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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-01 05:49:29
ID: 61168
In response to a confession. As a 30 something unmarried, childfree woman, I can confirm that, yes, this shit happens to pretty much all of us. The only good thing is that the older I get, the bitchier I am with my comebacks. Have I had children yet? Nope. Your husband still dating that yoga instructor? Golly, Sandra, that's unfortunate.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-01 04:18:59
ID: 61154
PSA - Inherited property is NOT considered community property, even in community property states. The key is that it HAS to stay in your name ONLY. So, if you inherit cash, open an account in ONLY your name and deposit it there. If you inherit property, DO NOT put in any name other than your own only. The minute it touches a joint account, it is considered community property. So if you deposit money in a joint account and transfer it to a different account just in your name, it's now community property. Even if it only stayed in that joint account for a day. I see a lot of women make mistakes with money and then get stuck in relationships they an't afford to leave. Educate yourselves, ladies.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-01 04:17:02
ID: 61176
I have a career and am financially comfortable and have never had trouble meeting men.....HOWEVER I will add that I wasn't really interested in settling down until my 40's. By that time, the men I was dating were frequently divorced and the divorced man has a very different outlook on life. I found they weren't typically looking for a traditional partnership and, in fact, valued a woman who could support herself and was fluent in the professional lifestyle.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-31 14:50:52
ID: 61175
In response to a confession. "You pretty much detailed why she is single." No, I didn't. She is single because she wants to be single. You ASSumed that she was single because men were intimidated by her. So, yeah, you absolutely made the judgement as to why she was single.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-31 14:08:31
ID: 61174
So I've had a cold and cough for about a week now. I don't really feel that bad, but I can not sleep at all because of the coughing. I am so tired. I finally found a medicine that seemed to work. The side effect was explosive diarrhea. FML. I just want to sleep.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-31 13:25:10
ID: 61171
In response to a confession. So, RubberCity, you are saying the only reason my cousin isn't married is because she's attractive and successful, so it's hard to get a man. How about, she doesn't want or need a man? Wow, you are as judgmental as the people I posted about asking why she isn't married.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-31 00:49:35
ID: 61165
When I was about 12 the dentist rested his arm on my chest between my breasts...he did not touch my breasts at all. I never told anyone because a few years before that my cousin touched my anal area and i got yelled at because I did not understand how serious it was. I wasn't sure if what the denist did was wrong (this was in the 1970's) and I didint want to get yelled at again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-30 21:54:34
ID: 61157
I'm 48 and have a first cousin who is 31. We live in different states now but are still very close. I talk to her all the time. Since the day she turned 30, people have been asking her when she's going to get married. Worse yet, they ask ME when she's going to get married. It's family, family friends, etc. They say she's so pretty (she really is beautiful), she should have no problem finding a husband, yada, yada. Jesus F. Christ! Maybe she doesn't want to get married!! Hell, if I had to do it all over again, I don't know that I would get married. And I bet half the people asking would say the same thing. It's not even a cultural thing with us. Do all umarried 30-something women deal with this shit? She's successful, has a job she loves, and is financially secure. I say good for her for not getting married if she doesn't want to.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-30 18:01:17
ID: 61155
My dentist was really creepy person, but at the time was very close to us as spoke our native language. My parents paid for our braces under the table because we didn't have insurance or something. I have a really vague memory of him touching me inappropriately, but I really hope that did not actually happen. I do remember to this day when he gave me a shot of novacaine that hit a nerve to which I yelled and nearly jumped out of the seat. He just laughed like a f*ckin manic. God, I hope he's no longer practicing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 23:48:02
ID: 61151
In response to a confession. I have not been to the dentist in about 25 years. I think it has something to do with the fact my mother was a trained dental hygienist, but hadnt worked for several years, so she needed to practice to test to get re-certified. She decided she she was going to practice on me. Of course after 15 years of not being a hygienist, she was not that good..she cut and poked my gum, and any normal kid, I cried. She told me to stop being a baby and told me to open my mouth because she was going to try again. I told her I wasn't her guinea pig.. Then the dentist said we should all stop. On the way home she told me I should not have made the guinea pig comment.
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