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  vadaaa  |  11

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

I'm right there with you, 1. Also, OP, thank you for having manners by opening doors for others. My boyfriend insists on opening the door for me (which took me a while to get used to) and once in a while, he's stuck holding the door for 20 people. But he refuses to stop opening doors for others first and, OP, I hope you keep doing it as well :).

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  lionheart822  |  13

@52- umm sorry to disappoint but nowhere in OP's post does it mention them holding the door for anyone else. Unless I missed something? And wow is your boyfriend "Good Guy Greg" lol jk, it's actually very kind of him. I'd on the other get impatient and frustrated after just a few people.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

55, thanks for pointing that out. My bad. And when I finally got used to my boyfriend opening the door for me, I was in Alaska, visiting family. I stood at the door for a good long moment, waiting for him to open the door, while he was 4,000 miles away. I felt like such a dork but I was able to laugh at myself. I still thank him every time. But when he holds the door for a while, for strangers, he starts saying, "You're welcome!" so someone takes a hint.

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  gc327072  |  29

"today, I was hit in the face with a deer pelt. As I was recovering, I was hit in the face with a deer pelt again. The whole clan laughed. FMT" (fuck my tribe) By- yurts hate me.

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  Welshite  |  39

Doc, I'm a walking disaster. Some people just pulled the short end of the stick when it comes to un-coordination and clumsiness. I stand beside the OP, my bumbling brother of gracelessness.

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