Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-14 14:30:18
ID: 59069
I've been sick with a nasty cold for days. Yesterday I was in the car with DD20 & I flipped the mirror down and said, "Wow, I look like hell." DD, driving, glances over at me and says, "Well, mom, you probably shouldn't wear purple eyeshadow when you're sick." .... "I'm not wearing purple eyeshadow."
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-14 00:00:38
ID: 59055
I believe it. I know some people from podunk towns, and what's acceptable to them is NOT acceptable in normal society. The people who used to live next door were from a small town down South. One day they invited us for a BBQ. First of all, their backyard and deck looked like something out of Sanford & Son. Then, a little boy of about 3 pooped his pants. His mother yelled, "Well if you're gonna sh*t in your pants then you're going to sit in it!" See, she was busy drinking and on FB. When she finally went to clean him up, she just took all of his clothes off in full view of everyone, got the garden hose and sprayed the poop off of him - into the grass that other kids were running around in. Last time I went over there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 21:29:36
ID: 59051
My daughter didn't get the job she was so excited about. After three interviews. And they didn't even give her a reason. I'm so sad for her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 18:40:08
ID: 59036
In response to a confession. It's true, regardless of whether you believe it or not. Google Redkey, Indiana. It won't be so far fetched, then. But whatever, faceless internet stranger. Can't say I'm looking for your validation.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 15:13:20
ID: 59038
DD19 is now officially DD20, and has decided she wants a degree in computer science. She loves languages, and she's great at math & tech. She's very excited to learn coding as a new 'language'. I'm very proud of her. <3
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 06:39:06
ID: 59021
The podunk-town-stick-of-bologna story was hilarious but honestly, doesn't ring true. Good story, though.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 06:38:30
ID: 59028
In response to a confession. Most cured meats are sold in stick form, as well as pre-sliced. Thought that was common knowledge.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 06:37:56
ID: 59033
In response to a confession. Well they don't make the circles individually, lol. It's a "stick" first.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2019-02-12 18:19:43
ID: 59022
In response to a confession. WTH is a "stick of bologna"??? Isn't it cut in circles in a package?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 17:21:16
ID: 59016
My family is from a tiny podunk town. I don't get back there often, but this one time, about ten years ago, I was visiting and my aunt sent me to the grocery store. I was supposed to bring home a stick of bologna. I get there and there's this little girl running around naked. She has the one stick of bologna in the whole place and is riding it like one of those horse toys. I did not buy the bologna. The lady working the register didn't understand why and my aunt was perplexed as to why I left empty handed. I don't eat much when I visit them.
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