By howard1954 / Monday 8 June 2015 15:08 / United States - San Francisco
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  mds9986  |  24

Not usually, but the basics are good to know in the long run. Just giving the person advice so she doesn't make the same mistake again in the future.

  BeastyMcbeast  |  19

Its like saying "loose" when you mean "lose" or "too" when you mean "to." The basics are important because it usually totally changes the definition of a sentence. Small things like periods in quotations at the end of quotes and that kind of stuff doesn't matter on here usually.

  JohnTheDonJuan  |  11

Your math is flawed. You're assuming that the circumstances are controlled completely by chance. which they rarely are in the physical universe we occupy. Just a for instance, the guy probably has a track record of either being a good guy or a bad guy which skews the odds in one direction or the other. Just because there is two outcomes doesn't mean the odds are 50/50. You must factor in all the possible mitigating factors to obtain the true odds. which as I said before is rarely if not ever 50/50. argument slain.

By  cheeeksss  |  29

OP, I am literally going through the exact same thing. My mom dislikes my boyfriend and keeps making remarks on how our relationship will fail; and she too, has not met my boyfriend.
Honestly, don't let it get to you. I was letting my mom's opinion and remarks fill my head and I argued with my boyfriend over it. But I realized what I was doing before it was too late. My mom isn't in the relationship, therefore her opinion isn't what counts. I hope you don't let it bother you too much. If your boyfriend makes you happy, that's all that counts. Best of luck.

  countryb_cth  |  38

No, what OP's parents said was over the top. They haven't even meet the guy yet and they're already bashing him. That's not being protective, that's being overprotective and jugemental. I feel bad for you OP, as long as he makes you happy try not to worry about what your parents think.

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