A: Snooped through their phone! A: Become a vegan! A: Corn hole! A: Trick or treat! A: Socks! A: They have never had a family reunion! A: Going to the dentist! A: Having birthday parties! A: One hour photo shops! A: That their dog can see ghosts! A: Drink coffee! A: Before they buckle to a craving! A: The ocean! A: Hearing one of your favorite songs! A: Getting paid under the table! A: Emojis! A: Do you like animals?!
A: A snake! A: Stressed! A: Go on a diet! A: Smaller feet! A: Work! A: Slices of bread! A: Listen to music! Wore what? A: Tighty-whities! A: A BB gun! A: They began a romantic relationship with a passenger! A: Your mechanic! A: Cat calendar! A: In-laws! A: Being late to work! A: Iron! A: Stay home sick from school! A: At church! A: Bought something advertised on late-night TV! A: Mattress! A: Their kids!
A: Beans! A: Calling a company and having to wait on hold! A: Leopard print! A: Complain! A: Brings donuts! A: Still in love with them! A: Flossed their teeth! A: A spider! A: A broken heart! A: Cleaning hair for the drain! A: A traffic accident! A: Brushed their teeth! A: A misspelled word! A: Their favorite TV show! Worn what? A: Handcuffs! A: Brush their teeth! A: Going to the bathroom without being interrupted!
A: Passing their first driving test! A: Picked their nose! A: Taking a bath! A: On an airplane! A: Their first date with their husband! A: Nose hair! A: Checked sports scores! A man who drives what? A: UPS truck! A: Spelling! Find what? A: A hammock! Dot what? A: Wear an earring! A: Bananas! A: Clean up the dog poop! A: Spiders! Say what? Know what? A: Their phone password! A: Cell phone charger?
A: Listen to the radio! A: Use your phone on the toilet! A: Massage your feet! A: They make more money than their husband! A: Wear a skimpy bathing suit! A: Drunk-online shopped! A: Un-invite someone! A: Phys. A: Wearing too much perfume! A: Being struck by an umbrella! A: To get out of jury duty!
A: Another person! A: Your teeth! A: That it starts or ends late! A: Show up late! A: Plan a birthday party for them! A: Not cleaning their plate! A: Kissing up to the boss! A: Pour the milk first! A: Other women! A: Pull a tooth! A: Bug bites! A: Your smartphone tracks you! A: Driving the wrong way on a one way street! A: A job! AL Workout clothes! A: Potato chips! A: What bathing suit to wear! A: A fish!
A: A pen or pencil! A: How to drive a stick shift! A: Gone to a concert! A: A museum! A: Flying in a plane! A: A milkshake! A: Sushi! A: Rice! A: Sugar! A: Be friendly with your neighbors! A: Kissing-face rash! A: Skipped out on a bill! A: Sing the National Anthem! A: Shopping! What is the 2 injury? A: Order dessert! A: Insect repellent! A: Being too nosy! A: Bigger butts! A: Eyebrows! A: Dirty underwear! A: Make them more attractive! A: A vacation! A: Pretending to be sick—faking a cough!
A: Play board games! A: A telephone pole! A: Roasted a marsh mellow! A: A rib! A: Going on a picnic! A: Swim with dolphins! A: Dreaming about being on vacation! A: A hairy chest! A: A mirror! A: A tuxedo! A: A garden! A: Getting injured! A: Set their watch or clock ahead 5 or more minutes! A: Setting up Wifi! A: Salad dressing! A: A backwards baseball cap!
A: Marriage licenses! A: The thermostat!
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A: Stayed out of the way! A: Clean the house! A: Fish! A: Fortune cookies! A: Kiss with their eyes closed! A: Online internet shopping! A: Where they bought their shoes! A: Get seconds! A: Nothing! Never do what? A: Wash their car! A: He smelled good! A: Sing in the car! A: A weak handshake! A: Put salt on our food! A: Cucumbers! A: Hot dogs! A: An umbrella! What was it? A: A jump rope! A: Sleeping in late! A: Eaten an entire cake! A: The movie theater! A: In the shower! A: Take off your shoes! A: Use hairspray! A: Spending time indoors!
A: Clean their socks and underwear! A: Get at least 1, miles away from your boss! A: Bad days a year! A: Your nose is cold! Who is she? A: Bank teller! A: They have worked at a convenience store! A: Eat meals standing up! What is this? A: One word responses! A: Complaining about their house! A: Driving below the speed limit! A: An engagement ring! A: Going on a blind date! A: They feel like they have nothing to wear! A: A chili recipe! A: Get out of bed! A: A haircut! A: Stop talking! A: A celebrity! A: Chewing gum! Too old to do what? A: Go to a concert! A: Deep dish vs. A: Drink orange juice!
A: Eat cheese! A: Invisibility! A: Used a pay phone! A: Picture taking! A: Traveling! To avoid what? A: Helping them move! A: Text and drive! A: November 1st! A: Has low lighting! A: They were too tired! A: Baked beans! A: Mosquitos! A: Litter! A: He me laugh! A: Utter their first curse word! A: Listening to music! A: Spaghetti! A: Answering the doorbell! A: They actually enjoy doing their taxes! A: A younger sibling! With what? A: The hiccups!
A: Selective hearing! A: Cheese! Stolen what? A: A Bible! A: Walk around naked! A: Pumpkin spice latte! A: Had a fight that drew blood or left a mark! A: Turn our undies inside-out before we wear them a second time!
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A: Driving in the snow! A: The dishes! BAQ: Every 12th car on the road right now has this problem. A: The check engine light is on! A: Reversing into a parking spot! A: Pounds she wants to lose! A: Our temper! A: All dental care! A: Which side of the bed to sleep on! A: They fight all the time! A: A drunken bar argument! A: An idea! A: Their teeth! A: Climbing a tree! A: A new car smell! A: Bullying! A: Texting or answering a call during the interview! A: A bottle of ketchup! A: Thanksgiving! A: A potato!
Friday, March 23rd, Argued about what? A: Rinsing or not rinsing the dished before putting them in the dishwasher! A: Underwear! A: Pets! A: Wrinkled clothes! A: Lawyers! A: House cleaning! A: A clean room! A: An automobile accident! A: It is illegal to die there! A: Make your bed! A: Penny slots!
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A: Peak cuteness! A: Discarded fast food containers! A: Jamming needles into a voodoo doll! A: Pet food dishes! A: Gloves! A: Kissing! A: A cup of coffee! A: Breaking the speed limit! A: Leave someone a voicemail! A: The bride and groom write their own vows! A: Picking their nose! A: An ATM! A: Ride in a car with them!
A: Tell a lie! A: Their dessert! A: Miles on their car! A: Turned around and left! A: Back hair! A: A baby crying! A: Gravy! A: Their bed! A: A phone charger! A: Pet food! A: Clip their toe nails! A: Talk to them in a special voice! A: Frown! A: Their shoe size! A: A vacuum cleaner! A: Buying a vacuum cleaner! A: A pool table! A: A Flashlight!
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And the price of peace may be her very life. Goncharov first thought of writing Oblomov in the mids, soon after publishing his first novel A Common Story. When Pallas finally ended its journey in August in Russia's far east, Goncharov spent another half a year getting acquainted with Siberia and slowly making his way back to St.
Although Goncharov was not working on Oblomov during his long journey it appears he was thinking about the book, as Oblomov shows up in many of his letters home. When he tried to begin writing again in February , he blamed his delays and inability to write on exhaustion, loss of momentum, and a new and more demanding job as a censor.
By the end of August the novel was complete. He spent the following year revising and rewriting the novel until finally on January 14, , Oblomov was published in Otechestvennye zapiski. The novel focuses on the life of the main character, Ilya Ilyich Oblomov. Oblomov is a member of the upper middle class and the son of a member of Russia's nineteenth century landed gentry. Oblomov's distinguishing characteristic is his slothful attitude towards life.
Oblomov raises this trait to an art form, conducting his little daily business from his bed. The first part of the book finds Oblomov in bed one morning. He receives a letter from the manager of his country estate, Oblomovka, explaining that the financial situation is deteriorating and that he must visit to make some major decisions. But Oblomov can barely leave his bedroom, much less journey a thousand miles into the country.
As he sleeps, a dream reveals Oblomov's upbringing in Oblomovka. He is never required to work or perform household duties, and his parents constantly pull him from school for vacations and trips or for trivial reasons. In contrast, his friend Andrey Stoltz, born to a German father and a Russian mother, is raised in a strict, disciplined environment, and he is dedicated and hard-working. Stoltz visits at the end of Part 1, finally rousing Oblomov from sleep. As the story develops, Stoltz introduces Oblomov to a young woman, Olga, and the two fall in love. However, his apathy and fear of moving forward are too great, and she calls off their engagement when it is clear that he will keep delaying their wedding and avoiding putting his affairs in order.
Oblomov is swindled repeatedly by his "friends" Taranteyev and Ivan Matveyevich, his landlady's brother, and Stoltz has to undo the damage each time. The last time, Oblomov ends up living in penury because Taranteyev and Ivan Matveyevich are blackmailing him out of all of his income from the country estate, which lasts for over a year before Stoltz discovers the situation and reports Ivan Matveyevich to his supervisor.
Meanwhile, Olga leaves Russia and visits Paris, where she bumps into Stoltz on the street. The two strike up a romance and end up marrying. However, not even Oblomov could go through life without at least one moment of self-possession and purpose. When Taranteyev's behavior at last reaches insufferable lows, Oblomov confronts him, slaps him around a bit and finally kicks him out of the house.
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Sometime before his death he is visited by Stoltz, who had promised to his wife a last attempt at bringing Oblomov back to the world. During this visit Stoltz discovers that Oblomov has married his widowed landlady, Agafia Pshenitsina, and had a child - named Andrey, after Stoltz. Stoltz realizes that he can no longer hope to reform Oblomov, and leaves.
Oblomov spends the rest of his life in a second Oblomovka, continuing to be taken care of by Agafia Pshenitsina as he used to be taken care of as a child. She can prepare the food he likes, meal, and makes sure that Oblomov does not have a single worrisome thought. By then Oblomov had already accepted his fate, and during the conversation he mentions "Oblomovitis" as the real cause of his demise. Oblomov dies in his sleep, finally fulfilling his wish to sleep forever. Stoltz adopts his son upon his death. The narrator of Oblomov appears as a rather traditional third person narrator.
In the beginning of the novel he is largely invisible and lets the characters do the talking. The narrator seems to be someone who may wish he knew the answers but is honest enough to admit that he does not.
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