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Lias 7 month s ago
Don't let your crotch goblins run around like maniacs at restaurants.
       
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Onnie 7 month s ago
#38, caveat...unless you are commenting on the size of their penis.
       
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Tine 7 month s ago
Onnie, *complementing*. But still no.
       
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Theodora 7 month s ago
Tine, I think you mean 'complimenting'. Think spelling doesn't matter? Read it again and think about what you just said.

#29 People who own dangerous animals, such as dogs which are violently and needlessly 'over-protective'. if you can't train that mentally unstable pos vermin, put it down. Your animal is out of control, which makes you no different than a person firing a gun into a crowd.
       
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Ernest 7 month s ago
Theodora, “no different than a person firing a gun into a crowd” - think about what you just said Cleetus 35 It’s entirely different.
       
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Martin 7 month s ago
Ernest, green
       
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Nicey 7 month s ago
#6 Elevators, too.
       
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Jahoda 7 month s ago
All these are NOT applicable for us Indians in India...and in abroad, we are rude with our own folks and polite to other people.. belay
       
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Nap 7 month s ago
#32 Perfumes and colognes are iffy. If you drown yourself in the scents, don't. A little goes a long way. You want to smell nice and leave a hint of a waft if someone is close to you. If you have allergies and can't tolerate scents? Invest in medication to curb those, and don't complain about prescriptions being too expensive, there are a myriad of otc allergy meds that work wonders. You can also wear a mask or a personal ionizer around your neck to combat the air around your immediate space. Use them! The world can't revolve around your afflictions entirely so it's your responsibility to protect yourself first. But, EVERYONE should wear deodorant! And yes, little tots get body odor too.
       
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Alexandria 7 month s ago
Don't waste anything. Don't waste time, talent, your own ability, material things, other people's time, opportunity, advice, money, people's feelings, your education, just don't waste things.
       
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Rick 7 month s ago
Wearing a hat at the table. My dad was military and would yell if we had a hat on and sat down to eat.
       
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Frannie 7 month s ago
Rick,

...and why should anyone else follow that rule?
       
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Sibbie 7 month s ago
Frannie,

We are all Rick’s Dad’s kids.
       
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Sibbie 7 month s ago
I’ve seen the one about borrowing a car and returning it with a full tank of ‘gas’. I’d say it depends on how long you’ve borrowed the car far and how much gas was in the tank to start with.
A full tank can be around £75. If I have used the car to run a small to medium errand, the cost is too much. If I can’t afford a car, and am borrowing yours, I probably can’t afford £75. Let me cook you dinner or something and refill the gas to its original level.
       
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