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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 05:50:15
ID: 3367
My car's check engine light came back on for the second time it was serviced at the Honda dealership and two days after I got it back just like last time. Wtf is going on? I was assured this time would be a permanent fix. Clearly not so. Should they have to pay for this service?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 03:24:10
ID: 3364
My dad recently gave me his old pocket watch that he had a a kid. My brothers found out about it and threw a fit. My mom told me that my brothers wanted the watch, oh you are breaking my heart (jk). My dad said that the reason I got it (I am his daughter) is because he doesn't trust them with it. My older brother may pawn it for alcohol while the other one would let his son play and possibly break it. Sorry mom I know you spoil the boys a lot but I don't ask anything of dad and he knew that I would take care of it because I know the sentimental value this watch has (it has been insured by me.) My mom made it sound like she expected me to give the watch to one of them. Sorry to break it to you too mom but I don't trust your sons either.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 02:58:22
ID: 3361
Ds and I are going to visit my mom and aunt for a week on Tuesday. I'm so excited. But dh is being a wet blanket. He keeps asking me if I'm going to leave him with enough money to eat while I'm gone. Because 2 years ago when I went to visit my parents and brother he ran out of money before he "had a chance to buy groceries" and in his words "survived on rotting food and coworkers kindness." I'm trying hard to not blow up on him... Seeing as he brought it up last year when I went to visit family then too. he blew 2 of his paychecks and money my brother gave us FOR ME to buy food with while traveling. I spent a whopping $20 from our bank account for the month I was gone. I made sure bills were paid, which he seemed genuinely surprised about, and even wired him money my mom gave me to use for food and whatnot when I was catching up with friends. When I got home there was still a freezer full of food and a cabinet full of nonperishables. Idk what rotting food he's referring to, it's not my fault he's an idiot. And I'm getting really sick of him trying to rub his mistakes in my face. Whatever, I'm going to enjoy my trip and if he goes hungry it's his fault.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 02:45:08
ID: 3360
As a cashier I hate people who throw crumpled up money on the counter for me to flatten out and count, people who spend the whole time I'm helping them talking to someone else they know... Especially when there is a line behind them. They don't notice that I'm waiting patiently for them to pay... People who are on the phone the whole time I'm helping them, people who throw a bunch of loose change on the counter for me to count... Seriously, stack it in $1 increments or roll it... The people who do this KNOW that we will accept rolls of coins. People who stand in line knowing full well they are expected to pay and still don't at least have their wallets out by the time they get to me. People who spend 20 minutes trying to see if they have exact change, but I really only hate it if they're making other customers wait... If no one else is in line it's a nice break from whatever else I was doing. People who make snarky comments about having to wait because I'm busy helping a customer who was in line before them... Yes, as a cashier i know things are expected of me and I need to suck up to the customers but I do wish more people remembered that being polite goes both ways, and not just towards me but towards everyone behind them as well.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 00:38:53
ID: 3357
Really awkward situation: I was at the grocery store and I knelt down to grab something off a shelf. An extremely obese man approached the shelf and hit me in the back with his stomach. I fell off balance and fell on the floor. He immediately apologized and I tried to brush it off, but man--people were seriously staring at both of us and I felt like such a tool. But c'mon, how do you not know you're hitting someone with your body? It was just...weird.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 00:36:31
ID: 3356
I know many women who are dealing with the consequences of men who refused to honor their requests. They asked these guys to stop smoking, it's ruining your health. Don't ride that motorcycle, you've had too many close calls. Don't fly in that homemade plane because I don't think it's safe. Treat your sleep apnea. Please lose weight. The result of these these men's refusal is heart attack, death by accident, & disabling diseases that requre a caregiver so the woman has to give up her life to push the guy around in a wheelchair for the next 15 yrs. Men - why do you refuse to honor your loved one's request when she makes it in your best interest? Ruining both your lives? WHY? Why is it better to prove dominance over your woman than to look out for your health in a reasonable way???
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-05 00:21:21
ID: 3354
I try really hard no to be judgmental....but my sister has these pants. They look like pajama bottoms with all these crazy stripes, but she swears they are pants. One day we were leaving her house and I asked if she was getting dressed. They are that bad. She took one of my kids to a game today because I had a time conflict with another sport. She showed up in them. I admit it, I was embarrassed and glad I wasn't going to be with them. If she swore she'd never leave the house in them again, I would buy a replacement pair. Bad sister!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-04 21:21:56
ID: 3351
Relaxing at home means not having to cook. Brother just made a delicious grilled cheese & fried egg sandwich. Mmm!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-04 21:03:23
ID: 3348
When I was a teen, I started sweating, a lot! It was so bad, within an hour, I would sweat through a hoodie in the middle of the winter. I sweat all year round, and I started sweating within minutes of being out of the shower. It was so embarrassing. It never smelled, but my arm pits were always wet. I ended up using heavy Duct tape and covered my armpits with it. It worked great. Thankfully it has calmed down now. I've never told anyone about wearing duct tape.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-04 19:20:01
ID: 3347
I just ordered a new tv cabinet online and got 30% off, plus free shipping. Also, my new egg cooker makes perfect hard boiled eggs. My life is pretty exciting, lol!
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