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ketchup, gross
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A girl at my gym mentioned today, that she had spotted my mother, dog and I in downtown on saturday and I had the cutest dog she had ever seen. biggrin.gif
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Looks like I'm going to North Carolina on Friday.
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ketchup, gross

you dont like catsup with your hash browns? puzzled.gif
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Ketchup is fucking gross
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hashbrowns and catsup is an abomination. For fries, I like a good tomata sauce
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hashbrowns and catsup is an abomination.

this is patently incorrect.
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in almost every family there is this one person that's a black hole that sucks everything that's good, positive and that brings happiness; and manipulates it into a self-centered, twisted, corrupted heap of crap which he/she revels in and thinks that everyone should be sympathetic to his/her convoluted way of thinking, and then if you yourself get sucked in he/she will try to turn you into something like him/her- a pathetic shell of a human being devoid of genuine love and care except for one's self. an emotional parasite, that leaves a toxic atmosphere everywhere he/she spews his vitriol and negativity. and then they are in constant denial on why everyone around avoid him/her, making himself/herself believe that everyone else in the world except him/her are fucked up and beneath him/her. I wish I wasn't around these people in my family so much. they are sucking the life out of me.
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in almost every family there is this one person that's a black hole that sucks everything that's good, positive and that brings happiness; and manipulates it into a self-centered, twisted, corrupted heap of crap which he/she revels in and thinks that everyone should be sympathetic to his/her convoluted way of thinking, and then if you yourself get sucked in he/she will try to turn you into something like him/her- a pathetic shell of a human being devoid of genuine love and care except for one's self. an emotional parasite, that leaves a toxic atmosphere everywhere he/she spews his vitriol and negativity. and then they are in constant denial on why everyone around avoid him/her, making himself/herself believe that everyone else in the world except him/her are fucked up and beneath him/her. I wish I wasn't around these people in my family so much. they are sucking the life out of me.

I have decided to stop talking to my Dad about 15 years ago after years of hurt and disapoointment.

It was the best decision I have made in my life..

I do sometimes miss him because he always will be my Dad but I have protected myself from so much pain.

He is now 82 and I know i must travel down to see him but it is still an emotional no man's land after so many years.

You have to protect yourself and be selfish..

Some relationships are toxic and must be avoided at any cost even if some family pride can be scorned..
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^ thanks mate... it also occurred to me I posted in the wrong thread. oops!
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

in almost every family there is this one person that's a black hole that sucks everything that's good, positive and that brings happiness; and manipulates it into a self-centered, twisted, corrupted heap of crap which he/she revels in and thinks that everyone should be sympathetic to his/her convoluted way of thinking, and then if you yourself get sucked in he/she will try to turn you into something like him/her- a pathetic shell of a human being devoid of genuine love and care except for one's self. an emotional parasite, that leaves a toxic atmosphere everywhere he/she spews his vitriol and negativity. and then they are in constant denial on why everyone around avoid him/her, making himself/herself believe that everyone else in the world except him/her are fucked up and beneath him/her. I wish I wasn't around these people in my family so much. they are sucking the life out of me.

there's also the opposite of that... the one weird superfriend/cousin that corals anyone (even huge groups of people) into having fun and letting loose. You always say to yourself "damn I love him/her!" when you're finally on your way home.

we got to hang out with that friend this weekend. the guy ended up missing his flight on friday to Portland Maine (because of a delay in his connecting flight) so he re-routed from Boston and drove 2hours to Portland, ME in miserable weather in the middle of the night anyway. You could feel the void of fun and relaxation about 30seconds after he left.

I had a great weekend. Ate too much lobster, taught a young brother and sister how to eat lobster, did a little shopping in Freeport, went to Acadia National Park on Sunday and the weather actually cleared up for a bit, took my dogs to an epic dog park, and actually got some good sleep too. Damn I love Maine.... the wife and I are really considering moving to the area permanently.
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I had a great weekend. Ate too much lobster, taught a young brother and sister how to eat lobster, did a little shopping in Freeport, went to Acadia National Park on Sunday and the weather actually cleared up for a bit, took my dogs to an epic dog park, and actually got some good sleep too. Damn I love Maine.... the wife and I are really considering moving to the area permanently.

Love Maine. Love their little jetport. I had a friend who used to live in Augusta so he'd drive us to Freeport and we'd spend the day there just shopping the outlets. And though they've seen bigger outlets, my sister and parents would understandably go crazy whenever they get a chance to drop by.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Love Maine. Love their little jetport. I had a friend who used to live in Augusta so he'd drive us to Freeport and we'd spend the day there just shopping the outlets. And though they've seen bigger outlets, my sister and parents would understandably go crazy whenever they get a chance to drop by.

the wife and I did some serious contemplating about moving to Portland, she had a couple interviews set up and we were looking around at houses - but we started convincing ourselves that we'd rather live in brooklyn. its not like the weather in NYC is any better than maine. we could always just have an SUV to get around in the winter. The southern eastern states are awesome, but I actually like winter and snow and 4 seasons.
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Had my 13 year anniversary yesterday and my youngest son (of 3 kids) turns 6 today. It's a lot of work raising 3 kids that are a total of 3.5 years apart in age, and we got married at age 22 which was tough at times as well, but this stage (kids of elementary school age) is awesome. Spending the weekend with the family swimming and playing laser tag and watching baseball just had me thinking how lucky I am to be blessed in this area of my life. I'm on the gravy train with biscuit wheels.
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