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What do you INTENSELY DISLIKE?

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For too long I didn't know how to "unsubscribe" to advertising and political emails. Most take a week or two, but it is nice to receive fewer unwanted emails to delete. 

Look at the fine print for "unsubscribe" on the bottom of the email.

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I dislike the robo calls that don't leave their messages. At least I like to listen once, then delete. Got another one of those DJT calls again - that's one I dislike INTENSELY.

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I rec'd a call today in which the recorded woman told me in a very firm tone of voice, this was THE LAST TIME "they" would try to contact me; the next step, if I continue to ignore their calls (this is the only call I've rec'd from "them") I would find myself in a Federal Courtroom, and blah, blah, blah. I ain't even got one of them-there special "ID" driver's licenses that allow you into a Federal building, so a big fat raspberry PPPPLLLLLRRRRBBBB! to all of that scam nonsense!

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I guess that you & I are partners in the same crime gang. Only my last phone call came from some guy with a British-type accent.

Like that would make the call more serious. Who would they call? MI6 or Interpool? 🤣

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21 hours ago, amoLucia said:

I guess that you & I are partners in the same crime gang. Only my last phone call came from some guy with a British-type accent.

Like that would make the call more serious. Who would they call? MI6 or Interpool? 🤣

Well, that just confirms what I heard about you being a VERY dangerous person! You must be!  *I* haven't ever gotten a call from a Brit! But I can always hope!

Maybe they'll let us share a cell?

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Being in a cell AT ALL would be miserable, regardless.

I would INTENSELY DISLIKE IT!

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2 hours ago, Fran L. LeMay said:

I intensely dislike forgetting where I store things.

Yeah, me too. And what makes it even worse is that when we moved and unpacked most of our stuff (boxes, etc) into the shed ... well, it's been TEN MONTHS and we still haven't been able to see ANYTHING.

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I really dislike it when someone (other than me) doesn't FULLY peel back the wrapper on a stick of butter when starting it. I leave an opened butter stick in a butter dish on the counter top. It softens up and I can leave it there for days, even a week or so - no problem. My HHA took out a stick and only peeled the edge to get a glob for some noodles.

Yeah, that's a bit petty. But hard butter is difficult to use.

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That's one of our sister things! I, too, leave my butter out for days. I get the whipped kind because, I tell myself, I'm really not using as much, because there is more air in it than in a stick 😇 so I am being a angel about it. Sometimes I don't really believe that, but I REALLY LIKE butter ... a LOT! So it helps to have a justification about it.

I think I told you that in my mom's last several years in an ass't living apartment, she "had to" have 2 pounds of butter in her fridge, in addition to the one she left out. She was, by gosh, NOT going to run out of butter!

So, yeah, I'd intensely dislike it if someone were to put MY butter into the fridge! How dare they!!!

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