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Re: “Deal Breaker

LMAO @ Ho!s - well done! Sorry folks but I'm one of those "not on the first date" types.....not even 2nd, 3rd or 4th. A few weeks....perhaps. By that time you're fairly comfortable discussing likes/dislikes in the sack. For those one-nighters...sorry, but if your plan is to get down and dirty right away, be selfish! If you go all in and give a guy some head and get nothing in return, it's your fault!

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 09/13/2014 at 11:20 AM

Re: “Deal Breaker

Didn't you have "the conversation" about likes and dislikes first? Would've saved you the trouble. I suspect that 1) he doesn't enjoy it, 2) his last girlfriend didn't so he assumes you don't like it or (the most logical reasoning for this) 3) he's in it for him and him only. Of course there's always 4) odour?

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 09/11/2014 at 11:06 PM

Re: “Please stop asking for scoops of Napoleon

I keep it simple. It was always "3 Flavour" growing up :P

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 09/11/2014 at 11:02 PM

Re: “Hypocrisy at its best

No CFCs? I found a link to the MSDS for a brand sold locally at Home Depot:
So I guess Acetone, Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Naptha are ok for the environment? We use enough as it is....a little more won't hurt right? CFCs aren't the only things to be concerned about. I saw that news story too. I found it funny, yet disturbing at the same time. People just don't get it!

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 04/02/2014 at 8:13 PM

Re: “CHANGE, for a change

LOL, I thought the same thing last night, Batshit! Same thing only different. OB, I do feel that your friend likely wants the change but doesn't have the courage or strength (or even positive support) to help take that step to making the change. Sometimes people tell close friends and family because 1) they want the support and 2) they have to tell someone to keep themselves accountable. These are all steps that need to be taken throughout the process of change. Be a good friend, use positive reinforcement and encouragement. You can't do it for them but you can be supportive and stay positive. The last thing they need is to hear criticism.

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 10/04/2013 at 7:14 PM

Re: “CHANGE, for a change

Remove yourself from this situation, OB. It will only drag you down. You sound like a "fixer". You can't force change on someone who doesn't have the desire to change....this is near impossible. They have to be hungry for it. Before I even read your Einstein quote I already had it in my head. One of my favs. Too bad for your friend, if you're talking about one particular person. They will realize things on their own someday....whether you decide to be there or not.

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 10/04/2013 at 12:13 AM

Re: “Customer thinks I'm "Too Happy"

Perhaps the happiness was mistaken for foolishness? I have no doubt that you're a friendly and happy person, OB. I have tons of patience when I am in service-related situations. Having said that, if I visit the local sandwich shop for my lunch break, time is of the essence. If employees making my lunch are laughing and carrying on, to me that would appear they are wasting time and not taking their jobs (and time limits), seriously. I commend you for your great service and I hope this was legit...that you were being friendly and happy and loving your job, and not being silly, joking around, and wasting time.....the customer's time, other customers' (in-line waiting) times, and your boss's time.

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Posted by heather_ann01 on 10/04/2013 at 12:07 AM

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