Alright, here's how this works. I'll post something bad, then the next person has to post something good about that bad thing. And then they add something bad to the bottom of their post. Of course the 'something bad' can be based entirely on your own opinion.
They are good for your eyesight.
If you were trapped without food for a week, your body could live off your stores of fat.
...and so on.
So, here's the first bad thing:
Waking up early in the morning and not being able to go back to sleep
Nightmares make good movies that make lots of money.
Broken limbs give you an excuse to get your cast signed!
Overprotective parents will never leave you with abandonment issues.
Muddy boots means - lots of work done in the garden.
An emergency number that connects you to help.
Living in the past.
[heheh...sorry sofs ]
think of the money you won't have to spend on that creep
The strawberry jam's all used up
You won't put on all that extra fat (to paraphrase..hi sofs )
[better let some others jump in about now...hmmm?]
If you eat it has lots of vitamins.
A loud barking dog next door, who barks all night.
You won't have to spend what you don't have on junk food
You didn't get what you wanted for your birthday.
it was just another thing and you have too many things already
so you won't be adding to your stuff
arggh! the dirty socks and kitty litter can just go in the trash, for all I care!
a case of the hives
(SOH- you have mail!)
by Iontach 7 years ago
If you could go back in time and change something bad you did, would you go back?
by ii3rittles 7 years ago
Why do people lie or tell false truths to avoid something bad...Only to have a worse outcome of the situation from the lie? Have we not learned anything?
by Iontach 8 years ago
Do you think you can sense when something bad is about to happen?
by jennjenn519 7 years ago
What do you do when you have a strong 6th sense, feeling something bad is going to happen?I have a history of having a string 6th sense, kind of like ESP. I know a lot of people find this hard to believe. It runs in my family, but even my husband doesn't believe me. He is scheduled for simple...
by Jimmy the jock 9 years ago
Thought that this new thread would make it easier for everyone to share their hubs for the Hub Challenge.....jimmyhere is my first http://hubpages.com/hub/Ladies-Rolex-Watches
by Denise 2 years ago
Do you believe in them? I come and go. I recently lost my last pair of glasses and it was ten days out for a new pair. I was lamenting my plight as I went to pull coats out of my back seat. I found the lost pair in the middle of the pile. There is no way they could have ended up there between the...
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