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  1. can someone tell me why the vote prn nurse back in thread was closed. i didn't see anything said that violated the rules. i know that the thread would have no bearing on the decision to ban her but i thought people were just expressing their opinions on the subject. was it really necessary? was discussing it a no-no?
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  3. by   tiger
    and another question...why was cheerfuldoers sex thread closed/deleted? i saw nothing in there that violated the rules. what is up?????????
  4. by   Vsummer1
    I for one didn't notice the sex thread being closed. Frankly, I am sick to my ears hearing about her dissatisfying sex life so I didn't read it. I guess others are too?
  5. by   tiger
    val----if you don't want to read it , don't. simple as that. others may want to. no reason for it to be "gone".
  6. by   Vsummer1
    I just read the prn nurse thread, it isn't gone? I didn't comment on it because I didn't even know about it... same as the other one I didn't read, thus didn't know was "gone".

    I agree with you though, I didn't want to read it -- so didn't. I was just guessing as to why it was gone.. thats all

    Usually I can tell by the title if I want to read it or not, sometimes the titles are misleading though...

    But I agree that if the rules haven't been broken, then the thread should remain for those that ARE interested.
  7. by   live4today
    Originally posted by Vsummer1
    I for one didn't notice the sex thread being closed. Frankly, I am sick to my ears hearing about her dissatisfying sex life so I didn't read it. I guess others are too?

    vsummer.......jealous are we?

    It's not nice to be jealous of others enjoyments in life.
    My love life is NOT dissatisfying.....if it were......I wouldn't crave more of it from the man I love and have been married to for 12 years now. What is your excuse for being so bitter? Anyway......what do you care? If you aren't reading certain topics and threads because they do not pertain to you, then why continue to bash those "uninterestingly boring" threads that you claim "don't interest you"?
  8. by   bagladyrn
    Okay Renee - I'll admit it - I'M jealous!! Been a long dry spell here. So now that Vegas is smiling, let's see if we can't do something about the situation over here!
    (c'mon - we need a lighter topic around here right now)
  9. by   live4today
    Originally posted by bagladyrn
    Okay Renee - I'll admit it - I'M jealous!! Been a long dry spell here. So now that Vegas is smiling, let's see if we can't do something about the situation over here!
    (c'mon - we need a lighter topic around here right now)
    Just cause I luv ya honey buns......here's a "lighter topic" for us to discuss.......and much more pleasant, too.

    It's close to Thanksgiving, so how about sharing family traditions that are carried out at Thanksgiving with one another. There might be someone who wants to dump the traditional way of celebrating that fine holiday for some new ideas to try.

    I'll go first......

    Growing up, my family always celebrated Thanksgiving with my Mom's family because my Paternal Grandparents and other relatives of my Dads were Jehovah Witness, and did not honor holidays of any secular sort.

    At my Maternal Gramma's home, the kids were always fed first...Gramma would have it no other way. :kiss Gramma also served each child a small glass of Mogan David Grape Wine with our meal.....against our parents wishes.....however....no one would go up against my Gramma.........she'd have their hide with a broomstick if they did. :chuckle

    After stuffing our faces and bellys with delicious food, we would all gather around in my Gramma's living room and sing songs in harmony, share family stories, and celebrate my birthday as I am an "almost turkey baby". This year, I celebrate my birthday the day after Thanksgiving. :kiss

    Now, you all share. Keep it light now!

    Last edit by live4today on Oct 17, '02
  10. by   live4today
    BTW...since Gramma is now in heaven living happily everafter...this year I will once again be in Delaware celebrating Thanksgiving with my children who will all come to their baby sister's house for the celebration. :kiss
  11. by   karenG
    we dont celebrate thanksgiving over here!! but halloween is coming and we will party then!! especially now I have all those pumkin pie recipes and cookie recipes that you all kindly gave me! My children are going to sick of pumkin pie!!

    Karen
  12. by   live4today
    Hi there Karen!

    How's the weather there in London, England today? Does it snow there? You can still share here about your traditions of another kind if you wish. No one will mind.....at least I won't. I love learning about other people's cultural traditions, so shoot, girlfriend. :kiss
  13. by   Vsummer1
    Originally posted by cheerfuldoer
    vsummer.......jealous are we?

    It's not nice to be jealous of others enjoyments in life.
    My love life is NOT dissatisfying.....if it were......I wouldn't crave more of it from the man I love and have been married to for 12 years now. What is your excuse for being so bitter? Anyway......what do you care? If you aren't reading certain topics and threads because they do not pertain to you, then why continue to bash those "uninterestingly boring" threads that you claim "don't interest you"?
    Actually, what I said was I was just sick of hearing it, why???

    Because according to you, on several threads, there is NOTHING to be jealous about, your husband can't satisfy you! I am humiliated for him that you would tell that to people on a bulletin board, that is all. I feel very sorry for him actually, and cover that under the wedding vows of "honor and respect" and under the sanctity of the wedding bed. However, IF that were the case with my husband and myself I would NEVER tell the world about it!

    So, now you change your tune in this thread and say there IS no problem, okay... you are allowed to change your mind. But you should then correct it on the other threads where you are complaining about him, your separation, and your inadequate sex life.
  14. by   live4today
    vsummer.....you are obviously much too young to interpret the difference between "lack of" and "dissatisfied"...therefore, I will try to break it down for you:

    lack of......not enough action......in short supply...not enough "quantity"... (although good when received)

    dissatisfied.......present in the relationship, but not satisfied (lacking in quality).

    What my husband and I deal with are "the lack of.....not enough action...in short supply in my opinion.....plenty in his opinion...." He is a wonderful mate in the marital aspect, and our marriage is no different than anyone elses marriage where one partner wants more than the other. I never said he was "inadequate" in that department......he just doesn't desire it as much as I do....again.......nothing uncommon to other marriages. If you were married, you would know this, but since you are just a kid, you have no clue.

    I respect your right to keep things to yourself. Not eveyone is comfortable discussing certain topics with others in regards to marriage issues. I AM!! So, what you say about not wanting to tell those things to others is good for you, but does not apply to everyone else. Have you never heard of "to each his/her own"???

    Have a nice day vsummer1.

    Also, the topic of this thread is no longer about sex, but Thanksgiving......care to share any family traditions with us?
    Last edit by live4today on Oct 17, '02

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