Hmm this woman is a stupid bigot isn't she you know you can still "do It" in a single bed ,I may or may not have tested out this theory in my younger days.
My rules in my house are pretty laid back,I like everyone to eat at the table together and be nice to each other.Regarding the sleeping over bit we made it to when you are in a proper loving relationship may you sleep over in our chldrens queen beds,no random girls or guys in our house and they have respected that to my knowledge I don't want to see some random boy or girl in the morning who is just here for a quickie.My children are both with people so no worries there and they are 22 and 24 so they are adults. - Lisa Mckenzie
And even over and out here, as I tune in, yay verily the channels work tonight. - ro.watson
Our latest rule - for our 14.5 year old - is that if you are going to act like a twat and get suspended from school, then you shall be grounded for a month with all social media banned. It is mildly amusing watching him trying to fill his time in with everything BUT social media. - Ms Midge
I was horrified to read of this earlier today. How dare that woman go out of her way to make these women feel so unwelcome. Its so ridiculous, it could almost be laughable! Just gobsmacked that this occurs. How dare she. - Mrs Notable
The other part of the radio grabs I heard is that the DSM should not be used as a forensic tool..so it is not just psych versus psych. Although some of us could be classified as having some kind of mental health issue eg if we are not doing well in relationships, work, not adapting to change e.g abuse or grief or trauma. Then of course there is substance dependency... the list is long and the candidates are plentiful........ - ro.watson
My post was Divinely guided.
The Lord cannot be mocked and freedom of speech is for more than the forces of darkness. - John Jay
...meanwhile.... john jay... you begin to make me doubt the wisdom of free speech within fair restraint ....back to bonobos... - ro.watson
This might be a little off topic as my comments do not relate to my house rules, but I recall having the experience of being asked to move to separate rooms at a big fancy hotel in Perth (Australia just in case you were wondering) rather than continue to share the room with my partner because on arrival we had each filled in separate registration cards and our names were different. After we had been there a few days, we were asked to see the duty manager who went through the exercise of tellling us we were at an "international" hotel and it was unseemly for a man and a woman who were not married to share a room. When we responded that we were quite happy to move to another "international" hotel down the road for the rest of our holiday so he said the hotel would "lose" one of the registration cards and so we stayed on. They were clearly happy to accept our cash. Year? 1973! - Gwen
I liked this note on how to grow up...... - ro.watson