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I'm ready to do this.

I'm going to do it.
But first I have to ask,

If I go to a mental wellness doctor, they're not going to tell anyone?

No one will know right? its confidential like going to a regular doctor right?

Does health insurance cover this?

I guess I could call and ask(but my anxiety keeps me from doing anything)


I guess I'll add before I log out indefinitely to prevent from posting, I went to a regular doctor and they just gave me celexa and didn't really follow up, and celexa sucked. And did NOTHING at all. I can't breathe, I think I've been having a mini panic attack for the past two hours now....the fact that I have all of my exams in one day probably triggered it. And the fact that I"m probably going to flunk a class triggered it. And the fact that I need that class to graduate and the only offer it NEVER, triggered it. And I feel like the fail boat captain in the river of suckandloser and biggest dissapointmentonearth lake. And probably the fact that someone asked me to be vp of an honors club when they don't know my gpa is going down the drain, because I'm too stupid for my major. And the fact that I hate my life. And the fact that it's not that big of a deal but it is too me. Because I just feel like I disappoint everyone. Everyone thinks I'm so smart, and I'm not. I'm the biggest stupid snot face loser on earth. Can't do anything right. I'm worth minus 2 pennies.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
Hugs. I think you wrote my exact thoughts today. Except sub school for life in general.

You are WAY better than you think. For sure.

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Originally Posted by curlylaura
I'll sit on the couch and contribute nothing!
Originally Posted by Eilonwy

I'll give you a hand with that.
Originally Posted by legends
No, you kill the giant bugs, huge spiders, deadly snakes, and cane toads
I'll sit on the couch and contribute nothing!
Originally Posted by Eilonwy

I'll give you a hand with that.
Originally Posted by legends
No, you kill the giant bugs, huge spiders, deadly snakes, and cane toads
Originally Posted by Eilonwy

You waaaaay overestimate my usefulness.

I can fetch you alcoholic beverages. Anything else is beyond my scope.

(I WILL NOT google "cane toads.")

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I LOVE toads.

Really. If I see them outside, I follow them around, naming them and talking to them.

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Originally Posted by Saria
I ate at his restaurant in San Francisco. It was really, really good.

Bookmarking that recipe and putting that book on my wishlist too
I can fetch you alcoholic beverages. Anything else is beyond my scope.0
Originally Posted by legends
i think talents such as this one are highly UNDER-valued!

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I WILL NOT google "cane toads."
Originally Posted by legends
They're just regular toads. I was making a joke by being anticlimactic, but I see how that wouldn't be clear.

They were intentionally introduced to Australia as an invasive species, in the hopes that they'd wipe out an insect that was eating crops. It turned out that they weren't interested in the insects. It also turned out that they reproduce prolifically, eat nearly anything their size or smaller, and have no predators in Australia. They've been wreaking havoc on Australia's ecosystems ever since.

Cane toads produce a toxin that can make your eyes burn and kill pets. But mainly they're just a nuisance to humans. They're also the subject of a very funny documentary, which may be NSFW for copious footage of them mating.

Last edited by Eilonwy; 04-20-2012 at 10:15 PM.
It's cane toad culling season in aus right now.

I like it when it rains and the baby ones jump about, they're kind of cute. The big ones are butt ugly.

I've seen more spiders here than I did in Australia. I've only ever seen snakes behind glass. Also the dangerous spiders are really small.

I've just been woken up by a massive hail storm :|
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
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I'll take the cheesecake. Thanks!
Originally Posted by spring1onu
^^^^only when i get my cookies

Originally Posted by rouquinne
We need to get together and have a dessert party!
Originally Posted by spring1onu
Oh whooa slow down, Nellie. You'll get them when I get mine!
'Some of this story is completely true. And some of it isn't. Like truth, evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. Sometimes it comes with a heavy price. Most people don't invite evil into their lives. The dirty little secret is that an invitation is necessary. Locked doors don't matter. Neither do fancy security systems. Evil is kind of amazing when you think about it. She knows how to get inside.'

Is it normal to refer to evil as a female? Is this an established practice or is this just one more reason for why this writer irritates me?

(I'm writing a book review - needless to say its a negative one and this is just one thing among many many things that stood out)

Last edited by kat180; 04-21-2012 at 07:50 AM.
DH called me this morning, he said something about it being early. I vaguely remember panicking and saying something about being late for school. . . . Yeah, I'm gonna get teased later.
'Some of this story is completely true. And some of it isn't. Like truth, evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. Sometimes it comes with a heavy price. Most people don't invite evil into their lives. The dirty little secret is that an invitation is necessary. Locked doors don't matter. Neither do fancy security systems. Evil is kind of amazing when you think about it. She knows how to get inside.'

Is it normal to refer to evil as a female? Is this an established practice or is this just one more reason for why this writer irritates me?

(I'm writing a book review - needless to say its a negative one and this is just one thing among many many things that stood out)
Originally Posted by kat180
That's some misogynist ********.
They're just regular toads. I was making a joke by being anticlimactic, but I see how that wouldn't be clear.

They were intentionally introduced to Australia as an invasive species, in the hopes that they'd wipe out an insect that was eating crops. It turned out that they weren't interested in the insects. It also turned out that they reproduce prolifically, eat nearly anything their size or smaller, and have no predators in Australia. They've been wreaking havoc on Australia's ecosystems ever since.

Cane toads produce a toxin that can make your eyes burn and kill pets. But mainly they're just a nuisance to humans. They're also the subject of a very funny documentary, which may be NSFW for copious footage of them mating.
Originally Posted by Eilonwy
You know? I've heard of domestic cats, pigs & somethingelsethatescapesmerightnow but not cane toads. I'm starting to think it's really the humans and not all these animals.... really.
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'Some of this story is completely true. And some of it isn't. Like truth, evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. Sometimes it comes with a heavy price. Most people don't invite evil into their lives. The dirty little secret is that an invitation is necessary. Locked doors don't matter. Neither do fancy security systems. Evil is kind of amazing when you think about it. She knows how to get inside.'

Is it normal to refer to evil as a female? Is this an established practice or is this just one more reason for why this writer irritates me?

(I'm writing a book review - needless to say its a negative one and this is just one thing among many many things that stood out)
Originally Posted by kat180
That's some misogynist ********.
Originally Posted by Saria
Agreed. I'm probably not much better because evil to me is extremely masculine. *shrug*
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'Some of this story is completely true. And some of it isn't. Like truth, evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. Sometimes it comes with a heavy price. Most people don't invite evil into their lives. The dirty little secret is that an invitation is necessary. Locked doors don't matter. Neither do fancy security systems. Evil is kind of amazing when you think about it. She knows how to get inside.'

Is it normal to refer to evil as a female? Is this an established practice or is this just one more reason for why this writer irritates me?

(I'm writing a book review - needless to say its a negative one and this is just one thing among many many things that stood out)
Originally Posted by kat180
That's some misogynist ********.
Originally Posted by Saria
Its not like a huge deal, but it just pissed me off all the same. Why not just say 'It knows how to get inside'? I mean, I know inanimate objects are often referred to as 'she', but I've never heard 'evil' being a she.
Probably some twit trying to be *inspired*. And considering how much women have been called evil and blamed as the root of evil, I don't appreciate his inspiration.
Probably some twit trying to be *inspired*. And considering how much women have been called evil and blamed as the root of evil, I don't appreciate his inspiration.
Originally Posted by Saria
Full of loves for you Saria
Rabbits are also an introduced species to Australia and a pest.

In fact I think the only introduced species that hasn't caused major problems (with the exception of farm animals) are camels.
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
I don't really like eggs by themselves (must have bacon, yuumm) but I kinda want to taste deviled eggs. I don't even know why I'm curious.
Turtles: omg please don't put that in your moo moo

Nej: too late... moo moo has been infiltrated.
If you like egg salad, a deviled egg tastes similar to it, but it's neater and less "wet", for lack of a better word.

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