I have to confess!

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I used to get tormented on the schoolbus in the 8th grade by a group of boys. Every day. They would scream things at me, a few times one would bring a balloon and poke me in the butt as I was getting off the bus, they were AWFUL. I used to go home and sob.

My mother called the school, talked to the bus driver, the principal, nobody did ANYTHING.

It was awful, and I still remember those boys and every one of their first and last names.

I tried yelling back at them as I got off the bus, giving them the finger silently as I got off, nothing made them stop.

So, I took matters into my own hands, and when I'd see one of them in the hallway in school and there were a lot of kids around, I would casually kick them REALLY REALLY REALLY HARD AS I COULD in the shin as I walked by them. I wouldn't move my head at all or make eye contact, I'd just kick them as hard as I could and keep going.

I actually got a pair of pointy ballet flats for this very reason...to make them hurt as much as possible.

I know violence is never the answer, but my GOSH. I was in so much pain that year because they used to torment me so much on the bus and nobody would do anything to make them stop.
Originally Posted by CanItBeChristine
I had terrible experiences in school. I'd dream of killing everyone.... Torturing them until they... just.... DIED! I hated these people. To this day I never want to see them again.

The potato thing is scary to me too. O.o

I'm so afraid of "trash company" (I REFUSE to even type them!!!) That after the trash has been in the house for 3 or more days, I won't look at it. I'll squint so I can just get the gist of where the can is when I dump stuff in it. *Damn shame*
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If someone tried giving me grief about not drinking I'm pretty sure I'd have to LOUDLY reply back how bad it upsets my stomach and ohhhhh my word I have to be on the toilet the whole next day and ohhhhh my goodness it's the worst. What? I can't hear you as you're walking away??

Dumb asses. Stay out of my kidneys.
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The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
^ Don't worry, Springy. I never give anyone grief but my bff, and only because he was my most favorite drinking buddy in the world. Now he won't toast with me, on his birthday Lol.


It's a good decision to not drink, or not drink heavily, but still seems strange (as in, FOR REAL?) to me when a person has not even tried a sip.

And I live in Baptist country. Haha.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I don't know where the laced stuff is going. I've smoked a LOT of pot. Just about every day for 10 years. I've smoked with strangers at a Van Halen concert, at a James Taylor concert, and a Stone Temple Pilots concert. I've smoked with people at parties, outside of bars in Worcester, and I've bought weed through friends and friends of friends. I've never had a bad laced experience.

Now I DID see a friend of a friend who got laced stuff but she went into a bathroom with a bunch of guys who had her cornered in there - I mean, come on. Do Not smoke by yourself with a bunch of sketch balls.

I spent a good 6 months doing ecstasy on the weekends, and a year a little too wrapped up in the excitement of cocaine. Not my best years in decision making. But at the time it was fun and I at least know how to spot the signs.

I spent a few years every weekend at the clubs. I drank like I was a large, grown man. I danced, I got free drinks, I stayed up til dawn, I threw a drink in a guys face, ran from the cops, had a drug dealer lay his gun on my coffee table, I've seen the sun rise, slept til 7pm, got up to take a shower and do it all over again. All while keeping a very professional, supervisory position worked 45 hours a week, I had a nice car and my own apartment. By the time I was in my late 20's I stopped it all and settled down and had kids. I know I sound like a crazy person, but I was young, I had no responsibilities, and I partied a little.

Now I indulge in wine, and the very occasional, very rare, pot. If I go out, its to dinner with my man, and we're home and in our pjs by 9:30!!

Minxy, I had a 'dugout'. Its a wooden thing that has a compartment for the weed, and a one hitter pipe. I took that thing with me everywhere. I keep it now for nostalgia.



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Well giving grief to a loved one is totally different! I live for that sorta stuff. haha

I did enough drinking in my 20's to last me a life time. Although a few weeks ago at the grocery Mr. Spring was trying to convince me to get some margarita mix. What's he up to? Nope, ain't gonna work!

I just feel sooooo incredibly HORRIBLE the next several days after drinking it's not worth it to me. Like, laying on the couch for two days feeling like I've been hit by a truck kinda bad. No, no, no.




Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
Giving a loved one grief is always fun.


Hang overs did contribute to me slowing down and moderating. I can remember the days when I would black out, and feel great when I woke up. In my late 20's, that started changing. Halloween is the only time I allow myself to get isht faced now. That is my go wild, and blow off steam, and do not judge yourself for it day.

* And I will get a little wild on NYE, if I don't have to work. I'm usually working.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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I confess, I once bit a baby. Broke the skin too. Don't worry though, I was a baby too. Not some baby-biting sicko. Apparently, he looked pretty tasty.
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TNB.....you evil baby biter...

I was a biter as a child. I would bite my sister in her stomach. My mom tried everything, but I couldn't stop myself. As I got older all my pencils had chew marks all over them and none had erasers. Pen caps were chewed to destruction. I once chewed up a friends rubber frog he had hanging from his car mirror. I couldn't help myself. I guess I stayed in the oral stage a long time.
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I once bit my sister on the forehead when I was half-asleep. But I was like... 12 at that point. We had to share a bed on vacation, and I thought her forehead was my pillow (what that has to do with anything, I'll never know), apparently? After I bit her and she yelled at me, I said "Oops. Wrong object" and then rolled over and went back to sleep. It left a mark on her forehead for a few days. *witch cackle*

And yeah, ~9 years later, she and I still share a bed when we're traveling. She was a bit apprehensive about it for a little while there, though... Can't imagine why.
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I confess.........I do not like the Foo Fighters.

I know, minor right? Well I mix with a lot of musicians and you'd think I said I hated puppies, skittles, and sunshine if I told them that! It's like Dave Grohl is a god to them! Yeah he's probably got some good ideas and views on the industry, I'm down with that. I just think he should have stuck to the drums.

Often I'll say things at work that seem like confessions, at least judging by people's reactions you'd think I was confessing a deep dark secret. Recently this included:
my dislike of pepperoni
the fact I've never seen Titanic, ever (I'm oddly proud of this one, and I was a teen when this came out)

I tried to get my Nana to take my younger half-sister (who was not her grandchild) because I didn't like her as a kid. I didn't quite get that I'd still have to see her because I was at my Nana's all the time. I just didn't like the addition to my Dad's household. I figured Nana could solve the problem. Now my sis and I are very close, so I'm glad I didn't find a way to get rid of her! This is a favorite tale with my family.
I confess.........I do not like the Foo Fighters.

I know, minor right? Well I mix with a lot of musicians and you'd think I said I hated puppies, skittles, and sunshine if I told them that! It's like Dave Grohl is a god to them! Yeah he's probably got some good ideas and views on the industry, I'm down with that. I just think he should have stuck to the drums.

Often I'll say things at work that seem like confessions, at least judging by people's reactions you'd think I was confessing a deep dark secret. Recently this included:
my dislike of pepperoni
the fact I've never seen Titanic, ever (I'm oddly proud of this one, and I was a teen when this came out)

I tried to get my Nana to take my younger half-sister (who was not her grandchild) because I didn't like her as a kid. I didn't quite get that I'd still have to see her because I was at my Nana's all the time. I just didn't like the addition to my Dad's household. I figured Nana could solve the problem. Now my sis and I are very close, so I'm glad I didn't find a way to get rid of her! This is a favorite tale with my family.
Originally Posted by KookyCurl
I considered posting this as my confession. I have NO INTENTION of watching it.
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What? Watch the Titanic already!

I am not one for sappy girly movies so I didn't see the Notebook for years. Actually, I ended up having the movie, but never watched it, then ended up catching it on tv.

Of course I don't like sappy girly movies but I still cry like a baby at them.


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Never seen The Notebook either.
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I confess.........I do not like the Foo Fighters.

I know, minor right? Well I mix with a lot of musicians and you'd think I said I hated puppies, skittles, and sunshine if I told them that! It's like Dave Grohl is a god to them! Yeah he's probably got some good ideas and views on the industry, I'm down with that. I just think he should have stuck to the drums.

Often I'll say things at work that seem like confessions, at least judging by people's reactions you'd think I was confessing a deep dark secret. Recently this included:
my dislike of pepperoni
the fact I've never seen Titanic, ever (I'm oddly proud of this one, and I was a teen when this came out)

I tried to get my Nana to take my younger half-sister (who was not her grandchild) because I didn't like her as a kid. I didn't quite get that I'd still have to see her because I was at my Nana's all the time. I just didn't like the addition to my Dad's household. I figured Nana could solve the problem. Now my sis and I are very close, so I'm glad I didn't find a way to get rid of her! This is a favorite tale with my family.
Originally Posted by KookyCurl
I considered posting this as my confession. I have NO INTENTION of watching it.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
Same here.
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Never seen The Notebook either.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
Huh. Me neither. I've seen bits and pieces, but can't get through it. Same with Phenomenon with John Trevolta. I've tried so many times when it was this big hit (like forever ago), but fell asleep every. Single. Time.


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I hated the notebook. Too much sappy crying and over emotional. But I am not one for those type of movies.

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I saw it when I was 15 on a roadtrip. Omg so boring, haven't watched it since.
I almost got arrested once. Caught a BF cheating. Confronted him. In a supermarket. Threw merchandise at him. Bread, 2 liter bottles of soda, cans. The exBF has thus been nicknamed Mr. Cans. A Good Samaritan tried to intervene on Mr. Cans' behalf. That didn't work out so well. For him. It was a big kerfuffle. The manager called the police. They totally let me go, saying, "We think you had a reason to be upset." My hatred of cops subsided just a little that day. Thought about buying the cop some donuts. It was the supermarket where my estranged husband worked. Luckily, he was off that day. Until he decided to stop by for a pack of cigarettes...Right in the middle of the melee. Timing is everything...
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TNB, I think I remember you posting about that. At least I think it was you. If so, you got a lot of grief from here.
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