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LittleMissRachel wrote:Dogs are silly. I want a cat. =P

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They are silly.

I like doggies, but I'm enjoying cat ownership much more. I advocate this cat thing. Go get a cat.


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LittleMissRachel wrote:Dogs are silly. I want a cat. =P

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Orc wants a cat too. . . I've found a couple I'm not allergic to, but I still have problems with kitty litter.

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KtCallista wrote:dname isn't the only one allowed to want a dog. Orc has never had a dog, we need a dog. . . we just don't have space for one right now.

Cats are fun to watch and they are goofy but I don't miss owning (or being owned) by a cat.

Love my doggies though. Pondering getting Maisy a friend when this damn house finally sells and we move to a new place.



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KtCallista wrote:Orc wants a cat too. . . I've found a couple I'm not allergic to, but I still have problems with kitty litter.



One-third of people who are allergic to cats keep them anyway!

I am among that portion. Well, I was, but exposure gradually reduced my symptoms to practically nothing.

I have problems with kitty litter, too. In that I don't like scooping it. Because I am lazy.


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SkekTek wrote:I just wish I could have a pet. Wife also says she's allergic. I wanna dog sooooo bad. Bird's fine, but you can't snuggle with a parakeet.


So get a bigger bird. Parrots/macaws are quite intelligent and snuggleable. Of course they're also expensive and high-maintenance.

If you want cheap but fluffy, you can always go for a cute chick like this one:


or a big bootied chick like this one:


or if a dumb blond is more your style:


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DA59 wrote:Cats are fun to watch and they are goofy but I don't miss owning (or being owned) by a cat.

Love my doggies though. Pondering getting Maisy a friend when this damn house finally sells and we move to a new place.



Pro on cats- low maintenance, clean, fun to watch
Pro on dogs- fun to play with, companions, walks=exercise.
Con on both- wife claims to be allergic. Sigh.

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PemberDucky wrote:They are silly.

I like doggies, but I'm enjoying cat ownership much more. I advocate this cat thing. Go get a cat.



I would, but my current apartment doesn't allow pets.

Once I move, though...both of the boys want a cat, too, which pretty much clinches the deal. =)

LMR's opinions are like margaritas: intoxicating, and best taken with a bit of salt.

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SkekTek wrote:Pro on cats- low maintenance, clean, fun to watch
Pro on dogs- fun to play with, companions, walks=exercise.
Con on both- wife claims to be allergic. Sigh.



They do make shots for animal allergies.

I had cats all my life.
I had dogs all my life (although they were in the back yard only, not in the house).

My cat allergy didn't develop until I was in my 20s. It's not sever, I just get all itchy and my face gets all red and blotchy. I deal with it. Some cats aren't as bad as others, like I can play with my friend's Himilayen without problems (sorry no spell check at work).

I had a friend who was allergic to dog dandruff. She found a breed she wasn't allergic to and got that.

I know of another woman who got a monthly shot so her husband could have hunting dogs which lived outside.

There are compromises, a low shedding dog living outside. A well groomed animal, with some medical intervention. All are options.

Now kitty litter, besides being nasty, actually gives me headaches. I'm not sure if it's the dust or the fragrences or what, but yeah it's not good.

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SkekTek wrote:Pro on cats- low maintenance, clean, fun to watch
Pro on dogs- fun to play with, companions, walks=exercise.
Con on both- wife claims to be allergic. Sigh.


a) Have her prove it
b) bath the dog more often

I'm way more allergic to cats than dogs.



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SkekTek wrote:Pro on cats- low maintenance, clean, fun to watch
Pro on dogs- fun to play with, companions, walks=exercise.
Con on both- wife claims to be allergic. Sigh.



I keep seeing the word "claims."



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

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DA59 wrote:a) Have her prove it
b) bath the dog more often

I'm way more allergic to cats than dogs.



My little sister's the opposite. Has a real problem with parents' dog and a terrible time with my brother's husky.

I didn't buy it at first; I thought she was just being a pansy. But then she went to the allergist and I got schooled.

I still say she's a pansy.


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Got a wedding to attend in September. Starts at 3:30 in the afternoon and the reception will run well into the evening. It's indoors.

What should I wear?


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PemberDucky wrote:Got a wedding to attend in September. Starts at 3:30 in the afternoon and the reception will run well into the evening. It's indoors.

What should I wear?



How formal is the wedding?

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PemberDucky wrote:Got a wedding to attend in September. Starts at 3:30 in the afternoon and the reception will run well into the evening. It's indoors.

What should I wear?



Well, clothing would be the obvious choice.

Maybe not the magical pants-of-one-thousand-smells though.


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Turken wrote:Well, clothing would be the obvious choice.

Maybe not the magical pants-of-one-thousand-smells though.



But...magic!

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KtCallista wrote:How formal is the wedding?



Trying to figure that out. Hard to know. Jewish dude from wealthy family marrying girl from Oakland. Diversity. Both very laid-back people by nature, but their families...not as much.

Turken wrote:Well, clothing would be the obvious choice.

Maybe not the magical pants-of-one-thousand-smells though.



Note to self:
Wear clothes to wedding, but not pants.

ETA: I wonder how many chicks I could snag if I told them I have *~magic pants~*


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PemberDucky wrote:Note to self:
Wear clothes to wedding, but not pants.

You can wear one of those formal pantsuit thingies. That's what I bought for 2 weddings last year.



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PemberDucky wrote:Note to self:
Wear clothes to wedding, but not pants.



Where is the wedding? Formal place, not so formal, or could be either?

Was the invitation really formal or kinda average?

If you aren't super close to the couple some nice dress slacks and a pretty blouse would probably work. If it's more formal start thinking dress.

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PemberDucky wrote:Got a wedding to attend in September. Starts at 3:30 in the afternoon and the reception will run well into the evening. It's indoors.

What should I wear?



Whatever provides max tat exposure.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

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pooflady wrote:I keep seeing the word "claims."



Yes, because she is ADAMANT about not getting a pet cuz she's not getting shots. I think she just dislikes dogs and cats.

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KtCallista wrote:Where is the wedding? Formal place, not so formal, or could be either?

Was the invitation really formal or kinda average?

If you aren't super close to the couple some nice dress slacks and a pretty blouse would probably work. If it's more formal start thinking dress.



I really don't know. Union Station in LA. Looks very big...can't tell if that means the wedding will be formal or not.

Invitation was fairly average. They're relying more heavily on their Web site to communicate with guests.

Been pals with the groom for a long time. Hubs has been friends with him since elementary school or something ridiculous.

Nice blouse + nice pants is probably a safe bet. Hopefully.


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AZGman wrote:Whatever provides max tat exposure.



Yes!!!

How will I tastefully display the one on my ribcage, I wonder.


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PemberDucky wrote:Yes!!!

How will I tastefully display the one on my ribcage, I wonder.



Midriff halter top

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

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PemberDucky wrote:Yes!!!

How will I tastefully display the one on my ribcage, I wonder.



cutouts?

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AZGman wrote:Midriff halter top



no1 wrote:cutouts?



Excellent suggestions, both. This calls for sequins and abdominal crunches!


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DA59 wrote:You can wear one of those formal pantsuit thingies. That's what I bought for 2 weddings last year.



I just saw this other legitimate suggestion!

Something along those lines might be safest.

Alright, no, I got this. I'll wear the formal pantsuit with a sparkly bikini top underneath so that when the time comes for max tat exposure, I can just take off the jacket. And since it'll be a sparkly bikini top, I imagine it'll be formal enough for a wedding.


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Never get in the way of a chick question.

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AZGman wrote:Never get in the way of a chick question.



Nonsense, I solicit advice from all genders.
And by "all," I probably just mean "both."


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PemberDucky wrote:I just saw this other legitimate suggestion!

Something along those lines might be safest.

Alright, no, I got this. I'll wear the formal pantsuit with a sparkly bikini top underneath so that when the time comes for max tat exposure, I can just take off the jacket. And since it'll be a sparkly bikini top, I imagine it'll be formal enough for a wedding.



I hope you can pull it off. . . I know I couldn't!

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evening all.

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PemberDucky wrote:Nonsense, I solicit advice from all genders.
And by "all," I probably just mean "both."



you forgot about no1

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bye all. Gotta get Ver2 shoes and a hair ribbon for the wedding. Gonna get some time with a friend too, hopefully. Gotta go take care of all those details and start packing (finish my don't forget list) and get ready to swap cars with LMR tomorrow.

See ya

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Evening all!

I got 10 hours of CPE today in about 6 hours. Score!!

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kdccrosby wrote:Evening all!

I got 10 hours of CPE today in about 6 hours. Score!!



PM, kid!

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joyner wrote:PM, kid!



PM back - thanks!

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Skek, hope you have survived your mowing adventures. It is too bad it will never make it to youtube. Why don't you try to re-create it?

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SkekTek wrote:I don't think the water will kill them. Just make them very very mad. I like the poison idea. Death to wasps!



when I was a kid we had a nest in the garden,we got some gasoline soaked rags on a pole, lit them and draped them over the nest entrance.

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kdccrosby wrote:PM back - thanks!



back at u!

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Good evening all.



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Hi there Poof

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