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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:23 PM   #1
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Probably just a stupid teenager thing...

Well if you guys don't want to hear about this, then just don't read it. It's just that im having a really bad weekend. My dog died and My girlfriend left me, within two days of each other. I know that my jeep has been giving me support cause it just sits outside and waits for me to get out there with her. Just feel like ranting a lil bit, and I figured that since my jeep gives me support, maybe some fellow jeepers can too. I know it may not seem like much to a bunch of people, but to me, it was a lot...

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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:26 PM   #2
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how old are you?
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:28 PM   #3
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I've got teenage kids. Emotions associated with your weekend issues aren't stupid.
Some of my strongest memories are of those two events and you had them same weekend.
Time is the great healer, along with staying busy.

I'd give serious consideration to replacing one of them asap (not the girlfriend)

Keep that kind of in depth involvement to a minimum (if you can see to do that) at your point in life that will serve you much better.
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:28 PM   #4
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go get a prostitute, you will feel better after the burning sensation goes away
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:30 PM   #5
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that's the thing about dogs and women. Good dogs are hard to replace.

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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:32 PM   #6
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bummer about the dog, that sucks

b!tches are replaceable...refering to the g/f, of course
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:32 PM   #7
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that's the thing about dogs and women. Good dogs are hard to replace.

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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:40 PM   #8
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that's the thing about dogs and women. Good dogs are hard to replace.

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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:41 PM   #9
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im 20. less than 4 months from being legal. So im not really a teenager but I still act like it sometimes. Just seems like life is an emotional roller coaster right now, my mom died last year, my dog this year and my g/f of almost a year leaving me...Not too mention, her mom, brother, and sister all work where i do, so I get to go see them in about an hour and work....what fun...
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im 20. less than 4 months from being legal. So im not really a teenager but I still act like it sometimes. Just seems like life is an emotional roller coaster right now, my mom died last year, my dog this year and my g/f of almost a year leaving me...Not too mention, her mom, brother, and sister all work where i do, so I get to go see them in about an hour and work....what fun...
She left you, you didn't leave her. They should feel uneasy. You need to stroll in like you own the world. By the way. Sorry about the dog. My experience is get another one as soon as your emotionally able. It will cure what ails ya.
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True Story.

Buddy of mine had the unfortunate experience of cresting a knoll in Lancaster Pa and wiping out one of the Locals (Pa Dutch black horse drawn buggy)

My buddy is a Doctor. After the dust settled he could see several injured people
the Father, Mother and 1 or 2 kids, nobody seriously hurt but, the Mother wasn't moving initially.

He got out of his car and ran over to administer aid, when he looked around the Man was tending to the Horse who was seriously injured. My buddy went over and knealt down next to him.
The Man turned and said in a somber tone, while holding the horses head, "It don't look good".

Now thats an interesting perspective on the pecking order!!

A Good Horse is a terrible thing to lose and even harder to replace.

Get another "high quality" source of dependable company and support - Dog.
As soon as you feel comfortable doing so.

There is a reason they call the female what they do, the vast majority - ARE.
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:52 PM   #12
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She left you, you didn't leave her. They should feel uneasy. You need to stroll in like you own the world. By the way. Sorry about the dog. My experience is get another one as soon as your emotionally able. It will cure what ails ya.
I know. its the strangest feeling. I didn't do a thing wrong and yet I feel so bad. But I still cant help but feel like happiness, just like the "own the world" feeling.
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Unread 07-18-2005, 01:56 PM   #13
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For what it is worth, when I'm having that bad of a day, I get out a bucket, a sponge, and some soapy water and start washing the car. On a really bad day all three cars will get washed. I detail them until they look factory new. Sometimes there is nothing like mindless manual labor to take the edge off the emotions and get things straight again.....then get a new job in a different part of town.....

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I know. its the strangest feeling. I didn't do a thing wrong and yet I feel so bad. But I still cant help but feel like happiness, just like the "own the world" feeling.
Huh??
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this i waht i would do:
sleep with her mom
get her comfortable with me
take alluring pictures of her
send them and email them to her father
post them on the internet
and destroy their family

doesnt seem like a lot, but thats what i wouyld do
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