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Krumbeard

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. I've already started. I made a ground beef stroganoff with egg noodles, I'll add homemade cheese biscuits, baked caulifower, glazed carrots, coleslaw with raisins and apple, and brownies for dessert.
I'm guessing my invitation got lost?🙂
 

BlessedByGod

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I have a dear friend who used to be very active online with dating sites. She had a habit of sending photos to me of fellows who would message her. She'd usually start with "Oh he is soooo cute. What do you think?" It was so awkward. I don't like commenting on people's appearances, I don't like looking at men that my friends are interested in, and her choices were usually not compatible with mine. I would try and avoid the question but I never found a great way to ask her to stop. Any suggestions?
You could always start with, "Hey he's cute! Mind if I date him?" I have nothing constructive here, just pinky comic relief moment.
Lol I would hope no one would ever really do that, but I'm sure some marriages have come about that way🤣🤣🤣.
 

BlessedByGod

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You could always start with, "Hey he's cute! Mind if I date him?" I have nothing constructive here, just pinky comic relief moment.
Lol I would hope no one would ever really do that, but I'm sure some marriages have come about that way🤣🤣🤣.
Pinky=Plunky
 

Krumbeard

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When I used to run a service truck, I'd get back to the shop and my boss would say "you're back?"
I started to reply "no".
 
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When I used to run a service truck, I'd get back to the shop and my boss would say "you're back?"
I started to reply "no".


Lol
You should have asked him " Do you see dead people...(6 sense)
 
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I have a dear friend who used to be very active online with dating sites. She had a habit of sending photos to me of fellows who would message her. She'd usually start with "Oh he is soooo cute. What do you think?" It was so awkward. I don't like commenting on people's appearances, I don't like looking at men that my friends are interested in, and her choices were usually not compatible with mine. I would try and avoid the question but I never found a great way to ask her to stop. Any suggestions?
Just keep replying with... "He's not really my type." or "Sorry, not my type." etc.
 

ArtsieSteph

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That is what men call “a trap.” 🤣🤣 You are either thought a coward if you don’t answer, or in serious trouble if you answer truthfully. And then guilted into “being honest” if you try and outsmart them by saying what they want to hear.

Let’s see if I can somehow unclog this mess...they want you to answer in the way they want you to answer, but they want it to be what you really think is correct. They want you to be on the same page as them. If not, it means that maybe you don’t love them as much as they love you/you say you love them. The ultimate question they are asking is, “Do you love me? Am I worth waiting for? Am I worth that to you?”

I’m sure if they asked those questions straight out, you’d say “Duh, of course!” But of course that’s not how most women work if the subject is a lady. They wanna test to be sure what you “really think” but indirectly. Because maybe we think it’s more honest that way...??? Eh. Can’t say about men who may do the same/similar thing.


Some of the few I could think of are:
“If I died would you marry again?”
“Which of my friends do you think is prettiest/most handsome?”
“Would you have still married me if I were ugly/short/fat?”
 

Krumbeard

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That is what men call “a trap.” 🤣🤣 You are either thought a coward if you don’t answer, or in serious trouble if you answer truthfully. And then guilted into “being honest” if you try and outsmart them by saying what they want to hear.

Let’s see if I can somehow unclog this mess...they want you to answer in the way they want you to answer, but they want it to be what you really think is correct. They want you to be on the same page as them. If not, it means that maybe you don’t love them as much as they love you/you say you love them. The ultimate question they are asking is, “Do you love me? Am I worth waiting for? Am I worth that to you?”

I’m sure if they asked those questions straight out, you’d say “Duh, of course!” But of course that’s not how most women work if the subject is a lady. They wanna test to be sure what you “really think” but indirectly. Because maybe we think it’s more honest that way...??? Eh. Can’t say about men who may do the same/similar thing.


Some of the few I could think of are:
“If I died would you marry again?”
“Which of my friends do you think is prettiest/most handsome?”
“Would you have still married me if I were ugly/short/fat?”
YES!! Exactly those kind of questions!
We have a winner!
And sometimes as we men try to figure out what was just asked, we exceed the unspoken allotted amount of time and it's over. We don't love her! 😬🤪😁
 

ArtsieSteph

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YES!! Exactly those kind of questions!
We have a winner!
And sometimes as we men try to figure out what was just asked, we exceed the unspoken allotted amount of time and it's over. We don't love her! 😬🤪😁
Yup. Sadly a lot of us deal with self worth issues, so it’s hard to deal with the symptoms of that.
 

Krumbeard

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Yup. Sadly a lot of us deal with self worth issues, so it’s hard to deal with the symptoms of that.
Yes I hear you. So true.

So since this is a question thread...
Where do you say your identity lies?
And
Where does your identity actually lie?

Just something to think about.
 

morefaithrequired

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Learn from politicians how to answer loaded questions. deflect, defer or change the topic.
 

ArtsieSteph

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Yes I hear you. So true.

So since this is a question thread...
Where do you say your identity lies?
And
Where does your identity actually lie?

Just something to think about.
I dig it. I like those questions. And ow they also hurt 🤣

I know my identity is supposed to be found in Christ. I’m just not quite sure how to apply that yet...
 

Krumbeard

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I dig it. I like those questions. And ow they also hurt 🤣

I know my identity is supposed to be found in Christ. I’m just not quite sure how to apply that yet...
It's a hard thing to live...at least for me.