Posts tagged “relationships”

I always prefer to believe the best of everybody, it saves so much trouble.
Rudyard Kipling

Contextless Content: Episode #22

Contextless Content: A portion of a conversation, usually from an instant messenger platform. Subtitled: “Everything I Own Is in a Box to the Left?” He says: I don’t understand why she keeps mentioning “everything you own in a box to the left”. It doesn’t make any sense to me. He says: What does the box’s

Love for Sale

“Hey, we seem basically compatible. I enjoyed kissing you. What do you say about trying a three-month love contract?”

Good Links

I think that the best linking weblog on line right now is Follow Me Here. Every time I visit I find a half-dozen or so excellent articles. Eliot must be a voracious reader, and his comments are insightful and thought-provoking. If you have never been to his site, go right now. Here are a few

Pleasure == Surprise

When it comes to having fun, the element of surprise may be more important than most people realise. A great link from Follow Me Here … And in completely unrelated news, I grabbed Dave Egger’s book A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius at Target earlier today. I got a bit of a sunburn, too.

Divorce Pending for Co-Author of Marriage book

Divorce Pending for Co-Author of Time-Tested Secrets for Making Your Marriage Work Well … just the headline should be funny enough to make you want to read the rest of the article. But! Good heavens! Did you read the ten tips? By the time I got to the third one I thought for sure it

Horrible Wedding

Brett Patrick and his new wife argued after they arrived home from their wedding, he told police. He had bruises and scratches — and icing — on his body, police said.

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