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Category Archives: peers
Be it stealing from the community fridge, or talking too loud in the cubicles… what is YOUR most irritating pet peeve in the office or at work? See what others have to say. Inspired by Gayle King Advertisements
Peer pressure. Don’t we all fall victim to it at times? “Why Does Peer Pressure Affect Teens?” was on the news one night last week and you can read it here if you’d like to. I know now after thinking about it … Continue reading
I spied this over at Starla’s blog and absolutley had to steal it for over here. It is just to funny not to share.
This morning I had my dreaded hair coloring appointment. I don’t mind going in every 5 weeks for my haircut but I just hate getting it colored. This morning it was a little different. We were alone for one. Normally … Continue reading
If your friends and acquaintances were willing to bluntly and honestly tell you what they really thought of you, would you want them to?
Would you rather hang around with a group of younger kids and be the boss or hang around with a group of older kids and be the squirt?
Here is 9 year old Jericho Scott. He used to play baseball in New Haven, Conn. He has been banned from playing. He was told he’s to good to play and he should play somewhere else because he scares the other … Continue reading
Have you ever embarrassed yourself at a work or social function?
If someone had food in their teeth or their zipper was down, would you tell them? Would it depend on if you knew them and were close or not?
Do believe that the term “guilty by association” is true?