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Ritik Jangir @ritikj6 (5) 23 Sep
This weekend i came to home form college to home. I am doing UG course and i live away from my home. But now i am to go back and it is countiniously raining from last two days. My mom is saying me stay for one more day but...
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Ricki Dillane @ricki_911 (19793) • Toronto, Ontario 22h
I've been at this new job a month and learnt a few things. The place is very disorganized and manager get shuffled around. As was my last job at the pet store the same and ran similar. Luckily this job is suppose to be temp...
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Tel @teltel (55) 24 Sep
I was laying in bed when my cat, Trenya jumped in and started playing with my hair, it's tickling my forehead but I loved it. Then, I started a convo with him.. Me: Tren, why don't we post a Stud Service online so you could have...
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sweet as honey @sweetashoney (1824) • United States 21 Sep
Well I think I'm in a pickle! I think my heat pump is about shot! I stepped outside and it was making a very loud sound. It sound was so loud that when I shut it off, my neighbor clear across the road called to see if something...
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Toni LoCicero I had that problem with my air conditioner. Only I couldn't afford to even think of running it as it would cost about $50 a day to run it here in California. I got busy and did some research and contacted some agencies that help low income people (I'm on...
Natalie Deaton @364811a (5) • United States 12 Sep
I am a proud pit bull owner. Over the years breed specific legislation has made life tough for my dog and I. Apartments are hard to rent for bully breed owners and sometimes people are just plain afraid of my dog! I was just...
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topffer @topffer (35595) • France 14 Sep
... and it reminded me that this damned car race inside the city was for this weekend. I have already booked a ticket on the first train leaving on Sunday before the motors start to roar and shake my house. We have the Heritage...
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Kharla Jolly @kobesbuddy (53053) • East Tawas, Michigan 5 Sep
As Kobe and I took off for our morning walk, we both got an unexpected surprise. I always carry a paper towel in the pocket of my jacket, just in case I need it for some reason or another. Today, Kobe had something slopped on top...
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Toni LoCicero I shouldn't laugh, I feel sorry for Kobe, but it brings back memories of MANY years ago when my ex-husband and I went on a date. We went to the ocean for a fish dinner (we live close to the California coastline) and the Sea Gulls had it in for my ex big...
Judy Story @jstory07 (69360) • Roseburg, Oregon 10 Jul
There are some parents who want to relive their childhood by having their children do things that they wanted to do. What about what your child wants to do. Why would you force your children to do what you want them to do. Your...
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pitstop @pitstop (6895) • India 30 Aug
See this text exchange with my wife. My 1 year old daughter keeps us really busy and frustrated my wife by going into the bathroom crawling. Do you think my response after I came home was inappropriate or humorous. Am I a...
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Toni LoCicero No, you aren't a parenting failure. Your response was humorous. At the age your daughter is one of the things you will notice is that different textures, temperatures, and other experiences will fascinate her. She is busily learning about the world around...
RodrickHaffely @RodrickH (12113) • China 24 Aug
No, if someone gives you a present it means they care about you then why the cost should be important? What do you think? Is the cost of a present important to you?
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Toni LoCicero The cost is never important to me. Actually the best present to me is a hug! It costs nothing and is given with love. All the other things are just that, things and are bought to impress rather than bought to show love. We learn as children how important...
Jo Ann @akalinus (20218) • United States 19 Aug
I woke up in a panic. I have to get ready. There are only 127 days until Christmas. It sounds like a long time but it will go by in a flash. Are you ready for Christmas? Have you finished your shopping and know how you will...
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How to Get Back to Living @mythociate (15763) • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 30 Jul
I was in a Facebook-group that purported to be 'about men becoming more-Godly.' And I proposed that the 'sacraments' (Roman Catholics' weekly-, yearly-, and more-or-less frequent-rituals) are only symbolic ... mere reminders of...
The Horse @TheHorse (71305) • Pleasant Hill, California 28 Jul
Driving to my evening gig at 8 PM yesterday evening was eerie. I could see Mt. Diablo, but not really. It was shrouded in a brownish haze. When the moon rose, it was red. Wild fires are raging through Northern and Southern...
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Toni LoCicero Mom used to tell us that fire creates its own wind. Which is totally understandable since the heat from a fire is much much hotter than the heat from normal weather conditions. So, when you mix that heat from the fire with that from the weather you can...
The Invisible Man @TheInvisibleMan (17915) 21 Nov
How annoying can these types of phone calls be when they are often made? Especially when you refuse the offer extremely clearly and companies continue to call and insist on the same proposal? Oh, God... Why don't...
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Deborah-Diane @DeborahDiane (23147) • Laguna Woods, California 26 Jul
Several businesses in our area held Christmas in July sales this week. Since I have never heard of this marketing idea, I think it must be new. However, it's a great idea. The ads featured pictures of Christmas trees, snow...
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Toni LoCicero Yes, unfortunately the local stores really go all out for their Christmas in July sales. The advertisements are tacky and tasteless. I can understand the promotions, but it would be nice if the stores would also work at contributing to the local charities...
Katt Rocketman @PeachieMew (635) • Cleveland, Ohio 8 Feb
Look at it, it's beautiful. I can't wait to start making things with it. Plus, the box it came in is the perfect size to make a cat house out of.
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Pretty_Anne88 @Anne88 (327) • Canlubang, Philippines 22 Apr
I don't know how it really started. Last year, my mom and I just got into this Diamond Cross Stitching thing. Sometimes they call it Rhinestone Art. Warning! It is highly addictive. Rhinestone art is similar to cross stitching....
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The Horse @TheHorse (71305) • Pleasant Hill, California 23 Mar
As many of you know, I like to make coasters out of guitar sound holes, sent to my by Martin Guitars, Collings guitars, and (occasionally) other manufacturers of high-end guitars. I've only sold a handful of these things. They...
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Toni LoCicero I couldn't put a price on something that beautiful! They are absolutely great. With the amount of work you put into them I wouldn't sell them too cheaply, especially as beautiful the wood is when it's finished. Crafts people always seem to either over price...
The Horse @TheHorse (71305) • Pleasant Hill, California 25 Jul
At a recent gig, I noticed that the back of my Collings OM-1 guitar was looking kind of scratched up. I don't wear a belt, but I suppose it could just be wear from the guitar stand, contact with my pants, etc. Enter Meguiar's...
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Toni LoCicero I don't see any scratches! I'll have to keep the Glaze in my notes for repairs for various items that I put in the shop. The scratches could be a combination of things, including the guitar stand and also dust. We don't think of dust as something that could...
enyi ada @Berrygal (5410) 20 Jul
Sometimes we just happen to have some infection,deformity or just any defect on the body and it really what we can't just help ourselves.People begin to reject or discriminate against us.How can one live above this to avoid...
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