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What's that song...It's like "She's the kinda girl that make ya toes curl"?
No it's not by Too Short "******** betty" it came out like 3 years ago... What is that song? It's driving me crazy!!! Thanks!
Gettin' Some - Shawnna
www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1pwGVfV8…
What am i to him??? honest answers plz!!!?
okay so i like this guy but i dont know how he feels towards me though...


okay, so basically we are almost always makin snide comments and picking on each other, and we both made it clear that we are just messing around, cuz he made a comment, i didnt like it and he said "no i was just messing around. im sorry" he actually sounded sincere too.
and i always catch him looking at me, i mean like always.
and he is my bros friend and my friend and he is around like all the time.
i guess i ask him alot of questions- i am just trying to get to know hime better.
and like he asked me "why do you ask so many questions?" i gave a shrug and he is like "its kinda annoying".
then i ask how is day was and he says same as every other day. how about you?"
i tell him and we end up haveing a conversation.
he wants to include me in certain things. like if we take a ride somewhere he asks if i wanna go, makes a point to sit around me. like he you can tell. like i always have to be in view.
he used to have this girlfriend and everytime they would be cuddling or kissing, he would look at me when they were cuddlin and to made sure to make eye contact.
after they would kiss he would look at me and make sure to make eye contact too.
also idk why but he makes a point to make sure he says something about me abd wont tell me cuz he kows it drives me crazy.
he wants my opinion on things.
he wants to start little arguments with me like the one we had earlier was spiderman was better than batman, i mean i think so to but i went along wit it :p
and also like for some reason he calls me ******* betty.
is that a good thing or a bad thing

so my questions are:
1. what is he to me
2. is bat man better than spiderman?
3. is having the nick name ******* betty good or bad (btw i never gave him a ********).
He was looking at you to see what your reaction would be to see him kissing another girl. Some guys like the attention...especially young immature guys like this.

Sounds like he's just being friendly. Why read into it?

If you really want to know how he feels about you, ask him.
No one here can tell you what he means to you....you're the only one who can answer that.
The nickname is demeaning and disrespectful to you.
2 Hanky Panky Questions...?
1. Will your man leave you if you refuse to give him a ******** because it's not your thing?

and

2. Can your parents tell if you lost your virginity?

I saw this movie called Real Women Have Curves starring America Ferrera from Ugly Betty. She was bigger and in the movie she was looking at her reflection the day after losing it. As she was looking at herself, her mother came in and was like "You tr**p! You lost it didn't you!?!?"

What are the chances my parents will notice if I ever decide to lose it? Off the record, I live with my parents.
1. Some guys will. Those guys who leave if you refuse to do anything are not worth your time. A good guy will stay, because he likes you for you, not for whether or not you put out.

2. No. There is no way a parent can tell. The only way to tell is if you go to a doctor, and even then it's not 100%, because it's possible for the hymen to get torn other ways.
Lazy Husband Joke? What do you think?
This woman goes to her husband.
"The car has a flat tire" she told him.

"Does it look like I have 'firestone' written on my head?" he replied.

"Ugh" she walked outta the room.

The next day when her husband walked in from work she said.

"The dish washer down." She told him.

"Does it look like I have 'whirlpool' written on my forehead?"

"Ugh"

The next her husband came home and asked her.

"How did u get this stuff done?"

"The guy next door told me he'd fix them if I gave him a ******** or if I baked him a cake."

"Oh what kinda cake did ya bake him?" he asked her.

"Does it look like I have Betty Crocker written on my forehead
That's funny!!
How should we handle this woman our father is involved with?
Our father has been involved with this woman for 12 years. She is manipulitive, controlling of him, absolutely rude to his 4 grown guyren. Every chance she can get she pokes holes in his relationship with all 4 of us, she tells him we don't really love him, we don't care about him, all we care about is his money, we're liars, we're rude to her. It goes on and on. He is is essentially not able to visit with any of us without walking away being told how horrible we are, how we're ungrateful guyren...all this coming from her mouth. I need to add in here that she is a daily pot smoker, even on the job. She goes home on lunch breaks to get high. She is running a million dollar revenue business with my father. It is crazy! She has convinced him that we are on drugs, that when ever he gives us any sort of a monetary gift that we blow it on crack or whatever. The latest thing that has happened is: My father invited my husband to come work for him 4 years ago when we had our first baby. The pay was good, awesome hours, awesome benefits...perfect! So my husband went for the deal...although we knew it was a chance, cause the crazy woman Betty is my father's Vice President. We know that she is just as crazy in the workplace as she is in our personal lives. Anyway, my husband in good faith took the chance, figured its a good chance to make some serious money, I could stay home for a bit, etc. Well, slowly but surely Betty got under my father's skin about my husband. She convinced him that my husband and I were planning to take down the company, that my husband was stealing from them. She has now gone as far as telling people that my husband and I have affairs, my guyren are not really my husbands, now my husband and I are on drugs. At any rate, my husband swiftly resigned when she started her bullshit, knowing fully what her purpose was, he didn't want to give her the satisfaction. After all that, I wrote my father a letter and told him that I no longer wanted anything to do with Betty. She is no longer welcome in my life, around my guys under any circumstances at all. Since then I have not heard from my father, he will not return calls, emails. I have not gone to physically see him, because I know I can not take seeing that woman face to face with out seriously punching her in the face, and I really feel that my father is the one who should come to me.
My sister and brothers are apalled, but not totally surprised seeing as we know her MO is to seek and destroy any relationship my father has. We are at a witts end as to how to handle this. We are concerned about his wellbeing, what can be done about her?
This is a control thing for her, and the best way to bring down a control freak, is to keep calm. If you confront her in front of your dad, it will only further her attempts to make you and your family seem out of control. As hard as it will be, you can't play her game. Just be a loving daughter and ignore the Sh*t out of his wife. It will poke holes in her lies.
Did anything like this take place on Collins project ?
<Backlash: Women Bullying Women at Work

Katherine Streeter

By MICKEY MEECE
Published: May 9, 2009
YELLING, scheming and sabotaging: all are tell-tale signs that a bully is at work, laying
traps for employees at every pass.

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Kent Kaufman and Laura Stek, right, of the Growth and Leadership Center, coach Cleo
Lepori-Costello, left, a vice president at a Silicon Valley software company, on
communication skills.

During this downturn, as stress levels rise, workplace researchers say, bullies are likely
to sharpen their elbows and ratchet up their attacks.

It�s probably no surprise that most of these bullies are men, as a survey by the Workplace
Bullying Institute, an advocacy group, makes clear. But a good 40 percent of bullies are
women. And at least the male bullies take an egalitarian approach, mowing down men and women
pretty much in equal measure. The women appear to prefer their own kind, choosing other
women as targets more than 70 percent of the time.

In the name of Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, what is going on here?

Just the mention of women treating other women badly on the job seemingly shakes the women�s
movement to its core. It is what Peggy Klaus, an executive coach in Berkeley, Calif., has
called �the pink elephant� in the room. How can women break through the glass ceiling if
they are ducking verbal blows from other women in cubicles, hallways and conference rooms?

Women don�t like to talk about it because it is �so antithetical to the way that we are
supposed to behave to other women,� Ms. Klaus said. �We are supposed to be the nurturers and
the supporters.�

Ask women about run-ins with other women at work and some will point out that people of both
sexes can misbehave. Others will nod in instant recognition and recount examples of how
women � more so than men � have mistreated them.

�I�ve been sabotaged so many times in the workplace by other women, I finally left the
corporate world and started my own business,� said Roxy Westphal, who runs the promotional
products company Roxy Ventures Inc. in Scottsdale, Ariz. She still recalls the sting of an
interview she had with a woman 30 years ago that �turned into a one-person firing squad� and
led her to leave the building in tears.

Jean Kondek, who recently retired after a 30-year career in advertising, recalled her anger
when an administrator in a small agency called a meeting to dress her down in front of
co-workers for not following agency procedure in a client emergency.

But Ms. Kondek said she had the last word. �I said, �Would everyone please leave?� � She
added, �and then I told her, �This is not how you handle that.� �

Many women who are still in the work force were hesitant to speak out publicly for fear of
making matters worse or of jeopardizing their careers. A private accountant in California
said she recently joined a company and was immediately frozen out by two women working
there. One even pushed her in the cafeteria during an argument, the accountant said. �It�s
as if we�re back in high school,� she said.

A senior executive said she had �finally broken the glass ceiling� only to have another
woman gun for her job by telling management, �I can�t work for her, she�s
passive-aggressive.�

The strategy worked: The executive said she soon lost the job to her accuser.

ONE reason women choose other women as targets �is probably some idea that they can find a
less confrontative person or someone less likely to respond to aggression with aggression,�
said Gary Namie, research director for the Workplace Bullying Institute, which ordered the
study in 2007.

But another dynamic may be at work. After five decades of striving for equality, women make
up more than 50 percent of management, professional and related occupations, says Catalyst,
the nonprofit research group. And yet, its 2008 census found, only 15.7 percent of Fortune
500 officers and 15.2 percent of directors were women.

Leadership specialists wonder, are women being �overly aggressive� because there are too few
opportunities for advancement? Or is it stereotyping and women are only perceived as being
overly aggressive? Is there a double standard at work?

Research on gender stereotyping from Catalyst suggests that no matter how women choose to
lead, they are perceived as �never just right.� What�s more, the group found, women must
work twice as hard as men to achieve the same level of recognition and prove they can lead.



�If women business leaders act consistent with gender stereotypes, they are considered too
soft,� the group found in a 2007 study. �If they go against gender stereotypes, they are
considered too tough.�

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Michelle Cirocco, left, and Donna Kent of Televerde, a company in Phoenix
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