✌ Victory! ✌


#1146

Carlisle United have scored a goal!

Their first since mid February.


#1147

Whenever you want! but officially after May 10th!


#1148

Absolutely! [quote=“M_M, post:1143, topic:71196”]
“Mindysan33 The Historian, Slayer of Untruths”
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Hm.

[ETA] Okay, go look at my profile NOW! (and thanks!)


#1149

Traditional Gaelic storyteller historian. Keeper of old lore.


#1150

Yeah… I’m currently reading a (really old fashioned and dated) book on the Irish of Ireland, and liked the word very much.


#1151

I like to be a trendsetter, so I’m going to start immediately. :wink:

I wonder if you wanted to, could the powers that change your user name registration to DrMindysan33?

Do it! Do it! Do it! :laughing:

(Seriously, you deserve it after all of your hard work.)


#1152

Full time and Carlisle are back in the play off places.


#1153

A small personal victory.

I made my first Aeropress coffee in a year. Things that are going on in my might finally be settling down to a manageable amount of stress.


#1154

Should we call you “Doctor” or “Lady-Doctor” ?


#1155

Should that not have been a evil question in the appropriate thread?


#1156

One of the civility threads?


#1157

I do not dare to answer that.


#1158

Mindysama33.


#1159


#1160

She’s a historian, not a gynecologist.


#1161

A history of gynecology would be interesting, from a gender studies perspective. Probably quite disturbing too, going by what hysteria used to mean.

If it’s just about looking at vaginas, then it wouldn’t be interesting.


#1162

Sears used to sell vibrators to treat hysteria.

The history only gets weirder from there on out.


#1163

My grandmother gave me a “pocket massager” for Christmas once. All her gifts were always purchased at the thrift shop she volunteered at. So … yeah I got a second hand vibrator for Christmas. From my grandmother.


#1164

I have no words.

Just the letters W, T, and F.


#1165

I had an aunt who used to volunteer at a thrift shop specifically so she could get first dibs on good stuff. But she gave birthday gifts like barely-worn cashmere sweaters.

Did your grandmother ever figure out what she’d given you?