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CL, I bought them in a bookstore because I have no patience and NEEDED to read the following books.
Go to a used bookstore. The Strand here is amazing, and though the current books aren't as cheap as on Amazon, they're still cheaper than buying from B & N or Borders.
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I guess it's the revelation NC right now.

I finally realize that it's time to stop hiding and stop being afraid of who and what I really am. I admit that sometimes I'm a bit nieave and sometimes not quite tactful but that's because I doubt my own intelligence and wisdom. I know that I'm not perfect or the most intelligent but neither am I dumb or totally without good advice to give.

I easily cry and it's not a bad thing to be sensitive. It means I easily open my heart and can empathized with most people. I also have learned to listen to my inside and know what it's time to let go and when to hold onto people in my life.

I need to learn to be a little stronger inside and not take what people say personally unless it's for the good of my self-improvement. I need to stop and listen to what people are saying and usually go with the first thing I feel like saying. I type and type and then go back and erase and retype what I think is the better thing to say. I need to stop that and just think before typing. I really do have good advice to share and I'm actually very smart, caring, and not a harsh or mean person. It's ok to be caring and have tender emotions. The world needs all types of people and well, my kind is perfectly ok to be too.

Too heck with grammar and spelling. My emotions are usually shown through the first version.

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First time in Wegmans.

I think it's overrated.

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."

4a, mbl, low porosity, normal thickness, fine hair.
If my parents try putting any more emotional and financial pressure on me to stay in my hometown after I graduate... I am going. to. snap.

I'm not staying.
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I want the second and third books from the hunger games series. Do I buy them in a bookstore tomorrow or buy them for half the money from Amazon? I NEED them.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Curly Laura - I often buy the second hand books on Amazon or even better, if you go on Read It Swap It | The UK's Free Book Swap Shop! | The Library

You can swap books on there for the cost of postage Its great - I've gotten so many brand new books that way, in exchange for ones I no longer want. Im certain Hunger Game copies will be there - as its so popular!
I no longer have living parents. Sigh.


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One good reason to only maintain a small circle of friends is that three out of four murders are committed by people who know the victim. ~George Carlin~

In regards to Vagazzling: They just want to get into the goods without worrying about getting scratched up by fake crystals. ~spring1onu~
the white trash idiots who live in the property bordering mine on the west side are getting an early start to their drunken parties/screaming arguments.



instead of sitting outside and enjoyed my enlarged patio space, i came in the house and ran the dishwasher and put the golf on tv LOUD so i couldn't hear the screeching going on over there. i cannot wait for the vines i planted over the fence to green up so i can't see them.

and i'm thinking i need some kind of fountain to muffle some of their noise.... grrrrr......
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I no longer have living parents. Sigh.


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Originally Posted by xcptnl

(((Xcptnl)))
Turtles: omg please don't put that in your moo moo

Nej: too late... moo moo has been infiltrated.
Getting new brakes, oil change, and replacing a burnt out fog light. Got the dog her medicine and I'm stopping at the store to by some vitamins on the way home.

I feel so busy!

Oh yeah, and I'm stopping to run an errand for the BFF/SO.

Mix of 3s, thick, coarse, medium porosity

Current hair styling technique: rake with a scrunch at the end. (works with my coarse hair)

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First, I had go and pass my hypersensitivity gene to my child.

Then, I had to try to unsuccessfully teach that hypersensitive child to navigate the social waters of life as a short male.

Now, I have to face trying to help him understand why, at the young age of 19, he is already starting to notice hair loss...when I have a huge, dense mane of hair, so does my husband, so do both of my parents. His dad, didn't start to lose his hair until his late 30s early 40s, IIRC. It's possible that his hairline is just receding some...but it's really a moot point. He's terrified and obsessing and it's already pushing him further back into the corner of introversion he's already in because of his short stature.

I'm not going to insult his intelligence by trying to convince him that the world doesn't care...because he and I both know it does. The world couldn't WAIT to start reminding him how short he is (as early as the 3rd grade).

I've already suggested that he see someone to help him deal with his self-esteem issues...he's not having it.

It's so f**cking difficult to watch your child have to struggle through these kinds of things. They're not life-threatening or physically painful for them, so everyone else has a cavalier "get over it" attitude; but the profound psychological effects on their lives are just as disabling--sometimes more. Knowing your child feels too inferior and self-conscious to sometimes perform basic tasks in life is heart-wrenching for a parent. Especially when he inherited the inability to cope well from me...his dad is short but has a "f**k you if you have a problem with it; you don't pay my bills!" attitude about life.

Sigh...when does life stop being so difficult for some of us? At the moment death?
OK, I admit it.....I'm an alias! I wasn't born with the name Honeycurls!
Dood, get over it; there's no time limit on lurking.

I so busy runnin' allllllll over the place and ain't nobody chasin' me!
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Note to self:

Do not take apart complex old showerheads just for the fun of it without closely observing in what order you removed the parts.

Also, you may now enjoy your new replacement showerhead.
If my parents try putting any more emotional and financial pressure on me to stay in my hometown after I graduate... I am going. to. snap.

I'm not staying.
Originally Posted by eva223
I stayed in my hometown.

That is probably my biggest regret.
Okay, twice now . . . reading comprehension much?
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I no longer have living parents. Sigh.


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Originally Posted by xcptnl

(((Xcptnl)))
Originally Posted by SarcasmIsBeauty
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You have a lot of curlies sisters and a bald curly (OBB) sister! We love you! We'll be your family.
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the white trash idiots who live in the property bordering mine on the west side are getting an early start to their drunken parties/screaming arguments.



instead of sitting outside and enjoyed my enlarged patio space, i came in the house and ran the dishwasher and put the golf on tv LOUD so i couldn't hear the screeching going on over there. i cannot wait for the vines i planted over the fence to green up so i can't see them.

and i'm thinking i need some kind of fountain to muffle some of their noise.... grrrrr......
Originally Posted by rouquinne
You know a blowdryer is supposed to calm a cranky, crying baby. Maybe you can hang patio lights around your patio that are actually blowdyers wrapped in Christmas lights. It should put them right to sleep.
For crying out loud, we are not "unboxing" the equipment, we are UNPACKING it. We don't unbox boxes, we unpack them. Gosh!

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I just want to do what I want to do when I want to do it.
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For crying out loud, we are not "unboxing" the equipment, we are UNPACKING it. We don't unbox boxes, we unpack them. Gosh!

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Originally Posted by midgi
Stop being such a whiney hiney just because you're packed like a brick box....
Firstly: You can't be mad at me for going out and having a good time just because you can't because you're not 21 quite yet. There have been many times when I've been left out and didn't pout because of it.

Secondly: I know you love your boyfriend, and that's great. I don't love him being here 75% of the time. I pay half the rent, I shouldn't have to feel like I can't use the apartment when he's over. And I know I can't say he needs to come over less often because you'll just pout. We picked each other to live together, you should want to hang out with me more often! Even just sometimes.

Lastly: I know you miss me, and I know it's because I'm the easiest child to deal with. But I moved 6 hours away for a reason, and I don't like feeling like I've disappointed you by deciding to stay away this summer. Your son did it every summer he was in college, so why can't I?

Sorry, I just really needed to get all that out.
Your and you're are not interchangeable!!! Ahhhh! Lol

Neither are their they're and there!

Phew.. Alright goodnight. :P


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