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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:44 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:48 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it

So am I, but then irrational fears like they'll react totally opposite to what I expect come up. But it won't make a difference if I tell them or not anyways..

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:50 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it

So am I, but then irrational fears like they'll react totally opposite to what I expect come up. But it won't make a difference if I tell them or not anyways..

if the thought starts to bother you, though it is good to tell them
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:50 PM

dear obnoxious dog barking and child shouting down the block,
shut the hell up!!!!!!
both of you
please!!!
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:52 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it

So am I, but then irrational fears like they'll react totally opposite to what I expect come up. But it won't make a difference if I tell them or not anyways..

Wait--you were telling yourself to tell them, but you don't think it makes a difference whether you do? :huh: Maybe I missed something.... Anyway, good luck if/when you do tell them. :)
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:55 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it

my parents would like, ignore me if I told them I was bi.

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:57 PM

Wait--you were telling yourself to tell them, but you don't think it makes a difference whether you do? :huh: Maybe I missed something.... Anyway, good luck if/when you do tell them. :)

Yeah, it's kinda strange. It doesn't affect anything really but it's better if they know because what if I start going out with another girl at some point? But it's not a big deal at the moment, not so important for them to know right now.

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 05:58 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

Yarp.

i'm sure they'll be fine with it

my parents would like, ignore me if I told them I was bi.

Like shun you? Or just be Ok with it? Or pretend they never heard you say it?

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"MMMMN PRIINCESS BUBBLEGUM,

WE ARE STARVING, IMMEDIATELY SEND US ALL OF YOUR CANDY. HOW DARE YOU.

OURS,

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 06:09 PM

Wait--you were telling yourself to tell them, but you don't think it makes a difference whether you do? :huh: Maybe I missed something.... Anyway, good luck if/when you do tell them. :)

Yeah, it's kinda strange. It doesn't affect anything really but it's better if they know because what if I start going out with another girl at some point? But it's not a big deal at the moment, not so important for them to know right now.

Oh, right--I see what you mean. I guess it would be nice to have it over with, but it's probably hard to find the "right" time to tell them.
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 06:11 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

Yarp.

i'm sure they'll be fine with it

my parents would like, ignore me if I told them I was bi.

Like shun you? Or just be Ok with it? Or pretend they never heard you say it?

they'd pretend they never heard me say it

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 06:31 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

Yarp.

i'm sure they'll be fine with it

my parents would like, ignore me if I told them I was bi.

Like shun you? Or just be Ok with it? Or pretend they never heard you say it?

they'd pretend they never heard me say it

:(

I think my parents would probably have been like that, too. (Not that it was ever that big a deal for me--it was only an issue for the few months I was in love with a woman.) It would have made them so uncomfortable, I think they would have just kept their mouths shut in a strained, unnatural way.
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 07:51 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

sexuality?

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i'm sure they'll be fine with it

my parents would like, ignore me if I told them I was bi.

Like shun you? Or just be Ok with it? Or pretend they never heard you say it?

they'd pretend they never heard me say it

:(

I think my parents would probably have been like that, too. (Not that it was ever that big a deal for me--it was only an issue for the few months I was in love with a woman.) It would have made them so uncomfortable, I think they would have just kept their mouths shut in a strained, unnatural way.

yeah i think mine would be like lindsay lohan's parents :P

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 08:18 PM

And tell your parents. It's bound to get to them at some point, better if they hear it from you. You don't know how they'll react, sure, but it's better for it to be out there. I doubt it'll really affect them much. They may have even considered you are based on your mannerisms and likes and dislikes. It's not like it'll ruin your lives or you'll be any different once they know, you're not changing the way you act in front of them. You're not abnormal, you know that and have from the beginning. Scared of your dad? He really won't have issue with it, I'm sure. It doesn't change anything really. If he does get up in arms about it, question him.

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Proceed with caution... and be prepared to answer a lot of questions.

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 06:10 AM

Dear antibodies,

please fight off this cold, it sucks :Sick:

kthnx, Ellen



Dear Everyone,

Thanks so much for your concern, but I'd really like you to stop giving me half-baked advice and medicines. I really don't want them. I really don't want to take drugs to treat a symptom, when sleep and plenty of fluids will correct the condition. (Also, I don't think you're really qualified - sorry. I do know how many medical tv shows you watch.)

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 11:15 AM

Dear antibodies,

please fight off this cold, it sucks :Sick:

kthnx, Ellen



Dear Everyone,

Thanks so much for your concern, but I'd really like you to stop giving me half-baked advice and medicines. I really don't want them. I really don't want to take drugs to treat a symptom, when sleep and plenty of fluids will correct the condition. (Also, I don't think you're really qualified - sorry. I do know how many medical tv shows you watch.)

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 04:40 PM

Dear XYZ,
Why am I the only one you chose to ignore? What the hell else do I have to do to get you to respond to something I say? Am I so painfully boring or stupid that you can't even pretend to care what I'm saying? You're kind of a dick and I regret ever meeting you.
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Posted 23 September 2008 - 06:06 PM

dear parents,
i'm working. a stupid job. i'm not drinking, doing drugs, shopping or slacking. i'm working! sorry i'm not home when i say i will be! sheesh.
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Posted 23 September 2008 - 06:34 PM



Dear All the Close Minded Teachers in my School,
I can't fucking BELIEVE you think the picture in the yearbook of the two girls with their hands in their back pockets "promotes lesbianism". And even if it did, what the FUCK is wrong with that. You're hypocritical, close minded pricks who preach that "love an acceptance" is God's way yet go against everything you say.

But I guess I'm just living in "the real world".

-your school's hard working, dedicated 2009 yearbook editor who you give no fucking respect to.

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:41 PM


I can't fucking BELIEVE you think the picture in the yearbook of the two girls with their hands in their back pockets "promotes lesbianism".

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Is the hands-in-back-pockets thing ever used as a lesbian code thing? If not, I am really interested in knowing how these teachers explained their interpretation.
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Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:48 PM


I can't fucking BELIEVE you think the picture in the yearbook of the two girls with their hands in their back pockets "promotes lesbianism".

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Is the hands-in-back-pockets thing ever used as a lesbian code thing? If not, I am really interested in knowing how these teachers explained their interpretation.

I have never heard of any such thing being a lesbian refference.




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