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Old 10-07-2017, 07:07 PM   #166
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My daughter called me last night from where she's working as a barista. An old man wanted her to stir his tea with her finger because he wanted to see how sweet she tasted.
She said she was creeped out, and understandably so, he didn't bother her the rest of the night, but her and her co worker after closing went out to their cars together.
Sadly this comes with the territory with working with the public, and especially being a young woman.
People are just sick sometimes. "
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Yeah, my girlfriend has had similar experiences. It's sad that this is "normal" but the service worker has two choices; complain about it and possibly get in trouble because you have to "humor" the customer, or keep quiet and endure rather icky behavior. Obviously if it crosses a line there's no choice but to report; but many guys are crafty enough to go right up to the line then step back, so they can later say there was "a misunderstanding".

Sad but true.
It is sad that this has become the norm, I'm sure she'll have more good customers than these creeps, and she did make her co workers aware of him so she does have them to back her up if by chance this guy comes back.
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last weekend I had to go to the E.R. where I had to have a catheter put in, and I was forced to miss our reunion of all our cousins which I was REALLY looking forward to.
This is the 4th time since my operation in Sept. that I've had to go to the E.R. and have a catheter put in because of urinary retention, And now my urologist says they want to do a test to see why it's happening. I hope it's nothing serious; I'm scared.
Thank god I have Medicare.
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last weekend I had to go to the E.R. where I had to have a catheter put in, and I was forced to miss our reunion of all our cousins which I was REALLY looking forward to.
This is the 4th time since my operation in Sept. that I've had to go to the E.R. and have a catheter put in because of urinary retention, And now my urologist says they want to do a test to see why it's happening. I hope it's nothing serious; I'm scared.
Thank god I have Medicare.
Sorry to hear this! I'm sure you will be OK , hopefully just a side affect from the operation and you will not have to go through this much longer!

It's a shame you missed the reunion, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming up soon, and you can spend lots of time with your family!

Prayers to you! Hope all goes well!
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last weekend I had to go to the E.R. where I had to have a catheter put in, and I was forced to miss our reunion of all our cousins which I was REALLY looking forward to.
This is the 4th time since my operation in Sept. that I've had to go to the E.R. and have a catheter put in because of urinary retention, And now my urologist says they want to do a test to see why it's happening. I hope it's nothing serious; I'm scared.
Thank god I have Medicare.

Joe, you are in both my thoughts and in my prayers
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My daughter's cat died last night. She was 14. She had extra special meaning to my daughter, not to go into detail, but when my daughter was 4 she spent some time in the hospital. So when she finally came home we gave her a kitten.

That was not an easy call to make.
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last weekend I had to go to the E.R. where I had to have a catheter put in, and I was forced to miss our reunion of all our cousins which I was REALLY looking forward to.
This is the 4th time since my operation in Sept. that I've had to go to the E.R. and have a catheter put in because of urinary retention, And now my urologist says they want to do a test to see why it's happening. I hope it's nothing serious; I'm scared.
Thank god I have Medicare.
Praying for a quick recovery, Joe.
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My daughter's cat died last night. She was 14. She had extra special meaning to my daughter, not to go into detail, but when my daughter was 4 she spent some time in the hospital. So when she finally came home we gave her a kitten.

That was not an easy call to make.
It never is.

I'm so sorry, Torg. Remember that you gave the kitty a great and loving home, and he/she knew it and loved you, too. And remember the rainbow bridge.
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last weekend I had to go to the E.R. where I had to have a catheter put in, and I was forced to miss our reunion of all our cousins which I was REALLY looking forward to.
This is the 4th time since my operation in Sept. that I've had to go to the E.R. and have a catheter put in because of urinary retention, And now my urologist says they want to do a test to see why it's happening. I hope it's nothing serious; I'm scared.
Thank god I have Medicare.
Joe, you may need what's called a turp. It's a procedure that roto-rooters an enlarged prostate. I'm not sure what kind of surgery you had but it's not uncommon after abdominal surgery on middle aged/older men. It can be painful but generally not serious.
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I'm so sorry, Torg. Remember that you gave the kitty a great and loving home, and he/she knew it and loved you, too. And remember the rainbow bridge.
Thanks, Retro Yes, and she was a happy cat and got along with our other pets. She did have a good life.
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My daughter's cat died last night. She was 14. She had extra special meaning to my daughter, not to go into detail, but when my daughter was 4 she spent some time in the hospital. So when she finally came home we gave her a kitten.

That was not an easy call to make.
Ugh, I'm so sorry to hear that. That's so sad. I'm really sorry you had to go through that and also make the call to your poor daughter at school.
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Ugh, I'm so sorry to hear that. That's so sad. I'm really sorry you had to go through that and also make the call to your poor daughter at school.
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My daughter's cat died last night. She was 14. She had extra special meaning to my daughter, not to go into detail, but when my daughter was 4 she spent some time in the hospital. So when she finally came home we gave her a kitten.

That was not an easy call to make.

Oh!!!! I'm so sorry Torgo!! That is very sad when a pet passes away!! I know you guys and your Daughter being it was her cat are feeling sad!! I love cats, they are such sweet treasures!!

God bless you all and she is in pet heaven now, peaceful, and knowing she was so loved!
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That was not an easy call to make.
I'm so sorry. It's never easy losing a beloved pet.
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