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Dosen't it feel good, though, to get it out--I mean where else could we do this and know that everyone can relate to a lot of what we're saying? Other than my husband, I can't think of anyone I could complain about this stuff to and not get rolling eyes and the 'but it could always be worse' speech. I know it could, but still... ;)

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I hate that I can't remember what I hate! :D ETA: that was sort of a joke, but actually now that I think of it, I really DO hate that I can't remember... :unsure:

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I'm in the "can't use the word hate very well" camp, but here goes...

I HATE having lost a lot of the spontineity in my life because of the focus on food, when food used to be one of the main reasons for it. :angry:

Pretty much everything else is just an annoyance...

long lines

long ingredient labels

hidden gluten

dirty laundry

gas prices

slow internet connections

snow after the trees have budded

Not very good, I know but I'm a glass-half-full kind of girl. :P

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Other than my husband, I can't think of anyone I could complain about this stuff to and not get rolling eyes and the 'but it could always be worse' speech. I know it could, but still... ;)

HI

I HATE THAT IT WAS MY OWN HUSBAND WHO SAID THIS TO ME FOR 14 DAYS WHILE VISITING HIS FAMILY AND HE DIDN'T STICK UP FOR ME.

:rolleyes: IT WAS HIS ROLLY EYES THAT BROKE MY HEART WHILE I PUT ON THE ' :):):):):) FACE FOR HIS WHOLE *)^%^$#^& FAMILY.

OK ----YOU GUYS ----WHO HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR MY EMAIL NOTE TO HEAR ABOUT TRIP....THIS IS THE REASON AND DIDN'T REALLY UNDERSTAND WHY I WAS SO UPSET....THANKS PATTI .....FOR LETTING ME DIG DEEP INSIDE TO FIGURE THIS OUT.

I'M CRYING AS I TYPE HERE...I'M SO TIRED AND EMOTIONALLY DRAINED AND NOW WAITING FOR THE 'UNEXPECTED COMPANY WHO CALLED YESTERDAY TO SAY THEY WERE ARRIVING IN PHILLY TODAY TO SPEND THE DAY WITH ME I SPENT THE DAY CLEANING YESTERDAY.

5 DEEP BREATHS LATER..... :lol: GOD THAT FELT GOOD.

I AM SO THANKFUL THAT I HAVE YOU GUYS FOR FRIENDS I JUST DON'T THINK I COULD MAKE IT WITHOUT YOU AND I REALLY MEAN THAT. I'M SO GREATFUL FOR THIS THREAD...

WHILE READING THIS I REALIZED HOW LUCKY I AM WITH ME HEALTH....AND THAT --THAT PART IS BETTER FOR ME NOW....

SHE'S HERE

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Jeez Judy, I didn't mean to make you cry. I'm so sorry that what I said hit a nerve. Did you guys talk about it? Yea--I was wondering where you went, when I didn't hear from you, I figured you were still tired from the trip. I HATE it that you're so sad :( . Will email later.

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I hate that I always and forever more will be a label reader.

I hate not having the convenience of eating whatever I want and "only" worrying about the fat content/calories. Instead I have to check ingredients THEN worry about fat/calories.

I hate not eating what everybody else is eating at large family dinners.

I hate when my cousins husband refuses to eat my gluten free desserts just because they are gluten free!!

I hate to turn down girl scouts.

I hate dating guys who just don't get it when it comes to this disease. We aren't friggin leppers. It's only a diet you morons!!

I hate when somebody eats the rest of my gluten free dinner/dessert.

I hate the feeling of anxiety I get when I go to a new restaurant.

I hate the stupid look on the manager/waiters face when I try to explain what I need.

I also hate the dumb comments that follow the stupid look.

*sigh* that's all for now :)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Other than my husband, I can't think of anyone I could complain about this stuff to and not get rolling eyes and the 'but it could always be worse' speech. I know it could, but still... ;)

Yes, it could always be worse. I remind myself of that a lot. But it still doesn't mean that what we deal with on a daily basis doesn't suck eggs!!

Judy - I"m glad you're home safe and sound, try to enjoy the company. At least you're HOME!

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Other than my husband, I can't think of anyone I could complain about this stuff to and not get rolling eyes and the 'but it could always be worse' speech. I know it could, but still... ;)

HI

I HATE THAT IT WAS MY OWN HUSBAND WHO SAID THIS TO ME FOR 14 DAYS WHILE VISITING HIS FAMILY AND HE DIDN'T STICK UP FOR ME.

:rolleyes: IT WAS HIS ROLLY EYES THAT BROKE MY HEART WHILE I PUT ON THE ' :):):):):) FACE FOR HIS WHOLE *)^%^$#^& FAMILY.

OK ----YOU GUYS ----WHO HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR MY EMAIL NOTE TO HEAR ABOUT TRIP....THIS IS THE REASON AND DIDN'T REALLY UNDERSTAND WHY I WAS SO UPSET....THANKS PATTI .....FOR LETTING ME DIG DEEP INSIDE TO FIGURE THIS OUT.

I'M CRYING AS I TYPE HERE...I'M SO TIRED AND EMOTIONALLY DRAINED AND NOW WAITING FOR THE 'UNEXPECTED COMPANY WHO CALLED YESTERDAY TO SAY THEY WERE ARRIVING IN PHILLY TODAY TO SPEND THE DAY WITH ME I SPENT THE DAY CLEANING YESTERDAY.

5 DEEP BREATHS LATER..... :lol: GOD THAT FELT GOOD.

I AM SO THANKFUL THAT I HAVE YOU GUYS FOR FRIENDS I JUST DON'T THINK I COULD MAKE IT WITHOUT YOU AND I REALLY MEAN THAT. I'M SO GREATFUL FOR THIS THREAD...

WHILE READING THIS I REALIZED HOW LUCKY I AM WITH ME HEALTH....AND THAT --THAT PART IS BETTER FOR ME NOW....

SHE'S HERE

Awwww Judy! Sorry he was crummy! But do have us- Maybe the company will good!

Lollie

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I HATE that the allergy test sites got infected

I HATE that I have little bullseyes on my arms

I HATE that the Tequin the allergist put me on is making me way nauseated (it is gluten-free at least)

I HATE that I'm probably going to have a yeast infection

I HATE that I look like a pretentous dieter when I'm reading EVERY SINGLE LABEL

I HATE that I look self-important in the grocery store with my PDA, when I'm really checking for food safety

I HATE that my mom now thinks I'm a hypochondriac, now that I've been dx'ed

I HATE that when I told my mom that the allergy tests said I was basically allergic to air, that she sighed huge as if to say "here we go again"

I HATE that my mom can't decide whether she's going to be supportive or not

I HATE that my MIL glutened me last weekend when she tried so hard not to

I HATE that I can't remember anything

and I woke up in such a good mood this morning... :(

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I love that most of you hate what I hate ;)

I hate having to be prepared, bringing food with me everywhere.

I hate that I have been sick on and off for months because of hidden gluten.

I hate that I am losing my hair because of gluten.

I hate not being able to kiss my husband.

I hate having to explain to my eating habits to people (Mind your own business!)

I hate that I live in a big city and can't/don't eat at restaurants and I hate that I only feel safe eating what I've made

I hate getting sick from someone else's food when they've tried so hard

I hate that money is so important and that I can't afford to be an "intellectual" as a career

I hate when people are so negative, caustic, etc. in their thinking and assumptions of others when that attitude and b%$@#ing doesn't solve the problem they are gripping about (this has nothing to do with the board, by the way). And yet, they keep b%$@#ing to me as if I can solve their problem!!

I hate that I have a masters degree and only get paid $8/hr

I hate that almost all of the good musicians are dead

I hate the way that media portrays science

I hate that I am probably considered a poser-indie-emo whatever because I like haiku, yoga, and have a respect for Buddist philoposphy; I hate how these things have become trendy (takes away from the real meaning)

I hate that I can't remember everything I hate and I hate that I will have to add to this thread when I remember :blink:

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I hate that I am probably considered a poser-indie-emo whatever because I like haiku, yoga, and have a respect for Buddist philoposphy; I hate how these things have become trendy (takes away from the real meaning)

No, that doesn't make you a poser-indie-emo idiot, it makes you a new age hippie :P (joke, nobody be offended please)

Time for me to explain the swarm of poser-indie-emo idiots that have come upon Austin like a plague...

According to one definition on urbandictionary.com that applies to my use of the term emo:

"Genre of softcore punk music that integrates unenthusiastic melodramatic 17 year olds who dont smile, high pitched overwrought lyrics and inaudible guitar rifts with tight wool sweaters, tighter jeans, itchy scarfs (even in the summer), ripped chucks with favorite bands signature, black square rimmed glasses, and ebony greasy unwashed hair that is required to cover at least 3/5 ths of the face at an angle."

Not to say that there isn't a legitimate genre of music called emo with legitimate followers, etc etc. They just aren't in town for SXSW.

Poser, as defined by urbandictionary.com

"A poser is someone who tries hard to be something they arent. Usually, posers call other people posers because they are jealous that the person they called a poser is more skater/stoner/goth/punk/rocker/grunge/etc. than they will ever be." or "One who attempts to appear to others as something they are not, especially by their manner of dress; a charlatan."

So here in town we've got for SXSW your 1: indie label execs and followers 2: bands not good enough to play sxsw and their followers 3: college students who opted to stay here for spring break 4: rich suburban high school kids desperately trying to be college students who opted to stay here for spring break

For those of you with teenagers, urbandictionary.com can help keep you in the loop about what they're saying, before you try to use the term 3 years after it's not cool anymore :P It keeps me from talking like an idiot in front of my scouts :rolleyes:

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I hate that I can't remember everything I hate and I hate that I will have to add to this thread when I remember :blink:

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Robbin's last hate brought tears to my eyes ---- too true!

Thanks, ChelsE....I've been a grad student recluse for the past 3 years, so I am a bit out of the loop.

Here's another:

I hate how my inner anoexic is smirking that I now have to be so anal about food (I'm in 6+ years of recovery from a "mild form" of an eating disorder and this obsessiveness doesn't help)

I do love this thread........

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I hate it that I'm old enough that things like poser-indie-emo idiots have to be explained to me! :P

I hate that the fashion industry assumes that you don't care what you look like when you are pregnant, so either they don't offer anything at all (I was mortified to find that many department store don't even have a maternity section) or they offer cheap ugly stuff that nobody wants to wear (I had to go two hours to find an acceptable dress to wear out to dinner!)

I hate it that every single chain restaurant has decided to give into the birthday clapping and singing fad. I just want to be able to talk to the people I'm with without being interupted 5 times with clapping and singing!!

I hate that before I started the gluten free diet my personality changed. I was depressed, angry, and argumentitive all the time....if there is one thing in my life I could change it would be that. I love the people who stuck through it with me though. I love those people for loving me! :wub:

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There are very few things I hate--it's a word I was not allowed to use while growing up--seems like a naughty word to me even now as an adult! ;)

So--I dislike obnoxious people.

I dislike the person who sits behind you at a red light and blows their horn!

I dislike when people lie to me!

I "HATE" the fact that I can't find a decent noodle to replace my old favorite!

I dislike the craving I get when I smell fresh bread baking in the store!

I "HATE" that they changed the ingredients in Milky Ways, they were my favorite!

I really dislike the fact that someone hit my car yesterday, left a dent about a foot long and never bother to tell me!

I love where I live, but I dislike the distance that my kids and grandkids are from me now.

I "HATE" that I have celiacs, but I thank GOD I know what is wrong now and that I can live a fairly normal life.

AND--I HATE that I get to be one of the celiacs who has so many additional intolerances that it's impossible to eat out!

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okay, i'm substituting BUMS ME OUT (guess I'm kind of a hippie :rolleyes: )

it BUMS ME OUT that i'm not with my sweetheart, who's in austin playing music for a bunch of indie-emo-posers (hopefully! can't hate on the emo kids too much - they buy the records! :P )

it BUMS ME OUT especially because this is the first time in 4 years i haven't gone, and i was so looking forward to the warm and the fish tacos and the fresh avocados and tomatoes from mexico and the ridiculous fashion parade and exquisite people-watching of sxsw and did i mention the TACOS!!!!!!!!!!

it BUMS ME OUT that i have to rewash every single utensil, dish, glass, surface, *everything* in my entire kitchen because i just found out my dishwashing detergent (ECOVER aloevera/lemon) has gluten in it (their Marigold/Chamomile does not).

it BUMS ME OUT that i used to be a total foodie and ate out all the time and now just can't indulge myself that way.

it BUMS ME OUT that it looks like i might have a sulfite thing - wine has somehow become bad news for me. boo!!!!

it BUMS ME OUT that when i finally got the courage to say the whole gluten deal at the restaurant in Chicago the mean waitress instead of answering my question about the griddle was like, "maybe you should just get a plate of fruit to be safe." :angry: meanie!!!

it BUMS ME OUT that i have to be so neurotic and have this hidden problem that a lot of people don't believe in and that even sympathetic people don't understand the seriousness of.

it BUMS ME OUT that it looks like i've had this my whole life and i suffered for decades and can't get that time back. i was so unhappy and messed up.

okay, now i'm gonna roll over to the I LOVE link and get this bitter taste out of my mouth. :)

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wow! this is a great thread...

I hate having to check all labels before buying any food.

I hate buying said food and getting it home, to find out its gross.

I hate how much said food costs!

I hate that my son constantly has doctors appointments just to monitor him.

I hate that we dont make enough money to buy our own house.

I hate that I have to go to 4 different stores just to buy what I need.

I hate that I havent found a premade bread that I like, I am still trying to avoid making my own bread.

thanks for letting me vent too!

Tinkerbell

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OK, me first!

(DISCLAIMER :if you're offended by a lighter use of the word hate, please replace "hate" with "strongly dislike" in the following statements)

I HATE that I have to go to three stores for two things

I HATE that Bob's Red Mill made me doubt gluten-free labelling

I HATE that poser-indie-emo idiots have flooded my town

I HATE that I couldn't afford to go to SXSW with all of the poser-indie-emo idiots

I HATE that I couldn't get to Whole Foods because of the poser-indie-emo idiots taking all the parking downtown

I HATE that every small pricked man in Texas feels the need to buy the worlds biggest truck to compensate

I HATE that xanthan gum is $10 a pop

I HATE that I feel like a recluse because I only feel safe eating at home

I HATE being looked at like I have three heads (hi, my name is chelsea the hydra)

I HATE that my weekend will be spent watching basketball

I HATE that my DH will whine when I make him do something OTHER than watch basketball

I HATE that the Razorback basketball team sucks, though they did make it into the tournament

I HATE that my best friend's baby will be born on St. Pat's day, when he has a deadbeat dad named Pat

(A concern shared by said best friend)

I HATE that I feel like the stay-puft marshmallow man

I HATE that my troop's camping trip had to be cancelled because of the rain

I HATE my compact SUV, palm, cell phone, and grande caramel macciatto

<_<

YOUR TURN!!!

I LOVE YOU FOR VENTING!!!!!!!!!

Soooo Funny!!! okay my turn!

I hate my life

I hate my big fat thighs

I hate that I think driving a station wagon is cool while I listen to hip hop!

I hate my gray hair

I hate needing someone eles'es income to survive

I hate cleaning and doing wash and not being able to afford a cleaning lady to do crap for me (used to be a cleaning lady!)

I hate not being hip

I hate thats its Friday and I have no plans for this weekend

I hate my saggy boobs (thanks aging.....)

I hate that I can't afford a boob job

I hate skinny b%$@#es in daisy dukes, haven't worn shorts in 5 years due to the big thighs!

YOur up!

Stef 4 dogs

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I hate it that I have to Plan a trip to Whole Foods to get the gluten-free brats.

I hate that people tell me that this is just an allergy and that I can cheat :blink:

I hate that I am always so tired.

I hate that I have to struggle to find the doctor specialists' that know and understand this disease.

I hate that we have to travel soooooooooo far to see these doctors'.

I guess that is all. Which is a good thing!!!!

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- I hate non-supportive parents

- I hate having to go to 3 different stores to get my food (one an hour away!)

- I hate the fact that the food we have to buy is putting my in financial debt

- I hate buying what I think is gluten-free food and turns out to be cross-contaminated!

- I hate having to read labels on everything I plan to put in my mouth

- I hate having to worry when we are out, what there is going to be available for me to eat

- I hate that nail polish has WHEAT in it! What is THAT?

- I hate it that some people don't GET IT!

- I hate the vicious cycle of feeling better, then feeling awful, then trying to figure out what caused it

- I hate the fact that we are falling behind with our deadline and will have to work weekends indefinitely.

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I might as well get in on a good thing.

I hate that the medical profession can't find their butts with both hands and their arrogance prevents them from listening and diagnosing things like celiac disease and other medical issues. Thus causing so many people to suffer.

I hate that I had to leave 31C temperatures to come back to freezing temperatures.

I hate having to use my inhalers here when in the Caribbean, I don't need them.

I hate that I was accidently glutened during the wedding in the Caribbean at the hotel, when they tried so hard to make sure I would be fine.

I love that even in poor country like Jamaica they knew how important it was for me to be informed of what they used in their food preparation.

I hate that the girls I was in Jamaica with were shoppers not explorers like myself and that they found it necessary to steal the tips I left for the maid.

I hate that in Jamaica the mosquites thought I was a buffet.

I love the Jerk Chicken and Fish in Jamaica and all their fresh fruit and ethnic cuisine.

I hate winter and snow.

I hate working and not being able to live in the Caribbean.

I hate seeing Pizza Hut, KFC, and Macdonalds spoiling the beauty of Jamaica.

I love mountains and ocean and swimming in the ocean.

I love the pretty salt water fish in the ocean and dolphins.

I hate coming back home and getting a bladder infection.

I love the people of the Caribbean and I hated coming back.

I hate that our country is so blind and backwards in so many ways.

I hate that I, like JudyinPhilly, have no idea what and indie-emo-idiot is and that a couple of years ago I thought "Bling Bling" was slang for ones lower private parts.

I love that I am old enough to know the difference, yet never to old to learn new things and have fun.

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Okay, my turn.

I hate that I will never hear my youngest daughter say I love You Mommy.

I hate the fact that we will be faced with having her live somewhere else becasue we will not be able to physically or emotionally take care of her.

I hate it when my cat comes and wants to be petted after I have turn off the lights and found a comfortable position to sleep in.

I hate the fact that I have been trying to lose the last 25 pounds for the past year and a half, busting my butt and all I have to show for it is brusitis in the hips and arthritis in the hips.

I hate the fact that I am a cronic insomniac and get real real cranky with my family when I have problem sleeping.

I hate that I have been in pain for the past 6 months and that I really do not want to take any heavier pain medications.

Thats about it. Other stuff in life really irks me but overall I have a great life (digestive problem and all). It could alway be worse.

Nicole

Time to go and do the I LOVE list

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I hate that the medical profession can't find their butts with both hands and their arrogance prevents them from listening and diagnosing things like celiac disease and other medical issues. Thus causing so many people to suffer.

You would think the butt would be easy to find, considering their heads are up it :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Ok, I have a few!

I dislike that North Americans are obsessed with gluten and dairy.

I dislike how gluten and dairy can be in almost anything.

I dislike that our society is so dependant on fast food and processed food.

I dislike that people are eating unhealthy and don't care.

I dislike watching people eat gluten food when I'm hungrey and have no food.

I dislike how most events revolve around eating gluten or dairy containg food.

I dislike when I get glutened and have celiac and wheat allergy symptoms at the same time!

That's it for now!

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I have been following this all day. It's been very entertaining and after the week I've had I even have a few things I "dislike" that I need to vent:

I dislike my frustration with others for not understanding that one day or one week without gluten does not immediately "cure" me forever

I dislike my impatience with myself for expecting the same instant cure

I dislike living a backward tourist town obsessed with fried and breaded fatty food.

I dislike being stuck in the office on a beautiful Friday afternoon when I'd rather be at the barn or the beach

I am grateful I have managed to survive a whole week without glutening myself

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