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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. ethanm

    ethanm Senior member

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    I am not that bad but it's just constant discomfort and the burning eyes and headache, oy. It seems to be getting worse each year so there's that to look forward to!
     
  2. donjuan17

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    The same happened recently with my grandmother and I felt Terrible for not feeling bad.
    I was actually the only one who didn't talk to her on her death bed. Everyone else, uncles and even cousins and just everyone spoke and got advice from her, but I was the only prick who didn't take time to call.
     
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  3. StephenHero

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    I haven't seen her for roughly 10-12 years, which is way more than not showing up for the demoralizing swan song at the hospice. In the time since I've seen her, she's actually been sky-diving (at 80 years old or so), so it's not as if she wasn't able to have a part in my life for mental or physical reasons until recently. I always felt fondly for her when I'd see her at a young age. I just kind of accepted at a much earlier age that for whatever reason, my parents weren't particularly keen to make her a big part of my life, which roughly started when my grandpa died. I've heard some vague rumors about all my aunts and uncles fighting after his death over something related to it, but I don't have much will to figure it out. My dad was also paying for her retirement housing the last 3-4 years, which is also really puzzling, because I get the impression he hasn't spoken to her in the time frame, nor is he going to the funeral. Weird or sad, I don't know...
     
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  4. kwilkinson

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    Kinda similar for me SH. My gma died in May. Hadn't really been with "her" in a decade bc of dementia/alzheimers. Not the same as your situation, but a similarly strange feeling upon her death. Are you sad? Sure. But does it really affect any part pf your existence? Nope. And personally i didn't knkw if i should feel bad about, well, not really feeling bad.
     
  5. in stitches

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    but i hear once you get old and your immune system starts to slack off anyways, your allergies back off. yay for that right?
     
  6. Piobaire

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    G, glad the G's are okay. That's scary shit!

    SH, sorry to hear about the GM no matter the surrounding situation.

    I'm just pissed off at the 13 hour workday and no energy to practice guitar before tomorrow's lesson.
     
  7. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    Better one tomorrow, bro.
     
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  8. acidboy

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    glad mrs. g and lower case g are alright. really glad.

    pissing me off today: my new business looks like its gonna fold up by year end. one partner wants to join a much bigger group and wants us to join him albeit be part of the minority. another one is sure not to join so we're gonna dissolve it by december. too bad, we made pretty good headway in the market.
     
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    Sorry to hear that! I was looking forward to you coming over here for a biz trip.
     
  10. JayJay

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    G, glad everyone is ok.

    SH, condolences.
     
  11. Liam O

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    Blah. this forcing myself to do 100 pushups before I eat my breakfast sucks. I better look like the T1000 in like three weeks or I'm a be pissed.
     
  12. indesertum

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    Yeah that's prolly not going to happen
     
  13. donjuan17

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    Do the hundred pull-up challenge!
     
  14. Liam O

    Liam O Senior member

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    Would, unfortunately there's nowhere for a pull up bar here. I used to have one in my room, could knock out 60 in a row (at age 17). I'd be happy if I could get back up to 30, and right now, I doubt I can do 10.

    @indesertum: that's not the only thing I'm doing, I just noticed I was getting a little pudgy around the middle since I started eating normally, and decided I'd rather get more exercise than lower my caloric intake again. 185cm and 65 kilo is NOT okay.
     
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  15. acidboy

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    oh I'm still planning to go there on vacation once the dust has settled. maybe next year.
     
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  16. donjuan17

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    Can't you get the detachable kind on the doorframe? They go for like 35$
     
  17. Find Finn

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    A lot of public parks have mini outside gyms with pull up bars etc., isn't there a metal laundry frame thing in the yard.


    My left hand has been hurting like shit for the last couple months now, went to get it X-rayed and ultra sounded a couple weeks back and then the doctor tells me, oh you need surgery.

    Got a referral and the hospital called last week while my flu was at death con 800, which led to a great conversation, me half a sleep and her asking questions, oh and I need another exam before they can put me on a <8 month waiting list.
     
  18. Kid Nickels

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    Liam I don't get it... at 185 and 65 how could you possibly be pudgy?
     
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  19. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    Skinny fat
     
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