Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-09 16:50:35
ID: 57149
So we got two coin miners. According to my calculations, they'll make a profit of about $25/mo each. Bonus- they kick out so much heat that our electric heat bill will be significantly reduced. Pretty happy about this!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-09 03:02:11
ID: 57123
In response to a confession. I don't know who that was directed at, but that's one off the funniest insults I've ever heard and I'm stealing it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-08 20:23:13
ID: 57141
My DH has made zero lifestyle changes in the 20 years we've been together. I (over the years and not all at once) have lost weight, quit smoking cigs, cut waaay back on marijuana use, only drinking socially, starting eating healthy and exercising, etc..meawhile he's still smoking like a chimney, eating like shit, drinking all the time, getting a big beer belly. He has done nothing at all to better himself over the years.He's totally fine with it and I know I can't expect him to overhaul his whole lifestyle but it's such a turnoff now. He has zero interest in changing any of his ways either.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-08 20:17:21
ID: 57140
Ugh, so sick of dh's gross, loud snoring. I have nowhere else to sleep either, our house is tiny and one level. You can hear it anywhere in the house. Over it and him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-08 12:50:29
ID: 57134
DH's sister, her three little girls, his aunt and uncle, and his mother were ALL visiting... and as of this morning they have ALL left for their respective home states. *sigh* I love them, they're all great. But man, it's gonna be so nice tonight to have a nice quiet house, and it's gonna be amazing to go back to being our normal hermit-like selves. Hosting big dinners for a lot of family, having house guests, and trying to make entertaining plans for everyone is kinda stressful.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 13:38:56
ID: 57125
Children are money pits. Over $250000 for each child up to 21. You can buy a nice house with that in most areas. Stay single,childfree, and retire early and comfortably. And there is no guarantee kids will care for you in your old age. You will be healthier anyway because you did not spend your whole life caring for kids an a husband. I am 52, childfree, single and look like I am 35-40. My friends raised 2 daughters who are now in their 20's. My friends are a little younger than I am. We all went out to eat and the waitress thought I was their daughter.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 05:51:39
ID: 57122
Ok, whatever, you huge mentally ill tomato.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 04:18:09
ID: 57104
Pets are money pits IMHO
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 04:17:46
ID: 57101
In response to a confession. I have a kid and use babysitters. Quick! Someone call CPS!
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Posted by: Zen66
2018-10-07 04:04:35
ID: 57120
In response to a confession. You don't need to put your dog down - you just need to be more aware of her stressors. Moving is a HUGE stress for dogs. Then to have all those people she didn't know come into her territory, and crowd around her - and add in sore hips? The perfect storm, poor pup. If you're going to have a lot of people over, try to keep her in a separate room for a while, and introduce a couple of people at a time to her until she's comfortable enough to be let out. Remind the kids not to crowd her or be rough with her. My rescue is 9 and he doesn't let anyone in the house. We have to muzzle him and have guests sit and offer him treats, then we have them move slowly around the house. Once he starts wagging his tail, we can take the muzzle off and he's fine. It takes a lot of effort but it's what we have to do. I hope your niece is okay!
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