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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 17:42:18
ID: 2964
no one, not even my own husband, has ever called me pretty. It is actually kind of depressing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 16:53:50
ID: 2963
I don't understand the fascination for gun laws. I have a few people on my FB that loooove to talk about gun laws and how they hate Obama and the government and whoever else for "taking away their right to bear arms". What? And they want every law-abiding citizen to be able to carry a gun where ever they, school, church etc..I am all for our right to bear arms, but geez, why does your life have to revolve around guns? To me that seems extreme and scary that someone is that obsessed.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 16:46:16
ID: 2962
Holding off on car repairs due to finances. Car finally in the shop today and fingers crossed repairs are minimal.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 15:06:36
ID: 2960
I've got a slew of medical problems and two of them manifest themselves physically as excessive weight gain and a blind eye. Growing up I never considered myself "pretty", and I was bullied constantly as a kid for being fat. I lost 30 lbs and have been slowing going down since my tumor was discovered and removed, and I was put on medication to regulate my hormones. People call me pretty even though I'm still not skinny (250lb) and I don't believe them. Its happened suddenly, too so I feel even more weirded out. Two guys at work flirt with me, and some of the other girls I know tell me "but you're so pretty"! No... are you guys looking at the right person?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 14:24:05
ID: 2958
People claim marijuana is not addicting. I don't see it that way. So many people cannot stop smoking when they are job hunting and they have to use fake urine or someone elses' urine. If they have a job and know they may be subjected to a random drug test, they still smoke. If it isn't addicting, why do you put yourself through that stress and worry for a high?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 13:45:03
ID: 2957
Communicating with people online- especially people I don't know- doesn't sap my energy like dealing with people that are actually physically in my life. I can log out and the internet people can't find me! It's a beautiful thing. I only have to deal with people if I choose to. I absolutely hate getting phone calls. And pop-ins at my home are just completely unacceptable. Texts are all right, facebook messages are all right. Emails are preferred. But actually visiting with people and talking to people exhausts me. And the louder and more boisterous the person, the more exhausted I get.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 13:18:14
ID: 2955
OP here who went on the weird job interview. I posted earlier this week I didn't get the job. At the interview he said he was interviewing several people and in the rejection e-mail I got, he mentioned the standard "I have decided to go with a candidate who more strongly matches our needs". I just saw the job was posted again 13 hours ago. Seriously. He must be looking for a Christian child lover who dresses like an Amish person. Ha.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 10:48:10
ID: 2953
Why don't people who own dogs teach them not to jump all over people and scratch at them? It's so damn obnoxious. I get that your dog 'lives' here and not me, but TRAIN them to have manners. I hate visiting my friend G becuase her stupid dog (its' a big dog too) jumps on my, slobbers all over my hands and arms, begs for food and scratches up my legs. I have told her to get him some training before I visit again, or to keep him outside and she got annoyed. Now she has a puppy in addition to the big dog and it's even worse. She was ill so I went to visit her, despite my dislike of her dog. The puppy and the dog combination? HORRID. And I am an animal lover.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 06:34:09
ID: 2948
One of BF's biggest complaints about me is that I'm too sensitive. I agree that I am not as thick skinned as I probably need to be, especially if I'm going to stay with him, but in my mind I legitimately get my feelings hurt by something I consider mean or rude. So this has been my pattern during our time together: He says something to me that I get offended about and we have an argument. Then I decide I need to stay away and not have any communication for awhile while I stew about what an asshole he is and try to decide if I want to continue in this relationship. I can be very stubborn and he also is very stubborn, so days and sometimes a week or two go by without any communication. It's usually him that finally calls and we end up working things out, but he hates that I don't have good conflict resolution skills. I'd like to work on that, but I also think he's manipulative and I don't like feeling like he's always right and I'm the one that has the problems to work on. Ugh, this sounds so childish, but I'm willing to work on my issues, just not sure how. Books, counseling, any ideas???
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-25 04:54:23
ID: 2946
Is there anything that can be done about a coworker that farts off and on all throughout the day? She is already disliked by everyone because she's such a psycho. People complain about her laziness, bad attitude about her job, and her strong horrible perfume, but she rarely gets in trouble. Now all of a sudden she is farting. You can't hear it, but she's stinking up the place and she not only does it around her coworkers, but around our clients also. She's a piece of shit!
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