time for a good old moan

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time for a good old moan

Postby JDWench » Fri Mar 28, 2014 1:31 pm

I've woken up with a splitting headache, sore ears, aching back and a vile mood. I've spent the week dealing with a bowel infection which has meant more time off work which means even less money and more stress. My friends who know I struggle financially are wanting to spend days/evenings out which I have no money for then they offer to loan me the money, great! Now I feel pathetic and I'd be in debt! My boyfriend is home and using the living room for gaming meaning I've been relegated to the bedroom (I live in a tiny flat) to do my college assignment that is due Monday and it's affecting my concentration. I can't carry my laptop to college because it's too heavy and I just feel like breaking down right now.
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby Garyl » Fri Mar 28, 2014 1:50 pm

Is all part of the Fibro curse JD, is like today when i got up my legs gave way on me lucky i fell back on the bed, so i decided to stay put for 10 minutes before trying again, WE all suffer and to me life is so unfair for us. All i can say is stay strong as things do get better now and then.
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby JDWench » Fri Mar 28, 2014 5:08 pm

Well the stress made my headache worse and the pain has spread down my right leg so I'm back in bed having done no work which he had a go at me for so I told him I'll do it when he goes to his parents tonight but that means his mum will do me dinner and I won't be there so apparently I'm a :swear1: for letting him have his stupid gaming day instead of setting myself up a nice organised workstation and doing my assignment. I can't win and now I'm having a flare up.
Last edited by FluppyPuffy on Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Swapped indicated expletive for emoticon.
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby Jeany » Fri Mar 28, 2014 8:50 pm

Do we really need to know in detail the nasty names partners call each other. I m no prude but I do have standards, and the C word is one word I detest. For goodness sake keep it to yourself.
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby painprincess1 » Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:14 am

I didn't see the c word anywhere or maybe my ipad don't show it . Let's not get in a big old fight if it was I'm sure mods would of jumped on it if so . But if the young lady did use that word I'm sure she will say sorry and not use it again. Well I hope she will anyway. And yes it's not a word that needs using ever x
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby FluppyPuffy » Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:24 am

painprincess1 wrote:I didn't see the c word anywhere or maybe my ipad don't show it . Let's not get in a big old fight if it was I'm sure mods would of jumped on it if so . But if the young lady did use that word I'm sure she will say sorry and not use it again. Well I hope she will anyway. And yes it's not a word that needs using ever x

The original way it was written in the 2nd post by the OP was the usual sort of way expletives are written with the starting letter (c) followed by ***. With it being written like this, I'd left it as other expletives have appeared in a similar form across a wide range of topics. With it still causing some upset tho, I've swapped it for the :swear1: smiley instead.
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Re: time for a good old moan

Postby painprincess1 » Sat Mar 29, 2014 9:41 am

Jeany I'm sorry looks like it was a nasty swear word after all ,and your 100persent right it's not something we need in here.
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