Totally relate. I become rather annoying when I'm constantly around others.
The dictionary is not a safe space. Many words therein have power and influence (when used a certain way) and should be used carefully, if at all. Among other reasons, for them to be in the dictionary is to educate yourself and know what you're talking about before you speak. Arguing cold, hard semantics over a racial term is overlooking how people are emotionally affected by it. So yeah, I think that's ignorant.
I think it comes down to what you're willing to tolerate and for how long (months, years, or til death do you part). Though the context matters, the idea of anyone 'pushing' anything on me to make themselves feel better is unsettling (all positive qualities aside).

In astro terms, Pisces and Libra can make an inconjunct aspect which points to a 'disconnect' between the two. In my experience, we can explain ourselves til we're blue in the face and it always felt like our ideas went over each other's heads. We're very friendly, but still two different people and just agreed to disagree.
It can sound good in the studio, but If they can pass mustard live, I'm in.

You don't find out until it's too late.
makes sense, we're not allowed to grow our nails where i'm at
“Read anything I write for the pleasure of reading it. Whatever else you find will be the measure of what you brought to the reading.”
that's how it's done, cucumbers and all
“Giving should not be mechanical. It should be the fruit of one’s feeling, love and sense of responsibility. Giving is not giving back. There is no quid pro quo. Giving is self-fulfillment.” - Eugene Lang
I like being close to work to where I can ditch the car for a bike or sneaks. Less expenses and more saved for other things (like a better place or paying debts). Baby steps.
The cat will gladly do it on my behalf; I had a big meal already
It's a funny thing. I always have this idea of not wanting to look too privy to things at work for fear that they'll dump more work on me because "he's the smart one, let him do it." Granted it gives you brownie points and I like going above and beyond for others, but it can set a lousy precedent when biting off more than you can chew. So my good deeds are preferably anonymous, like a few caped superheroes (though I leave mine at home).
Different phobes for different folks
This grammar nazi thinks texting is a tool of a decadent society. Pigeon will do.