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#52 May 22 2012 at 4:07 PM Rating: Good
If that's the issue, she needs to stop making it about those other women and start making it about the ex-boyfriend. People cheat because they're @#%^s and/or because they can't communicate their needs. It had nothing to do with her, she needs to stop being so insecure.
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#53 May 22 2012 at 4:25 PM Rating: Good
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It had nothing to do with her, she needs to stop being so insecure.
Easier said than done.
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#54 May 22 2012 at 5:40 PM Rating: Good
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It had nothing to do with her, she needs to stop being so insecure.
Easier said than done.


Seriously. My cousin is having this problem and it tears me up. She's such a sweet, smart, pretty chick, but just about every by she's been with has royally screwed her over and I can tell its hit her self esteem really hard.
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#55 May 22 2012 at 6:07 PM Rating: Good
Okay, that's fair. I forgot that I went through a period of a couple years where my self worth was valued on what guys thought of me. That's rough. The only thing I can suggest is to help her get involved in things that interest her and see if that helps. I really wish society didn't make us think that our value is centered on what kind of guy we can get our hands on. Self evaluation helps too. Trying to figure out what all those guys had in common, and try and avoid those types of guys in the future.
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#56 May 22 2012 at 6:40 PM Rating: Excellent
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Well, she lives in Michigan and I live in Hawaii. Not much I can do to help her unfortunately. Except keep reminding her that she's @#%^ing awesome and she doesn't need that trash in her life to begin with.
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#57 May 23 2012 at 4:12 AM Rating: Excellent
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Okay, that's fair. I forgot that I went through a period of a couple years where my self worth was valued on what guys thought of me.


I'm glad to hear your ability to sympathise depends wholly on having experienced exactly the same thing yourself.
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#59 May 23 2012 at 8:46 PM Rating: Excellent
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Um Names....

We have talked about it a little. Husband man hates every name I like so the other day I asked him if there were any names out there he did like and he came up with Amelia. I hated it at first but the more I play around with it I'm actually starting to like it alot. I think we could call her Mia for short.

As for boys, I'm finding this much harder to find things we like but will probably go with a family name.
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#60 May 23 2012 at 8:49 PM Rating: Good
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Congo-rats! FYI: the closer to Christmas you deliver, the more your child will resent you. As most people are cheap and will either combine birthday and Christmas items, or skip out one or the other. And usually Jesus's birthday wins over yours.

Take it from a December 19th baby Smiley: bah
My brother's bday is December 19th and mine's Jan 5th. My parents always went out of their way to make our birthdays special. Most of my family, as a result, treated Christmas and birthdays as completely separate and very distinct things. You just had sh*tty parents.


Husband and I have already discussed this and we will not let this happen. Our child will have a Birthday and a Christmas Day. I won't be having any of that "This is your birthday and your Christmas Present" Bullsh*t.
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#61 May 23 2012 at 9:43 PM Rating: Good
I love that name, but I might be biased since that's what my mage's name was for a good three years or so. Smiley: grin
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#62 May 23 2012 at 10:16 PM Rating: Good
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My brother's birthday is the day before Christmas day; I just don't usually have the cash (or luggage allowance) to get an extra present in December... Smiley: frown
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#63 May 24 2012 at 7:59 AM Rating: Good
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My birthday is December 2 and my family never pulled any of that combo present BS on me. Although I did use it to my advantage once when I wanted something that was more expensive than my parents would usually spring for for my birthday. I told them to give it to me and it would be my birthday and Christmas present.

Of course when Christmas came around, I still got some nice gifts from them. Score!
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#64 May 24 2012 at 11:04 AM Rating: Good
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Husband and I have already discussed this and we will not let this happen. Our child will have a Birthday and a Christmas Day. I won't be having any of that "This is your birthday and your Christmas Present" Bullsh*t.
If the present is a multi-hundred dollar game system combo(complete with a game or two), your kid may not care if you occasionally combine the gifts. Just let them open it on the earlier one.
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Husband and I have already discussed this and we will not let this happen. Our child will have a Birthday and a Christmas Day. I won't be having any of that "This is your birthday and your Christmas Present" Bullsh*t.
If the present is a multi-hundred dollar game system combo(complete with a game or two), your kid may not care if you occasionally combine the gifts. Just let them open it on the earlier one.
Separating the days becomes less of an issue as the children get older as typically, their "wants" go up in price and they're happy to combine things if it means they actually get what they really wanted. At a young age, making birthdays special is where it counts.
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#66 May 25 2012 at 9:15 AM Rating: Good
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As for boys, I'm finding this much harder to find things we like but will probably go with a family name.


If it's a boy, name him Adam.
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#67 May 25 2012 at 3:44 PM Rating: Good
That name is too common. Then again, I grew up having one or two other Kristins (with spelling variations) in my class, so I am bound and determined to give my kids uncommon names. Just my Smiley: twocents
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#68 May 25 2012 at 5:09 PM Rating: Good
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I'm sure whatever you choose will get him teased at school.
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#69 May 25 2012 at 5:13 PM Rating: Good
He or she is probably going to get teased at school anyways... I got teased and my boyfriend both got teased, so it's just going to be in their genes. Besides, I didn't say I was going to give them a weird name, just an uncommon name. It's not like I'm going to name my kid Moon Unit or something. Actually, my favorite name for a boy is Brennan. Different, but still relatively normal sounding.
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#70 May 25 2012 at 6:54 PM Rating: Excellent
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Thank you Belki, you said exactly what I was going to say... You don't even have to phrase it as jealousy but that you should be able to have friends and you want her to be a part of that too... But to be honest. even if her last bf cheated on her, kwoobie married her and is raising their child. You have to grow and accept those who love you.
#71 May 26 2012 at 12:20 AM Rating: Good
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.
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#72 May 26 2012 at 1:37 AM Rating: Good
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.
You can always just skip the middle name. Smiley: tongue
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Belkira wrote:
Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.
You can always just skip the middle name. Smiley: tongue


Is that what Ulysses S. Grant's parents did?
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#74 May 26 2012 at 7:36 AM Rating: Good
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.


That's something that bugs me too. I hate it when people's middle name doesn't flow with their first name. It also bugs me when people use generic middle names too. My best friend growing up, her name was Sarah Ann. I mean really, how boring is that? Would it kill people to get a little creative?
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#75 May 26 2012 at 7:57 AM Rating: Good
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I have three middle names (my three most recent female ancestors). Two of them are polytheistic, each in a different language and it just doesn't work. As soon as I'm able I'm just gonna get a full Hindustani/Arabic name. And then deal with the drama with my parents.

I think my whole name was actually born out of random drama.


Also, Amelia is very nice, yes. Just watch out that her initials don't spell out something silly, that's always a concern with vowels!
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.


That's something that bugs me too. I hate it when people's middle name doesn't flow with their first name. It also bugs me when people use generic middle names too. My best friend growing up, her name was Sarah Ann. I mean really, how boring is that? Would it kill people to get a little creative?


The closest a name gets to exciting is ridiculous.
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Today I stuck it to the man. I had no intention of buying a crib when I went in to walmart. Wanted to show husband man this one I had looked at and when we went back to look they have like 5 of the cribs I liked for $159 and one that they had mispriced at just $59 so guess what... we bought a $60 crib. I felt a little bad but then I got over it real quick... Saved over 100 after taxes.

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I'm surprised you got away with the discount due to a mislabeling, but grats on the purchase!

Customers have a right to purchase a ware at the displayed price here, but a certain amount of bonus pater applies, and as such, if it's clearly a mislabel (i.e. similar wares around it are labeled at another price), the seller can refuse to sell the ware at the mislabeled price. This is to prevent the customer from intentionally mislabeling a product in order to receive a discount.

When I worked in retail, we had a price sign for bananas hanging over a "spot sale" pallet full of electronic hardware. Due to the fabulous secret powers of the retail gods (mischievous bunch), the banana sign fell down and landed on the pallet with the electronic hardware. I am no hater, but I swear that within a minute of the sign dropping, a dozen Roma appeared and wanted to purchase various Blu-ray players for ~$2 each.

That's why the above exemption exists.

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#79 May 27 2012 at 2:40 AM Rating: Good
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.


That's something that bugs me too. I hate it when people's middle name doesn't flow with their first name. It also bugs me when people use generic middle names too. My best friend growing up, her name was Sarah Ann. I mean really, how boring is that? Would it kill people to get a little creative?


The closest a name gets to exciting is ridiculous.


Well I'm not saying you have to make a name exciting. I just don't like boring names. I like it when people show creativity, especially if they manage it without being weird.
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Tofu, I think Amelia is a very pretty name. Smiley: smile

My friends have found that the middle name, and getting it to jive with the first name, has been more of a challenge.


That's something that bugs me too. I hate it when people's middle name doesn't flow with their first name. It also bugs me when people use generic middle names too. My best friend growing up, her name was Sarah Ann. I mean really, how boring is that? Would it kill people to get a little creative?


The closest a name gets to exciting is ridiculous.


Well I'm not saying you have to make a name exciting. I just don't like boring names. I like it when people show creativity, especially if they manage it without being weird.



Creativity with child naming is an art few should dabble in. No lie, I was watching a news bit the other night after the ball game and they were interviewing a bystander named Juwauna Johnson. I'll assume no further elaboration is necessary.

Edit: Much to my dismay, I just realized that is apparently a common name in *cough* some circles *cough*.

https://www.facebook.com/search/results.php?q=Juwauna+Johnson&init=public

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I actually messed up my attendant's name last night by using the Bengali pronunciation (which is very different).

I think it's kind of easier with Muslim names. I don't know.
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I got my middle name from my mom. Mom and dad couldn't decide on a name (one wanted Peter the other wanted Martin), so I got one as my first name and the other as my middle name. It's just a middle name, though, so I don't use it all that much, and it's not supposed to be hyphenated to my first name in anyway, though teachers throughout the years have had a hard time understanding that.

I don't mind boring names, to be honest. Being called Bob (which is just short for Robert) is, in my opinion, better than Christophpher-Alexxander William Michael Smith III.
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#83 May 27 2012 at 11:49 AM Rating: Good
I guess I just have a thing for Irish names. Some of the more unique ones are rarely used, and they're unique enough without sounding too weird.
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I got my middle name from my mom. Mom and dad couldn't decide on a name (one wanted Peter the other wanted Martin), so I got one as my first name and the other as my middle name. It's just a middle name, though, so I don't use it all that much, and it's not supposed to be hyphenated to my first name in anyway, though teachers throughout the years have had a hard time understanding that.

I don't mind boring names, to be honest. Being called Bob (which is just short for Robert) is, in my opinion, better than Christophpher-Alexxander William Michael Smith III.


I used to know a boy named Wolf Alfonso. What. That name isn't normal in Germany, either. His sisters had ever so slightly more normal names. They were (fallen) royalty, to be fair, but still.

Also had a Friedrich Wilhelm (Frederick William?) and Jan Moritz (we used to call him Jean Maurice) at school. And a few other curious ones.


As for my middle names, it's my mum's name, then my maternal grandmother's name, then my paternal grandmother's. My parents fought over it a lot and this was their compromise.
This is also much easier to explain in Urdu as there are actual words for most family relations (ammi, naani, daadi in this case). Everyone should speak basic Urdu, Urdish is the most efficient language ever!
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