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  • Posted 01/05/2010 09:25:24 EST

    Wait ... are you from Jersey? "dating rampage" sounds like something "The Situation" would say.

  • Posted 01/02/2010 03:08:44 EST

    Girls love running around naked too.  For years my youngest would shed her clothes as soon as she stepped into the house.  We walked the tightrope between nudity is natural and please don't open the f more »

  • Posted 01/02/2010 11:57:33 EST

    Kar - couldn't agree more.  Love, love, love liver and onions, but my family balks at the smell, so it's been boycotted here!  I'd be happy to share in your leftovers! Spiral cut ham (look for sales) more »

  • Posted 12/17/2009 05:04:30 EST

    Echoing what others have already said Kar - but you DO have a job, maintaining your home.  I left my traditional job to stay at home voluntarily shortly after I got married (years ago), so I understan more »

  • Posted 12/11/2009 02:17:43 EST

    Hahaha.  A kid I went to high school with used to call people troglodytes.  I have  never that word since.

    Now I have to go google cavewoman and caveman.
    more »

  • Posted 12/11/2009 01:22:12 EST

    Thank you for your response, Kar.  I appreciate your honesty. I'm not a long term veteran here, but your posts have struck me as kind and thoughtful.  It  was not my intent to imply otherwise.  I gues more »

  • Posted 12/11/2009 12:53:36 EST

    Hmmm. Kar, Isn't the benefit of a forum like this the ability to anonomously ask questions so as not to subject yourself to the judgement of those closest to you?  I don't mind naivety and artlessness more »

  • Posted 12/10/2009 07:24:12 EST

    GirlyGirl82 - Your questions really go to the heart of the matter for new users to the online sites.  Thanks (on behalf of my silent friend.  I'm her best cheerleader, but not particuarly helpful as I more »

  • Posted 12/08/2009 05:07:34 EST

    Wow.  Thanks.  I think she needs to cherrypick from the gems here and cut and paste her own bdc "How To...". I guess the concern is that nuance gets lost online.  But I hear you saying that comes - li more »

  • Posted 12/07/2009 05:41:08 EST

    The timing of this thread is perfect!  I forwarded it to a friend about to try online dating for the first time.  You are all so wise. So, the consensus seems to be trust your gut. Any more details ab more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Men are scum

    Posted 12/03/2009 03:41:31 EST

    I agree pink - people are willing to cheat even when money and power aren't in play.  But politicians and highly paid athletes, etc are "feted and treated special" -(Alf), so I think they begin to fee more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Men are scum

    Posted 12/03/2009 03:28:33 EST

    There is a school of thought that gossip is universally appealing as a throw-back to caveman days when social intelligence and communication about other members of your group were vital to survival (t more »

  • Posted 12/03/2009 12:13:57 EST

    A friend approaching 30 had a similar story. It had become a HUGE deal for her. She never expected to find herself sidelined either. Her anxiety about the situation did telegraph itself to the guys sh more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Men are scum

    Posted 12/02/2009 07:47:16 EST

    Just got these in an email, and actually had already heard some of them.  Maybe they're all old news by now: Apparently the police asked Tiger's wife how many times she hit him.  She said "I don't kno more »

  • Posted 12/02/2009 07:34:28 EST

    Old school animated Grinch. more »

  • Posted 12/02/2009 02:15:53 EST

    What is it with men cheating on their pregnant spouses? Is poor baby not the center of the universe amymore? Fascination with gossip is as elemental as the drives for food and sex. Social intellegence more »

  • Posted 12/02/2009 09:52:20 EST

    She treated you badly, no question. But when you have so few social options you became absorbed and accepted her bad behaviour. Unfortunately, because you seem to have so much time on your hands you'l more »

  • Posted 11/20/2009 05:54:09 EST

    I actually wanted to amend my last post.  It occured to me that maybe as your ex you have to maintain a relationship with him (kids, pets, whatever), not so much a friendship.  If you do have to stay more »

  • Posted 11/19/2009 07:06:47 EST

    kar took the words out of my mouth exactly ... four years later and guess what? you are the greener pasture. You must have tried to maintain some kind of friendship with him if he's still dropping by. more »

  • Posted 11/18/2009 05:18:18 EST

    A part of me agrees with the others.  You're in a happier place now, forget it and move on. But because you posted here another part of me wants to pick at this a little. Are you distressed because yo more »

  • Forum Post: OT: Finance stuff

    Posted 11/18/2009 04:52:44 EST

    Haha - whatawag.  My parents used to poke the back of our hands with the tines of a fork at the dinner table if we did something they didn't like.   It only pricked - never really hurt - and I can't i more »

  • Posted 11/18/2009 01:19:23 EST

    You sound like a woman I work with. She is fun, funny, attractive, smart, independent, 15 years divorced with grown kids, though she's several years older than you. And she has a social life that anyo more »

  • Posted 11/11/2009 05:56:49 EST

    New day - the ranking still isn't working.

    I have at daughter at Bentley - so I'll check back later.

    Clever to post here - hope your caption attracts others - affiliated or not. more »

  • Posted 11/04/2009 09:29:42 EST

    Whoa, drama much?

    It's you insecurity fueling this fire.

    NH is right. You're about to get reamed here (if you read LL all the time you should know that snooping ignites that fuse). more »

  • Posted 11/03/2009 12:57:18 EST

    I want a shot of tequila to cleanse my palate after reading this letter. more »