FREE Dog Treats, Toys, and Bones!

6 Feb Bella

Hi, I’m Bella, aren’t I cute?! Thanks to my owner who’s the bestest, I am getting free dog bones, treats, and toys.

My dog Bella is getting free dog toys, treats, and bones and your dog can, too! Just go to Surprise My Pet and start referring friends, it’s that easy. The maximum prize is three free months of dog treats/toys/bones, but to get your first dog freebie, a premium dog treat, you only have to refer five friends.

Get your dog free bones/treats/toys today!

Reminder: Possible FREE 3-month Subscription Box for your Dog!

2 Feb Surprise My Pet

Surprise My Pet

If you love your pet and those cool monthly subscription boxes, you could earn three of them for your dog for FREE from Surprise My Pet! All you have to do is refer your friends who only need to enter their email address, and the more referrals you get, the more cool pet freebies you will earn for your dog, up to three FREE monthly subscription boxes filled with treats, bones, and toys for your dog. This program ends in just a couple weeks, so make sure you sign up today to start earning dog freebies. Here’s what freebies you’ll get depending on how many friends sign up with your link:

5 friends- FREE Premium Dog Treat

10 friends- FREE Premium Dog Toy and Bone

20 friends- One FREE monthly subscription box filled with goodies for your dog

40 friends- Three FREE monthly subscription boxes of dog treats and toys

What are you waiting for?! Start earning FREE treats, bones, and toys for your dog!

FREE Dog Treats and Toys

26 Jan dog treats

dog treatsGet FREE dog treats and toys for your pet just for referring friends. The more friends you refer, the greater the reward for your dog. Refer five friends and get a free premium dog treat. Refer 10 friends and get a premium dog bone and toy, refer 20 friends and get a free monthly box of dog goodies for one month, and refer 40 friends to get three free monthly dog goodie boxes.

FREE Boxers- No Limit to the Amount of Boxers You can Win!

26 Jan boxers


Get FREE boxers just for referring friends! No annoying form to fill out, just your email address. Ten friends = 1 FREE pair of boxers, 25 friends = 3 FREE boxer briefs, 50 friends = 7 FREE boxer briefs after which the counter resets, allowing you to earn more FREE boxers! These boxers are touted as being comfortable, and who wouldn’t like some free comfy undergarments?! Note, the promotion ends on January 31.


Sick of the poor life!

18 Jan

I am so sick of the poor life! I can go out and have a good day and come home and realize my living situation sucks! I want to be rich, to not have to worry about the things I have to worry about on a daily basis. Will our water pressure be low? Will I see another bug despite the fact that I keep our house clean? Our neighbors do not clean so the bugs are coming in through their homes. I want a nice home with nice furniture and no problems! I can’t even afford to fix things that need to be fixed. So done with it all. Not that I would ever resort to it, but I see why people do the things they do just to get by. They don’t want to live in a nasty home with bugs either. Really, can you blame them? The rich get richer and the poor get poorer. The rich love to flaunt the whole “nothing in life is free” speech yet they expect the hard working laborers to work for such a low price that they can never pull themselves out of poverty. Way to oppress the poor, rich people. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You have a scheme going where you get things for “free” while we pay up, we have to bow down to the almighty rich people of the world just so they can throw us some breadcrumbs. Congratulations, jackasses.

Panic attacks suck

17 Dec

Can’t… breathe. Can’t… breathe. That is what I feel like when I’m having a panic attack triggered by social situations. This happened today at the library. This particular library is in the ghetto/city which made it even worse. Had my fiancé not been with me at the library I probably would have walked out before doing what I needed to do in there because of all the people inside.

Going to the grocery store is a struggle too. I always have to weave my way around people. I will literally avoid an aisle if there are people in it. Sometimes I walk out without what I need because someone was in the aisle the entire time I was as at the store.

I’ve spent most of my life wondering where I fit in in life. I have always been a quiet person in public. I’ll only talk to you if we’ve known each other for a long time. Heck, even if I’ve known you awhile I still might not feel comfortable talking to you. Now that I am in my mid-20’s I am beginning to wonder if I’ve gone most of my life with an undiagnosed case of mild autism.I can function fine in society aside from the social aspect, which in our society today is a huge thing. Our society puts huge pressure on us to be social and bubbly, especially in the work force. I seriously doubt I could function in a job where I would have to constantly interact with people face to face. I even have trouble talking to people on the phone. I had a job where I had to talk customers through issues, and the pressure I felt was immense. I always felt like if I didn’t get the issue resolved immediately or tell the customer what they wanted to hear than I was doing my job wrong. But more than that, I didn’t want to deal with any issues from the customer. I literally had panic attacks talking on the phone to people I will probably never meet in real life. Whether you meet the person or not is irrelavent. If you can hear their voice on the phone, you are socially connecting to them and I feel the same social pressure I would feel were I talking to them face to face. It’s gotten to the point where I am hesitant to post things on social media, comment on people’s posts, etc. because of social pressure.

And then there’s the burden you put on your family due to social anxiety. I am too afraid to learn how to drive, nor do I have the desire. Someone always has to drive me where I need to go and it is almost always my fiancé. I do not like having to get him to take me places constantly, but we need groceries. Usually he is not bothered by taking me places although I have to admit if I were in his shoes I would be annoyed with me sometimes always having to take someone to a store, even if it was my family. People are not perfect and we all get stressed.

The only way I’ve found to keep everyone happy is through money. I will pay for the gas, pay for the groceries, etc. to make up for the fact that I can’t drive myself places. I know this is not always necessary to pay for things but I feel obligated to do so. If the only way I can contribute is through helping with expenses most of the time, then so be it.

Someone like me needs a lot of alone time to process life in general. I’m not joking when I say I need a couple hours of alone time everyday just to de-stress from life. Thankfully, I am able to work at home while my fiancé works outside of the household, so getting in my couple hours of alone time works out perfectly for us. But by the time he gets home from work, I am ready to talk, talk, talk and he is ready to chill from working all day. I’m ready to go out and do things and he just wants to relax. Which is totally understandable, but can be frustrating at times. He is so amazing about taking me places when I want to get out of the house, sometimes I need to remind myself that just because I am home all day doesn’t mean he wants to automatically go places all the time, he works outside of the home, remember.

Well, that’s all for now. I will post more about this topic another day.

Join Club Skinny, earn a FREE $5 Amazon gift card right away!

19 Jul

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