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gorantheg -35 points

Birth control isn't a sugar pill though

wellsee2 28 points

The final week in each pack contains 7 sugar pills that are placebo pills and have no hormones in them. That is the time when women have their period. It would be way more helpful if instead of 7 pills that do nothing there were 7 midols for an individual to take the week of their period.

wellsee2 commented on a post in r/IAmA
wellsee2 2 points

First of all know that I truely respect your courage and strength!

Do you keep tabs on your daughter? As in do you know where she is located, do you talk to her, and get to visit with her? If not would you be able to do those things if you completed a divorce or filed for shared custody? I am unfamiliar with family law in Asia, especially involving purchased brides and the children they have.

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zeeallybaba -11 points

He is from Smeraglia’s Teddybear Goldendoodles. A breeder located in Foley, AL!

wellsee2 43 points

Hey just a heads up, two people I know purchased puppies from this breeder and their puppies have several health issues, several of which they were told were genetic. Hopefully it was just recessive genes and a freak occurance, but if anything should come up I know the owners reported it back to that kennels what meds and diets their puppies are on that have helped the best.

bulgariandoll 28 points

Makes sense, it looks the typical puppy mill. No parents listed and just a ton of random puppies for 'adoption'.

wellsee2 5 points

Their website definitely gives me pause, and 10-20% of their reviews (public not on their site) have had similar issues with their puppies.

Plus it seems like they have numerous litters a year and are expanding to including more "designer breeds". Definitely does not give off a good vibe.

iamlegend9763 2 points

Is it just me or does Rey look more intimidating than usual?

wellsee2 2 points

She tolerates my love and halloween costumes. Internally she is a cat. So not that happy in this pic

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Came to r/aww because i'm watching a scary movie. This helps

wellsee2 2 points

I am sure she and the rebel force can send you aid if needed.

wellsee2 commented on a post in r/AskReddit
wellsee2 523 points

Properly loading a dishwasher. Organizing everything into rows, proper places, and making sure to make efficient use of space.

SteelCitySix21 4 points

Also actually scrubbing things before putting them in the dish washer. The dishwasher isn't going to magically clean the 3 day old crusty pasta bowel!!

wellsee2 3 points

Yes and spraying the sink down after!!

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wellsee2 3 points

It wasn't me laughing but I inadvertently made people laugh at the wrong time.

Short story I was in high school (junior yr) and came home to see my mother, father, and uncle sitting at the dining room table. I could hear them talking as I walked in but when I rounded the corner they immediately fell silent.

My father then fumbled out a half-ass excuse to leave with my uncle. I caught on that something wasn't right and asked them what was going on. At first they denied it, but finally I just said "Look you guys can tell me. If it's a dead body I'll help you bury it."

The entire table busted out laughing before telling me I had just stuck my shoe down to my colon and that my aunt had passed away.

They were trying to keep it from me and my siblings until they had made proper arrangements and squared away her estate.

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opus_4_vp 6 points

How did they mow the lawns of those huge British estates before the invention of the lawn mower?

wellsee2 5 points

Previously answered on Reddit. Individuals could have also used animals such as sheep, cows, geese, etc for lawn maintence.

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wellsee2 3 points

Depends on what you mean by ancient. Rome had working underground sewer systems, public restrooms, and used aquaducts to flush their systems. Note though that it was rare to have a tiolet in ones house that actually connected to the sewer line, and that lower classes may not have been permitter to use public restrooms and therefore had to carry around pots to use or just go on the street. Pretty advanced for their time, not so sure about other civilizations.

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Fullmetal9780 2,596 points

So much hair.

Oh, finally the spring shedding is endi-GUESS AGAIN BITCH, WE GOING ROUND 2 NOW!

wellsee2 2 points

A husky ran out in front of my car one morning and after having it in my car twice (once taking it to my house and then to the vet to get checked for a chip) I had to get it detailed to get all of the hair out. It was ridiculous, and I own a lab mix!! BTW Husky was reunited with it's owners :)

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Dedemao 2,591 points


If you want bigger controversy​: Miracle Whip

If you want to start a fistfight: say Miracle Whip is the same as mayo.

wellsee2 2 points

In the south Miracle Whip does not matter, it's Dukes vs Hellman's, and believe me if you are a true southerner you can take one bite of potato salad, or deviled eggs and know which one they used.

wellsee2 commented on a post in r/funny
wellsee2 26 points

Customer while being rang up- "I just thought you should know that not a single employee approached me, smiled, or went out of their way to help me."

Salesperson: "I do not find that hard to believe since you have been on your effing cell phone the entire time you have been here, waved away the greeter mid sentence, and have a "let me talk to the manager" haircut. Good thing you can function without a personal shopper."

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