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I have an interview today. Each time I get up to walk, my underwear slips off my ass. And I've spilled coke on my white dress shirt TWICE!
These might help.
If you're shirt isn't riding up then maybe everything else would stay in place? I wear them for big meetings and interviews so everything stays neat and tidy without me thinking about it.

I can't help you with the coke spill. I have stains on nearly every shirt i own. ;)
 
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After my cancer treatment, I ballooned up 60 pounds, and had to buy larger underwear. Then I dropped the weight just as fast. Up 60 and down 70 within a calendar year. But I kept the chones. And now I think just one pair of the big ones, slips.
 
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I have an interview today. Each time I get up to walk, my underwear slips off my ass. And I've spilled coke on my white dress shirt TWICE!
If you can get a Tide pen or Shout wipes, they could help with the Coke. Drug stores usually carry them. Target has them in their travel-sized stuff, too.
 
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These might help.
If you're shirt isn't riding up then maybe everything else would stay in place? I wear them for big meetings and interviews so everything stays neat and tidy without me thinking about it.

I can't help you with the coke spill. I have stains on nearly every shirt i own. ;)
May I suggest the type that slip around the bottom of your foot rather than clipping to your socks? Unless you like the threat of having it slip and getting an elastic whip to the taint. And if you do, hey, who am I to judge?
 
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May I suggest the type that slip around the bottom of your foot rather than clipping to your socks? Unless you like the threat of having it slip and getting an elastic whip to the taint. And if you do, hey, who am I to judge?
Some of us like living with the constant threat of a metal-tipped projectile racing up our pants. :p
But seriously, mine aren't pulled so tight that I am in danger of sling-shotting my balls into orbit.
 

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I stayed in bed until 11 today. It's been slowly and steadily raining for days here. Turns out that not having any responsibilities and the sound of rain amounts to laziness. Also, this shoebill stork has been following me around in my dream scenarios for the past 3 days, and it's getting unsettling.
 
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Not sure what thread to put this in but I am so very lost.

I think I have to put my dog down soon. He’s so sick and it’s reached the point where his quality of life has plummeted far enough that I think it’s time, but I don’t want to do it too soon? I wish he could tell me he is ready. I don’t want to be a bad owner, I’ve never had to do this before and I’m so overwhelmed and sad.

I can’t sleep.

Advice? Do I just call the vet and ask?
 
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Not sure what thread to put this in but I am so very lost.

I think I have to put my dog down soon. He’s so sick and it’s reached the point where his quality of life has plummeted far enough that I think it’s time, but I don’t want to do it too soon? I wish he could tell me he is ready. I don’t want to be a bad owner, I’ve never had to do this before and I’m so overwhelmed and sad.

I can’t sleep.

Advice? Do I just call the vet and ask?
I'm so sorry. Since we just went through this, I know exactly what you're feeling. With Tofu's tumor, I kept waiting for him to show trouble eating or changes with his daily routine. It's funny how they will continue to try to do things as normally as possible, even though they're probably more uncomfortable then they let on. When his tumor started to bleed when he ate, I knew I had to make the hard call to the vet.

Speak to your vet. It is very unlikely they would schedule you to bring him in for the last time that same day. Most likely they will give you a day or two to prepare before you have to return for his sleep. But when you do, just remember a dog's life is short, and you gave him a home, family, and love, which is everything to a dog. And please stay with him when they do the shot. It happens vey quickly and you'll be a wreck, but you'll regret it if you don't.

Augh, stupid me. I'm crying like it was yesterday, and Pepper's bringing me toys, like, "???".
 
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I'm so sorry. Since we just went through this, I know exactly what you're feeling. With Tofu's tumor, I kept waiting for him to show trouble eating or changes with his daily routine. It's funny how they will continue to try to do things as normally as possible, even though they're probably more uncomfortable then they let on. When his tumor started to bleed when he ate, I knew I had to make the hard call to the vet.

Speak to your vet. It is very unlikely they would schedule you to bring him in for the last time that same day. Most likely they will give you a day or two to prepare before you have to return for his sleep. But when you do, just remember a dog's life is short, and you gave him a home, family, and love, which is everything to a dog. And please stay with him when they do the shot. It happens vey quickly and you'll be a wreck, but you'll regret it if you don't.

Augh, stupid me. I'm crying like it was yesterday, and Pepper's bringing me toys, like, "???".
This is very helpful, thank you!

I think it’s time. His daily activity has changed enough that I think it’s whats best for him - he won’t eat anymore. He barely moves. And now, I’m sure because of his bladder tumor, he has no bladder control and has accidents in my apartment frequently.

I’ll definitely stay with him. He’s my boy and I’ll be crying like a fool (like I am right now), but I’ll be with him when they do it.

I’m a mess thinking about it. I’m sorry this is something you’ve had to go through recently. :(
 
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This is very helpful, thank you!

I think it’s time. His daily activity has changed enough that I think it’s whats best for him - he won’t eat anymore. He barely moves. And now, I’m sure because of his bladder tumor, he has no bladder control and has accidents in my apartment frequently.

I’ll definitely stay with him. He’s my boy and I’ll be crying like a fool (like I am right now), but I’ll be with him when they do it.

I’m a mess thinking about it. I’m sorry this is something you’ve had to go through recently. :(
Having gone through this, I know it's very hard. All you can do is be there with him, let him know he's loved in his last moments. I'm sure that's all he wants too.
 
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I surprised my wife at work with her favourite snack, only to find her getting out of her car with her own serving of her favourite snack.
 
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<sigh> My co-worker isn't working out, so I'm having to check everything she does and do any work she isn't completing on time, as well as doing my own work. With that and housework and two sick ferrets and the crappy Canadian January weather, I'm feeling pretty overwhelmed right now.

I need a nap.
 
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