Oh man! EXCITING! CONGRATS! !!!!!!!!!!
@dtowngirl Aw! Yeah, at my new job I've been much happier (and busier, which I think goes hand-in-hand) so I've been reading posts but haven't had the time to comment much at all! Thanks for the shoutout :)
LW3 cute dancing dude is the best.
The rest made me cringe.
What can we learn from this? Well, everyone just needs to dance around and pretend they're in bands with plastic guitars or whatever, and stop being in confusing relationships.
Problems = SOLVED
@Alexander You are nice! Don't worry about me. I'm not slinking around all ashamed of my number or anything. It's not anything outrageous and I would tell someone if they asked me. I'm just thinkin' this girl doesn't have much to worry about.
@ThundaCunt Agreed, her secret isn't as bad* as the reverse secret of having slept with way more people than you implied (aka, my "secret" with most guys I date, sorry for partying)
*not that I think sleeping with lots of people is "bad" or anything, you know what I'm saying.
All I have to say is, I'm swimsuit shopping on VS.com right now and the bikini I want - no, NEED - is so expensive... if LW feels weird spending it, I'll definitely take it off her hands! I wish I had a secret panty stealer/giftcard giver.
@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher I think I respond to everything posted about true crime/serial killers on here, but, OOH ME I DO GIRL. Love this stuff.
Riverman has always been a fave because it's (a) SET IN MY OWN BACKYARD basically, like I have BEEN INSIDE SOME OF THESE HOUSES where they describe Ted Bundy killing these girls, yiiiiiikes and (b) combines two of the most prolific serial killers, so it's like a 2-fer-1.
(ALSO NICOLE HAVE YOU READ THIS, WHAT DID YOU THINK? I'm probably too late commenting to really join the conversation, but.)
SO many loaded statements/compliments when it comes to weight. It's tricky.
When I was in high school/early college and had been struggling with anxiety and eating disorder-y stuff (= way underweight, super pale, etc.) and was starting to get healthier and gain weight, people would always say "You look GREAT!" as a weird blanket compliment, rather than saying "oh you don't look tired and sick and sad" or whatever.
So in my over-analytical mind back then, "great" = "fat" and now, as a well-adjusted, fit/healthy adult, whenever someone tells me I look "great" in my head I still think "OMG they are saying I look fat, this is awful." even though I know it's completely irrational. These things can dig deep. Ugh.
I just try to never comment on anyone's weight, ever. I don't think it's my place. (But sometimes do tell people they look great for whatever reason - new haircut, awesome jeans, cool makeup, etc - and I really just do mean that they look great!)
@nevernude cutoffs Ahhh! Really?! Thank you! I love it. I always write in my blog thinking only my "real life" friends/Facebook people will read it!
I'm pretty cavalier when it comes to consuming possibly spoiled foods. Alive and kickin' for 26 years now... before finishing that burrito I left out overnight or whatever I just tell myself "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
However you are also talking to a girl who fell asleep naked on top of a bowl of chili then finished eating it the next morning, so I don't know about myself.