Don't put your iPhone or iPad charger in your mouth. It doesn't taste very good.
Coconut oil really is awesome for hair! Inexpensive and well studied, try it neat in your hair before washing. If you have oily hair like me, don't get it too close to your scalp. Before you run out and buy argan oil, try this stuff. Please. (Do a search on this blog for Moroccan Oil. It isn't about the argan oil; it's about silicones!)
I forgot how amazing Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime album is! Metal - particularly progressive and power metal - is so well suited to the concept album! It always seemed weird to people how much I love musicals and metal, but they're both very dramatic forms of music well suited to large expressions of emotion. And they walk that fine line between cheesy and awesome! (I mean musicals like Wizard of Oz, Sound of Music, Singing in the Rain...the older stuff!)
Only things that emulsify can be emulsifiers. Having the word "wax" in the ingredient name has nothing to do with its emulsifying powers. Candelilla wax, beeswax, soy wax, floor wax, jasmine wax - none of these things are emulsifiers. (Emulsifying wax isn't really a wax. It's just its name.) If you come across a website or blog or recipe that tells you these things are emulsifiers, they are wrong. I realize this is a bold thing to say, but these waxes are not emulsifiers. I have addressed the chemistry of emulsifiers before, but I'm happy to do it again, if there is interest.
(Beeswax is only an emulsifier when combined with borax. If you have made a lotion with beeswax without lecithin, borax, lanolin, or an actual emulsifier and it stayed combined, you have done a great job of using heat or mechanical energy to create an emulsion. Beeswax is no more emulsifying than adding Kool Aid, toast crumbs, or transmission fluid to a lotion, which is to say it isn't an emulsifier.)
If it's Opposite Day, you can't actually tell me it is Opposite Day.
Lecithin is an emulsifier, but it isn't an all-in-one emulsifier or emulsifying system. You have to combine it with a high HLB value emulsifier. If you don't know what that means, lecithin isn't the emulsifier for you. If you've never made a lotion, don't try to use the HLB system to create an emulsifier. (Look to the ingredient list to your right to see links to the HLB system.) The odds are good you will fail, and you might never make a lotion again, which would be sad. Try a recipe with a good emulsifier so you can see what is possible. Then work towards using lecithin in the future.
Waffles are great! The picture below is smothered in Cool Whip so lactards like me can enjoy berries and "cream" tastiness! I want waffles, but Raymond is away working for a few days and my Blondie dog lacks the requisite thumbs to turn on the mixer and work the iron. Sigh...a girl can still dream, can't she? (And if life were a musical, I would pick up my pup and sing her a rousing chorus of "Why do you lack opposable thumbs? Don't dogs like waffles and bowling and drums? Why did you fail to evolve such digits? I didn't think dogs were such ijjits!" Oh why isn't life like movies?)