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Question #91406 posted on 06/19/2018 12:19 a.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

What are some of the best things about being married that we’re totally unexpected? Like what are some of the not so obvious but amazing things that you like about being married. What are some of the unexpected blessings and fun things you get to do?

-Dreamy Romantic


Dear Dreamy,

NO LONG HAIR ALL OVER THE BATHROOM. Going from sharing a bathroom with 5 girls with long hair, to just sharing a bathroom with my husband was such a great change. Also, having enough room in the fridge for stuff.



Dear you,

In no particular order:

  1. Splitting all of the chores
  2. Not having to drive everywhere because we have two cars
  3. Being able to get things that you wanted and not feel selfish because you can call it a gift for each other
  4. Second opinions on homework, outfits, etc.
  5. Someone to laugh at my jokes
-Sunday Night Banter

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Question #91441 posted on 06/19/2018 12:09 a.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Etiquette question here...
I've been seeing a particular massage therapist at a local spa regularly for a few months. They've been great and I have no complaints about their work, but I've been thinking about booking my next appointment with a different therapist just to mix things up a bit and get a different experience. This is a local spa with ~10 therapists, and I know they take notes about their clients for future reference.

Would it be normal or expected for me to periodically book a different therapist? What's the chance that my regular therapist would get offended or that the other therapists at the spa would think negatively of me? Does it even matter? Am I thinking too much about this?

-My Name Here


Dear Aziraphale,

It would appear as though none of us are familiar with the intricacies of massage therapy etiquette. However, I wouldn't worry too much about switching up therapists every once in a while. If you're worried about offending your current therapist, I'd suggest telling them you think they're doing an awesome job, but you simply want to try out other therapists.


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