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  • Mean spirited Irish women?

    Whats the deal with all the mean spirited Irish women? At my office there are are 3 or 4 of them and they are nasty, contrary, set in their ways, and like to be **** stirrers. Is this a genetic trait? Being that all of them with these behavior traits are Irish American I am starting to believe that could be true.

    13 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups1 decade ago
  • Which straight is stronger?

    2 straights

    The first ace, 2, 3, 4, 5

    The second 8, 9, 10, jack, queen

    Who wins?

    9 AnswersGambling1 decade ago
  • 2 Full Houses - who wins?

    2 full houses:

    The first with 3 queens, 2 sixes

    The second with 3 tens, 2 aces

    who wins?

    My vote is on the 3 queens

    5 AnswersGambling1 decade ago
  • What does sweep a woman off her feet mean to you?

    This question is more for the men but ladies please feel free to tell me what it means to you to be swept off your feet.

    7 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • St. Patrick - what does drinking have to do with the birth of Christianity?

    This holiday is celebrating the birth of Christianity in Ireland.

    Where the hell did the drinking, green bear, throwing up come from?

    Is it that all Irish Americans are alcoholics?

    10 AnswersSt. Patrick's Day1 decade ago
  • Can't feel feelings, numb inside?

    What causes people not to be able to feel their feelings. I have a friend that tells me he cannot feel anything. For example, today his 18 year old nephew died of leukemia and he told me he couldn't feel anything. What would cause someone to shut down so much inside?

    5 AnswersPsychology1 decade ago
  • Do you think living off your spouse takes away your freedom?

    Suppose you make no money at all.

    How do you feel about living off the other person? Before you answer typically about women living off of men, think about it the other way - the man is living off the woman.

    PS. No kids involved

    14 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Lies and deceit - would you be curious if your wife...?

    What if you came home one day and found that your wife took out your regular car (you drove your sportscar to work that day) instead of taking her regular car. And then she lied to you and at first told you she didn't take the car and then admitted she did and then you asked if she put gas in the car and she at first said no but then said yes (purportedly to cover up the fact that she used the car - she drove it 40 miles).

    Would you be wondering more about:

    a) she was lying to you about taking the car

    b) she put gas in the car to cover her deceit

    c) where did she go that she needed your car and for you not to know about where she was

    19 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Roll over or fight him?

    I divorced 3 years ago and now my ex-husband is suing me over a technical loophole in the papers. What happened was that the spreadsheet for our assets does not agree with the verbiage in the agreement by $13K. I have already seen a lawyer and made an offer but he wants the whole thing. I have already paid him $287K. He is an alcoholic who has had a stroke who was having hookers over whilst I was at work when we were married. He is 46 years old.

    The mistake I made originally was not having the divorce done by a lawyer.

    Should I just pay up to get him out of my life (again) or should I fight him on principal. He knows what he got is what we agreed on.

    I have the money to pay him off - it just makes me sick to have to pay him again.

    8 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Married women with children as friends??

    Why is it so hard for a married woman to remain friends with some of her single girlfriends? I realize we live in different worlds but a friend is a friend.

    It seems like she has absolutely no life outside of her children anymore. When she does get a chance to escape (once in a blue moon) she calls my home her sanctuary.

    Should I just accept it for what it is or try harder to remain friends?

    3 AnswersFriends1 decade ago
  • Christmas Carol & A Wonderful Life - Same Premise?

    My friend and I are debating whether the Christmas Carol and A Wonderful Life are based on the same premise.

    His argument is:

    Scrooge is the opposite of George (in terms of one is miserly and the other is giving)

    Both get visits (one from the ghosts and the other from an angel)

    Both receive messages that make them appreciate their lives and change them

    My argument is:

    Scrooge was not at a pinnacle moment in his life (he just went home to bed one night. George was thinking of suicide and was at a pinnacle moment.

    Scrooge's ghost review his life and show him the life he is going to have if he does not change (a threat). George is shown what life would have been like without him and how he changed some lives for the better (not a threat).

    So what do you think? Is this the same theme or totally different stories?

    3 AnswersMovies1 decade ago
  • Selling your soul to your Company?

    Have you ever felt as you have progressed up the career ladder and received more promotions and a much heavier workload that you had indeed sold your soul to your Company?

    What do you do when your workload gets impossible, you start answering work emails on the weekend and work late alot?

    2 AnswersOther - Business & Finance1 decade ago
  • What does this mean??

    Say you were in your office and this married guy stops by and there's some fun, flirty conversation and they say to you at some point "you're too much woman for me".

    What would you take that to mean?

    PS. I am single, Italian, curvy, self confident, financially secure and extremely indepedent.

    9 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Why would you think???

    Say you were at your office just having a fun, flirty conversation with some married guy and they say to you at some point "you're too much woman for me".

    Is it just the "no go" sign? or is he actually getting afraid?

    9 AnswersGender & Women's Studies1 decade ago
  • Married woman using title Miss???

    So what do you think of a woman that has been married for 13 years and uses the title Miss?

    Also, she never took her husband's name.

    17 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Playboy magazine and children under age 10?

    I have a girlfriend who's husband leaves Playboy magazines all over the house. They have two boys - ages 4 and 6. She thinks its no big deal.

    What do you think about that?

    15 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
  • What do you think of this quote???

    "Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then." Katharine Hepburn

    7 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Better off alone or miserably married....?

    Is it better to be alone or stay with someone that makes you miserable.

    PS. You can support yourself easily.

    26 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
  • Why do people need validation?

    Why is it when we know who we are that we think its important for others to see us for who we are and acknowledge it?

    4 AnswersPsychology1 decade ago
  • People that cannot change...?

    What do you do about people that spend years complaining about their lives and that they hate the situation they are in but yet do nothing to change anything?

    I think choosing to do nothing is a decision so if you choose to stay in place you have made a choice.

    Why do you think people refuse to deal with situations in their life that they hate?

    10 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago