We (F27, M29) don't want kids since the beginning of our relationship and this hasn't changed since then.
Her and my parents started making comments about marriage and kids after ~3months. After 2 years, shortly, after we moved together, i got a "just married" saving box, from her parents.
We both were not in a good financial situation. I studied and she was in apprenticeship. But i added 1€ into the box as a joke, everytime someone mentions "our" marriage or future kids. With this money i could go out with her to eat nice dinner. After 2-3 times she saw me taking money out of the saving box for our dating night and asked when do i put money in it. I explained it to her and she find it hilarous. After that we added both money to this saving box.
With some years and real jobs, we earned a more and put higher amounts into it. Like 10€ or up to 50€ everytime some of our friends mentions how annoying/expensive/stressful their kids are. We doubled the amount when phrases like "but kids... keep reading on reddit ➡
Basically my cat is trained to use the toilet bowl, I have two bathrooms in my flat and the cat uses the guest one, it’s always up and clean because the cat uses it and knows how to flush it (sometimes he forgets it), I clean it every day and my cat been doing it for the past 6 years.
My boyfriend just moved in with me and he hates it, even if we have our own bathroom and barely uses the guest ones, he says it is disgusting and awful, last night we had a huge fight because the cat didn’t flush it’s poo and now my bf is saying that he is going to leave if I don’t litter box train my cat, but I see no point doing it since the toilet is much more hygienic.
So AITA for not wanting to change my cats habits to make my boyfriend happy?
INFO/EDIT: Adopted senior cat, declawed with aversion of the box and burring his own waste. In the shelter in order to not use the box he would shit and pee on his own bed and sleep on it, thing that decreased his chances of getting adopted, indeed I adopt... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just in this one day, I’ve helped two people, who both had 144Hz monitors, but had them running at 60Hz, believing that their monitors were already 144Hz out of the box.
Please make sure that if you do get a 144Hz monitor, you change the refresh rate in settings!
Edit: Glad to see many people who can finally use their monitor’s full potential!
In light of the recent plane crash in Pakistan, reports suggest that it will take 6-7 months to decode the black box. The company that made the black box surely knows how to decrypt their encryption, so why would it take so long? Also, assuming the encyrption is super-complicated, what sensitive data would warrant such encryption? Is it just voice recordings, or something more?
Edit: I really appreciate the responses. Not only does it answer my queries but also expands on a lot of questions I hadn't even thought to ask.
Destiny. So much cleaner.
Yes I know summoning lost items isnt original Edit: No you can't bring your parents back, that's a different story.
Edit 2: Cmon guys, it says items. People aren't items. Unless you consider a person an item. In which case, yeah, they'd appear in the box.
Edit 3: Stolen items can count as being lost. Also, you can't use the box to fuel your gambling addiction. You give your money to casinos. Not the same as losing it.
Edit 4: The box contains the items that have been lost throughout your lifetime, however, the box will provide your items in a condition based on when you last saw it. The box has no size limit as well. It can summon money, but no exorbitant amounts. The cap for this is 500,000.
Edit 5: Here are a few things you can't bring in the box: Childhood innocence/memories, sanity, dead people/living animals, dignity, faith, talent, skill, will to live, pride, etc. In other words, objects are the only thing that can appear in the box. If you have to think about it, chances... keep reading on reddit ➡
Since vendors are back up, I've been tediously filling my vendors with the stuff I've collected while they've been down.
Doing this reminded me just how awful it is to set the prices for my items. My thumb literally cramps from holding my D-pad down for so long, only to have the price shoot up or down suddenly and require me to slowly put it at the price I want.
There's no reason why it should take me like 5 minutes to put 4 items in my vendor. (exaggerated for dramatic effect, but Jesus Christ does it feel like it takes that long)
Edit: As u/pjthekiller also suggested, add this to setting the number for all stackables, in situations such as trading, dropping items, transferring things to stash, etc.
Edit 2: To clarify, I'm on PS4. Yes I know I can use the triggers/bumpers. It doesn't change my opinion on this matter. This is a basic QOL change.
Link to the video. ***not to ask her lol sorry just finished a final
Starts off the video talking about not posting on Instagram for ~a week~ because she wanted to take a break
Says a lot of her subscribers are angry that she hasn’t posted anything regarding BLM and that this is her video to address them so she won’t have to say this again whenever something else in the world happens
Says she decided to upload a video when she was ready because it’s her platform and she can do whatever she wants because its her life
Tells her subscribers if they feel some type of way because she doesn’t speak on anything important or take a stance that they should grow their own platform and speak about it
Says she gets nervous to talk about “politics” (her and her husband are Trump supporters + human rights abuses aren’t political) because it makes her uncomfortable
Says she’s a human with feelings + mental health issues so everyone should cut her some slack
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Its pretty much in the title, I don't have a budget to show right now because I'm more in the planning faze to figure out how much we will need to save to make it worth it. I'll also have a 600 watt PSU once my new one comes in tomorrow. The computer only needs to be able to play minecraft and do some simple work that a chrome book could handle. But if it has the extra CPU space it might also permanently run a small (5 people max) server as well.
edit: since this is an asking for suggestions post and I've got plenty of suggestions I'm going to flair it as solved but I'm still all ears!
Every. Single. College. I have applied to has made me fill out a race/ ethnicity box. I understand that colleges are trying to fill a quota on diversity but that really shouldn’t matter. I personally think it should be based more academic scholar and economic disadvantage- not trying to make your college look ‘more diverse’. It’s just aggravating seeing my friends get denied into colleges while having straight As and an amazing record of after school activities and then seeing another kid apply to the same college and get in with worse grades (although on the same sports team but with less awards etc) but just so happen to be a minority.
[Edit] First things first from where I’m living currently my option is extremely unpopular because a lot of my peers use it as an advantage. Second thing is I’ll admit that I do not know what both of their applications looked like so there’s absolutely more to it then just race. I just don’t like that that’s something that matters in the first place.... keep reading on reddit ➡