Some things you need to just let go. Controlling situations and people should be avoided, unless it's a harmful or life or death situation. Focus on controlling yourself.
I'm ridiculously amused by people spelling "fuck" as "fug"
At work we have one bathroom with 5 stalls. I hate public bathrooms because I can never quite relax on them, so I worked out a "system" that I use every day to ensure that I am the only one who uses "my" stall (second to the last one). I always open every other stall door if I can, and close my door, so someone who comes in thinks this one's occupied and doesn't use it. I also sometimes remove the toilet paper roll from the roll holder because I think people rather take the next stall than replacing the roll. And I always place a piece of toilet paper on the seat, to both scare off other people and check whether someone has been on there when I come in again (if someone was there the paper is gone, obviously). I know I'm weird.
I hate ads that don't have a mute button. I'm trying to listen to music, dammit!
Dragonfruits aren't worth their price. They taste pretty boring.
I love flirting and having hook ups because it's the only time I feel powerful and like I'm worth something. Even though I know that most of the guys just see me as a throw-away sex object, the illusion is enough for me. In every aspect of life - at work, with my family, with my friends - I always feel intimidated by others (especially at work) or like I'm not good enough (especially with family) or like I have to alter myself in a way I don't like because otherwise people will judge or don't like me. But when I flirt with a guy and it works, I feel so appreciated and beautiful, and even if I play a role for him and pretend to be someone I'm not, I can do it in a way that I enjoy because I'm not going to meet him again anyways. It feels free. I'm a huge slut and I'm the very cliche of a girl who sleeps around because she's insecure, but I don't care. (I mostly don't even sleep with them and rather just make out a little, but I guess most people don't see much of a difference there.)
The bad thing about having the face I have: I need tons of make up to not get stared at and not feel ugly as hell. The good thing about it: if I want a day off, I just go to work without make up and my boss sends me back home for some days and even praises me for my strong attitude of still wanting to work while I'm so "ill".
I've discovered that for me masturbation feels better when my bladder is full.
There's a gorgeous girl in my class and I want to tell her how beautiful she is but I've never talked to her except if we're in the same group in group work. (I don't talk to anyone for that matter...) If I compliment her, will it be weird? What if she thinks I'm flirting? Some other people have mistaken my attempts at being friendly as flirting before. What if she's straight and gets creeped out when she thinks that I'm flirting? I mean, maybe I have a crush on her but I don't actually want to act on it (I'm not ready for dating) so I do not mean to flirt.
It's not your fault, if it isn't your responsibility.