“Hun, I don't anyone said otherwise. I said that he was being a good dog owner. Some people would have let their dog suffer in pain rather than take it to a vet. So, yes, you're right. It is being called a dog owner. And as I said, he obviously cares for his dog... was that not the issue?”
“Obviously the man cares about his dog or he wouldn't be paying the outrageous cost vets like to charge to examine her and find out what was wrong with her, and then have her spleen removed. So, should he own a dog? Probably more than some people should. I have known of people who never take their animals to a vet, and they somehow want to call it a member of the family.”
LIttlesha on Mar 6, 2014 at 19:56:20
“Outrageous costs? Hun, getting basic care for your dog in the form of an exam is not worthy of a gold star. It's called being a dog owner.”
“I do agree that kids learn from their parents. It has been seen over and over again that cycles sometimes repeat. I just want to say, though, that sometimes kids see their parents do bad things and remember it as something not to do. I know that I learned from my mom a few things that I swore I'd never do when I grew up.”
Jane Blase on Feb 28, 2014 at 14:38:15
“You gotta have some good role models....parents imprint their children before the age of
two (2)!!! Ever wonder why 2 year olds can be terrors!? They are acting out....which is what many adults do every day. TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND PROMISE YOURSELF AND OTHER ROLE MODELS IN YOUR FAMILY TO MAKE A POSITIVE
BEHAVIORAL CHANGE ONCE A WEEK. IT WORKS! Dr. B”
evolvedtg on Feb 27, 2014 at 18:30:02
“Exactly how I lived my life: Doing the complete and polar opposite of my parents. I will never know how kids who live through the fear of being beat, remember the horror and pain of it, and then perpetuate it on their own kids...I love my kids more than life...why in hell would I DO THAT to THEM?
With you on that, LE.”
“I thought I remembered hearing her say in the beginning something about being able to spot a cheater at the first impression. Unless I am a really fast mover, I doubt I get into genetics and family history that personal in the first meeting.”
Feb 5, 2014 at 05:28:33
“You are right. My fiance has celiac, and I find myself occasionally getting pissy because of what we can have in the house, or where we can go to eat, or what we can buy at the store. Then I remember that at least I can go grab some gluteny goodness when he's not with me, but he has to go without all the time. So, I try not to complain too much. It's not like people ask to have celiac.”
“I have been thinking a lot about Steve Irwin and his family lately. I took my daughter online and showed her some of the videos I could find of him on youtube. He was really just so awesome, and I'm glad he left behind good memories for his daughter. I'm so glad she wasn't so young that she can't remember him. And, I'm glad she's carrying on in his footsteps. She really is beautiful.
Steve Irwin was one of 3 celebrities I cried over when he died. Just no one like him.”
“You're a bit on the defensive. I don't care whether anyone things it's cool or not. It is just something that doesn't have to be put down. That is what I said. Not that everyone has to jump on the "hey let's get some threads sewn in our hands" bandwagon. So go tell someone else off. I'm not wrong for not wanting negativity when it isn't necessary. Jerk.”
Mitch Johnesee on Jan 26, 2014 at 18:20:28
“I don't think you know what it means to be "on the defensive"”
“Anything new and different is automatically considered weird by the closed minded. Just because you don't like it or wouldn't do it, doesn't make it a horrible thing. This is not something I'd do, but I think it's interesting. If you don't like it, don't do it. It doesn't mean you have to put down the people who would do this.
Same crap people who wear piercings and tattos have to go through from the holier than thou crowd.”
Mitch Johnesee on Jan 25, 2014 at 18:02:27
“Here's a tidbit; people have just as much right to voice their opinion as the artist has to express themselves through, NON-CONVENTIONAL (seems like you need that emboldened, as "weird" is a logical explanation of something that does not happen often... it doesn't mean someone is automatically "closed-minded") means.
The only person really looking "closed-minded" or "holier than thou" is you for judging anyone who doesn't automatically scream "that's so cool!!"”
cryofpaine on Jan 24, 2014 at 14:05:33
“Piercings and tattoos are performed by professionals who are trained (hopefully) to do their job safely to avoid infection. Who knows what kind of training he's had.
Plus, after it's done, you have a permanent work of art for all the pain you went through. So there's the sense that the pain is worth it.
This is just pain for something that could easily be accomplished some other way, which makes people squeamish. It's hard to understand why someone would go through all that for something that doesn't last.”
“I don't itch down there. When I first started shaving there a million years ago it would sometimes get irritated. Someone told me once that if it gets irritated you can use stick deodorant on it, and that did seem to help.
I disagree with your psychology stance. If I for one second thought my fiance liked me shaven better because he's subconsciously into little girls, he'd be gone as I wouldn't be putting my daughter in a creepy situation.
As a woman who likes women, too, I can tell you that I also prefer shaven women. And it isn't because I like children. Everything that other guy said about aesthetically pleasing, and oral is SO much better. No picking a hair out of my mouth right in the middle of things. Ugh! To me it just looks nicer.
So, wrap your psychology around that. :)”
“Are you kidding me? It's sick?
I shave down there not because my lover is a wannabe pedophile. I shave down there because I don't want my jungle popping out the side of my bathing suit. I keep it bare because I don't like hairs poking through my panties. Also, I just like it that way. Just because you want to keep your bush (which is fine by me) does not make any one else's choice sick!”
stepoutofthenorm on Dec 6, 2013 at 18:02:57
“Good for you. I get the womans perspective, but I'm not buying why men like women to shave down there. I've taken psychology so I think about it from that perspective. I don't know how you can stand the itching. Do you get used to it? Does your body adjust to it? Inquiring trimed V girl wants to know? lol”
“She says they are by no means broke. To me, NOT being broke and spending more wisely is not having money problems. Get real.”
cadreams3 on Oct 25, 2013 at 09:10:14
“Exactly! It just shows you how out of touch rich people are. Their, "not really broke" is our "doing just fine and living a normal life". But to rich people if you can't be shopping for useless clothes and toys every week then you're "broke".”
“She did better than most adults in that situations.
I will have to ask my 12 year old daughter if they are teaching them in school what to do in case of shots fired. I doubt it. It really isn't something kids should have to be learning, and it makes me sad that I should even have to wonder if my kid has or will learn it.”