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Freddie Woo tells us "I'm having to drive 500 miles to pick up my son from the ex's house because she won't let him take the train in case he gets off at the wrong station. He's 19 years old and has A-Levels and everything." - Tell us about illogical and irrational people who get on your nerves.

(, Thu 10 Oct 2013, 12:24)
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yes I was particularly slow to realise I was being foolish
I think marriage had something to do with it - you can easily end up holding each other back from developing. Especially in that kind of situation
(, Wed 16 Oct 2013, 17:05, closed)
In certain religious circles
I've noticed a lot of the activities seem to centre around reinforcement of the idea of there being a god and so forth, with cell groups and the like. Perhaps marriage is a little like this? Then again, I've never been married so I wouldn't know. That said, once I got away from the cell groups, university societies and whatnot and into the bar with a lot of beer, it was kind of inevitable really.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2013, 17:19, closed)
haha yes
getting into good live music was part of it for me - actually socialising with real people is surprisingly effective in dispelling bullshit!
(, Wed 16 Oct 2013, 17:23, closed)

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