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Jul 11th 2010 11:12AM To every man who posted a comment wondering what was wrong with the gifts mentioned in the four examples....you'd better watch stories like this in the future because I'm positive you will see your ex complaining about the inappropriate gift you gave to them in a future article! And to the women who think those gifts were just fine? you deserve men like this who will give you inappropriate gifts. There is someone for everyone, and if you think a treadmill is appropriate for a gift after a month of dating, or if you think it's ok to receive a living thing as a gift that is more work than fun and you end up cleaning up after every day long after the guy is gone, of if you think it's ok to receive heirloom jewelry from someone you're not engaged or married to....etc.......then you need to go hook up with this inappropriate gift givers so that the smart girls out there don't have to deal with them!!!!
Jul 11th 2010 11:04AM Treadmills cost AT LEAST several hundred dollars...way too expensive for a gift to someone after only a month of dating.
Jul 11th 2010 10:56AM A treadmill is far too expensive a gift to be giving someone after only a month of dating. Inappropriate!
Jun 3rd 2010 11:21PM I had a group of guests at my wedding who understood that I wanted a classy and elegant wedding. We didn't smash cake in each others faces, there was no fighting over bouquet or garter, no off color toasts....and we allowed the deejay to play the chicken dance song because it was fun, but got quite upset when he broke out inflatable instruments and costumes and pestered the guests to dress up and do the Village People's YMCA....not quite the image we wanted to rememeber about our sophisticated affair...matter of fact, the deejay was the only negative...he said he had the song we wanted our first dance to, but didn't have it. He played the wrong song as we walked into the reception, and didn't start the dollar dance until way after the cake cutting, after people had already started leaving...
Feb 16th 2010 9:38PM Those of you who are asking what autotune is....listen to Cher's "Believe" or Janet Jackson's "All For You". Auto-Tone is a proprietary audio processor created by Antares Audio Technologies. It corrects pitch in vocal and instrumental performances, disguising off key mistakes. Singers can sing off key and still sound like they are performing perfectly tuned vocal tracks. Some stars openly say they use it, others refuse. Auto-Tune was used to produce the prominent altered vocal effect on the two songs I mentioned, making one sound somewhat like a robot....like someone programed a voice into a keyboard and someone hits a different key for each sung note.
Dec 22nd 2009 12:29AM Read the article, dorfwad. The article does't claim that this is a new picture. What some of USE won't do? Are you trying to say some of you's as in the plural of you...which isn't a word? Wow...
Dec 21st 2009 2:05PM I was driving around Rumson, New Jersey once with bad directions...made a turn and ended up in a cul de sac. I was trying to figure out where I was going and asked this person at a mailbox...turns out it was a guy dressed in woman's clothing (no word of a lie) and he asked if I was looking for Jon Bon Jovi's house. I said no, and just then a high wooden gate opened and a black Mercedes pulled out...with Jon Bon Jovi behind the wheel, drinking a Snapple. Not only did he give me great directions, he autographed my high school yearbook (the only thing I had paper-wise in my vehicle) and took a picture with me. I disagree about him being aloof...maybe he didn't hear you. Rockstars are notorious for bad hearing.