For next to no money (just the cost of a dozen bricks or so) you can build your own Hibachi style BBQ. We were just complaining about the cost of a new gas BBQ the other day. No need. I have patience with briquettes so why not try this?
We all have our go-to excuses. I didn't know it was so common until ALL of my friends told me what they do to avoid saying, "Yes, I went shopping and spent way too much money." Here are some examples of what my friends do:
It's fascinating to me to watch other people argue...or not. I'm one of those people who over-analyzes things and has to know why I'm the way I am and why others act differently. I had no idea we all had our own "style" of argument. Figure out your type and how to come up with solutions. Go figure. A solution? Ha!
My friend got a new car, my former co-worker has met a new love interest and my cousin got engaged. I found all of this out and I haven't spoken with any of them. It was all via text. The problem: I don't see anything wrong with it. Am I just one of those people using technology in place of real-life conversations?
It's one thing to have an opinion about tattoos but to start a campaign stating that anyone with a tattoo is a criminal and to start a ban on visible tattoos at sporting events - now, that's a whole new issue. It's happening right now and people are jumping on board in support.
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