April 7th, 2013

FF: Firefox1490 Lighting

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So someone is currently in front of my house puking their damn guts out. I don't know who the heck it is and I'm not going to check. But can you call the cops on someone cause they puked in front of your house?

[for language]Also what the fuck? Really dude?
y

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how to do you 'reconnect' with your S.O.?

so many things, normal conversations, I feel off with my S.O. Not connected, does this make sense to anyone? I don't know, it's not always like this but when it is, it just makes me sad.

any activities, games, etc to light us up again and connect? Thanks TQC.

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So, my iphone thinks all my storage is used up, but when I plug it into Itunes, it says that 95% of the storage is being used by things that fall under the "other" category. My photos and apps barely take up a portion of it, and I have no music on it. What gives? I even bought more storage on my cloud, but it still hasn't changed. What gives?
alice

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I've been seeing this guy for about 3 months now, about 3 times each week. I quite often talk about work and say 'x and y are my days off this week'.
The other day it came out that he thought I worked part time (I usually work at least 40-45 hours a week, often up to 55, he thought I worked 15-20). Am I validated in feeling quite offended by that? It feels kind of ridiculous but I work really, really hard and thought someone I am essentially in a relationship with would notice that.

ETA: When I say offended, I mean mildly so, and annoyed that he clearly hasn't listened/thinks i'm lazy because I sleep a lot, when actually im recovering from long shifts. 
patterns in nature

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If someone used a word in a way that made no sense, and the context suggested that they think it means something else, would you tell them? What if it were someone on TQC? And then what if someone else posted a comment in which they misused the same word in the same way?

Bonus question: Do you know what post I'm talking about?
Mark with girl
  • ck29

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Do any of you have tips on introducing a dog to a cat, when the dog has no experience?

My 60 pound dog only sees cats at the vet, when she is on a leash. When she finally realizes the friendly office cat is there, she lunges at it. This weekend we visited a friend with a Boston Terrier and a cat. She does excellent with the dog, they are great together. However, when she saw the cat she would run after it. I would immediately stop her, plus the cat is fast enough to get away. The poor cat hid out the whole time. We plan to visit the friend again this weekend, and (hopefully) move to the same town as them, so my dog would be regularly seeing the cat.