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Old 04-17-2017, 10:22 AM   #298
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Originally Posted by Gayandgray View Post
Keep em in check!
Is it better to be fat but happy and healthy, or thin but miserable and sick a lot?
I don't know that either situation is a good place to be in. I sometimes think that the duality of the English language sets us up with interesting ways of problem solving complex situations that may not always have our best interests at heart.


Is it better (IIB): to make tentative plans on a consistent basis or make no plans because you prefer in the moment spontaneity?
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