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Comment on Stop blaming God! (food for thought) by adelaidemorris9030

Fri, 08 Apr 2016 10:41:41 +0000

According to the documentatiom and what I’ve just done (under rubygems 1.6.2) just using: Come on

Comment on The Pre-Wedding Blues by Only one excited

Wed, 24 Jan 2007 05:01:38 +0000

I have been with my fiance for almost eight years, we have lived together for about five. We talked about getting married for two, and got engaged! after being engaged for two years, we decided to get married, you know set a date! I am very excited, but I feel I am the only one. We wanted a "small" wedding, just close friends and family, however when we talked to his parents, their first reaction was that of dissappointment, the reason they gave us was that they went to so many peoples weddings and events that they would like to see some of their money back! I ignored it and decided I was going to enjoy planning my wedding regardless. I only have my best friend as my maid of honor, there are no bridesmaids, although I have a sister and my fiance has a sister, i wanted someone to help me and calm me down. My sister is married with a kid, and that has become her only life since the baby, which by the way is 2, and my soon-to-be sister-in-law is completely wrapped in her life. I feel like I'm the only one excited about the wedding. I have planned everything from the reception to the bridal shower, i have to help my friend since she's the only one in the bridal party and my "sisters" are to busy to even offer help or come through whenever I ask them for help. My mother works all the time and although she's excited, I hardly see her. Every time I talk to his mom about the wedding she has a negative remark and makes funny faces, as to say that I am not doing things right but the times that I have asked her for her opinion or help, she either doesn't have time or says to leave it for some other time and of course says we didn't invite enough people. I feel as if I am pushing my friend with a lot of responsabilities, and I feel that I am the only one pushing for this wedding to happen. My fiance says he is excited but that he has to concentrate in work. I feel hopeless, and unfortunaly, all the negative vibe has brought me down. Help!

Comment on Stop blaming God! (food for thought) by The Truth

Sat, 18 Nov 2006 16:11:48 +0000

Anyone who blames God, has a hollow faith indeed.

Comment on Sweet Tooth by Cy Quick

Sat, 12 Aug 2006 06:44:41 +0000

PS insert "life" between "miserable" and "of". Your 3-year-old will be happy until he hits teeth trouble. The he can punish your husband with slagging off. Where is the problem? What? You love your son? Oh, for pity's sake! Why ever would you want to do that? He scorns you! Forget him! And his indulgent father too! We men are bad!

Comment on Sweet Tooth by Cy Quick

Sat, 12 Aug 2006 06:41:07 +0000

Give up. Quit. Walk Away. And spend your life telling other ladies and girls to wise up and distrust men. I, for example, was not grown up until last week. At 65, I am ready to be a good husband, provided someone comes along with a magic wand and makes me 21 again, knowing what I know now. 98% of men are jerks. I wish my mother had never brought candy into the house. With candy and fags there is NO SUCH THING as moderate use. With booze you can be lucky. With cannabis, coca, poppy, cactus, quat and various other age-old happy herbs of the forest and field, moderate use of the unprocessed product can be achieved, and tolerated life-long, doing good in the case of a miserable of grinding poverty.

Comment on Love Never Ending by Cy Hunter-Quick

Tue, 08 Aug 2006 09:12:08 +0000

How amusing! I spelled deceit as 'deceipt' like receipt. Cy

Comment on Love Never Ending by Cy

Sat, 05 Aug 2006 22:02:16 +0000

No, you do not love him. You love the way you felt when you briefly thought you had something wonderful, but it showed itself to be a vile deceipt. You are on the brink of a precipice. Be strong and just say no to what your true instinct tells you is danger and lifelong misery. Do not be weak and follow a host of other victims. The right man is out there. But, what if you did never find him, so what? Loneliness is vastly preferable to hideous slavery! In fact, the chances of your finding the right one are far better than you think. Move amongst the right circles. Move amongst your own kind.

Comment on Feeling Left Out by None

Sat, 15 Jul 2006 13:47:28 +0000

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Comment on Friend or Foe? by martensen

Sun, 02 Jul 2006 14:25:09 +0000


Comment on Feeling Left Out by schutjer

Fri, 23 Jun 2006 05:46:21 +0000

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