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MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 1 replies
Oh, I wasn't saying you should have apologised. The way he attacked you naturally put you on the defensive. I just meant that it's the way things go - if you don't apologise, and you blame him in return, then he will get…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 3 replies
Doesn't seem so strange to me. People do sometimes get angry in their cars, if someone knocks their car, and particularly in disabled spots, if they suspect someone is not disabled and is taking a spot when they shouldn'…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Check it out. Chloe Moretz does an amazing job.
Yes, I think I will, as people are saying positive things. I want to see the Swedish one first though.

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Aside from the following of the rules to the letter don't you feel the rules are open to interpretation?
Language is ambiguous at the best of times, so always relies on contextual understand…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 4 replies
My point, rightly or wrongly in either a court of law or just plain morally is: if you are at work and you send or receive a 'joke' (and what is offensive differs from one person to another) who can: a) De…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 2 replies
No, I haven't seen it. I've heard the Swedish version is way better, so I've been planning to see that sometime, but I've had no plans to see the remake.

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
With forwards of joke emails, sometimes there is some kind of coding in them which circulates the recipient email addresses to spammers. So I can see how a workplace would want to avoid those, and maybe want to know whic…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Also, thinking about it, if I were her therapist, I'd be delighted on her behalf, because it's a concrete sign for her that life is getting back to normal, that she's well enough for her husband not to be having to sit w…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 2 replies
Not just because of the greater good, but also for the good of the relationship. So many relationships fall apart after a traumatic brain injury, because of the emotional stress and intensity, and the personality changes…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 1 replies
It's great, but when I underline parts, then sometimes the kindle freezes for a few minutes. Anyone else have this problem?

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
I observe in any workplace there are the official rules and then the unofficial rules. No one actually states the unofficial rules explicitly - you have to observe and read between the lines of what people say in order t…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
All I have to do is put one post here and about 20 women are now coming alive ; rofl , keep at it gals.
Yes, indeed, we remain dead until you come here to post. And then we magically come al…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
I don't get the fuss either, but then I feel that way about all celebrities in general, not just Oprah. I don't watch TV, so I don't get bombarded. I have certain TV shows that I like and I watch them on the internet.

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
I have listed what I dislike about these 1000postwomen
I am curious why you care so much about these women whom you don't even know. They are strangers to you - why should you get so emotiona…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Maybe the top management should delete you, banyantree, as the site seems to be causing you much distress - which is indeed a royal pity!

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Sending vibes and prayers for your MIL and you and your family, MissTree

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
I have read that book just last year and contacted Norman Doidge to let him know my thoughts. He replied immediately telling me that what I've done with my life is exactly what he was talking about; and he wa…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 2 replies
Mozette, you might find interesting a book called 'The brain that changes itself' by Norman Doidge. I'm reading this at the moment and it's fascinating - all kinds of examples of people with neurological disorders and di…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago | 1 replies
I never seem to encounter anyone else like me though. :( So often those two seem to go together, but they don't with me at all. YO, BOOKCROSSERS! Are any others of you atrocious with numbers, but great …

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Tea pigs is another good UK brand, and they do some more unusual types of tea, like chili chai, and chocolate flake tea. They also do silver tips white tea (as do Whittards) which seems to be quite trendy at the momen…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
Whittards is an English company that sells a variety of teas. All their teas are great. I generally buy their green teas, because that is what I like, but if you want something specifically English, they do English break…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
i am so glad people else where i not as scary as i expected and the life style wasn't much different! yay!
The first time I went abroad was to France, when I was 11. I was actually disappointe…

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
So my question is this, is this how we want to be perceived?
I'm curious as to the purpose of this thread. Are you asking this because the comments bother you and you want people to behave in …

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a lovely place - although I wouldn't have classed it as strange! But then I've never come across the giant's head or the mud maid on my visits. It's a huge place, with lots of gardens, and …

MyopicMeringue 10 yrs ago
I've never come across that. The choices are normally (in increasing price order): Dry cut Wash and cut Wash, cut and blowdry Conditioner is always part of the wash, and is often applied without the hairdresser e…

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