I like to harmonize tritones
Well now that I’m older I don’t fall for that rubbish anymore, thank God.
in about 6th or 7th grade, i accidently knocked out my friends adult tooth by hitting her metal waterbottle as she was drinking from it. she had to get a fake one which coste like over $2k. her dad wanted my parents to pay for the costs and i felt terrified to tell them so i told her dad that my dad lost his job and we were homeless and he felt bad and said he would let it slide. :)
I’m sure this question is totally new and definitely wasn’t asked yesterday, the day before yesterday, or the day before that, so I’m just gonna spam the sub with yet another question that I could look up Amazon reviews for~
It’s a bit difficult to figure where it all went wrong but I think that I just witnessed the truth between the vacation, the declaration, the unmentionable and my disappointment.
A bit of story time:
My partner and I both work in the service industry and I’ve been back since early May working around 60-80 hours a week and he’s been working around 30-35. I’ve been contributing more to household bills, savings and general expenses because he isn’t making as much.
He needed a vacation and I was going to lose my marbles without one. We planned a quick trip to a nearby town but then his friends got added onto it. It wasn’t that big of a deal but I wasn’t thrilled about sharing our vacation with other people but I didn’t have the mental capacity to explain what I wanted out of our vacation because I’m so exhausted and truly living day by day.
So the departure date quickly arrives but I’m in immense pain, my tooth is giving me all sorts of hell. This is where I tell myself that I need to... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I'll keep this short because it's a little ridiculous.
And I'll cut straight to it. I have a sweet tooth. Nothing devastating, but if there's a cupcake on the table I'll be tempted by it, calling my name. I'm also reasonably healthy (not overweight or diabetic).
So this weekend I happened to be under the same roof as my in-laws for a short weekend visit. My MIL in particular always comments on my sweet tooth. For example, when I expressed a desire to pick up cheesecake at this wonderful cafe that we only visit maybe once a year.
MIL: 'Cheesecake at 10 am? Tch tch'
I couldn't tell if she was joking or not so I laughed it off, see I've been ribbed over my sweeth tooth over the years. Sadly, we never did pick up cheesecake as we had more pressing matters to attend to.
The next day, there happened to be some leftover cupcakes from a family event on the table. I pick it up.
MIL (shaking her head):... keep reading on reddit ➡