If I don't have my hand raised, I don't know or don't want to respond. Simple. Besides, if I'm constantly getting chosen, it makes me want to be or silent during class or just not do anything, not make me want to participate. Not to mention the 'You don't know???" bull. Yeah, I DON'T know. The hint is no hand in the air.
Edit: Jesus Christ I get it. It's to get socialized, I mean when a person raises their hands, doesn't get picked, then doesn't raise their hand for the next and gets picked. Maybe I should've put that in, but that's what I meant. I also understand this might be 'popular' to some but I've never seen it on here. If you're truly hurt by this post, downvote and ignore.
Edit 2: Yes, I have anxiety. And no, no therapy yet. Some of you guys are assholes, gotta say. Kinda teared up reading some of these replies.
If you’re waiting for the objection scene, you already missed the boat, and you’re about to ruin someone’s wedding.
Edit: it’s obviously not at every wedding. It’s definitely on the books in the Church of England and Roman Catholicism, though some parishes allow it to be omitted. I’ve personally been to 3 weddings where it was said, though the misconception stands even if it isn’t actually said.
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The original post has been removed and I’m not sure why, I didn’t have any messages about it. The TLDR is I have a friend, Kate, and I wanted her to be my best man. My fiancée disapproved and we got into a fight about it.
My fiancée and I ended up making up and reconciling a few days later. We were talking compromises and it was still a touchy subject but I thought it was going good and we’d recover. I wish I could leave it at that.
She’s now my ex-fiancée. A little over two weeks after our fight a friend of Jas contacted me. She told me Jasmin had been venting to her friends over the Kate situation and she couldn’t keep quiet any longer because it wasn’t fair to me. This friend sent me messages between Jasmin and them where Jasmin is essentially talking about not trusting me and Kate and saying some prett... keep reading on reddit ➡
Auckland Buses outlined below
Monday, August 10: Bus number 670, between 9.13am and 9.39am, 91 Carr Rd, Mt Roskill (Stop 1365) to 28 Mason Ave, Otahuhu (Stop 7025)
Monday 10 August: Bus number 670, between 11.38 am and 12.31pm, from Otahuhu Town Centre (Stop 1356) to Rosebank Rd, Avondale (Stop 1456).
Wednesday, August 12: Bus number 75, between 9.44am and 10.04am, from 351 Remuera Rd (Stop 7415) to 83 Symonds St (Stop 7149)
Wednesday, August 12: Bus number 22N, between 10.30am and 1.04pm, from the Symonds Street Overbridge (Stop 7162) to New North Rd (Stop 8200)
Friday, August 14: Bus number 22N, between 08.33am and 8.47am, from 4 Symonds St (Stop 7146) to 63 Morningside Drive (Stop 8666)
Friday, August 14: Bus number 22R, between 6.06pm and 6.16pm, from 65 Morningside Drive (Stop 8861) to 25 Symonds St (Stop 7147)
Saturday, August 15: Bus number 22N, between 08.37am and 8.48am, from 4 Symonds St (Stop... keep reading on reddit ➡
[Medina] Gregg Popovich on the Spurs' playoff streak ending (1998-2020): "That’s fake news. That’s total fake news! Lots of guys have been telling me the streak hasn’t ended! I talk to people all the time. They call me. They tell me, ‘Pop, the streak didn’t end! It didn’t end!'"
Pop has never strayed from his stance on Trump, and made it known yet again today...
(Via Eric Woodyard) Spurs coach Gregg Popovich calls President Trump “racist” when discussing the impact of local politics. “Obviously, nothing’s happening from the top. We have a president who is obviously racist by any measure so the local grassroots, politicians have to take the lead."
I believe there are some folks that need to hear things like this from Popovich. It may not be right that a white male needs to say these things to get through to some, but it’s a hard truth.
I own my own business, and one of my rules is that my employees have to either call me "sir" or use my last name. They are not allowed to call me by my first name. I'm not old by any means, but this was always the rule when I was coming up and I think it is a good rule especially since a lot of people in the work force today don't know how to behave and take advantage of the freedoms they are given.
My mother and stepfather came to me recently and asked me if I could find work for my stepfather. I usually don't hire family or friends. It is asking for trouble IMO, but I made an exception this time because of their financial situation.
I did mention my rule to him when he had orientation, but either he wasn't paying attention or decided not to follow it and ended up calling me by my first name. That didn't bother me because sometimes new employees make mistakes. I politely pulled him aside and reminded him of the rule. He said he understood and it wouldn't happen again except it did... keep reading on reddit ➡
i dunno why but falling asleep on call is a heck of a lot easier when you’re content and talking to someone you love
just letting u know that boy deserves a whole lot
EDIT: posted a screenshot of our call on my profile :)