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Relationships / Room Mate
« Last post by Bing Pot on December 19, 2019, 12:04:02 AM »
My room mate is a great girl. Every once in awhile we will grab lunch or watch a movie. The only thing that annoys me about her is how she complains about a little mess left here and there every now and then. And sometimes it's not even a big mess but she'll say something about it.

Sometimes she leaves a mess and it's actually her mess, but she'll say it's mine, which honestly is the worst part of it all.

It isn't enough to make me move elsewhere, but damn son! Leave me be!
Settle an Argument / Boyfriend Addicted to Gaming
« Last post by Erica Young on December 10, 2019, 02:11:16 PM »

When I first met my boyfriend a few months back, he was the sweetest guy ever, which is why we hooked up. First month he was amazing, but then he started giving me less and less time. I knew he was into WOW, which I totally respect. Used to see him at least 3 times a week, but now I think I only got to see him 2x this December!!  >:(

Is he worth holding on to? Or should I not bother? My sister dated a gaming addict before, but their relationship ended for a reason not related to gaming.  ;)

Tattoo Designs / Re: Need Feedback on Tattoo Design
« Last post by leonidas on November 23, 2019, 03:12:50 AM »
it depends on what you
Tattoo Designs / Need Feedback on Tattoo Design
« Last post by Pidong Lalantikan on November 17, 2019, 06:51:48 AM »
Hey there,

Was going to get a tattoo done. I have the draft, but would like some input. What could be done better with the design?


It's not how hard you can take a hit, it's if anyone sees you crying after.
Infidelity / Whatever Happened to Loyalty?
« Last post by Mon_kill on November 15, 2019, 05:25:35 PM »
Had the same barber for over 20 years now. Great guy, somewhat decent cuts. Now that I have a job, people be asking me to get my hair cuts at this place or that place. Sure, I can afford the extra $20 it'd cost me. Sure, this "new guy" would probably make me look better. Sure, I would enjoy 5 minute drive it'd take me to get to the new barber, versus the 40-minute drive it'd take going to good ol'.

From different angles, it makes sense to make the switch. But what about loyalty? Ya'll think 'bout that for a second - what it means to be loyal to yo man yo!

"When the tough gets going, take it standing up yo!
Coworkers / Re: There's this thing called cologne
« Last post by MothaGoose on October 11, 2019, 06:38:53 AM »
Ohh I would be horrified if I were this officemate! She would probably feel the same if she knew that people in the office were talking about her and how she smells. If it were me I would like to be told about this, and I sure as hell would do something about it. She probably will, too.

What I think you can do is talk to someone she is really close too, and have that person tell her. If she has a good sense of humor, then maybe someone can tell her in a joking manner. Or maybe someone needs to type her an anonymous letter. But please, let her know. It's her right to know that something is not okay with her. It's not a big issue, it's not something that affects office productivity, but it's something that speaks a lot about her, hygiene-wise.

She might feel embarrassed, but anyone in her place will feel the same. It will pass. But maybe never talk to her about it again, if she's sensitive? But let her know. It would be worse if she hears from other people in the office and not the people she works most closely with.
Coworkers / Re: There's this thing called cologne
« Last post by Monkey Beast on October 08, 2019, 05:56:58 PM »
But man, does she stink in the mornings! You know how you prepare for work - shower. get dressed, make yourself presentable? Feels nice to be among people who are like you, right? But Liz is different. In the morning she comes inside the air-conditioned office reeking of I don't know what she and her kids had for breakfast. I understand that her place is really small (an apartment unit in a complex just across the street where the office is located) and has no exhaust window (I know, we've been to her place a couple of times) but man! Ca she not smell herself? She comes in in the morning hair all wet, huffing and puffing into the office with a lot of good-smelling people and goes around the room giving everyone a hug! WTF?! It takes so much of my energy to keep myself from gagging. Why can't she wear perfume - or cologne, at least? A little spritz here and there and then maybe wait outside for 5-10 mins before she comes in, so the smell dissipates from her? I've talked with the guys individually and they all have the same thing to say about her. No one dares to tell her not even the girls because they don't wanna hurt her or make her angry. My nose is assailed every day. Aaaaargh!

Man, I'd be bothered too if I were you. I hate it when someone in the office smells. We had a janitor like that in the office, but it was easy to tell him because he's a guy and he was cool about it especially when some of us pitched in to give him a perfume set - complete with au de toilette, a deo, a cologne, and an aftershave - on his  birthday. The day after we gave it, he came to work smelling good. And I guess he liked how it made him feel that he never smelled again. But I understand how you would hesitate doing that with your coworker because she's female - but then again, you do not really have a choice, do you?
« Last post by Monkey Beast on October 08, 2019, 05:45:13 PM »
I think you need a detox from social media. The bad feeling stems from looking at these posts, so maybe don't visit your social media. Delete your accounts, and move along. Those posts are not the be-all and end-all of life. Find something else to do if you feel the urge to check your facebook or instagram. Write a book - since your name says you are a frustrated author. Maybe instead of looking at posts, you can write a few lines and start your book. It's a great idea, don't you think?
Relationships / Re: Wife Addicted to Phone
« Last post by Monkey Beast on October 08, 2019, 05:37:43 PM »
Yep, I agree with those who say she needs therapy. If y0u can't get her to stop just by talking to her about the issue, then I highly suggest you get her to speak with someone else - a professional. This sounds like a big problem. Maybe you should get her to talk to someone about cognitive behavioral therapy. I don't know if that thing works, but maybe you can try it. I'm also thinking about subliminal messages and all that - but that sounds like some mumbo-jumbo invented by someone to fool people, I don't know. Maybe other people can pitch in and tell us if that thing works - you know, those audio files you listen to that the conscious does not understand, but gets through to your subconscious and then changes your life?

Again I'm not sure it works but maybe it's worth a try since you seem to be at your wit's end about the situation?
Relationships / Re: Does he like me?
« Last post by Monkey Beast on October 08, 2019, 05:30:46 PM »
I'm speaking from a guy's point of view: he probably does. A guy would not go out of his way to be "suddenly" more friendly to the opposite sex for nothing. He is probably on the rocks with his gf because he likes you, or maybe he is on the rocks because he is fed up with her and is looking for a way out  (i.e., "using" you). It is totally your call if you want to be friendly with him, but be careful. He is probably just going through a rough patch with his gf and they would be okay if he works on it. But with you in the way being all friendly, he might start comparing you with his gf and see all the good in you and the bad in her and then you might be the reason they won't get back together again. I speak from experience too. I was once in a so-called "relationship" with a girl at work and it almost broke my family.
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