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post #90601 of 109053
Do that immediately
post #90602 of 109053
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

I have a few pairs of shorts I like, but I still mostly wear jeans. Other than that, it's just tees (of which I have plenty) or linen shirts, and Chucks or wingtips. Pretty easy.

Didn't wear short for like 10 years, so I have one pair of Folk short and they are about to die, so need some new ones.


The legs on shorts are 9 times out of 10 weird at best.
post #90603 of 109053
Next level is to do like artist Noortje de Keijzer and knit a boyfriend.

post #90604 of 109053
I would have guessed real doll.
post #90605 of 109053
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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post

this is why i only date pillows now

2-D luv 4 life! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

My brother gave my girlfriend this as a holiday present:



She has no particular interest in or opinion about Nicholas Cage, although she was less enthusiastic about watching Wild at Heart than I was.

On a more relevant topic, can anyone tell me why this formula isn't working (in Excel)?

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(C2,All!$C$2:$D$41790,2,FALSE),"no")

Column C (reference table) in the active spreadsheet is a list of ZIP Codes in text format. Column C in the spreadsheet 'All' (another tab in the same workbook) also contains ZIP Codes in text format. The formula is supposed to return the value from column D in the spreadsheet 'All' for every record where there's a match and return the text 'no' if there's no match.

Searching for a couple of ZIP Codes from column C of the active spreadsheet in the spreadsheet 'All', I can see that there are matches, but all of the records are returning 'no' instead of the value from column D.
post #90606 of 109053

You can't not have an opinion on Nick Cage.

 

post #90607 of 109053
I read Judith Butler and that crowd. Does that count
post #90608 of 109053
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Warning: Excel vlookup formula question! (Click to show)

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(C2,All!$C$2:$D$41790,2,FALSE),"no")

Column C (reference table) in the active spreadsheet is a list of ZIP Codes in text format. Column C in the spreadsheet 'All' (another tab in the same workbook) also contains ZIP Codes in text format. The formula is supposed to return the value from column D in the spreadsheet 'All' for every record where there's a match and return the text 'no' if there's no match.

Searching for a couple of ZIP Codes from column C of the active spreadsheet in the spreadsheet 'All', I can see that there are matches, but all of the records are returning 'no' instead of the value from column D.

I just figured out that I can reverse the vlookup - starting with column C in the 'All' spreadsheet as the reference table and column C in the other spreadsheet as the lookup table, and for whatever reason it works. I have no clue why it works in one direction but not the other, but I guess it's kind of irrelevant at this point.
post #90609 of 109053
great post who - thanks for wording it out
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Late to the party, but I think breaking up by email or text can be a good thing. It's less messy, belligerent, and lets people deal with their ugly knee-jerk emotions in private. Depending on the nature of the email, the possibility of contact and communication is still open, sometime down the road, should either party NEED to air their grievences / receive verbal closure face-to-face.

 

To take a Gladwellian turn, if the email is short, vague, or in some way shitty, it's likely the new ex is contemptuous towards you. If they treat you with contempt now, they will forever; people rarely change that much. You're better off without that person in your life.  

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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

Wish I knew bro, I'm completely dumbstruck and clueless. We just had what by all outward appearances was an incredible weekend, to the point that internally my switch flipped from loving her to seriously envisioning the rest of my life with her. Yesterday she was gushing about how great the weekend was and how much she was looking forward to our vacation, and then tonight the email. I'm paraphrasing, but essentially her explanation is that although she loves me, she's always believed that she would have an unshakable "feeling of rightness" about the person she's supposed to be with and she doesn't feel that with me. frown.gifpuzzled.gif

e: She literally just said "you make my knees weak and my heart flutter, but there is just something missing for me." plain.gif

She sounds like a narcissist, you're probably better off without her.

I hope you feel better soon.
post #90612 of 109053
meh
post #90613 of 109053
Just went back and read @thewho13's whole post. fing02[1].gif
post #90614 of 109053

can anyone ID this Ann D. jacket for me? 

 

Is the material actually 100% cotton like the description says?

 

http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/modescape/item/46335/

post #90615 of 109053
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Originally Posted by dwyhajlo View Post

She sounds like a narcissist, you're probably better off without her.

I hope you feel better soon.

I have no idea what she is/sounds like or how deeply fucked she is and how he like totally dodged the bullet cause, you know, chicks that do x are craaaaaaazzzzyyyy or how he should proceed from reading a few second-hand posts on styleforum and I have a psych doc from Hamburger University (tm). There are all kinds of reasons why she might have left him or didn't have the courage to face him at this point. The only course of action that I'd pursue is to meet her face to face and get a feel for what is going on then go for broke.
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