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culturehandy
post Jul 3 2007, 07:26 AM
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I am not impressed by people with tuned exhaust, a body kit on their honda or a loud stereo system. I think it is a complete waste of money and it is obnoxious. You aren't being unique when just about everyone with a honda does this.


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freckleface7
post Jul 2 2007, 08:43 PM
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I confess :

my inbred moronic neighbors are shooting off fireworks right now, close enough that I can hear the sppppppff whiz by my upstairs window;
I have the worst urge to go outside and let loose w/ my garden hose.

" .. what. I was just watering my grass. "


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freckleface7
post Jul 2 2007, 01:47 PM
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culture phone I Have time to prepare, but we still eat just a lot of crap.
I'm not proud of it, but it's reality.

so if I ever saw You at the grocery staring at my cart, it'd be o k tongue.gif !


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culturehandy
post Jul 2 2007, 01:36 PM
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I judge people who have lots of crud, and I mean like no fruit or fresh fruit. I always feel bad because I know what it is like to be rushed so that you don't have the time to prepare.


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freckleface7
post Jul 2 2007, 12:59 PM
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[quote name='culturehandy' date='Jul 2 2007, 01:22 PM' post='159857']
[color=#9932CC]I judge people by what they have in their cart at the grocery store.

I'm always the one embarrassed by the crap I have in my cart, sure people are judging me.
now I know I'm not paranoid. (at least not when it comes to this!) ohmy.gif

I was almost killed in my neighborhood a little while ago, when 2 teens speeding in a car flew through a stop sign at a 4-way.
by guardian intervention the accident didn't happen, but as they were zooming past, they made eye contact w/ me and it was as if they were only just seeing me there right at that moment and realised what a catastrophy it Should have been.
I hope this makes them more careful; it scared the shit out of me.


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anna k
post Jul 2 2007, 11:29 AM
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Me too. I don't like the use of "u" for you" or "ur" for "you are" or any of that. It's lazy and annoying to read.
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culturehandy
post Jul 2 2007, 11:05 AM
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I judge people by what they have in their cart at the grocery store.

If I'm exchanging e-mails or text messages with a man, and he has poor spelling, I find it a turn off.


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bettieblank
post Jun 26 2007, 09:39 AM
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I agree with anna K, play on!

Confession: I havent spoken to him in years, but I heard that he was engaged and she was pregnant. I had this sudden realization that we were never going to be together, I didnt even know I still had any sort of feelings left for him. I thought of all of the ways I could get back in the picture and be close to him. But after a while I realize I only want what I cant have and I definetly cant have him.
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anna k
post Jun 26 2007, 09:15 AM
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Play on, playette.
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culturehandy
post Jun 26 2007, 07:10 AM
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I use men for my own pleasure then walk away without giving a shit. I have become a player. I have turned off the part of me who gets feelings to avoud being hurt.


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freckleface7
post Jun 26 2007, 05:45 AM
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mouse: injuries of that ilke, many Many times.
just yesterday I was at a store and snuck over to the checkout lane next to me to snag a candy bar they were out of in my lane, and whacked my head on the shelf corner as I peeked around- and yes, there was someone else standing in line there when I did it.
if anyone had their camera phone on right then I could be the next big you-tube sensation. rolleyes.gif

ditto for telling a few friends about Bust. but the mag, for women my age, isn't all that hot to trot and most of my friends don't get all riled up about declaring to be a feminist/what that means the way I do.
I'd rather them check out this Lounge than the mag (am I goin' to hell for saying that??) anyway, bc I think it's more diverse.

confession: I have lost my guilt-spawned drive to Ever start-go to college.

confession: I also realise now I am utterly done "doing good" in the largest sense of what motivates me as a human being..I don't think I want to go into social work anymore.. I don't even want to volunteer..
leaves me at being completely lost as to what I want to do w/ the remaining years of my life.

scary.


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mouse
post Jun 25 2007, 08:21 PM
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i told two of my best real life friends about bust. i feel a little naked. who knows if they'll even check it out, but we'll see. i'm a little askairt.


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mouse
post Jun 23 2007, 11:34 AM
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i gave myself a really stupid, embarrassing injury the other day. i took a quick shower and then turned the water off and started drying myself off, but a slippery sensation told me that in my haste i had forgotten to wash the soap out of my ass crack. i hate that feeling but i was also half dry so i didn't want to get back in the shower to rinse it out. i decided that it would be a brilliant idea to turn the water back to the faucet instead of the showerhead and to squat backwards in my bathtub with my stupid butt positioned under the running water. this worked fine to get me soap-free, but when i went to stand up i SLAMMED the top of my butt into the faucet--which is fucking sharp, btw!!!--and now i have a couple of rows of nasty cuts where most girls have tasteless tattoos. it hurt like holy hell and it bled forever and is a really awkward place to try to put a bandaid on but honestly no one can say i didn't deserve it. rolleyes.gif


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freckleface7
post Jun 22 2007, 07:10 PM
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I bought them, a pair of sandal crocs, 2 straps that you wear forward, w/ a thin strap over your toes.
black w/ a light lavender base, though they were also available in brown w/ lite pink.

so far Yes, they are really comfortable. a nice massagey sole for the pressure points and they weigh nothing and are uber spongy so you feel like you are stepping into fluffy bouncy air.

the mr says " eyy, they're not so ugly." but will need a good all-day wear for a true roadtest yet.


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freckleface7
post Jun 22 2007, 11:55 AM
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I am probably going to purchase a pair of the sandal crocs this afternoon; I got heniously bad blisters from a pair of sneakers yesterday and enough is enough. my poor feet throw up the white flag.
will let you all know if they are as comfy as advertised.


..I believe I developed Situational Tourette's (not to make fun of anyone w/ it) at a theme park yesterday;
the mr tricked me (twice) into going onto roller coasters and I was so scared and freaked out and Mad that this little voice I had no control over started screaming " LIIIIIIII-AAAAARRR!! - - Liar! - LIAR!!"
and then the 2nd time (right behind 2 young girls no less, I am so ashamed) " F- UUUUUUUCKER!!! "

I do not think I am much welcome there again, not that I would return anyway. unsure.gif


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humanist77
post Jun 22 2007, 10:53 AM
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but that's before I actually saw someone wearing them. They were a lot more petite, not so huge and clunky looking, like the clogs. Don't get me wrong, they're still fairy ugly-but a lot less compared to the other ones.


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pollystyrene
post Jun 21 2007, 11:23 PM
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Wait a minute, we saw those at Nordstrom the other day and you said they were ugly! blink.gif tongue.gif


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humanist77
post Jun 21 2007, 11:12 PM
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I saw a girl wearing those mary jane crocs and i thought they looked kinda cute.
These are a lot narrower than the original ones, and they don't cover so much of the foot. They look a lot more feminine.
Believe me, I still think the original clogs are ugly as sin.




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anna k
post Jun 21 2007, 12:41 PM
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I feel like I'm old and uncool, and I'm just 23.
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grrrlyouwant
post Jun 20 2007, 08:56 PM
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i wish my roomie's elderly dog would have to be put to sleep already, just so i don't have to listen to roomie talk to it in that ridiculous baby voice anymore. i'd also like to tell her that the reason the dog still pees all over the kitchen floor is because she says "no no baby, bad girl" in the same squeaky happy voice she says "does mama's good girl wants a treat? yes she does!" duh, it's all about tone. dry.gif


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