@rush Wow, I missed that part of the article! I would have thought so too. It's atrocious it's taken this long.
My GP is happy for me to stay on the pill until at least 40...which is next year. Quite frankly, I'm terrified to have to come off it. My periods made me anaemic, were very irregular and gave me debilitating lower back pain. The pill changed my life and I'm really worried about potentially having to go back to my old life, which was basically dictated by my period. If I follow my mum's timeline, I could be well past 50 by the time I'm done with menopause.
@rush I believe Kanye has admitted that he no longer takes his bipolar meds. It's very concerning.
@michael Yeah, I'm sure that's all. Nothing to do with the colour of the inhabitants' skin.
@michael Hmm, I wonder why immigrants from Norway and Denmark are okay by Pauline.
@guest2 Maybe not here at Mamamia but there have been some very nasty comments directed at regular Victorians on other sites.
@james b That says more about you than anything else. I would choose to work.
I have #6 already and have been considering making it my work bag. My current work bag is looking a bit shabby around the straps but this one seems more durable.
@Clare Thanks Clare, much appreciated!
I find it a little disturbing that at no point in this response do you acknowledge that this woman sounds like she doesn't actually want to do anal. And if she doesn't want to do it and doesn't find any of your reassurance comforting, she should feel no shame in telling her boyfriend no. No one has to do it just because their partner wants to.
@km Yep, exactly. And directing your ire at the entire state is also a bit harsh. The outbreaks are all in Melbourne.
I'm a bit over all these reality "stars" willingly signing up to these shows and then complaining when they think they've been edited poorly. Yes, this is how these shows work. They edit you to make the show more interesting. Have the past 20 years of television just completely passed them by?
@hilly Just because you're "genuinely interested" in someone's heritage, it doesn't mean they're required to discuss it with you. Like the article says, you can ask "what's your heritage?" but accept whatever answer you're given, rather than pushing with "but where are you *really* from?" or "but what's your *real* heritage?"
Were there people having an immense amount of trouble getting the last peanut butter out of the jar? It's never been very difficult for me. It seems like spinning the jar around on the counter several times would take longer than just...scraping the bottom of the jar with a knife?
@james b Trump himself literally said he wasn't joking ("I don't kid" was his exact quote), so there goes your theory.
I'm incredibly introverted and shy and Kate's wedding sounds like an absolute nightmare for me. I don't understand why people are so obsessed with making people mingle when they don't want to mingle. People who want to mingle will do it no matter who they're seated with. Big events like weddings are difficult enough for the shy and introverted without being forced into awkward conversation with people you don't know very well.
This is why I colour my own hair. I already pay $99 for a cut and blow-dry and can't justify adding $200+ on top of that, when all I want to do is cover my greys.
Doesn't even make nice salads, honestly. Any salad worth eating has cheese in it and you can't have cheese on a paleo diet.