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post #42586 of 69266
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

my wife shares the paranoia of identity theft. she religiously tears the labels off of UPS/FedEx/USPS/ packages and cuts out all the addresses/shreds of catalogues and mail.

I do this for boxes, mostly because I don't bother breaking them down and it easily overstuffs the paper recycling box. I don't want the super to know who the asshole was and then to not bother when I have a water problem or something.
post #42587 of 69266
My building pays some guy to take care of the garbage and such and we get emails from angry tenants in the building about how we all need to break down and tie up all of our cardboard. Fuck that, if I have to do that, fire that guy who we are paying to do it. There service costs the building like $20,000 a year.
post #42588 of 69266
yeah, fuck that. I'm pretty sure my building's super is an "undocumented worker" to the fullest extent. I ran into him the other day and he doesn't speak a lick of english beyond "ok". Thankfully, he understood my spanish and got me the lightbulb I needed.
post #42589 of 69266
indecisive co-workers delaying things i need to get done. harumph.
post #42590 of 69266
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

She is a vegetarian. WTF?!?!?

She doesn't drink coffee. WTF!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?
These are really stupid reasons to hate/dislike someone.
post #42591 of 69266
if she wasn't veg, then eating the fly from the tainted salad suppliers wouldn't have been a problem.
post #42592 of 69266
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Originally Posted by deadly7 View Post

These are really stupid reasons to hate/dislike someone.

 

Individually they are but when considered in the totality of her personality it is acceptable. Fires start with kindling.

post #42593 of 69266
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Originally Posted by RedLantern View Post

Wedding planning BS. My fiance and I have different values with regard to the importance (expense) of weddings. Off the bat I resigned myself to paying much more than I would like and having little to no control over things. One of my few requests was that I be left alone to deal with what I and my groomsmen will wear. Cut to her slowly edging in on what me and my groomsmen will be wearing . . . baldy[1].gif

She seems oblivious to the fact that asking leading questions "what kind of vests will they be wearing", is in fact putting forth her opinion, not merely asking a question. So, SO, so ready to be married.




You think all of those entitlement issues and control issues will go away once you get married? That shit will not be so cute 5 or 10 years from now.
post #42594 of 69266
TO join RedLantern, the wedding planning stages are starting and it is definitely stressful. Fiancée is getting stressed out about it, but it's only about once a week she has one of those overwhelming days and I need to talk her down a little bit. We are set to sign a contract for a venue this week which should alleviate most of it since we will have a solid date/time taken care of.
post #42595 of 69266
I do not miss wedding planning.

My wife did pretty well with it, but there were definitely days where you had to just talk her down cause she was about to pull her hair out.
post #42596 of 69266
Never been married, but I don't see why people spend so much money and time on it. If you're going into debt or reaching heavily into savings for a wedding there's something wrong. I especially don't understand how otherwise business-savvy people get dragged into the hokum and graft of it all.
post #42597 of 69266

I'm wearing a Cappelli tie for the 2nd time today.

 

1st time I spilled lobster bisque on it. Today I spilled pho on it.

 

The universe does not want me to have this tie, apparently.

post #42598 of 69266
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Originally Posted by why View Post

Never been married, but I don't see why people spend so much money and time on it. If you're going into debt or reaching heavily into savings for a wedding there's something wrong. I especially don't understand how otherwise business-savvy people get dragged into the hokum and graft of it all.

i agree on the debt part.

business-savvy people become associated with the US wedding industry since they realize they can take and otherwise basic service, re-brand it for weddings, and then charge 4X the price.
post #42599 of 69266
ugh. today keeps getting better. somehow my wifes office effed up their direct deposit system and she has not been paid. trying to sort it out.
post #42600 of 69266
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Originally Posted by deadly7 View Post

These are really stupid reasons to hate/dislike someone.

Oh, fuck you.
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