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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby zug » Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:27 am UTC

There is no perfect family, just like there's no perfect person. I thought mine was perfect when I was a kid. That was before I lost my naivete and found out about the random sexual abuse enacted by creepy uncles, the drugs done behind garage doors, and many more fun skeletons besides!

WASPy families always seem so perfectly ordinary until you dig really deeply, I've found.


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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby smw543 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:28 am UTC

krynd wrote:...The idea that human sexuality should be repressed is an idea out of the Dark Ages...
FUN FACT!: The Dark Ages were actually pretty relaxed regarding sexuality. Modern prudishness originated in Victorian England (19th century).

Fess: I don't have a fess. :o
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Snowflake » Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:45 am UTC

zug wrote:There is no perfect family, just like there's no perfect person. I thought mine was perfect when I was a kid. That was before I lost my naivete and found out about the random sexual abuse enacted by creepy uncles, the drugs done behind garage doors, and many more fun skeletons besides!

WASPy families always seem so perfectly ordinary until you dig really deeply, I've found.


hell of a page topper O_O


Lucky you feel good about your immediate family. I'd imagine that most families nowadays do more harm than good. Damn society.

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krynd wrote:...The idea that human sexuality should be repressed is an idea out of the Dark Ages...
FUN FACT!: The Dark Ages were actually pretty relaxed regarding sexuality. Modern prudishness originated in Victorian England (19th century).
I remember in Rome gay sex was indistinguishable from straight sex.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby zug » Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:48 am UTC

Snowflake wrote:Lucky you feel good about your immediate family. I'd imagine that most families nowadays do more harm than good. Damn society.

I don't. That was just when I was too young to doubt their infallibility,
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and before my father molested me. heh
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Postby doogly » Fri Jul 24, 2009 5:07 am UTC

Snowflake wrote: I remember in Rome gay sex was indistinguishable from straight sex.

You remember Rome?
Also, I have no idea what you could be talking about.
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Postby Snowflake » Fri Jul 24, 2009 5:57 am UTC

zug wrote:I don't. That was just when I was too young to doubt their infallibility,
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and before my father molested me. heh

God damn, fucking lowlives...

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Snowflake wrote: I remember in Rome gay sex was indistinguishable from straight sex.

You remember Rome?
Also, I have no idea what you could be talking about.
As I expected, somebody quickly pointing out the use of remember. :P
But yes, Fun Fact: in certain parts of ancient Rome, no distinction was made between straight sex and gay sex.

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Postby doogly » Fri Jul 24, 2009 6:13 am UTC

That is neither fun nor a fact. You don't read a lot of Latin, do you? Go check out De Rerum Natura book 4, that's got some nice explicit straight sex in it. And perhaps you are familiar with the Lex Scantinia passed during the Republic?
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Postby SummerGlauFan » Fri Jul 24, 2009 6:21 am UTC

Actually, if I remember correctly, homosexual intercourse had almost zero romantic properties in Rome, and was regarded as little more than a fun little thing to do.

Meh, I was only half paying attention to that history channel show anyway, so I might be wrong.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby krynd » Fri Jul 24, 2009 6:41 am UTC

smw543 wrote:
krynd wrote:...The idea that human sexuality should be repressed is an idea out of the Dark Ages...
FUN FACT!: The Dark Ages were actually pretty relaxed regarding sexuality. Modern prudishness originated in Victorian England (19th century).

Fess: I don't have a fess. :o

Fun Fact: I was using "an idea out of the Dark Ages" as a cliché, not an actual statement of fact.

Confession: When I was younger, I thought Victorian England was an awesome place. Then I grew up and realized what stuck-up pricks they were about everything.

Confession2: While I seem to have mellowed out ever since I cut out hardcore death metal from my in-car CD collection (I'd listen to it on the way to work), I'm still a complete asshat at times to people at work. Guess I really do hate being there, and hope the damn economy would recover to the point where even another fast food job becomes available.

Yep, times are so tough in my area, there's significant competition for burger-flippin' jobs, and for the past few months or so, no one has even bothered posting a "we're hiring" sign: word-of-mouth spreads that fast amongst the unemployed, apparently. Either that, or they're complete jackasses who don't want honest people to have a chance at even meager employment.
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Postby SPsnow02 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:00 am UTC

Fess: I find it kinda ironically funny that a few weeks ago I had trouble thinking of difficult situations I have had to deal with for college essays, and just in time to write them I find out my dad has cancer. Fuck cancer.
Rawr!

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Postby Rakysh » Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:46 am UTC

SPsnow02 wrote:Fess: I find it kinda ironically funny that a few weeks ago I had trouble thinking of difficult situations I have had to deal with for college essays, and just in time to write them I find out my dad has cancer. Fuck cancer.

That's awful. Really sorry to hear that. *hugs*

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Postby apoklips » Fri Jul 24, 2009 11:02 am UTC

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Postby Armadillo Al » Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:32 pm UTC

SPsnow02 wrote:Fuck cancer.


I'll drink to that.
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Postby GoodRudeFun » Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:32 pm UTC

Armadillo Al wrote:
SPsnow02 wrote:Fuck cancer.


I'll drink to that.
As will I. My best friend went through cancer and is still recovering from chemo. I hated hearing about what it did to him, and felt so bad because he was so far away and there was nothing i could do. But he made it, so I'm thankful for that. And these days cancer isn't the death sentance it used to be, so there is hope for your dad.

My sister might have cancer now too. She's lagging behind on getting the bloodwork done to find out... she shouldn't (have cancer) though. There has to be some universal law where only so many people that are close to you can get cancer. There needs to be some kind of limit.

Fuck cancer indeed.
Oh. Well that's alright then.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Snowflake » Fri Jul 24, 2009 9:46 pm UTC

^ There's a book called "Anticancer" (All of us have cancer cells in our bodies, but not all of us will develop cancer) by Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph.D.

He was diagnosed with brain cancer a while back, and since he's a doctor he had direct access to the latest medical research and equipment, not to mention connections. Long story short, the book's the result of his research and the long journey he went through, both his own cancer life and those of other cancer patients.
His cancer went away once, came back, and went away again. He lives a completely cancer-free life now. Alongside the stories, he shows us the details of his research and how we can prevent and fight cancer just by changing our lifestyles and the food we eat. It's one hell of a book. :)
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Postby eternal luna » Fri Jul 24, 2009 9:51 pm UTC

Fess: despite the amount of respect I lost for my mother as a child every time she demonstrated her entrenched racism, parts of it seem to have sunk into me. :| It took me ten years to realise that "narrow eyes" in Russian was not actually the word for "Chinese".
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby smw543 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 11:20 pm UTC

krynd wrote:
smw543 wrote:
krynd wrote:...The idea that human sexuality should be repressed is an idea out of the Dark Ages...
FUN FACT!: The Dark Ages were actually pretty relaxed regarding sexuality. Modern prudishness originated in Victorian England (19th century).
Fun Fact: I was using "an idea out of the Dark Ages" as a cliché, not an actual statement of fact.
I know. I think you have misinterpreted the concept of the "Fun Fact."

Fess: I'm clearly incapable of taking care of myself; I'm down to 130 lbs. "One meal a day isn't enough? Since when?!"
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Postby GraphiteGirl » Sat Jul 25, 2009 12:50 am UTC

GoodRudeFun wrote:
Armadillo Al wrote:
SPsnow02 wrote:Fuck cancer.


I'll drink to that.
As will I. My best friend went through cancer and is still recovering from chemo. I hated hearing about what it did to him, and felt so bad because he was so far away and there was nothing i could do. But he made it, so I'm thankful for that. And these days cancer isn't the death sentance it used to be, so there is hope for your dad.

My sister might have cancer now too. She's lagging behind on getting the bloodwork done to find out... she shouldn't (have cancer) though. There has to be some universal law where only so many people that are close to you can get cancer. There needs to be some kind of limit.

Fuck cancer indeed.

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Fuck cancer with a large, sharp stick. SPsnow and GoddRudeFun, *hugs* if you'll have them.
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Postby It Should Be Real » Sat Jul 25, 2009 1:11 am UTC

+1 for the cancerfucking spree.
My Aunt dying from cancer was the reason that my mother and I moved to York when I was 3 or 4, to look after her two children. And since then I've learned about all of the horrible, horrible diseases that run in my family. On both sides.
Which leads us to..
'fess: I refuse to get tested for any of these horrible hereditary diseases... because then if I have them I'll have to .. y'know.. deal with them. :/ I for one prefer blissful ignorance.

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Postby GoodRudeFun » Sat Jul 25, 2009 4:19 am UTC

Confession: i feel stupid for complaining about cancer because no one I know died from it. I don't think I could handle it if my friend had died of cancer. I don't know if I could handle it if my sister even has it....
Oh. Well that's alright then.

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Postby GraphiteGirl » Sat Jul 25, 2009 4:43 am UTC

I just went over into Dear SB, because... well, not quite sure why. Maybe just because I like to be helpful if ever I can (*points at sig*), and people are interesting and their lives are interesting, and their perspective on their lives is sometimes extraordinary to read.
And now I feel like a psychological voyeur, but it's not like that. More like being reminded that the inside of everyone else's mind is just as odd and Escherish and complex as your own, and there are things going on in there that would never occur to you.
Anyway, I went in, and read, and read more, and ...
I feel absurdly lucky. And more than a little tempted to actually undertake some sort of psychological training.

Edit: Also makes me want to stick a copy of this all around my house, and stop thinking I'm going to be useful.
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Postby Chfan » Sat Jul 25, 2009 4:47 pm UTC

Fuck salt!
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Postby Tautology » Sat Jul 25, 2009 6:28 pm UTC

A confession! This always happens to me. And not even in a satisfactory way! I am in a long-term relationship with the perfect guy. He's funny, good-looking, intelligent, and I can talk to him about anything.

Despite this, for some reason I've decided to become intensely attracted to a loud, smarmy, attention-seeking, compulsively lying twat. He would be wrong for me in every way. We got trashed two nights ago and drunkenly kissed. Being a moral person, I told my understandably upset boyfriend and we are getting over this terrible mistake I made. Yet in a horrible way, it was completely amazing and I can't stop thinking about it.

My brain sucks.

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Postby CVSoul » Sat Jul 25, 2009 10:02 pm UTC

smw543 wrote:Fess: I'm clearly incapable of taking care of myself; I'm down to 130 lbs. "One meal a day isn't enough? Since when?!"


This. Only I'm only down to 145.
Fesswise, I don't know whether I really waaaaaaaaant to be healthy. It may or may not be worth it.
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Postby GoodRudeFun » Sat Jul 25, 2009 10:26 pm UTC

CVSoul wrote:
smw543 wrote:Fess: I'm clearly incapable of taking care of myself; I'm down to 130 lbs. "One meal a day isn't enough? Since when?!"


This. Only I'm only down to 145.
Fesswise, I don't know whether I really waaaaaaaaant to be healthy. It may or may not be worth it.

I completely fail at taking care of myself as well, but it ends up going in the other direction. I actually kinda wish it was the other way around.


Stupid food, stop tasting so good. And exercise, work with food to figure out why its so much better than you. Maybe you two can strike some sort of an equilibrium.
Oh. Well that's alright then.

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Postby zipper-chan » Sun Jul 26, 2009 12:07 pm UTC

I don't honestly think I will be around for much longer.

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Postby Dargon Cophe » Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:54 pm UTC

I don't understand what you mean; like, death? Or leaving the fora? Both will make me very sad.
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Postby zipper-chan » Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:41 am UTC

I mean, death. Living is exhausting.

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Postby thatguy » Mon Jul 27, 2009 5:24 am UTC

That's why we have sleep. You get to be dead to the world for a few hours. Plus, you hallucinate.

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Postby crickets » Mon Jul 27, 2009 7:20 am UTC

Fess: I can't stand that people hate me. Especially when it's only once i actually /tried/ to get something i want. Really want. Really, really really. It eats at me, but i can't make it go away without hurting me and the people i love most.

*sigh*

All the bitterness and rage and hurt directed towards me kind of makes me nauseated. And i need a nap.
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Postby Armadillo Al » Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:56 pm UTC

crickets wrote:Fess: I can't stand that people hate me. Especially when it's only once i actually /tried/ to get something i want. Really want. Really, really really. It eats at me, but i can't make it go away without hurting me and the people i love most.


I don't hate you, if that helps any. *hugs*

And go get a nap. Those never hurt anyone.

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Fess: I feel kind of awkward about it too. Not because no one I know has died from it (my grandfather did, probably close to 15 years ago at this point), but because I don't have much personal experience with the devastation it causes. I stand behind my statement though, because I don't need first-hand experience to know how much it can really, really screw with the lives of so many people.

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Postby Mr. N » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:10 pm UTC

Armadillo Al wrote:And go get a nap. Those never hurt anyone.


Tell that to my Uncle Ted who, while resting on a park bench in Central Park during the summer of 1982, was mauled by a group of nut-munching chipmunks.
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Postby SecondTalon » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:10 pm UTC

eternal luna wrote:Fess: despite the amount of respect I lost for my mother as a child every time she demonstrated her entrenched racism, parts of it seem to have sunk into me. :| It took me ten years to realise that "narrow eyes" in Russian was not actually the word for "Chinese".
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Postby 0xDEADBEEF » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:19 pm UTC

Mr. N wrote:
Armadillo Al wrote:And go get a nap. Those never hurt anyone.


Tell that to my Uncle Ted who, while resting on a park bench in Central Park during the summer of 1982, was mauled by a group of nut-munching chipmunks.


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Postby UnderRock » Mon Jul 27, 2009 6:32 pm UTC

'Fess: I was in a terrible mood, but tea and cookies will be nommed shortly
Related 'fess: while making tea I had the strongest urge to light the napkin I was drying my hands with on fire (using the stove). ...The complete lack of drive to do anything during the summer combined with there being very little to do in the first place has always been good at driving me nuts.

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Postby Lithium33 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:19 am UTC

Fess: I hate my fucking hormones. Making me all depressed and shit. Fuck you.

Fess: I hate it when there is other people in the same room as me when I am on the computer. I can't WAIT to get my laptop.
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Postby Ati » Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:29 am UTC

Fess: reading the last transmission of the Mars Phoenix lander is making me tear up a little.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby zipper-chan » Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:34 am UTC

I am down to my second last tea-bag which I am using up right now. I am pretty sure I will go crazy in the time between tea-bags. Lets all hope its a short duration of time.

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Postby SummerGlauFan » Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:30 am UTC

Fess: I should be asleep for my interview tomorrow, but I cannot go to sleep. I am instead on the Internet, waiting for a friend to get on, and bored out of my mind.

Seriously, nothing is holding my interest right now.
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Postby Zohar » Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:39 am UTC

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