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  • Forum Post: OT poll: What do you want for Christmas??

    Posted 12/16/2009 07:12:51 EST

    I want (and think I may be getting) a new desktop PC.

    Mine's 5+ years old and is too slow for what I want it to do. I'm jealous of my husband's new PC.

  • Forum Post: Name changes

    Posted 11/30/2009 06:45:26 EST

    The "omg I thought feminism was about choices" argument is a wicked eyeroller. Of course you have a choice. Thanks to the feminists, you can do whatever you want with your last name. Having that choic more »

  • Forum Post: Name changes

    Posted 11/29/2009 06:03:48 EST

    Way to butcher the Bard. more »

  • Forum Post: Name changes

    Posted 11/28/2009 06:31:23 EST

    Name changers disappear a little bit when they marry. My husband can find any one of his old school friends on Facebook, while I can't, because many of the girls I went to school with changed their na more »

  • Forum Post: Name changes

    Posted 11/27/2009 08:09:00 EST

    When men take their wives' names in equal proportions I'll buy that it's a simple matter of preference and choice on the woman's part. Since they don't, I see it as capitulating to patriarchal pressur more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Rate your GPS?

    Posted 10/22/2009 06:51:33 EDT

    I look at a map before I leave and do it all in my head. I have most of eastern MA, SE NH and S Maine memorized. I look up nitty gritty details ahead of time and add them to my mental map.
    more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Rate your GPS?

    Posted 10/15/2009 06:13:19 EDT

    I won't use a GPS as a point of pride, but my husband couldn't get to the corner store without one. His is the budget option - the Verizon navigator option on his cell phone. He loves it, but I think more »

  • Forum Post: OT - What's your OTHER favorite website?

    Posted 10/10/2009 01:00:32 EDT

    Twitter has grown on me, though I am mostly a follower, not a tweeter. I save all my wisdom and links for my Facebook status, for some reason. I also follow shitmydadsays. Another favorite is blazedan more »

  • Forum Post: Controversial Subject - as requested - dressing the extended wedding party

    Posted 10/08/2009 09:02:56 EDT

    In Response to Re: Controversial Subject - as requested - dressing the extended wedding party: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Controversial Subject - as requested - dressing the extended wedding party : I more »

  • Forum Post: Crock pot debacle

    Posted 10/08/2009 08:59:01 EDT

    Mayonnaise never goes bad. Why on earth would you ever toss mayo? more »

  • Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)

    Posted 10/07/2009 05:09:43 EDT

    I think to enjoy it, you need to either like a bit of pain with your pleasure or get off on the taboo. more »

  • Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)

    Posted 10/07/2009 04:35:25 EDT

    Jenna Jameson's butthole I'm sure is considerably more experienced. Yes you need lube. Friction is a killjoy. more »

  • Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)

    Posted 10/07/2009 04:07:01 EDT

    Seeing as how they lacked KY and still had fun, I think our OP has nothing to fear. Still can't believe I can't type vibratorr. That there's the key to happy living. Why does BDC not want women to be more »

  • Forum Post: OT - is English grammar dead?

    Posted 10/07/2009 04:00:21 EDT

    Been busy reading smutty romance and playing Bejeweled on Facebook. I sensed the buttsecks thread, however, and knew I was needed again, so here I is. I'll be in next for the Montreal game Nov. 5, if more »

  • Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)

    Posted 10/07/2009 03:53:05 EDT

    Well, people hear "buttsecks" and their cardigans button up. It's old hat, people. Unless something goes really wrong, you're not going to hurt yourself and there's no need to squick out your poor doc more »

  • Forum Post: Crock pot debacle

    Posted 10/06/2009 09:37:08 EDT

    I like having two crockpots.

    Sometimes we make dinner in one and mull wine in the other.
    more »

  • Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)

    Posted 10/06/2009 09:32:20 EDT

    Best troll ever. In any case, why on Earth would you chat up your doctor about it? I'd trust the internet a hell of a lot more, but I also wouldn't worry about it. Millions of people have been taking more »

  • Forum Post: OT - is English grammar dead?

    Posted 10/06/2009 09:08:54 EDT

    Cosmo knows everyone, so that's not shocking. I was looking at her wedding photos at our meetup years ago and asked her what a pair of my high school friends, and their parents, were doing at her wedd more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding Guest Myths Busted

    Posted 09/22/2009 11:52:41 EDT

    You can wear white to a wedding if you meet a few conditions. 1. It's not a gown. 2. It's a daytime wedding. 3. It's summer. White pantsuit at an evening wedding in June? You'd better be over 40, but more »

  • Forum Post: OT - Suggest an anniversary dinner restaurant for us

    Posted 09/22/2009 11:39:19 EDT

    I never like fancy restaurants - my reverse snobbery kicks in probably - but lots of people like Red Rock Cafe in Swampscott. It's right on the rocks on the ocean in Swampscott with a nice view of Nah more »

  • Forum Post: Cheating

    Posted 09/01/2009 04:26:10 EDT

    "if your friend knowingly stays with a person who cheats, what do you think of her?" I wouldn't pay it any mind. Monogamy is not the only route to happiness and cheaters are not all evil, selfish bast more »

  • Forum Post: OT-Slight Rant

    Posted 08/31/2009 03:50:29 EDT

    I like how it's okay to question a thinner person's desire to lose weight but unconscionable to suggest a heavier person hit the gym.

    I know there was no harm meant, but it still makes me grin.
    more »

  • Forum Post: Black tie option, bride really wanted black tie required

    Posted 08/31/2009 03:41:52 EDT

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand now we see why "black tie optional" is the most insipid phrase a person could add to their invite.

    Newsflash: telling people an optional dress code is NOT HELPFUL.
    more »

  • Forum Post: OT-Slight Rant

    Posted 08/31/2009 01:20:34 EDT

    I've never had a problem with VS bras. Then again I'm average on most accounts - 36B, medium, size 8 clothes, size 8 1/2 foot. My issue is with pants. I am neither "regular" nor "tall." Regular inseam more »

  • Forum Post: Cheating

    Posted 08/31/2009 01:00:27 EDT

    It is certainly possible, but acting on that desire without his "beloved's" knowledge and permission is hurtful behavior. People generally don't do things that hurt the ones they love. Love and relati more »

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