(Closed) Your Best (Giving or Receiving) Unsolicited Advice

posted 5 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
16195 posts
Honey Beekeeper

@CookieCreamCakes:  Oh sheesh! I’m glad you can laugh at these (sort of!) instead of letting them get you too wound up. 😉 I’ll see if I can think of any to add!

Post # 4
4370 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I can’t think of any examples right now, but it makes me wonder if she learned all these “obvious” tips the hard way – which would be really funny to me if I got that advice.

Post # 5
3017 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@CookieCreamCakes:  Well, this wasn’t advice but it was along the same lines….I have been asked TWICE by people if I need help alphabetizing things, and if I know how to do it. WTF!?! Um, I have attended (and, gasp! even graduated) from both elementary school AND college, so I actually do feel pretty confident dealing with the alphabet these days, thanks.

We also have those little screens in our kitchen sink drains so food doesn’t go down the pipes. My mom helpfully suggested I run them through the dishwasher once in a while. I was like, wow thanks, Mom, I NEVER thought of that. She was so sweet about it, though, that I instantly felt bad for being sarcastic.

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