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2 mistakes: pick a girl that shares your interests, focus on games you can play together. And they lived happily ever after, beating the crap out of each other in Mario Kart.
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Some of these are just popcorn comedies that did their job well enough, or were even meant to be hokey. Meanwhile, I don't see my top travesties like The Crow: Wicked Prayer, Eragon, or the hell that is Sucker Punch. Pardon me, I just threw up in my mouth a little.
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Another perspective to consider is that young children are not supposed to wear hard soled shoes because their feet will not grow correctly and it changes the arch. It is healthy for adults to NOT wear shoes all the time, as it allows your feet to spread out and relax to their natural shape, and holistically, the health and alignment of the bones in your feet effect the alignment of the entirety of your skeleton and muscles. I begrudgingly allow elder in-laws to wear their shoes in the house, and then spend the next week sanitizing.
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I have to respectfully disagree. This could only lead to outlawing women's ability to drink if it were a mandatory test before serving the first drink of the night. "Hi, I'm John, I'll be your bar tender for tonight, please pee on this stick."

I think the problem is the timing. How many women make a bee-line for the restroom the second they get to the first bar of the night?

In defense of this concept, fewer than 50% of women ovulate at the "standard" time (day 15) within their cycle, or even have a regular cycle, for that matter. On top of that, even taking "the pill" with perfect daily timing, it is still not an infalable form of birth control, producing an estimated 2 pregnancies per 1000 users. I think this is a good gesture, at least providing women with a "well.. what if?" means of last minute check, allowing them to take responsibilities for their own bodies and actions. The one down side is that pee sticks are only so accurate, and only starting so many days after conception, AND some women don't produce enough pregnancy hormones to give a positive test for even the first week or two after their missed period. A period can be missed or late for many reasons, including stress and poor diet, and on certain forms of birth control, like the mini pill, there is no regular period to rely on as an "I'm not pregnant" note.

This concept is far from perfect, but I think it is a good idea and will be helpful to many women. I would rather they find out at the last minute than take that drink.
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