@hopey "if it's pen and paper I use a fake name and fake number, which totally defeats the purpose, I know"
@gu3st Just the Medicare card number and not the expiry date or reference, I don't think identity theft/fraud would really be an issue.
@cat That idea of women having the option to use their Medicare No. is great. I wonder if they thought of that.
@mamamia-user-515500734 You do know watching it is not compulsory?
@mamamia-user-482898552 Well that episode was showing that when a woman had a baby to look after, they are not interested in anyone else's lives.
I'm pretty sure that legally you only have to give your first name. (And I've seen sign-in sheets that actually state 'First Name'.)
And five years later Duthie, now Kimberley Ametoglou, is telling her story as the NDA's have expired.
This was an episode of SATC. Miranda had just had her baby when Carrie came to visit her. Carrie was talking all about the guy she was seeing, and Miranda was all at sea trying to look after the baby while exhausted, paying no attention to anything she was saying.
So this is what the police meant yesterday when they said not to make assumptions.
"if weight loss is the goal then diet is the key ... The amount of exercise required to burn off excess consumed calories is almost impossible"
Funnily I was watching that episode yesterday. I was thinking: Is that what it's like for hot-shot men? If they're with one woman, and a woman they think is hotter comes along, do they just say "Hmmm, I'm gonna dump the woman I'm with and take this other woman instead"?
a classic early noughties favourite... the exposed G-string
What does "live in the centre of Sydney" and "inner-city living" have to do with it?
What about the time when Gabrielle was having an affair with her gardener. Gabrielle and Carlos were heading off to a fancy dinner party one night and Carlos believes the grass hasn't been cut and so says he's going to fire the gardener. Gabrielle tells him it has and that he just can't see it at night. When at the party, Gabrielle returns home, and in her black-tie outfit, cranks up the lawnmower and mows the grass herself, then returns to the cocktail party. In the morning, Carlos come out and sees the grass has been cut and agrees not to fire the gardener.
@elishatraill Ummm, not really sure how any of that relates to what I said. I said, (generally speaking) people who work for an income look down on those who don't. I'm not commenting on whether doing so is right or not.
Yeah, people who work for an income look down on people who don't. I thought we all knew that.
@cat So who's it "created' by then? Let me guess: the patriarchy? (Whoever they are.)
@green.james1989 "she usually just said if they kept at it they’d be a superstar"
@cat "created to stop women realising that they can have one child and a career and push them into the housewife role"
A female Australian writer/comedian said she didn't like any of the terms Miss/Mrs/Ms so when a form asked, would put Dr.