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Mudiwa told me about it in 2011.

UNITED STATES / AUG 23, 2016 11:28 PM EST

in response to: How did you find this website? Are the people who came from digg still here?
Well... If the person you're in a relationship likes you, that's all that matters. Don't let other people interfere with you guys love. - Their friends and family like you unless they've told you otherwise. And, if you guys ever get married their family & friends will learn to like you eventually. Don't sweat it.

UNITED STATES / AUG 17, 2016 11:49 PM EST

in response to: I love my relationship but I feel like I'm too worried whether their friends and family like me. Help.
which idiot told you that?

CHINA / AUG 14, 2016 8:10 AM EST

in response to: Does worshipping Satan make you a tough guy?
Shameless hussie. You could've told us first.

UNITED STATES / AUG 12, 2016 9:18 PM EST

in response to: darlings, i just had a nice big O.... my O's are really spectacular, you know... :D THE UNITED STATES / OCT 25, 2010 8:50 PM EST
Astrology is bunk. My numerologist told me so

UNITED STATES / AUG 10, 2016 9:54 PM EST

in response to: soh is so stupid cos she is stupid. That is such a stupid statement that I bet even soh understands it
*author. I was seeing a psychologist for a few months (stopped about 2 months ago) and she said I needed to take a bunch of meds to stop me being so paranoid (I refused to take them) but I eventually convinced my family not to make me see her anymore. I never told her about these experience yet she referred me to an early psychosis program at headspace (mental health service) but I will not go.

UNITED STATES / AUG 8, 2016 6:43 AM EST

in response to: I am 15 (female) and want to know if this is a common symptom of psychotic episode/schizophrenia. I imagine a girl with a sitting in my linen cupboard but whenever I check She's not there. I also listen to people talking but I know it is inside of my head yet it seems real. Are these a hallucination - they seem real although i don't physically see them?
*author. I was seeing a psychologist for a few months (stopped about 2 months ago) and she said I needed to take a bunch of meds to stop me being so paranoid (I refused to take them) but I eventually convinced my family not to make me see her anymore. I never told her about these experience yet she referred me to an early psychosis program at headspace (mental health service) but I will not go.

UNITED STATES / AUG 8, 2016 6:43 AM EST

in response to: I am 15 (female) and want to know if this is a common symptom of psychotic episode/schizophrenia. I imagine a girl with a sitting in my linen cupboard but whenever I check She's not there. I also listen to people talking but I know it is inside of my head yet it seems real. Are these a hallucination - they seem real although i don't physically see them?
As I remember: 2 frames with the first one Captioned: What we say to dogs "Ginger, how many times have I told you stay out of the garbage, Ginger! 2nd frame captioned: What dogs actually hear: "Ginger, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah Ginger!

UNITED STATES / AUG 7, 2016 6:21 PM EST

in response to: Wheres that cartoon by Larson on dog training. What you say to the dog. "Now you sit down, Biggles. Thats it.. Stay." What the dog actually hears: "Blah blah blah. Biggles. Blah blah. Blah."
I have always heard that, and I'm sure it's a myth, or at least not this dramatic, when a person sneezes their heart stops/skips a beat for the duration of the sneeze, and people say bless you, in hopes that your heart will start beating again.... I hope that's not true, but it's what i've always been told.

UNITED STATES / JUL 28, 2016 9:02 PM EST

in response to: why do we say bless you after someone sneeze
Well, if your parents have told you not to, I'd advise you not to. But if they haven't, maybe you should ask. If this person online you know in real life, outside of technology, and they are true and genuine, and you don't feel like they are pressuring you into this, you can if you want, but know that there could be some serious consequences, like they could screenshot it and send it to other people. But if you don't know the person DO NOT send a picture.

UNITED STATES / JUL 27, 2016 6:33 PM EST

in response to: Is it okay to send a picture of yourself to someone online? I'm 12 so...
To the person with the Einstein quote; I want to be more than friends with her and she wants to be more than friends with me it's not a friend zoning issue its just that she has told me a few times that she doesn't want anything serious but she seems to really like me still and she's giving me mixed signals I just don't know what to do

UNITED STATES / JUL 26, 2016 1:34 AM EST

in response to: So I started going out with a girl (we went on our first date we're going to go on our second) and I'm confused. She keeps telling me she doesn't want anything serious right now but she still wants to go out with me. She still flirts with me and I know she really likes me. I have been falling for this girl and I need answers should I keep going with this or should I just quit and be friends with her?
I told my grdnhmotaer how you helped. She said, "bake them a cake!"

UNITED STATES / JUL 18, 2016 4:04 AM EST

in response to: 636131
Neth told you off too.

UNITED STATES / JUL 14, 2016 9:04 PM EST

in response to: Wink, wonk, wink!!!
you were told to eat shìt, cunt

UNITED STATES / JUL 13, 2016 5:13 PM EST

in response to: And THATS the way it GOES!! 😝
my sister had them and didn't take care of them so my parents told me I couldn't have them because I wouldn't take care of them.

UNITED STATES / JUL 3, 2016 12:53 PM EST

in response to: I need braces and my dad says he will look into them but then forgets. I hate always having to remind him. How can I get him to look into them immediately?
I agree. I'm 13 and I didn't have acne until I hit puberty. I've been told that it goes away during adulthood

UNITED STATES / JUN 25, 2016 2:02 AM EST

in response to: I'm 11 years of age and have acne. Will this lead to more acne in my later life?
Dad told them... THEM?

UNITED STATES / JUN 16, 2016 7:32 AM EST

in response to: Whole family agreed to quit my piano lessons but the lady convinced my mom to take it again for me. This time I actually spoke up about quitting and then she started berating me for everything I said. She started spewing stuff about disrespect.My mom got convinced once again. Dad told them harshly to stop lessons and last phone convo she started saying how I was Just crying to get what I want. I have few lessons left until I am done. Afraid of her convincing my mom again.Advice?
Try making new friends? I know it's not easy (mom has told me how it's easy and it's not) try finding people with similar interests. What about your father?

UNITED STATES / JUN 15, 2016 10:52 PM EST

in response to: I seriously need help. My mom fights with me about everything and blames me for it. She's a hypocrite. Also, all of my friends really aren't friends. Either they'll treat me like a puppy that follows them around, or they just aren't people I can talk to about personal things. What am I supposed to do? I'm only fourteen.
Who told their grandpa this was Twitter

UNITED STATES / JUN 13, 2016 2:31 AM EST

in response to: I'll prepare the cold brew for tomorrow, and clean up a bit. 😊 It's water blossom ivy season! Still have two bottles of my fav summer scent! So glad I snagged so much before they pulled them off the shelves.Hate when things get discontinued, don't you? The Curel Ultra Healing lotion is, thankfully, unscented. I'll use that, then spritz a lil of my water blossom ivyA hint: if you want your scent to stick and last, moisturize first. Spritzes, perfumes, splashes last longer on moisturized skin
"In the butt" said jack as he told a story of lost viginty and mixed emotions.

UNITED STATES / JUN 13, 2016 2:13 AM EST

in response to: she liked it
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