Whats the worst thing your family has ever done to you?
Damn you controllers! Damn you!
When I was a kid, the school doctor discovered that my spine isn't straight and gave me a letter to my parents to send me to a specialist. I had heard of kids having to wear corsets and not being able to enjoy life, and was too afraid to get one, so I tossed the letter away and never told my parents. I was always too afraid to go to a doctor because I knew, the later I would get treatment, the more complicated it would be... and I always thought it already is too late. I am now an adult, and still don't go to a doctor, because I hope that I can just continue living my life without ever having problems... I wish I had told my parents back then.
Today my daughter said she wants to join my son in martial arts class. I'm one step closer to my childhood dream of becoming a supervillain with a team of ninja minions.
'Tonight's the night, and it's going to happen again and again....Has too happen'...
My PS3 died....NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!
I grew up thinking I was awesome (because of compliments from friends and family). Long lashes, nice brown, thick hair, nice ass and perky boobs, pretty face. But over the last few years, I started to realize more and more that nothing of this is true. My lashes are actually short and stumpy, my hair has the color of mud, my ass is flat and my boobs ARE perky, but my nipples look weird. And my face... oh gosh, my nose looks so awful from any angle than from the front, you can't even concentrate on my different sized eyes. I am completely devastated. Growing up thinking I was attractive, I didn't have time to learn to deal with not being.
I used to pick at my nipples and try to take them off in the shower...
i came home with my best friend drunk off wine for the first time and we let my little brothers friends use us however they wanted. we thought it was hysterical
What's it called where you never used your normal, relaxed, real voice to speak or communicate in any way as a kid? It's like a form of being a mute, I'd say... I began forcing myself to speak with my real voice later in highschool, it was tough. It made me feel naked in a sense. Vulnerable. Uncomfortable. I was the same with my emotions. I acted as silly as I spoke, when inside I was just as lonely, lost and emotional as anyone else. But they all thought I was a robot. Emotionless. A clown. I'm pretty real about who I am now. I'm an asshole and I'm broken and miserable. Sometimes I get pleasantly distracted of course, but in general, I'm very disappointed in existence.