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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #36 on: July 30, 2019, 12:54:58 am »
You win.

It is all yours.

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I know...

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I know...

Cause uhhh...

Well see...

Uhhh...

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(((Like A Boss!!!)))

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #37 on: September 08, 2019, 11:58:47 am »
So who's Boo? I have my coffee, let's chat😊

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #38 on: September 08, 2019, 01:18:57 pm »
So who's Boo? I have my coffee, let's chat😊

I think boo is a term ghetto trash use when referring to their SO.  It makes me cringe.  It's like nails on a chalkboard.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #39 on: September 08, 2019, 01:20:40 pm »
Hi Boo! Just having my coffee now. Do you drink alot of coffee?

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #40 on: September 08, 2019, 01:46:40 pm »
Hi Boo! Just having my coffee now. Do you drink alot of coffee?

Who are you talking to?

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #41 on: September 08, 2019, 03:38:33 pm »

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #42 on: September 08, 2019, 03:52:46 pm »
I think boo is a term ghetto trash use when referring to their SO.  It makes me cringe.  It's like nails on a chalkboard.
I've heard the term used before. Never used it myself LoL
I thought here it was someone's nickname, or username. I should stop thinking 🤣

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #43 on: September 08, 2019, 07:29:01 pm »

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #44 on: September 08, 2019, 07:36:35 pm »
I've heard the term used before. Never used it myself LoL
I thought here it was someone's nickname, or username. I should stop thinking 🤣

My buddies gf cause him boo boo.  It was annoying to me at first, but she's really nice to me and she has been supportive of me through my divorce (she doesn't like my ex) so she gets a pass and he's happy with her and I know he couldn't find anyone for a long time and he was lonely.  So I am happy that they are both very happy together.  They gonna get married next summer at the beach.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #45 on: September 08, 2019, 09:14:28 pm »
My buddies gf cause him boo boo.  It was annoying to me at first, but she's really nice to me and she has been supportive of me through my divorce (she doesn't like my ex) so she gets a pass and he's happy with her and I know he couldn't find anyone for a long time and he was lonely.  So I am happy that they are both very happy together.  They gonna get married next summer at the beach.
It's good to hear he found someone. It's hell being lonely, and even worse if you pick the wrong person.

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« Reply #46 on: September 08, 2019, 09:42:37 pm »
It's good to hear he found someone. It's hell being lonely, and even worse if you pick the wrong person.

I agree.  I'd rather be lonely than with the wrong person.  I don't feel lonely being single.  I'm very happy.  I don't like when folks ask me if I'm dating anyone, tho. It's like there is this pressure to date someone.  I kind of like living life drama free and my ex wife lied a lot and my ex gf lied a lot (she wasn't very good at it either, whereas my ex-wife I just never thought she was like that and missed warning signs cause I just never thought she would be like that ... so I was blind sided). 

My ex gf said you cut your ex-wife so much more slack than you cut me ... I said yeah well I learned ... I expect honesty.    I even gave my-ex gf one more chance after catching her in a big lie, but I said never do that again to me or it's over ... do you understand.   I won't do that again for anyone.  She'd be on the phone talking to people and lying to them (plus she was really moody and would get pissy for no reason). From now on, lie once and that's it.  I am more observant of such things.  Small lies portend of bigger and consistent lying.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #47 on: September 08, 2019, 09:45:44 pm »
My friend is a really nice mellow guy.  She's a pistol. They are perfect for each other.

He has more body hair than a bear.  He's half Greek.  He is one hairy mother.  I bet he keeps her warm at night, lol.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #48 on: September 08, 2019, 10:27:11 pm »
I agree.  I'd rather be lonely than with the wrong person.  I don't feel lonely being single.  I'm very happy.  I don't like when folks ask me if I'm dating anyone, tho. It's like there is this pressure to date someone.  I kind of like living life drama free and my ex wife lied a lot and my ex gf lied a lot (she wasn't very good at it either, whereas my ex-wife I just never thought she was like that and missed warning signs cause I just never thought she would be like that ... so I was blind sided). 

My ex gf said you cut your ex-wife so much more slack than you cut me ... I said yeah well I learned ... I expect honesty.    I even gave my-ex gf one more chance after catching her in a big lie, but I said never do that again to me or it's over ... do you understand.   I won't do that again for anyone.  She'd be on the phone talking to people and lying to them (plus she was really moody and would get pissy for no reason). From now on, lie once and that's it.  I am more observant of such things.  Small lies portend of bigger and consistent lying.
How do you find so many liars? Are you strict in your ways, or is your people picker off? LoL

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #49 on: September 08, 2019, 10:59:43 pm »
Who's that?

I assumed Boo is the person of focus of this thred.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #50 on: September 08, 2019, 11:05:03 pm »
How do you find so many liars? Are you strict in your ways, or is your people picker off? LoL

As Tupac said, money brings b1tches and b1tches bring lies.  So it doesn't seem I'm the only one who has encountered this. 

My people picker was off with my ex-wife, but she changed and she's really good at playing the victim and good at crocodile tears.  As my sister said "she gets off trying to make people feel sorry for her."  I told her to go see a therapist cause she was depressed and all she did was complain about me to the therapist and didn't work on any of her issues.  I don't think she could even admit to a therapist that she has issues.

 We started dating when I was 17 and she was 16 and she was my first love.  People change.  When we met, she wanted children so bad and right away and I was good for that.  When my kids got older, she wanted something else I guess, but I have come to realize we didn't want the same things and I could never get her on the same page with me in terms of life goals.  She said she wanted those things, but actions speak louder than words.  So I wasn't happy with the relationship either and she needed to go.

I don't think I have changed so much though.  I'm pretty straight forward and speak my mind.  What you see is what you get for better or worse.  I don't tell lies to people.  I don't have much to lie about.  If I would lie then that would mean I'm not being my authentic self and I wouldn't like myself if I was that way.  That's why I suppose I don't ... it has more to do with me and my own standards of expectation of myself than other people.  That would be an awful way to live a life ... living and telling lies, IMO.  Why not just be the person you are lying about being or accept that you aren't that person and be who you really are?

My ex-gf, I picked up on it right away once she started lying.  She didn't fool me.  I'm not Nostradamus, tho... I can't predict who is gonna be a liar until they start lying.  I think I approach a new relationship with an open mind and hope for the best and assume a person is good, but with my eyes open and until the person demonstrates otherwise.

I am not strict or controlling when it comes to others.  I have expectations for myself, tho and I suppose I am strict with myself and people can't interfere with that or be incompatible with that.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #51 on: September 08, 2019, 11:07:56 pm »
I assumed Boo is the person of focus of this thred.

It sounds like you wanna volunteer to be boo.  Boo it is!  ;p

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #52 on: September 08, 2019, 11:13:18 pm »
It sounds like you wanna volunteer to be boo.  Boo it is!  ;p

No I don't want to be Boo. I thought this thread was about Boo.

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Re: Coffee with Boo!
« Reply #53 on: September 08, 2019, 11:22:16 pm »
As Tupac said, money brings b1tches and b1tches bring lies.  So it doesn't seem I'm the only one who has encountered this. 

My people picker was off with my ex-wife, but she changed and she's really good at playing the victim and good at crocodile tears.  As my sister said "she gets off trying to make people feel sorry for her."  I told her to go see a therapist cause she was depressed and all she did was complain about me to the therapist and didn't work on any of her issues.  I don't think she could even admit to a therapist that she has issues.

 We started dating when I was 17 and she was 16 and she was my first love.  People change.  When we met, she wanted children so bad and right away and I was good for that.  When my kids got older, she wanted something else I guess, but I have come to realize we didn't want the same things and I could never get her on the same page with me in terms of life goals.  She said she wanted those things, but actions speak louder than words.  So I wasn't happy with the relationship either and she needed to go.

I don't think I have changed so much though.  I'm pretty straight forward and speak my mind.  What you see is what you get for better or worse.  I don't tell lies to people.  I don't have much to lie about.  If I would lie then that would mean I'm not being my authentic self and I wouldn't like myself if I was that way.  That's why I suppose I don't ... it has more to do with me and my own standards of expectation of myself than other people.  That would be an awful way to live a life ... living and telling lies, IMO.  Why not just be the person you are lying about being or accept that you aren't that person and be who you really are?

My ex-gf, I picked up on it right away once she started lying.  She didn't fool me.  I'm not Nostradamus, tho... I can't predict who is gonna be a liar until they start lying.  I think I approach a new relationship with an open mind and hope for the best and assume a person is good, but with my eyes open and until the person demonstrates otherwise.

I am not strict or controlling when it comes to others.  I have expectations for myself, tho and I suppose I am strict with myself and people can't interfere with that or be incompatible with that.

What's worse is she'd go to the therapist and complain about me and tell the therapist half the story  ... the half that makes me look bad, lol, and would never tell the therapist the whole truth or the why behind it all. She did the same thing with my mom and sister and I kept all our relationship issues between the two of us and didn't bad mouth her to anyone. So then you've got a therapist and even my mom and sister giving her advice when they are operating based on half truths and in some cases lies.

That's why giving good advice to people when they are only telling you one side of a two sided story is hard to do.  My ex wife since the day we met, from how she was raised was always saying sorry to people.  She got a lot better about that as we were together, but still somewhere she has a real issue with feeling like she did something wrong or bad and she will live in denial.  I think she was shamed a lot as a little girl.  It's not really possible to even work on relationship issues with someone like that.

I have a lot of regret and I wish things could have been different, but I don't know if I could have done anything different to change things.  It just wasn't working and we both were not happy. I felt trapped.  I am happy again and have processed a lot and moved on.  So that is good