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One of the rats was lying on the couch, falling asleep. I laid my hand next to him. His front paws grabbed one finger. He put one paw under the finger, one paw against it, and laid his head on top, then closed his eyes.

Too damn cute.
 

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Same here. If a particular smell gets heavily associated with a memory, then it's just understandable that said smell jumpstarts that memory.
 
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I have a co-worker who is a dog-nut. She was more excited than I was about my new puppy. She is always asking for photos of my dog. If I have a new one of the pup, I'll show it to her on my iPhone...

The thing is the then starts flipping through all my photos on the phone.

Do I have a right to be pissed when someone starts flipping through all my private pictures on my phone? or am I being a little oversensitive?
 
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I have a co-worker who is a dog-nut. She was more excited than I was about my new puppy. She is always asking for photos of my dog. If I have a new one of the pup, I'll show it to her on my iPhone...

The thing is the then starts flipping through all my photos on the phone.

Do I have a right to be pissed when someone starts flipping through all my private pictures on my phone? or am I being a little oversensitive?
You do. Personally, I find that after taking two or three pictures of random stuff, throwing in a picture of your junk slows the browsers down tremendously.
 
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You do. Personally, I find that after taking two or three pictures of random stuff, throwing in a picture of your junk slows the browsers down tremendously.
yeah, but, that whole, getting fired for sexual harassment won't help my career at all.

Maybe I'll just go out in the yard and photograph all the dog poo out there.
 
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While I guess it depends on the country adn the judge, that could be an invasion of privacy and whatnot, or not at all. Some might rule that giving her your phone to look at pictures, means you give her blanket permission to go through them. Another might consider your private pictures on phone to fall under the I-don't-know-what-it's-called-in-English-privacy-of-the-mail, as text messages are often ruled to. be.

I'd say: try to take some very unflattering pictures of her and abuse photoshop to make them worse; make her feel bad about herself and she won't want to look at the cute puppy pics anymore.

That aside, ooohh, puppy! ;)
 
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WWE has recently teamed up with some website called Tout, where you can post 15-second videos. So, it's like YouTube meets Twitter.

...and sadly, I've fallen for its temptation. Tonight on RAW, CM Punk attacked The Rock out of nowhere, which means he's back to being a heel/bad guy. Which is awesome. So I said:

http://www.tout.com/m/1kbt0m

I highly doubt I'll be a regular Tout user, but it was kinda fun to record and upload that.
 
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After months of nearly doing nothing but costuming...I feel weird that I don't have anything to work on.

Also, I've spent almost all of my night watching MST3K movies on Netflix. I'm a champion time waster.

...I also painted my nails Tuxedo.
 

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Going through some of our automation logs, the terminology seems to be a bit... I dunno, unbalanced? Disturbed?

949-PNF1r- 10VT- Quick
584-PNF1rb Stager 14
348-PNF1rr Call Stab Rotator
342-PNF1rr Call Stab 2
PN Player failed to load(B): 972 - c:\Audio\00000\00972.WAV
972-PNF1-- !File Not Found:
20901-PNF1r- Net Spot Master 50 Rotator
20437-PNF1ra NET-REST RETOXER 4761 RETOXOID4761
904-PNF1r- 5F Stopset
393-PNF1rb Dry Bump #3
9271-PNF1-- Begin Optional Local Break
PN Trigger Received: Return from Automation Type=02 FileNum=9879
9879-PN??-- If Idle Then START NEXT "It begins..."

Ok, I added that last quote in myself.
 

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Can't decide whether I want to stay at this school forever and never have kids or have kids and switch jobs...
 
Can't decide whether I want to stay at this school forever and never have kids or have kids and switch jobs...
I can't help you with that, but I can tell you that if you've bungled all your bangles and your loved ones have been mangled, listen to the jingle jangle of my gypsy tambourine.
 
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Fall into a routine that includes very little sleep, no time for yourself, and no energy left at the end of the day for sex?
No no, I mean training for the process of getting kids. Once you have them, you'll have plenty of time to figure out what to do with them.
 

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You mean make sure my form doesn't get rusty?

I'm not even sure yet of I want them. I *have* decided that, if I do have kids, I'll need to change jobs in order to give them the time the deserve. That means moving back to a public school or switching careers. No matter what happens, life will be good.
 
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I had my son when I was 33 and my daughter came when I was 37. You have plenty of time to worry about whether or not you want to have babies. Enjoy each other's company and have some adventures!
 
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I had my son when I was 33 and my daughter came when I was 37. You have plenty of time to worry about whether or not you want to have babies. Enjoy each other's company and have some adventures!
I love that at least someone has this view. I've only been married a year and nearly everyone in my life is all 'Kids??' and I just shake my head. No, I want to have adventures with Nate before I even think about having kids. (Which, I could shock you all in saying, that...I actually don't want kids..)
 
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Wife and I were married for 5 years before she became pregnant. Sounds like odd wording, but she had been told by multiple doctors that she wouldn't be able to have children, we were starting to look at adoption (gathering info, laws about it, rights of biological parents...) and found out she was preggers. 19 years later the daughter is going to college and we're pleased and where she is in her life. We're adjusting to going back to the two of us (and the Pug) and planning on having a grand time of it. We've got the money now to do some of those things that we HAD to pass on the past few years either due to schedule (kids take LOTS of time) or just plain not having money.

I'm looking forward to the adventures we're going to have now, and it's all starting in September at Walt Disney World.
 
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I love that at least someone has this view. I've only been married a year and nearly everyone in my life is all 'Kids??' and I just shake my head. No, I want to have adventures with Nate before I even think about having kids. (Which, I could shock you all in saying, that...I actually don't want kids..)
My girlfriend and I have been going out for 3 years and living together for about 2 of them. Her two elder sisters each have 2 children, and her younger sister is now engaged and going to have kids just as soon as she's sure they won't make her look fat on her wedding day (well, I assume they'll wait 'till they're married because his parents are on the conservative side, but if it was all up to her? Heh.). My brother has a daughter (which they had when his wife was 39, by the way).
Needless to say, her parents are bugging us about children about as often as we see them. Luckily we both feel like the two of you: we want to be able to see the world, have adventures, go on vacations,... while we still can. Plenty of things simply aren't possible once you've got kids.
I like children, and oddly enough, lately, children like me, but I don't want them - at least not yet, perhaps never. I think I'd be OK with just being the fun/goofy uncle for the host of kids my sisters in law will no doubt produce; I have a prety strong feeling my girlfriend has the same maternal instinct her sisters have, though. She's just using it in her job instead of her family life for the moment, which I'm happy with :p
 
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