Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-14 22:33:48
ID: 50492
Two cold sores popped up on my lip this week. Just in time for tonight's fundraiser at new job. :(
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Posted by: greensquirrel
2017-09-14 19:05:18
ID: 50488
I spent hours making a boat out of clay for a project I'm working on and I showed dh because I was really proud of it, never having made a boat before and he said "that's a really good canoe". I spent like six hours making a canoe, not a fishing boat. It only took a couple of hours to make a little fishing boat because I figured out a process. Now ds has a little canoe to play with.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 19:19:49
ID: 50441
In response to a confession. If you dare ask here some posters will tell you to Google it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 19:17:52
ID: 50440
I am an olive oil snob. :)
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 19:15:55
ID: 50460
Oh Good Christ- watching the first season of This is Us..... holding..back..tears...not....working......*bawls face clean off*
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 16:54:33
ID: 50457
Ok, first of all...I'm not wound up about it, I'm annoyed because there's a couple of people who won't stop bringing it up. You act like I just passively sit there and never let them know, "Thanks but not interested,".
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 14:09:01
ID: 50453
In response to a confession. People do that with pretty much everything they are really into, I've found. Whether it's keto, yoga, veganism, crossfit or extreme ironing if someone is really into it they will want to convince you to try it because they find it so amazing. Why don't you just tell her you're not interested and change the subject. Doesn't really sound something to get wound up about.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 13:38:23
ID: 50450
I say, if you enjoy yoga, go for it. If you like strenuous yoga, hot yoga, gentle yoga, whatever...goat yoga! Do it. I for one and just tired of people trying to convince me how great it is. I. Don't. Care. I will never do yoga. Tried it in the past, meh. I have no interest in it. I'm very active, I do other stuff to stay fit, I don't want to do yoga. There's always that ONE friend though, who insists I try the class she's taking...or teaching. "Oh, this is SO great, you will love it!" Nope. Why do I have to love it just because you do?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 09:43:50
ID: 50448
Try more vigorous yoga then you'll see why it's a workout! Half the point of yoga is to be able to cultivate mental stillness while in a difficult position to get into/hold. It can absolutely be both a "work out" and a zen experience. When you see the advanced poses like firefly, scorpion or peacock, people don't get into those without being fit as fuck as well as zen as fuck. Not dissing gentle yoga, my favourite type is yin, but the degree to which you consider it a work out definitely will depend on which type you are doing. That's why it's so freaking awesome. There's yoga as slow as yin which is basically like 5 minute naps in strange positions, all the way up to the craziest strenuous shit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-13 04:00:25
ID: 50445
My MIL is obsessed with healthy eating. It's all she talks about - brags about how all her food and choices are the best, and puts down anyone who is slightly overweight or anytime she sees someone eating something she wouldn't. I told her I love peanut butter so she got the label and read it and said how bad it is. She constantly talks about how eating out is bad, she never does it, and brags that she fasts and does this, does that. It's so fucking obnoxious.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: