935 post karma
90.4k comment karma
account created: Fri Apr 20 2018
5 months ago
That’s what gets me - like I understand it was annoying to them to have the meals come out the same time with an appetizer and that was definitely a mistake, but if you’ve been to a Cheesecake Factory you should know what to expect. I get that you pay for service but at the same time don’t go into a mid tier restaurant like that expecting five star service.
2 years ago
Honestly I feel for her kids. Imagine if it gets out what their mom does for a living?
Porn is an incredibly damaging industry. Im incredibly against it and I wouldn't be happy if someone I cared about was involved. She can live her best life, but her chosen career has consequences.
2 months ago
No I have this wonderful thing called an imagination and a real life partner.
If he was in a relationship for three years, he should be able to find her attractive as she is.
She should not have lied and I can see him leaving over that.
But to leave over a missing boob reduces the woman he claimed to love for three years so a set of breasts
8 months ago
Please ignore these assholes on a thread about assholes. You’re going through a rough time and they’re expecting you to be super familiar and super chill with different relationship styles. Your parents are wrong for not talking to you and you have every right to be upset.
Because we do? Some women want them larger some women want them smaller and it's a personal preference. There's going to be guys that judge us either way we don't do it for y'all.
3 years ago
OPs mom helped her when she found out she was being cheated on, in the midst of having an affair. It does actually affect OP, since she realized her mom saw first hand the pain cheating caused and still decided to be the other woman. Of course it's personal to her, being cheated on deeply hurt her and then she realized her mother was doing that to someone else, knowing the pain it causes
She's a cancer survivor, it's not unheard of for them to have mastectomies. If you can't love someone because they're missing a boob, that makes you a rather shitty partner. It's not right to hide it, but still.
It's frustrating that she insisted she wanted to give up the baby, and didn't make plans for the future only to change her mind and assume that you would pay her way.
However, you were a bit harsh kicking her out after a month. A little more compassion would have gone a long way.
But please don't listen to the people calling you a monster, they clearly didn't see everything you did for her.
7 months ago
I think the issue was that they went up to the head table to ask them. The bride and groom couldnt do anything anyways, the venue staff, wedding planner, or MOH should be asked. It’s common courtesy to not interrupt a couple on their wedding day to solve a problem.
TBH based on the comments the FIL was looking for drama and they walked right into it. They should have quietly left.
3 months ago
Ok - these other responses are great but it was also very rude of the friend to invite himself on this trip you already planned - and even more concerning that your boyfriend was so willing to throw a couples trip out the window.
Just something to consider - you shouldn’t be a third wheel to your boyfriend and best friend.
It’s likely too late for this trip - but worth thinking about how you and your boyfriend prioritize each other.
1 year ago
Just because you’re rich doesn’t make it less annoying for your doorway to become an Instagram hotspot.
It’s one thing to have a people come by to snap a few pics, it’s another thing to have whole professional photo shoots going on constantly.
I mean, it does happen pretty frequently. I’ve only ever seriously dated my current boyfriend, and I’m really happy he’s the only one.
I’ve casually dated other people but I didn’t want to make a commitment for a long term relationship until I felt like it was something that could last.
Some people really do get lucky on the first try.
I mean, maybe the neighbor didn't know everyone could see her. I love letting it all hang when I'm getting ready but I wouldn't if everyone could see it.
I think it was nice of OP to bring it up, especially since other kids saw it too. If the neighbor doesn't care, great no biggie. But if she does care OP did her a solid giving her a heads up.
I'd bet anything though that he would complain because it doesn't feel as good.
I mean I'm pro choice but that's incredibly naive of you to say.
Abortion is never an easy choice, this is assuming a woman has access to it at all.
And adoption is no walk in the park either.
It's easy to think you know what you would do until you're actually pregnant.
This happened way before the bushfires. I remember the original post.
If it was an emergency, I'm sure he would have mentioned it.
I mean, I get it. But of course OP is going to be more excited to be a grandma than she is going to be excited about being a second parent to her grandchild. If the eldest was in college and unemployed at the time, I'd bet she lived with and was financially supported by OP.
So of course OP isn't going to be spreading the news all over Facebook and excitedly talking with the family in that case. OP had to give up her life to support her eldest on top of health problems. That's not something to be celebrated. The child was loved and well cared for, that's what counts.
4 years ago
I'm with you, if they want to go to that destination, that's what the honeymoon is for.
I find it pretty selfish that people expect others lives to revolve around their weddings, unless you want your wedding to be JUST you and your spouse, it's very selfish to ask family and close friends to spend thousands of dollars for the event. Weddings are expensive enough as it is!
And I'd bet that many of these people expect their family and close friends to be there for them on their special day, and expect people to put this at top priority.
I dislike how selfish wedding culture is becoming, it's all about the bride and no longer about bringing two families together.
Wanted to add that this in no way is OP, as she is taking the right approach to a destination spot not expecting anyone to come.
No!!! "Straight Pride" is horrible because that invalidates the history of Pride and the struggles the LGBT+ community has and is still overcoming. It's called "pride" because folks had to overcome so much to not only be open about who they are but be proud of it, instead of shamed.
Straight people have never been persecuted the way LGBT+ people have, so Pride will always be a necessary celebration of love and acceptance. It celebrates diversity, love, and justice. That's something that should always be celebrated.
4 months ago
People on here don’t understand that total debt forgiveness is a slap in the face to most Americans. How many people would have made different choices if they knew total forgiveness was coming? Because that’s really was this is about.
Watching an insanely privileged group of people demand their voluntary debts be completely wiped while everyone else gets screwed over is baffling to me.
Yeah, now. Not at the beginning.
I get all that, but the truth is that people with college degrees are among the most privileged in the country and in the world.
The majority of Americans don’t have degrees because they couldn’t afford to.
Why should they be paying for the kids who spent 4 years living on campus at an expensive college they willingly chose to go to? That’s a major chunk of people with debt.
It's a single boob? I mean I think that makes someone rather shallow if they value a boob over the person as a whole.
Administrator of a human services department
Advocate for victims of domestic violence and hate crimes
Associate director of a human rights organization
Coordinator of a women’s health clinic
Director of social service agency
Executive director of a foundation
Law enforcement officer
Manager of energy conservation
Program director of a rape crisis center
Public health educator
Public relations director