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Today’s column is about a girl who got married and thought things would be one way, but now that she is married is seeing that things are a very different way.
Expectation: Husband earns the $$
Reality: He’s unemployed
Expectation: Husband helps around the house
Reality: Husband plays lots of online games
She’s scared that they’re headed to divorce. Maybe they are…
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Even with our crowd anxiety, we wish we could have attended Paul Walker’s memorial that took place in LA on Sunday. USA Today reports that many showed up in their drag racing cars and the like. Very cool.
We loved all of his movies, the scene where he brings Toretto “back to the fort” will always be one of our favorites from Fast & the Furios 1. May he rest in peace.
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Remember the N.J. waitress who was like “These people didn’t leave me a tip because I’m gay!”
Then remember how Facebook went crazy about it like, “How dare they?”
Well the couple who was accused of doing that anonymously came forward and showed a different version of the dinner receipt – only this receipt (and their bank statement) showed that they did leave a tip.
Anyway, it caused all this drama and now the waitress and the restaurant where she works have “mutually” decided to part ways.
We think that’s probably best, but in the words of Michael Scott, “when people say something’s mutual, it never is.”
Read the full article: here
The AA (Ask Angela) Blog team has officially decided that finding a WordPress theme should be added to the World’s “Most Difficult things to do, ever” list.
We submitted our request to President Obama and expect to hear back never.
These High Brow Family Home Evenings (HBFHEs) keep getting better and better. Tonight we had the opportunity to hear from the (one of the?) founders of an organic composting company here in Utah called EcoScraps. Long story short they’re a group of young guys doing something really cool in the business world and also for the environment.
Since a lot of millennials have dreams of being their own boss, Dan agreed to come talk to us about some things he has experienced while starting his own thaaaang.
Here’s what I learned tonight:
He talked about a lot more and you can tell he’s really passionate about what he does. We have HBFHEs on the first Monday of every month. Hope to see you at the next one!
Fortunately for me, unfortunately for everyone who actually likes Scandal, there is no new episode this week. But to tide all you gladiators over, here’s WHAT I LEARNED from last week’s episode of Scandal.
1. Fitz wants to grow old with Olivia. It’s one too many wrinkles late for that, Mr. President.
2. Fitz wants to fill the secret Vermont house with kids. He could start with the three (or two plus a bro-son?) he already has.
3. Team Mellie for real now. Even though her wig is awful. Olivia’s bouncy weave isn’t much better.
4. Olivia definitely has a weave. I don’t even know if people are trying to say she doesn’t but it wouldn’t surprise me. Like how people thought Beyonce actually cut her hair.
5. Harrison begged to have a shirtless scene.
6. So did Fitz.
7. The writers remembered the show is about Olivia and Fitz and not how Mellie and Fitz get back together in spite of his lying and meanness and generally being a terrible husband.
8. Second week in a row where a disturbing scene was way too long. The only thing worse than Mom, Interrupted was Olivia’s second dress coat.
And the mom was obviously going to escape. It can’t even count as something I learned.
Elizabeth Trusty is the Ask Angela writer covering TV, celebrities and headbands. Follow her on twitter @berdoo13
Dear Ask Angela Column,
This is less of a question and more of a discussion point. I’m finding more and more that these so called “feminist LDS women” are disruptive during our sessions of Relief Society. I wish they would take themselves and their ideas some place else.
Response by Kirsten Nielsen. Read more of Kirsten’s writing on her blog.
Who is the church for?
When Paul spoke of the church in 1 Corin. 12, he described it as a body — and that “the body is not one member, but many.”
The parts are different from each other, yet their differences do not exclude them from belonging to the body: “If the foot shall say, Because I am not the hand, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body? And if the ear shall say, Because I am not the eye, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body?”
Besides, if the whole body was all the same part — we would lack the special gifts and abilities that each part brings to the whole: “If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing? If the whole were hearing, where were the smelling?”
It is God’s intent that there be variety, Continue reading
This goes without saying but if you eat cotton balls as a way to trick your stomach into thinking that it’s full, you’ll suffer from all sorts of health complications and eventually die.
Read about the teens who are trying the new fad diet anyway, here.