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Active fantasy life does not mean you are cheating

There are 115 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Mar 4, 2008, titled Active fantasy life does not mean you are cheating. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

DEAR ABBY: My co-workers and I have been talking, and we disagree on this. Is fantasizing about someone other than your partner cheating? I say no.

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Rational

La Grange Park, IL

#105 Mar 6, 2008
nova0311 wrote:
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Be honest, Rational. You just watch it for the episode where Adam finally goes too far and kills himself, and Jamie shakes his head in an "I told you so" manner. Kind of like how I watch Survivorman to see if this is the time when the crew finds Les face down in the snow, frozen solid.
Its funny you mention that because with Survivorman that is exactly why I watch it!! I crack up because by day 4 or so Les gets so irritable and starts losing it. He whines and complains to the camera, gets frustrated with it and stuff. I have been waiting for the episode where the final tape just shows him going bonkers and taking all his clothes off and running wild into the forest never to be seen again.

“<insert witty comment here>”

Since: Jul 07

United States

#107 Mar 6, 2008
Rational wrote:
Its funny you mention that because with Survivorman that is exactly why I watch it!! I crack up because by day 4 or so Les gets so irritable and starts losing it. He whines and complains to the camera, gets frustrated with it and stuff. I have been waiting for the episode where the final tape just shows him going bonkers and taking all his clothes off and running wild into the forest never to be seen again.
That would really be funny! He does whine a lot, doesn't he? But I do get a lot of great ideas from the show, it's very informative.
EEE

Chicago, IL

#108 Mar 6, 2008
nova0311 wrote:
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I'm home now after the commute from hell. Thanks a lot...
Right there with ya. I woke up to it this morning.

I almost need to pull out some Billy Ray Cyrus just to hear something new. Almost.

“<insert witty comment here>”

Since: Jul 07

United States

#109 Mar 6, 2008
EEE wrote:
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Right there with ya. I woke up to it this morning.
I almost need to pull out some Billy Ray Cyrus just to hear something new. Almost.
Aw man, why did you have to go and mention him? Now I have an achy breaky headache...
someone

United States

#110 Mar 6, 2008
nova0311 wrote:
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Aw man, why did you have to go and mention him? Now I have an achy breaky headache...
Im pretty lucky....I have Big Country, byt the band Big Country from the album Big Country in my head

Im not expecting to grow flowers in the deserrrrrt
EEE

Chicago, IL

#111 Mar 6, 2008
nova0311 wrote:
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Aw man, why did you have to go and mention him? Now I have an achy breaky headache...
I'm taking kickbacks from Apple to try to force you into assimilating.

Buy a pod, man. Resistance is futile.

“<insert witty comment here>”

Since: Jul 07

United States

#112 Mar 6, 2008
EEE wrote:
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I'm taking kickbacks from Apple to try to force you into assimilating.
Buy a pod, man. Resistance is futile.
I tried, I really did. The one I got was one of the little skinny ones and it only held 25 songs. Now why would I want to listen to the same 25 songs over and over?

If I get a bigger one ($250) then I have to pay to download all the songs I like, then arrange them all into playlists, then import then onto the iPod. Too much hassle. There are a few radio stations I like, and I can listen to them for free (and they have a much wider selection than I can get from iTunes on a budget.)
EEE

Chicago, IL

#113 Mar 6, 2008
nova0311 wrote:
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I tried, I really did. The one I got was one of the little skinny ones and it only held 25 songs. Now why would I want to listen to the same 25 songs over and over?
If I get a bigger one ($250) then I have to pay to download all the songs I like, then arrange them all into playlists, then import then onto the iPod. Too much hassle. There are a few radio stations I like, and I can listen to them for free (and they have a much wider selection than I can get from iTunes on a budget.)
I have a very love-hate relationship with my ipod. But I'm an audiobook addict and can't live without it.

In London you can hire people to organize your music for you.

“<insert witty comment here>”

Since: Jul 07

United States

#114 Mar 6, 2008
EEE wrote:
I have a very love-hate relationship with my ipod. But I'm an audiobook addict and can't live without it.
In London you can hire people to organize your music for you.
No kidding. How much do they make? I suddenly have a summer job for my kids. Can they telecommute and do it over the Internet?
Stina

Saint Petersburg, FL

#115 Mar 6, 2008
Rational wrote:
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Well she has gotten better. When she lived with her roommate it was out of control. I mean I would go over there, walk in the kitchen and out of disgust I would feel compelled to clean it.
She usually doesnt let the dishes sit around anymore. But she still has not learned how to wipe down the counters and stuff like that (again, for those ladies sharpening your knives right now, believe me I do my fair share, I do more than my fair share, and that can be a cause of frustration for me from time to time) she is a minimalist. She will do the very, very least amount she can to get by. Ya know? Sometimes I just shut down and wont clean either to show her what its like, but then I figure I am being really stupid because thats exactly what she wants. She is completely content to live like that if I let her. So then I go on a tirade, start cleaning furiously around the house. Usually this is enough now to get the message accross that I am displeased with the way we are living and then she starts "actin right" (Ooohhhh! Oooohhh! I know Im gonna get it for that saying!:P)
Not from me!!!:-) I am in Florida... all I can picture are the massive FL roaches that would attract!!! I can't argue if "actin' right" means being an adult and cleaning up after yourself!
someone

United States

#116 Mar 6, 2008
Stina wrote:
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Not from me!!!:-) I am in Florida... all I can picture are the massive FL roaches that would attract!!! I can't argue if "actin' right" means being an adult and cleaning up after yourself!
and ummm Rational

ever see Secretary?

maybe your gf is acting up so you will give her the spanking she so very much deserves :)
Rational

La Grange Park, IL

#117 Mar 6, 2008
someone wrote:
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and ummm Rational
ever see Secretary?
maybe your gf is acting up so you will give her the spanking she so very much deserves :)
LOL! that movie was twisted!
Stina

Saint Petersburg, FL

#118 Mar 7, 2008
someone wrote:
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and ummm Rational
ever see Secretary?
maybe your gf is acting up so you will give her the spanking she so very much deserves :)
NO WAY!!! I LOVED that movie!!!
nana

Mesa, AZ

#119 Mar 11, 2008
Don't have so much stuff and you won't have such a messy house. Why should the husband clean when he's just spent the whole day and work and you've just spent the whole day at home. No comparison to having to go to work all day and staying home all day-don't care how many kids you have. You wanted the kids, now you take care of it. Crazy women out there that think they're entitled to everything-it's a testament to the power of the human imagination that you got pregnant in the first place. Clean your house and raise your damn kids and quit complaining while you head to the mall to buy more JUNK!
jason bourne

Hammond, IN

#120 Mar 11, 2008
Yeah right, cause your sex life is all that! All you slobs out there make more excuses for your messy homes. Lappers!

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