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    van1ty

    what kind of fucked up religion do you belong to?

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    while you're pissing in the cup do me a favour and "accidentally" piss on your dad. what an asshole.

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    van1ty

    rape laws are totally out of wack... i wouldn't risk it. unless you get her permission while sober, "yes if i'm drunk you can have sex with me".

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    Depends on the province, 18 in Quebec to gamble for sure.

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     Originally Posted By: nesh2007
     Originally Posted By: munchyy
    It's really normal in Ontario. You can go to private Catholic (Where you have to pay), or just normal Catholic schools, which are governmentally funded I believe.
    I went to a Catholic school from kindergarden - grade 8, and there was no uniform requirement (Not at any of the Catholic grade schools I've seen). They also all had Special Ed. classes (I don't know much more though as I didn't take any).
    I went to a Catholic highschool aswell, but we did have to wear uniforms.
    Neither of the schools I attended were stricter than normal schools aside from having to wear a uniform in highschool. It was just a golf shirt with a logo and khaki pants, not bad at all.

    It is probably different in the U.S or other countries though.


    Interesting. In the United States, almost all Catholic schools have a uniform policy and they are funded by tuition, while the public schools are funded by taxpayer dollars. I wish the Catholic schools here were like the ones in Canada, because I think uniforms SUCK!
    Yes this is because Catholics used to be badly outnumbered, so to get Quebec to join Canada during confederation they guaranteed Catholic schools would get federal funding.

    Now, Catholics are far from the minority, and still get that funding. It is wrong, as many Catholic schools are a lot nicer and have a lot more money than public schools.

    <--- went to catholic school in ontario from jk-12.

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    oh my, she put the nail in the coffin tonight. and well... it might be more appropriate to describe it as a crufixion than a typical funeral, so it would be fair to say the nails were hammered directly into my wrists and feet.

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    And today she did the same.

    Me and this girl we'll call Alison have known each other at work for over two years, and the first time I had a real chance to be with her I turned her down to be with someone else (which didn't end up going anywhere at all). Even though I rejected her we continued to talk and be friends.

    Since moving away to univ she's been a little distant with me, but to me it's been apparent that there's still some unresolved business. (And i'm pretty damn sure i'm not alone)

    Anyways, today she was home from reading week and i went over to her house (it was actually pretty funny, i missed the bus so i ran over 2 miles in the snow to get there). We were watching a movie on the couch and i told her i wanted to get us figured out, and she was just realy dismissive. "Let's not make this awkward, we're just friends". Amazingly, the rest of our time together was not awkward -- just good friends time.

    As an added variable she has a bf at her univ, so I would imagine she'd be reluctant to admit (to herself anyways) that she wanted to be with me. And he's able to (and does) see her every day (whereas I am not) and is probably much better "bf material" right now.

    However, there was something dismissive about the way she friends'ed me today that just isn't sitting right. I really don't believe she feels this way, and if i bring it up again it's just going to be awkward. So, i probably won't until she breaks up with her bf.

    anyways, just wanted to vent. i know i'll keep talking to her... i just don't think i'm ready to "cut my losses".

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    Seems like you've got your life in order. If you love your husband, love your job, and your finances are in order, well then you're living the good life.

    Your parents think they know what is best for you, although ultimately only you know what is best for you.

    And, at worst even if you are wrong about everything and your parents are right, it is your life and these mistakes are yours to make. It is not up to your parents to control your life to prevent you from making potential mistakes they see.

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     Originally Posted By: i want boys
    every time i try to go on a diet i just cant becuz i cant stop wanting to eat. all i feel like doing a ton of the time is just shove my face and eat, eat, eat!! How can i stop this freaking urge of eating?
    Before you eat something, tell yourself how much you're going to eat. Don't eat chips out of a bag, pour them into a bowl.

    And as always, try to substitute towards healthier food.

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    All I have to say is that if you believe that due to child abuse that you will be severely depresed 10 years from now -- then you will be. But, if you deal with the demons now and don't think negatively about it, then you won't have these problems later in life.

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