Let's pretend that you have long, thick hair. You love your long hair. Let's also pretend that you have arthritis and a lingering shoulder injury that makes keeping your long, thick hair brushed impossible without assistance. Cutting your hair is not gonna happen.
Would you go to a salon so that a professional can brush and then French braid your hair? If you do go, how much would you expect to spend?
DK/DC/I HAVE NO HAIR: Do you prefer living in the city, or the country?
ETA: Bought a hair brush I can hold without cramping my hands, and parted down the middle it is easier to brush. Thanks for all of the input and talking me down from spending $30/week for a "wash and set".
I met this guy on OkCupid back in March, and we've been chatting online ever since then on a pretty regular basis. We've just recently finally started talking about meeting in person. The complicated part? We live in cities that are 45 minutes to an hour apart.
Because he said he traveled to my city for the past two consecutive weekends, he said he'd prefer that I come to his city. I've never been to his city before whereas he's been to mine many times, so I'm unfamiliar with his area.
Is that fair, or should he be coming to MY city given the circumstances I described above? Also, if he were "chivalrous" wouldn't/shouldn't HE travel the first time to see the girl?
Let's pretend that you have a long, thick penis. You love your long penis. Let's also pretend that you have arthritis and a lingering shoulder injury that makes keeping your long, thick penis stroked impossible without assistance.
Would you go to a salon so that a professional can stroke and then French your penis? If you do go, how much would you expect to spend?
(With apologies to thunderflyer. I couldn't resist the substitution.)
I am moving into Central London, (Camden/Kings Cross ish area if anyone cares) so that I can walk to university. Rents are expensive, but I can save money if I live with a family, or if I get a single bed room as opposed to a double bed room. Pros/Cons to this? Also, would you personally prefer to pay more and get a double room, or could you be happy with a single room.
Dk/Dc: When was the last time you moved house? Do you prefer it now?
So, I'm trying to study for the CSET, which I wouldn't worry about except for my HUGE, GAPPING hole of knowledge that concerns history. It's not that I hate history, but school honestly didn't spend much time dweling on the past.
Do you guys know any good books (fiction or non-fiction) that revolve around the Vietnam war? Not so much about the experience "back home" as it were, but the experiences of the soldiers, the Vietnamese, those who saw the war directly? But books about the politics and stuff behind it are cool, too.
When was the last time that you made a decision, all for you, that you were really sure was right...and then you had to do a 180 because of someone else? Do you regret it? Wish you'd stuck to your guns?