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Posted 04/10/2014 02:36:23 EDT
Yes, and there is firsthand knowledge of Adam and Eve, too. They were awesome memoirists, apparently. Please. Spare me. So much in the Bible has been edited over the eons, with books removed, and word more »
Posted 04/10/2014 02:25:08 EDT
Why park your car in front of a hydrant? There's an 8-alarm blaze raging across the street with the potential to take down an entire block of wooden triple-deckers. Do you really think the firefighter more »
Posted 04/10/2014 01:56:58 EDT
Yoga pants are the new sweats. Wearing them in places other than the yoga studio, gym, or other place of physical fitness is pure laziness. I think they are inappropriate for school but not for reason more »
Posted 04/03/2014 12:49:31 EDT
I loathe "business casual." Yes, dressing appropriately, which in this case means wearing a tie, does convey respect for the occasion. And there are also degrees of formality in neckwear. There are wh more »
Posted 03/28/2014 02:26:53 EDT
How can anyone give this comment a thumbs down? Really. I hope they were erroneous clicks.
Posted 01/27/2014 01:24:54 EST
I'm going with ZeeOff's theory: a second vehicle was involved that got of scot-free. The truck driver could have braked or tried to make an evasive maneuver in response to a clueless driver. (Preoccup more »
Posted 01/27/2014 01:17:32 EST
Generally, the JP Noonan drivers are very careful. I see their trucks all the time in Chelsea and on Route 1. My possibility: the tanker could have been cut off and had to slam on the brakes as a resu more »
Posted 09/09/2013 12:40:11 EDT
Dear LW, You must be watching way too many reality TV because your problem is very simple and you're blowing it all out of proportion: you just weren't into those guys. Come on, you're only 23. You ar more »
Posted 08/28/2013 11:02:22 EDT
This family obsession must be an intimacy killer.
Posted 08/28/2013 10:52:31 EDT
Someone in the boyfriend's family was likely getting married.
Posted 08/28/2013 10:33:58 EDT
It seems the LW is more concerned with having the boyfriend be part of one big family than with her own relationship with him: "His parents loved me and my parents loved him, and everyone seems to be more »
Posted 08/26/2013 10:55:52 EDT
Two things: first, I suspect that LW makes more than the boyfriend. She says, "I would never ask him to leave his field," which says to me that he's not meeting his earning potential in what she sees more »
Posted 08/25/2013 12:21:23 EDT
Methinks DNA testing for failing to scoop doggie doo is a tad overreaching. What constitutes a real problem? They say the problem is excessive but some people consider one doggie dropping ever as exce more »
Posted 08/23/2013 10:17:54 EDT
He can't be the man of her dreams if he doesn't share her dreams. It's all wishful thinking otherwise and you know how THAT goes: snag the man but attempt to change him afterwards. Or get "accidentall more »
Posted 07/31/2013 03:05:14 EDT
This is a polite way of saying she wants to ignore evertything anyone has posted today.
Posted 07/31/2013 03:03:21 EDT
The LW is not going to come to the realization that the wedding is no longer a good idea today. Clearly we've hit a nerve--which is good. It'll take some time before it sinks in, which I hope will be more »
Posted 07/31/2013 02:52:45 EDT
Not only are the replies unanimous (and even I posted--and I rarely get a chance to post), but there are almost 2000 posts in one day--probably a LL record. Despite the snarkiness, we are concerned fo more »
Posted 07/31/2013 02:40:07 EDT
Dear LW, If someone made you feel foolish, it's probably because the truth is sinking in. It's OK to feel foolish. It beats what you're in for if you marry this guy. The realization that you made a b more »
Posted 07/31/2013 02:12:11 EDT
To clarify: I'll be her family would support her decision to call off the wedding, that is.
Posted 07/31/2013 02:11:02 EDT
OhMyGodOhMyGodOhMyGod. It doesn't matter if she loses the entire cost of the wedding. It's chump change compared to how he's going to clean out her finances, put her through the emotional wringer, and more »
Posted 07/19/2013 06:19:21 EDT
Why don't they just allow drinking in ice rinks?
Posted 07/03/2013 02:18:02 EDT
In response to rad666's comment:
Are you sure you aren't from Boston?
Posted 07/03/2013 02:16:03 EDT
Snobby isn't the right word. I would say uptight and provincial. They are certainly mean, ill-tempered, and rude. People from Boston -and MA as a whole- think that the world revolves around this p more »
Posted 06/17/2013 12:10:51 EDT
I work for an airline and yes, airplanes come in utterly trashed. And this isn't just the flight from Orlando with all the unruly kids. It's the business flights. People leave food remnants everywhere more »
Posted 06/17/2013 12:07:11 EDT
Why on earth is it important that flight attendants be attractive? They are not there for your viewing pleasure.