I have to confess!

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Well fess up, missy. How old are you? (I just broke a cardinal woman law.)


Okay, one more and I will be done. My freshman year in high school I became close friends with a wonder, smart, incredibly funny, and extremely tall guy. We had several classes together and would sometimes get sick of a few snarky girls in our classes that made fun of peoples appearances. They liked to push buttons and hit people where they were the most insecure. They never did it to us, but did it in front of us non stop.

So, one day my friend brought an older tape recorder to school. It made everything sound a little messed up anyway. We did our best demented Muppet impressions, and recorded personalized messages for each 'mean' girl. After school, my friend called me and we in turn 3 way called each person.

Ring, ring... Hello?
Is your butt at home?
What?
Is. Your. Butt. At. Hooooome?

Ring, ring... Hello.
Are your teeth at home?
Who is this?!?!
Are. Your. Teeth. At. Hoooome?

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So on and so forth. Hahaha. We died numerous times that day.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
HAHAH!! Hilarious.

My sister and her friend crank called a neighbor of the friend. He had very white legs and so when he answered,

they said: Hello Whitelegs!
His response: Hello telephone!

They were so shocked at the response, they ended up hanging up.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
Oh, God. I blame it all on Heathers. Ha! Right or wrong, i still cry laughing when I think about it.

Prank calls were the most fun. Especially the ones at 3am. My friends and I pranked each other, and family members, all the time.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Me and my cousin prank called my neighbor to invite her to a fake garage sale and she was like "I know who this...we have caller ID MURRR" and then we hung up lol
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I have pranked called people. My mom told me of her childhood hijinks and a friend and i pranked called places. so i blame my mom.
Me and my cousin prank called my neighbor to invite her to a fake garage sale and she was like "I know who this...we have caller ID MURRR" and then we hung up lol
Originally Posted by murrrcat

The joys and genius of prank calling died thanks to caller ID. I was long done with it by that point. I had my fun. I did give myself away by laughing on more than once occasion.

Some guys (that I eventually started hanging out with) got my number in elementary school and pranked my house all the time. They would call in the middle of the night, and when my dad picked up they would say... "This is Donnie, Jordan, Joe, Danny and John, and we're the New Kids on the Block. Is your daughter home?" Goobers. My dad would cuss, and I would laugh.

ETA: I do know there has been a slight resurrection thanks to apps that change your nbr and your voice. A few months ago my bff got a call from the nbr "666" at 5am, and a voice mail from Satan saying he would see him soon. Haha. Pretty cute, but it took 10 seconds to figure out who called. I guess it's more popular now to prank 911 and have SWAT teams sent to peoples houses, which could result in an accidental shooting. Yeah, you're not doing that right.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 04-02-2013 at 08:05 AM.
Can I make a confession for my Uncle? It's one of my favorites.

When he was a teenager, the police station here was a camper trailer. It didn't even have a telephone in it. Just a desk and a couple of chairs. One night, when the deputy was put riding the road, my uncle and his friend hooked the camper up to his truck and pulled it far into the woods. BAHA! It took them 2 weeks to find it.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

haha! thats funny fifi.

If we telling on other folks i have one for my dad and another for my grandma.

when my grandma was a teen she stole her neighbors goat as a joke. then she lost it. but he found it eventually.

my dad grew up in a snobbing area because my grandpa worked for the railroad and they bought houses for their employees. of course the snobs didnt like the influx of poor immigrants and black people so they treated them like crap. one of the neighbors was a dude who was horrible and would say things about my family and such things. thankfully my grandma had no clue about the lingo so it went over her head (she had no clue what a commune was! Ha!) so anywho. to get revenge my dad painted a peace sign on dude's lawn in flamable material and lit it on fire. dad was a runningback so was quick on his feet and got away without being seen. the neighbors knew it was someone from the railroad section but had no proof of who. my poppop had an idea his son did it.
^ hehehehe. "It's all good".
You had to do something in rural areas to keep yourself entertained.


I always loved my uncles stories. He was a rebellious punk. My dad had a few of his own, but he never pushed it like my uncle. He stole all the news papers from the paper truck and dumped them in a lake. Also, from what I have been told, it was Duke of Hazard around here every single weekend. My uncle hyped up all of his vehicles, and gave chase every chance he got. I think they all enjoyed it. Of course, back then, there were no other cars on the road at that time of night. It was not as crowded, and they did not have anywhere near the risk of injuring others as one would now.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Everyday I want to pack a bag and and hop the rails, like a hobo.

I really wish I had the guts to just leave and not let anyone know. I would drop a postcard once a year so they will know i am still alive. maybe.
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when I was about 12, I stayed over my cousin's house a lot. She would sneak boys in all the time. They made me drink. In fact, I remember the one guy making me sit on his lap and he would stab me with a straight pin until I drank enough of the 40oz. (WTF!)

By the time I was 13/14, I could drink a 40 of Old English Malt liquor and a shortie of Mad Dog.
^ Jerk! It's terrible that he would poke you with a straight pin until he thought you had enough. Someone needs to poke him in the eye for forcing a kid to drink.

In related yet unrelated news:
Old E! 8 Ball! I have not thought about that particular 40 in years.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I know. I have to laugh at how crazy that was. INSANE
I know. I have to laugh at how crazy that was. INSANE
Originally Posted by scrills
Well, we can't change the past so we might as well find a way to laugh about it.


My confession: Olde English 800 was the first alcoholic beverage I drank. Cheers!
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Mine was Strawberry Hill or some crap.

Boones!



I still get a little sick thinking about it. I could drink a whole bottle by myself.
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^ I remember that one, too. I thought I might end up drinking Boones Farm or some type of wine cooler the first time but... Nope. I drank Olde E with my friend & then boyfriends neighbor who I will call Quest, because that's we called him. The next night I had a screw driver (see first time thread), and the next day I ventured into "puff puff pass-ville". I went wild in a matter of 3 days. I was a senior though, and managed to avoid going buck wild until after I graduated.

Now I can hardly stand to drink, and can't/won't go any further than that.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Bacardi Rum & coke. Can't even smell it today without wanting to heave. One hell of a hang over. Ever Clear chased with beer. I think I lost some brain cells with that one.
Mine were b&js wine coolers. Tasted like damn kool aid lol. I think I got a buzz after like three.

Oh how far I've come...
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BC: 9.6.11

when will your favs?

My first proper slow dance was to Strawberry Wine.

I was head over heels for the guy too. And I still swoon when I hear the song haha
Last relaxer: 8.4.10
BC: 9.6.11

when will your favs?

when I was about 12, I stayed over my cousin's house a lot. She would sneak boys in all the time. They made me drink. In fact, I remember the one guy making me sit on his lap and he would stab me with a straight pin until I drank enough of the 40oz. (WTF!)

By the time I was 13/14, I could drink a 40 of Old English Malt liquor and a shortie of Mad Dog.
Originally Posted by scrills
Mad Dog! Lol!

My first drinks were wine coolers, and then worked my way up to Sutter Home white zin. I was probably 14 or 15. My mom would have them around and she didn't really care if I drank one. It wasn't a big deal. Then I drank Zima a few times. I wasn't truly drunk for the first time til I was 18. My mom took me to Aruba and we drank grape crushes and tequila shots.

We're not alcoholics or anything, lol. My family has always been social drinkers.



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My first proper slow dance was to Strawberry Wine.

I was head over heels for the guy too. And I still swoon when I hear the song haha
Originally Posted by annabananalise
My first kiss was to The End by The Doors.


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