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What if they stop making that medication and I need it later? (referring to expired pet meds for a long dead dog, originally bought in 1974) 61. What if he visits but forgets to bring any underwear?
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My mom has specifically said that she was too much of an ‘intellectual’ than to focus on housework. That she was “too busy taking care of the kids” to clean.
Now the kids are out of the house and she’s still too busy. She was sick, tired, achy, didn’t feel well, (insert favorite medical complaint here)…
I am so constipated I had to use a suppository again. The phone keeps ringing with sales calls and it keeps distracting me.
I don’t feel well *(this has been her excuse for EVERYTHING she doesn’t want to do since I can remember). I had a doctor’s appointment today and when I got home I was EXHAUSTED.