why do people apologize for cross posting?
it's not like you did it by accident.
where is a good place for free e-cards?
My boyfriend and his friends frequently use the phrase "feigning for." As in, "I'm really feigning for some chocolate right now."
Definition: To crave something, as if in withdrawl.
Now... I have never heard of this phrase before, but he insists that it is legit. Has anyone ever heard this phrase before??
you're in love with someone (person1). edit: person1 is also your very good-if not best friend. person1 may or may not be in love with you, but it doesn't matter because due to the situation you're in, you two cannot be together, anyway. the situation may be anything-long distance, restrictive parents, religious beliefs, etc.
time passes, you meet people, get into relationships. at some point you meet someone special(person2), get into a pretty serious relationship lasting for a few years. you're very close, but you're just not 100% sure if it's love, if it's the same kind of love you had/have for person1.
something changes. the factor that was keeping you from being with person1 is no more. your love for person1 is still the same.
what do you do? do you leave person2 for person1? do you stay with person2? why? why not?
I don't know much about cooking (aside from cooking desserts) but I'm trying to think of dinner type stuff to make for me and my boyfriend.
The biggest thing is, I don't eat meat, and he hates most veggies, but most of all onions. (The flavor can be there, but he'll freak if he finds an onion bit, so his mom used to grate them for him.) Mine isn't too big a deal, most things can be made two batches one with meat, one without. Plus I'm used to eating "poor folk" food, I grew up as trailor trash. ^_^
So anyone have any recipes they want to suggest, or websites or anything?
If you could ask a sorority girl any questions about sororities (which you can! :) ) What would you ask? Go ahead and ask anything, I won't be offended.
Is there anyone in here who is or is planning on being a teacher? I need to write a lesson plan for second graders. I know there are things all lessons plans need, but I don't know those things. Can anyone help me?