Getcher Google answers here

Q:  will they still take my other home if taxes arent paid on my forecloser one

A:  Depends on the size of the homestead exemption for bankruptcy in your state.  In some states, yes, in other states, no.

Q:  10 things only a personn from new england would know

A:  Um… we’re not from New England, so by definition we cannot answer this question.  (And we seriously doubt they still call shakes frappes or cabinets, so that’s probably out.)  Something about lobster?  Something something baseball?

Q:  compared to a fruit, how big is a newborns head?

A:  The internet says it is bigger than a grapefruit and smaller than a cantaloupe.  I’m not sure what fruits are in-between those two and still round.

Q:  why do i have to force my child to do anything

A:  For the most part you don’t.  The main things you have to force are things that might get you in trouble with the law for neglect or child endangerment if you didn’t.  So I guess the answer is, because it is the law.  (For example, leaving the child alone in the house, letting the child dart across a busy street, etc.)

Q:  anyone not want a second child?

A:  Yes.

Q:  is it normal to not want a second baby?

A:  Yes.

Q:  how do i know if i want a second child

A:  YMMV.  But don’t let anybody force you into having one unless you want to.  Even culture.

Q:  how to make a mother’s helper resume

A:  Same way you make any other resume.  List skills and experience.  References are going to be quite important here.

Q:  can you lose your house in a lawsuit if it is paid off

A:  Probably, though it depends on the lawsuit

Q:  i had cereal and half a bagel this morning and i’m bloated why

A:  You chewed too much of Willy Wonka’s gum?


8 Responses to “Getcher Google answers here”

  1. Miser Mom Says:

    What only people from New England know (culled from my grad school days near Boston):

    – There is only enough money in the budget for two street signs per street. So if you are on a one-block street, you’ll see its name at each end of the road, but on a large road like Massachusetts Ave, there are still only two identifying street signs.

    – No matter what the law says, everybody knows left turn has right of way.

    • Contingent Cassandra Says:

      #1 is one of the first things my father and I noticed when we arrived to drop me off at a school “near Boston.” It definitely creates an “if you don’t already know, you don’t belong here” sort of feeling.

      #2 also happens in New Jersey (especially right at the beginning of the green).

      But I’m not actually from New England (and it sounds like Miser Mom was also only there temporarily), so we may not have hit upon the real answer.

      And no, I don’t think they’re really called frappes anymore (though my family passed down that bit of trivia from my mother’s New England college days).

      • nicoleandmaggie Says:

        There are still places though, if you order a milkshake, you end up getting flavored milk (like strawberry quick style). Which is a little weird.

      • Miser Mom Says:

        Also, sometimes in April the radio announcers say, “weather is making driving dangerous today. The sun is out, and it’s blinding people.”

        Which is why I was in New England only temporarily.

  2. eemusings Says:

    Frappes, for us, are icy. Shakes are milky.

  3. Katie Says:

    A grapefruit! Seriously?! I have seen new babies, and I didn’t think their heads were that big. I am about halfway through my first pregnancy and am still coming to terms with the fact that in the relatively near future I am either going to push a grapefruit with shoulders out of my vagina, or have major abdominal surgery. But then we’ll have a baby!

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