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Subject: What Oopsies have you done on CNET or other?

Forum: What Oopsies have you done on CNET or other?
Hi CNET:

Have you made a dumb mistake on CNET or other places that you just rolled your eyes afterward? Yesterday I answered two different questions/posts, one about cars and the other on another topic and I accidentally posted them both on the car post. One other time I sent in a required paperwork form and didn't realize until afterwards that I had sent it in without signing it, so I had to print off another form and quickly sent that one in. What oops moment have you had?

- W

Subject: Re: Sleeping naked

Forum: Sleeping naked
Hi, nope I would never sleep naked. I used to sleep walk and would not want to walk around naked and have my mom have to guide me back to bed, naked as a newborn baby. Plus I tend to kick off my covers and the dog or cats like to sleep on my bed. I don't want dog or cats scratching me or wet noses where I don't want wet noses to be.

- W

Subject: Re: Favorite Outdoor Activity?

Forum: Favorite Outdoor Activity?
Hi, I also love to camp; but usually I like to camp when the weather is hot and we can swim or go boating. I also like to have a camp fire and roast marshmallows, smores, or biscuits dipped in cinnamon. Waking up to a camp fire breakfast with fried potatoes, pancakes and sausage is ideal too. Bring on the warm weather!

- W

Subject: Re: Do You Care What People Think About You?

Forum: Do You Care What People Think About You?
Hi, I think everyone cares a little bit about how others think of you, and I do want people to view me in a positive way, but I have found that many factors can be at play with how people view you. If your family was not from the area where you attend school then that can be a factor, if you are more of an introvert and kind of shy then that can also have people view you differently, and it depends on how much you participate in the community. I care what my family think and my friends, others can depend on how I view them. "Are they kind and thoughtful, or are they pretenders who can really be judgemental or play favorites?"

- W

Subject: Re: Greed, do you have it?!

Forum: Greed, do you have it?!
Hi, I guess I do not pay that much attention to who is ranked, one because I think that would bug me and I would become obsessive about it and two, I like to post, but I don't want to be agitated by something that I can not really control. Some people might take more time to devote to their posts and time tables or organization on how to participate; but I have so many other things on my list of things to do.

- W

Subject: Silly pet names or name them after someone famous?

Forum: Silly pet names or name them after someone famous?
Hi CNET:

Hi, do you tend to name your pets silly names, such as Fluffy or Fido, or do you go with something significant, such as naming them after people, rock bands, or something else? We were naming our dogs after rockers, as we had a 'Sammy' (Hagar) and an 'Ozzy' (Osbourne), then we had a 'Peyton' (Peyton Manning), and then our cats were 'Maximus' after a Gladiator, and 'Dirk' and 'Jordan' after basketball players. What are your pet's names and the why?

- W

Subject: Re: Favorite ideal car?

Forum: Favorite ideal car?
Hi, I have two older brothers. I always wanted a younger brother, or even a baby sister might have been fun to have. Then I would be able to boss someone younger around. If we had a sister though, I think we would all be extra protective of her and taught her to be great at sports.

- W

Subject: Re: Favorite ideal car?

Forum: Favorite ideal car?
Hi, if I could have any car that I wanted, where gas and price was not a problem, then I would probably go for a 1967 black Barracuda. I really like the muscle cars, I think they look fantastic and they were built solid, not out of plastic which so many cars today seem to be made to "total out" after a little fender bender. We need to go back to making tough cars that can last for generations.

- W

Subject: Re: Has your dog ever gone crazy?

Forum: Has your dog ever gone crazy?
Hi, Oh yes, my dog has the zoomies a lot. My Rat Terrier that passed away last year used to do this too. We would be playing and then all of a sudden he would run as fast as he could around the couch and into the room and repeat for about three times before he wore himself out. My Blue Heeler does the same, just random times he will become so excited that he runs in circles around the couches and then he will go from couch to couch and then burst into the other room. He will also do this when he grabs a shoe or a box, something that he knows he is not supposed to have and he will run around the couch and chairs to get you to chase him. He is a real good juker, so he will go back and forth and zig zag all over the place, having a blast. Little turd.

- W

Subject: Re: Make a wish

Forum: Make a wish
Hi, my wish would be for cancer to disappear from humans and animals!

- W

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