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2023.06.08 20:16 Purely_Random06 Can anyone tell me what this is. I’ve searched the web and nothing. I know it’s a Puerto Rico coin, but it has a hard plastic cover over it, and appears to be all silver.
2023.06.08 20:16 Alarmed-Film871 Adventure land
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Are you ready for an adrenaline-fueled escapade? Look no further than Adventureland—the ultimate destination for thrill-seekers and explorers. Packed with excitement, mystery, and endless possibilities, Adventureland promises an unforgettable experience for adventurers of all ages. In this blog post, we'll delve into the heart of Adventureland, highlighting its captivating attractions, hidden gems, and the key elements that make it a must-visit destination. So, fasten your seatbelts and get ready to discover the wonders that await you in Adventureland!
The Essence of Adventureland:
Adventureland is more than just an amusement park—it's a realm of discovery and imagination. Here, the boundaries of reality fade away, and guests are transported to a world where excitement knows no limits. The park's theme is inspired by exotic locales, ancient civilizations, and daring adventures, creating an immersive experience like no other.
Adventureland is home to a plethora of iconic attractions that will leave you breathless and craving for more. From heart-pounding roller coasters that defy gravity to immersive dark rides that transport you into fantastical worlds, there's something for everyone. Get ready to scream your heart out on the thrilling "Jungle Fury" coaster, explore ancient ruins in the enigmatic "Lost City Expedition," or take a magical boat ride through the mystical "Enchanted Lagoon."
While the headline attractions steal the spotlight, Adventureland also boasts hidden gems that are waiting to be discovered. These lesser-known experiences offer unique thrills and moments of awe. Venture into the uncharted corners of the park to find secret paths, hidden caves, or interactive treasure hunts that will add an extra layer of excitement to your adventure.
Live Shows and Entertainment:
Beyond the rides, Adventureland offers a diverse array of live shows and entertainment that will captivate and mesmerize visitors. From breathtaking acrobatic performances to captivating storytelling sessions, these shows bring the park to life, enchanting audiences with their talent and creativity.
Dining and Cuisine:
All that adventure is bound to work up an appetite, and Adventureland has you covered with an array of dining options to satisfy every craving. Indulge in mouthwatering international cuisine that reflects the theme of the park, whether it's savoring exotic flavors at the "Tropical Bites" food court or enjoying a delightful feast at the whimsical "Pirate's Galley" restaurant.
Adventureland is a realm where dreams and adventure intertwine, offering an unparalleled experience that will ignite your imagination and leave you with memories to last a lifetime. Whether you're a thrill-seeker, a curious explorer, or simply someone looking to embrace the magic of the unknown, Adventureland is the place to be. So, grab your map, gather your courage, and embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of Adventureland—where extraordinary adventures await at every turn.
2023.06.08 20:15 Eli_isnt_here_ Good food places in the Layton And Kaysville
This can include food trucks that stop by like elsammy’s or restaurant’s thank you
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2023.06.08 20:14 Begonethot212 Can ammonia levels at 0.50ppm kill neos?
I have an established tank and the shrimp have been in there for the past 6 months, making babies and thriving. I went on a week long trip and when I came back, my shrimp were very lethargic, with some laying on their sides, curling their front legs as if they were trying to grab onto something. A few others were flicking around the water very erratically, then would also lay on their sides.
I also have one ancient Endler in that tank, which the person watching my place was feeding. I showed her how much to feed and how often, explaining that too much left over food can be dangerous. She seemed to understand, but when I tested my parameters, the ammonia was at 0.50ppm and everything else was pretty typical for the tank.
Planted 5.5 gallon, distilled water remineralized with Aqueon Shrimp Essentials, fertilized 1x week with Thrive Shrimp Specific fertilizer.
- pH: 7.8
- ammonia: 0.50ppm
- Nitrates: 20ppm
- gH: 9
- Kh: 6
- Temp: 78f
- No C02.
I did a 40% water change and added prime, but the few survivors today are definitely not doing well. :(
The only other thing I can think of that may have cause this is that I added some new plants that were grown in tissue culture. I was sure to soak and rinse them and get as much of the culture off as possible, but is it possible that some residual culture was eaten, causing copper toxicity or something? I’ve used them before and never had an issue. My snails and Endler seem fine.
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2023.06.08 20:14 invisiblehailey eating habits
i found a new psychologist and she suspects autism for me (in me? idk english is my secind language)
we have only had 2 sessions but we talked about eating for a second and she said that people with autism often have different eating habits and a different relationship with food in general. as we make our way to my diagnosis, she recommended to pin out some this that are unusual compared to other people around me, including eating habits.
just out of curiosity, i wanted to ask, what are yours? here are some of mine:
- i often like to eat things separately. not that i will start separating peas and corns but instead of eating a sandwich, i first eat a slice of cheese, then a tomato and then bread with butter (or some other order but still separately).
- i eat the meal in the order of taste. first the things, that are bland or don't taste good and leave the best part for last (but that may not be a ND thing idk)
- i can't eat meat, because i can't think of it as an object - poor animal who had to die! whenever i ask people "don't you think about it being alive before and having to suffer?" they reply - "oh yeah, i just drown these thoughts out" or smth. i cannot do that, therefore i feel mentally nauseous when eating meat.
thank you for taking your time to read <3
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2023.06.08 20:14 frogvscrab The game has to be better at saving your progress in dungeons.
The game is basically a single player game, but it has no effective pause feature. I am 30 minutes into a dungeon for a quest when I go downstairs to get my food and eat dinner. 15-20 minutes later I come back and the games disconnected.
This would be fine, if it saved my progress. Instead I have to fight my entire way back from the start.
This is like the 10th time this has happened (I play while working, so I take lots of breaks lol). Its infuriating, honestly. Save my damn progress in the dungeon, please.
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2023.06.08 20:13 nucleophile107 Best Parts of the park?
I, the hated Dodgers fan, am making the trek to the game tomorrow. (I Live in upstate NY (Born in Cali) and this is one of my closest options that's not going to NYC.) I'm curious what all your favorite parts of the park are, and what are must dos while I'm there. What's the best food there as well. The Phillies website lists them all, but people always know best what to get and what to skip. Thanks ahead of time!
P.S. Y'all Dad Dicked the Dads last year so you cool by me.
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2023.06.08 20:13 Nooginator Interviews & Nausea
I am 5 1/2 weeks pregnant, and I have two job interviews next week. They both ended up on the same day, and will be a combined 5 hours. I’m not planning to tell either that I am expecting - I don’t want to put anyone in the position of having to convince themself that they aren’t factoring that into a hiring decision.
My last pregnancy, I started getting nauseous and having food aversions at 6 weeks on the dot. Being that I will be right around 6 weeks, I’m so worried that I will start to feel awful or even get sick in these interviews. I’m curious if others would preemptively try to prevent nausea or just wait and see what happens. I thought about starting to take vitamin b6 a day or two ahead of time. I have ginger pills in my purse always, so those would work for the day of. I just really don’t want to vomit in the middle of a job interview! What would you do?
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2023.06.08 20:12 AdministrationFine52 How to handle meds when boarding?
My mare will be starting daily meds for cushings in a few days. I board at a barn about 20 minutes away. I could likely give meds every evening on my way home from work. BO feeds though so I’m wondering if it’s better to have them give meds so it’s given with food.
For those who board or have worked at boarding facilities, is it common for BOs to give meds? I don’t want to impose if it’s a big hassle but I also want to do what’s best for my horse.
For leaving meds at the barn, any tips? There’s only a few horses on the farm and, as far as I know, none of them are on meds so I’ve got no clue! Vet recommended putting the pill inside of a German horse muffin or a fig Newton and feeding it that way so I’m thinking it wouldn’t be too hard for BO to do if it comes to that? Any help or advice is appreciated!!
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2023.06.08 20:12 2tired4this-nonsense Visiting Chicago July 6-11
I've visited alone some time ago, and did some of the touristy things (The bean, Art Institute, Food tours). This time, my partner and I are interested in seeing some lesser known Chicago staples! We're not too well off, so anything that's a bargain we'll probably prioritize, but I have a few questions:
- Is the Blue Line safe to travel to a hotel from the airport?
- Any hotels with a decent city view that are worth staying at?
- Since we loved The Bear, are there any *musts* for restaurants? We're definitely hitting up China Town, since my partner loves dumplings.
- There's not much in terms of "airbnb experiences" to get an idea of what to do, besides food tours, museums, is there anything lesser known that's a "must do"?
Thanks for any tips, we greatly appreciate it!!
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2023.06.08 20:11 kikimarvelous One week off sema
I've stopped cold turkey since a week ago because my side effects flared up and I'm family planning. The timing was right so I skipped my last dose of .5. I've since lost 2 more pounds making my total loss 25 pounds in 4 months. I'm effectively eating almost the same amount- give or take 200 calories more. I'm definitely hungry again but still eating what were my "safe foods" on Oz (i.e. not fried, not fatty).
I'm hoping this trend continues and I can keep losing! I didn't get to my goal weight but I got pretty close in the time parameters I set for myself. (SW: 193, CW: 168)
I'll report back in a month!
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2023.06.08 20:11 psycsara Pumping to add milk to foods
Any recommendations for the best time to pump, so it will not increase supply? Baby is 7 months and my supply is finally regulated enough that I don't need to pump for a few minutes if I happen to wake before baby. (He sleeps through the night; goodbye 4 am pumps!). I used to use the milk from those brief pumping sessions to include in baby's solid food (e.g., for infant cereal, purees, or milk-cicles made with scalded milk). Unfortunately I don't really have a usable freezer stash because I found out I was high-lipase late in the game and the majority of my frozen milk is very smelly and tastes like fish. I don't image that he would tolerate it even in his food. Thanks for any suggestions!
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2023.06.08 20:11 kzanomics What unique venue would you like to see the boys play?
For me it would be Wolf Trap right outside DC in Virginia. It’s a sick ass venue on National Park land where you can bring your own food / booze / coolers. Selfishly it’s right by me but would be a super fun outdoor venue.
Where do you wanna see the boys play?
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2023.06.08 20:11 TheWorldmind Right?
2023.06.08 20:10 Masteur The First Seafaring Period of the Yuanqatsan and Rise of Social Division
When studying the history of the Yuanqatsan Culture, scholars note the time period between 500 - 700 AD as one of rapid outward expansion. Novel innovations in shipbuilding are widely understood to be the primary cause of the cultural spread, although societal changes and pressure are believed to have also played a role.
Known today as "The First Seafaring Period", it was during this era that the Yuanqatsan Culture effectively wiped out or absorbed most of the small-scale cultures in their vicinity. The Yuanqatsan way of life became dominant as the region saw a level of intercommunication never before seen.
Estimated Yuanqatsan Cultural Spread Between 500-700 AD This map
offers a rough outline of the spread of the Yuanqatsan Culture during The First Seafaring Period. The circled area denotes the Yuanqatsan Heartland where the largest concentration of settlement existed during this era.
Yuanqatsan settlements have traditionally been located on the coast or along the region's main waterway, known as All-Mother's River, and its tributaries. This trend continued into The First Seafaring Period as the largest and most prosperous villages of the time were routinely found along the coast.
Evidence does show primitive societies predating the Yuanqatsan in these lands. Although similar to the Yuanqatsan in many ways, they were unique enough for modern-day scholars to consider them distinct cultures. Regardless, these proto-cultures were quickly absorbed into the more technologically advanced Yuanqatsan coastal hegemony.
New Land Brings Opportunity, Wealth
Although the proto-cultures surrounding the Yuanqatsan People were essentially consumed, that doesn't mean none of their cultural identity survived.
Maple tapping was relatively uncommon throughout most Yuanqatsan communities prior to The First Seafaring Period. Granted, most communities were located near the coastal salt marshes where Maple trees weren't as likely to grow. Further north, where the coasts weren't as saturated, the trees were more plentiful.
It's believed the early proto-cultures here routinely tapped Maple trees and the Yuanqatsan likely followed similar methods. Maple, especially over nuts, became a popular delicacy throughout communities as a trade good.
Now when it comes to trade, one cannot skip the topic when having a conversation of The First Seafaring Period. With larger, more studier ships, trade exploded during this period.
Trade between communities was one of the biggest driving forces of the Yuanqatsan Cultural Expansion during this time. In prior generations, maritime travel was primarily just for fishing. As improvements to shipbuilding made it easier to reach and settle these new lands, there was a substantial increase in trade among all Yuanqatsan settlements.
Whereas in prior generations intercommunication between villages was minimal, The First Seafaring Period saw an exponential increase in cooperation. Previously, the average Yuanqatsan village may have traded with their neighbors only a handful of times per year. These trading forrays were usually always done at the direction of the powerful Crones and included a community's most-influential families trading smoked fish, pelts, and small crafts with one another.
During The First Seafaring Period, trade between villages increased from 3-4 annual trips to at least 4-5 times per month, depending on location. As seen countless times in history, this increase in trade also saw a mass transfusion of technology, beliefs, and ideas.
Many goods once considered rare or straight up unbeknownst to many became more common fixtures in communities. Foodstuffs were of course the most bartered item. Coastal communities in what we'd consider the Yuanqatsan Heartland primarily exported smoked fish, eel, crustacea, waterfowl, and crafts.
In northern communities, exports included more foraged crops, including cranberries, zizania, and alliums.
Yuanqatsan Social Hierarchy During The First Seafaring Period
When discussing the explosion of trade during this period in history, it's important to ask who benefitted the most.
The Crones and high-ranking men with honorable titles reaped most of the benefits. Not to say the average Yuanqatsan didn't benefit, but not nearly on the same level. Although Yuanqatsan social hierarchy is a complex topic that could be discussed ad nauseam, it's important to cover a few basics to fully understand how this cultural expansion affected everyday lives. Crones:
At the top of the Yuanqatsan social pyramid are the Crones. A class consisting of all widowed mothers, the Crones wield considerable power in each village. All food fished, gathered, or traded must first be brought to the Crones to be blessed. From there, the Crones dictate who gets what. Generally speaking, men (and their direct families) who contribute the most to society and have the most prestige get the best food and goods received in trades.
Because the Crones, acting on behalf of the deity All-Mother, are the ultimate authority on how food is dispersed, they have a heavy hand in how trade is conducted. Goods that are brought into the community via trade are not exactly dolled out equitably. High-Ranking Men/Nobles:
Outside of the Crones, the average village likely has a dozen or so high-ranking noblemen. These are powerful patriarchs who come from strong lineages and proved themselves valiantly in The Trials
as a teenager and are seen as leaders. They have prestigious titles such as The Brave-Hearted
, The Valiant Voyager
, or The Fearless
The men in this class make up the bulk of those being sent by the Crones to conduct trade, warfare, hunting, and fishing expeditions. They're seen as contributing the most to society and as faithful servants to All-Mother, and in turn, they get to enjoy most of the luxuries received in trade.
Although everything in a community is technically owned by All-Mother through the Crones, the large seafaring vessels are de facto property of these nobles.
For the purpose of how Crones disperse goods to a community, you can group the wives of these nobles into this category. The Common Man:
The majority of Yuanqatsan society is made up of commoners. They're not held in as high esteem as the noble class or their direct families but are still considered to be in the good graces of the Crones and All-Mother. They have titles like The Crabeater
, The Web-Footed
, or The Sure-Handed
. Although were grouping these commoners all together for simplicity's sake, not everyone in this class is on the same pedestal as one another. Think of Yuanqatsan hierarchy as more of a spectrum versus a pyramid with rigid class lines.
The commoners are the ones doing most of the fishing and gathering. Commoners will often volunteer to accompany the Nobles on seafaring expeditions -- usually as oarsmen -- as a way to gain esteem from The Crones.
It's seen as an honor and privilege for a Commoner to go on these expeditions. Generally speaking, these Commoners will in turn be compensated by The Crones to the tune of more plentiful and diverse food offerings. Untested Boys & Maidens:
Boys whom have yet to enter The Trial and unmarried women are seen as among the purest as they remain the closest to All-Mother until they marry.
It's important to remember that children in Yuanqatsan societies are seen more as a child of the community
versus a child of a specific mother or father. Not to say family lineage doesn't play a role in the advantages or privileges of Untested boys and maidens, but even the son of low commoners could reach the noble class by proving their worth and dedication to the Crones. This is most commonly done so through The Trials, although feats of bravery or service can do that as well.
With that being said, children from all walks of life would see the benefits of the increase in trade and expansion of The First Seafaring Period. Since they're seen as remaining close to All-Mother, Crones ensure all children of the community are amply fed -- especially in times of strife. Nobodies:
At the bottom of Yuanqatsan society are the Nobodies. These are men who failed the Trials as a boy or were otherwise ostracized by The Crones. Those who steal or commit blasphemy will also find themselves titled The Nobody
Even before The First Seafaring Period, Nobodies received the least amount of help and support from The Crones. To little surprise, there was not a lot of benefit to the increase in trade among this class.
These social divisions weren't new to Yuanqatsan society by any stretch, although the increase in trade during this time definitely further entrenched this structure as a defining characteristic of the culture.
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2023.06.08 20:10 afrothunder1987 Best ‘choice’ steaks I’ve ever seen.
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Wife picked these up thinking they were choice. Jaw dropped when I saw the marbling. Clearly they were mislabeled. Publix meat is expensive as hell though so it still wasn’t much of a deal. Speaking of Publix meat section, who the hell is buying brisket flats from them for $12-13 a pound? submitted by afrothunder1987 to smoking [link] [comments]
2023.06.08 20:10 mydoghank Dog in my care destroying things and chewing foreign objects.
So..I have one of those clients in which i'm already telling myself "never again"...and I almost didn't accept but it was very last minute and a half mile from my house so I took a chance.
It's a drop-in twice-per-day visit for four days (I'm in day two now). The situation is that they are remodeling a house so it's literally torn apart and the only running water they have is in the bathrooms. They warned me it was a mess but I assumed they meant a mess in terms of things torn apart etc. What I discovered was that on top of expected construction disarray, the house is incredibly sloppy, dirty, and frankly just gross.
The dog, a sweet malamute, stays behind a baby gate in a large random room. They warned me that she must stay in there so she doesn't "get into anything"...but holy cow...when I show up the first day, the room she's staying in is full of crap!! Plenty to get into already! There's random unused food packages, like ramen noodles and cereal, boxes of surgical gloves, spray bottles of cleaning supplies, sponges, screws, wrappers, plastic random items...etc etc. This stuff is strewn all over the floor where this dog is living. There's no shelves or furniture or anyplace to put it. Picture large carpeted room with no furniture and stuff all over the floor. And even if their was a place to move it off the ground, it would take a few hours to do so and I'm not being paid for that. Even if I was, not sure I'd wanna take it on.
Sure enough, each visit, I'm seeing that the dog is ripping into food boxes and other items. I saw the box of gloves was ripped open and gloves everywhere. Very dangerous if a dog eats those. My dog would if she had access! I sent a message to the owners letting them know the dog is getting into things but I didn't know how to approach since there was not place to put the items and no spare room for the dog that wasn't also full of stuff. (My note was very cordial and professional!). Seriously, even if I wanted to move the stuff out or move the dog to another room, I wouldn't have any place to choose because the entire house is this way. It's incredibly daunting. Anyway, I'm worried about the dog eating a foreign object but I feel like my hands are tied here. I have warned them and not sure what else I can do. They have not responded yet to my text about my concerns whereas normally they respond right away with thanks you and happy face emojis.
The dog is 10 years old and they have had her since she was a puppy, so I'm assuming they know their dog well enough to know how she is with having access to this kind of thing...but you never know how people are. I really don't like drop-ins for dogs beyond a day or two so that's the other issue. I'm thinking about turning those jobs down because that's just too long for many dogs to not get attention...but that's another post for another day I guess.
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2023.06.08 20:10 travelmoar 34 [M4F] England/anywhere anybody to talk about food with, or cats.
My name is Luke, and I've been truly blessed with some incredible things in life. I've spent months in the jungles of Borneo, Malaysia, hearing the sounds of thousands of insects at once, witnessing terrifying ghosts there (genuinely) I've been to the busiest cities on planet earth in Tokyo, hearing the bustle and madness of Tokyo rush hour. I've traveled all over the world.
I'd love to meet someone who's into travel, fitness, ancient history, eating crazy food, education, perhaps video gaming? I'm open to anyone across the world, as long as you're 20+ down for long distance travel (of short) and would enjoy discovering Atlantis, since that's definitely what I'm destined to do. Please send me a picture of you, this is really important too!
I've slept under the stars countless times, teaching adults and kids wilderness survival skills across the world, I've had such incredible moments in my life, and I'm looking to share them with someone, grow, and probably die a horrible death where my breathing tube stops working because one of the grandchildren pulled the plug when you fell asleep. From there I suffocate, and relive my most boring memory of writing out this on Reddit, in a never ending loop forever, as the DMT seeps into my brain.
My name is lu.. https://ibb.co/hs0cXsR
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2023.06.08 20:10 Shpetim1 my fear of choking on food to death is driving me nuts
I've suffered from OCD since I was 8 years old. I'm 25 years old now. Back in November, I had been diagnosed with h pylori and was put on antibiotics. Thank God I cured my h pylori but this illness left me with some severe OCD about swallowing food/choking and it all roots back to one day during my antibiotics treatment where I almost choked on a pill. Ever since then, I over chew my food, and sometimes even avoid certain foods. I can't even take a woman out on a date as I'm worried that I'll choke on the food or she'll look at me weird for over chewing the food.
This may sound hilarious to a lot of you but I genuinely believe this is a form of OCD that I'm suffering from as I've had medical checks for my esophagus and even had an endoscopy and they all came back clear. I just don't know what to do anymore - no matter how irrational this thought process is, I'm always worried I'll choke to death on food. I'm always so hyper vigilant on whether I've chewed the food enough and have to clench my fist when I prepare and take a swallow. It's become ridiculous and terrible.
Is there any advice on how I can treat this? Any help at this point will deeply be appreciated.
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2023.06.08 20:09 Hank_the_Tank_LDP3 HOT TAKES! with updates on my replacement crew.
Before I start HOT TAKES! I want to announce the results of my latest round of auditions to replace my crew.
First and foremost, Kevin is back. Not Kevin 'Sunroof', but Todd 'Kevin'. He made a beautiful and sincere apology about his part in Dormangate. Now he's back in the crew and no longer banned from O'Malley's! WELCOME BACK KEVO!
Second, I took a real risk and allowed a foreigner to join. It was a mistake, but I was hoping to reuse the nickname Tomcat for ease. It lasted all of 12 hours. Dude kept talking about this guy named King. Is the King of England named King Lear? I couldn't stand it anymore. He also kept making jokes that his name is Tom Baker, but he doesn't have a time machine. What the hell is that supposed to mean? Then he only drank tea, and that's against the Boston Tea Party. Whole thing was a bust.
McNugget, Pythagoras, Kevin, and I are still looking for 2 more people to join our crew! Also, could someone tell Pythagoras to answer our calls and texts? Maybe tell them to show up to O'Malleys for the weekly meeting too? Can you also let them know that we still haven't gotten our invites to be co-bestmen or men of honor in their wedding and we are getting a little offended because that is part of being a crew.
Now onto HOT TAKES!
- If you close the forum, how am I supposed to have enough material for Hot Takes next week? Sounds like I'll be joining the town chat room for Hot Takes all on your terrible online personalities! Sippy wanted me to let everyone know she already called dibs on EAT THE RICH for her protest sign. I don't get it.
- The only thing I want to know about this Baxter place is if they serve booze. If your Children's Entertainment establishment doesn't serve booze for the parents, then it isn't worth my ski ball money.
- Why the hell did half the town send me texts about this Respect Women Juice? Whoever sent a case to the station is a weirdo. No one loves women more than Hank. Just ask the girls at Bazookas!
- Dracula- You left me in a time of need. I needed you to hook me up with some of those good donuts you have at your office. I don't know what other people need you for, but I needed those Sunday morning and you failed. See you at the family session tomorrow!
- Let me tell you how happy I am for my favorite childless couple in LDP. I'm so excited to officiate this wedding and round my "gay weddings officiated" count out to 2. Chintzy is already getting The Manse ready for the pending nuptials! Pythagoras, if you answer your phone, Chintzy needs to know if she should have the gardener plant roses or lilies.
- SPUTNIK! I can't believe you left me out of your free food drop off! I hate trout, but still. It's rude.
And now we're back to Pride stuff and I did my part last week. Tune into this weeks Non Stop Talk Talk with Hank, Paul, &
David Pythagoras Kevin.
This week I talk about how Back to the Future 3 is the best one.
Until next time, I'm Hank 'The Tank' Jefferson. You stay classy, LDP!
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2023.06.08 20:09 Jaspercolinresearch How the Russia-Ukraine Conflict Shook the Global CPG Market
2023.06.08 20:09 Both-Technology-5085 I want to confront him M22 F 20
I and this guy used to be in the talking stage, we would see each other everyday, sleep over, have sex, all that. We basically acted like a couple. One week there were a couple days where he didn’t pick up my calls multiple times. ( I don’t mind people not picking up my calls, I just hate when they don’t let you know when the see the call that they are busy or will call you back). But throughout the “talking stage”, he started acting weird and I had a gut feeling that this guy isn’t who he’s trying to be. So I sent him a long text explaining how I don’t want my time wasted and he tried to apologize stuff. We agreed to be friends
One day I met a girl at work, it’s a pretty small city. Anyways, we clicked and started talking, she had her phone unlocked so I saw the guys name on her phone. I then asked if she knew him. Then we starting talking about him. She told me he’s kind of a player and he used the same tactics on her as he did me. She then showed me a pic of him that she took, that he posted the day he ignored my calls. I realized they we’re together that day and that’s why he didn’t pick up. That day we sent him pics of us together and you could just tell he was not happy that she and I met. She also told me she was using him for food and weed. But I felt like I couldn’t say anything because I had ended it with him before finding this out.
Question: am I wrong for being upset that while we were talking, he was trying to peruse another girl?
I asked him about her and if he was trying to get with her while we were talking and he denied, he said he was not interested in her and that they are just friends. I let the situation go and continued to be friends with him. We both kinda got attached so we still cuddled and even went to the gym together. Where he kept talking about wanting to be a gym couple. And when we were cuddling he kept saying this is what he wanted And asked questions about if we were to date. A couple days later the same girl massages me and tell me he gave her hickeys.
The thing is him and I are both single so I don’t care what he does but it just hurt me that he lied about his intentions with her. All I ever asked was honesty from him, if he ever lost feelings I opened myself up and told him just to let me know where him mind was at. We even made a promise to be honest with each other. So it hurt me that he lied to my face.
I want to confront him today even though things were already over between us, we were still having sex and sleeping over and him telling me he wanted to be serious with me before I ended it. So why was he trying to get with another girl if he wanted me so bad?
Should I talk to him that I know he lied while we were talking and continued to get benefits from me? Was he using me?
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