Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 14:36:53
ID: 4401
I heard a quote comparing men's rights activists to white power activists...basically creepy supremacists. Kind of tend to agree with that. There are maybe one or two areas where women have the upper hand (ie, there is an increasing suspicion amongst people that any man within a fifty foot radius of an unrelated child is a paedophile, and women certainly have the upper hand in custody battles, sometimes unfairly), but that's IT. Men have it better than women in pretty much every way, even in "liberal" Western societies. To even suggest there is a need for MRM is fucking patently ridiculous. Anyone who lives in the real world will see misogyny and sexism everywhere if they look for it. Things might be better than they used to be, but better does not mean equal.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 13:58:28
ID: 4400
Anyone try the "Yes To" brand of products? I've been using the Yes To Blueberry face wash and I really like it. I'm thinking of trying the Cucumber sunscreen, too. I love the fact that they are cruelty free and use natural ingredients. I would also like to try their shampoo. Anyone?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 12:05:40
ID: 4399
I shouldn't be walking the dog on a hurt ankle. But I'm doing it to help you out. So yes I AM PISSED OFF when our dog gets off her collar and runs off and when I wobble inside to tell you, you take so damn long to get dressed that I have the dog before you even get outside! I love you but right now I'm sore and annoyed that you're such a slow ass sometimes.
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Posted by: Annoyedleo
2014-05-28 11:12:24
ID: 4397
Okay, we get it. A poster here is dramatic. Like that never happens. Y'all can stop now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 11:00:06
ID: 4396
Commenters who need to tell others to fuck off, then write a blistering paragraph about why they were 'right' and others were completely wrong...well, come off a little over dramatic and hysterical to me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 04:25:09
ID: 4393
I set up my 4th online date in 5 days. Then deleted my online profile because I felt like this would be last one before I took a mini-break to refresh. The fourth date tonight felt quite positive! Maybe this was a sign from the universe that things will happen on its own when you let go. He was kind, attentive, and conversation flowed very easily. I felt like I've known him forever and 3 hours flew by before I had to go! We made dinner plans for tomorrow. :) Given my awful relationships in the past, I hope this is a sign of good things to come.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 01:17:10
ID: 4387
Well...I had my interview and my voice still sounded like Emma Stone's today, so I apologized to the interviewer in advance and just tried to make my questions and answers concise. I think the interview went well, so I hope I'm right...I would LOVE a job with benefits and the opportunity to advance.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 00:57:22
ID: 4386
I'm pretty sure my husband is lying to me about what he got in the mail today. He knows I'm nosey and usually gives me crap (jokingly) when I ask about things like what's in the package I had to sign for but tells me and shows me what it is. Today though I signed for a box wrapped with tape that says in big letters "DO NOT ACCEPT IF TAPE IS BROKEN--CHECK CONTENTS BEFORE SIGNING" which I didn't do because I was busy making sure ds didn't run into the street and didn't see the tape till after the ups guy left. So I ask dh what it is and he says it's medicine. So I ask him medicine for what and he says it's for his joints. He is in the military and picks up all his other meds at the pharmacy on post... They seriously discourage getting your meds anywhere else except in an emergency. So I ask why he didn't get it from the pharmacy and he says because he had to order it online and when I asked why he got kinda snippy and said "I don't know! That's just what I had to do!" And then snuck the bottle and all the other paperwork into the bedroom. Later when I was in the bedroom for something else I remembered that he brought them in here and could not find them. He is hiding something. I'm fairly certain he's buying weight loss supplements knowing I am against them. I don't really care what they do to him... I trust him to be responsible with them and if he gets any ill effects it's on him. But we cannot afford it right now. Especially since he gets the pricey stuff and then doesn't even work out. Most of what he buys is supposed to be taken along with exercise and a healthy diet. He had a king sized snickers bar for breakfast, and another for dinner and works out maybe once a week for half an hour right now. He is WASTING money we don't have! And I?' pretty sure maxing out a credit card he isn't supposed to be using to do so. Honestly, idk why I'm even married to him right now. This is just one of many things.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-28 00:34:50
ID: 4385
It's REALLY hurtful to be told to 'get over' something. I wish people who say stuff like that would just.....STFU
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-27 23:22:42
ID: 4383
Blaming no one but myself. A frenemy has made herself known. Why has she put so much effort into being nice to me and why did I not see the signs before? All the calls about "Are you going to X?" and then when I walk into the event, game, parent night etc... she doesn't sit by me or acknowledge me. So stop texting to ask if I am going? And I think you and your husband seem like aging cool kids. Rant over.
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