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Post a song with a 'relative' in the title.

Post a song with a 'relative' in the title.

Dancing is great, post some of your favorite dance scenes, fast dancing, slow dancing, whatever you prefer....

In response to “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SycWWeB8grY

I could watch stuff like this all night long (smile)

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VooDooYoo 6 days ago

Dancing is great, post some of your favorite dance scenes, fast dancing, slow dancing, whatever you prefer....

Another great dancer, thanks.

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StarzAbove 6 days ago

In response to “Another great dancer, thanks.

And it's easy too. Have you ever done it? I have, many times. I almost got good!!
https://youtu.be/1-5vtsLOrOI

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VooDooYoo 6 days ago

Dancing is great, post some of your favorite dance scenes, fast dancing, slow dancing, whatever you prefer....

One of the greats. I just saw the movie of her life on TV just last week... thanks for sharing.

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StarzAbove 6 days ago

In response to “One of the greats. I just saw the movie of...

I changed it... I thought this was a better song for the post. Shows that '60 dance was coordinated , not just arms and legs flying.. These people are GREAT!!

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VooDooYoo 6 days ago

When you are over 50, quips and jokes about being forgetful are less and less funny each passing day. Amirite?

Naw! I'm 70 but still laughing at the jokes. No sense in losing my sense of humor AND my memory! (hehe)

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JanHaskell 6 days ago

In response to “Naw! I'm 70 but still laughing at the jokes...

I'll try and remember that!!

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VooDooYoo 6 days ago

Dancing is great, post some of your favorite dance scenes, fast dancing, slow dancing, whatever you prefer....

When you are over 50, quips and jokes about being forgetful are less and less funny each passing day. Amirite?

How do you plan to defend? By taking up arms or by changing minds?

"Be sure you are right, then go ahead" ~~ Davy Crockett

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VooDooYoo 7 days ago

When you get angry; What do you do?

I don't recall ever being angry, at least not so enraged that I would "do something" or attack. I'll defend myself, if necessary, but that doesn't come from anger. Being angry is how you lose.
I've felt sadness, disgust, humiliation, frustration, indignation, disappointment, and resentment, but not anger....at least not as an adult.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

Even though it's all worth it in the end, What do you dislike most about cooking?

I've just cooked too many meals in my life....just tired of it.
Don't get me wrong, I still cook most every evening, and also fix lunch. I don't do breakfast, though. lol

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StarzAbove 8 days ago

In response to “I've just cooked too many meals in my...

I love to cook, just not for myself.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

Even though it's all worth it in the end, What do you dislike most about cooking?

The mess.

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StarzAbove 8 days ago

In response to “The mess.

When I chop veggies, everything flies everywhere, and putting the stirring spoon down....SPLAT!! But I'm quick to clean up.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

Even though it's all worth it in the end, What do you dislike most about cooking?

Not having someone else to cook for and with. I don't mind the prep or cleanup. I fill the waiting by doing the cleanup and other chores as I go, so that's usually not an issue.

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Bozette 8 days ago

In response to “Not having someone else to cook for and...

Yep. Nothing like the look on a significant other's face when they love what you make for them. I also clean up as I go along, dishes, wipe up, and such.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

For some, missing the point is a choice.

I see that a lot. They "miss" the point because they have no other recourse.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

You're just here to ruin people's days, amirite?

If I can ruin someone's day simply by posting my thoughts on the internet, then they have much bigger issues to resolve.

I present thoughts outside the box, contrary to what the media shoves at us. Anything is possible, and anybody is capable of a scam. Most people don't like what I have to say because the possibility, or the truth, one or the other, frightens them. They then usually dismiss it with name calling or a label....or some other diversion.

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

Blocking someone is limiting their free speech.

I know this is a good time "entertainment" type of post to create banter, but most people need a lesson or two in what "free speech" really means.

I won't lecture, but it is annoying. (smile)

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VooDooYoo 8 days ago

Stubbornness is just as deadly to a relationship as cheating, lying, selfishness, or money. It's a dagger all it's own that says "who needs you"?

Stubborness is a passing thing....and can be worked out, but lying and cheating is much more serious.

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StarzAbove 12 days ago

In response to “Stubborness is a passing thing....and can be...

To me, constant battle between two stubborn people would be tedious to say the least BUT, I have been wrong before. I really thought most would agree (hehe)

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

Stubbornness is just as deadly to a relationship as cheating, lying, selfishness, or money. It's a dagger all it's own that says "who needs you"?

Unless you take it to extreme measures, stubborness can be worked around. Lying and cheating aren't in the same ballpark. If someone is so stubborn that it will likely end the relationship there is probably other issues that would have come into play anyway. Like a lack of love and caringfor the other person. JMHO.

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Will_Janitor 12 days ago

In response to “Unless you take it to extreme measures...

That's what I'm saying. When one or the other refuses to give in, they are basically telling you that they don't care enough about you ("who needs you?") You aren't worth a compromise.

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

Stubbornness is just as deadly to a relationship as cheating, lying, selfishness, or money. It's a dagger all it's own that says "who needs you"?

Stubbornness is difficult to deal with, from both sides, actually...said the stubborn woman. But I learned that with my husband and I, when one of us was being really stubborn, there were three options that worked for us:

1. Decide whether it's really worth it. If not, give it up.

2. Do something super nice...it'll usually shock their heels right outta the ground.

3. Do something wildly outrageous...with us it was both a wake-up to how ridiculous being stubborn was in the situation and a way for us to laugh about whatever the issue was.

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Bozette 12 days ago

Stubbornness is just as deadly to a relationship as cheating, lying, selfishness, or money. It's a dagger all it's own that says "who needs you"?

I'd say lying and cheating are significantly more efficient in the relationship killing department than being stubborn. Sure stubbornness unchecked can unravel everything but anything that breeds negativity could do that. I'd say in most cases cheating on a partner is going to end the relationship quicker than refusing to be the one to decide what's for dinner.

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ProdigalSon 12 days ago

In response to “I'd say lying and cheating are significantly...

I don't know what someone is having for dinner and stubbornness have in common. Everyone has to eat eventually, and then the stand off is over. But this is the internet, and an opinion site, so thank you.

When one party or both parties absolutely refuse to give in or compromise on an issue, to the point of not speaking, or fighting for days or weeks, just to be right; that's just like saying to your partner "you don't matter"...IMO.

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

If a member was thrown under the bus for revealing the truth and nothing but the truth, don't you think an apology is in order?

I have to say, that you are mostly incorrect.

Not completely. Mostly.

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ZonkeyBalls 12 days ago

In response to “I have to say, that you are mostly...

Opinions and observations are neither correct nor incorrect. They are subjective.

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

Name A Threat Your Parents Used Against You As Coercion Tactic When You Were A Kid That You Learned Later On In Life Was Complete Rubbish

If I went outside with wet hair, I would get pneumonia.

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

If a member was thrown under the bus for revealing the truth and nothing but the truth, don't you think an apology is in order?

If you want friends on the internet, tell them exactly what they want to hear. If you want ZERO friends, just tell the truth. That's what I've seen.

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VooDooYoo 12 days ago

Is the Miss America pageant basically just a virtue-signaling contest now?

Other than Lee Meriwether, all those girls have always looked the same to me. I've been with so called "perfect", cookie cutter women, and they are nothing but a pain in the ****.
I prefer real women, with all of their lovely and unique imperfections.

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VooDooYoo 13 days ago

Do you have any Suggestions For Amirite?

Get rid of the liars whiners and hypocrites. No wait, there would be no members.

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VooDooYoo 19 days ago

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