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  1. Legos. I could never have enough Legos. Lego...

    Legos. I could never have enough Legos. Lego has really figured out how to cash in on every movie, fad, etc., so I would say that general toy genre has moved toward "worse", ruined by bottom-line...
  2. I do not like horror movies. DH loves them. ...

    I do not like horror movies. DH loves them. Whereas he enjoys the adrenaline rush and anxiety... :dead: Not for me. Give me a comedy.

    Jaws - To this day, I'm nervous at the beach. I'll never...
  3. It's all in the tone and nuance. Most of the...

    It's all in the tone and nuance. Most of the time IRL, it is not used insultingly. I think there's some novelty in learning that it can be used as a restrained eff-you that makes it so appealing to...
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    This is where I suspect food is a symptom, not...

    This is where I suspect food is a symptom, not necessarily the source. She said she couldn't put her finger on it, but...

    "He says thats fine if I am okay eating it "like that"... " (My...
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    "In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart...

    "In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant." Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. - Elwood P. Dowd
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    Ah, Vicki Lawrence stole the second skit. :lol:...

    Ah, Vicki Lawrence stole the second skit. :lol:

    Thanks for the laughs. Those were great! I really want to go watch re-runs of Mama's Family now, too...
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    And also revisit your storage conditions. We...

    And also revisit your storage conditions. We frequently have meat in the freezer up to a year after processing a calves, hogs, or deer. Proper packaging and temperature control goes a long way...
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    If I were you, I would sit back and take a hard...

    If I were you, I would sit back and take a hard look at the entire relationship. Food is probably just the tip of the iceberg. How are ya'll on spending/saving, for instance?

    My personal...
  9. I think there's also been a cultural shift away...

    I think there's also been a cultural shift away from planning in general (and sticking to a schedule!) and toward playing it by ear. We (general we) used to plan the day, set times, and be where we...
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    The price of the horse isn't worth the hassle,...

    The price of the horse isn't worth the hassle, IMO. I've run into trouble with trials even with a contract in place that clearly spelled out the terms. It got sorted in the end, but that's not the...
  11. There may be a unique circumstance surrounding...

    There may be a unique circumstance surrounding the pre-schooler having a phone. My DH got DSD her first phone when she was 5 due to the circumstances surrounding his divorce from her mother. She's...
  12. Podiatrist, just to be safe. I lost a nail due...

    Podiatrist, just to be safe.

    I lost a nail due after an overly excited TurboMutt slid her giant toenail into my peep-toe heel, freakishly jabbing the back corner "just right" to kill the nail. ...
  13. Kids will eat what they're accustomed to being...

    Kids will eat what they're accustomed to being fed. It would be a waste to buy a tiny child their own plate, but IME, it's usually a waste to buy off the kids menu as well. Adult entrée portions...
  14. Why not?

    Why not?
  15. DH and I went through IVF for DS, so I told my...

    DH and I went through IVF for DS, so I told my boss from the get-go because of all the appointments. I highlighted the fact that, if it was successful, he was getting the earliest maternity leave...
  16. It's not even a ban on small kids; it's a ban on...

    It's not even a ban on small kids; it's a ban on disruptive kids. Even a good child can become overwhelmed in a strange environment, but for the most part what is practiced at home during family...
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    Never heard of Lilly either...

    In some regards, I enjoy being completely clueless. With my luck, it's a wonder I didn't stumble into Target for some Advil and a phone charger and find myself caught in the midst of that insanity. ...
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    I, too, got lucky with a DH who fully supports me...

    I, too, got lucky with a DH who fully supports me and has from Day 1. I've certainly had frustrations with the kids, but for the most part, those frustrations are simply par for the parenting course...
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    And you know you've moved around a lot when the...

    And you know you've moved around a lot when the question "Where are you from?" requires considerable clarification.

    I'm right there with you, ybiaw. ;)
  20. I'm not sure I understand your question. There...

    I'm not sure I understand your question.

    There is a grace period during which you need to pay between the end of your billing cycle and the due date. If your payment goes past the due date, then...
  21. Could it just be a bad photo? I think I'd...

    Could it just be a bad photo?

    I think I'd reserve judgment until you can see it in person.
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    It's only weird if you decide it is. Life is...

    It's only weird if you decide it is. Life is short, so why not chance it?

    Next time you meet someone cool, get their number. Next time you're about to go do something they might enjoy, fire off...
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    I saw something not too long ago about extroverts...

    I saw something not too long ago about extroverts gravitating toward external stimuli for excitement and energy whereas external stimuli drained an introvert. Introverts recharge with alone time. ...
  24. Or snatched by CPS, apparently.

    Or snatched by CPS, apparently.
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    Slight spin-off, but considering the subject...

    Slight spin-off, but considering the subject matter, you can probably appreciate and relate.

    I sent DSS, then a 4yo, to take a bath one night not too long after DH and I had gotten married. He...
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