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?
When asked, 75% of men say they prefer a natural look on a woman. Most men aren't into the full-face of makeup. That's all fine and good but, ladies, does it even matter? They're forgetting something, here.
You search for your soul mate and actually find that person. You form a life together and have a child. Years later you find out that you will be united with your mother who abandoned you as a child. Your mother tells you that you have a brother. It's your soul mate. You married your brother.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette’s high-profile marriage may have ended in separation last October, but the two are still close enough to be working on a sitcom together which will be about — what else? — the ups and downs of relationships.
Miguel Hanson and Diana Wesley of Houston, Texas had planned on having a friend officiate their wedding. But when that fell through, the two self-professed geeks simply coded a program for a virtual minister — named Reverend Bit — and had a computer do the job instead.
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