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Old 07-02-2013, 12:49 PM
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Today a hospital security guard asked if I was "with child" and I laughed and said no (which I've gotten recently because we didn't tell a lot of people we were getting married so people who didn't know assume it happened overnight -- and people only get married quickly or privately when someone gets pregnant, obvs).

He then went on to say, "oh, well.....I noticed a little poof" (pointing to my stomach)

Reeeally.
Jerk.

This was after he watched me lift 200lbs into my car by myself.
What. The. ****. What a jackass.
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:00 PM
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Today a hospital security guard asked if I was "with child" and I laughed and said no (which I've gotten recently because we didn't tell a lot of people we were getting married so people who didn't know assume it happened overnight -- and people only get married quickly or privately when someone gets pregnant, obvs).

He then went on to say, "oh, well.....I noticed a little poof" (pointing to my stomach)

Reeeally.
Jerk.

This was after he watched me lift 200lbs into my car by myself.
I dearly hope you silently, pointedly stared at some physical flaw of his.
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:28 PM
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OMG, k9. What an idiot.

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I would bet bar biting. I had some (a lot) issues when Kastle was young. His canines are all gouged and he has a chipped incisor...and two missing teeth. I ended up muzzling him until the behavior (he still TRIED to bite the bars) slowed way down, then I switched him from a wire kennel to a varikennel and then into a pen with square bars. He rarely bites them anymore. I'm not sure if the "training" worked or he outgrew it...or both. He's never in a wire crate anymore if I can help it though.
I think you're right. Fable hates being contained. I was wondering how she broke 3 canines down to the base, but she does nothing half-assed. If she felt like biting the bars, she'd go at it with fervor. She needs a new crate anyway, so I'll get one without wire.
Did Kastle need any treatment for what he did to his teeth?
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:41 PM
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Holy crap K9, did you punch him in the nose?

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Did Kastle need any treatment for what he did to his teeth?
No. I stopped it before he snapped off anywhere near the root. The teeth he knocked out were not from the bars, and those needed surgery.
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:50 PM
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Got yet another message on dating site from a guy older than me by more than a decade and out of my stated date range.
So I disabled my account.

So done with this. I don't even care anymore.
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Old 07-02-2013, 02:17 PM
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1st session with my personal trainer and Im terrified.
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Old 07-02-2013, 02:21 PM
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One cancellation, one no show, and a dog with a super infected penis that I sent home with orders to seek veterinary care... I groomed two dogs today. Fml.
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Old 07-02-2013, 02:28 PM
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I'm very happy with myself for going to "boot camp" but my vent....sigh, its so early! I am lucky to get 5 hours of sleep before going and then trying to do a full out workout when that tired is hard:/ Then I come home, shower (feed animals etc) and go BACK to bed for a couple hours. Rest of the day is just shot because I am all discombobulated.

And related vent...my hands hurt. We did ladder work today which included walking planks basically down the side and then walking planks with push ups, bear crawl, etc. This was all on a parking lot during a light rain so my hands got a bit beat up. Then we did tire dragging and flipping!

Plus side was we are in a wacky cool front right now and it does not feel like july here at all and the rain felt great.
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Old 07-02-2013, 02:40 PM
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1st session with my personal trainer and Im terrified.
Don't be!!! It will be AWESOME!
I loved working with my personal trainer. There's another one here I would LOVE to work with, but it's so super expensive. I just can't scrape together the money again right now.
But if I could work with a personal trainer even just once a week I would super love that. It will be amazing. Just be totally upfront with them. Tell them if you're scared too, tell them you've never worked with a trainer before and don't know what to expect. It will be amazing and you'll love it.
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