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Forum Post: Invite to Reception Only?
Posted 11/13/2009 12:55:13 EST
I haven't read anyone's responses, but, I would say do not invite anyone to the reception that is not invited to the wedding. Either find another church that can hold a later mass, or just have a huge more »
Forum Post: OT - eye makeup remover
Posted 11/13/2009 12:47:30 EST
I use the ponds makeup remover wet pad things. It removes all my makeup, including eye liner easily more »
Forum Post: Tarot Cards or Palm Readings in Boston?
Posted 11/10/2009 12:27:06 EST
I have never had a psychic reading before. What are everyone's thoughts on them? Anyone have any dead on or are they all kind of just basic general information that is not worth spending money on? Jus more »
Forum Post: $8000 North Shore Wedding
Posted 11/04/2009 08:38:33 EST
I know you want a Sept 2010 wedding, but honestly, one huge way to cut the cost is to have it offseason. Have a January or February Sunday morning wedding. The month alone will save you tons of money. more »
Forum Post: boston.com - What is up with these forums?
Posted 11/03/2009 12:37:21 EST
This is the first time in weeks I have been able to get in to view the boards. more »
Forum Post: personal (bedroom talk)
Posted 10/16/2009 09:04:28 EDT
Sooo OP, did you do it in the but.t? more »
Forum Post: Kar...Migraines..
Posted 10/14/2009 02:12:52 EDT
Topamax is the preventive a neurologist tried to put me on. He spent all of 3 mins with me in his office and said 'here take this' didnt even ask me any questions. Says 'its an antiseizure medication more »
Posted 10/14/2009 01:33:05 EDT
Some of us migraine sufferers kar actually get the migraines almost every day =( That's the reason I suggested using excedrin if you get headaches once in awhile. but not for severe migraines because more »
Posted 10/14/2009 12:23:12 EDT
Liz, I suffer from horrific migraines. Stay away from caffeine. It will temporarily ease the migraine, however, when the caffeine wears off, you will have a 'caffeine withdrawal headache or migraine'. more »
Posted 10/08/2009 10:25:59 EDT
In Response to Re: personal (bedroom talk): 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 happy? Posted by helphelpImbeingrepresse more »
Forum Post: Controversial Subject - as requested - dressing the extended wedding party
Posted 10/07/2009 12:21:47 EDT
Honestly, I think this is a big deal about nothing. When you go to a wedding, do you ever notice the style and color of the MOG/MOB dresses? When you look at wedding pictures, do you ever go 'omg, eve more »
Forum Post: OT - Advice Needed (Business)
Posted 09/30/2009 08:45:32 EDT
advertise with uhaul. I ordered a truck from them online, and during the reservation process I was brought to a page that listed local movers... more »
Posted 09/29/2009 02:38:49 EDT
Facebook is definitely a good one! Set up a page and get your friends to become fans. Helps spread the word for free... more »
Posted 09/29/2009 10:03:25 EDT
email contact and service magic more »
Forum Post: Cheating
Posted 09/11/2009 12:27:40 EDT
I would defnitely tell my friend and would be pissed if my friend knew my SO was cheating and didnt tell me! That being said, w t f is wag's issue? So wag, only engaged and married people are committe more »
Forum Post: OT - Crazy Realtors!!!
Posted 09/10/2009 11:34:40 EDT
In Response to Re: OT - Crazy Realtors!!!: In Response to Re: OT - Crazy Realtors!!! : Ah, would that I could... The property is currently vacant, and I believe it's bank-owned. Of course I can't fi more »
Posted 09/10/2009 07:57:13 EDT
I would print the email and put it in the homeowner's mailbox. I am sure they would love to know that their realtor is being rude to potential buyers. It is hard enough to sell a house nowadays, never more »
Forum Post: Recent vegetarian.....how do I respond to the chicken or beef card?
Posted 08/20/2009 02:29:43 EDT
I have not read the replies, but, in response to the OP, I would staple a note to the reply card saying you became a vegetarian and if the place offers veggie option you'd like that, otherwise chicken more »
Forum Post: The wedding is over, but the drama continues!
Posted 08/14/2009 12:26:26 EDT
I have to say I think she wrote what she did to the 13 yr old not to get a rise out of you (she may not even think you would see the post) but because I bet the 13 yr old wasn't invited to the wedding more »
Forum Post: Do I have to get a bachelorette party gift?
Posted 08/13/2009 10:41:37 EDT
well said pink! more »
Posted 08/12/2009 03:04:56 EDT
Things are getting out of hand now! So many people EXPECT gifts at engagement parties, showers, the wedding, and now bach parties? Where does it end! Enough is enough already. I am not emptying my wal more »
Forum Post: Mini Vent
Posted 08/12/2009 03:02:39 EDT
In Response to Re: Mini Vent: In Response to Re: Mini Vent : In case anyone is wondering, I'm perfectly happy to be rude using my own name. So it's not me. Posted by lucy7368 As am I!! As far as wed more »
Forum Post: Wedding Guests' Secret Gripes
Posted 08/12/2009 02:41:38 EDT
In Response to Re: Wedding Guests' Secret Gripes: I'm going to have open bar, we're paying for all our guests' flights and hotels, buying their outfits, getting all their hair and make-up done, person more »
Posted 08/12/2009 01:48:38 EDT
In Response to Re: Wedding Guests' Secret Gripes: I know I said I was done, but what I think is funny is that people are all actually agreeing on one point...you don't need alcohol at a wedding. The o more »
Posted 08/12/2009 01:23:11 EDT
In Response to Re: Wedding Guests' Secret Gripes: I'm with Pinkie. I would never host a party and expect my guests to pay, unless it was a BYOB background BBQ. Posted by lucy7368 Lucy, the host is more »
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