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BostonGal109

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  • Posted 03/06/2012 02:45:23 EST

    What's up with these rape jokes today? I didn't know people still thought that was a funny topic.

    Guess i'm out of the loop.

  • Posted 03/06/2012 02:09:41 EST

    PowderGirl wrote: Hi Porkchop, I'm PowderGill. *** That must be hard... I keep envisioning powder going into the gills causing the fish to cough and powder coming out their mouth (I never did well in more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:51:44 EST

    User Image ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink wrote: I would spend a lot of money on my wedding, if I had it. I've been to a ton of fancy weddings, and they certainly were memorable. *** Yea. I don't think ther more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:45:05 EST

    There is nothing wrong with watching the Bachelor for some mind numbing time at the end of the day. Some people drink, some people go on LL, to each their own. Lovely Monday night train wreck in your more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:36:18 EST

    User Image super9v wrote: AlyssaJones wrote: GAWD nobody should talk like Courtney! She uses baby voice to manipulate men. ****** Ugh. How does baby voice not cause instantaneous shriveling of male ge more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:31:48 EST

    Seebs- they said it was going to be "the most controversial ending ever!", they also zoomed in on courtney's left hand without a ring. Any ideas? more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:29:19 EST

    User Image Charming Sean wrote: Edith wrote: Don't ask him these questions in an angry voice, by the way. === I think she should use the "Courtney from the Bachelor" voice. Thoughts? *** "So, like, I more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:26:26 EST

    ANGRYPOSTER2 wrote:
    PEACE. MAAAAAAAN.
    ***
    Hey AP! Wanna go to Whole Foods today after work? I need some more Quinoa. You can borrow my glasses. more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:32:37 EST

    I prefer the Washington Post. more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:28:35 EST

    Thanks AP :) more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:27:11 EST

    User Image McBostonrob wrote: Wicked transparently fake update. *** I do hope so, because that logic ("s it too much to ask for him to give me a ring to prove he is worth helping through these tough t more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:25:24 EST

    User Image Josh Fenderman wrote: >>> I have a degree from BU and I am a social worker ... My school loans are over $100k =================== You know, this sounds a lot more fiscally irresponsible tha more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:21:16 EST

    ShouldIstayorgo wrote: Ok, I understand I am getting reamed out by most of you. I am 27 and sound like I want rings and weddings and a big house with a bunch of kids and a fancy SUV. I get it, but hea more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:00:36 EST

    StormyMonsoon wrote:
    And then the roomate goes out and parties and buys stuff and you're going, Why The Face!
    ***
    Hahaha more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 11:29:13 EST

    User Image ImConfused? wrote: I would love to get a clear, objective answer on how to handle this situation. ```````````````````````````````````` Did we come up with a clear, objective answer my frien more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 11:20:25 EST

    Just curious- can men be "gold diggers"? Imagine we got a letter from a 27 year old man, he was living with his girlfriend, she couldn't make rent but was buying new purses and dresses, and he made he more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 11:01:42 EST

    User Image ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink wrote: I don't always think a couple needs to be on the same page with spending money. If each party comes into the relationship self-sufficient, they can still be more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:54:26 EST

    I like that post two-sheds! I really feel like it just comes down to seeing eye to eye. A couple needs to decide what is an appropriate way to spend money. This couple isn't seeing eye to eye, without more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:50:32 EST

    Ok so women should pay for everything on their own and seemingly support their significant other, but shouldn't take out loans for education, to get qualified for a job to pay them enough to pay for e more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:47:43 EST

    Jim-in-Littleton wrote: BostonGal109 wrote: "Ok, so she has undergrad debt, graduated at age 22. Then, let's say she went to law school. Graduated .... Maybe 25/26. So she has had a full time job for more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:39:53 EST

    User Image ImConfused? wrote: kahlanamnell wrote: Exactly BostonGal! She has her act together. She can afford to go to weddings and still pay her rent. He blows money on stuff he doesn't need and can' more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:32:35 EST

    User Image Fletch Lives wrote: Well, at 27 with 2 school loans, I'd say maybe she's not as great as managing her money as she thinks she is *** Wow, really?! Ok, so she has undergrad debt, graduated a more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:20:19 EST

    User Image aBoyandhisDawg wrote: Nothing wrong with having goals, but not talking it out and having mutual agreement on those goals and how to go about attaining them is a major problem here. And how more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:15:18 EST

    User Image PowderGirl wrote: She never says she supported him financially. She said that he leaned heavily on her financially. Because he needed to or because she set it up that way? That could mean t more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 10:13:14 EST

    Wahoo! I'm not alone today! Thanks guys! :) more »

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