• Was I right to not attend my grandson's wedding?

    He is my eldest daughter's son. I was invited to go to the wedding, however, my youngest daughter was not invited. I chose not to attend the wedding because my grandson chose not to invite his aunt. Did I do the right thing?
    He is my eldest daughter's son. I was invited to go to the wedding, however, my youngest daughter was not invited. I chose not to attend the wedding because my grandson chose not to invite his aunt. Did I do the right thing?
    18 answers · 12 hours ago
  • My boyfriend's little sister flour bombed me and both his dads condoned it, wtf?

    So, I attended my boyfriend's family get together to celebrate the birthday of one of his dads. I was wearing my new coat upon arrival and it has a fur trim on it. When I left after dinner his 13 year old sister threw a bag of flour at me from her bedroom window and when I looked at her dads, one of them said... show more
    So, I attended my boyfriend's family get together to celebrate the birthday of one of his dads. I was wearing my new coat upon arrival and it has a fur trim on it. When I left after dinner his 13 year old sister threw a bag of flour at me from her bedroom window and when I looked at her dads, one of them said what did I expect from wearing dead animal. My boyfriend was not happy either, but also mentioned his family are vegan.
    19 answers · 1 day ago
  • I hate my job. Do I tell my boss, or just quit?

    Hi There, I am hoping to get some advice. I work for a start up as their first employee. I've been there almost 2 years. I believe that I'm an integral part of their company and without me, they would not be able to function. Yes, they can hire someone new to replace me, but it's a steep learning... show more
    Hi There, I am hoping to get some advice. I work for a start up as their first employee. I've been there almost 2 years. I believe that I'm an integral part of their company and without me, they would not be able to function. Yes, they can hire someone new to replace me, but it's a steep learning curve - probably at least 6 months, which is a huge setback for a small company. Currently, I hate my job. Each day drains me of any ambition or joy I have ever had. Lately, I am finding it difficult to keep quiet about this. What would be the point to telling them how I feel? It would give them the opportunity to try to change things and fix the situation -- thus giving them the opportunity to keep me around. Since this is a start up, I believe there is the flexibility to potentially create a new position for me - or at least, slowly transition me into doing something new for them. My worries -- can they fire me for expressing this? Is there even a point of saying anything, or should I just find a new job and quit? I care about this company and want to do my best for them, but it feels impossible. If anyone has been in a similar situation, or can offer any sort of advice, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
    14 answers · 7 hours ago
  • How can i not lose my temper and raise my voice when a coffee cafe server doesnt listen to my order?

    And i have to repeat myself..
    And i have to repeat myself..
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can i stay safe at train station as a middle aged woman all alone..?

    Dont want to be attacked
    Dont want to be attacked
    11 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Is my neighbor being rude/inappropriate?

    Best answer: Your neighbor is completely self absorbed as he lives in his own little world while not being the least bit considerate of other people. Hell yes, he is rude. You cannot force someone to say hello to you, but you sure can gather your neighbors and form a complain chain. A complain chain is when the guy makes... show more
    Best answer: Your neighbor is completely self absorbed as he lives in his own little world while not being the least bit considerate of other people. Hell yes, he is rude.

    You cannot force someone to say hello to you, but you sure can gather your neighbors and form a complain chain. A complain chain is when the guy makes noise, you all, five minutes apart, call security. You see, when only one person complains, it is often not taken seriously. But, if you all bug the daylights out of security, you bet something will be done about the noise. Guaranteed.

    I would continue to say hello to that guy. Kill him with kindness.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Was my housemate rude?

    My mom and I had a housemate who was 70 years old. My mom had a job interview on my 20th birthday and couldn't spend it with me. I guess you can see why by the scenario I will describe. My housemate did greet me, but she didn't give me a gift or take me out. All she did was made cheese quesadillas. I said,... show more
    My mom and I had a housemate who was 70 years old. My mom had a job interview on my 20th birthday and couldn't spend it with me. I guess you can see why by the scenario I will describe. My housemate did greet me, but she didn't give me a gift or take me out. All she did was made cheese quesadillas. I said, "Is that all you're doing to celebrate my birthday?" She said, "You know what? If I didn't like you, I would have just left you here and went out."
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it OK to go into the ladies toilet if the mens is not in a fit state?

    Best answer: you have to tell them you feel like a woman trapped in a mans body then its ok. in most states actually. if you tell them your urine feels like female urine trapped in a mans bladder that may also suffice
    Best answer: you have to tell them you feel like a woman trapped in a mans body then its ok. in most states actually. if you tell them your urine feels like female urine trapped in a mans bladder that may also suffice
    8 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Do you have to shake hands if someone has a hook hand?

    Best answer: thats up to you but it nnight be polite to do it, after all, they probably dont enjoy having a hook hand thennselves
    Best answer: thats up to you but it nnight be polite to do it, after all, they probably dont enjoy having a hook hand thennselves
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Who thinks it's rude for a cashier or associate to just say "ok buh bye" when you say "thank you"?

    This happened to me when I was registering and paying for a class at the college front office. If a customer says "thank you" and the worker who helped the customer just says "ok buh bye" it seems like they're saying "alright whatever, just leave" I just feel they should at least... show more
    This happened to me when I was registering and paying for a class at the college front office. If a customer says "thank you" and the worker who helped the customer just says "ok buh bye" it seems like they're saying "alright whatever, just leave" I just feel they should at least throw in a "Thank YOU" or "You're welcome" and/or even "have a good day" when the customer is not only being polite but is also making their job possible and making contribution to their paycheck(s). Thoughts?
    7 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Who thinks it's rude for a cashier or associate to just say "ok buh bye" when you say "thank you"?

    Best answer: I don't see the big deal. Your overthinking this mate😂 it's like when u say thanks to someone and they say: no problem. Ur basically telling them that there's no need for their thanks x
    Best answer: I don't see the big deal. Your overthinking this mate😂 it's like when u say thanks to someone and they say: no problem. Ur basically telling them that there's no need for their thanks x
    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Everyone tells me how great I am?

    How should I respond?
    How should I respond?
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it rude for you to be invited to a party but told what NOT to wear?

    Best answer: Such a request on the invitation probably means that either there are going to be young people at the party for whom such costumes are inappropriate or that there are people who will be there, perhaps family, who would be uncomfortable around people in sexy or suggestive costumes. It is a reasonable request and in... show more
    Best answer: Such a request on the invitation probably means that either there are going to be young people at the party for whom such costumes are inappropriate or that there are people who will be there, perhaps family, who would be uncomfortable around people in sexy or suggestive costumes. It is a reasonable request and in the broad scope of Halloween costumes not a difficult request to follow. Halloween is not about sexy and suggestive costumes. If your imagination is not good enough to come up with a good costume that is not sexy or suggestive, perhaps it is not the party for you.
    23 answers · 5 days ago