Saturday, 25 February 2017 09:06 AM
#26430 I remember you asking me that a couple years ago, when we were breaking up. I didn't, and I meant it, but now I'm glad we have talked since.
Saturday, 25 February 2017 03:09 AM
#11003 I'm a virgin and wonder whether this makes me a bad advocate.
Saturday, 25 February 2017 02:21 AM
To the young females and males who were at the sadies dance tonight, it would be very mindful if you put on some deodorant. Some of you stunk like hell. Do you ever smell yourself?
I am a concerned human and I approve this message.
Be thoughtful to others' nose. Damn it!!!
Saturday, 25 February 2017 02:01 AM
#11002 Bangs are overrated. They make my forehead greasy and pimply and get in my eyes and have to be cut too frequently. I like all my hair more or less the same long-enough-for-braids length. I say more or less the same because I have split ends. Braids are best. Braids are disciplined and low-maintenance.
Friday, 24 February 2017 11:25 PM
#26429 A cure for wellness is a fucking ridiculous. It bothers me on so many levels, and was done so perfectly. 10/10 would never watch again
Friday, 24 February 2017 10:47 PM
#26428 I feel like the loneliest person right now.
I wonder if I have anyone who truly cares about me, because despite being absent from many of my friends lives, not a single one had wondered how I've been doing. In weeks.
And I'm a train wreck. Can't sleep, can't eat, and no one notices. I understand everyone has their own lives to worry about, but why do I care about so many people and show them frequently that I do, only to not have the same treatment in return?
I'm hoping I can make it through this, because it's definitely not getting easier.
Friday, 24 February 2017 09:45 PM
#26427 Any opinions on being friends with an ex you still have feelings for?
Friday, 24 February 2017 07:37 PM
#26426 Man, I love her but it seems like she dont care. Why wont she let me in. Does she live me or just some body to be with
Friday, 24 February 2017 07:36 PM
#26425 So my best friend and I are going on a double date with our boyfriends sometime in the near future. We all want to dress up and go to dinner somewhere, but then after that we run out of ideas. Any recommendations of fun things to do while in fancy clothes? Preferably not dancing.
Friday, 24 February 2017 07:35 PM
#26424 I confess i have no idea how to change my body. How do i get rid of cellulite? Ive started workin out more and eating a lot healthier, i just started but will doing thay reduce my cellulite or is there anything else i can do?!
Friday, 24 February 2017 07:34 PM
#26423 I'm getting married in 4 weeks and I'm extremely conflicted over changing my last name. I had always been against it, but now that it's my decision to make-I'm just not sure. I know the history behind it, but I really like the idea of a family name. Any suggestions (especially those who are well versed in feminist literature) would be much appreciated
Friday, 24 February 2017 06:01 PM
#11001 I am so sick of these stay at home moms with their own little "businesses". You know, the ones who peddle crap for pyramid schemes and call themselves business owners. If their products and businesses were so great, they could sell to the general public and wouldn't need to bother their friends.
For example, this one lady I know tried to get me to buy some health supplement that cost $100 a month. She said they would help me lose my baby weight (rude to bring up). Well then how come she's been taking them for a year, and she hasn't lost her baby weight? When I told her I couldn't afford them, she goes on to lecture me about my spending habits: "Is it really necessary to go out to eat once a month? Do you really need to get your nails done?"
Bitch, you are so entitled that you think I should cut every luxury out of my life so that anything extra can go to you???
Then I said that I was still breastfeeding, so it probably wouldn't be a good idea anyway. She says "but they're just vitamins".
THEN WHY DO THEY COST $100 A MONTH??
This other lady tried to sell me some essential oils. I told her that the lavender oil that I get at the natural foods store was less expensive, and that if her stuff were the same price, I would buy it. She tried telling me that what I buy isn't real essential oil, but I know it is because I checked. Then comes the guilt trip: "Your purchases support big corporations and celebrities, so why not support a friend?" Once again, someone who feels entitled to any expendable money that I may or may not have.
There was also a time I was invited to a party, only to show up and be ambushed with a sales pitch. She led me to believe that I was just being invited to a normal party, and I even brought a hostess gift. And no, I didn't buy a thing. That was just plain deceitful and shameless of her.
I am a stay at home mother too, and we manage to get by on a single income. If we couldn't, I would get a job, not become a charity case disguised as an entrepreneur. It's like when kids sell stuff to fundraise, except these are adults, and the charity is themselves.
And if you really must, just put it out there that you're selling Lularoe, or whatever, and if it's something I want, I'll come to you about it.
Friday, 24 February 2017 05:20 PM
#26422 I am a nymphomaniac. I'm not sure how long this will last but accepting this has ended all my suicidal thoughts.
Friday, 24 February 2017 03:17 PM
The two girls working in The Living Room on Friday, keep it up ??
Friday, 24 February 2017 12:52 PM
#26421 Judging by the way women act aND how cute everything is in relationships, I'm just going to be single forever