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  TheMathMajor  |  26

It always bothered me that the titles used for women tell you about their marital status, but for men it doesn't, as if women always have to be defined by their partner or lack of partner. That also goes for the unwritten rule that the woman has to change her name when she gets married to signify her changing from her father's family to her husband's. It's a really archaic idea that women always have to be defined by their relationships with men. Sorry for the fem-rant, I'll stop now.

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  Posthuman  |  26

47, you don't have to change your name when you get married. You can keep your maiden name, or combine both like this "maiden name-husband's surname"

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  skyeyez9  |  23

I have relatives who live in Okinawa. Their "winter" is around 50-55 deg and they think that is cold. They will have the heavy blankets and heaters on. Its on the same latitude as the Bahamas (hot and extremely humid). On the other hand, they are used to the heat there and barely break a sweat, while me when I visit am sweating nonstop and miserable.

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  infamous1212  |  10

I'm from Manitoba as well, last year was the only mild winter I can remember. It was still -30 degrees Celsius every now and again. I guess if you're from a warmer climate you don't adjust well. Then again we can have a 90 to 100 degree difference between winter and summer.

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  skyeyez9  |  23

I email them fairly often. They said it does get pretty hot at times, but winters are brutal. We get bad winters here in CO, but not that bad! I enjoy winters to go skiing, but not to the point the cold will give you frostbite if your skin is exposed for more than 2 minutes type of cold!

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Norther Cal is in the Sierra Nevada mount range, it gets cold. Less then an hour of diving (in Oregon same mountain range) I can go from 1000 ft to the 17000 ft sky resort. I've had my lifted suburban up to the headlights in snow before.

By  skyeyez9  |  23

They are the best for snuggles. One of my dogs recently passed away and I'd give anything to hug him again! Enjoy your dog's company, cause one day they will be gone and it will rip your heart out when they pass. No matter how prepared you think you are for that day. :(

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  TheMathMajor  |  26

My dog passed away on Christmas day last year, now that December is coming up, I'm thinking about her a lot :( I wish I could hug her again too, she was a good dog.

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  deegeebee  |  10

Aww, I know the feeling. But just think of how many wonderful years of friendship you had! Nobody can take those beautiful memories away from you :) don't remember them for when they died, but for when they lived. Hang in there

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  loserman67  |  34

And before the onslaught of comments, NO, I have never done this, I do not even own a dog. Unfortunately, my son's former college roommate got caught several times with their friends dog and a jar of peanut butter. They broke him of the habit by getting him kicked out of the house.

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