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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-25 01:56:33
ID: 4277
I never get bad colds--they only last two days and it's usually one day of a sore throat and one day with some minor stuffiness and then I'm back to normal. I don't even need cold meds--just a rinse with a Neti pot and I'm good to go. I can't remember the last time I've been sidelined by a cold--it's been a long, long time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-25 01:48:56
ID: 4274
Worst date ever: I was in college and started chatting with a guy online. He wanted to take me on a date and he came to pick me up in his collector Buick that he was sort of obsessed with. The entire date consisted of rules about the car: No food or drink in the car. Don't touch the car. Don't wear high heels in the car. Don't look at the car funny. Don't put makeup on in the car., etc. I found out he lived in his parents' basement and was 10 years older than he told me online. And he called me fat. So yeah--never saw THAT guy ever again, thank God.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-25 01:12:11
ID: 4273
The worst date I was ever on was when I was 19-ish. A guy asked me out, and he was cute and nice so I said yes. He didn't have a car so I picked him up. No big deal. We went to a restaurant, had our meal and a decent chat. When the check comes, he "left his wallet at home" so I ended up paying for everything. Yikes. So we get to the car and I take him back to his place, and he leans in to kiss me. I let him kiss my cheek, but that was all. I wasn't against giving him a second chance (maybe he really did forget his wallet), but I never heard from him again. Oh well. I didn't lose sleep over it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-25 00:53:24
ID: 4272
I love talking to people. One of my favorite things in life is chatting it up with friends. However, I hate it when you are talking to someone who won't shut up! I mean, I can be a bit of a chatty Kathy myself, but I at least stop talking long enough to let other people join in the conversation. I hate it when I am having a conversation with someone, and they just go on and on and on without letting you get a word in. Its like, are you seriously just wanting to hear yourself talk? Take a breath! Let other people say something too!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-25 00:50:36
ID: 4271
I just read the transcribed rant of that fool who killed all those people by UCSB on Friday. No, I don't think this is a mental health issue or even a "bullied" person finally cracking...I think this is just a piece of shit human being who thought he was just so entitled he couldn't stand rejection. People with real mental problems should be insulted they are lumped with people like these.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-24 22:42:50
ID: 4270
I could have written the gardening post. I am having a hard time finding a job and fiance wants to raise farm animals and have a big garden. He would help on his off time but while he is at work, it would be my full time job. I'd rather work my usual office job. Ugh.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-24 19:34:35
ID: 4269
I just found out that my husband wants to wear skirts. I don't know what to do. Its not that I mind him wearing skirts, I don't but I am afraid of him being gay. I love him and asked him and he told me he is not gay, he just likes the feeling of the skirt. He was embarrassed to tell me about it but I understand but then he asked me if I thought he was gay. I asked him "Are you turned on by other guys?" and he said no so I said he's not gay but I am a little wary of it. He never gave an inclination towards gay stuff. The dress thing though a little weird is fine with me. I am just confused by it all.We had sex twice today so its not like he doesn't like my body but I wonder about it all and scared.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-24 17:54:28
ID: 4266
I really do appreciate that my DH wants us to eat organic and fresh, and we get to for basically free because he has a large garden and chickens. But honestly I hate the work that goes along with it. He works 50-70 hrs a week and even when he is home working on the garden it's still a ton of work for me. We get a ton of eggs so washing/storing/freezing them takes a while. Plus all of the canning/blanching/freezing of vegetables, along with all of the stuff needed to be done to any animal he kills when he hunts. I hate all of it. We have berries so there's jam/jelly/syrup made. This winter he tapped maple trees to make his own maple syrup. He has a dehydrator so that's jerky, dried fruit, tea. Honestly I sometimes want to run away. It's like living an episode of little house on the prairie. I have a ton of housework and two DDs 1.5 and 4 years old. Some days I don't want to spend every spare second I have 'farming.' I hate gardening. And spending any time together not 'working' on all of this stuff? Yeah right.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-24 11:32:31
ID: 4263
I bought a neti pot for my allergies but haven't been using it much...however I got a cold recently and thought I'd give it a try. It's the best "remedy" (for lack of a better word) I've tried ever. Way better than pills of any kind.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-24 04:53:59
ID: 4262
I just had drinks and dinner with him (for six hours!). He is 13 years older than me (I'm in my 30s and he's in his 50s), but anytime I spend time with him, I realize how easy it is and how compatible we are. Working together and our age difference complicates things. And the fact that we have never talked about being anything other than friends.
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