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  • Pot Help?!?

    I don't smoke pot and I'm not around it at all but the other day I went to visit my brother and his friends were smoking pot in his apartment. I made them go on the other side of the room and turn on the fan as I have a drug test to take in the next 72 hours so I need some help...how likely is it that I could fail the drug test from secondhand smoke?

    I went to visit him on Saturday in his apartment and was only there for two hours with the fan running full speed and his friends smoking one blunt and two bowls on the other side of the room. It's now Tuesday and I don't have to take my drug test till Saturday? How likely is it that I will fail the test?

    2 AnswersOther - General Health Care1 decade ago
  • Marjiuana help?

    I don't smoke pot at all and I'm not ever around it but the other day I went to visit my brother and his friends were smoking in his house. I made them go on the other side of the room and turn on the fan due to having an employment-related drug test in the next 72 hours so I need some help! How likely is it that I could fail my drug test from secondhand smoke??

    2 AnswersOther - Diseases1 decade ago
  • Pot help!?

    I don't smoke pot and I'm not around it at all but the other day I went to visit my brother and his friends were smoking pot in his apartment. I made them go on the other side of the room and turn on the fan as I have a drug test to take in the next 72 hours so I need some help...how likely is it that I could fail the drug test from secondhand smoke?

    13 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
  • How open are you with your siblings?

    My younger brother and I (I'm 25 and he's 21) are very open about everything including sex. We have discussed sex in all its forms without any weirdness because we were raised in a very liberal open family. However, it never ceases to amaze other people that we aren't the slightest bit freaked out by it.

    My brother can tell me about a girl he hooked up with the other night and I'm not bothered by it. Nor is he bothered by a discussion about a former lover of mine. We're very close and we hang out or talk to each other about once a week about anything and everything and its never been uncomfortable.

    Do you think this is unusual? If so, why?

    7 AnswersFamily1 decade ago
  • My dog doesn't understand what I want him to do, suggestions?

    I have a 11mo hound mix that I'm trying to work out basic training commands like 'sit' and 'lay down' etc. The problem is that he doesn't understand what I want him to do when I make him sit and then say "Lay down" and lower my hand on the floor with the training treat. Every time he stands up again and tries to eat the treat from a standing position but he won't LAY DOWN and I don't know how else to get him to understand what I want.. I tried pushing slightly on his shoulders when I say it but he just twists over and tries to mouth my hand because he thinks I'm playing with him.

    Help! Suggestions? Tips?

    5 AnswersDogs1 decade ago
  • Over-sensitive or Justified?

    Your husband says to you:

    "I prefer you slimmer but it's a preference not a problem."

    Are you hurt?

    29 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Which one is more jealous?

    As a general rule, which sex is more jealous? Is it bros before hoes or sisters before misters?

    3 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
  • Who's more jealous?

    As a general rule, which sex is more jealous? Is it bros before hoes or sisters before misters?

    5 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Controversial Question!?

    Hypothetically say you're in a relationship and you really truly love the other person more than anything. Say something happened to you and you weren't able to please that person anymore sexually but because you loved each other, your mate wouldn't want to stop being with you. Would you be willing to let another person sexually please your mate out of love? As long as you didn't have to deal with that other person directly?

    30 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • What does this say to you?

    I was going to post this in the Singles and Dating area but I think I need a married person's perspective on this.

    Here's the situation. Boy and girl are together for three years (living together for two) and boy breaks up with girl and takes off to somewhere else. Boy realizes he made a mistake and misses/loves girl and wants her back. Boy says so. Girl's response

    "I really really care about you and I still love you and miss you but right know I'm trying to find out what I want and need from my life"

    What is she really saying? Does our boy have hope?

    18 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Controversial Question!?

    I've found two examples of what I consider 'slim' and what I consider 'curvy'. Guys and girls are welcome to give their opinions. Lets settle this! Which of these two bodies is the most attractive to you?

    Slim:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    Curvy:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    20 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
  • Controversial Question!?

    I've found two examples of what I consider 'slim' and what I consider 'curvy'. Guys and girls are welcome to give their opinions. Lets settle this! Which of these two bodies is the most attractive to you?

    Slim:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    Curvy:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    13 AnswersOther - Skin & Body1 decade ago
  • Controversial Question!?

    I've found two examples of what I consider 'slim' and what I consider 'curvy'. Guys and girls are welcome to give their opinions. Lets settle this! Which of these two bodies is the most attractive to you?

    Slim:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    Curvy:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    7 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • Controversial question!?

    I've found two examples of what I consider 'slim' and what I consider 'curvy'. Guys and girls are welcome to give their opinions. Lets settle this! Which of these two bodies is the most attractive to you?

    Slim:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    Curvy:

    http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n148/CelticKitt...

    14 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style1 decade ago
  • My husband defends his sister?

    My husband and have a great relationship except for in one aspect, his family. His sister is my age and is constantly being negative toward and saying things like I'm a little 'chunky' and that so-and-so doesn't look good on me. I'm an attractive 24 year old woman with an hourglass figure (36D:40-30-40) and my husband loves it. His sister on the other hand is about 100lbs soaking wet and flat-chested and slim-hipped. But every time I mention that his sister said something hurtful he always just says she's 'always been that way' and that I should just accept that. I've told her I don't appreciate her sniping comments and she just laughs it off and says she's 'joking.' Should I just take this sort of abuse from this woman or am I right in thinking that my husband needs to tell his sister that it being being nasty to his wife won't be tolerated?

    17 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Someone's cheating, should you tell their spouse?

    Some of you may have read my previous question but this one is more of a general one. Here's the question: You know without a doubt that a friend of yours is cheating on his/her spouse and you are also friends/aquaintances with the spouse. I have known people on both sides of this regrettable situation and the opinions on this could not be more different. Some say, stay out of it because it isn't your place to meddle in another relationship and others say they couldn't feel like a very good friend if they carried a secret like that when then were friends with both people.

    What do you say?

    15 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Pregnant with another man's baby?

    My best friend of ten years has been cheating on her husband (their marriage has always been a violent one) over the last year and has gotten pregnant with her lover's child. Her husband finally found out just recently and says that he wants to start over again (though he thinks the baby is his) considering they have two young children together (one 4 and one almost 3). When her husband found out and confronted her lover (who was a long time coworker of his and hang-around pal) and demanded to know if he (the lover) loved my best friend and if so, was he willing to marry her and be good to her. The lover, of course, said nothing and refused to step up to the plate.

    17 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Should spouses call and let each other know if they are going to be late?

    My husband and I both work full time but his hours are more irregular than mine are which means he sometimes works on weekends as well. His schedule is posted on the fridge so he know when he is supposed to be in to work. My question is, if he's going to go do something else after work, should he call and let me know? I always call him if I'm even going to be a half hour late getting home or meeting him somewhere. I'm not talking about being twenty, thirty, or even an hour late. I'm talking about two and a half hours. I don't mind that he goes to visit his friends or whatever but I think its fair for him to at least leave me a message. Even something so simple as 'Going out for a while. Be back later'

    Am I being unreasonable for wanting him to at least call and tell me he's going to go do something after work?

    17 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Junior Bridesmaid and Flower girl hair?

    My mother is getting married next weekend and I'm her MOH. The rest of her wedding party consists of my aunt (her sister) and my aunt's two girls. THe oldest is eleven and the little one is eight. I'm doing the hair for the entire wedding party but I have no idea what to do for the kids. The oldest one has shoulder length straight hair with bangs and the youngest one has a short bob. Any suggestions on how to dress up their hair a little?

    12 AnswersWeddings1 decade ago
  • Creepy Guy in the office?

    I'm an administrative assistant in an open-office enviroment. There is a man that works nearby that is always coming over and bothering me. He comes behind my desk, picks things up ON MY DESK, and comes over and leans on my cubical and stares down my shirt. Everytime I wear a new shirt or change my haircolor he always comes over and starts asking me about it. He walks by me and says things like "Still happily married?" and laughs it off.

    It's really bothering me. I've tried to ignore him and give him one word answers. My HR person is aware of my discomfort with this guy and he's already been spoken to once about bothering me while I'm trying to work.

    He's in his late fifties (I'm 24) and he gives me really slimy vibes and makes me very uncomfortable. What should I do???

    15 AnswersAdministrative and Office Support1 decade ago