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hellotampon
post May 28 2007, 07:32 AM
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Normally I'm all about human rights; I go to anti-war protests, I join student activist groups, etc.

But when I'm at work waiting on customers, most of whom I can't stand, I wonder why i do it. I feel like, "Who cares? Most most people are worthless scum who don't deserve to live. Humanity sucks."

It's like there are 2 completely different sides of me that I can't reconcile. It bugs me.
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pollystyrene
post May 27 2007, 11:16 PM
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This isn't really a confession; it's just something weird that I've noticed myself doing the last few times the situation has come up- whenever I'm pissed off about something at home, my first reaction is to take my clothes off. For instance, if I have a bad day at work, then I come home and LeBoy has done something to piss me off (something relatively small, not taking the garbage out, leaving his shoes in the middle of the doorway- something mildly frustrating) and it sets me off even more, I find myself unconsciously stalking off into the bedroom and taking off my clothes. Next thing I know, I'm standing there naked and mad, and thinking, "Now what?"

Like just now, I've been telling LeBoy to empty the garbage can in his bathroom for several days. It's overflowing. I even moved it out into the hallway, thinking that would speed things up, but it sat there for a couple of days. So I'm a little annoyed. I went to take the dog out to do his thing and he gave me a hard time out there, hemming and hawing, pulling his diva act about standing in the dewy grass and finally, not pooping. So I came in and I was muttering something about all the men in this house giving me a hard time about stuff. I march into the bedroom and take off my clothes. Granted, it's bedtime now, so I should be putting on my PJ's, but it wasn't something I planned on. So now I'm in front of the computer in my undies, blowing off steam. ((And LeBoy is FINALLY emptying the garbage mad.gif ))

Thanks for reading. I still don't get my "get naked" reaction though. huh.gif


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lilacwine13
post May 27 2007, 01:55 AM
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Last night I was upset over something and I ended up taking my anger out on the alternative newspaper in this town. They had a story about a conservative activist, so I drew devil horns and made up raunchy dialog for the pictures. Yes, I am turning 12 this year.

I feel a little guilty about being a night person, and I sometimes wish I could be one of those people who can read the paper and exercise very early in the morning, before work and not afterwards.



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flanker_ji
post May 27 2007, 12:53 AM
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From: Santa Rosa, CA


I felt betrayed by my therapist when she revealed she was engaged during my final appointment.

I'm happy for her, but I relate to her a lot, and she seemed to really empathize with me when I told her how I felt about being single. But she was careful not to reveal personal information, and I know I have a tendency to try and "fill in the blanks" by trying to get clues about people who aren't open for one reason or another. And I know my assumptions aren't always right. And she said she went through a long period of singleness herself. Yet somehow it still stung a little. I bewilder myself sometimes.


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pollystyrene
post May 25 2007, 11:21 PM
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QUOTE(zora @ May 25 2007, 08:23 PM) *
Wow Polly, that would have thrown me. I tend to not see extra syllables in words so I would have confused those two as well.


One or both of them, if I remember correctly, was involved in that flamewar a few months ago with "hummingbird" and it was soooo confusing because I think they were each arguing different sides of the issue....what a mess.

At least with you, I can associate your avatar...as long as you don't change it (sounds like you're a big Laurie Anderson fan, so I doubt that will be happening soon...unlike me who changes every 6 weeks or so. tongue.gif )


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Free from all the pain. Happy and having fun all the time.
It never happened, did it?
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zoya
post May 25 2007, 07:28 PM
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uh huh.
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actually, the funny thing is, zoya has been my screen name forever - but my real name is the same as another bustie's screen name... that gets REALLY interesting when I've met busties IRL!!
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zora
post May 25 2007, 07:06 PM
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Wow Polly, that would have thrown me. I tend to not see extra syllables in words so I would have confused those two as well.
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erinjane
post May 25 2007, 06:17 PM
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QUOTE(zora @ May 25 2007, 03:36 PM) *
It bugs me that people confuse me with Zoya. I like Zoya, but I'm not her and folks here think I am.



The only reason I don't do this is because I happen to have a cousin named Zoya. Zoya on bust is the only other zoya I can ever recall meeting (and I'm not even sure if her real name is zoya). tongue.gif


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zoya
post May 25 2007, 05:15 PM
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QUOTE(zora @ May 25 2007, 01:36 PM) *
It bugs me that people confuse me with Zoya. I like Zoya, but I'm not her and folks here think I am.



hahaha - zora, I feel the same way! Every time someone responds to me and says "zora" I feel compelled to reply (and most often do) with "I am zoya. I love zora, but I'm not her!"

it used to be worse - there used to be a "roya" in the Lounge as well.
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pollystyrene
post May 25 2007, 02:34 PM
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QUOTE(zora @ May 25 2007, 03:36 PM) *
It bugs me that people confuse me with Zoya. I like Zoya, but I'm not her and folks here think I am.


I've caught myself mixing you guys up once in awhile. rolleyes.gif

It was worse when there was a "tatiana" and a "tatina".


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You went to school where you were taught to fear and to obey, be cheerful, fit in, or someone might think you're weird.
Life can be perfect. People can be trusted. Someday, I will fall in love; a nice quiet home of my very own.
Free from all the pain. Happy and having fun all the time.
It never happened, did it?
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zora
post May 25 2007, 02:19 PM
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It bugs me that people confuse me with Zoya. I like Zoya, but I'm not her and folks here think I am.
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freckleface7
post May 25 2007, 01:36 PM
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the neighbor boy cut the grass yesterday, and the mr & I sat out on our backyard swing and tried not to look smug when he was doing it.

but hey- if I can Pay Him to cut our yard while the mr is away and he does so willingly.. why can't he cut theirs as needed?

I confess I actively dislike most people in the area I am living in. sad.gif


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freckleface7
post May 23 2007, 09:06 AM
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while I am heartbroken that the only neighbors we are close with are moving.. I am secretly thrilled to be getting our old extra refridgerator back that they have been "barowing" for the past 2 years.

finally a space dedicated soley to the purpose of ice cream and cold drinks- genius!


today I spent a great amount of time on the phone trying to track the right county/city authorities to find out who owned the rental house on the other side of us bc the people living there haven't cut their back yard in more than a month & it's getting really bad.
I could have just walked over there & said something to them, but am afraid of getting sucked into more drama and honestly? I'm too
damned
lazi to get off my ass and go there.


I love the smell of axe rantrave, I bet you smell terrific. biggrin.gif



ps: it took me about 2 hours to finally reach someone at City Housing.. they are going to "send someone out to asses the situation" at the neighbors next door. I probably should fee bad but I don't.


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rantrave88
post May 22 2007, 11:52 PM
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My roommate and I spent an hour and a half reading about bots, and looking at random girls on facebook.

I then proceeded to look at various porn sites for an hour.

I wear Axe deodorant.

When the evil frat boys next door to us play beer pong outside, I cross the street to pass by them because I'm scared they will yell.

I forgot to take my medicine all week.






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Arcadia
post May 21 2007, 11:28 AM
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Zoya, I totally agree with you.

On my Facebook under the religion link I have written "Organized religion makes me want to vom."

I believe in spirituality and I don't believe anyone's religion is wrong, I just really can't stand it when religious people try to throw what they feel/think/believe onto me. I believe in a "higher power" myself, but I don't beat people to death with my beliefs so why should they try and do it to me?

I was also "brought up" Catholic, and I hated going to church with a passion because I hated the way the religion always made me feel guilty. No matter what I did I felt like God was always watching and I was swiftly on my way to Hell.

Mr. Arc shares the same beliefs I do, which is very odd because he grew up the son of two pastors. Very strange indeed.


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zoya
post May 21 2007, 11:12 AM
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I'm not so anti any specific personal belief as I am anti-organized religion. Can't stand it. Having been brought up Catholic I can say that all it did for me is made me realize how I would NOT bring up a child. Specific personal spiritual beliefs are fine with me as long as they are kept to the believer. I dont' care what you believe, just don't foist it on me, and I won't foist my shit on you. 'nuff said.




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lilacwine13
post May 20 2007, 09:40 PM
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I received an email from a company that is in the field that I want to work in, wondering if I was still interested in applying. I want to call them back tomorrow, but I'm scared to do so.

I'm jealous of AZ Guy because he got better graduation presents than I did.

I wish I had the ignore function IRL too.


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culturehandy
post May 20 2007, 10:30 AM
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Word on the Christians.

Okay now my confession. I really enojy threesomes with two men. A lot.


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missladyj
post May 20 2007, 08:56 AM
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I think it would be totally awesome if there was an ignore function for real life. There are sooo many people I would totally fuckin ignore. it'd be the best thing ever.
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aquagirl3
post May 18 2007, 07:27 PM
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I'm 8 months pregnant and seriously considering hooking up with a girl from Craigslist who wants to be with a pregnant girl! heehee
I feel dirty.
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