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  1. Favorite Stand up Comedian?

    Monique Marvez!
  2. Jeff Bethke

    I love him! Both he and his wife are very inspirational people and their advice has been absolutely wonderful.
  3. If you're a Christian...what denomination?

    I'm Pentecostal. It was what I was baptized as was my mother and her side of the family. I was raised across four denominations actually. My mother is Pentecostal, father is Methodist, step-mother is Catholic, and for a while my father and step-mother decided they were Southern Baptist. I think I've always identified as Pentecostal because I spent most of my time with my mother and her side of the family as a child and I had more stability within that denomination than with my father and step-mother, who just couldn't make up their minds. It hasn't been until recently though that I have made the conscious choice to live in Pentecostalism.
  4. love languages?

    My primary love language is physical touch, which baffled me at first, but made perfect sense once I really looked at my life through that lens. My only problem? I come from a non-touchy-feely family, so I rarely ever get any.
  5. Would you date a guy who's still living at home?

    I wouldn't have a problem dating someone who still lives at home. I'm in the same boat myself.
  6. Not like that! Lol. I guess I just find it ironic that I've got three generations of people telling my I look like Lynda Carter, when I don't feel like I'm anywhere near as beautiful as she is.
  7. Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman. I don't see it, but I guess it could be worse.
  8. Is anyone prepared for or thinking of this possibility? Are you afraid of the adverse effects it may have on your relationships with your children and your significant other? Girls, how will you handle it if it happens? Will you take any preventative measures or deal with it as it comes? Guys, how will you help your wives deal with this, while dealing with your own emotions and reactions to it?
  9. Why do girls go to public restrooms in groups?

    @madhatter89: Wow... you completely took this the wrong way. I meet many women on a daily basis, it's kind of hard not to unless you're a recluse, and I have plenty of female friends. I never said every woman on this planet perpetuates the stereotypes, but in my experience, about 90% of them do. I never said just because a woman primps and wears make-up means she's intolerable either. Nor am I prejudiced towards my own sex. I love women, I love talking with other women and getting to know them, and I love being a woman. If I didn't I would've had a sex change years ago. I do prefer having male friends because we have more common interests and perceptions on things. I've never let stereotypes stop me from getting to know someone, woman or man. And actually, in the case of the woman I was referring to, she did not need help with something private, she just wanted company. If one of my friends had an immediate private problem she needed me for, I would not hesitate to get up and help her. But when you just want "company", and stand there tapping your foot on the tile floor in the middle of a restaurant, making a scene just because I won't go with you, then I have a problem. I am not going to baby you and go with you just to listen to you do your business and gossip about other people. That is complete idiocy. You can be a big girl and take care of yourself. Me not having these qualities and saying that's why I get along better with men is not messed up, it's a fact and it's the truth. And there's nothing wrong with that. Just because I don't go to the bathroom with a horde of females does not mean I am prejudiced towards my own sex. Just because I don't wear make-up and primp does not mean I am prejudiced towards my own sex. I really couldn't give two f**** if you do any of the above, I DON'T. And just because you DO, does not mean I automatically assume your not worthy of my time. I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't jump down my throat just because I get along better with men rather than women. Perhaps YOU should get to know ME before you start jumping on board with stereotypes about women like me, making ignorant assumptions, and slinging accusations.
  10. Daddy's Girl or Mommy's?

    Neither. I've never been close to either of my parents for a number of reasons. As an adult, I'd say I'm close to my stepmother, but that's just a recent development and I'm by no means a stepmommy's girl. With my own children, that will be an entirely different story. I plan on cultivating a strong, loving relationship with them as they grow, starting as soon as their conceived!
  11. Why do girls go to public restrooms in groups?

    I'm a girl, and I honestly have no idea why other girls do this. I've always gone to the restroom by myself and only go when I feel the need. I don't wear make-up so I have no need to primp or check myself. I don't even use hairspray or anything so I have no need to check my hair either. I don't like to gossip, so that's out too. And really, I don't want people listening to me do my business while they're waiting on me. That's just gross. It's private. I've gotten into many arguments with other girls about this, because I've refused to go with them. Which usually ends up with me saying something nasty like, "You really need me to hold your hand while you take a p***?" Yeah...guess that's why I get along better with guys!
  12. I admit I'm more partial to wanting girls, I've always imagined I would have more girls than boys for some reason. But I definitely want some boys too!
  13. Is it naive to want the fairy tale?

    @Mstr Josh: Firstly, the fact that you would sacrifice the people in your life over something materialistic is appalling. While it's true your hobbies can be an important part of you, they do not define you as a human being. You can live without them. If you can choose your cars over your wife and children, you shouldn't be starting a family in the first place. Would you abandon your family in the middle of a financial crisis because you had no extra money to contribute to your hobby? Would you leave them in the cold because you've decided you can afford your hobby if you didn't have to support them anymore? Giving up a hobby to save the life of a loved one is not killing your identity or dreams. If your child was on her deathbed are you really going to sit here and tell me you wouldn't give something up to ensure her the medicine and help she needs to survive? You would sit there and watch her die? What if your wife became diagnosed with cancer, would you refuse her treatment to try to stop the disease because you won't have any money to give to your cars? How can you say that is not selfish? That is the definition of selfishness. Choosing yourself and your own interests over someone else. Secondly, while some women don't have the support of a family, this is a risk you choose when you decide to follow this path. I know for a fact my family would support me in this type of situation. We've had many discussions similar to this. Thirdly, daycares are not all their cracked up to be. I've experienced them first hand. I don't prefer them. Children can be socialized outside of daycare. There are many other activities out there for children to experience different lifestyles and opinions other than their own. Frankly, I don't want my children influenced by another adult in the teacher role who can negate everything I am trying to teach them. When they are that young, I want them around the people who love them and can devote one-on-one, personalized time with them. At that age, I want them influenced by people I know who are good and kind and encourage similar teachings. At a daycare, you don't really know the person you leave your child with. They could have beliefs and methods completely different from your own that you'd rather not have your child subjected to. And a thought always in the back of my head: what if they are one of those few who slip through the cracks and now your child is added to the ever-growing list of child sexual abuse? Granted, this doesn't happen in most cases, but still something that scares me. Unknowingly putting my child in the hands of a monster. Financially speaking, spending $10,000 per year on one child is insane. Doubling it every time you have another and it starts becoming astronomical. Why pay so much money when you're wife can do it at home cheaper and practically for free? Where you know your child will be taught with the character and beliefs you want to instill in them as they grow?
  14. Suggest Songs This is more from a parent's perspective on wanting their daughter to WTM.