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  1. I watched that yesterday. Couldn't believe people stand to live like that, even though I know a few people who come very close. I wonder if you can anonymously put somebody up for the show.....
  2. I love my leggings! But I always wear a skirt with them. I think VERY few people (if any!) suit leggings on their own, regardless of size.
  3. Have you spoken to him about this? Is he single/available? What is stopping you from getting together? Sorry, I know that seems really nosy but I'm asking if it's an infatuation where something could happen, or whether it's definitely a one way thing/no go area etc. If only!
  4. In which case, employers would need to foot the bill entirely to provide a wage people can actually live off. But why would they be doing more for less? To work at a rate that would be the equivalent to the NMW, fair enough. How about some of the fathers of these children are made accountable for their part in the child/ren's existence/es? It takes two to make a child. Fair enough. And a moat, don't forget the moat.
  5. A lot of people I've had the misfortune to meet judge me. But they're just jealous because I can walk upright.
  6. Try this calculator for an idea of what (if any) benefits you would receive.
  7. Seriously that is digusting! Admittedly yuckiness is less yucky from your own child but that is going too far! I doubt my son would even LET me do that if I was so inclined (which I am not).
  8. I shower at least once a day. But I have to, I would hum to high heaven if I didn't wash frequently. Some people don't seem to need to. My father had a bath something like once a year**, but never smelled of BO. If I tried that, I'd be condemned as a health hazard. **Yes, slight over exaggeration!
  9. I think it has its place. My son is two and a half and watches TV. Some of the programmes he watches are educational and he has learned things I didn't even know. I think it's fine for children to watch some television, but it shouldn't be a replacement for doing things with them, taking them out, interacting with them, etc.
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