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January 19th, 2016

(no subject) [Jan. 19th, 2016|03:02 am]
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[colorofthesun]

Will you give me an example of superficial charm or glibness?  Perferably an example you've experienced in real life.

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Luck! [Jan. 19th, 2016|10:24 am]
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[thatdamnbroad]
Looking back over your whole entire life up until this very moment, how lucky do you think you've been?

Would you say you have been:

Extremely lucky
12(14.3%)
Pretty lucky
36(42.9%)
Not really lucky or unlucky
24(28.6%)
Pretty unlucky
10(11.9%)
FML
2(2.4%)


dk/dc/bitch I make my own luck: How many times a week do you eat breakfast?
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Rejection Etiquette [Jan. 19th, 2016|11:23 am]
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[cactus_rs]
I recently observed someone (A) have a minor meltdown over being unfriended on a social network (created for platonic real-life meetups rather than dating/hookups or sharing photos), to the point where they actually phoned up the person (B) to ask them about it. They had met in real life once, about a week ago, and A thought it went really well.

From my perspective, it looks like B did not have as good a time as A and decided she wanted to invest her friend-finding energy elsewhere. The unfriending was a "soft no". I tried to explain this to A and suggest she put it behind her and move on. A replied that she thought B was being cowardly and should have just told her that she (B) didn't really want to hang out again outright.

Assuming that A really liked B, but the feeling was definitely not mutual, how should B have handled rejecting A? Do you think A was in the right to call B and ask about the situation?

(Note that this was an entirely platonic meet-up. Neither party was expecting romance or sex.)

There's also the chance that A misunderstood the mechanics of the site entirely and had not been unfriended. If you had met someone online, hung out once and had a good time, but then a week later got a phone call asking about why you unfriended them/why you didn't like them/whatever, when you had actually done nothing of the sort, would that scare you off the person entirely, or would the potential friendship be salvageable?
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GF etiquitte [Jan. 19th, 2016|12:46 pm]
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[hajiomatic]

Sometimes when im in the shower my GF will sneak in and grab my junk while im rinsing my hair.
This startles me.
How can i get her to stop without hurting her feelings?

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What is your favorite cookbook [Jan. 19th, 2016|01:41 pm]
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[strivingtoohard]
When you cook, how often do follow recipes in a cookbook?

What is your favorite cookbook?



I will sometimes fine a recipe that sounds interesting, make a grocery list, stop at the grocery on the way home from work and make the dish following the recipe.


My favorite, or at least the one I use the most, is Better Homes and Gardens cookbook.
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