General chatter - What is something that nobody could possibly know about you?




mazza
11-11-2008, 06:13 PM
Ok, so it doesn't have to be something HUGE - it can be as little as your favourite brand of mineral water, the kinds of pets you have or as big as being in love with someone who doesn't know it yet.

This thread is here for entertainment and getting to know our fellow 3FCers a little better.

I'll go first.

Something nobody on 3FC could possibly know about me is... I have never tried squash.

So... What is something that nobody on here could possibly know about you?


raw23
11-11-2008, 06:19 PM
I tried to pierce my belly button by myself when I was 12. Using a sewing needle. Nothing else. I didn't get far... and it hurt. So no belly button ring.

kelly315
11-11-2008, 06:46 PM
Rebecca- I tried to do the exact same thing, I think I was 13 or 14. I shudder just thinking about it.


amandarose17
11-11-2008, 06:46 PM
I actually like French toast. I never tried it and I just always assumed I hated it until I did try it. However, I am stubborn and when anyone in my family asks if I want French toast, I say no I don't like it.

Beautiful Ace
11-11-2008, 06:48 PM
When I was 16 I had low self esteem and slept around a fair bit. But now that I've grown up and matured a lot, I refuse to sleep with anybody that I'm not in a relationship with.

Yeh I'm that honest. lol

mazza
11-11-2008, 06:52 PM
Rebecca and Kelly - I pierced my friend's ear with a safety pin when I was 15.

rileyozzy
11-11-2008, 07:11 PM
I buy really expensive jeans and I live in an area that nobody, but me, knows they are that expensive.

luvja
11-11-2008, 07:12 PM
I pierced my own nose.... twice. With a sewing needle. and now have a scar on my nose. :(
I aslo pierced a few holes in my ear with a sewing needle.
I was so dumb.

aphil
11-11-2008, 07:33 PM
I actually successfully pierced my own nose. I had friends who worked in tat/piercing places, so I knew how as far as placement/angle...

I did it when I was 21 years old, when I was still working in the hair/nail industry. I mentioned doing it, and someone said "You won't do it." I am extremely stubborn, so that was all I needed. I went into the bathroom, and came out 10 minutes later with a stud in my nose. I am now 33, and 12 years later...it's still there. I have lots of nose jewelry, too. :D


As far as something people couldn't possibly know about me...I had bright blue eyes when I was a child-all the way through elementary school. When I started hitting puberty, my eye color changed. Now they are categorized as hazel...but they have 3 rings of color-amber/golden ring around the pupil, an aqua ring around that, and finally, the outer rim of my eyes is gray.

Beautiful Ace
11-11-2008, 07:36 PM
I pierced my own nose successfully when I was in grade 7. lol I have ten holes in my ears that I did myself, and recently I took an ear gun to my lip bored at work, and that was successfull also.

Kofarq
11-11-2008, 07:37 PM
Aphil, that's lovely!

I have never had a peanut butter and jam sandwich. Never Ever. It just seems nasty. And guess what? I will Never Ever eat one. EVER!

mazza
11-11-2008, 07:41 PM
When I started hitting puberty, my eye color changed. Now they are categorized as hazel...but they have 3 rings of color-amber/golden ring around the pupil, an aqua ring around that, and finally, the outer rim of my eyes is gray.

Wow. My mother teaches iridology and that'd totally fascinate her.

Beautiful Ace
11-11-2008, 07:45 PM
Aphil, that's lovely!

I have never had a peanut butter and jam sandwich. Never Ever. It just seems nasty. And guess what? I will Never Ever eat one. EVER!

:O .... wow ahaha I thought PB&J was something that everybody has tried... It's not as bad as it looks btw:P

Schumeany
11-11-2008, 07:48 PM
Hmmm...there is not a lot that noone knows about me. I tend to share. :) However, I'm doing my best to dredge up something. Well, I have a thing for Anderson Cooper, the CNN Anchor. It adds a whole new dimension to watching the news -- especially when my husband's in the room. :)

kelly315
11-11-2008, 08:12 PM
actually, coroners don't have to work with bodies all that much- just ok the crime scene for removal of the body and work on all the office work that has to do with the case. You'd probably get used to blood after a while! I heard about a coroner from Michigan who actually got elected when she was 18, based on no experience besides watching CSI!

HealthPNut
11-11-2008, 08:17 PM
Aphil and Mazza- that eye thing is really interesting! My mom has gone a little overboard doing cleanses and such (like to the dangerous point), but her eye color has completely changed from really dark brown to light green! She's convinced she was supposed to be born with blue eyes but since her mom was a drinker she was born with too many toxins. Interesting stuff... but she didn't exactly go about it in a good way.

Schumeany- I looove anderson cooper! Those pretty blue eyes.... haha

The only things I can think of that no one could possibly know about me are bad... not sure if I wanna post them.
Okay, this one is kinda bad, but very honest. I've never been very permiscuous, but one night I got sooo drunk and slept with this friend of mine who is actually kinda a man whore. I didn't tell anyone, but of course he went around bragging so everyone found out! I told them all I didn't remember because I was too drunk (it was hazy, but I definitely remember). I pretended to be totally shocked when someone asked me about it. I feel really bad because they all believed me, so that means they trust and respect me and I totally lied to everyone, including him!

schmalger
11-11-2008, 08:20 PM
I am working on a masters degree in history...and have NO intention of being a history teacher. Too bad I didn't have that epiphany before majoring in history! :lol: And on the same subject...I am soooo sick of school. :barf:

Beautiful Ace
11-11-2008, 08:24 PM
Oh oh!! I buy chop sticks and eat a lot of my food at home with them... I don't know why!

Mom2QJandT
11-11-2008, 08:25 PM
Hmmmmm...something no one could know about me? I've shared a lot on this website!

I have a very specific teeth-brushing routine. I have to pre-rinse, brush, floss, bruss, and post-rinse. If I run in to "just brush real fast" I worry that my teeth aren't really clean and end up doing the whole routine.

aphil
11-11-2008, 09:20 PM
Hmmmmm...something no one could know about me? I've shared a lot on this website!

I have a very specific teeth-brushing routine. I have to pre-rinse, brush, floss, bruss, and post-rinse. If I run in to "just brush real fast" I worry that my teeth aren't really clean and end up doing the whole routine.

Hey Mom2QJandT-

We live about 30 minutes away from each other...give or take. (Shelbytucky... ;) )

EZMONEY
11-11-2008, 09:24 PM
I have toe jam

mazza
11-11-2008, 09:25 PM
I love the smell of carrot juice but I'm not a huge fan of drinking it.

schmalger
11-11-2008, 09:26 PM
My hair is curly and straight, depending on whether or not I blow it dry.

WebRover
11-11-2008, 09:34 PM
I didn't like peanut butter at all until Reese's peanut butter cups came out. I'm someone else who has never had PB&J.

schmalger
11-11-2008, 09:37 PM
I didn't like peanut butter at all until Reese's peanut butter cups came out. I'm someone else who has never had PB&J.

I rarely eat peanut butter, but when I have Reese's, I only eat the chocolate around the edges! :D

mazza
11-11-2008, 09:40 PM
I've never tried a peanut butter cup. Are they as good as they say?

TJFitnessDiva
11-11-2008, 09:43 PM
One thing y'all don't know about me? Hmmmm....I'm a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and my favorite animals to rehab are birds of prey and alligators (mainly ones with bone fractures) ;)

NightengaleShane
11-11-2008, 09:46 PM
That's awesome to see how many self piercers there are here, even IF most were unsuccessful ;)

I am a very open person and really do not have many secrets, but here is a fun fact:
Before church, my dad always shaved. As a kid, I wanted to be like my dad. I didn't have any facial hair to shave, though, so when I was 8 years old, I shaved my eyebrows off instead.

Oh. And I tend to act like a complete doofus (or worse, a jerk :() when I really want someone to like me. Ironic, huh? :lol:

Smiling_Sara
11-11-2008, 09:52 PM
very very very few ppl know I have little to zero relationship experience. :o

Beautiful Ace
11-11-2008, 09:56 PM
ahaha, I tend to make fun of the people I like too. In a joking way though, like cracking a joke about their shirt or something but then contradicting it to say I really like it.

mazza
11-11-2008, 09:56 PM
so when I was 8 years old, I shaved my eyebrows off instead.

:lol: How cute!! I think...? What did your parents say?


I tend to act like a complete doofus (or worse, a jerk :() when I really want someone to like me. Ironic, huh?

Me too... I think it's cause I get all :o when I'm trying to act :cool:

junebug41
11-11-2008, 10:00 PM
I am an expert skate sharpener... hockey skates, specifically.

I could kill Chuck Norris with one of my edges ;)

NightengaleShane
11-11-2008, 10:07 PM
Ha... relationship experience... that's another thing - I am far less sexually experienced than most people assume :o :lol: And despite my "alternative" appearance, I'm really somewhat "vanilla"

mazza - my dad laughed and my mom freaked out, then proceeded to cut little snippets from the hair on my head and precisely glued it to where my eyebrows previously were!

I am the same way on the :cool: vs :o thing - I just really want them to think I'm awesome/funny/entertaining and end up coming off as silly, cocky, weird, or just plain smug depending on the person/situation :( Then, I repeat the situation in my head until I torture myself wondering what the other person thought, asking myself, "Why couldn't I have just... been... well... me?"

mandalinn82
11-11-2008, 10:17 PM
Aphil - Bizarre - you just described my eyes. I've never met anyone else with the same weird gold/amber, teal/blue outer ring, gray outside that. Mine were blue until I was 8. How strange!

Speaking of shaving stories, when I was 4 or 5, my dad shaved off his beard. When he came home, I REFUSED to believe it was him and screamed my head off whenever he came near me. I screamed that he was a stranger and that I wanted my daddy. I wouldn't let him touch me until it started growing back.

He didn't significantly change his beard again until I was 25.

NightengaleShane
11-11-2008, 10:19 PM
Awwww, Manda, that is SO CUTE about your dad and the beard!

schmalger
11-11-2008, 10:24 PM
I have a disturbing shaving story...it's disturbing to me anyway! I was nearly THIRTEEN when I started shaving my legs. All of my friends had been doing it for at least a couple of years, but my mom thought I was too young. (Maybe that's why I am such a prude?) But that summer, I was staying with my dad and was planning to go swimming. Well, the hair on my legs matched the hair on my head - dark brown - and I was too embarrassed to go. So I called my mom and asked permission to shave! She said yes. And you know? I don't think I would have done it if she'd said no!! :lol:

valpal23
11-11-2008, 10:30 PM
Nobody knows it but me - I decided to just work on maintaining my weight through the winter -- and only because of the way weight loss has affected my wardrobe..

I'm a size 14/16 and my main reason for maintaining right now is I bought a sweet professional wardrobe in this size and dont want to have to shell out the hundreds of bucks for all new stuff till spring. I cant afford to till then!

CountingDown
11-11-2008, 10:41 PM
Oh oh!! I buy chop sticks and eat a lot of my food at home with them... I don't know why!

I do too - it helps me eat slower and more deliberately!

Something no one knows about me? Hmmm...
Oh, I know - I love giraffes. I even sponge painted my bedroom in "giraffe" and upholstered one wall in giraffe fabric. I have stuffed giraffes on my dresser, and an old church pew along one wall - redone in giraffe print :D

Not sure that my DH finds giraffes as mood enhancing as I do though :lol:

evilwomaniamshe
11-11-2008, 10:44 PM
One of my legs is 1/2 an inch shorter than my other leg, so I have quite the
wiggle when I walk! Most people probably think I wiggle and shake my booty on purpose, but seriously I can not help it....

I'm a floss freak, I floss my teeth 4 times a day, thats the secret to my perfect smile.

I wear thongs sometimes, but the majority of the time I go commando!

Mom2QJandT
11-11-2008, 11:20 PM
Hey Mom2QJandT-

We live about 30 minutes away from each other...give or take. (Shelbytucky... ;) )


How cool! I use to work down that direction!

Mom2QJandT
11-11-2008, 11:22 PM
Aphil - Bizarre - you just described my eyes. I've never met anyone else with the same weird gold/amber, teal/blue outer ring, gray outside that. Mine were blue until I was 8. How strange!

Speaking of shaving stories, when I was 4 or 5, my dad shaved off his beard. When he came home, I REFUSED to believe it was him and screamed my head off whenever he came near me. I screamed that he was a stranger and that I wanted my daddy. I wouldn't let him touch me until it started growing back.

He didn't significantly change his beard again until I was 25.

I had about the same thing happen, but I was in Kindergarten and my dad tried to pick me up from school and I screamed that he was a stranger. He also kept his beard until I was about 25, maybe older, lol.

Billies Pottery
11-11-2008, 11:35 PM
All the piercing stories are making me squirm, i don't even have my ears pierced.
I think Anderson Cooper is gay.
I shaved my eyebrows off once because my little sister did and started to cry, so i wanted to make her feel better.
I'm 34 and i've only ever had sex with my husband, but we've done it thousands of times, so i'm an expert.

rileyozzy
11-11-2008, 11:50 PM
I think Anderson Cooper is gay too!

junebug41
11-12-2008, 12:00 AM
I think Anderson Cooper is gay too!

He is :) Said so himself to Oprah.

luvja
11-12-2008, 12:01 AM
Here's another one - The first boy I ever fell in love with turned out to be gay! Of course he didn't know I was madly in love with him, and in my heart of hearts I knew he was gay but didn't want to believe it. He finally came out the end of grade 12. I cried the entire night!
Gay guys attract to me like glue. Always been that way. No idea why.

suetalks
11-12-2008, 12:17 AM
Mom2QJandT and aphil--Small world. I live near you Mom2 and actually drive my mom there for her Drs. and aphil I go through your area quite often. (drive to the riverboat casino) I live near Anderson...lol.

Something no one here knows about me...well, most everything since I don't post here a lot. But one, I have always wanted to write a novel. And another...I am going to be a great-grandma in April. :)

Beautiful Ace
11-12-2008, 12:46 AM
Here's another one - The first boy I ever fell in love with turned out to be gay! Of course he didn't know I was madly in love with him, and in my heart of hearts I knew he was gay but didn't want to believe it. He finally came out the end of grade 12. I cried the entire night!
Gay guys attract to me like glue. Always been that way. No idea why.

My best friend's last three ex's were gay, well two gay and one bi. lol

mazza
11-12-2008, 01:26 AM
Shane - I love the fact your mom glued hair were your eyebrows were :D

.... Anderson Cooper is gay? Wow I didn't see that one coming. Good for him. I love that a man of his status is (openly?) gay. He's darned sexy too.

Suetalks - Congrats!!:dancer:

Billies Pottery
11-12-2008, 03:06 AM
This has been a good thread, fun to read. :cp:

Schumeany
11-12-2008, 03:47 AM
Oooo, you people are mean!!! I tell you my deepest, darkest secret...about Anderson Cooper...and you tell me he's GAY! OK, so I already figured he was gay because he never gets linked to anyone by the media, male or female, but still...I think he's hot. Hot, gay man...so sue me. :)

OK, so since my LAST secret ended up a big dud, here is my next one: I am the daughter of a retired US diplomat, and when I was fifteen I was staying at a resort in the Cloud Mountains of Nicaragua and I got shot at, with a machine gun spraying tracer bullets, while playing hide and seek in the rain forest with some friends from school. We never found out if it was the Contras or the Sandanistas who shot at us, but we had to crawl back to the hotel on our stomachs, while glowing red bullets ripped the palm leaves above our heads to shreds.

So that is probably a better secret than Anderson Cooper anyway...although technically, I'm not sure it should actually count, because my husband knows about it and so do my family.

KateRN
11-12-2008, 03:47 AM
when i was about 4 years old and learning to bathe on my own, my parents left me in the bath for a moment. i decided to shampoo my hair.... with the shampoo in the pretty pink bottle! unfortunately for me, i had not yet learned to read, nor did i have any understanding what NAIR would do if you shampoo'd with it........ my mom smelled it from the other room and came running in. she rinsed and combed and rinsed and combed over and over and over.... i lost hair in chunks but thankfully it all grew back!!!!!!!!

lets see... what else...
i feel more at home sitting in my parked car alone than at home itself. i have a pillow and blanket in the car and frequently will take whatever book i'm reading and change into my PJs and drive to a deserted place to sit in my car and read. my favorite is parking lots by the beach late at night.

i used to teach lap dancing classes. yep, formal workshops with folding chairs and all. :) private lessons and group lessons. i actually was quite successful with it!

oh! and nobody but my boyfriend knows i got my bum tattooed!!!! it looks like a stamp! it says "made in the usa. limited edition. copyright 1983. satifaction guaranteed."

Billies Pottery
11-12-2008, 04:00 AM
OK, so since my LAST secret ended up a big dud, here is my next one. I am the daughter of a retired US diplomat, and when I was fifteen I was staying at a resort in the Cloud Mountains of Nicaragua and I got shot at, with a machine gun spraying tracer bullets, while playing hide and seek in the jungle with some friends from school who were also staying there. We never knew if it was the Contras or the Sandanistas, but we had to crawl back to the hotel on our stomachs, while glowing red bullets ripped the palm leaves above our heads to shreds.

Oh wow! now that's a good one!

i feel more at home sitting in my parked car alone than at home itself. i have a pillow and blanket in the car and frequently will take whatever book i'm reading and change into my PJs and drive to a deserted place to sit in my car and read. my favorite is parking lots by the beach late at night.

Now that's just weird... But who am i to talk, i won't even tell you guys my deepest secret, way too weird and embarassing.

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:32 AM
This has been a good thread, fun to read. :cp:

:)I love reading all about people- and their stories. I'm big into the whole "everyone has their story to tell" thing.

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:34 AM
oh! and nobody but my boyfriend knows i got my bum tattooed!!!! it looks like a stamp! it says "made in the usa. limited edition. copyright 1983. satifaction guaranteed."

:lol: Awesome!!

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:38 AM
Sorry for the obnoxious triple post but I have another thing: I have a vertical scar on the right side of my forehead from when I tripped, fell, and hit the corner of two walls when I was 4 years old.

lizziep
11-12-2008, 05:19 AM
when i was 11 i wrote an entire novel during the summer - i worked on it every day and night and thought it was so awesome. it was like 250 pages long.

my dad deleted it by accident.

NightengaleShane
11-12-2008, 08:11 AM
luvja - I am pretty sure that the first boy I ever was more than friends with turned out to be gay, too ! I was in 8th-9th grade and he had all the signs, but I knew nothing about that back then. He had highlights, was into theatre, did tap dancing and ballet, had "limp wrist syndrome", had vocal intonations when he spoke, loved watching chick flicks, all his friends were girls, never, ever had a girlfriend, said he could never tell if a girl was hot lookin' but was always able to instantly point out when a guy was hot, was a mama's boy (the kind who baked muffins with his mama and dragged her to our first date :eek:), was obesssed with his weight and overall physical appearance... oh, the list goes on and on and on! I would be VERY surprised if he was sincerely straight. I have no idea what happened to him, but I sure hope he came out of the closet! ;)

Schumeany - WOW! That bullet story is AMAZING!!

mazza - does anyone ever make Harry Potter remarks about your scar?

I have more secrets. Perhaps some of these are juicy:
I can't dance. I have no rhythm. BUT I secretly wish I could MOVE like no other.

I have done modeling in the past and I think I look better in pictures than I do in real life.

I'd love to be considered sexy but fear that I am only sexy until I open my mouth - then, the sexy quickly morphs into "dorky cute" because I am animated like a cartoon character and too "funny" to be truly sexy :lol:

I am a dirty old man magnet and I have no idea why.

I want to break up with my girlfriend, but I feel obligated to stay until she finishes school. I'm terrified of hurting her, but I know she ultimately is not right for me. And when I'm drunk, I flirt with other people. :o I'm also more straight than I am gay - sometimes marginally so, sometimes by a landslide (yup - can't make up my mind and don't care to! "pick one" is SO overrated!)

I don't like going number two in public restrooms. I'm afraid of stinkin' up the joint and not being courteous of others. I'm also afraid of *plop plop plop* and walking out of the stall and seeing someone just standing there waiting to use it. AND I don't want anyone associating POOP with ME :lol: I used to hate having strangers hearing me pee, but I got over that because sometimes I need to pee seriously every 15 minutes and/or for really long periods of time.

mayness
11-12-2008, 08:26 AM
I pace when I talk on the phone, and you can tell how comfortable I am with the person on the other end by how quickly I'm moving. If it's my mom or dad, I'll wander leisurely; if it's someone I don't really know, I'll practically sprint laps around the living room... and everyone else falls somewhere in between. :lol: My husband hates it and tries to make me sit while I talk, so I end up making most of my phone calls in the bedroom with the door closed. :o

Another fact you didn't know: I edited this post because there wasn't enough variety in my punctuation. :)

NightengaleShane
11-12-2008, 08:45 AM
I am very OCD about grammar sometimes.

I am also very OCD about parking. Before turning the car off, I always check to make sure I am parked perfectly between the lines.

I'm a really careful driver in general because I ride my bike almost everywhere. Therefore, I am super aware of my surroundings in a vehicle.

PearFreak
11-12-2008, 08:56 AM
I'll share... I HAVE to have matching underwear and bra's on... if they don't match, I feel uneasy about it, and will eventually change them to match.

srmb60
11-12-2008, 09:14 AM
I was warped and experimented unhealthily to get down to 119 lbs. Mel tried to tell me and I argued with her. I argued with Mel!

Smiling_Sara
11-12-2008, 10:50 AM
Here's another one - The first boy I ever fell in love with turned out to be gay! Of course he didn't know I was madly in love with him, and in my heart of hearts I knew he was gay but didn't want to believe it. He finally came out the end of grade 12. I cried the entire night!
Gay guys attract to me like glue. Always been that way. No idea why.

I fell in love with a gay guy too. He didn't tell me until about 2 yrs ago even. And I've known and loved him for 10 yrs. He's now my best friend.

ETA: He's always really been my best friend, only prev he was my best friend I may end up with one day, now he's just best friend. :)

bargoo
11-12-2008, 11:09 AM
When I was in high school a boyfriend and I broke into a chapel at a cemetary , late at night, in the winter and cold.we didn't do anything destructive, just made out a little, and smoked a couple of cigarettes.I wonder if Stan remembers that.

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 11:38 AM
I tried to pierce my belly button by myself when I was 12. Using a sewing needle. Nothing else. I didn't get far... and it hurt. So no belly button ring.

omg...my ex bf tried doing that to me when i was like 15..only it wasnt my belly button. it was a diff body part. and it hurt sooooooooooooo much!!!

raw23
11-12-2008, 11:45 AM
It's not something that no one knows, but I shaved my head when I was 13. I hated my hair and wanted to start over!

I was married right out of high school, then divorced. I'm secretly scared to death to get married again. I want to be with my guy forever, but the thought of marriage freaks me out. We're Christian and can't just "be together" forever.
Another relationship secret; I feel like my family doesn't take my bf seriously... I've been with him longer than I was with my ex... but since we're not married I feel like they disregard him. His family's a different (better) story, I feel more welcome with them than my own family.

PearFreak
11-12-2008, 12:51 PM
omg...my ex bf tried doing that to me when i was like 15..only it wasnt my belly button. it was a diff body part. and it hurt sooooooooooooo much!!!

Hmmm... I have an idea... but am not sure? ;)

Kim_Star060404
11-12-2008, 01:19 PM
Something nobody here knows about me....


How about that I'm TERRIFIED of elephants. Big ones, little ones, wild, "domesticated"; doesn't matter. They're huge and terrifying. I actually plan zoo trips around how well protected the public is from the elephants and go to the bathroom when the elephants come out at the circus. (Because elephants are too big to get through the bathroom door to kill me, right? :lol:)

alinnell
11-12-2008, 01:30 PM
I'm afraid of butterflies.

kittycat40
11-12-2008, 02:02 PM
Hmmm... I have an idea... but am not sure? ;)

I have a patient in my clinic named CLITORIA. no joke.

Extasee58865
11-12-2008, 02:21 PM
I have a pretty bad one that only about 3 or 4 people know the truth about... I was dating this kid for a little over a year and I got pregnant. I let him think it was his kid, when in actuality I was 99% positive that it was not his. At the time I was using heavy drugs (I was younger, about 21 maybe) and ended up terminating the pregnancy out of fear that I had done damage to the child before I found out I was pregnant. Still to this day he believes it was kid. I feel SUPER BAD because I know it bothers him, but how do I tell him after all this time? This was 5 or 6 years ago.... I'm evil huh? That is a pretty crappy thing to do to someone... :-(

cher37
11-12-2008, 02:29 PM
... I pluck the hairs off my legs w. a tweezer when I'm over-tired ...:fr:

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 02:34 PM
Hmmm... I have an idea... but am not sure? ;)

lol..i guess i can say it. it was one of my nipples...NOT the other area..LMAO

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 02:35 PM
speaking of plucking..i'm obsessed with plucking my eyebrows. i tend to over do it too, and usually end up with un even brows. i seriously think i got this from my mom..cuz she was obsessed with plucking her brows.

kittycat40
11-12-2008, 02:42 PM
lol..i guess i can say it. it was one of my nipples...NOT the other area..LMAO

ohhhhh, very different image. :p

raw23
11-12-2008, 03:00 PM
Yeah, totally wasn't thinking it was a nipple!
We have such dirty minds... :)

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 03:22 PM
LMAO!!!! I'm not even gonna comment on that..HAHA!!

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 03:23 PM
OKay..heres something that only 2 people know about me, lol.

I really really really like the Jonas Brothers..LOL!!



And I like HSM (although, some people might know that, lol)

NightengaleShane
11-12-2008, 03:41 PM
What is HSM? *dumbfounded look*

I secretly like some of the Jonas Brothers' songs, too... especially the song "A Little Bit Longer"... because being a juvenile diabetic (like Nick), it sort of strikes a personal chord with me. Now THAT is definitely something NO ONE knows and I do NOT plan on confessing any liking for the Jonas Brothers any time soon!! I'm too hardcore for that :lol:

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 03:42 PM
High School Musical..lol.

And I love the JB's video for "Love Bug"

alinnell
11-12-2008, 03:43 PM
What is HSM? *dumbfounded look*
I wondered, too. Googled it.

High School Musical

NightengaleShane
11-12-2008, 03:53 PM
I think the Jonas Brothers are all pretty hot, too, though I almost feel like a cradle robber for thinking so! :fr:

Oh. I can't pass a mirror without glancing at my reflection.

Around five years ago, I went to a concert with a friend. This scruffy bum lookin' guy started hitting on me and I blew him off. My friend was shocked and informed me that I just turned down Steven Jenkins from Third Eye Blind :eek: I was SO disappointed in myself.

kittycat40
11-12-2008, 03:54 PM
My friend's child is diabetic. We went to a huge benefit in NYC, which she had organized. The Jonas Brothers played the benefit. This was 2 years ago. My friend was so thrilled with herself for the coup of getting the Jonas Brothers. I had no idea who they were. Little girls were swooning for them. I thought they were too darn loud!!

-grinch, right?

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 04:17 PM
Around five years ago, I went to a concert with a friend. This scruffy bum lookin' guy started hitting on me and I blew him off. My friend was shocked and informed me that I just turned down Steven Jenkins from Third Eye Blind :eek: I was SO disappointed in myself.



Omg..he used to be so hot!! LoL!!





Even though I havent watched it in years..I'm really sad that TRL is ending, lol. I spent ages 12/13-16 watching it every single day, lol.

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 04:22 PM
I used to be a teeny bopper..lol. Those were some of the best years of my life!!! My friend & I saw BSB twice and Nsync, 98* once. LoL!!

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:28 PM
mazza - does anyone ever make Harry Potter remarks about your scar?

I used to get harry potter remarks when I was younger and the scar was more obvious and defined - but time has aged it, and warped it somewhat so that it's no longer a semi - perfect vertical pink line.. more of an inconvenient, slightly diagonal, slope.:lol:
...Now all I get is - "Dude - what happened to your face?":eek:

Mom2QJandT
11-12-2008, 04:29 PM
Mom2QJandT and aphil--Small world. I live near you Mom2 and actually drive my mom there for her Drs. and aphil I go through your area quite often. (drive to the riverboat casino) I live near Anderson...lol.

Something no one here knows about me...well, most everything since I don't post here a lot. But one, I have always wanted to write a novel. And another...I am going to be a great-grandma in April. :)

Way cool, and congrats on the baby-to-be!

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:30 PM
These are all great, everyone - keep sharing!

Mom2QJandT
11-12-2008, 04:31 PM
I'll share... I HAVE to have matching underwear and bra's on... if they don't match, I feel uneasy about it, and will eventually change them to match.

I'm like this too. I HAVE to match, it drives me crazy if I don't.

NightengaleShane
11-12-2008, 04:31 PM
Shopaholic, I was a teeny bopper back then, too! I LOVED boy bands in middle school and got 5th row seats to a BSB concert and 2nd row seats to NSync! I did the cheesy typical teenage girl thing and kissed my posters... :o

During my early teens, I thought I'd always be that unattractive girl with the great personality... until I turned... 15...ish. Then, my visual popularity got to my head and I became quite the conceited witch. I continued being full of myself until I gained 50 pounds.

Now that I've lost those 50 pounds, I'm trying to make sure I never become that person again. MAN was she annoying! :lol:

mazza - "dude what happened to your face"??! People are SO RUDE sometimes! It's sort of like how I have a tall friend (6'7") and in addition to obvious gawking, people also come up to him and say, "DUDE, you're TALL!!!"
I've gotten dirty looks from old and conservative folks because I have facial piercings, but no one has ever said anything derogatory. I DO hear *points to one of my piercings* "Did that hurt??" quite often, though!

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 04:38 PM
You're so lucky to get such great seats. We had nosebleeds for one of the BSB shows and for Nsync. LoL!! But it was still pretty awesome.

I think facial piercings are hot. I'm gonna get something pierced soon. Just cant make up my mind of what I want, lol.

I've been pretty confident with myself, cuz I always had boyfriends tell me I was so sexy and hot. I'm kinda afraid to lose weight because I dont want my butt & boobs to get smaller. Thats pretty shallow huh? I'm afraid my hubby wont find me attractive if I lose those. He loves my booty.

mazza
11-12-2008, 04:39 PM
Shane - You're right! People can be really rude, especially when they aren't good at empathising.
I used to have my lip pierced so I know what you mean about the "Did that hurt?" thing.
What do they expect us to say?:
"WELL ACTUALLY, it felt like warm bunny rabbits and fairies were gently caressing my skin!" :D

Shopaholic1204
11-12-2008, 04:55 PM
I'm addicted to tattoos. I love feeling the needle on my skin. It makes me feel so much better for some reason.

paniania
11-12-2008, 05:46 PM
I pace when I talk on the phone, and you can tell how comfortable I am with the person on the other end by how quickly I'm moving. If it's my mom or dad, I'll wander leisurely; if it's someone I don't really know, I'll practically sprint laps around the living room... and everyone else falls somewhere in between. :lol: My husband hates it and tries to make me sit while I talk

OMG, I do the exact same thing. Except it's not really pacing, it's doing laps around the kitchen table. If I'm on for a really long time I have to reverse direction, otherwise I get dizzy :dizzy:

It used to drive my Mom absolutely nuts when I would do that. Although, I don't remember where I used to wander at my Mom's house - the kitchen table area was not roomy enough for laps. She thought I outgrew it until my husband mentioned how it drives him nuts too :)

Chele615
11-12-2008, 06:09 PM
I am deathly terrified of dogs, due to being bit by one pretty severely when I was six years old.

I don't think it's physically possible for me to scream....and that scares me a bit. I feel that if I tried to scream, I would open my mouth and nothing would come out.

My initials are all the same letter....MMM.

I cry way too easily, especially if I feel put on the spot about something.

EZMONEY
11-12-2008, 09:34 PM
My first 3 girlfriends kissed ME first!....I was so shy!

But I did catch on!

mazza
11-12-2008, 10:55 PM
I've been playing the drums since I was 12 years old.

Athendta
11-12-2008, 11:09 PM
I came from another forum where people are always mean to me. I have no idea why. I changed my name when I joined this forum, so the mean people couldn't find me here. You people are nice though. Sometimes I go back to that OTHER forum and start talking, and invariably get made fun of, and then I remember why I joined this forum to begin with.

chickybird
11-12-2008, 11:14 PM
I have never been able to burp--I've even had friends try to teach me. I'll drink a soda and I'll see myself visibly bloat in about 10 minutes, lol!
The one time I DID burp, I threw up.
I have IBS and my DH swears I'd have way less tummy upset if I could just burp.
How laaaame is that?!?!

Sidheag
11-12-2008, 11:16 PM
What a cool thread!

Lets see, a secret...

I've been manic depressive since I was 11, but didn't start getting help for it until 18. One night I was on the phone with my best friend and I started cutting myself and couldn't stop, it turned into a suicide attempt and just before I made the final cut he asked me: "Are you hurting yourself again?" I was so shocked that he knew that I stopped. He helped me find the courage to get help and 5 years later we're still best friends. I have also since gotten a great deal of help and have now successfully managed my depression for 3 years sans medication.

Funny secret: I think spiders are about the coolest things ever and I love them....but only the big ones. Little spiders freak me out.

Athendta
11-12-2008, 11:18 PM
lol I love spiders too, but I'm the opposite way. Big spiders freak me out, but little spiders are okay. As long as they're not walking on the ceiling above my bed.

mazza
11-12-2008, 11:22 PM
A cockroach fell on my head once when I was sleeping.

Sidheag - That's an inspirational story. Thank you for sharing.

lizziep
11-13-2008, 12:16 AM
i am terrified of ants. seeing ants makes me have to pee and if one is in my house i will freak out.


being alone scares the **** out of me. i have never spent more then a night away from my husband since we moved in together and if he ever goes out late at night for any reason i cannot sleep until he's home.

Thin4Good
11-13-2008, 12:35 AM
I am afraid of cows and squirrels.

I also have a little panic attack every time I have to cross a bridge or go through a tunnel.

Athendta
11-13-2008, 12:36 AM
I'm scared of the dark. Yes, like a little kid. I sleep with a night light. I can't STAND being anywhere in the dark, even when someone is with me sometimes I'm still scared, and if I start thinking about it (which I usually do) I'll end up panicking.

lizziep
11-13-2008, 03:12 AM
Athendta - you are not alone! i can't cross my dark livingroom without a light on. my husband thinks it's hilarious and will sometimes turn off the light & i get very annoyed. used to have to walk home at night- like 3 blocks from work- walked the entire way w/ my pepper spray out and a flashlight. lol. what a dork.

Arthwen1985
11-13-2008, 03:56 AM
Me, I just like to keep nightlights on so I can see where I'm going in the middle of the night. haha

I don't know... I have a couple friends who know everything there is to know about me, including all my fears... which aren't much. I used to have a fear of bridges. Not, like, deathly afraid but just overly cautious of bridges and only because I keep reading about all these bridges and overpasses that collapse and how city bridges are the worse and so on and so forth.

Shopaholic1204
11-13-2008, 11:16 AM
I'm afraid of the dark too. I stopped sleeping with an actual nightlight when I was 12. But last year I got into this habit of sleeping with the tv on when dh was away on deployment.

luvja
11-13-2008, 11:37 AM
I'm terrified of being home alone at night. If I'm in a room I make sure the lights are out, just incase someones outside peaking in, that why they can't see me but I can see them.
This irrational fear only started maybe a year or two ago. No idea why. I'm terrified of peeping toms. Random.

paniania
11-13-2008, 11:42 AM
I had to think about this one for a while because generally I'm a pretty open person, but I did finally come up with a couple of things:


I once ordered $100 worth of Burt's Bees stuff when I was 16 and told my mom that I won it. She is very "frugal" and I knew she wouldn't understand my sort of First Job Celebration. :dance: To this day she has no idea.

I internet chatted for a while with a guy who ended up asking me out. I still lived at home at the time and being no dummy I had him pick me up at home so that my parents could get a good look at him - you know, just in case he turned out to be an axe murderer. My parents still think I met the guy at work.


I have a touch of self-diagnosed OCD. My husband jokingly calls me "Sleeping with the Enemy" when it kicks into overdrive. Examples: The towels have to be aligned a certain way, folded laundry has to be a certain way (otherwise I refold it), my spice rack is alphabetized, and my wardrobes are divided seasonally and sorted according to color. I am one strange cookie! :cookie:

Athendta
11-13-2008, 12:21 PM
I met both my first real boyfriend and my husband on the internet, in forums.

Shopaholic1204
11-13-2008, 01:29 PM
This one is really kind of bad.

When I was 16..I was tired of being a virgin, so I met this guy online..and after talking to him for a few months, invited him over so we could do it. I ended up changing my mind..and the guy ended up stalking me. It was pretty scary. It was probably the stupidest thing I've ever done.

raw23
11-13-2008, 01:41 PM
I scare myslef. Several times daily. I'll start thinking of something... maybe a show I watched recently or maybe I'll just think about something... and then my mind goes nuts! I imagine some scarry thing happening to me or someone I know. I could be a completely harmless thought but then my mind takes it and turns in into something terrifying.

Athendta
11-13-2008, 01:52 PM
Something kinda like that happens to me. Someone will mention something... usually some scary scene in a movie, and then my mind obsesses over it, remember that and other scary things, and I end up scaring the crap out of myself.

Such as... someone mention a particular scene in Pet Semetary one day, and for the next few nights I couldn't stand next to my bed... run and JUMP into bed lol.

Shopaholic1204
11-13-2008, 01:53 PM
Something kinda like that happens to me. Someone will mention something... usually some scary scene in a movie, and then my mind obsesses over it, remember that and other scary things, and I end up scaring the crap out of myself.

Such as... someone mention a particular scene in Pet Semetary one day, and for the next few nights I couldn't stand next to my bed... run and JUMP into bed lol.

LOL!!! I do that too!! And I did that after I saw Pet Semetary!!!

raw23
11-13-2008, 03:01 PM
Haha... one time I was doing that but I missed my bed! I ran, jumped, and landed flat on my face on the ground!!

JulieJ08
11-13-2008, 03:05 PM
I once ordered $100 worth of Burt's Bees stuff when I was 16 and told my mom that I won it. She is very "frugal" and I knew she wouldn't understand my sort of First Job Celebration. :dance: To this day she has no idea.

For some reason, this really makes me smile. :)

Makes me want to treat myself to some fun stuff.

Athendta
11-13-2008, 04:12 PM
Haha... one time I was doing that but I missed my bed! I ran, jumped, and landed flat on my face on the ground!!

Hey, at least you got to see that there was nothing under your bed. :D

PearFreak
11-13-2008, 04:32 PM
I'm like this too. I HAVE to match, it drives me crazy if I don't.

Glad I am not the only Matching Lady on here. :D

PearFreak
11-13-2008, 04:36 PM
Ok, I guess I can share another one... I can't bring myself to eating leftovers if they are older then a day left over. I cringe when I hear my friends tell me that they made something like on a Monday and ate it again on a Thursday or Friday. *shudder* I could only eat it on that Tuesday, any other day afterwards is a no-no.

aphil
11-13-2008, 05:21 PM
Ok, I guess I can share another one... I can't bring myself to eating leftovers if they are older then a day left over. I cringe when I hear my friends tell me that they made something like on a Monday and ate it again on a Thursday or Friday. *shudder* I could only eat it on that Tuesday, any other day afterwards is a no-no.

No-that is NORMAL. :) Any main dish, that contains meat especially, should only be kept for 48 hours after it was made...and it should be refrigerated within 2 hours of being cooked. The only way you should make it on Monday and eat it on Friday is if it has been thrown in the freezer inbetween.

It's called FOOD SAFETY.

Obviously, things like cake/cookies/breads etc. can be kept longer if sealed in Tupperware or Rubbermaid or something like that.

Kofarq
11-13-2008, 07:00 PM
I have written two novels, and have another one in my head. I'm afraid to send them out to an agent or a publisher because I'm afraid they won't like them. I haven't told my friends or family for the same reason. I hide them in the bottom of the freezer in case there's a fire.

Beautiful Ace
11-13-2008, 07:04 PM
When somebody rubs me the wrong way, I LITERALLY bite my tongue to prevent myself from saying anything out of anger.

I have hair on my toes and shave it and am absolutely embarrassed and weirder out about it. (does anybody else have hair on their toes?)

hmm, I absolutely can't stand the sound of somebody eating, even if they're eating with their mouth closed and not abnoxiously, it makes me want to stab people with rusty spoons.

KateRN
11-13-2008, 07:41 PM
i also met people online and tried to hide it from my family when i was young. in several cases, i am surprised i did not die because of how simply stupid i was being.

one time, i was living in san fran and decided to meet someone off the internet who was an ex-cage fighter turned bounty hunter. i wanted to say i got a date with a bounty hunter. when he showed up (yes, i gave him my address) he turned out to be about 15 years older than stated, covered in white power and prison tatts, and was actually an ex con who gave me a fake name, dealt only in cash, had no actual address (lived in a trailer in a friends mom's horse pasture), and would go on random rants... - however - all of that aside - he was the most mannerly person i've ever spent an evening with and no, i did *not* see him again.

lets see... what else... i decided to try being an escort once because i didnt fully understand all that was involved. i honestly believed the agency when they told me it was dinner dates and companionship. - apparently - its not!!! and i left running to the body guard driver guy as soon as things turned in a way i wasnt expecting. he laughed at me and drove me home. sometimes, im far too naive.

lets see.. what else... i firmly believe my pets save my sanity. having something depend on me gives me a focus i would not have otherwise.

junebug41
11-13-2008, 07:45 PM
lets see... what else... i decided to try being an escort once because i didnt fully understand all that was involved. i honestly believed the agency when they told me it was dinner dates and companionship. - apparently - its not!!! and i left running to the body guard driver guy as soon as things turned in a way i wasnt expecting. he laughed at me and drove me home. sometimes, im far too naive.

:lol: I had a good friend in high school who during our senior year, thought this would be a great idea. Since we grew up near Aspen, she had grand visions of celebrities and money just for going out to dinner with someone.

She went to meet with the lady who ran the company and had herself a big wake-up call.

junebug41
11-13-2008, 07:46 PM
hmm, I absolutely can't stand the sound of somebody eating, even if they're eating with their mouth closed and not abnoxiously, it makes me want to stab people with rusty spoons.

ME EITHER.

This drives me innnnsane. Especially cold cereal. I know people who I refuse to eat with because they simply make too much noise and it makes my skin crawl. What, is your mouth too small to close all the way??

walking2lose
11-13-2008, 07:59 PM
People who chew and crunch ice... it should be banned in public. It's like nails on a chalkboard to me. My mom didn't allow us to do it when little (bad for our teeth, she claimed), so when I got out into the world and co-workers and friends were chomping ice left and right, well, I just can't stand it!!!! I don't say anything because I guess they have a right to crunch, but I sometimes have to leave the room.

And, I shave my toes, well, just my big toe. I get pedi's with a friend from time to time, and she has the hairiest toes and feet. I always wondered why she didn't think to shave.

As far as I go... most people who know me would be surprised that I am an inner recluse or hermit. I'm very talkative and outgoing when I'm around people, but I really need a lot of time to myself to stay sane. I think most people don't know that about me!

JulieJ08
11-13-2008, 08:21 PM
I have hair on my toes and shave it and am absolutely embarrassed and weirder out about it. (does anybody else have hair on their toes?)

yes

mandalinn82
11-13-2008, 08:33 PM
I have toe hair too. Always so embarrassing to go to get a pedicure and realize that it hasn't been groomed recently..

Beautiful Ace
11-13-2008, 08:38 PM
I thought I was alone on the toe hair thing. Thank god I'm not. ahaha I'm thinking about getting lazic hair removal for it.

Maddie89
11-13-2008, 08:42 PM
Cool thread!
One, of the many things, that no one knows about me....If I'm going to do something, big or small, I will miticulously plan every detail in my head. It sounds OCDish but I dunno.
I'll give you an example incase I'm explaining it badly. Like if I'm sitting down watching TV and I need to clean something up I will run it in my head before I actually get up.

Anyway I think its very strange!

PhotoChick
11-13-2008, 08:49 PM
I wax my big toes. ;)
I also think Anderson Cooper is a total hottie - I don't care that he's gay.

Other things:
I never had a cavity until I was 40
I've never broken a bone
I've never had stitches
I can recite the first stanza of the Canterbury Tales in Old English
I'm poly

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Digging Deep
11-13-2008, 08:49 PM
When somebody rubs me the wrong way, I LITERALLY bite my tongue to prevent myself from saying anything out of anger.

I have hair on my toes and shave it and am absolutely embarrassed and weirder out about it. (does anybody else have hair on their toes?)

hmm, I absolutely can't stand the sound of somebody eating, even if they're eating with their mouth closed and not abnoxiously, it makes me want to stab people with rusty spoons.

I totally have toe hair too and I also shave it off because I think that it is weird a gross. You are not alone!!! :)

Schumeany
11-13-2008, 09:17 PM
I can bend my pinkie so that the fingertip touches my palm without having to bend my ring finger at all -- so when I count on my fingers, I start with my thumb as "one", index finger and thumb as "two"...and by the time I get to "four" I only have the pinkie still down.

mandalinn82
11-13-2008, 09:36 PM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.

junebug41
11-13-2008, 09:39 PM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.

:rofl:

I've been job hunting and I interview myself while I'm cleaning....

And watching tv...


And going to the bathroom.

kittycat40
11-13-2008, 09:42 PM
Haha... one time I was doing that but I missed my bed! I ran, jumped, and landed flat on my face on the ground!!

:lol:

kittycat40
11-13-2008, 09:48 PM
A cockroach fell on my head once when I was sleeping.

Sidheag - That's an inspirational story. Thank you for sharing.

I woke up to find cockaroaches crawling on me :yikes: :fr:
I never slept in that apartment again. I moved in with my boyfriend who then became my husband :)

DRose
11-13-2008, 10:06 PM
I have a small crush on my boyfriend's older brother :o

Nancy7189
11-13-2008, 10:34 PM
This post is great! It was fun to read.
When I come home I am always scared that I will find my house on fire. Strange huh? I don't know why. I always leave the door unlocked because my dog is inside and I would want someone to go in and save him if the house was on fire.
And I have a crush on the guy at the gym. He is HOT! Which helps me workout harder and get to the gym.

Beautiful Ace
11-13-2008, 10:37 PM
I always have day dreams while I'm in the car and nobody is talking. They're always really brutal and I always want to cry, even though I know it's not real. Usually the daydream consists of a big accident and the driver is badly injured but I'm ok. They usually end there because I start counting to get rid of the thought.

KateRN
11-13-2008, 11:02 PM
if given the oppurtunity, i talk to myself constantly. esp if there is a mirror in front of me. i will talk out anything and everything to my reflection.

just keep swimming
11-13-2008, 11:52 PM
Ooh, this is an interesting thread! I talk to myself a LOT. Also, sing along to the radio/CD/whatever in the car, and then sometimes if someone sees me doing it, I pretend to be talking on the phone.

Also, Anderson Cooper? Yum.

And I saw 'NSync twice, and 98 Degrees with Jessica Simpson (although in my defense, that one was free).

Oh, I think the most awkward thing ever is when you are walking down a hallway at work or down the sidewalk or something, and you see someone you kind of know, like a casual acquaintance, and you just like awkwardly look at each other (or try not to), and the whole time you're thinking what you're going to say when you actually get close enough to talk to them. Anyone else do this? I feel like it happens to me all the time, and those moments always seem to last FOREVER, and I make them WAY more awkward than they need to be.

Beautiful Ace
11-14-2008, 12:04 AM
I always just smile. I don't feel the need to really say anything unless they do first. A smile is safe, if it's intrusive, and If they don't remember you, they just think you're really nice, or crazy:)

KateRN
11-14-2008, 12:05 AM
Oh, I think the most awkward thing ever is when you are walking down a hallway at work or down the sidewalk or something, and you see someone you kind of know, like a casual acquaintance, and you just like awkwardly look at each other (or try not to), and the whole time you're thinking what you're going to say when you actually get close enough to talk to them. Anyone else do this? I feel like it happens to me all the time, and those moments always seem to last FOREVER, and I make them WAY more awkward than they need to be.

what i hate is when someone you are an acquaintance with is down the hall or whatever - and they wave, and you wave back - only to realize they are totally waving at someone else and NOT to you!

Beautiful Ace
11-14-2008, 12:11 AM
Ahahaha kate, that's horrible. One time when I was at this carnival, I was proabably around 15 then, I saw this girl who looked exactly like this girl i used to know, i went walking towards her with open arms, got really close, and when she looked at me funny i realized it totally wasnt her. LOL

jimaterry
11-14-2008, 12:53 AM
I pick things up off the floor with my toes..not cause im fat... been doing it since i was a teen..just lazy lol...

if i bump into furniture walking past or something i say 'excuse me', or 'pardon me' lol... then feel like an idiot.. but mom did drill manners when i was young lol

mazza
11-14-2008, 01:28 AM
I found a $50 note on the ground late last year.

I kept it.

mazza
11-14-2008, 01:31 AM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.

:lol:

I'm pretty sure this is the kind of thing everyone does but only people with guts own up to.

DRose
11-14-2008, 01:56 AM
Another thing, whenever I have a male grad student teach one of my classes I end up having a crush on him. Even now, I hated my new teacher for the first 6 weeks, he isn't even good looking. But I can tell I'm developing a crush :o

DRose
11-14-2008, 02:00 AM
When somebody rubs me the wrong way, I LITERALLY bite my tongue to prevent myself from saying anything out of anger.

I have hair on my toes and shave it and am absolutely embarrassed and weirder out about it. (does anybody else have hair on their toes?)

hmm, I absolutely can't stand the sound of somebody eating, even if they're eating with their mouth closed and not abnoxiously, it makes me want to stab people with rusty spoons.


I have hair on my toes too!!

AND I really hate the sound of people eating. My roommate last year was terrible, I had to start putting on headphones whenever she would bring something in to eat.

mazza
11-14-2008, 02:12 AM
I pick things up off the floor with my toes..not cause im fat...

Me too!! It's really convenient.

...if i bump into furniture walking past or something i say 'excuse me', or 'pardon me' lol... then feel like an idiot..

:lol: SAME HERE! I thought I was the only one! I usually say "sorry, mate" - or immediately go to touch the furniture as if it were a person I've just bumped into and I am consoling.

sweet_talker
11-14-2008, 12:49 PM
I don't pretend to be in a cooking show, but I do BLARE oldies music while cooking/baking and no one else is home. It gets me in the mood. Especially motown.

I talk to inanimate objects all the time, regardless of whether I've bumped into them or not. I was fighting to get a box of waffles closed in my freezer and said to the box "you know, your only purpose is to be a box! You're supposed to close and open when I want you to, and you don't -- you're a very poor box." Or when I can't find something I'll pretend to be a detective on the case for them. uhhh......

Beautiful Ace
11-14-2008, 12:56 PM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.

If you're interested in actually starting your own cooking show, there's a website called www.stickam.com, like a lot of cam websites, there's a bunch of pervs, but if you ignore them, you can just cook on cam with a mic, hosting your own show. lol Just sayin:)

Sidheag
11-14-2008, 01:05 PM
Mazza: thank you for your kind words, this site is one of the few places I feel comfortable sharing that.

I don't talk to myself...out loud. I converse with myself and other people ALL the time...but only in my head.

Until I was about 5 I honestly thought that I was a dog. I was an only child and my two constant companions were our foxhound mix Baxter and our poodle/terrier mix sweet pea. I basically modeled all my behavior off of them to the extent that I'd eat and drink from their dishes with them, share their rawhide chews with them, and sleep in their baskets with them. Of course my family tried to stop me but I was having none of it. One of the saddest moments of my life was when the three of us were wandering around the house and I realized how different our movements were and how differently we were shaped. That was the day I realized I wasn't a dog.

LOL how's that for weird?

mazza
11-14-2008, 03:41 PM
I was fighting to get a box of waffles closed in my freezer and said to the box "you know, your only purpose is to be a box! You're supposed to close and open when I want you to, and you don't -- you're a very poor box."
:lol:

mazza
11-15-2008, 12:39 AM
I like drinking soy sauce out of the bottle.

lilybelle
11-15-2008, 02:23 PM
When I see a dead animal in the street, I always imagine how it would look up jumping and frolicking with it's family.

When I worked as a nurse and would see an elderly person pass away, I'd always remember that once they were young and vibrant and full of love.

K-boogie
11-17-2008, 11:26 AM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.

LOL!!! OMG I do the same thing that's funny!

PearFreak
11-17-2008, 03:11 PM
I never cut my own hair--- until a few weeks ago. Twice actually. I am not talking about a simple tri... I am talking about a whole new style. Did it on a whim. The second time, was to make the layers more defined. I might add that it looks pretty darn cute. Dh thinks so too.

Moonlight Mistress
11-18-2008, 05:48 PM
when i was 11 i wrote an entire novel during the summer - i worked on it every day and night and thought it was so awesome. it was like 250 pages long.

my dad deleted it by accident.


I'm so sorry...but this made me literally laugh out loud. Only because this sounds just like something that would have happened to me...I have such horrible luck. What was the novel about? Did you ever go back and try to write it again?

My God, that sucks!!!

JulieJ08
11-18-2008, 09:00 PM
when i was 11 i wrote an entire novel during the summer - i worked on it every day and night and thought it was so awesome. it was like 250 pages long.

my dad deleted it by accident.

LOL. My dad could not have deleted anything I wrote when I was 11. Threw it out maybe. Deleted, no :o.

sweetnsassyfied
11-19-2008, 03:42 AM
I am one of the few people I know who can actually *Quirk a brow* !! :D I can do both brows seperately of each other. Making them bebop or dance upon my forehead. :lol:

I learned it by watching Spock on the original Star Trek reruns. I thought it was the neatest thing ever when he gave Kirk "The Look". I had to mimic it!! :lol3:

Iconised Ghost
11-19-2008, 04:13 AM
i've had hallucinations, both auditory and visual- without the aid of drugs. And schizophrenia runs in the family :dizzy:

aphil
11-19-2008, 08:05 AM
I am slowly trying to learn the Greek language-I am currently working on learning their alphabet (upper and lowercase) and some general phrases. I hope to be able to speak it fluently in a few years.

My motivation? I would like to be able to secretly understand what is being said when my boss and his wife mutter to each other at work...

:rofl:

mayness
11-19-2008, 08:28 AM
I like to practice other languages while I'm in the shower... which for me is just Spanish and American Sign Language.

I love this thread... I also have to shave or wax my toes... and I use them to pick things up all the time. My husband thinks it's crazy, he had never seen someone do it before... I'll even throw things with my feet, like if I need to toss a sock from the floor into the hamper, I'll pick it up with my toes and throw it in.

Oh, and the scary meeting people online thing, done that too... me and a friend met all kinds of "friends" online when we were like 12-14. Our parents knew about some of them (we let them talk to them on the phone first) but there were plenty of times we went to the mall "just to shop" to meet someone from the internet. *shudder*

aphil
11-19-2008, 09:13 AM
I like to practice other languages while I'm in the shower... which for me is just Spanish and American Sign Language.

I know a little sign language (teaching it to my kids, too) and I took a few years of French, and I retained a lot of it...however, I am finding Greek much more difficult, because of the totally different alphabet...it makes learning French, at least in my case, seem kindergarten level. :lol:

PearFreak
11-19-2008, 02:12 PM
I am a chocoholic... but a picky one at that.... it can't be the cheap plain bars of chocolate you get at store... has to be from one of those specialty stores... *snob, I know*

grneyedmustang
11-19-2008, 02:52 PM
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud. LOL, I do this too. It's because I want my own cooking show one day. :^:

Here's a few of mine:

I love the ellipsis...I don't know why. I guarantee you I'll probably use it before I end this post. I use it WAAAAAY too much in my writing...and probably not the correct way either. Oops, there I go again...

I am always the loudest among any of my friends. I guess I'm the kid who didn't learn how to use their inside voice.

I played basketball in high school, and I had a pair of shoes that was too big. One day, during a game, one of them fell off and the ref called a time out so I could go put it on. For the rest of the school year, I was known throughout the county as "the girl who's shoe fell off in the middle of a game".

My initials are PMS, and my name means "small" in Latin...go figure. I tell all the men I work with my initials so they know to leave me alone...:devil:

Lastly, I think I talk too much. And I think Anderson Cooper is gorgeous, even if he is gay.

meldogml84
11-19-2008, 03:15 PM
Ok I will deny if anyone ever asks me but I want my BF to propose to me. NO ONE and I mean NO ONE knows that!!!!!!

We have been together 4 years this april~ Hoping April brings the ultimate question!!!!

Moonlight Mistress
11-19-2008, 03:20 PM
When ever I hear people talking low, whispering, or laughing nearby I automatically assume they are taking/laughing about me. I think this comes from being picked on at a new school when I was 12-13. That was an awful year and I ended up moving in with my grandma so that I could go back to my old school where I had tons of friends.

I also day dream a lot, especially when I'm driving. And I don't mean regular boring day dreams...I'm talking about elaborate well planned out dreams where I'm a famous movie star. I dream about the movies/TV shows I would star in, my co-stars (My current one is that "Moonlight" is back on the air and I'm playing Mick St. John's sister Olivia St. John...and that I'm staring in the movie version of "The Host"). Like I said, I have these daydreams so mapped out that it would take me hours to explain, so I'll spare you. Also, I always look great in my day dreams. I'm skinny and my hair is always perfect and I'm always dressed cute, blah blah blah. Does this make me shallow or stuck up? I don't like to think so because deep down, don't we all have this general fantasy?
Wow, that was embarrassing to admit.

Also, I love to read more than anything in the world and one of my dreams is to write a novel, but I have terrible grammar/spelling and writing skills in general. I guess it just wasn't meant to be. *sighs*


I probably have lots more that just aren't coming to mind...
I'll post them when they come to me...haha

Ufi
11-19-2008, 03:33 PM
I have terrible eyesight. When I was in college, I went on a trip with a group of friends. The hotel had a hot tub and a pool. My glasses were getting steamed up in the hot tub, so I took them off and took a dip in the pool to cool off. I went to get back in the hot tub and started talking to the guy I'd been talking to. However, I didn't know that he had gotten out and a different guy, who had a similar build and dark mustache, had gotten in. I talked to this stranger for a long time until he answered and I realized it wasn't my friend. I was mortified and now make it a point to always have my glasses near.

CandyKisses0204
11-20-2008, 03:14 PM
The last time my mom hugged me i cried. This was 3 years ago.
Every time i hear my mom and my step-sister get off the phone and she says I love you it kills me inside because i can never remember her ever telling me that she loved me. Everything i do i do it to please her because i just want to know what its like to be loved unconditionally. I just wish i could say this to her

JulieJ08
11-20-2008, 03:31 PM
CandyKisses0204 :hug:

dizzybizzy5
11-20-2008, 03:45 PM
My ex husband went into hiding to try to avoid creditors and I started getting his "bills" mailed to my address. So...I got fed up one day and called ALL OF THEM....and told them where he lived. :) yes, I hold grudges.

junebug41
11-20-2008, 04:11 PM
Everyone knows how miserable I am at the moment because I am unemployed. I have applied for over 40 jobs and have been called twice. I can't even watch the news because everyday more companies lay off employees and it scares me to death.

No one knows *truly* miserable and afraid I am and how low I feel when they complain about their jobs and say how they wish they would be laid off. My best friend in particular is the worst offender and I want to scream at her for being an ungrateful, self involved brat.

shantroy
11-20-2008, 05:25 PM
Utterly Absurd, I have similar day dreams too. They would take hours to explain to anyone. I usually spend most of my time envisioning the perfect outfitt to wear while said imaginary senario is taking place.

I'm in no hurry to get marrie to my bf, but I spend tons of my free time searching wedding websites and lurking on wedding blogs. I not ready for marriage, but I really really want to plan my wedding. My bf does not know this b/c it would send him running for the hills. But I have tons and tons of wedding related bookmarks. Everything from dresses, to locations to photographers, cakes you get the picture!

I hate having people over to my condo, b/c is really nice and my parents are paying a large chunk of my mortage. I continually feel guilty about this. Even though, I didn't particularly want the condo b/c it was too expensive. (not that I don't love it, I really, really do) My parents decided that it was a better investment than the one I wanted.

I am also one hairy, hairy girl. I have hair on my toes and my fingers. I'm constantly waxing and am in the process of some serious laser hair removal.

aphil
11-20-2008, 06:03 PM
The last time my mom hugged me i cried. This was 3 years ago.
Every time i hear my mom and my step-sister get off the phone and she says I love you it kills me inside because i can never remember her ever telling me that she loved me. Everything i do i do it to please her because i just want to know what its like to be loved unconditionally. I just wish i could say this to her


CandyKisses-I went through this same thing with my grandmother, now deceased. She loved my female cousin...but never paid me any attention, gave me affection, etc. I only remember once in my life her telling me that she loved me...and I was 22 years old. Even with her gone, I am still down here trying to gain her love. I even named my son after her...I know exactly what you are feeling, sweetheart. :hug:

NightengaleShane
11-20-2008, 09:42 PM
:hug: to Candykisses :hug:

junebug - I think your friends are probably just being self absorbed and have no idea that they are making you feel so low. Perhaps you should tactfully remind them of your unemployment situation. If they still don't get it, tell 'em point blank that their job complaints are bothering you and that they don't have any idea HOW lucky they ARE to even HAVE a job... ESPECIALLY during these times when everyone is getting laid off and finding a job is near impossible! Best of luck to you, though :hug:

NightengaleShane
11-20-2008, 09:52 PM
More random facts...
Despite being very outgoing, I am more of a listener than a talker. I usually end up knowing more about other people's lives than they know about mine. And despite being relatively open and shameless, there are parts of my life that I rarely disclose to anyone. I really, really hate people's sympathy and pity. Therefore, I have a tendency to downplay many situations or make comic relief out of them.

I have strong opinions about the music I listen to. I like rock the best, followed by country. Whether I will like anything else is a mixed bag and depends on the song. I figured that might come as a surprise to anyone here earlier who saw my admission to liking a few Jonas Brothers songs :lol:

Sometimes, I get really tired at night and skip showering :o

I'm afraid of the dark, too.

SarahD
11-20-2008, 10:03 PM
I could throw down a pint of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and still want more!

NightengaleShane
11-20-2008, 10:04 PM
:lol: Sarah, me too!

Infact, one time, back in my skinny days (ironically!), I did just that!

SarahD
11-20-2008, 10:12 PM
HMMMM....
I always wonder if there were no such thing as ice cream how skinny I would be!!
Its THAT bad!

PearFreak
11-20-2008, 10:38 PM
My ex husband went into hiding to try to avoid creditors and I started getting his "bills" mailed to my address. So...I got fed up one day and called ALL OF THEM....and told them where he lived. :) yes, I hold grudges.

Good For You!!!

I've done similar to an ex of mine... It felt sooooo good!! Just thinking about it now, makes me smile. Hehehe!!!

EZMONEY
11-20-2008, 11:56 PM
I could throw down a pint of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and still want more!

13 years ago CHERRY GARCIA visited me nightly to the tune of 10 extra pounds....had to kick him to the curb!!

flaminjo
11-21-2008, 02:02 AM
ha ha! i like this thread, i actually took my dad's shaving razor when i was 13 and shaved off my hands and legs, as i wanted to look like a lady! no body knows about ti!

mazza
11-21-2008, 10:16 AM
I love the smell of petrol. LOVE IT.

EDIT: please note; I am not a petrol sniffer, and since I don't drive a car - I hardly smell the stuff anyways... :)

...phew.

mazza
11-21-2008, 10:20 AM
Sometimes, I get really tired at night and skip showering :o
Me too!

I'm afraid of the dark, too.
SAME! It's my biggest 'fear'. Well, of the tangible world anyway.

grneyedmustang
11-21-2008, 10:34 AM
I could throw down a pint of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and still want more!

Ben, Jerry, and I had a very very close relationship for many years. We spent many a Saturday night together. :drool: I'm trying to leave them now, but they just keep sticking around (my midsection, that is). :D

4star
11-21-2008, 10:55 AM
Ha... relationship experience... that's another thing - I am far less sexually experienced than most people assume :o :lol: And despite my "alternative" appearance, I'm really somewhat "vanilla"

mazza - my dad laughed and my mom freaked out, then proceeded to cut little snippets from the hair on my head and precisely glued it to where my eyebrows previously were!



That is the funniest thing I have read in a long while! LOL! I can totally see a mom trying to do that while freaking out! Wonder why she didn't go for the eyeliner pencil, shock maybe? :lol::lol:

purpleorc
11-21-2008, 10:55 AM
I was 5 years old at the time and took a pair of scissors to my hair and was chopping merrily away much to the horror of my Mum. At that age I thought it grew back immediately. The worse thing it was my school photograph the next day. So here is me my first school photograph supporting a crew cut as that was the only thing that could be done to my hair after my scissor happy session. Needless to say not many people have ever seen that photograph as I look so like a little lad in that one :o

sweet_talker
11-21-2008, 01:37 PM
Despite being very outgoing, I am more of a listener than a talker. I usually end up knowing more about other people's lives than they know about mine. And despite being relatively open and shameless, there are parts of my life that I rarely disclose to anyone.


Me too!!

KateRN
11-21-2008, 07:41 PM
i was homeschooled from 2nd grade until graduation. but i'm one of the few whose parents did not do it for religious or political reasons.

however,

in the 1st grade, i went to school. it was picture day. i snuck a barbie bright blue hair clip in my back pack and before the picture clipped it into my hair and hung it in front of my face. I never told anyone about my streak of blue hair until the photos came back and my family was shocked! :) i still have no idea why the school photographer let me get away with that....

Moonlight Mistress
11-24-2008, 02:29 PM
i was homeschooled from 2nd grade until graduation. but i'm one of the few whose parents did not do it for religious or political reasons.

however,

in the 1st grade, i went to school. it was picture day. i snuck a barbie bright blue hair clip in my back pack and before the picture clipped it into my hair and hung it in front of my face. I never told anyone about my streak of blue hair until the photos came back and my family was shocked! :) i still have no idea why the school photographer let me get away with that....

Oh my gosh, that's the cutest thing ever! My mom would have been upset with me as well, but if my little girl does something like that, I'll still think it's cute...haha

nelie
11-24-2008, 03:01 PM
I'm pretty open and I'll tell stories about myself even from when I was young.

Here are 2 stories that I probably haven't told much although my husband knows both...

I've always had male friends and few female friends, even when I was very young. I think I was in the 4th grade one day and talking to some guy friends and they started daring eachother about stapling their finger. I said lets all do it, I'll go first. So I walk up to the teachers desk, stick my finger under her stapler and stapled. I think I screamed but the poor teacher was horrified and the boys were horrified. I was mad that they didn't do it after me though.

Another thing is that although I've kissed very few people in my life, some of them have been girls. I actually think its a big deal to kiss a guy but not really a girl, at least for me because I'm not sexually attracted to women. Anyway, once in college I was kissed by a girl in a friendly way and then a few years ago I was hanging out with a few girls and I don't know what got into us but one girl started it. Although it was fun just to be goofy, it is kind of strange to kiss someone and not feel anything as opposed to what it feels like to kiss someone I'm attracted to.

Elwing
11-25-2008, 10:27 AM
I can't believe I only found out about this thread now!

I talk to myself. A LOT. When I'm cycling you can hear me mutter phrases like "Now I'm going to the supermarket... next alley to the left. And I'll buy bread and milk and.. oh, I also need some vegetables..." yeah, it's not like what I say is really interesting :).

I dance in front of the mirror and do some kind of play back show on the music I happen to have on. Also, I sing out loud with mp3 players on. There must be people who know that (for example, those who pass me by while I'm doing it). It's probably horribly out of tune but I can't really be bothered. When I have music I want to sing!

I-don't-know-how-many pages ago someone said they sometimes keep thinking of shameful things in the past, and just keep cringing. Well, I have that too! It's really irritating :).

Gross body habits... I pick my nose. And I'm a pretty compulsive skin picker. It's really stress relief for me. My skin would probably look a lot better if I just stopped picking at it. I do it on my face, but even more on my shoulders, upper arms and the part of my back that I can reach. I even do it on boyfriends if they don't stop me :D. It's just such a satisfying activity.

luvmyinnerdemon
11-26-2008, 03:17 AM
ooh i just got caught up and that was fun!

hmm secrets about me- i also have hair on my toes, and feel as though my mother loves my step-bro and step-sister more than me.

another one thats just me- I have an intense fear of snakes but am so facinated by them, me and two of my cousins almost set my uncles camp on fire, but we put it out, there were smoke stains and the cabinets over the stove's stain was bubbled but my aunt and uncle never noticed, at one point in my relationship there was another guy that liked me and i had to choose pretty much and i constantly think about what would have been had i made a diffrent choice

tamaralynn
11-26-2008, 08:54 AM
I have lots of pets

4 cockatiels, 2 budgies, a cat, a bearded dragon and about 20 fish - all in a 3 bedroom townhouse ;)

srmb60
11-26-2008, 09:00 AM
I am a praise junkie. My husband has it figured out and I'm sure my children know. Folks I've known for a while probably have it figured out too.

Seriously ... with me ... flattery will get you almost anywhere.

luvmyinnerdemon
11-26-2008, 12:55 PM
ooh another one about me, i get excited about the simpliest things, my mom came out to visit me and bought me a new pair of converse and i thanked her million times and kept talking about how much i loved them the whole time she was here

owlmonkey
11-26-2008, 03:03 PM
I was vegetarian until I was 3. I refused to eat any type of meat. Too bad the first time it was bologna! :P

EZMONEY
11-26-2008, 08:51 PM
When I was much younger....and she too...I had a crush on Blythe Danner

SUSAN I just love-love the way you swoon to Barry

srmb60
11-26-2008, 09:01 PM
Barry is NOT my favourite! If I've told you once Gary ....:nono:

I asked for :joker:bereavement:joker: when Maurice died. Which I thought was funny until I met a guy who took three days off when John Lennon was shot.

EZMONEY
11-26-2008, 09:03 PM
just seeing if you were paying attention!

mazza
11-26-2008, 09:27 PM
Seriously ... with me ... flattery will get you almost anywhere.

Same here. It's a weakness of mine. I've been talked into doing stupid things after having had someone flatter me. I'm better now, but still...

sweet_talker
11-27-2008, 11:26 AM
I only like compliments from certain people.

mazza
01-10-2009, 08:28 PM
Me too. Other times it can make me uncomfortable.

TIARA
10-19-2009, 02:29 AM
im a huge twilight fan... lol absolutly love it..

TIARA
10-19-2009, 02:34 AM
Originally Posted by mandalinn82
When I'm alone and baking (sometimes cooking, but mostly baking) I have a running cooking show dialog in my head. If no one is home, sometimes the commentary is out loud.
lol i do this too.. one day i got caught by my brother(scared me half to death) and he still teases me to this day lol...

sweettooth
10-24-2009, 02:05 AM
I hate reeses pieces and any candy with peanut butter.
I am 24 and I have only had 1 bf, he is also the only guy I ever kissed.
I have never worn a bikini in my life

funnycanadiangirl
10-24-2009, 07:56 PM
However, I'm doing my best to dredge up something. Well, I have a thing for Anderson Cooper, the CNN Anchor. It adds a whole new dimension to watching the news

Oh honey, you and me both. I have such a huge crush on him. I read his book and it just made it worse!!! But that's not a secret. I think everyone in my life knows about my love for that silver fox!

What don't people know about me.... I secretly watch Gossip Girl. I hate it. But I am completely addicted.

Aclai4067
10-24-2009, 08:34 PM
Sometimes I narrate my life in my head, especially if I've been reading a lot lately.

I have wildly elaborate fantasies. These aren't just simple "I wish I could sing" type fanatasies. They're storylines of entire alternate lives that I've been developing for years.

bubblinb728
10-24-2009, 10:28 PM
I'm an emotional eater....I just discovered it. They say awareness is half he battle so I'm working on it.

Ma Petite
10-25-2009, 06:26 PM
Sometimes I narrate my life in my head, especially if I've been reading a lot lately.

I have wildly elaborate fantasies. These aren't just simple "I wish I could sing" type fanatasies. They're storylines of entire alternate lives that I've been developing for years.

I absolutely do that too.

I have a made up language that has been in the works since I was 5. It is fully functional, has its own grammar, and is entirely original. I have shown it to absolutely no one. I would like to eventually use it to encrypt some of my more private documents. It originally had no purpose other than to rectify my boredom.

Also, something that I keep hidden from most every person in my life is that I struggle a lot with my health. It takes a lot to keep me well, and I never feel "good."

heidiruth
10-25-2009, 08:39 PM
I am not as happy as I seem to be I have learned how to pretend to be happy very well even when I am sad.

Aclai4067
10-25-2009, 10:11 PM
I am not as happy as I seem to be I have learned how to pretend to be happy very well even when I am sad.

I'm with ya on that one. One of my friends recently told me I'm the most confident girl she knows. Are you kidding me? I've got a boatload of crazy in my head. But I learned at an early age to keep it in my head.

angee phalangee
10-27-2009, 10:16 PM
I have an unreal crush on the freecreditreport.com guy. what can i say...curly hair boys and their guitars.

Aclai4067
10-27-2009, 10:19 PM
I have an unreal crush on the freecreditreport.com guy. what can i say...curly hair boys and their guitars.

OMG, thank you. He's totally cute! Although I don't like the rollercoaster one, that song sucks.

Marathon Mom
10-29-2009, 03:01 PM
When I am alone doing chores around my home (ie laundry, emptying the dishwasher, making beds, etc.) I pretend it's a timed competition in my head.

Commentary runs through my head, run from room to room to get it done faster... Good things my neighbors are not close in proximity!