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Old 10-28-2013, 04:58 PM
 
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You might have had two accidents in one day because this "friend" was talking the whole time in the car and distracted you.

Do I remember right that you have stated in a previous thread you are a Harvard graduate? I never met a Harvard person in real life but I would have thought they are a bit different. I would have thought their spelling is better and they can calculate low numbers in their head.

You hubby didn't ask if you are hurt, because he saw that you are okay. I wouldn't be too harsh on his reaction about the money.

I will not speak of Harvard in a public forum for obvious reasons. But let me say this about Ivy League at least in my experience


1) You generally have to be either super smart or super ""monied"" that is preferably old money but new money is welcome if its well known

2) Unfortunately, the general public thinks its about spelling & numbers more like you did. In real life, if Paris Hilton with her brain as small as the knuckle on her pinky toe, if she decided she wanted to go to Ivy League not only would she qualify, they would milk her.

In summary with the average Ivy League, there is a small population of kids who will cure cancer the rest are like Kate Middleton (A bit off but a good example) thats a good example as in useless major, could afford to go there & got herself a prince & lived happily ever after!
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Old 10-28-2013, 06:49 PM
 
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I will not speak of Harvard in a public forum for obvious reasons. But let me say this about Ivy League at least in my experience


1) You generally have to be either super smart or super ""monied"" that is preferably old money but new money is welcome if its well known

2) Unfortunately, the general public thinks its about spelling & numbers more like you did. In real life, if Paris Hilton with her brain as small as the knuckle on her pinky toe, if she decided she wanted to go to Ivy League not only would she qualify, they would milk her.

In summary with the average Ivy League, there is a small population of kids who will cure cancer the rest are like Kate Middleton (A bit off but a good example) thats a good example as in useless major, could afford to go there & got herself a prince & lived happily ever after!
So which are you? I doubt the cancer-curing type, and you claim to have been poor before you got married.

By the way, Kate Middleton went to St Andrews--hardly Oxford or Cambridge. It ranks somewhere behind Durham.

Keep posting though!
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Old 10-28-2013, 06:57 PM
 
Location: a primitive state
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I like that she picked one of the best known schools to add to her delusional decor.

If she'd named a more obscure, but equally respected school, I'd halfway believe her. But I know a good handful of folks who actually did, including one family member who received his law degree there.

Let me say she's not in the same league by a long shot.
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Old 10-28-2013, 08:02 PM
 
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I often wonder how sad a person's life must be that they would come to a forum with delusional stories that keep on growing more and more ridiculous as the thread gets longer. I guess even negative attention is still attention.
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Old 10-28-2013, 10:29 PM
 
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All I got was blah blah schools blah blah Ivy something blah blah money .01% problems moan groan feel sorry for meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

what does ivy have to do with anything? OP u a gardener?

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Old 10-29-2013, 06:39 PM
 
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All I got was blah blah schools blah blah Ivy something blah blah money .01% problems moan groan feel sorry for meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

what does ivy have to do with anything? OP u a gardener?
Interesting I just saw your post on needy people. IMO you need to venture out of the garden & get a hug instead of questioning if others are gardeners. How about u get those gardener thorns ofd your feet first?
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:57 PM
 
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The OP is "Ivy League" the way JWoww's boobs are "natural".

If you have money or are a leg you may not need to be brilliant to go to the IL but you absolutely cannot be a moron whose favorite noun is "heifer" misspelled half the time.
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:44 PM
 
Location: Tucson for awhile longer
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Wait a minute. You live in a mansion?
Do people who live in mansions call them "mansions"? I don't think so ... it's one of the reasons they give their houses names. Queen Elizabeth says, "We go to Balmoral in August," so she doesn't have to say "my castle in Scotland." Even the robber barons who built those 70-room Italian Renaissance-style palazzos in Newport, Rhode Island, called them "cottages." But then again, they didn't post on internet blogs under the handle "Millionaire" either.
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:27 PM
 
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LOL. I suspect everyones being trolled. Yes there are prostitutes who gold dig like the OP represents, and are so self centered that they act like this, but come on folks, get real. The VAST majority of them know better then to post stuff like this in case the hubby finds it and uses it in the divorce. They may be laying down and screwing for the gold, but they generally aren't completely dumb.

You're being trolled. the OP is probably 26, male, and bored at home. No one could be this despicable, and dumb.
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Old 10-30-2013, 02:57 PM
 
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LOL. I suspect everyones being trolled. Yes there are prostitutes who gold dig like the OP represents, and are so self centered that they act like this, but come on folks, get real. The VAST majority of them know better then to post stuff like this in case the hubby finds it and uses it in the divorce. They may be laying down and screwing for the gold, but they generally aren't completely dumb.

You're being trolled. the OP is probably 26, male, and bored at home. No one could be this despicable, and dumb.
He is NOT divorcing me. I take care of his son & I'm the only mother he has ever known. So you better trust, he's not going anywhere! We have a pretty much unspoken arrangement. So we have to work on it as we need each other not just for love but for more practical reasons.
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