If you post political memes you're part of the huge political problem that is a giant division in our country. How do you expect to have a real conversation with someone if you're making fun of them?
(Example of memes I'm referring to: "if women are so offended that Trump used the word p****, who bought all the copies of 50 Shades of Grey?")
OMG!! Intelligent people!!! @dogperson11 @myelhsa when I saw "politics" I cringed to see where this was going. I love a good political debate but if you start the conversation attacking me, then I'm done. Or any meme making fun of me, walking away from that.
But for the love of God, lets not go there with this board yet. Unless it has to do with our babies, this is a haven from politics for me. My previous BMB group has ruined what we had with political opinions.
I don't understand the obsession with leggings. I can't stand having clingy clothes and the idea of skin tight fabric on my legs makes me itch. And cringe. I would much rather wear my loose fitting sweatpants, even though I have to change out of them when I go out of the house.
My girls compete in dance and wear makeup and eyelashes and rhinestones on their faces. But I would never ever ever put them in a glitz pageant. I think glitz pageants are disgusting ( flippers, hair extensions, high heels, etc are just taking things a bit too far)
I had a UO on Monday and figured I would save it for today then forgot it. I've been spending all morning trying to remember what that was. Without further adieu...
UO: I hate when people post their ultrasound pictures pointing out the babies genitals on social media. You would never post nude photos of your child outside the womb, there is no difference. There are too many freaks in this world.
I don't like Harry Potter
Uo for the area I live: I don't like modern country music. I can get down to late 90s early 2000s but stuff from today all sounds the same and its all "country boy/girl, dirt roads, hunting, beer, truck." I also have a strong dislike for cowgirl boots.
I eat deli meat decently often
I hate when people say "I just want a healthy baby." In response to asking boy/girl preference. It's fine if you don't have a preference but this response just oozes sanctimommy to me. We all want our babies to be healthy.
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