Naz14

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There are plenty of movies out there where women have played men... not necessarily transgender, but look at Hilary Swank! She did an amazing job portraying Brandon in Boys Dont Cry. A ton of women voice actors do the voices of boys/teens in cartoons or video games as well. I think she should have stayed with the roll...but finding someone who is actually transgender will make the movie even better and really see someone as they are instead of someone just acting as a trans man.
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Dang... im more surprised than anything. Didnt expect its stomach to stretch that much.
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I like this. 
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I reeeeeeeeeally want this to be real!
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skypirate Oh!!! Well thats easy! Thanks!
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https://i.imgur.com/yRqMSWM.jpg
Im dumb and dont know how to post the image directly on here. Happy 4th!
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Cant make it all the way through the video.... just too bland! Makes me think of bonsai trees, though. They usually get their shape from tension placed onto the growing tree. Cute little things!
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Super neat! I would like to see something like this in real life!
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Gerry1of1 None! But I have watched a video of a dude and his son cutting open an expensive squish and a cheap one to see the difference. I spend too much time on the internet...
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squrlz4ever and yes this was me!
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squrlz4ever Oh, I would MOST definitely do that!!!
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melcervini Thank you!!!
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Well I am glad you guys liked it. Sorry for adding "obnoxious dubstep" into the video.... 
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All I have to say about this is... doesnt matter what you do with your company. Having a friend find shards of broken glass amongst their ice in their water is completely unacceptable! That happened like... 6 years ago and I have only eaten there once since then. They also had a staff of like, 3. Stop spending your money on re-branding and pay a decent wage to keep your staff! Yes I understand waiter/waitressing gets paid a low wage on purpose and they rely on tips to make up the rest, but when you go through more staff faster than a fat kid eating cake (sorry, not trying to make fun, just like using the term), theres something wrong.
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thezigrat Uhhh... what? 
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layla_wilson Right? I take Cymbalta for my fibro and I am sure that has had way more negative effects on my body than smoking ever has! I have never heard of pregabalin before...oh jk, just googled, its Lyrica. None of my insurances have ever covered it so I have never had a chance to try it!
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insaneai I will be moving to Washington state soon where marijuana is legal so, no need to fight for even CBD here!
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Gerry1of1 Sorry that was so long, Gerry :P Im a chatty cathy!
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By the looks of all the stuff in the garage... they could be hoarders and want their basement back to hoard stuff down there as well XD I dont get it... when people have garages, they fill it with so much crap, they cant park their car in it. Yes, it is used for storage but SOME. Mostly, storing your car!!! I will be moving into a place here soon that has a garage and this is the FIRST time I will ever live in a place that has one. Yeah, itll be used for storage, but cars will be the largest item inside of it!
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Ill join in on this discussion! As someone who has Fibromyalgia, my symptoms are muscle pain, joint pain, nerve pain, bone pain (seriously), stiffness, insomnia, brain fog, malaise, depression and anxiety. Currently, CBD oil is legal to sell in the state of Nebraska but our dumbass congress guy (cant remember his actual title) has NO knowledge of CBD oil whatsoever so he thinks people are buying it to get high. Sure, some CBD oil has trace amounts of THC but you would have to consume a LOT of it to get high, therefore stores around here are banned from selling it. CBD has given me a TON of relief and I continue to order it online. Now, it doesnt help for sleep however. Thats when marijuana comes into place. I have prescribed sleep medication that barley gets me to sleep at a decent time (it says to take within a half an hour of bedtime), but I still dont get to sleep until 2+ hours later. Smoking right before bed (plus my medication) gets me to sleep within at least an hour. That is an incredible improvement compared to just relying on the meds I am prescribed. It also brings relief to all of that pain I had mentioned in the beginning, especially if I am in a fibro flare (that means ALL of the pain and stiffness symptoms are present and I feel like I cant move). I use it during the day as well for a more "depressed day" or "anxiety day", along with just for fun too. I am aware of its benefits for seizure patients (especially for children), its extra heartbreaking to see one in a seizure :( Its also great for glaucoma! After working for an eye clinic for a little while, I figured out why. So, for those who like to learn a little something while they are online, heres what glaucoma is and how marijuana helps. Your eye is constantly producing fluid from the inside as your ducts are releasing it to keep the pressure inside of your eye at a level that is acceptable and non damaging. When you start to get high eye pressure, this means your ducts cannot release the proper amount of fluid to keep up with how much the eye is making. I am unsure how prescription eyedrops work for this, maybe slows down the fluid making process? Sometimes people get relief by having small tubes inserted into the ducts to keep them from collapsing and fluid can run free. Marijuana dries out your eyes, right? Well, this is the benefit! Your eye slows down the fluid making process therefore, reducing the pressure put on your eye as it tries to release fluid as well. I was pretty pumped when I put two and two together about this. Another fun thing to talk about (not marijuana related, but the eye) is SO many people HATE the poof of air that gets shot at your eye when you have an eye exam. Yes, it is startling, but that is the least invasive way to check your eye pressure. When you are in the middle of your exam with the doctor and lets say you passed on the poof of air, well, they are still going to check your eye pressure. Remember getting those eye drops put in that react with the blue light they shine in your eye? Well, the first drop is a numbing drop, the next is a UV reactive dye drop. Why do they numb your eye?! Well, the doctor drops down a little tenometer and uses the "Goldman Method". This little cone pushes directly on your eyeball. When the doctor is looking into your eye with the blue light on, they are turning a dial that moves the tenometer forward onto your eyeball. When two hair-like lines inside that piece line up, they are done checking the pressure and look at the number on the dial that moves the piece forward. Repeat with other eye. Another way they check is with a little hand held device that has that same tenometer piece only the doctor is manually putting the pressure onto your eye as they line up the hairs and check the number on the device when lined up. ANOTHER way is a little hand held device that kind of looks like a monkey wrench. Between the stationary top piece and the movable bottom piece, there is a small pin. Those top and bottom pieces touch your face, but as soon as the tech pushes the button, the small pin juts out and touches your eyeball very quickly until it gets a readable number. So, keep in mind, that puff of air may startle you, but only air is blowing into your eye, nothing is physically touching it! Your choice on which method you prefer, now :P Sorry that got a little off topic, but I like to share that with people since SO many hate that little poof of air!
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I support this! The parents who are complaining about it know their children are just like the ones that this business is trying to keep out. I HATE being in a restaurant and all of a sudden a kid starts throwing a fit for who knows why... and the parents cant get them to be quiet because they never taught them proper public manners in the first place. Sure, a kid is going to throw tantrums and fits from time to time but thats something that should only happen at home.

When I have the chance, I always thank parents with well behaved children. They love to hear it and they always say thank you for the compliment! I even did this when I worked in retail and they loved to hear it in a store just as much as a restaurant!
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I dont remember the first time I experienced a spring door stopper, but I DEFINITELY remember the time I met a guy who could make that sound, by mouth, PERFECTLY. It HAD to have been wizardry cause it was WAY too perfect!
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https://imgur.com/xtkaczy

Im awful at inserting images into these things, nor do I want to shrink the image in photoshop so theres the link :P 
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Oldie, but a goodie!!