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Got locked out of my social media account. Been wandering the internet aimlessly. Got more work done. I honestly think my life is better without it. I was so badly addicted to Twitter. Glad to be free.

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  • People actually somehow getting an addiction over twitter. Pathetic. *Drops acid* Aw yeeeeaaaaaahhhhh

  • I had a bad Twitter addiction too. I obsessed over not wanting to miss any posts.

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I like donuts. Homer Simpson and I would have a donut club, or at least our own donut shop. 😊 (In the land of make believe)

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Whenever I find a hair in my food I take it out and keep eating. There’s so much more worse shit I don’t know about that could be in my food that I really don’t care about a single strand of hair.

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  • Same. It's just a hair

  • I don't care if it's my hair or my mom's or friend's, but if it happens at a restaurant or some place similar then I just wonder if it was a total accident or if the hair is a result of general poor hygiene and then I can't eat it. After someone in my school found a literal toe- or large finger-nail clipping in their food (hairs were in there so often that it wasn't a surprise anymore), it's a major read flag for me.

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My boyfriend's dad owns and is boss of a relatively small company. He inherited it from his father, and when he retires, my boyfriend is supposed to become the boss. All his plans are aiming at that; he doesn't have a plan B, he is looking forward to it. He also made some career decisions that were smart for this particular goal, but quite stupid if he ever planned working as an employee somewhere else. And here's where my confession starts. I don't think he's going to manage it. He simply isn't smart enough to lead a company. And I don't mean that in an insulting way, it's just that there are different kinds of intelligence, and he's talented in a lot of ways, but running a business is simply not at all what he's good at, and I don't think he ever will be. He just lacks the qualities that you need to have in order to be a successful boss. One of which is knowing when it's better to quit, and I'm very afraid for his, but also ours and as a result my own future. I haven't told him how I think about this because I hope that I'm either wrong or, if I'm not, he'll realize it himself one day. I'm not sure what to do if neither happens. I want to be a good partner for him, and I'm not sure whether that means always being supportive or being honest.

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  • This happened to my ex. He told me he would make 100,000 a year in his family business and never went to college. I told him to take general courses as a back up at the community college and have it as a business expense write off. Instead he drank like a fish and cheated on me while I attended college. These days, he works for them but even though he is living in a more expensive apartment building, I don't think he's making half of what he told me he would or else he would've bought a house and his wife wouldn't be looking to earn extra money and apartment hunting so much. Maybe they're trying to save money or give it to charity, but I seriously doubt it. If I were you I would ask him what would happen if the business flops or we go through another recession, what are his fall back ideas?

  • Don't tell him he can't do it. Give it time. Being a good boss takes experience and practice. No one is good right off the bat, you live and learn. If he asks you, tell him the truth and say you're not sure if it's a good job for him (don't make it about him not being good enough). But don't just bring it up out of the blue, he'll lose his self confidence and be really hurt by your lack of faith in him.

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I think Gilette's ad is good and that men who are offended by it are either just offended because they got the message wrong or, which I think is the case quite often, because they themselves actually do a lot of "toxic" things. And I think that, if genders were reversed and the ad was from Venus, men suddenly wouldn't have a problem with the whole thing anymore and would instead agree with the ad.

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  • I'd be interested to see an add by Venus about women who make false rape claims, stab each other in the back, lie to get custody or lie to a man to get child support on kids that aren't his. That (while valid) would be pretty insulting. I doubt they would DARE air it. It's not offensive. It's just whiney, dated, and preachy.

  • In my eyes it delivers an important message in the very wrong way. The scene i have in mind right now is the ones where some dudes simply want to approach women, i mean they sound like douchebags, but approaching a girl isnt wrong. bothering her when she wants to be left alone is wrong. The other thing is that they try to make it seem like only boys bully boys. Which too, tackles the problem of bullying in a completely wrong way. Discimination comes from both sites, especially when it comes to young people. When i think back to my school days, it was mostly girls who told me my long hair isnt manly. On top of that we had a dude in our class who entirely looked like a girl, and they werent that nice to him either. I could go into more detail about every mistake this ad made, but yall should keep in mind that this is a fucking ad for hair removal. they want to make money from conflict.

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Why almost relationship is hard to forget?

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I have to let go a person that never been mine.

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  • friendly reminder that slave trade still is illegal in most countries.

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I fell in love with a guy, at first it was only a crush and I thought it wouldn't last long. But now he is constantly on my mind and I can't think of anything else than him being next to me, or him kissing me. It wouldn't be that bad to love him if he wasn't gay and had a boyfriend. And this isn't the only problem. I got into a relationship now, with a guy I am like only physically attracted to. I feel a really painfull sting everytime I think about the guy I really love.

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  • Are you a Nevwrsingle? Why the are you tied down to Mr. Right Now? If you don't like him, keep looking. A good man is not gonna try to, "win you away from him." Neither of them are for you.

  • I know it doesn't seem like it now, but your feelings for this guy will fade. They have to. You can never be with someone who isn't attracted to you. That said, if you're unhappy with your own relationship, don't stay in it. Don't be with someone you don't love just because they're hot.

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I’m not an alcoholic. I talk to my man about his drinking all the time. But when I feel very alone which is often I drink and smoke until I fall asleep. otherwise I get panic attacks.

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  • If I tell you that I'm not a heroin addict, but take heroin when I feel a certain way every other day because I can't without it, would you advise me to get help? Probably. You might not be an every-day-drinker alcoholic, but what you're doing is not healthy and you deserve to be able to cope without it.

  • And that's how it starts....

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I bought an android a few months back to replace my old iPhone 6s and to be honest, worst decision i ever made. It was on black friday, so i didnt spend a fortune, but it still sucks. The camera is (suprise) whack, it doesnt even run smoother than my old phone which is a pretty sad thing if you think about it. The only uprgade i have is the screen because OLED really does look pretty. I have a Pixel 3 but as soon as i get to my new job that thing goes straight to the trash. First i thought it was my mistake for choosing the pixel (which apperently has the best AI Camera on the market rn) but the new Samsung my friend has is just as useless.

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  • I think the Android/IPhone debate is useless. It's all a question of both what you're used to and what you personally need. If you need an overpriced status symbol then so be it. If you don't care about a shitty camera then so be it. I'm a little sick of all people on both sides who feel superior for using their phone.

  • I feel the same way... but reversed. I didn't make the mistake of buying an iPhone, but any time I end up using my sister's, for literally anything- taking photos, texting, etc.- I despise it. I hate the layout, I hate the lack of control on the camera (most androids have a 'manual' mode that lets you take really good pictures in low light). I just don't understand the hype, especially when you mix in all of the frustrations that come with trying to change settings or use the iPhone with a Windows computer.

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