@212844238@twitter I consider "does it look like I made an effort" but also, "does it look like I made too much of an effort"? "Does this make me look like too much of a slut" and "does this make me look like enough of a slut". So many opposing factors to keep in mind.
@Bittersweet Yes, that must be the next installment!
@highfivesforall I want to read the rest of that
@ListenMaudie YES! GINA makes it so that a positive genetic test for some risky gene CAN NOT be used against you as a pre-existing condition for anything other than life insurance. And it's been that way since 2008.
@harebell I mean if a person is lucky, college doesn't have to equal job training, but yeah, for a lot of people that didn't really work out. I wish I had done something like business or engineering. I think if a person is going to take out loans they need to have a serious think about the utility of going to college. For me it was the equivalent of a highly stressful vacation that I will be paying off for the next 8 years. I am hopeful that somewhere down the line that will change, but up till now it's been useless to me.
@fabel Right! So good.
@katiemcgillicuddy They really do! One commenter is just trolling.
This was the best. And congrats on the triplets! Even though it was a while ago.
@glitterary Yes these prom asks are SO CREEPY. And seven years after the fact, I am still super creeped out by the way I got asked to prom. I hate it and I wish I had said no! UGH. I feel so strongly about this for some reason.
@Bittersweet I took that section to mean that women are happy to have children when they are ready to have children, rather than wait until after they find someone they are willing to marry since that opportunity may never come along.