Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 18:02:08
ID: 2422
I can smell liquor odor coming out of a person's skin pores too. I don't have to smell their breath. Gin is the worst.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 18:00:50
ID: 2421
You only think nobody knows you smoke. That body odor does not come from clothes. There is a waxy sebum body oil smell mixed with foul cigarette odor that comes out of the skin pores. I would never be so rude as to tell my friends that I can smell them. I just avoid being close to them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 17:01:15
ID: 2419
I wish my kids school would put out written guidelines as to what constitutes a trip to the principal. After school yesterday my DS6 was horsing around and pulled a girls arm and she said it hurt. A teacher saw and told his teacher. (He had already told me it happened and was remorseful.) His teacher emailed me and said he needed to speak with the principal about it. Really? Why not owe time at recess? Am I crazy to think a trip to a principal is excessive? If he were a problem kid, then I get it. But one time? Come on.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 15:52:28
ID: 2416
Workmen are outside my house and their tobacco body odor smell wafts in the open windows. Smokers never seem to realize that THEY STINK. I can walk by a smoker on the street and know they smoke. The foulness oooozes out through their pores and follows them like a wake. No matter how often they bathe, they can't get rid of the smell.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 12:48:34
ID: 2411
Tacky ass SIL is starting fights with 16 year olds on Facebook. Really?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 12:44:07
ID: 2409
I have DS's Kindergarten evaluation today. He's more than ready, but sometimes he doesn't feel like participating and just won't. I'm nervous he might do that when they evaluate him. I told him if he does a good job, I'll buy him a donut after. No Shame!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 11:02:29
ID: 2402
$700 for a damn phone?! That is $100 less than my mortgage. Who the hell spends that kind of money on a damn cell phone? That's just crazy! There's no way our combined income would allow for such a discretionary (and careless) purchase.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 10:50:41
ID: 2401
I found chocolate tortilla chips at the store. At first they tasted funky but now they are addicting! They need something else to go with them cause they are kinda boring on their own.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 10:42:54
ID: 2400
A proud braggy mommy moment for me: Went to my ds6 parent/teacher conference and ds is doing so well. SO well that his kindergarten teacher is advancing his reading curriculum to first grade reading level. He's the only kid in his class who knows ALL of his shapes, only one in his class who knows how to count by 10's past 100, and the only kid in his class who has had almost perfect attendance (if it wasn't for him getting strep throat a month ago, he would have had perfect attendance). I started teaching him some cursive and he's almost written his first name in cursive. He is just so smart. Really really smart. I'm so proud of him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-11 04:33:01
ID: 2393
I went back to college. Grants paid for most of it because our income was low. Now we have full health insurance instead of paying out of pocket. We're making extra payments on the house and paying off the credit card in full every month. It was worth going back to school, and it is worth sacrificing things like being able to volunteer for field trips. Investing in yourself and your future is worth it.
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