Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-15 22:45:26
ID: 52697
Fucking GREAT. I was out in this ridiculous snow and I rear-ended a lady at a stop sign. I seriously hit my brakes early and was going slow, but my car just did. not. stop. It slid into her back end and luckily her car was totally fine. She didn't want to call the cops or get insurance involved, so I'm really relieved, but my car now has a bashed up headlight. DH said he'd fix it and can get a new headlight for $50 but I'm so pissed at myself that this happened. It really wasn't anyone's fault but our city never plows or salts any side streets and I am so annoyed that the roads were just so shitty that my car wouldn't stop.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-15 19:22:42
ID: 52696
You ever come across someone who's too stupid to insult? Whitey McWhiterson, who lives in Whiteville, who's neck is literally red- makes a facebook post saying racism isn't an issue because he never sees any racism. (Where he lives, he never sees any brown people, so... yeah) And I made the comment: "Also breaking news: world hunger is over because I just ate!" .. And he clicked 'like'. *headdesk*
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-15 16:23:06
ID: 52695
The Love Languages book changed my marriage.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-15 15:35:26
ID: 52693
In response to a confession. What does he expect from a 17 year old vehicle??
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-15 14:58:05
ID: 52685
I live in the back part of a duplex. It is surrounded by a u-shaped backyard and enclosed with a tall wooden privacy fence. I have a large seagrape tree with branches that hang over my bedroom roof, which is in the back. I live alone and last week there were crazy noises on the roof, scraping, rolling. We have raccoons, possums, squirrels and I thought that's what was making the noises, that and maybe a tree limb. My neighbors in the front also heard it. So today I go out to my side yard and my old rusted ladder I store in the yard is set up right next to my house in a position that someone tall and strong could pull themselves up onto my roof!!!!! WTF! I'm so fucking creeped out. What were they doing up there? Why? I have always said I don't need/want a gun but I have changed my mind.
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Posted by: TheDevilsSmile
2018-01-15 05:44:36
ID: 52691
Sometimes it really bothers me that my mom is so bad and careless about taking pictures. She came to the museum today with ds and I and she took a few pictures of him and I together and they were all AWFUL. I even knew one was gonna be bad because she didn’t wait at all for me to look at the camera and she just shrugged and walked away. Sometimes it really sucks having no one who thinks/wants to take pictures of ds and I together. I adore candid photos and I will never get those of ds and I and that makes me sad.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-14 23:30:51
ID: 52683
DH has been looking for a truck to replace our rusty one for a long time. He finally found a beater 2001 GMC that has no rust but is in really good shape for how old it is. He paid $5K for it and is already pissed off about it. He always does this. He buys a used vehicle and pays not much for it and then complains that it's not like a brand-new vehicle. I finally shut him up by telling him that if he wants a better truck, he'll have to spend more than $5K on one. He wanted a beater, he got a beater, it runs great and has no rust, so I think he needs to take a freaking chill pill.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-14 23:23:45
ID: 52682
I also like the Love Languages book. My love language is actions--meaning I feel loved when people do things for me and the way I show love is to do things for other people. My husband's love language is touch and communication. He is very good at telling me he loves me, loves it when I touch him, likes to show he loves me by touching me, etc. We don't always see eye-to-eye on things, but just knowing that we express love differently really helps.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-14 22:41:18
ID: 52678
To expand on The Love Languages book, there are 5 ways everyone interprets love. You may be one love language or a combination of a few. We all need to know how not only our spouse but how we interpret love. For example, my love language is quality time. If you spend quality time with me I feel loved and that makes me happy. However, my husband's love language is touch. Just the simple act of toughing him arm while I speak to him makes him feel loved and happy. I now reach out and touch him when walking by or if standing close. In return he is happy even though it was one of the most simple actions I could do. He in return sits down and spends time just talking to me. I actually hate being touched and he hates talking but when both our needs our being met by the other we feel better and more likely to give our partner what they need.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-14 16:55:45
ID: 52676
2018 had started off just as shitty as 2017. Fantastic.
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