November 8, 2012

Secret Squirrel Business


Ash from Miss Directions and Rhiannon from Vanilla Bliss asked me if I was interested in doing a blog post which is purely for the anonymous comments – to air your dirtiest secrets, and stay anonymous!



Living in Yellow recently did this and the comments posted are too good not to share. 

I am stealing her explanation of the game: 

So today, guess what we are doing here?
We are sharing our secrets anonymously.
So you pass gas in public on a regular basis? Sweat out of your shirts every day? Stole lip gloss from a store? Voted for Scott Disick for President? Think your sister’s husband is a better fit for you?

Tell us. Nobody will know it was you. Promise.

And real quick—spread the word on this. The more comments, the more fun this is going to be.
I encourage you to check back regularly to read what all of you freak shows have to say ;)
And don’t worry…I will be dropping in a few comments (secrets) of my own periodically.
This is going to be good…real good. Don’t let me down now….spill all.


The only secrets I don’t want to know is if they are genuinely sick or involve murder etc. Keep that for the confession box!

Hopefully somebody has something to contribute… and go!



676 comments:

  1. I pick my nose and fart in secret, but I act disgusted when my bf does it. Lol.

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  2. Ok, I am sleeping with a married man who is reeeeeaaaalllly high up in the same sector I work in. And 15 years older than me. And an arrogant A hole. And not even hugely attractive.

    And I have no freakin idea why I am still sleeping with him whenever we are in the same town. (Although of course I had no idea he was married when we started!).

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  3. I'm engaged, but have consistent dreams about someone else that I used to see.

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  4. I had a bit of a reputation for being a giant flirt through university and many people assumed I was sleeping with a whole bunch of guys...but I was a virgin until I was 24 and met my life partner.

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  5. I can do the best fanny farts. Period haha

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    1. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA

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  6. I fantasise about other people when having sex with my bf. Sometimes women.
    And it literally takes so much self-restraint to not sleep with one of our friends, who I'm pretty sure would want to.

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  7. I pretend I have a whole bunch of fantastic friends but in reality I have none & I'm completely depressed over it.

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    1. I feel the same sometimes.

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    2. So do I . We should start a club ;)

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    3. Original poster here..... Anon #3 what should we call it? ;)

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    4. Haha Mez. I wonder sometimes what it'd be like to know you. Your life is everything I wanted in mine. And mine is so completely different.

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    5. Joining the club on this one :(

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    6. I'm anon 3 :) I've got nothing! Anyone's welcome to join our little club though haha

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    7. Completely new person, and me four. I

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    8. Me too. I always think how empty my bridal shower, wedding, funeral would be. Only family would be attending.

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    9. I feel exactly the same.

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    10. Having family around is 100000 better than having fairweather friends around x

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  8. I love squeezing other people's zits and blackheads.

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  9. I like the smell of my own farts, and i look at the toilet paper after i do a poo

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  10. i'm 23 years old and never been kissed. i'm not a supermodel but i don't think i'm hideous either. it gets me down cos i think i must just have an awful personality. :'(

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    1. I was 24 and had never been kissed. The guy I ended up kissing turned out to be, to this day, the hottest guy I've ever known/seen in real life. He was super nice to boot, and we ended up going out (he's an ex now). Seriously, My friends still refer to him as 'X, the hottest black man in the world'. Haha.
      :)

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  11. I cannot STAND my partner's sister. Worse of all, she has breast cancer and I have no sympathy for her. I swear I am not a horrible person - I have tried to change my feeling but I can't.

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  12. For years I lied about my university degree on resume's. I got jobs in the same sector as my degree, without actually having a degree.

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    1. intersting ;)

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    2. But how did you explain that in interviews/in your job? I would be worried that I would be expected to know a whole lotta stuff relating to that degree!

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  13. I settled. I didn't mean to. It just kinda happened. He's the best choice. But my heart doesn't agree.

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  14. ^ I'm somewhat the same. I have lots of acquaintances and some friends, but I have no really close friends. If I ever got married and you asked me who I would have in my bridal party, I wouldn't be able to tell you. It is a bit depressing, because I don't think I'm an unlikeable person!

    My secret is I have trichotillomania, a mental health condition where people pull out their hair. It's not at the point where it's obvious, but there are little patches here and there. I've been doing it for 11 years and can't stop. I haven't told anyone, not even my partner, as I'm much too embarrassed.

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    1. Oh my god! I totally have trichotillomania too, but I didn't even know what it was before now.
      Thank you so much for posting.

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    2. I used to have trichs too!

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    3. I'm the original poster; I'm so glad I'm not the only one! My triggers are stress, usually uni work related :(
      Anon 2, does that mean you conquered it? If so, how did you do it?

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    4. Yes, I have. I had it when I was about 10 - 15. I was under a lot of stress and was being sexually abused at the time. I do have other mental health condition, but please. Stay strong. I know the urge. I conquered. You get speak to a professional about it, you can get a mental health exam from your GP :) and then get some free counselling :) My thoughts are with you.

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    5. Yes, please do tell Anon 2!
      I have no idea what my triggers are, but usually when I'm driving or using the computer (all the time at work) I will suddenly realise I've been doing it.
      Driving me insane.
      I'm the first Anon reply by the way.

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    6. I am anon 2, my reply is just above posted at 3.29. Did you also know it can be genetic? Please see someone and don't be ashamed anymore.

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  15. I too pretend I have this great circle of friends when in reality I can't really stand any of my girlfriends, they all tend to give me the shits lol. I also have been pretending to my partner that I am still on the "quit smoking" bandwagon when in reality I have fallen off it and just make sure I do it in secret, this one makes me feel quite guilty.

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  16. I fantasize about being with my fiancé's best friend

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  17. my boyfriend thinks i was a virgin when we first had sex.

    i actually lost it at 16 to a guy i barely knew because it was the cool thing to do at the time.

    my high school friends know and i pray that it never gets out.

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  18. I like anal sex better than normal sex.

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  19. I live a double life. I present myself as one very different thing to my co-workers but am completely otherwise outside of work.
    It was supposed to make life easier but really it's becoming impossible.

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  20. I have two friends and I am pretty sure one doesn't even like hanging out with me because she never makes the plans to. I have to.

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  21. I am dying to have a baby but my family and friends don't understand how I feel because I am only 25. I am always so jealous of those around me who are pregnant.

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    1. Same. I'm 26, been with my partner for 5 years give or take, everyone around me is either engaged, married, pregnant or has a child and I'm incredibly jealous! :(
      I keep getting told not to compare my life to others, but I can't help it!

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    2. Me too. I am most worried what my work colleagues would think of me. Oh, and I am a bit younger than you.

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    3. Just wanted to say, whenever you and your partner are ready is all that matters.

      Imagine how my friends etc reacted when I got engaged at 20, married at 22 and pregnant at 23. It doesn't matter what other people think, but I know that is easier said than done.

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    4. Out of curiousity Mez, how did they react? Did you have any arguments with friends over any of these things because of your age, or because of S's?

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    5. Before my family met him they were not happy with the thought of me dating somebody 10 years older than me (me 18 and him 28.

      Most of my friends were fine with it but the few that said "You are wasting your life, your life will be over the day you get married etc etc etc" and not in a trying to help way, but a mean way, were swiftly cut out of my life to be honest.

      I never had the same interests of smoking weed and binge drinking EVERY weekend as them anyway.

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    6. How did work colleagues react Mez? All the people I work with get married late 20's early 30's.

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    7. Only a handful of people at work have ever said anything, and they just expressed surprise at me being engaged when I started, nothing really negative.

      I think that if I had a 'career' as opposed to being a receptionist people might react differently though! Some people just write you off when you say you are a receptionist in my opinion.

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    8. Good on you Mez for not letting those so called 'friends' get the best of you!!
      They're just jealous coz they'll probably never find a man like yours!

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    9. I'm a receptionist to and I totally think people think less of you when you tell them that you are one!

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    10. Almost 4 years ago a friend of mine told me that I was getting “boring and settled” because I enjoyed spending time with my boyfriend and other friends doing things like dinners and movies, rather than going out every weekend, staying out late and getting plastered with “the group”. This person, and a few other people who used to be friends, are friends no longer (for this reason and others).

      People who judge you for how you live your life aren’t worth having in your life.

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    11. To the first anonymous, I know how you feel. But I've come around to thinking ... there's got to be one in the group who does it first. Why not me.

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    12. To the anon that posted at 3:00pm, I'm totally the same. I would much rather go out to dinner/coffee/relax than stay out late partying! I cant stand the thought of clubbing! People think I'm lame when I tell them this! Unfortunately though, these people are still my friends. Because I value them..

      Oh, and re: the receptionist thing. I'm a receptionist too, and I reckon people look down on you when you tell them your job! But in reality, I dont even have to do much work - while they are all stressing out about deadlines, I'm loving life and shopping online and reading blogs! Amd getting paid for it! mwahahaha

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  22. When I first met and started dating my current boyfriend, I already had a boyfriend. While I wasn't sleeping with my current boyfriend at the time, I was doing anything else with him; kissing, going out, developing feelings, etc.
    This went on for about 5 weeks, before my then-boyfriend broke up with me (blessing in disguise?!). None of them know I was cheating on the other, over 5 years later.

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  23. I fantasise about sleeping with my old boss, he's married, not attractive and not a nice person. But ... I still do it.

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  24. My husband and I started as an affair. We used to hook up in his marital home when the wife was out of town.

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  25. I'm 21 and still a virgin

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    1. me to. You're not alone!

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  26. I'm giving up something I love because it costs too much, apparently.

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    1. What are you giving up?

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    2. owning/riding horses.

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    3. Never, ever give up what you love. If you love it that much fight for it

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  27. I watch porn and I have a fetish for erotic massage videos! Instant turn on ;)

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  28. I made out multiple times with a good friend's boyfriend, and we even told each other that we loved one another. My current boyfriend (it happened before he came onto the scene) is friends with both of them and I haven't told him about it. We are all still in the same group of friends and I am so worried that it's all going to come out.

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  29. I am somewhat similar with the friend thing. I have 2 or 3 really good friends (who I see quite often but separately) and a handful of people I catch up with every few months, but nothing in between. I find myself telling people at work that I’ve gone to BBQs, birthdays etc. on weekends with groups of people because I feel like they’ll think I’m a loser if I tell them I’m always doing things with my boyfriend or just 1 friend at a time.

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  30. Its quite regular for me now to plot how I would end my life.

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    1. I know this is anonymous and all, but if you ever need someone to talk to you can talk to me.

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    2. I seem like a together person but I plot how to end my life too. No one who ever guess.

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    3. This is the number for Lifeline 13 11 14 x x

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    4. double ditto..

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    5. I'm the original poster. I don't think I would go through with it, but its comforting to know that if it gets to bad then I've got a way out

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    6. I am not anywhere near qualified to even be talking on this subject but I just wanted to say that I genuininely hope that you never think life will get so bad that you need to end your life - I bet that there are SO many people who care for you and love you so much, even if it is hard to see it sometimes.

      Nothing is ever not able to be repaired, somebody can always help.

      As I have said, you can all always contact me via email/twitter/facebook etc and I will reply to you!

      As has been said - the number for lifeline is 13 11 14 and the Childrens Help Line (ages up to 25) is 1800 55 1800

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    7. I actually work in psychology and am doing my psych degree, I think that is what makes it harder to seek help.

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  31. I'm scared that I will stuff up my children's lives by being a bad parent

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  32. I was finding your blog a bit boring with the baby things and wedding dress drama but now I like , it's like the old you is back.

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    1. Appreciate the honesty. I do just blog about what is current in my life, and when that involves going to work every day, coming home, going to bed REPEAT it can get a bit boring.

      I must warn you though - the baby posts are not over :P

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    2. Haha I love that this was your secret, whoever you are.
      Classic.

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  33. I get really bad tummy cramps and diarrhoea when I am nervous. It sucks.

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    1. That's anxiety. I get it too.

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    2. ME TOO. I thought I was the only one. This issue prevents me from going out alot because I have social anxiety and the nervousness instantly turns to cramps/diarrhea and its so embarrasing when it happens infront of friends.

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    3. I'm the original poster. I do have a bad anxiety disorder. I also sometimes vomit when I get panic attacks... Atleast I know I am not alone.

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    4. Im anon #2. Sometimes I wish I had normal panic attacks like not being able to breathe, feeling faint, etc, rather than the irritable bowel syndrome-like symptoms. Way less awkward.
      But I'm overcoming my anxiety, slowly. It used to be so bad that I would cry if I had to leave the house to go out somewhere, for absolutely no reason! I think what helped me though was facing my fear with supportive people. As long as I had someone by my side telling me "its okay if we have to stop at 10 petrol stations on the way to use the toilet" or "as soon as you feel anxious, we can go home" .. I never thought I would get over it, and I havent completely, but its much less worse than it used to be.

      I also have a fear of going for a run outside of my house (even though there are beautiful running paths) because there are no toilets and what if I need to go to the toilet...thats my current anxiety issue..

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  34. I used to phone my boyfriend's ex in the middle of the night just to wake her up and ruin her night's sleep.

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    1. Hahahahaha I love this!!!!!!

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    2. Haha same! It's terrible, but in a hilarious kind of way!

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    3. LOL this is gold

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  35. I have a mild eating disorder and am always comparing myself to other women and thinking "Am I bigger or thinner than her?"

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    1. Have you spoken to your GP about it? I don't know how these things work but hopefully they can nip it in the bud before it becomes extreme xx

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  36. I hide junk food and binge eat secretly

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    1. Me too! and I used to still be a pretty good weight with it but now I am not :( gained 10 kg in like 3 months through binging!

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  37. I met my fiance while secretly working as a sex worker and we tell everyone we met online on a dating site.

    I'm jealous of your life Mez and everything I read on here makes me hate mine and feel like a failure and reminds me I am too old to have a baby and would be a shit parent even if I had one.

    I cry watching anything animal related, even if it's a happy ending because I feel more sympathy for humans than animsls

    Ohhh and I also pick my nose when I can't blow the mucus out. Why else would our fingers be designed to fit up there? :-P

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    1. "Ohhh and I also pick my nose when I can't blow the mucus out. Why else would our fingers be designed to fit up there? :-P"

      Hahahahaha I just spat my drink all over my keyboard!!

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    2. I don't think my life is anything to be jealous of, I am the same as any other girl out there. Of course I go through a lot in my life that I don't publicise on here so not everything is roses and lollipops I tell you!
      I'm sorry if reading my blog makes you feel bad though. That would never be my intention.

      I don't think that you would be a bad parent - all you would need to do would love your baby, and it sounds as if you would.

      I totally blow my nose in the shower when it's blocked - there is no other way. Ha.

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    3. I pick my nose too. My dirty little habit. Usually in the bathroom but my biggest fear is I will forget and do it in public...

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  38. I think my partners religion is a load of bullshit. I think all religion is bullshit actually. Why not form your own ideas about right and wrong instead of being dictated by something that doesn't exist. Sorry, dont mean to offend anyone.

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    1. Me too. I just don't understand religion.

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    2. Couldn't agree with you more! x

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    3. ahh I'm so glad you guys agree!!

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  39. I facebook stalk my ex best friend from high school. I want my life to be better than hers because she hurt me so much. Oh & I am secretly happy that she's getting fat.


    PS Totes fun idea Mez

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    1. I fb stalk my boyfriend's ex and I send unflattering fb photos of her to my friends so we can mock her.

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    2. I stalk my ex boyfriends new girlfriend & assess if I'm better looking.

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    3. My friends & I all stalk a few people on facebook & message each other mocking their photos & status updates.

      I'm happy when I see that people from school (who havent recently given birth) are fat. One bully in particular used to call me fat, but I stayed a size 10, whilst she has aged badly & put on loads of weight.

      I feel like such a cow for posting this. I'm really not a mean person!

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    4. I do the same thing!

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    5. You are in good company =)
      I get a lot of satisfaction out of it as I have worked hard to be who I am and where I am.

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  40. I often wonder if I even have the ability to be happy. I have no reason not to be happy but I'm just not.

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    1. I often wonder if I stay unhappy because it is easier and comfortable than trying to be happy and failing.

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    2. Have you thought about mentioning this to your GP?

      EVERYONE deserves to be happy, I promise you.

      I went through school and uni expecting to fail so that when I didn't fail it was a happy surprise - that is how I used to live my life haha.

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    3. Yeah I am seeing a psychologist, so I am working on it - it just sometimes seems insurmountable, I am hoping one day it won't be.

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    4. I'm happy to hear that - every step helps.

      My secret: I had never heard of the word insurmountable before you posted it!!

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  41. I kind of hate my best friend. But I don't feel like I can cut her out as our lives are so intertwined, and as I only have like 3 friends I feel like I can't just 'waste' one. That sounds terrible!

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    1. No way, cull her. She isn't adding anything and two amazing friends is better than 2 plus a dud.

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  42. I just realised i've had an eating disorder for 15 years.
    I hate myself so much but I have no idea why.
    When I'm driving and get in my 'moods' I have to reptitively talk myself out of smashing into a pole, tree.It takes huge restraint to not do anything stupid.
    I hope one day there comes a moment in my life where I say "Aren't you glad you didn't kill yourself because else you'd be missing out on this'

    I also keep deleting this because I feel like writing it out makes it more real.

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    1. I hope you can talk to someone about this x

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    2. If you are ever feeling out of contril like that you should call life line 13 11 14.

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    3. Sometimes saying these things out loud, or in your case - typing them online can be the straw that breaks the camels back and makes you realises that you may in fact need to talk to a professional.

      You don't have to say it to your GP but there are many help lines available for such a thing.

      I keep repeating this, I am not qualified in this sort of stuff, BUT I can promise you that there are so many people who love you and would do anything to help you. I promise. I am (maybe?) a stranger and I would be happy to help you if you came to me for help.

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  43. Since I got married I have absolutely no sex drive. Nada, zip, zero, zilch!

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    1. I'm not even married, but been with my partner for 10 years and this started about 7 years into the relationship :s

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  44. I would tell you something good BUT there is NO such thing as being/staying anonymous on the net. Sorry, I will keep my secrets to myself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    But thanks for the invite though

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    1. Yes there is! Maybe when you visit this blog it tracks your location but no one can ever know it was you that left a comment - thats why it says "anonymous!"

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  45. I know I need to see/talk to someone about the traumatic birth of my son. Every night in bed I have flashbacks, and its just horrible. I feel I should be over it by now, 11months on, but I cant stop thinking about it. No one knows it cuts this deep...

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    1. I had a traumatic birth too - I understand what you are going through. If you decide on another birth can I recommend the book "Birth Journeys"- it's Australian. It is amazing and empowering.

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    2. Hey you really should go to your GP and get a psychology referral, you can get 6 free sessions. It sounds like you have post traumatic stress disorder and that is definitely something you can get help for.

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  46. I'm sitting here hitting "refresh" hoping someone will reply to my earlier comment but no-one has! haha

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  47. I think my Nephews name is really bogan and won't call him by it. I've given him a nickname just so I don't have to use his real name.

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    1. this makes me laugh.

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    2. Love this! What is it?

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  48. So, you have a go at people being mean in anonymous comments but it's totally fine for people to bag out their friends and announce they are cheating on partners? Wow.

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    1. This is completely different and I think you know that.

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    2. I agree! How many of these people are the same ones who tell off others for being anonymous and being nasty?! Some people's secrets are all in good fun but some are horrible things they're doing! Mez this is really sad, I'm surprised at what you think is ok.

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    3. I have not said that I agree that all the things that are being said are ‘right’, in fact I am surprised at some of the things that people have admitted to.

      There have been a few that I haven’t approved to be honest with you.

      It seems like people are admitting to things that they never thought they would, hopefully it’s a bit cathartic for them. It is meant to be in good fun though.

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    4. It's different because Mez has to read all of the hurtful anonymous comments directed at her. The subjects of these comments will never know its about them

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    5. It is different. One is people commenting on blog posts, the other is people saying disgusting things about their friends and partners. I hope everyone saying horrible things are found out by the people who care about you!

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    6. Exactly right!

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    7. Yep, this is wrong. Not the original idea, but where it has gone for some people.

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    8. The point is to admit to things you feel guilty about and can't admit to. If someone admitted to being and online bully or troll I think that would still be a good thing. Admitting you have a problem is the first step to dealing with it.

      Same goes for doing 'horrible things'. Admitting is them acknowledging they've done the wrong thing.

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    9. Mez's blog. Mez's rules. I think this post is genuinely meant as a bit of fun ...

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    10. I love anonymous people on their anonymous high horses with no anonymous secrets what so ever :|

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    11. Oh, when I said "exactly right" it was in reference to the original post. Since then it got buried by other posts and looked like I was agreeing with someone else...awkward!

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  49. I used to check the phone of an ex. I caught him out quite a few times but was always too scared to say anything because I knew it was a horrible thing to do and I would be made the bad guy. I was too weak to leave him so I stayed only to have him eventually break up with me!

    We got back together a couple of times and had random hook-ups a couple of other times, which I kept secret from most people, until some mutual friends finally put their foot down and helped me see the light to stay away. I’m also pretty sure one of our ‘get back together’ periods overlaps with him dating his current girlfriend.

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  50. Oh, and I'd totally vote for Lord Disick for president.

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  51. I looove stirring up my partners mum because she is obsessed with us getting married. I get her hopes up and then crush them because I am a horrible person.
    Sadly, I am just as obsessed with marrying him and having his babies.
    Sometimes I even think about taking myself off the pill so we have an "accident" but in reality i would never do that as I am too afraid of "ruining" my body.
    I am such an idiot sometimes haha.

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    1. OMG I am also totally afraid of "ruining" my body! So selfish I know. But I dont care!
      I always imagine what it would be like to have babies with my partner but cannot ever bring myself to get pregnant or go through with a pregnancy. Sperm scares me! Ha

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    2. I have a hairy bum. And wonder if anyone else does.

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    3. haha! My partner is 6ft 5 and 110kgs. I am 56kg's and 5ft 5!
      Seriously wtf! haha
      ps Sperm scares me too! Never have a shower with sperm on your body. (that shit will stick to you!)

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    4. Wax ur butt cheeks! I do ;)

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    5. (hairy bum here) lmao. I do get them waxed and love the feeling afterwards, but just wondered in general if other people had this issue! haha.

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  52. sometimes reading blogs makes me feel jealous and bad about myself when I think their lives are perfect.

    Especially the ones where the bloggers have lovely clothes and hair and a baby.

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    1. I know exactly what you mean. I get jealous of the fitness blogs I read. I wish I was motivated enough to be like them. Fit, healthy and skinny.

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    2. Same here. I actually think this is more common then people generally let on ...

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    3. I feel like this too. It makes me feel bad about myself.

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    4. I think it happens to a lot of us, I read some blogs where their lives are seemingly so perfect but we just need to remember that a blogger only shows one side of their lives and that is the side they want you to see!

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  53. I am completely obsessed with a guy I had a one night stand with 2 months ago. I can't stop thinking about him but he lives in a different city so I know I won't ever see him again. I have temporarily disabled my Facebook account because I compulsively check his profile and then get upset when I see photos of him with other girls.

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  54. In my head I have a great life, am a massive party animal and have heaps of friends but in reality I haven't gone out for 5 weeks and can count my good friends on one hand. I'm 22 and feel like I'm wasting what is supposed to be the best years of my life.

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    1. I think that friends dwindle more and more every year as people grow up, move away, settle down, get focused on their career and their interests change etc. Nothing to beat your self up about, that much is for sure!!

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  55. I fall way too hard and quickly for guys, it's embarrassing.

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  56. I hate my feet and avoid situations where my feet will be on show like going to the beach..

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  57. i secretly had plastic surgery to change my belly button because i hated it so much.

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    1. Innie or outie?

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    2. wow! didn't know you could do that.

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    3. yep. the few people I have told haven't understood why so now i keep it a secret.

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  58. I've been with my boyfriend on & off for nearly 10 years. I love him, I fell in love with him the day I met him.
    But I also secretly like a childhood friend & knew he liked me, but I never reciprocated anything & now he has a girlfriend who posts cheesy 'love' posts on FB & tags him in them. I'm not really jealous, because I know i'm much hotter than her & she seems like a drip. My BF is successful but the childhood friend is rich. I'm not a gold digger, but money is a priority.

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  59. I often poo in public toilets and don't flush it.

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    1. OMG why??? I hate people like you!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. i hope this is a joke

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  60. I sometimes wish I could live your life, just for a day. My life is so bland is comparison.

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    1. Trust me, my life is also rather bland. I do the same things as everyone else - this is a typical day for me:

      Wake up
      Catch public transport
      Go to work
      Watch Ellen DeGeneres on my lunch break
      Catch public transport home
      Rustle up something (or buy take out) for dinner
      Fall asleep on the couch whilst The Husband watches something totally boring.

      Repeat :)

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  61. Also I don't understand why other women don't want to look pretty & feminine. I just don't get the '90s' androgyny boy hair look. It annoys me!

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  62. I love all your posts about your baby and pregnancy. I wish I could have afforded 1/8th of the things that you daughter has/is getting.

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    1. Thank you very much! I am sure that all of our other babies, if we are so lucky, will be using her hand me downs :)

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  63. I hacked into my ex- boyfriends (was then boyfriend) facebook so I could stalk his ex-girlfriend and read his messages. When we did break up I still looked in to find out what he was doing overseas. It got too intense for me so I had to change the password, so he would then change it again so I couldn't access.

    His password to his email is still the same......

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  64. I really enjoy your blog, but I am concerned that one day, when you are older, you might regret revealing some of the personal stories that you have shared. I am thinking of the wedding dress cleaning situation with your mother in law...

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    1. I hope not. I think people may have taken my blunt hysteria the wrong way perhaps, I would never say anything to hurt my mother in law - she treats me like the daughter she never had and really did try and tackle the dress with love.

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  65. (I think) I have social anxiety but the thought of seeing a GP about it terrifies me. I haven't been to a GP, dentist or even a hair dresser for years. I am behind on my tax returns but freeze up even thinking about seeing an accountant. I'm now unemployed after graduating last year (with really great grades) and my anxiety is making it very hard to find work, even approaching old bosses and work mates for references is petrifying.

    I think I'm pretty good at disguising it once I'm in a situation so most people I know probably have no idea but the idea of putting myself into those situations by choice is something I won't even consider.

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    1. What if you rang a help line? That way you don't have to see someone face to face at least!

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    2. I have been in your position - maybe take things in small steps. Like for one, just make the doctors appointment, then take things from there.

      Talking to your GP will really help, it will be confronting a lot of the time, but thats what over coming anxiety is all about - confronting your fears.

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    3. I've been there too - I can't get a job...can't go to the hairdresser etc. I'm on medication for anxiety, it does help :)

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  66. Im 22 with a boyfriend 10 years older. My friends and family always make me feel like i could do 'better' and won't accept him.

    They all tell me i should be out 'partying' and spending 'the best years of my life' with people my own age. I now feel pressure to have these 'amazing years' even though i've never enjoyed partying at all and am quite happy to have a quiter life.

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  67. Some days I really dislike my co worker so much & wish I could punch her in the face. Like today.

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    1. Don't do it - she may punch you back twice as hard.

      Jokes aside, we all feel like that sometimes!

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    2. I'm way stronger than her. Ha ha.

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    3. People may suprise you Anon.

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  68. I have a hairy upper lip and chin. I tried laser hair removal and it didn't work...so I pluck the big ass chin hairs and shave my upper lip and chin like a man - I feel like such a man sometimes.

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    1. I have my upper lip threaded every 2-3 weeks!! It is the worst pain known to man kind.

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  69. i have an ever growing list of the surgeries i want to have to make me more attractive.

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  70. I feel like all the major things in my life are falling into place ! I am finally happy...with the exception of having no close friends & not knowing how to make new ones ?

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  71. I feel liberated and fantastic when i have occasional one night stands but tend to keep it to myself as I think other people might change their opinions of me.

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