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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 13:05:46
ID: 3839
Left a whole chicken in the trunk of my car and has been in there since last thursday. Sprung a leak sometime last night. I feel I need to go to each of my neighbor's homes and apologize. Even away from my car and in a new change of clothes, I was not walking into work in the same clothes I drove in, I feel I can still smell it though my friend tells me she cannot smell a thing. Wish I could bleach my nostrils.
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Posted by: Cottonberry
2014-05-14 12:16:23
ID: 3838
I'm just going to chime in on the ring thing. My husband bought my ring from a friend who had purchased it for, but never gave it to, another girl. That didn't work out, and honestly I'm glad because she was a tramp and he's better off. But he sold him my ring for next to nothing. We drove out of town an hour to a Celtic store and bought my wedding band for 14.00 eventually I will upgrade. I will melt down the engagement ring and use the tiny diamonds (? idk if they are real) and make a pendent or charm or something special. And I will keep the celtic heart knot ring but wear it on my right hand. It's not that these rings aren't special, or that I don't love them, and I'm definitely NOT a gold digger. But we were in a time of just scraping by living on ramen and mac and cheese. Our lives have upgraded, so my rings will too. I'll be able to pick out something that I actually want, not something that was picked out for someone else, and it just happened to work out :)
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 12:05:37
ID: 3837
People on here can be little bitches. I am done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 10:51:52
ID: 3835
Just because I think flashy rings are a nuisance and a waste of time and money doesn't mean you need to jump in and defend your ring. I GET that to you it means something and that pretty rock symbolizes someething to you. However my OPINION and CONFESSION is that i will always think they are ridiculous wastes of time and money. There. You can't change what I think and I can't change what you think.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 09:04:35
ID: 3834
I am so pissed today! So, my brother calls me up to whine about how mom is mad at him for not calling on Mother's Day but he used the excuse that he was working and then spent the whole day shopping (yeah right). So, I hear him out and then I grab the statement "I told her that out of all of the kids, I'm the only one working." I stopped him right there and set his ass straight. I have been working since I got out of college in 2009. I work primarily online which he doesn't see as a "real job" (my paycheck says otherwise), my other brother has had a hard time in life and I have never heard the complaining one say anything nice to him without comparing himself to the other. He has to put down everyone else to build himself up. He has to be the one who had it hard (yeah right) and he is going to do all this great stuff (without working for it) and how he is special compared to the rest of us siblings. I finally called him a special snowflake and that he tried to pass off his remarks and then turn it around on me saying that I shouldn't get mad at what he said and I just told him that he should take responsibility for the things he says and does. He is at fault for not calling mom. He is at fault for his hurtful behavior and I am sick of his special snowflake ass.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 02:46:58
ID: 3829
I DAF about rings. Can we talk about something else? BORING!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 01:51:21
ID: 3826
I bought a $30 ring from Walmart for my wedding ring. We bought it just to do the process of putting a ring on my finger when we exchanged vowels. I never wear it because I don't like wearing jewelry of any kind. My husband is fine with this and doesn't care either way. When people I meet ask why I don't have a wedding ring on they are appalled when I tell them I don't like jewelry. A lot of the time people try to tell me that a ring shows commitment and love to my spouse and blah blah blah. Ummm...actually me being there for my husband and staying with him shows my love and commitment not the item on my finger.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 01:25:24
ID: 3825
OP with the ring upgrading friends here. Yeah, I was pretty appalled by what they were saying. It was DH's boss's wife & her friends. I was new to the area then. Thank goodness I've met a lot more people since then! I was just wondering if other people did this. I never plan on upgrading. You can't upgrade memories.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 00:27:18
ID: 3821
I went to school with a girl named Honey. It was super weird because the teachers would say "Honey, please come up here and solve this problem on the board" or "Yes, Honey? Do you have the answer?" It was just, well, bizarre. She had a sister named Candy, too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-14 00:14:11
ID: 3820
When DH and I were ring shopping, one of the jewelry salespeople saw the ring I wanted (it was a 1/2 ct diamond) and said "Well, you can always upgrade that little stone later on". I thought that was so insanely rude. I liked the 1/2 ct because it wasn't ginormous and it had just the right amount of sparkle. "Upgrading" is for gold-diggers.
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