News from omgtaylord

  1. Always had a thing for Jackie from Roseanne.

  2. Magneto. I love his attitude, his motivation (even if I don't agree with every aspect of it) and his powers. It takes some creativity and moxy to be Magneto :)

  3. I was a young (F) teen and used soap as lubricant and proceeded to sit in a tub of water and cry

  4. Mine is Oh em gee Taylor D, which is based on my maiden name... My last name hasn't started with a D since 2017. So Idk. Either my past self would have to save me or the zombies would just be in total awe that it's me. OMG!

  5. I want to believe that they're benevolent beings and that's the only thing that can make me cool with it. I've heard someone once say that dogs are less intelligent than humans, and yet we love them. So hopefully a "higher" or more advanced lifeform would feel the same about us.

  6. Good quality watercolor paint, paper, and brushes.

  7. My mom said she wasn't surprised and my dad said it would be worse if I was a guy. Ugh. Not ideal but not the worst.

  8. It's hard to say. I think you just have to BELIEVE that you're the most likeable person in the room. Think it and remember that people around you are typically more concerned with themselves than how you're acting. And remember to talk to people about themselves rather than just you. People love to talk about themselves. Ask them questions about their outfit, their ideas, etc. It'll flow naturally and you'll rock it.

  9. Imagine being this egotistical. I'm sure you'll find somewhere else if you want to. Good luck and good on you for leaving a bad situation.

  10. I guess this counts as more than one thing, but our first family computer in 95 was an Acer that came with a book full of free CD ROM games. I've found a few online, but I'd love to have them all in one place again.

  11. It's no so much that I can't stand listening to it, but it's just the least aesthetically pleasing to me-Midwestern. Unless I'm watching Fargo. Fargo gets a pass.

  12. I remember this woman asking me why I didn't have any kids and that it was very selfish on my part not having any. I asked her why she decided to have four kids she can barely support, she said "how dare you!", to which I replied, "exactly"

  13. So it's fine for her to cross a social boundary with you but it's not okay for you to do the same thing? Pssh

  14. lol I was drunk af on Sunday and a friend kept telling me that my bf and I would make great parents and I just laughed loudly and kept saying "I LOOOOOOOVE BEING CHILDLESS I LOOOOOOOOOOOOVE ITTTTTT"

  15. It’s made you realize what a turd you are and now it’s made you ill

  16. Yes!! I’ve always considered it the hardest scene to watch out of literally ALL of them 😬🤦‍♀️

  17. I’ll give meditation a shot! I used to meditate often and have since fell off, which explains the struggle ope

  18. I forgot to mention meditation in my response, but yes, meditation is a life saver!

  19. The sounds get worse with any anxiety/irritability inducing aspect of your life. That is one thing that has been true across the board for me, at least. Quit smoking? Can’t handle someone eating near me. Stressed out about life? Please stop your dog from making all those weird mouth noises! Spoke to my mother in law? Oh my god if I hear one more drop of water, I’m going to rip all my hair out!!!

  20. I don’t want to have to pay for youtube premium, but I guess I have to if I don’t want to hear the cash app ads anymore. WHY do so many advertisements have slurping/dripping/liquid sounds?! It sends me into an absolute rage

  21. If there's one thing that all of this has taught me is that life is too short to force yourself to be around people you don't want to be around. She's going through it, and probably has guilt for not making the effort to understand her son, which is why she's clinging to you. You're the closest person to him, and maybe all that's left of him. However, that's her issue, and there's therapy for that. If you're not feeling it, don't prolong the inevitable. Just my two cents from someone in a similar spot.

  22. I actually appreciate this advice a lot because it’s nice to be validated and not treated like I’m bad for not wanting to be around her. It’s also a good point that she must feel guilty, which brings a lot of sense to her clinging to me. There are friends, but I was the closest person in his life. Thank you for that.

  23. I have GOT to try this. My husband was murdered in 2018 and both his glasses and wedding band have been missing ever since. I’d love to find out where they are.

  24. Have you read Alcohol Experiment or Naked Mind? I feel like books help me a ton.

  25. I haven’t read either. I’ve got the big book and I read The Easy Way to Stop Drinking.... which I’d heard good things about but uhhh it definitely didn’t work for me. I’ll check those out. Thank you

  26. I recommend this naked mind on audiobook. But I also found that quitting was really easy once I decided to do it. I had to stop pussyfooting around and make the decision. Wanting to quit is great and I ended up quitting for max 2 weeks at a time. But I needed to make the decision to quit. The shit ain’t for me anymore.

  27. You’re right. You really do have to set your mind to it. I know a book won’t solve anything for me, but it does help to keep it on my mind and read about it. These comments help a lot too, so thank you.

  28. It's definitely effected what I can and can't consume as far as entertainment goes.

  29. My favorite part about this is that you have a relationship with your friends where you can express the need to be held accountable, but also can tell them that you've felt alienated. Hurray for good friendships and communication skills! And pizza lol

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