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  • Comment on: Monday question: Happy wallflower - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 09/26/2011 12:52:00 EDT

    I am not usually quiet and shy, but when it does happen and people say "you're being awfully quiet" I usually respond "Oh, I'm just listening. I want to be sure I really hear what everyone has to say more »

  • Comment on: 'Tattoo remorse fuels reverse trend: tattoo removal'

    Posted 09/02/2011 11:55:01 EDT

    I got a lot of good advice from tattoo artists before I ever got a tattoo. Here are some of the rules they gave me: 1. Never get a tattoo of another language unless you're fluent and really know what more »

  • Comment on: Smartphone etiquette - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 08/14/2011 01:52:27 EDT

    I work in the type of industry where we all check our phones if a text or email comes in, because it could be a client. We just glance, and if it's important we say "sorry, soandso's trying to get a h more »

  • Comment on: Monday question: Crazy, man - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 07/18/2011 05:29:00 EDT

    This is a tricky one. Personally, I prefer when people use terms like "crazy" or "whackjob" as opposed to making tiresome, and usually incorrect, armchair diagnoses. I'm sick of every person being cal more »

  • Comment on: Response to "Enough, already!" - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 07/16/2011 04:03:48 EDT

    I agree with Ash. Unless you've expressly said "No." and they force their way in anyways, I don't think it's quite time to call the police. As others have said, LW should just say "No. Sorry. Not toda more »

  • Comment on: 'Newlyweds figure out who rules what aspect of the kitchen they both live in'

    Posted 07/13/2011 10:38:52 EDT

    My husband does most of the cooking. I don't mind cooking, but he truly enjoys it. The more steps and ingredients, the better! So I let him do his thing, I do the dishes, and when I do have to cook, I more »

  • Comment on: Monday%20question%3A%20Mah%20johngg%20cheater

    Posted 06/27/2011 09:52:22 EDT

    @harrietw- I play a computer game version of Mah Jongg, and it's solitaire. it's incredibly addicting! more »

  • Comment on: Monday%20question%3A%20Mah%20johngg%20cheater

    Posted 06/27/2011 09:50:16 EDT

    Unfortunately, some people are too competitive to play a casual game without cheating or getting upset if they do not win. I would talk to her privately, in person, away from the group. Go to coffee o more »

  • Comment on: Response%20to%20%26quot%3BWhen%20to%20speak%20up%26quot%3B

    Posted 04/17/2011 10:54:22 EDT

    I also engage in Good Samaritan Budinski Conduct of I see someone staring at map, looking unmistakably confused. Living in a "walking city" with so many tourists, and being familiar with the area, I a more »

  • Comment on: 'A fashion hater shops for a wedding-dress'

    Posted 04/06/2011 07:30:53 EDT

    It's sad how much some people hate their bodies. Nhardly anyone can buy clothes off the rack without some issues. I have slim friends, curvy friends, tall friend, short friends, fat friends, and they more »

  • Comment on: 'Lady Gaga shares a love with her fans'

    Posted 03/09/2011 11:09:53 EST

    Ha ha ha ha! The more you hate her and call her a freak, the more her fans love her. And the harder she laughs, all the way to the bank. Just like Elvis, The Beatles, Madonna, The Sex Pistols and Blac more »

  • Comment on: 'In Boston the cupcake fad is still growing strong'

    Posted 02/22/2011 01:44:39 EST

    Sweet's cupcakes are just about the only one's I'm willing to pay $4 for. I've tried almost every flavor, and they are all delicious. I went to Curly Cakes the other day and was sorely disappointed. T more »

  • Comment on: A love story - The Boston Globe

    Posted 02/18/2011 03:30:30 EST

    I understand Joan's perspective, but books and paper are vulnerable in their own way. Fire and flood can destroy books, but if I have my files backed up online, they cannot be lost. The Library of Con more »

  • Comment on: Monday%20question%3A%20Accent-uate%20the%20positive

    Posted 02/14/2011 03:52:00 EST

    I've encountered this problem, and the solution I came up with is to say "I'm sorry, I'm having trouble understanding you. Can you speak a little slower?" It's also important to change the conversatio more »

  • Comment on: Wednesday%20conversation%3A%20Valentine%26%2339%3Bs%20Day

    Posted 02/11/2011 01:09:12 EST

    I like Valentine's Day. It's just a fun excuse to do something out of the ordinary. My hubby and I certainly express our love every day, but like our anniversary, or Christmas, or birthday- Valentine' more »

  • Comment on: Monday question: "Girls" or "Spouses"? - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 01/25/2011 11:57:37 EST

    ash hit it on the head. the presence of a spouse, especially on a night out or weekend, changes the dynamic of the situation. One of the group is able to kiss, hold hands, whisper sweet nothings, whil more »

  • Comment on: 'Home sweet hell: Falling into the condo trap'

    Posted 01/24/2011 02:49:50 EST

    Oh my God people- "Personal belongings in the common area"?! Really? She left her boots outside her apartment door. I do the same thing every day. The snow, ice, salt, mud, etc. are terrible for wood more »

  • Comment on: Monday question: "Girls" or "Spouses"? - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 01/24/2011 01:06:20 EST

    I don't think calling a "spouse free" night or weekend is going to help. I have a straight female friend who doesn't like to do anything without her husband. This is irritating to me, because when I s more »

  • Comment on: 'The outlaw-in-law'

    Posted 01/03/2011 12:24:00 EST

    LW2- Does your husband mind people borrowing tools and giving them free lessons, or do you have a problem with him lending them out and spending time away from your family giving lessons? If your husb more »

  • Comment on: Wednesday%20conversation%3A%20Holiday%20economics

    Posted 12/08/2010 04:27:01 EST

    this year we decided to make most of the gifts we're giving. Not because we couldn't afford to buy stuff, but because we'd rather make something tasty for our friends and family than spend money on mo more »

  • Comment on: 'Holidays are no laughing matter for the partners of seasonal showoffs'

    Posted 11/30/2010 10:09:33 EST

    There's a difference between joking around, being an attention hog, and making jokes at your spouse's (or others) expense. Sometimes your spouse can surprise you with their behavior, and sometimes it more »

  • Comment on: Give me an... "ugh" - The Boston Globe

    Posted 11/29/2010 04:40:01 EST

    Optimistprime- Yes! I'm all for scantily clad gyrating male cheerleaders! let's level that playing field! more »

  • Comment on: Give me an... "ugh" - The Boston Globe

    Posted 11/29/2010 11:30:02 EST

    to all of you going on about how cheerleaders are just as much skilled atheletes as the men playing football ont he field- then why are the cheerleaders not paid as much as football players? I'll tell more »

  • Comment on: Monday%20question%3A%20The%20biggest%20losers%3F%20

    Posted 11/29/2010 10:11:11 EST

    I like what the others have said about talking to Aunt Rho, but I think you could soften the blow slightly by saying something like: "Aunt Rho, we do love to be able to treat you to a meal occasionall more »

  • Comment on: Monday question: Card etiquette - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 11/24/2010 09:26:32 EST

    More information about the date of Christmas: For many centuries, Christian writers accepted that Christmas was the actual date on which Jesus was born.[16] In the early 18th century, scholars began p more »

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