外围体育投注

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1 point · 3 days ago

外围体育投注I know tons of people that will eat an entire large pickle and who snack on pickle slices or pickle chips. I don’t see what you are doing any different. It’s such a minor thing and it’s weird this is the battle your boyfriend wants to fight. NTA

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4 points · 5 days ago

Hell yeah. Finally some bra positivity. No hate to anyone who doesn’t like them, but I can’t stand going bra less. My biggest complaint is that it’s hard to find one that fits right. Maybe a better system of how to size them would be good, but I like being able to run and jump without giant weights on my chest flopping about.

Original Poster1 point · 4 days ago · edited 4 days ago

Try Her Room! Definitely get measured in person, but once you know your size their site is a fucking miracle. They have their own universal sizing system and a surprisingly informative blog. It’s kind of hard to find, but there’s this one post that breaks down different types of bra construction (not sports bras vs. t-shirt bras, like literally how many fabric panels they have, where the seams are, etc) and how they affect support, silhouette, everything. Best part though is the ENDLESS SEARCH FILTERS. You can narrow your search by construction, band width, strap adjustability....it’s incredible. Cannot recommend enough.

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1 point · 4 days ago

I’ll have to look into that. One problem is getting sized though. Every time I get measured, I get a wildly different size. I’m currently wearing a 34DDD, which I know is off, but I’ve been measured as a B cup before. The lady even said that didn’t make sense but tried to sell me a bra anyway. My biggest problem is I fall out the bottom of bras. The bands are tight around my chest, but I keep sinking down into the band instead of the cup. I feel like I need a push up bra, not for the extra size, but to keep these guys up in the cups.

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35 points · 4 days ago

外围体育投注he does! there's a webcomic called Let's Play on the app Webtoon with a dog that looks exactly like him.

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5 points · 4 days ago

外围体育投注Thank you. My first thought exactly.

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Original Poster-802 points · 6 days ago

I don’t know what you guys were thought growing up but you l are so wrong about that. Getting married changed everything. You have to be upfront with your partner about things

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16 points · 6 days ago

外围体育投注I’m married, and I don’t know or care if or when my husband masturbated. He can cut his hair, shave off his beard, buy different clothes, and pleasure himself as much as he wants to. I’m with him to share our lives, not to control his.

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2 points · 8 days ago

Changing your name is a complete hassle. It took several days of just standing in line to get everything switched over, and I’m still dealing with some issues from the name change. It’s not something I’d recommend unless you were 100% willing and excited to do so.

外围体育投注The name discussion didn’t take long for my husband and I. We chose to hyphenate. I was going to bring it up to him when he suggested it first, so yay. Easy agreement there. Having him there to stand in line with me made the process a lot better. It did lead to an interesting moment. In the dmv, my husband and I were up at the window to submit our paperwork for new licenses. The woman who was helping him said, “we don’t get many men up here. You know you didn’t have to change your name.” Like I did? He doesn’t have to change his name, but I do? I hope the next thing millennials ‘kill’ is this mindset.

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37 points · 11 days ago

外围体育投注I was getting worried there. Family tattoo, how.... Useful?

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6 points · 11 days ago

To clarify, people do get tattoos to represent/honor their families, but that is a personal choice. Your family doesn’t get to pick it for you. Honestly I think they best tattoo to represent this family is just a string of poop emojis.

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39 points · 15 days ago

No but I will! Not Even Bones, Mage and Demon Queen, and Freaking Romance have been keeping me afloat. I am always open to recommendations.

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8 points · 15 days ago

外围体育投注I’d check out Cursed Princess Club and Eleceed. The first is a cute story with some good humor and some darker undertones. Eleceed is about a best boy with powers who learns about the powered society from a talking cat. Also cute with some great action scenes.

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169 points · 18 days ago · edited 17 days ago

外围体育投注Fun fact, tri-colored cats like this one (calico) are all female for genetic reasons So that’s a lady cat making the first move, girl power!

Edit: i know, almost all, not all. But like 99.something %

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16 points · 18 days ago

To add some more context for the genetics: in order to get a calico you need an X chromosome with the orange color gene and an X chromosome with the black color gene. So calicos need two different X chromosomes. XY males only have one, so they can only have the black or orange color. This means that in order to have a male calico, they need to be XXY males. This is a condition known as klinfelter syndrome, a genetic disorder. You can also get a male calico by having a chimera cat. Very rarely, two embryos can fuse together early in their development. This means you can have a being with two completely different sets of dna. This isn’t the same as conjoined twins. There are no extra body parts, just one being with one mind. So if an orange boy and a black boy fused together when they where still developing, you could have a male calico cat, with two sets of dna, one telling him to be a black cat and one telling him to be orange.

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