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    Looks like I'm fully back to this forum. These are my kinds of threads.
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    Kiwi is the worst. m make footballs happen.
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    risky move typing this. very close to being offended
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    Damn ho I remember when u waas a teenager
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    No submissions do not factor into average. For example, oh I don't know, say Mission doesn't submit. That will NOT lower the average. Average comes from all submissions, not all players.
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    I beleive this also applies in said scenario
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    :applauds: @fretgod99 and @Slappy Mc - those are great posts. Read them, @JaguarCrazy2832. Repeatedly
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    That happens too. With our first, my wife was throwing up regularly. With our second, she felt nauseous all the time but didn't throw up. Every pregnancy's different. Basically, the best thing you can do is (as others have said) be attentive. Actually, be her shield from all the **** she's going to read/hear/believe. She will convince herself that she's doing something wrong or that she's hurting the baby if she does/doesn't do X. Bullpucky. Talk to your doctor. If they say X is the right call, then do that. There is a METRIC S-TON of pregnancy BS out there. What works for my wife may or may not work for yours. What one person swears by another will think is brought forth by the devil incarnate.
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    They have already bought 53 Ouija boards
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    I knew we were in for something stupid when we saw that. I wasn't let down.
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    tbh I'm not making it out of this bracket anyway. whatever I'm the only FF Big Brother winner in group 5
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    I just realized @Shady Slim is running this thing and now I feel bad for not voting for him
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    I will officially post Saquon and pm 1.2 as soon as the post goes up.
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    We got married 7 years ago today. Great minds my man!
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    Seven years ago, I got married. For our anniversary, my wife wanted to start the 200 beer challenge at our local beer garden. We calculated it out - it's going to take us 67 weeks (it's a 3 beer max per visit, and we get a date night a week) and we'll finish close to my 40th. I have to say, my wife is pretty friggin awesome.
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    My fiancé/wife is pregnant with our third child now, due late August. There are a lot of things that I found helpful during each of our pregnancies. 1. Do as much of the little things as possible. Everyday when I get off work, I ask her how she is doing and if she needs anything. Mind you, my fiancé is very headstrong and doesn’t like help with anything. So when I ask that question I read her body language. You know her better than anyone else, try to pick up on the subtle hints if you can. Foot rubs, massages, and almost the most important thing for us, interacting with her tummy in a positive manor. (Rubbing on the tummy, talking to the baby) 2. When she begins to show, shower her with positive reinforcement. Every woman does it, they get self-conscious about gaining weight. Make sure you remind her DAILY that she is beautiful and how happy you are to be on this journey together. 3. Don’t plan on anything. Constant schedule changes, unplanned doctor appointment and just general uncertainty about any given moment. Make yourself available for her. Going to ultrasound appointments is important, not only for her, but for you. Seeing your child for the first time is amazing. 4. Most important thing in my opinion: Enjoy the ride. Your life is about to get flipped on it’s head. Kids are the most wonderful, nerve-wrecking, heart-filling, infuriating, tear jerking, and genuinely “the most fulfilling thing you will ever do with your life”. The feeling of having a child call you dad, is the best thing I have ever experienced. Congratulations. Don’t let a moment go by that you don’t enjoy. These kids grow up fast. PS Take lots of pictures, especially embarrassing ones that you can show their significant others later on in life.
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    Watching this now is hard. I LOVED that movie as a kid.
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    bro straight up i dont know what the **** is going on at any point during the day. i wake up paranoid and just fight or flight my way thru that **** and then try to fall asleep. im glad you're here w/ me homie in this existence game. **** dog get that filing done and whatever and i'll start the woo'ing process to procure your diseased/decaying hand in marriage homie. just gimmie the signal
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    @FinneasGageI feel like we’ve reached a point in our lives where we’re just so deep into being goofy goobers we’ll never get back to leading a normal life ya feel me
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    They should've honored him by just hanging his jersey in an Applebee's
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    Indians have been clutch at getting their stud players to sign a good deal a season or two before they explode it all-stars. They did it with Kluber, Josa, Yan (before the injury), and etc. They tried to get it with Frankie but he was too good too fast and knew himself,how good he was going to be
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    Time to rename this thread in Quintero's honor.
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    Persmission to board. God damn. I really hate the corny lines. Outside of that i thought it looked good.
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    If you look really close at the end, you can tell that he plays just like his uncle did....
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    Yeah probably misread the EKG or it just didn't show anything abnormal. ER doctor sent my wife home and said it was her shoulder and not her heart and gave her pain meds. We were back a half hour later and the EKG showed an abnormality that time and they found a total blockage in her heart. Had she tried to sleep it off instead of insisting there was something really wrong then the same thing probably would have happened to her. Sad stuff.
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    Former Raider coach Tony Sparano has died aged 56. RIP.
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    Nope. I don't care about the people element of Godzilla movies. The last Godzilla movie was terrible as a movie, and I was never even a really big Godzilla fan, but that moment Godzilla goes BAMF on that monster towards the end and fireblasts its throat is probably a top 50 movie moment for me.
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    While Carson Wentz' statistics did not live up to the eye test there were some plays he made last year that I don't think anyone else but Aaron Rodgers could make. Wentz's season was such an enigma when you throw on the tape versus the production. There were so many plays that did not do his production justice. But then there were a lot where a routine throw got turned into a TD or he tossed it to a wide open guy in the End Zone. That said, his season was monumentally better than Goff's and those throws that didn't necessarily show up on the stat sheet are why I'm taking him.
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    Eli Harold is my hero. The dude has legitimately failed upward. in a profession where that's nearly impossible. And i'm not talking about politics around draft position. Dude has survived multiple regimes, has never shown anything, and became a starter and is probably going to be a starter again. It's amazing...He's the cockroach of our team (and I mean that in the best way possible).
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    I'm thinking of putting a down payment on a house. The interest is higher than expected but it still seems like a deal. Sims 3 can be filled with tough choices.
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    I dont think I saw a plot in the trailer. Just "Hey we're all gonna die unless we have monsters!" H/e good news is the movie has Lord Tywin there to make the tough decisions these prissy millennials are too scared to make.
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    Haha absolutely man! I’m 5-10.5 and 170-180 pounds and am relatively athletic, but nowhere near my wife’s level. Picture the girl next doors personality with looks to boot. Low maintenance and fun as can be. Seriously to the OP you can do it buddy!!! Rejection isn’t fun but it’s so worth it. My advice: Just tell her you think she’s super fun and pretty and you’d love to have the opportunity to take her on a date. It’s simple, direct, and will make her day even if she says no, but I’d bet she won’t. If she does say no, just say “No problem! It’s a standing offer!” Sometimes girls are caught off guard, say no by default, think it over, and realize they’d enjoy it. It puts the ball in her court and you’ve already taken the initiative and made your intentions known. Come on dude YOU HAVE THIS!!!!
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    She’s not going out with you now. If she says no she’s still not going out with you. You’re out nothing. I’m married to a smoke show because I asked her out. Years later I asked her why she went out with me a second time and she said she didn’t have a reason to say no. More often than not that’s all it takes. If us guys stayed in our league the world would be a hideous place in 1-2 generations.
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    Media Days are off to a strong start this year.
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    This is quite easily a two team race between the Bills and the Browns. I don't care how many FA's you sign or how high your draft picks are they just went 1-31 over the past two years. BUF's OL and QB are easily among the worst in the league which is a recipe for disaster. Dark horse worst teams are INDY (if Luck gets hurt only), WAS (downgrade at QB, tough schedule), TB (could start out really bad with Fitz and crumble), MIA (if they have QB issues they lack talent to make up for it).
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    Congrats! My daughter (first and probably only kid) just hit 3 months on Saturday, so I just lived it. Be invested. Go to appointments. Do things (like buying furniture and setting up shower registries, etc.) a little at a time and start early. Decide if you want to find out gender and if you are going to tell people before you get there. Check out your employment’s leave policies. If you qualify, decide how you want to use your FMLA leave; you get 12 weeks to use within the first 12 months - you do not have to use it all at once and I’d suggest for fathers that you don’t. My job let me substitute sick and vacation time, so all mine will be paid. I took a month off when the monster arrived, and I’m in the middle of a three week stretch where my wife is at grad class all day M-F. And I still have 5 more weeks to use whenever I want. But I definitely suggest taking time off when the child arrives if you can swing it. Having an extra person around in the early weeks is super helpful when everybody is delirious from lack of sleep (don’t let anyone tell you otherwise than that the first month or so kind of sucks - babies eat, sleep, poop, and cry. They don’t have a personality yet so it’s not particularly fun at the outset). I just asked my wife what I did that she found helpful and her immediate response was “You brought me food and gave me back rubs”. Caveat, it was food that I knew she liked and could still eat despite the nausea. Some women get crushed by the nausea, some don’t. It also crops up at weird times and with weird foods so don’t get flustered if you bring something home that she liked yesterday but can’t stomach today; it ain’t personal, it’s just the way these things work. Most of the weight gain occurs in the second trimester, so if she has trouble keeping food down or eating a lot it should be alright. But keep your medical care provider informed. And, like I said, try to attend appointments whenever you can. One final note: breastfeeding is great and there are loads of benefits, but it can sometimes feel like a bit of a cult. There’s a lot of pressure on women in particular to do things “the right way”. Let her know you support whatever she decides to do, run interference for d-bags, and remind her (and yourself) that feeding the child is priority #1 by far, in whatever form of nurishment the child will take. Breastfeeding doesn’t click for everybody. Besides, feeding your kid whether formula or pumped milk can be nice binding time. So ultimately, pay attention and be involved. The human race has gotten along ok so far. So when you hit those panic moments (of which there’ll be many), rememeber that you can’t do much to really screw it up too badly. We’ve survived this long, if I can stumble my way through this, you can figure it out. Good luck!
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