Proud MacBabe. Happy everything to everybody.
Loc: B.C. Canada
Originally Posted By: Celandine
Originally Posted By: Leslie
We are the same as any one big dysfunctional family. Hugs and kisses one day, fire-breathing dragons the next. Some of us take a break once in awhile and then return. We all have to go out and smell the roses every so often. But most of us come back.
Sorry... but that's the same BS excuse for bad behavior that keeps it rolling on and on and on...
"They've been fighting for thousands of years!!!" has to end SOMEWHERE!
"Will someone Plze pay for the Stolen Goat so the rest of us can move on already?!?" -
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
I saw 3 of them & yep, there are people "like that".
Having not lived a very sheltered life, I've roomed with the Flat-Mates From HELL on several levels, from communes in the '60's, college roomies in the '70's and housemates in the 90's
I've found when you're thrown together with people with whom you don't have a bond with, either by love or kin, you never know what you'll come home to from one day (or night) to the next!
Mostly it's just little stuff, that gets under your skin... People who “borrow” your stuff, eat your groceries, don’t fulfill their agreement to share the chores, are chronically late with their share of the rent, invite unsavory guests home, or have “excessively LOUD” sexual encounters...sometimes all of the above!
BTW, IMO the "supplier" in Brad Pitts was a jerk, in he had a responsibility toward that lady who was freaking out...to stay with her at least until she got her head in a better place. She seemed on the verge of doing something really dumb, like that police chief with the brownies...liked the cut-away scene with the chemo-patient scarfing down food was the only redeeming factor, afaiwc.
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