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February 22nd, 2016

Bread and butter [Feb. 22nd, 2016|02:01 am]
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When you're out at a restaurant would you rather get room-temperature rolls with soft, melted butter or hot rolls with cold butter?
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Like Frankenstein I Did It My Way [Feb. 22nd, 2016|07:16 am]
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Morning TQC!
What's the last good mondegreen (misheard lyric) you heard?
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After You're Gone [Feb. 22nd, 2016|10:04 am]
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What songs would you want to have played at your funeral? Lyrics and videos welcomed.

My answer in the comments.
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'Bad' words [Feb. 22nd, 2016|10:19 am]
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Are there any other words, besides curse words, that you don't let your child say (or if you don't have kids, your parents didn't let you say)?

Inspired by my friend saying she doesn't let her son say 'hate', that it's a 'bad word'.

For a long time, we didn't let our kids say 'die' or 'death', only 'destroy' (while playing).

I was wondering if anyone else did something like that. 
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(no subject) [Feb. 22nd, 2016|02:31 pm]
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What can I do to make your job easier?
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(no subject) [Feb. 22nd, 2016|07:47 pm]
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I don't know if I'm hormonal or what.

Today, I moved all my furniture into a new apartment with the help of my father and a close friend.

My friend told me that I shouldn't let my father move furniture ever again, because he's getting old. I know my father is about 60 years old, but he's not I such bad shape he can't move furniture. He says my dad is losing it. He is kind of misunderstood, though, and always has been, and I got really defensive about those comments

I'm feeling really upset now. I haven't always been great to my dad but he's always been great to me, so I am trying to recognize that as an adult. But now I just feel like I burdened my father by having him help me move. I already have issues with people helping me with things and now I'm just completely upset like I didn't deserve any help. This has put a whole damper on my night

Is this normal, to feel guilty like this when it comes to your parents? How can I make my friend realize that he's really upsetting me ? I figure that now isn't the best time given that he helped me today
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