Your biggest frustration or problem

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    Jun 24, 2015 7:32 AM GMT
    My biggest frustration or problem in life right now is ______________. (please fill in the blank)

    (for me) … information overload.
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    Jun 24, 2015 2:57 PM GMT
    I believe this thread should be at 'Group Activities'! icon_surprised.gif
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    Jun 24, 2015 4:11 PM GMT
    Dealing with home renovation project, finding contractors, moving, and financing the whole thing. icon_confused.gif
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    Jun 24, 2015 5:01 PM GMT
    I know it's just a movie but my biggest problem and what pisses me off with this scene is how preventable it could've been if the father never let him out of his sight and instead of the mother just standing there yelling for her husband to get the baby ran along with the old man to help.....


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    Jun 24, 2015 5:27 PM GMT
    Not having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.
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    Jun 25, 2015 2:55 AM GMT
    Junny saidNot having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.


    I agree so much with this as I've been trying to get my driving license this year as well.
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:39 AM GMT
    BloodFlame said
    Junny saidNot having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.


    I agree so much with this as I've been trying to get my driving license this year as well.
    Having had a license since age 14 and my first car at age 16, I'm completely baffled by this.

    But then again, having crashed over 20 cars by age 24 (adrenaline junkie), it's probably a good thing y'all are waiting a bit longer to drive. icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:40 AM GMT
    Oh and BTW, for the first time in over 20 years, I actually had a crash last week...in a rental car, while driving "safely." Oops! icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:54 AM GMT
    People who are not into football won't understand this, so Im gonna explain:

    Chile is a team that never won anything, they have 0 ZERO trophies of any kind. This year they are hosting the American Cup so the referees are all in their favour and they have all the fans in the stadiums.

    Uruguay on the other hand, with only 3 million habitants have 2 world cups and 15 American cups - current champions and the ones with more American cups in the world.

    So Chile finally gets to win 1 match against us, just because they had bought the referee who "didnt see" unacceptable behaviour from their major Chilean molester gay closet case. So the referee gave Cavani a red card because he obviously punched the chilean on the face. After that everything went to hell: another urugayan player was expelled and even the coach was expelled too. At the end of the game Uruguay played with 9 players and Chile with 12 (because the referee counts as one of them).

    Now, I can deal with that. We don't even care, we didnt have our main striker and the other one got expelled for unfair reasons. What I cannot stand re Chileasn bragging and coming to sport forums/online newspapers/Tv channel websites to spread their shit. They are less than crap and just because of 1 victory they think they're entitled to brag and feel like they're somebody.

    If you never won a thing how are you bragging about 1 game??? You didn't win honorably, you are the worst of the worst, no wonder you're one of the most hated countries in the world.

    Basically that bothers me right now. Te be out of the tournment because of this weak dirty team and now on top of everything deal with them bragging.
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    Jun 25, 2015 5:16 AM GMT
    David666k said...summed up into 7 words...
    You're pissed cause Chile bought your team.
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:07 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    BloodFlame said
    Junny saidNot having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.


    I agree so much with this as I've been trying to get my driving license this year as well.
    Having had a license since age 14 and my first car at age 16, I'm completely baffled by this.

    But then again, having crashed over 20 cars by age 24 (adrenaline junkie), it's probably a good thing y'all are waiting a bit longer to drive. icon_lol.gif



    I have driving experience and supposedly I'm an okay driver (I mean, I know how to use my signals like everyone else, my turning sucks though). I just kept putting it off, and it reminds me how I can't be anything like my mother who's a go-getter and got her license at 16. Not having a license is why I don't put myself out there because I feel it's sophomoric to present myself as a catch when I don't drive.
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:10 PM GMT
    Junny said
    Junny said
    paulflexes said
    BloodFlame said
    Junny saidNot having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.


    I agree so much with this as I've been trying to get my driving license this year as well.
    Having had a license since age 14 and my first car at age 16, I'm completely baffled by this.

    But then again, having crashed over 20 cars by age 24 (adrenaline junkie), it's probably a good thing y'all are waiting a bit longer to drive. icon_lol.gif


    I have driving experience and supposedly I'm an okay driver (I mean, I know how to use my signals like everyone else, my turning sucks though). I just kept putting it off, and it reminds me how I can't be anything like my mother who's a go-getter and got her license at 16. Not having a license is why I don't put myself out there because I feel it's sophomoric to present myself as a catch when I don't


    Not having your license living where you do is silly. To make it a hindrance that keeps you from dating is downright stupid though!! I'm baffled honestly. You know what? I screwed up on parallel parking and failed my first drivers test and my man just has the Canadian equivalent of a learners permit. Guess what? He's still a catch!!!!
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    Jun 25, 2015 4:21 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi said
    Junny said
    Junny said
    paulflexes said
    BloodFlame said
    Junny saidNot having my driver's license despite working to improve my driving, which severely hinders my self-esteem as an adult (supposedly it shouldn't) and other areas in my life.


    I agree so much with this as I've been trying to get my driving license this year as well.
    Having had a license since age 14 and my first car at age 16, I'm completely baffled by this.

    But then again, having crashed over 20 cars by age 24 (adrenaline junkie), it's probably a good thing y'all are waiting a bit longer to drive. icon_lol.gif


    I have driving experience and supposedly I'm an okay driver (I mean, I know how to use my signals like everyone else, my turning sucks though). I just kept putting it off, and it reminds me how I can't be anything like my mother who's a go-getter and got her license at 16. Not having a license is why I don't put myself out there because I feel it's sophomoric to present myself as a catch when I don't


    Not having your license living where you do is silly. To make it a hindrance that keeps you from dating is downright stupid though!! I'm baffled honestly. You know what? I screwed up on parallel parking and failed my first drivers test and my man just has the Canadian equivalent of a learners permit. Guess what? He's still a catch!!!!


    Yes, not possessing a driver's license in the small city I live in is fatuous, I'm aware of it. Why I consider it a hindrance is because I feel as if I don't appear as independent, and don't want to be a liability.
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    Jun 25, 2015 5:32 PM GMT
    Being happy, feeling so incredibly loved by family, friends and even ex's but yet romantically unlovable.