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    I was going to post that i hate that no one has posted on the hater thread in so long that its off the first page . . . but i cant find it at all. I"m starting to think its been deleted?

    But i need my hater thread!
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    Amen.

    Didn't want to start a new one until someone mentioned what happened to the old one. I was thinking that it was a taboo subject. Thanks for bringing it up.
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    Wha? What happened to the old thread? I bet the Love Thread got jealous that the Hater Thread gets more posts.

    I hate that my library is closed on weekends in the summer. I hate that I'm out of ice cream. And I hate that three steak knives have completely vanished from my kitchen. Where on earth could they be?

    There. Three posts down. 5,000+ to go.
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    I hate that my son refuses to do anything even remotely productive this week. I got a lovely reprieve yesterday when the neighbors took both kids fishing/swimming, but he is being deliberately obtuse and has been all week. We were supposed to go swimming at a friend's house today and I had to cancel (which I *HATE* doing, because I hate looking like a flake, and I know they'd been looking forward to having us over) because rather than do ANY of the work I asked him to do, he wanted to lay on the floor and suck his thumb. Seriously. Yesterday he spent several hours deliberately trying to annoy his sister. The day before he decided it was a good idea to be up past midnight on his Kindle. He is wearing my patience. UGH.
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    What happened to the other one? Did it get too big?
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    i hate my headache and shortness of breath, which seem to be my period symptoms these days.
    Cara, homeschooling one
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    Quote Originally Posted by AddlepatedMonkeyMama View Post
    And I hate that three steak knives have completely vanished from my kitchen. Where on earth could they be?
    They're all out partying with my missing tablespoons. Flatware...you just can't trust it to stay where you put it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farrarwilliams View Post
    What happened to the other one? Did it get too big?
    That was my third theory. My first was that someone took it down as a reprimand for the blowup in the 'other' thread, and the second theory was that the OP (Stella, if I remember correctly) took it down in the ultimate moment of hate (which would totally be within her rights).

    The only one who knows for sure may be the admin. I just know that it dropped my total # of posts substantially...a wicked sign that I was spending wayyyyyy too much time in that thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murphs_mom View Post
    I just know that it dropped my total # of posts substantially...a wicked sign that I was spending wayyyyyy too much time in that thread.
    Whoa, I'm back under 2000 posts again. No fair!

    I hate that Grumpy Cat is no longer gracing us with her presence via MrsLOLcat's avatar. I actually miss all the Grumpy Cat memes on Facebook.
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    Yeah, I think I was just over 500...sad to think that many of my posts were hate-based. Gaw.

    I hate ants. Not just one or two, mind you. The 435K of them that I disturbed while weeding are now giving the mosquitoes a run to see who can be the most annoying. And I hate trying to type w/gloves on. Backspace, backspace, backspace every other word. It's like watching DH type w/his two fingers.


    Back to the weeds and my buddies, the ants.
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