January 25th, 2014


3 q's

1. Have you ever drastically changed your opinion on a subject that you once felt strongly about? I'm not talking about a preference, like "I used to love fish but now I can't stand it", I mean more like an opinion that you could defend. What changed your mind?

2. Do you have an opinion that you are really bad at defending, that you maybe even think you might be wrong about, but you can't help but feel that way anyway?

3. For you, personally, can you be offended by a joke or stand-up routine and still think it's funny at the same time? Does one negate the other for you?
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I'm thinking about buying a SUV. What would you recommend? Things I care about: price (ideally under $30k), good gas mileage, safety, spacious, and not a crossover (I think they're ugly, sorry).

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If an item is for sale online (free standard shipping) and in a nearby store but it costs 15% more in store, do you order it online to save money and wait, or get it in store for immediate gratification?

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If it is a day off and there is nothing you really need to do (you have enough food, there are no plans) how likely are you to go out if the weather is bad?

No matter what I have to take my dog out a couple times throughout the day. Even if it's just for a few minutes I bundle up as though I am walking to work-slush pants, coat, hat, boots, scarf etc. My husband will throw on flip flops and walk out into the snow to take the dog out. :/

It is also likely that I will go out the check the mail, which is located on another part of the building I live in. The area it is in, and with how slippery it is, I am not likely to go there the same time I take my dog out.

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Does anybody know of a good recipe for peanut butter filled chocolate cupcakes where you put the peanut butter in before baking as opposed to piping it in when the cupcakes are done?

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So a drama filled situation has occurred in my life and I need advice, please.

A good (married) friend (let`s call her C) of mine has always been flirty with my husband-never an issue with me. My husband is also flirty but I know he is big on family and trust that nothing would happen.

The last few weeks, however, C has been extremely flirty. I never thought much about it until she ended up cheating on her husband with a good friend of his. My husband is also good friends with C`s husband. This made me (and my husband) think that maybe she was looking for any of her husband`s `good friends`to cheat with.

Nothing actually happened between C and my husband and she really regrets what happened, so she probably won`t be flirty anymore. However, if she was looking at my husband as a potential target, then that reflects how she feels about the relationship we have as friends, right?

What would you do in this situation? Since nothing actually happened, I don't feel as though I can confront her about it and I sure as heck don't know what I would say if I did.

Has anything like this happened to you? Share stories?

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How much did you pay for the last pair of shoes you bought?

And, you know, what were they, and what was the occasion, and do you like their fit, and do you have photos, you know the drill.


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I forgot to put a can of refrigerated biscuits in the fridge after I came home from the grocery store.  They were out for 3.5 hours roughly.  Do you think they are ok to cook and eat?  If you don't know what I'm talking about it's something like this, but a different brand
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Poll #1953660 Which is your favorite winter sport?

What is your favorite winter sport?

figure skating
speed skating
sledding (luge/bobsled/other sled)
Other (in comments)
What's winter?