Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: hanginin
2014-04-28 21:36:28
ID: 3096
So what's up with the bangs that are so long that if you don't pull them way over to the side they're right in your eyes? Am I missing something? Do the people that have these use a ton of product to keep them over to one side or what? I'm confused. I mean yeah they're cute but I kinda like my hair to be able to move. Any input? Anybody? Bueller?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 21:29:06
ID: 3095
It should be freaking illegal for grocery stores to sell moldy produce at full price. I went to buy tomatoes and they wanted $1.29 a pound for Roma tomatoes. All but four of them in the entire bin were either rotten, moldy, or both. Why would they sell that crap? It just makes the store look bad.
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Posted by: hanginin
2014-04-28 21:10:18
ID: 3091
I have not had a cigarette since Easter Sunday! I feel like a bad-ass and I'm gonna get a new haircut! I'm gettin' bangs! I'm gonna do it! Woot!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 20:33:17
ID: 3089
Here is why I'm a loner: Every time I let people in my life, family or making friends, the weight of all of their problems lie on my shoulders. Everyone always comes to me to solve their crap or to help them. I always end up doing it...but then the one time I don't help, they stop talking to me. Which baffles me because any time I need something, even if it's just someone to talk to...I'm always ignored. I have people in my life right now who I am fully responsible for, adults. My ex (kids father) cuz he is stationed overseas & have to deal with all his stuff, and one of my parents who moved in with me and refuses to do ANYTHING, even for themself. For instance, today, said parent pulls out a jar of peanut butter and there are ants on it. I don't use or buy peanutbutter, my parent does. Parent comes to tell me so that I will clean out the ants in the pantry. Uhm...are you dead? no? CLEAN IT YOURSELF! About 5 times a day parent comes up with a new 'crisis' for me to deal with.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 18:58:34
ID: 3083
On Thursday, my guy friend, who had a baby with his wife in January, invited me and DH to their house on Friday night to eat and meet the baby. I told him Friday wouldn't work and suggested Sat. or Sun. instead. We agreed on Saturday. Around noon on Sat., I texted him asking "what time do you want to get together tonight?". Since they just had a baby, I was going to suggest we go out to dinner (everyone makes plenty of money, plus we would have treated them anyway). I didn't want him to think they needed to cook us food. I didn't hear from him until 6:15 Sat. night when he called to say he just saw my text - he had gone out on a bike ride. He asked if we still wanted to stop by, but the baby goes to bed at 8:30. DH and I still hadn't eaten so I told my friend we'd find another day soon. By the time we ate, and then drove to their house, it would almost be 8pm. I'm seriously annoyed by the way I was treated. I kept this night open for him. It's not like we made plans weeks ago so he forgot - we JUST made plans the day before! I hate blatant disregard for other people. If you don't want to hang out, don't suggest it!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 18:16:11
ID: 3067
Dear roommates, yes you are great and we get along, but you need to do your damn dishes and clean up after yourself. It shouldn't take you more than 3 minutes. Easy. But they have now have been sitting in the sink for a week and getting gross. We need to call a meeting and set up a cleaning schedule before this gets out of hand.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 17:51:29
ID: 3062
Actually sitting here researching the most effective and least painful suicide methods. I've had enough.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 16:42:04
ID: 3059
So, I've been with my boyfriend for almost a year. I finally feel like I can be myself around someone for the first time (I'm 42). We have fun, and have a lot in common. He's a total slob though. Everything in his house has an inch of dust, and he just drops his clothes wherever he takes them off. He never fixes anything - my side of the sink in the bathroom hasn't worked in months. His yard is full of weeds. I think about us living together or getting married and I know this is just going to be a lifetime of frustration. I'm not a neat freak but do keep things up. The thing is, he was married before and obviously didn't change then. He is 48 years old and this is probably just how it's going to be. I know no one's perfect, but I don't know how I would ever deal with it on a regular basis!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 15:31:23
ID: 3058
Went to sleep with my mind abuzz last night (not in a good way) and had a very random dream that included me crying on tv, puking at my last job, seeing my fave yoga teacher, seeing an old friend, and saw cockroaches somewhere. I think it means I worry to much of what others thing, quitting job was the right thing to do, my whole body needs to return to yoga, and not sure about the last two.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-28 15:10:30
ID: 3053
Dictionaries are good things.
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