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I have a 3 legged dog. Hes a great pyrenees so hes a big dog. He is missing one of his back legs. When he was around a year old, he got hit by car and it broke that leg. We spent 2 different surgeries and 6 months trying to get it to heal and it wouldn't. So we had to amputate. He is now 3 years old and gets around amazingly. We go to the park pretty regularly so he can get out and exercise in more than just the back yard. People are constantly like "poor baby! thats so sad!" And i try and tell them that he is fine. theres no need for pity. No one listens. Ive had a lot ask why i dont get him a fake leg or a wheelchair. Because hes fine. He has no issues getting around. Hell he even play fights and romps with the other dogs. He sees his vet. He takes things to help with his hips and joints. He eats a healthy diet. He gets treats and bones and toys and socializing. He is a perfecty well rounded dog. Dont tell your kids "yeah you see the 3 legs? hes a special doggy" in a condescending tone. Hes not special. Hes a normal dog. You wouldn't tell your kids that a person missing a limb is special. Youd tell them to treat them like a regular person. So do the same with my dog. Ive had one woman stand over him damn near in tears about his leg. I kept telling her that he was okay. She kept being like "but his leg!!!" and then HE walked away from her. And she straightened up and said "Oh.... I guess he does get around okay." yeah no shit. ive been telling you that for the last 5 minutes. He doesnt need your pity. Now he greatly appreciates your pats and scratches. But he doesnt need pity. Hes just like any other dog.

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  • People like that are the worst!

  • He is special because he survives and fighting life, staying happy. You know like a warrior.

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I wish female furries were real. easily my most viewed porn choice.

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One of my favourite things about living alone is being able to fart whenever I need to without worrying about grossing people out. It's a normal body function, it's healthy, but yeah it can be disgusting for others to hear/smell.

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  • That, and you wouldn't have to put up with another person's bodily functions either. I can never see myself tolerating stuff like, say, sharing a bed with someone, I need to have peace and quiet in my living space.

  • I have one housemate, so while I fart in my own room I wonder if she hears it behind the wall and is grossed out.

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I love watching guys free ball I also have a fetish for jockstraps

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I feel so stupid because of this but I always feel watched. At home, in the woods, in the streets, I feel like there might be hidden cameras everywhere because of what I've heard of mass surveillance in countries like US and Germany. I know how foolish this sounds! But I don't know how I can stop worrying.

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  • I used to feel that way whenever I was in the kitchen of my old house. I moved and the feeling went away. Maybe there’s s bad energy you’re sensing

  • It is stupid, because you aren't that interesting and there aren't enough employees to track all those cameras. The way surveillance works is that they try and get you on a monitored site that Jihadis, KKK, or Antifa use. Then when they spot a sucker they get a judge to approve a warrant. They track searches from your IP to see if anything interesting words come up like "How to make a bomb." If so, then they observe closer. See if you are contacting bad agents, and might set up a sting by pretending to be one of your group. Other that data collection is anonymous and use to track buyer patterns on websites to sell that data to data scientists at corporations to make more effective advertising. Honestly, that's creepier than it sounds. Ads are basically brainwashing now.

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Is it weird that I can't stomach graphic violence in movies or games but in song lyrics, I'm fine with it?

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  • ...No? You can't handle the visuals. Not everyone is bothered by audio.

  • Because seeing something is different then just reading or hearing it? Which is normal?

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I fucking hate April Fool's Day. I don't know why it's a "holiday". Whatever it started as, it's now just a day for people to see what lies they can get away with and what shitty "pranks" they can pull. It's just a day to be mean. And for people like me who can't tell when people are joking or being serious, and people with social anxiety, this day is hell. I have to stay off the internet and avoid people entirely because I can't trust anyone not to lie to me. But I can't avoid work, and I'm dreading it. My coworkers especially like to mess with me because they know I can't tell when they're being serious. It pisses me off. It's so draining.

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  • I agree wholeheartedly. I do have anxiety and I don't know if it's that or something personal, but being pranked or fooled makes me feel like shit, even if it's a tiny thing, And especially if people make fun of me for having believed it. I wish this day didn't exist.

  • I feel you. Some people take things way too far on this day - pranks should always be harmless and fun for both parties. And I'm so sorry that your coworkers are like that :( I, too, have difficulty with telling the difference between jokes and serious speech and I think it's unacceptable that your coworkers take advantage of that.

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I think it's stupid that people download porn in this day and age. What's the point? I have never wanted to rewatch a specific video, it's always like "oh... I've seen this one." and I get bored. Why save it? It just takes up space and poses the risk of someone finding it.

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  • Seconded, especially because of the risks. And I can rarely come twice from the same video.

  • Specific fetishes or preferences. Not everyone can come from some random generic bj video.

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Is it possible to only feel physical attraction to someone? Without emotional feelings involved?, my friend and I became fubus (and we are of super legal age) and it is my first time to have one, although I only give orals, so is it a fubu?, I also have never real sex from my long term ex (front or back), because I am afraid that it will hurt. I don't know what happened, we were good friends then suddenly, he became touchy and I was aroused, then it all started there. If I am not mistaken, I knew he had a crush on me before ( he knows I like someone of my age) but he is younger than me, so I did not entertain the idea of having him as a potential bf/husband someday. But I do enjoy the thrill, whatever we are doing. Does he like me? It is his first time too, to do something while not in a rel., a lot of girls like him and throw themselves at him, he can have anyone to be honest, but he did not chose them. We did not talk about any set ups, its like just mutual thinking.

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  • I think you should talk to him about this. If he still has feelings for you, I think it would be best to let him know that you aren't going to date him at any point. If he doesn't know this already, his feelings might be hurt when he finds out, but it's best to be honest so that you're on the same page.

  • First of all, yes, you can be sexually attracted to someone without being emotionally attached. That's very common. Secondly, if you know he has feelings for you, don't you think maybe you're... leading him on? Like you know you'll never see him as a partner, but you know he wants something more, and you're just teasing him and keeping him from meeting other people.

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I can't wait for things. When I know something's gonna happen, and that it comes relatively soon, I can't do anything except for preparing the thing. For example, the weekend before a trip, I can't lie down and read a book, I run around the house packing, thinking about what to pack, planning every minute of the trip. When someone's picking me up and is "there in 30 minutes", I can't relax and watch TV for the time, I will be looking out of the window, completely dressed, for half an hour. I just found a new apartment, I'll move in a month - I have already packed all the boxes. I'm going to live in a boxed apartment for the next month and I knew it, yet I couldn't stop myself from already preparing everything. It sounds like a weird quirk, but I'm honestly starting to think that it's some sort of compulsive behavioural disorder. Because I wish I could chill but I never can. I often even don't make plans with people if they only have time in the afternoon, because I know I'll have to waste half a day because before going out I'll not be able to do anything except for getting dressed and walking around restlessly.

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  • If it hinders you from doing things that much, I think it might be a disorder. I think you should check with a doctor.

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