Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:53:46
ID: 54993
My roommate never cleans the kitchen. I'm always the one keeping it clean and tidying up. As of today I am done. She does the dishes maybe about 35% of the time, but all she does is throw them in the dishwasher, never doing a complete job like wiping down the counters or sweeping. Whenever I ask her to wash dishes, she gets a serious attitude problem. Instead of getting angry, I've decided that I'm only ever going to wash my own dishes and clean my own messes. This means that she'll start to see when her junk piles up. I'm just going to let it sit there and get foul. If guests come over and see it or smell it, so what? If you don't care, I don't care.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:52:02
ID: 54992
In response to a confession. Well if you were in a dark bar or club at night with the loud music and strobe lights one would assume you didn't have a migraine or you wouldn't be there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:30:22
ID: 54991
In response to a confession. OP of 'sunglasses staring' confession. It was, in fact, a creepy guy with extremely dark sunglasses staring at me as if I couldn't see him situation. I suppose if I had mentioned that, there wouldn't be a shit storm up here--just a slew of posts shitting on men for being creepy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:14:21
ID: 54988
The sheer level of pettiness over the sunglasses indoor confession makes me embarrassed to be a female. Not the OP of that confession, but I assumed she was referring to a creepy guy in a bar type situation, not a middle aged woman in a grocery store etc. God, the drama. What a bunch of nit-picking beeatches on here.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:07:31
ID: 54941
I'm kind of unorganized and a big procrastinator, which my friends know. Well, last year I just couldn't get it together to send a friend something I'd bought for her that I knew she wanted. Late last year, everyone in our friend group was traveling for another's surprise birthday party. She was going to be there, so I brought it with me. She ended up not being able to make it. I meant to send it, but had just started a stressful new job and it stayed in my glove compartment. Last weekend we had to drive to a family event in her city, so we were trying to meet up to see her and give her the gift. We didn't get a chance to see her (or any of our friends there) but she told us we could drop it at her work with a certain person, which we did. It's been a week, and she's said nothing, not even responded to my text asking if she got it. Friends for 30+ years.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 01:04:44
ID: 54970
In response to a confession. How can you even tell someone has a medical issue? You probably just assume everyone is a douche. I've worn sunglasses inside many times. Getting migraines doesn't mean I can just stay at home in the dark and you can't tell that I have them. So the default position is douche baggery? Why don't you try minding your own business?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-21 00:53:56
ID: 54986
I'm the OP of the 'I can tell when people are staring at me through sunglasses posts'. And then another person started the 'indoor sunglasses posts' chimed. And then a whole bunch of triggered people chime in. Personally, I could care less if you wear sunglasses indoors ((And most people don't care, either! You're not special! No one is paying that much attention to you!). I really could give zero f**ks, just don't stare at me. You look like an idiot. And two...JFC, you people have your panties twisted up in enough wads to free a man through a window out of prison.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-20 22:42:29
ID: 54982
I have a pair of prescription sunglasses. Sometimes I forget to bring my regular ones with me, so I get looks when I go inside anywhere.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-20 22:18:35
ID: 54980
I'm sick to my stomach. My mom has started getting combative against the CNAs that take care of her. She is in stage 6 (out of 7) Alzheimer's and I'm worried now that one of the CNAs will hurt her back trying to retaliate or hold her down. She doesn't recognize my dad. She doesn't recognize me or my siblings. It was a rough weekend and I just wish things weren't like this.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-20 20:27:42
ID: 54979
Sorry, I forgot to mention transition lenses in my disclaimer. But if you head into a dark establishment, especially when it's already nighttime , THEN put on your non-prescription dark shades, that looks douchey!! I stand by my opinion.
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