toni Dolls

For fans of vintage Ideal Toni dolls

Blogable

When it's in your head, it's blogable

After Bella

Addiction Forgiveness Acceptance

The Druids Garden

Spiritual journeys in tending the living earth, permaculture, and nature-inspired arts

Torte - The Blog

Recipes, products and decorating ideas from Torte Cake Decorating Supplies, New Zealand based

The Fat Baby Boomer

Give fat shaming the middle finger using body acceptance and neuroplasticity

Big Cat's Kitty Shed

On what's happening meow

Rohini Kudva

feminism | activism | politics |

%d bloggers like this: