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I've never been to TJ's and would LOVE some of those caramels. Just sayin. : )
Originally Posted by jeepcurlygurl
If you ever get down this way, I should take you to TJs!

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There's a guy at work who has been into me since the day he first came to work for a few hours. I was in control and having an easy time of it on my station and I pretty much saw the twinkle in his eye right then and there.
I'm not gonna lie --- I actually think he's cute. But I have zero interest in dating him. We have no common ground other than both being Dominican born.
He keeps at it and damn it, the horny, frustrated part of me that STILL hasn't gotten any wants surrender so badly. Like, one day as I said I was ready on a ticket, he says to cook in the middle that of course I was and that's how he likes things, fast. Well, almost everything, he added. Like, do not make me think about that which I haven't had in far too long!
But no way in hell. I would only open up that can of worms for someone I could actually see myself dating. Otherwise I'm just not willing to make a mess of work for a booty call.
S, it's gonna be soooo good when it happens!!!! Worth the wait.


Ho,ho,hooooo! I gotta start watching these telenovelas cause mmmmmmaaaannn. speechless. Some of those bodies.
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do.
The more things change, the more they stay the same ....
Kayb, watch Pasion. It's my number one ranked. It's on YouTube. I've got plenty more recommendations (ahem, Corazon Salvaje 1993), though I skip telenovelas that often have gorgeous men but are terrible. I do not like awful telenovelas (which can be applied to most of William Levy's choices, except for Pasion, which is great).

Are you kidding me with this ****, especially argument number 4? Oh those poor, no-longer-manly men alone and confused in the world. It's all our fault they suck, of course:
Two threads about relationships started by different posters. Both use the term 'bestie' and have very similar drama like tales to tell.

I can't help but think: One troll, 2 usernames.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
The little energy bar does not last long enough in Sims. I've also run out of money and have a half blue and white carpet in the Sims living room. But I don't have enough energy to make more money to buy more carpet.

Everyone else has really cool houses though! Good job my Sims friends.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
I feel like I am all wishy washy in my Sim house just like in real life. Made me laugh when I realized that! I need some bigger rooms but they are EXPENSIVE (in my sim house-not real house) as I am feeling a bit cramped.

I try to go for a while and not buy anything so I can go on a shopping spree in my sim world-makes me feel like I get a lot accomplished.

Oh and I have buyers remorse lots too-I bought a street light for goodness sakes-who needs that??
Originally Posted by xcptnl

I bought a street light

I wait until I'm inspired to do anything. That and I "farm" a lot. I'm in the middle of remodelling
Originally Posted by kayb
I haven't got any coffee beans or a Muse to send yet. I think there are some other gifts I want to send but I don't have those either yet.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
F*ck Dennis Prager and any other men who "don't want merely to be 'equal partners' with a wife." Bolding mine. Idiocy his. So Dennis, women are so beneath you that the idea of being an equal partner with one offends you? Die in a fire. In fact...FINISH HIM, KORRA!

Speaking of which, little Korra is so cute! She's got that don't-mess-with-me look already.

Y'know, the "Don't buy Starbucks" savings tip always used to be useless for me since I never did, but now that I tutor there and have to buy a drink each time so as not to be a terrible person, it's useless in a new and special way.

...It's a siggie.
Saria, I still haven't found the earring. My real face was at least as confused as my imaginary face when I noticed it was missing, lol! There are only so many places it can hide, and I know it's somewhere in my house, but it is apparently very determined to get away from me.

...It's a siggie.
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CurlyLaura, is Eddie home?
Two threads about relationships started by different posters. Both use the term 'bestie' and have very similar drama like tales to tell.

I can't help but think: One troll, 2 usernames.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Yup, I came to the same conclusion and posted about it too a couple pages back. Plus, the OPs both had very few posts. I don't understand why people here keep falling for Lemon.Tulips' (aka Needs.Hair.Repair) old tricks.

I am the new Black.

"Hope the Mail are saving space tomorrow for Samantha Brick's reaction piece on the reactions to her piece about the reactions to her piece." ~ Tweet reposted by Rou.
CurlyLaura, is Eddie home?
Originally Posted by ninja dog
He is now!

Phoenix, the temptation to put this in both threads is growing

Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.

Last edited by curlylaura; 11-07-2011 at 09:20 AM.
Kayb, if you do check it out, some of the lovelier scenes, if you will, from Pasion have been removed, but it's possible someone has uploaded them again, hopefully. Very steamy.

Wild~sasparilla, to this day I'm baffled by having lost a small earring right before my very eyes. I dropped it and it was seemingly swallowed up by the carpeting because I never found it even though I searched for it immediately.
Hey, another non-Starbucks drinker (special circumstances notwithstanding)! It's not just me!

A comment about this little nugget was great:

If you wonder why so many men choose not to get married, the answer lies in large part in the contemporary devaluation of the husband and of the father — of men as men, in other words.

This is one of my favorite parts. See, when there are high rates of single women, it’s because ohmyGodsomethingiswrongwiththoseladies! seehowunhappytheymustbe! But for dudes, it’s a choice.
Yep, men are choosing not to get married, but women are in crisis because they can't find a man to marry them.
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do.
I really need to remember to descale the Tassimo every month. The coffee is sooo good today!
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My period better not even think about coming early, come after Wednesday damn it!
Turtles: omg please don't put that in your moo moo

Nej: too late... moo moo has been infiltrated.
Actually, someone recently uploaded the complete novela, steaminess intact. Yay! It's a great one. It starts off a little slow, but once it gets going, it's whirlind pace, tons of action, gorgeous gowns, perfect male lead--- romantic, brave, smart, loyal. Susana Gonzalez looked beautiful in this as well, and her character grew from timid to strong and kick-ass. Mostly though, it's that the two leads really do seem like they're in love, and there's no typical telenovela bs where one believes the other no longer loves them.
The steaminess increases rapidly, and there's lots to be had.
My period was exactly on time and I was pissed with myself because I forgot it was coming yesterday and WAS NOT PREPARED!

Sigh, Jesse & Joy, sometimes I can't stop listening to you:
That song is just too perfect.

Last edited by Saria; 11-07-2011 at 10:47 AM.
I want some darn chocolate, and I'm out! Waaaaaah!
I'm planning my teacher goody baskets for Christmas, and they're going to be GOOD this year.
"Maybe Lucy's right. Of all the Charlie Browns in the world, you're the Charlie Browniest."--Linus, A Charlie Brown Christmas
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This past week or so has been really hard, and today feels like the culmination, with the period and the hormones that go along with it. My skin looks tired, broken out thanks to period, the spot where the mole was removed is at this awkward spot where the surrounding skin is kind of pale and the leftover pigmentation is a weird brown color. Work sucks. My mother and living with her and my dad are driving me batty. No contact other than FB from idiot. Something has to give, but I can't seem to find a solution. I feel like I'm running out of rope.
It occurs to me that if $100,000 fell out of the sky, my life would be drastically different.

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