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Old 03-06-2013, 03:51 AM   #69401
 
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They do, but people go around it. My 12 year old niece has had a profile for at least a year. I had to text my bro and SIL when she signed up at Zoosk, a dating site that can be used via FB. She seems to like and click any random thing with little thought. Not unusual at that age.
I know kids lie often with and without their parents permission to get a page, but for some reason,it irks me when it is a second or third grader vs a fifth or sixth grader.

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It does, and the rule keepers/mean old parents we are, we made DD2 wait until her 13th birthday to open an account. Now, at the ripe age of 14 1/2, she rarely uses it, but I am friends with some of her friends. I do keep that in mind when I post.
Gasp. You made her wait? How could you? I just read an article on how younger kids aren't using facebook that much.
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For once, cancelling school last night would have been appropriate. Instead, they wait until the last possible second this morning.
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:19 AM   #69403
 
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I'm sorry, L.A.

Nrgh, my phone is determined to make posting difficult and my computer's all, "What is internet??" so all I have to say is that I was born in the evening so it's still my birthday. MWAHAHAhaha...ha...um, I have no way to take advantage of this.

LOL, Saria, I actually went and found my post from my 21st when you mentioned it. OMG, how was that three years ago? I remember that fire in my nose and lungs like it was yesterday. Hard liquor is no joke, people.

I ate cake as dessert after my (absolutely perfect sunny side up) eggs on toast, another slice right when my friend arrived and another later in the night, just after my mom got home and remarked that she was surprised we hadn't made a bigger dent in it. (Small pieces.) I therefore felt justified in eating some more after she left - in pointlessly sneaky slivers. 'Twas a truly cake filled day. I could've done without that last bit, but I'd licked my fingers and stroked some crumbs from the knife and then absent-mindedly used it to even out the cut and NO SIR, THAT COULD NOT STAND. That's not even an excuse to eat more cake thing - I was genuinely done but leaving it like that would be straight up gross.

Yes, cake is the only thing that merits a full paragraph when I wasn't going to bother. Obvs.

Oh! I have to mention that my friend gave me yummy snacks from that awesome Chinese grocery store! Cassava strips with coconut flakes, pandan cake and red bean mochi. Yay, gelatinous things! Especially the mochi. I freaking love mochi and am a red bean fiend even though it's generally overly sweet.

Why do I always decide to straighten my hair when it's super humid out? It's not like I can anticipate the anomalous condition of humidity here, but why do I ALWAYS go for the blowout those days? That said, after a nominal effort to stop the expansion, I ended up with some good 90s TV star hair. Except mine's down to my butt and even Topanga got tired of dealing with that ish.
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:34 AM   #69404
 
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I talked to my GP about my hairiness and sweating after my results for PCOS came back negative.

Turns out I am just naturally a hairy, sweaty woman. Damn you nature!
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And so it begins.

It being an incredibly busy day
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:22 AM   #69406
 
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how long does it take flea bites to go away? this is sooo dumb I don't even know of I can go to work like this or will I contract some kind of zoonotic disease. omg.

They're on my face too. HOW DO FLEAS get on your face.

wtf is this. I don't have any new ones so I guess the fleas didn't follow me home.
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:24 AM   #69407
 
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At least the blizzard like conditions are working in our favor when it comes to the road I live on. The 50-60 mph wind is blowing snow to other locations. I was told we only have 1/2 of an inch there, and other places in the valley are already over 5 inches. Ah hahaha!
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:29 AM   #69408
 
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how long does it take flea bites to go away? this is sooo dumb I don't even know of I can go to work like this or will I contract some kind of zoonotic disease. omg.

They're on my face too. HOW DO FLEAS get on your face.

wtf is this. I don't have any new ones so I guess the fleas didn't follow me home.
It depends on the person. Some have allergic reactions to bites and they can take longer to heal and some heal in no time. I have not had a bite in many years, but they always took awhile for me.

I have never had a flea bite on my face, though.

Get a doc to look at it.

** How many bites or bumps do you have? If it's a ton, you probably would have noticed fleas on you. That would be more like an infestation.
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:34 AM   #69409
 
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Mr B took these when he went down to get our newspaper a while ago. We already have about 4 inches - so pretty!
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Mr B took these when he went down to get our newspaper a while ago. We already have about 4 inches - so pretty!
Very pretty!

I wish I could get out and take some pic's. my only options are a salted highway and a scraped parking lot. Not the best landscapes.
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I had about 5 or so inches piled on my car, I'm not a happy camper!
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:18 AM   #69412
 
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I think I'm going to have to admit defeat with my hair. The colour rescue has come out gold. Supposed to be ash/champagne.

Back to the toner then, salon colour and growing this shiz out
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:27 AM   #69413
 
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You can always tell when my co workers little boy has been here. In the past 5 years his aim has not improved. Not even remotely close.
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You can always tell when my co workers little boy has been here. In the past 5 years his aim has not improved. Not even remotely close.
Five years and this little boy can't go in the men's bathroom?
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You can always tell when my co workers little boy has been here. In the past 5 years his aim has not improved. Not even remotely close.
Five years and this little boy can't go in the men's bathroom?
We have one bathroom in our office. I wish he would go use the public restrooms in another part of the building.

That or I wish his parents would learn to clean up after him. 5 years and they are still failing miserably at that. No excuse either. We have gloves and cleaning products sitting on the shelf.
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You can always tell when my co workers little boy has been here. In the past 5 years his aim has not improved. Not even remotely close.
Five years and this little boy can't go in the men's bathroom?
We have one bathroom in our office. I wish he would go use the public restrooms in another part of the building.

That or I wish his parents would learn to clean up after him. 5 years and they are still failing miserably at that. No excuse either. We have gloves and cleaning products sitting on the shelf.
Ahh, I see. That is ridiculous, though. But most adults don't even clean up after themselves when they miss. Or so I've gathered from the three public restrooms I've deigned to use.
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Five years and this little boy can't go in the men's bathroom?
We have one bathroom in our office. I wish he would go use the public restrooms in another part of the building.

That or I wish his parents would learn to clean up after him. 5 years and they are still failing miserably at that. No excuse either. We have gloves and cleaning products sitting on the shelf.
Ahh, I see. That is ridiculous, though. But most adults don't even clean up after themselves when they miss. Or so I've gathered from the three public restrooms I've deigned to use.
No, they don't. The shift in question is one of the worst for that. They leave dishes in the sink, stuff all over the stations, food all over the floors, and nasty in the bathroom. It's like walking into a kindergarten class
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:32 AM   #69418
 
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This is what I get for teasing CC last night....

I had trouble falling alseep and if I did drift off I was startled (okay scared ********) awake thinking a sink hole was eating me. I was still awake at 3.
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My Karma for the day was after glitter bombing all the other VDay cards, I left my card and glitter on the the dining room table, then hit the switch for the fan by accident. If the glitter all over the dining room wasn't bad enough, the cat decided to roll in it and run all over the house

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I just grabbed a little jolly rancher (of course in Watermelon flavor) and remembered those old sticks that you would suck on until it stuck to the roof of your mouth and teeth....
They sold those in our high school cafe...loved the watermelon!!!!!


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I do not want to be fb friends with a 9/10 year old. Is that so wrong?
Not at all. No youngster needs to see some of my FB conversations and/or posts.
I've deleted or blocked all kids on my FB but one. I'm more offended by most of their stuff then they could ever be of mine!
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:45 AM   #69419
 
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:51 AM   #69420
 
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Mr B took these when he went down to get our newspaper a while ago. We already have about 4 inches - so pretty!
How beautiful! Thats your nice secluded little house out there by itself? I'm so jealous. I love it.

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