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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
19 October 2013
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meanmistermustard said

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What a waste of butter, it would just melt and make the pie all soggy when in the oven – and there is nothing worse than a soggy bottom. 
 

 

Here we go again… don't get Ahhh Girl started, she'll never restrain herself! a-hard-days-night-ringo-13]

Soggy bottom. Nappies and incontinence? Ewwww! No thanks. a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

I'm actually touched that both of you remembered that comment from some time ago. Back then I thought about telling the story of my mom and all my thoughts on the topic, but I didn't want to ruin the party for my fangirl friends. This time around I felt a bit more comfortable saying all of it on the forum because I felt more comfortable with all of you.

When my dad had that hemorrhage, I went from 10 to 37 in two years time. I've worked, saved, and bought things I wanted that were above the level of subsistence since I was 12. I've been so serious since then. Coming on here and gushing over mccartneyalarm's Knight in Shining Armor is my release. If I or any of you see that Sir Paul's armor is in need of mending or polishing, we need to get him to my counseling office right away.

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fabfouremily said

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I bloody hate people arguing, parents are at it again ahdn_paul_02 And they wonder why I'm always listening to music, anything that keeps me from hearing yelling every fecking night is a God-send

*hugs*

I know this probably sounds horrible, but I'm waiting for the day my mom gives in and kills my dad. Or leaves him. Then we'll all have some peace and live happily ever after.

Sending love your way heartheartheart

 

Sending love to both of you.heartheartheart

 

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I had many horrible days in my childhood due to my parents who separated twice (once was hell on earth).  So whilst i do not know what either or you are going thru (its different for each person in each circumstance) i just hope you have some release from it all, some place you can go and find a bit of peace and joy. heart

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fabfouremily said

AppleScruffJunior said
I bloody hate people arguing, parents are at it again ahdn_paul_02 And they wonder why I'm always listening to music, anything that keeps me from hearing yelling every fecking night is a God-send

*hugs*

I know this probably sounds horrible, but I'm waiting for the day my mom gives in and kills my dad. Or leaves him. Then we'll all have some peace and live happily ever after.

Sending love your way heartheartheart

 

I use wish that as a teenage, except opposite, wishing it will my dad give in and kill my mom. I could not stand my mother until way after I moved away and she is one of the main reason why I moved out. My parents still argue, but now when my dad complains about her I just say "You married her". He usually shuts up; thus, its the truth and he has put up with her for almost 30 years. 

Sending love to you two, good luck, and keep your heads up. heartheartheartheart

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fabfouremily said

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I bloody hate people arguing, parents are at it again ahdn_paul_02 And they wonder why I'm always listening to music, anything that keeps me from hearing yelling every fecking night is a God-send

*hugs*

I know this probably sounds horrible, but I'm waiting for the day my mom gives in and kills my dad. Or leaves him. Then we'll all have some peace and live happily ever after.

Sending love your way heartheartheart

 

It's a shame that you two wonderful young ladies are living under such trying circumstances. I'm glad you laid some of your burden on us so we can send love your way. I glad you aren't the type of teens who would just say a-hard-days-night-paul-11 to it all and drop out of trying to make something of your lives. I know you are both working very hard at school.

sky999 and MMM thanks for sharing your stories so that these mates of ours know they aren't alone in their pain.

sky999, how did you end up reconciling with your mom (if you want to tell us)?

Thinking through this episode with all of you, I am reminded of two of my very earliest memories. My dad was a long-haul truck driver so he was gone every M-F. He drank a lot on weekends. My mom tried to get him to stop. He was never violent, and I never recall any shouting matches between them. Memory one is that no matter how much my mom hated for my dad to drink (she was raised a teetotaler so I really have never understood why she married him), she would take me to the liquor store to get my dad's favorite whiskey. Memory two is the one time I remember when my mom had me bundled up in a coat with suitcases packed and said she was going to leave with me if he didn't quit drinking. It's just a snapshot that flashes back to me when conversations like this arise. I never talk to my mom about it now.

 

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Ahhh Girl said

fabfouremily said

AppleScruffJunior said
I bloody hate people arguing, parents are at it again ahdn_paul_02 And they wonder why I'm always listening to music, anything that keeps me from hearing yelling every fecking night is a God-send

*hugs*

I know this probably sounds horrible, but I'm waiting for the day my mom gives in and kills my dad. Or leaves him. Then we'll all have some peace and live happily ever after.

Sending love your way heartheartheart

 

It's a shame that you two wonderful young ladies are living under such trying circumstances. I'm glad you laid some of your burden on us so we can send love your way. I glad you aren't the type of teens who would just say a-hard-days-night-paul-11 to it all and drop out of trying to make something of your lives. I know you are both working very hard at school.

sky999 and MMM thanks for sharing your stories so that these mates of ours know they aren't alone in their pain.

sky999, how did you end up reconciling with your mom (if you want to tell us)?

Thinking through this episode with all of you, I am reminded of two of my very earliest memories. My dad was a long-haul truck driver so he was gone every M-F. He drank a lot on weekends. My mom tried to get him to stop. He was never violent, and I never recall any shouting matches between them. Memory one is that no matter how much my mom hated for my dad to drink (she was raised a teetotaler so I really have never understood why she married him), she would take me to the liquor store to get my dad's favorite whiskey. Memory two is the one time I remember when my mom had me bundled up in a coat with suitcases packed and said she was going to leave with me if he didn't quit drinking. It's just a snapshot that flashes back to me when conversations like this arise. I never talk to my mom about it now.

 

Sadly, we didn't really start making mends until after my brother died because now I am the only child. I think we both realized how short life is and even though I am still hurt from the past, we are willing to work with each other. I think it is also a bit of maturity on both parts. I've grown up; therefore, she has come to realize that I am an adult now, I make my own discussions whether she likes them or not. I think we also have come to accept each others personalities. That was the major problem right there, for our personalities always clashed and we could never accept one another. She still annoys me, don't get me wrong, but its so nice to be peaceful. I am glad I can have phone conversation with her like I did last night.  

 

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Sadly, we didn't really start making mends until after my brother died because now I am the only child. I think we both realized how short life is and even though I am still hurt from the past, we are willing to work with each other. I think it is also a bit of maturity on both parts. I've grown up; therefore, she has come to realize that I am an adult now, I make my own discussions whether she likes them or not. I think we also have come to accept each others personalities. That was the major problem right there, for our personalities always clashed and we could never accept one another. She still annoys me, don't get me wrong, but its so nice to be peaceful. I am glad I can have phone conversation with her like I did last night.

Here's hoping the peace remains and the telephone lines/cell towers don't go down.

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Ahhh Girl said

sky999 said

Sadly, we didn't really start making mends until after my brother died because now I am the only child. I think we both realized how short life is and even though I am still hurt from the past, we are willing to work with each other. I think it is also a bit of maturity on both parts. I've grown up; therefore, she has come to realize that I am an adult now, I make my own discussions whether she likes them or not. I think we also have come to accept each others personalities. That was the major problem right there, for our personalities always clashed and we could never accept one another. She still annoys me, don't get me wrong, but its so nice to be peaceful. I am glad I can have phone conversation with her like I did last night.

Here's hoping the peace remains and the telephone lines/cell towers don't go down.

Thanks

Luckily, I live near her and hopefully the lines won't go down unless there is another (Hurricane) Katrina. With Katrina we had makeshift phone booths, which were a set of phones in rows attached to wood, and people would also go to the end of broken bridges because those were the only places they could get signals on their phones. Imagine trying to contact loved ones and insurance companies during this. 

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To make this topic a happier one, here's a fun link: http://www.kwiz.biz/showquiz.p…..izid=13120

"What do The Beatles think of you?"

Here are my results:

John thinks: You're kind

Paul thinks: You're sweet

George thinks: I like you*

Ringo thinks: I Wanna Be Your Man!

*I'm in a-hard-days-night-george-10

Also a random experiment I'm conducting: What hand do you write with and who is your favourite Beatle?

Me: Left-handed and George

What about the rest of you lovely things? :)

 

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Right; Paul

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John Thinks  you're loving
Paul Thinks  You're kind
George Thinks  Do you want to hear a secret? I love you
Ringo Thinks  How did I get stuck with her?
19 October 2013
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Right handed. Paul.

Hot Dang, Paul. Here I am, baby!

My first 3 lines didn't copy???  ahhh girl / red/ 45

@sky999, I was thinking about Katrina when I wrote that. I can't even imagine trying to recover from such devastation. Are things pretty much back to normal for you?

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@AppleScruff and Emily: I'm so sorry for the both of you. I know exactly what you're going through. My parents are constantly fighting as well, and then all of a sudden they're smiling and being all lovey dovey with each other. That actually makes me very pissed instead of that's comforting. Once it got so bad my mom threw his matras down the stairs and yelled, we all woke up and the next day she seriously considered a divorce and did some research on the internet. Then, when I got back from school or work or wherever I was, and my dad came home. They all of a sudden were very friendly with each other. That annoys me. Like, seriously, first you're keeping your children awake and you come into my room for a bit of comfort and you're crying and all, and then next day you forgot it all or what? They wouldn't divorce though. My mom is stuck, financially.

Here I am, on a Saturday night on a forum. One of my so called best friends invited me to come over tonight with another friend, a few days ago. I didn't really hear from her today so decided to ask if it was still on and then she said her parents had an acquaintance visiting them so no one could come over. That would've been okay, hadn't the other friend tweeted that she had been there already for an hour and they were already watching a movie and stuff. I then ''confronted'' her on Whatsapp and said ''I thought you said no one could come?'' and she replied with ''No that's right, that visitor is still here'' and I said ''Then why is D. tweeting she is at your place and has been there even before you said no one could come?'' After that she remained silent. How stupid is this? If you don't want me to come over, why invite me in the first place? And how childish is this? She's 20 for god's sake.

Maybe I should look for other friends. I've had enough of this.

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@AppleScruff and Emily: I'm so sorry for the both of you. I know exactly what you're going through. My parents are constantly fighting as well, and then all of a sudden they're smiling and being all lovey dovey with each other. That actually makes me very pissed instead of that's comforting. Once it got so bad my mom threw his matras down the stairs and yelled, we all woke up and the next day she seriously considered a divorce and did some research on the internet. Then, when I got back from school or work or wherever I was, and my dad came home. They all of a sudden were very friendly with each other. That annoys me. Like, seriously, first you're keeping your children awake and you come into my room for a bit of comfort and you're crying and all, and then next day you forgot it all or what? They wouldn't divorce though. My mom is stuck, financially.

Here I am, on a Saturday night on a forum. One of my so called best friends invited me to come over tonight with another friend, a few days ago. I didn't really hear from her today so decided to ask if it was still on and then she said her parents had an acquaintance visiting them so no one could come over. That would've been okay, hadn't the other friend tweeted that she had been there already for an hour and they were already watching a movie and stuff. I then ''confronted'' her on Whatsapp and said ''I thought you said no one could come?'' and she replied with ''No that's right, that visitor is still here'' and I said ''Then why is D. tweeting she is at your place and has been there even before you said no one could come?'' After that she remained silent. How stupid is this? If you don't want me to come over, why invite me in the first place? And how childish is this? She's 20 for god's sake.

Maybe I should look for other friends. I've had enough of this.

Wow, just, wow, Linde. Either the other girl is sending lies in Tweets trying to create an alibi or your "friend" needs a boot up her backside.

I'm glad you have us tonight.

 

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@AppleScruff and Emily: I'm so sorry for the both of you. I know exactly what you're going through. My parents are constantly fighting as well, and then all of a sudden they're smiling and being all lovey dovey with each other. That actually makes me very pissed instead of that's comforting. Once it got so bad my mom threw his matras down the stairs and yelled, we all woke up and the next day she seriously considered a divorce and did some research on the internet. Then, when I got back from school or work or wherever I was, and my dad came home. They all of a sudden were very friendly with each other. That annoys me. Like, seriously, first you're keeping your children awake and you come into my room for a bit of comfort and you're crying and all, and then next day you forgot it all or what? They wouldn't divorce though. My mom is stuck, financially.

Here I am, on a Saturday night on a forum. One of my so called best friends invited me to come over tonight with another friend, a few days ago. I didn't really hear from her today so decided to ask if it was still on and then she said her parents had an acquaintance visiting them so no one could come over. That would've been okay, hadn't the other friend tweeted that she had been there already for an hour and they were already watching a movie and stuff. I then ''confronted'' her on Whatsapp and said ''I thought you said no one could come?'' and she replied with ''No that's right, that visitor is still here'' and I said ''Then why is D. tweeting she is at your place and has been there even before you said no one could come?'' After that she remained silent. How stupid is this? If you don't want me to come over, why invite me in the first place? And how childish is this? She's 20 for god's sake.

Maybe I should look for other friends. I've had enough of this.

Wow, just, wow, Linde. Either the other girl is sending lies in Tweets trying to create an alibi or your "friend" needs a boot up her backside.

I'm glad you have us tonight.

 

We also make great waffles
 

 

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Wow, just, wow, Linde. Either the other girl is sending lies in Tweets trying to create an alibi or your "friend" needs a boot up her backside.

I'm glad you have us tonight.

 

 

This is great! We can stay up late, swapping manly stories and in the morning, I'm making waffles!
 
  

 

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I'll bring the butter and syrup for the waffles if you need me to.

Flowers from the hubby for our anniversary. Our anniversary isn't actually until Monday, but I won't be at the library that day. He always loves for me to have the flowers at the library.

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I love waffles <3

Oh I completely forgot to tell this, but there's also something good that happened. I got an internship! As part of my Social Work study I have to follow one for 75 hours this year, it's called ''a sniffing-internship'' because it's only to get introduced to the world of social work and to see what it's like. Anyway, it's an internship at Best Buddies, which is a project in which you do activities with lightly mentally disabled people. You also have meetings with the organisation and the other buddies to discuss the process and their behaviour and we also have to keep in touch with our ''clients'' via Skype and such. There were only 10 places and I was the first one to get chosen so I was thrilled! 

Monday I'm having an interview for another internship though, one that's close to home. That's another project for an organisation called the Children's Telephone, which is a number children can call when they have problems, whatever problems. It's completely anonymous and has a chatroom as well. This project is called Peer-to-Peer-project and I guess it's pretty self-explanatory. I'm actually too old for this project, as they originally didn't want to hire anyone above 18, but since my siblings are 16 they thought I could be understanding. Ha lucky me. Seems pretty cool too.

I'm going to be so busy. School, my job, my internship..no more time for a social life. Thank God it's only for a short period.

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I love waffles <3

Oh I completely forgot to tell this, but there's also something good that happened. I got an internship! As part of my Social Work study I have to follow one for 75 hours this year, it's called ''a sniffing-internship'' because it's only to get introduced to the world of social work and to see what it's like. Anyway, it's an internship at Best Buddies, which is a project in which you do activities with lightly mentally disabled people. You also have meetings with the organisation and the other buddies to discuss the process and their behaviour and we also have to keep in touch with our ''clients'' via Skype and such. There were only 10 places and I was the first one to get chosen so I was thrilled! 

Monday I'm having an interview for another internship though, one that's close to home. That's another project for an organisation called the Children's Telephone, which is a number children can call when they have problems, whatever problems. It's completely anonymous and has a chatroom as well. This project is called Peer-to-Peer-project and I guess it's pretty self-explanatory. I'm actually too old for this project, as they originally didn't want to hire anyone above 18, but since my siblings are 16 they thought I could be understanding. Ha lucky me. Seems pretty cool too.

I'm going to be so busy. School, my job, my internship..no more time for a social life. Thank God it's only for a short period.

Congrats! One apple for the internship you landed and one for good luck on getting the other one.apple01apple01 I hope your experiences with both are rewarding. I have a cousin in Arizona who is a social worker. She LOVES it.

 

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Oh no I have to pick ONE of them. It's not like I can do both. I would die lol. 

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Oh no I have to pick ONE of them. It's not like I can do both. I would die lol. 

Oh, ok. Well, I hope you enjoy the one you are involved in in the upcoming weeks.

Edit: yes, now I see that you wrote that you will have *one* for 75 hours.

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