08-15-2003, 06:47 PM #1031
Don't look at me. I always feel lucky I found a woman willing to marry me.
Originally Posted by mrpayroll
08-15-2003, 07:00 PM #1032
OMFG! I almost spit up my water!!
Originally Posted by boredouttamind
08-15-2003, 07:01 PM #1033
I used to host a web site for my cat "gustibus" who did an advice column.
Here's an example:
Lately I've been thinking more seriously about having a baby, which has always been very important to me. I just turned 29 and am in a committed relationship, although we are not married yet.
I'm worried that my time may be running short to become a mother. I don't want to be too old To keep up with my children. I know that you hear all the time about women that have children at all ages, but what do you think that age should be, regardless of what is medically possible.
Signed Desparate Ovary Gain.
You are too neurotic to have children... Can I suggest that you indulge a cat?
08-15-2003, 07:12 PM #1034
Here's another from the furry one's column:
I still have some of my exes possessions. Our relationship ended badly and I'm not sure how to return these things. The guy is someone I should not have any close relationship (we WONT) be 'friends'), yet I'd like to change the anger we both felt at the end into acceptance and peace. I could mail his things to him, but that wouldn't help towards healing. If I delivered his stuff in person, it would perhaps look like a repetition of our pattern wheerein he could do almost any mean thing to me and eventually i would return to him. Should I try it again or let it go.
Signed: Tired of the Other
Don't be a dodo. Leave the dog. I might suggest a nice bonfire for his stuff.
08-15-2003, 07:15 PM #1035
No one should feel obligated to return gifts to an ex.
08-15-2003, 07:16 PM #1036
08-15-2003, 07:29 PM #1037
I am confused. I have been through four bad marriages and wound up in domestic abuse shelters because all my husbands verbally and physically attacked me.
Six months ago, I met "Mike," and we moved in together. He is very kind, gentle and loving most of the time, but sometimes Mike gets into these moods and makes me feel awful. He'll compare me to his former girlfriends and say I can't do anything right. He also makes fun of the fact that I am seeing a psychiatrist, a therapist and taking medication. He says it proves that I am crazy!
Mike won't get help for himself even though I know he needs it, so I have started sneaking antidepressants in with his daily vitamins. It has made some difference in his mood. I know I shouldn't do it, but I am desperate. Any advice? -- LOOKING FOR LOVE
Get rid of the jerk, stop feeding him drugs and get your life in order. Maybe you need a dog. Don't date anyone until you do all four.
08-15-2003, 07:35 PM #1038
That's good advice
Originally Posted by senrik
08-15-2003, 07:40 PM #1039
My cat gives GREAT advice.... my wife and I always go to him. (i'm sure someone thinks I'm kidding)
Originally Posted by dvm
08-15-2003, 07:41 PM #1040
Nerds Just Wanna Have Fun
Wow, a smart cat. Thank goodness you didn't say a smart dog, because that's usually an oxymoron.
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