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hello itsmeadele answered Aniyah Jeter's question

U can ease the pain a little with putting something warm like a hot water bottle on your belly. There are also tablets for menstruation aches or the use of birth control pills can enlight the annoyances a lot. Ofcourse the use of medicine has it's own downsides.

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hello itsmeadele thanked Pepper pot's answer

"Oh thank you Mr Rich man that's so humble of you talking to me, Miss poor lady. Would you like me to shine your shoes?" 

It is arrogant but true no doubt. Unfortunately "saying it" shows what a pillock he is, which is why we don't hang about with his kind. Remember at the end … Read more

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hello itsmeadele thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

1) Ask your parents to buy you one (I imagine they understand the risk involved in your taking your bike to school .. It seems irresponsible of them to not provide a lock to secure it, knowing you don't have the money to get one yourself)

2) Ask a friend at school if you can double … Read more

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hello itsmeadele thanked Gator Blu's answer

I would say that it does come across as arrogant. The fact they are mentioning anyone's income bracket and their character is just rude, and presumptive.

For this question I am going to say I am not rich, and I am not poor. I know people who are both. I know a millionaire or two, … Read more

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hello itsmeadele thanked Yin and Yang's answer

To me it sounds pompous! I see someone with their nose up in the air trying to "prove" he can "associate" with the little people.

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hello itsmeadele thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

I imagine it would seem rather arrogant and even demeaning .. The statement, may be worded in a way that may not fully reflect it's intent.  It's quite conflicting in terms of it's message and it's intended message.

Just to clarify .. It's true that some (emphasis on SOME) people (wealthy or not) are arrogant and … Read more

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hello itsmeadele thanked Virginia Lou's answer

Dear Adele,

No I don't think it's offensive...mainly because getting offended takes energy and I would not put any effort into someone like that...

Maybe "underwhelmed," or "bored" would actually describe how I would feel about him. 

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hello itsmeadele answered Fortis Paradise's question

If it is something I need to ventilate or get of my chest i like to write it down before I kind off procrastinate the worry with a distracting activity , especially if the worry is about what i would like to say to someone.
Allow yourself to feel worried about it and write those … Read more

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hello itsmeadele answered Anonymous' question

Seen the description of the guy his behaviour towards you, he seems to take special interest in you.
Ask him to hang out or something i would say and explore where this mutal likeing can take you.

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hello itsmeadele answered

You could also make him something that shows you took notice of all his interests and passions. Bake a guitar themed cake or something.

An additional gift like a bottle of scotch is great! But the thought and effort of thinking of something creative to actually make or do for him can also make a … Read more

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hello itsmeadele thanked Didge Doo's answer

It might be a lot of things including well intentioned. But it would come across as insensitive, arrogant, and smug,

Welcome to Blurtit, Adele. Hope we'll hear a lot more from you. :)

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Because it keep your muscles flexible. Especially when you do strength training a lot your muscles will get shorter. (Look at the blown up bodybuilder who cant even get out of his tight sweater). If he'd would have practised yoga as well, he would be a muscle man ánd flexible.

Besides yoga also trains your … Read more