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    Why leave the place so goddamn messy and dirty?! I'm hardly the tidiest person alive, and a bit of mess is like whatever. But when you're leaving DIRT in bathtubs, that's disgusting!
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    My migraine rolled my birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    My migraine rolled my birthday.

    Sorry to hear that. I get migraines, too, so I feel for you!

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    Hm. Yes. She was right. I didn't know how to love.

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    I'm sick of everybody using me because we're "close".

    I just learned how to say no, guys!
    Your epidermis is showing. <3

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    Really, the hypochondriac paranoia of my family needs to chill the fuck out.
    I can't post a status about the start of a cold without my Mom giving me a 3 paragraph run-down of how I need to go see a doctor.
    I can't mention a mouse or two having been in my house without her sending me paragraphs on how they carry hantavirus and it is deadly.

    Seriously? Get some ganja and relax or something.
    I'm so glad I take after my Dad more in this regard. I don't have to feel like I need to live in a god damn bubble, or like stubbing my toe means I'm going to immediately develop gangrene, or whatever other ludicrous shit her and my brother would end up finding an internet source of documentary on.
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    I hate it when we women have to put up with being hormone chemical factories that ebb and flow with estrogen and progesterone on a monthly basis. Seriously.... I know it's a great biological process for making babies and stuff, but it ends up messing with my moods, turns me into a paranoid mess (thanks to being Ni-dom).... and I'm a type 4 and suffer moodiness as it is! ARRRGGGHHH!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    I know it's a great biological process for making babies and stuff
    It's a rather medieval and crude process actually.

    Whilest the male productive parts are the technological marvel of the new age.

    We can just put it in whenever and whereever we feel like it and it will always be functional and feel good. Whilest women have to endure it over and over every month even though they will only need the use of the process on average two to three times in their lives. Unlike in medieval times when women farted out in the tens of babies during their lives.

    The process is stuck on the wheel of time and is in serious need of evolution.

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    Religion can suck a cock, seriously. I know it does good in some people's lives and I've seen how it works in my dad's life, but now he's telling me that he thinks his debilitating back pain that he's had since he was a teenager is God punishing him for divorcing his ex-wife, my stepmom, even though she was going to put him into the ground from all the stress and shit she pulled.
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    I learned to dance when I saw a tiger prance,
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    He taught me how to wink my eye.
    I learned to bill and coo from a turtledove,
    And a grizzly bear taught me how to hug.
    But the guy that lived two caves from me,
    He taught me how to love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mae View Post
    Religion can suck a cock, seriously. I know it does good in some people's lives and I've seen how it works in my dad's life, but now he's telling me that he thinks his debilitating back pain that he's had since he was a teenager is God punishing him for divorcing his ex-wife, my stepmom, even though she was going to put him into the ground from all the stress and shit she pulled.
    My father drove the ambulance many years ago and he was once called to a neigbouring house who knew he did that as well of a very devout christian family who's newborn baby had stopped breathing. He was on the scene fast and rescusitated the baby and took it and the father to the hospital. On the way to the hospital the father of the baby told my father that he didn't have to drive so fast because if the baby wouldn't make it, it was meant to be, and it would be ok because then he'd be in the care of the Lord.

    My father came very close to punching the guy but managed to shrug it off.

    It's a similar situation I suppose. It's using religion as a shield in a wrong way. When something is wrong you should do everything in your power to right it. And if that wasn't enough, then you can find comfort in religion all you want. But not before. If he has backpains and doesn't want to get them checked out because he believes it is punishment, then that's just him using religion as a shield as well.

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