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abby03-03

LW1 - Why do people think they have a right to decide who is invited to another person's wedding? LW2 - Your friend does need professional help. LW3 - Ewwww. Give him 30 days notice and find someone who can afford to buy their own personal items.  (Mar 3, 2015 | post #4)

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Abby 1.12.15

LW1 - Does she understand now why the fiance broke up with him? She has named about a million deal breakers. Hello? Is anyone home?  (Jan 12, 2015 | post #8)

Chicago, IL

Ask Amy 1-6-15

LW1 - First, $100 doesn't even cover food for your son let alone any of the perks he is enjoying. Second, the first time he called me a name, he would find out that his fat ass is for cushioning the fall on the sidewalk. Third, where is your wussy husband in all this?  (Jan 6, 2015 | post #3)

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Ask Amy 1-4-15

LW1 - They allow junior high kids to marry in San Jose?  (Jan 4, 2015 | post #11)

Chicago, IL

Amy 12-7

Go RACE! LW1 - It is her wedding. Just go as guests and wish her happiness. A guy having to give away a woman is so 17th century. LW2 - Box up the excess toys in front of her. There are thousands of kids who hardly have anything. Also, next time she calls for the mortgage payment, tell her no. Amy did have a good point about something else wrong with the MIL.  (Dec 7, 2014 | post #5)

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abby 12-7

LW1 - Team Pellen. Get used to it or get to the gym, the plastic surgeon or get used to it. LW2 - Team Pellen. Also, they generally don't put people in jail for a first offense. He is a criminal, get used to spending Christmas without him. LW3 - She has bigger problems than shirt colors. Order what was voted on and she will probably not buy a shirt.  (Dec 7, 2014 | post #5)

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abby 11-21

LW3 - Here is what you do. You are waiting and she finally is ready. At that point run back into the house and do something. It doesn't matter what it is as long as she has to wait for you. Do this every single time until she stops doing it to you. What she is doing is a power play over you. If you are waiting for her, she has the power. This is also true of people who are constantly late. It is their way of controlling you.  (Nov 21, 2014 | post #6)

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Abby 11-7

Your example of your MILs house is what I was picturing as a shrine. Old posters, movie tickets, prom flowers still hanging on the walls. Those things weren't important any more after going to college. I'm sure there are still shrines in some of the houses in the town where I grew up. Emphasis on the "grew up". Shrine rooms are kind of weird, IMO.  (Nov 8, 2014 | post #33)

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Abby 11-7

My room was turned into a guest room fairly soon after I left for college. I was only about 2 hours away and would come home regularly. I slept in my room but I never felt slighted because I didn't live there more. I guess I grew up and had no need for my room emotionally. A kid who would feel slighted because her room didn't become a shrine until she, herself, retired needs more help than a room can give them. The LW's husband is making a problem that might not even exist.  (Nov 8, 2014 | post #25)

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Amy 11-7

LW2 - I ran into the same thing when I dated a guy with two teenagers. It was exactly as she described. I didn't say much but years after I stopped dating the guy, he told me that the older one was complaining because no girl would go out with him after the first date. He asked his dad why he didn't teach him any manners. It was karma.  (Nov 7, 2014 | post #6)

Chicago, IL

Abby 11-7

LW1 - What is wrong with storing some of the daughter's things in the basement or wherever and turning the room back into a guest room? The daughter can still stay over in that room when she is home. It's not like the guest room is off limits to family members. There is no reason to set up a shrine to the daughter now that she is rarely there.  (Nov 7, 2014 | post #18)

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piano-legs hillary should drop prez. run.

Much better. You are improving. Your last post was almost readable. Your first three posts, not so much.  (Nov 6, 2014 | post #9)

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piano-legs hillary should drop prez. run.

Many people find it difficult to make their points understood without using derogatory Terms and using unsuitable- for-public discourse name-calling. But if they would try to get their ideas across without these infantile crutches, they could be understood by many more people that they are endeavoring to bring to their side of the argument.  (Nov 5, 2014 | post #7)

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piano-legs hillary should drop prez. run.

Your inability, and "looser's ", to use the language of the United States correctly compromises your credibility. People will simply not take you seriously.  (Nov 5, 2014 | post #4)

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piano-legs hillary should drop prez. run.

Looser" than what? Your attempt to be clever is trumped by your inability to spell "loser".  (Nov 5, 2014 | post #2)

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