ElenaFisher2.0
ElenaFisher2-0
Jul 26 2013
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Oh, I forgot, young people don't know ANYTHING and have no life experience worth contributing, ever. Thanks for reminding me.

Jul 26 2013
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I'm aware that my experience is uncommon, and that I've been lucky. No need to be rude about it. I'm sorry you haven't been so lucky yourself, but let's maybe try to dial down the bitterness, ok?

Jul 26 2013
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True, but you should never feel obligated to "give someone a chance" if it's something that you really feel isn't ever going to grow on you. I was once asked out a by a guy who was friendly and cute, but also extremely lazy/apathetic and a huge stoner. I knew that wasn't ever going to happen, so I said no.

Jul 26 2013
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18. And he was my first date, my first kiss, my first everything. In high school I felt like the only person who had never experienced any of that.

Jul 26 2013
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My husband was dying his hair black when we met! It bothered me, but not enough to not fall for him. And within three months we wasn't dying it anymore anyway.

Jul 26 2013
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There's nothing wrong with being selective and having high standards, especially if you're looking for someone to settle down with for life and not just have a casual fling with. Read more

Jul 25 2013
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We've watched her a few times before, but obviously this time is a little different since she's ill AND we have two cats and instead of just one like we used to. But I think it'll be ok. Especially now that we've got some antibiotics for her lil tummy.

Jul 25 2013
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How rare are the shooting stars? I've been looking almost every night but haven't seen any.

Jul 25 2013
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My mom makes the most amazing schnitzel and it does NOT taste like chicken mcnuggets. It's not even made of chicken, for goodness' sake.

Jul 25 2013
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Yup, we've got her bed, her blankie, and her stuffed dolphin. As for meals, she doesn't eat much at the best of times, so I think she'll be ok.