Ex (M 34) posted on a slander website about me (F 27). Need advice. by gorramnc in relationships

[–]AllyYours 10 points11 points  (0 children)

You should email the company that hosts the website and threaten a DMCA suit with proof that you are the person on the page. It will be taken down within hours. Source: someone posted my pictures on a site like that, and my lawyer brother got the page deleted within an hour.

The key is to go above the site itself to the host. There are websites you can use to look up which company hosts a website. Then contact the host company. They won't want to throw any resources into investigating it and will delete the content themselves.

Include URL link to the site page with your pictures. Also right click, open each image in a separate tab and include those individual URLs, too.

PM if you want more information.

Just moved to midtown, Verizon's signal is struggling (surprisingly), anyone got any suggestions? by [deleted] in Atlanta

[–]AllyYours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Google's cell phone service, Project Fi, works really well in Atlanta and is cheap with no contract. They use T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Mobile cell towers.

Benefits I'm Missing? by chibirachy in USMilitarySO

[–]AllyYours 0 points1 point  (0 children)

MyCAA will pay for professional certifications that may help you earn more money.

My (23M) Girlfriend (20F) Drastically Changed Her Physical Appearance. I Don't Like It. Will I Get Used To It? by renorhinos in relationships

[–]AllyYours 145 points146 points  (0 children)

Stating a preference is not dictating how she looks. Being honest and open about preferences is part of healthy communication.

Atlanta tattoo artist for Dark Souls tattoo by Exitium_Deus in Atlanta

[–]AllyYours -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Check out William Quiceno (@abstractotattoo): https://twitter.com/abstractotattoo?s=09

He comes to Atlanta regularly to do work for a bunch of pro gamers/streamers who live in the area.

Week 15: Balkan - Cheese Burek (Sirnica) by AllyYours in 52weeksofcooking

[–]AllyYours[S] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Sure. My friend fled Bosnia with her family when she was young, and she gave me her family recipe for it.


For the Dough

  • Flour: 2 cups (I ended up needing almost half a cup more, but I live in a super humid area.)

  • Warm water : 1/2 cup

  • Melted butter or olive oil : 1/4 cup

  • Egg, beaten : 1

  • Salt : 1 teaspoon


  • 5 eggs, beaten

  • 250g Creme Fraiche

  • 500g Mozzarella

  • Tiny bit of salt


  1. In a large bowl, use a wooden spoon to mix together the flour, warm water, melted butter or olive oil, egg and salt until it comes together in a doughy mass. Add more water, a tablespoon at a time, as needed to bring the ingredients together.

  2. Remove the dough to a floured work surface and knead until smooth and pliable. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside to rest for at least 30 minutes.

  3. Preheat oven to 375°F. Mix together the filling.

  4. Remove the rested dough to a lightly floured work surface and roll out into a large rectangle. Place floured fists underneath the dough and gently pull sections of the dough out to form a very thin rectangle about 2 feet by 3 feet (60 cm x 90 cm). Take care not to tear holes in the dough. If you do, pinch them together. Let the dough rest for 10 minutes or so to dry out a little.

  5. Brush the pastry dough all over with more melted butter or olive oil. Place a row of the filling along the longer edge of the rolled out pastry dough, leaving a 1-inch border. Bring the bottom of the pastry up over the filling and roll it up into a long sausage-shaped roll.

  6. Lay one end of the roll onto the middle of a greased baking pan. (I used a cast iron skillet.) Carefully wrap the remainder of the pastry roll around itself to form a snail-shaped pie in the middle of the baking pan. Brush the top of the pastry with melted butter or olive oil.

  7. Place in the oven and bake for 35 to 45 minutes, or until cooked through and golden-brown. Cut into wedges and serve with a large dollop of good yogurt.

Edited to add: I had twice as much filling as I needed, so I saved it and will make another in a couple of days. You may want to double the dough and make two or halve the filling.

Wife shipped off for Basic! Curious about letters by VermilionDahlia in USMilitarySO

[–]AllyYours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I sent my SO colorful envelopes the whole time (pink, green, purple, blue.) He loved it because it made it easy to see his mail in the stack when they distributed them. He's Navy.

New Pup at about 8 Weeks (tips?) by awall9 in DobermanPinscher

[–]AllyYours 6 points7 points  (0 children)

And be consistent. Consistency is so important, especially with Dobes. If you let them get away with something once because you're feeling lazy or whatever, they won't forget.

Missed his call by thegirlinthetimebox in USMilitarySO

[–]AllyYours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I missed that first call, as well. (Along with my SO's mom, grandmother and grandfather.) He was understandably upset and disappointed, but they stay really busy, and it wasn't a big deal overall. For his next call, he will probably get 45 minutes or so, so tell him in a letter to just call back if you miss the first one. I'm assuming he's Navy, also.

I[M25] recently saved up a lot of money and decided to go on a trip to Sweden. My gf [F24] is beyond angry I can't afford to bring her. by [deleted] in relationships

[–]AllyYours 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Yeah, OP, if you have the money to go, why not put it in savings and plan the trip for next year and encourage your girlfriend to save? If she doesn't have the money at that point, I think leaving her out is fine. Or is there some reason you have to go now?

Week 13: Rainbow - Rainbow sugar cookies by AllyYours in 52weeksofcooking

[–]AllyYours[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I used this recipe as my base. I divided it into 6 portions and used gel coloring and my stand mixer to color each portion. (I went in order yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green so that I didn't have to clean the mixer bowl or paddle between colors.) Then I rolled each portion between two sheets of parchment and then carefully layered the dough on top of one another to create the rainbow. I trimmed it to be an even rectangle, then rolled it up as best I could in parchment paper to make a log. I refrigerated that for a couple of hours, then sliced into 1/4" slices and baked at 350F for 10 minutes and let them cool on the pan for 10 minutes before moving to a rack. Not brittle at all. That's a great base recipe for sugar cookies. I use it all the time.

Odd little question - McDonald's by DrHeinzGruber in Atlanta

[–]AllyYours 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Mick, raised in Augusta, GA. Mom from GA. Dad from Nebraska/Iowa.

Should I [23m] just tell my girlfriend [21f] that her food tastes awful? by PsychologicalRadio5 in relationships

[–]AllyYours 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Look up the blog "Once Upon a Chef" and ask her to make a recipe from it that you think looks good. She's step-by-step with pictures and instructions, and her recipes are very, very good.

Transportation for Air Force BMT weekend help! by lumosliz in USMilitarySO

[–]AllyYours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Are there any hotels offering shuttle service to graduation? I've never seen those actually check to see if you're a hotel guest, so you might be able to Uber and catch one.

Ideas of what to do for bfs birthday right before he leaves for school? by _marie_1 in USMilitarySO

[–]AllyYours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I don't know how much time you have before Saturday, but one of those "open when" packages might be nice. "Open on your birthday" with a present. "Open when you're hungry" with some of his favorite snacks. "Open when it's getting tough" with encouragement and a memory of a time when he really did something remarkable. "Open when you need some comfort" with some really nice socks and loving words. "Open before your big test" with some of his favorite coffee, protein bars, etc. I'm not very creative, but that might be a great way to give him a good birthday as well as some more things to look forward to over the course of the program.