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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10500 on: June 06, 2022, 03:05:57 PM »
When I was like 5 or 6, I went over to hang at my friend's house. His mom answered the door and welcomed me in, but informed me that he was in the shower. I guess she figured I would just head to his room, but no one had ever told me that you shouldn't walk in on a person showering, so I just waltzed into the bathroom and started talking about what video games I had brought over while he panicked and yelled at me to leave. I confusedly did and just sat in his room for a bit before he came out and told me not to do that ever again. I didn't get why he was mad about it, but shrugged it off and we had a fun playing games all afternoon.
i love skateboarding all the time, but sometimes i wish i was one of those douchebags who hangs out with hot girls and parties every week

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10501 on: June 10, 2022, 10:45:03 PM »
When i was in my teens i was spending the night at my homies house and we were playing oblivion on his pc. My homie was changing and i was fucking around killing npcs and my homie came up behind me to give me a tip on how to play the game or whatever and he got his cock stuck in the chair. For reference, this was a Windsor style chair, (ex. below), and his cock was stuck in between the spokes? of the chair. He was super embarrassed and didn't want me to look, so i just had to sit there and try act like shit was normal while my friend attempted to free his trapped member from the chair. We also were eating corn dogs, and I'd be lying if i didn't say that i still have a subconscious aversion to them to this day because of this weird memory


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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10502 on: June 11, 2022, 08:44:16 AM »
When i was in my teens i was spending the night at my homies house and we were playing oblivion on his pc. My homie was changing and i was fucking around killing npcs and my homie came up behind me to give me a tip on how to play the game or whatever and he got his cock stuck in the chair. For reference, this was a Windsor style chair, (ex. below), and his cock was stuck in between the spokes? of the chair. He was super embarrassed and didn't want me to look, so i just had to sit there and try act like shit was normal while my friend attempted to free his trapped member from the chair. We also were eating corn dogs, and I'd be lying if i didn't say that i still have a subconscious aversion to them to this day because of this weird memory



no way, how does shit like this happen

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10503 on: June 11, 2022, 08:50:36 AM »
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When i was in my teens i was spending the night at my homies house and we were playing oblivion on his pc. My homie was changing and i was fucking around killing npcs and my homie came up behind me to give me a tip on how to play the game or whatever and he got his cock stuck in the chair. For reference, this was a Windsor style chair, (ex. below), and his cock was stuck in between the spokes? of the chair. He was super embarrassed and didn't want me to look, so i just had to sit there and try act like shit was normal while my friend attempted to free his trapped member from the chair. We also were eating corn dogs, and I'd be lying if i didn't say that i still have a subconscious aversion to them to this day because of this weird memory


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Hate to say it but I think something else was going on

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10504 on: June 20, 2022, 10:16:19 PM »
was staying at my in-laws house and they had like 4 remotes for the TV and I can't be bothered to learn how it works so I just hand them to my gf. Am I old now?

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10505 on: June 20, 2022, 10:51:11 PM »
was staying at my in-laws house and they had like 4 remotes for the TV and I can't be bothered to learn how it works so I just hand them to my gf. Am I old now?

4 remotes? I have two but still let the wife handle them mostly.  ;D
why come?

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10506 on: June 21, 2022, 04:50:43 PM »
I dont know If I mentioned it before. But life seems hard and I dont feel like im progressing in life and society and can connect like everyone else. Besides being difficult to make or keep friends its been hard in the job/career world. All I know is failure. At least before I had the motivation to keep trying, and applying, but hope and motivation has dwindled away.  I came to the realization that Im likely on the spectrum. The weird thing is I feel like I have been progressively getting worse.

On a positive note I guess.. I started smoking weed more regularly and it kind helps for a few hours. I diamond handed my stocks, during the downturn and have faith my portfolio will grow. I feel like its almost my child, plant,or pet I check up on often; sounds regular, I know.

I'm sorry that you're going through it. Maybe weed isn't the best thing for you right now. Short term reliefs like drinking, cannabis, or other substances used as a crutch are just band aids and they will have a biological snapback to them.

It's okay to fail. Failure is great. Failure is essential to growth. It shows you are trying! I can relate to most of what you're saying in your post, especially when it comes to feeling like you're overwhelming with failure after failure. It will make those feelings of success and achieving goals that much more meaningful. You will learn what real gratitude is.

Keep going. I believe in you!!!


My confession: I've lost many people, two of them being the type of friend you can count on one hand, in the last 3 - 5 years. My best friend to suicide, another to a senseless murder, countless others to overdose. I'm dealing with feelings of survivor's guilt, especially because I've had many swift passings with the possibility of death. I've been questioning why I'm still here, what my purpose is, why do I exist in the first place?

I really really really miss my friends, and just lost another yesterday. I especially miss my buddy who took his own life a few years ago. I've cried over him less over the years, but even then I still sob every few months. I know that loss is a part of life but it just keeps getting worse. Even my mom said to me this morning that she has never known someone my age to go through so much loss. I also lost my father at 16.

Fuck.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10507 on: June 27, 2022, 06:59:06 PM »
confession time

I have probably had the worst skate career out of anyone

I got sponsored by a small company when i was 13 and rode for them on and off until i was 18-19 because they went out of business a couple times then came back and re sponsored me, Im 25 now and its been atleast 2-3 years since ive skated I have a fresh board sitting there but I just dont feel like i should bother the fun of skating has kind of been taken away from me though i still lurk slap and watch every new skate video on thrasher it just doesnt feel the same

The company i skated for made my whole skate crew dislike/tease me saying it was like skating for a charity
even though i got a box of 15 decks a month and got my homie on the team and we could skate better than all of them

 Ive seen one guy on here always talking shit about me, my homie and old sponsor if you are reading this wee fella suck my willy


I have had anxiety for the last 5 years and its quite hard to deal with finding a job, I smoke too much weed yet im trying to get a medical prescription for it after failing a rdt losing my licence for a month and a decent fine

My dog passed away about a month ago and ive cried everyday since

I drink way too much beer


Quit smoking and drinking.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #10508 on: June 28, 2022, 09:48:37 PM »
I was just out skating and there was a homeless woman nearby. For some reason she stripped naked while I was there. At first I was disgusted, but then I got strangely turned on by it. When I got home I jerked off to her. WTF is wrong with me.

Glad I checked this thread. Dam! I saw a naked man around the corner from my apartment last week. Naked for like 5 mins then opened the trunk of his car to get dressed. Wasnít arouse tho but I saw another woman nude months ago. She had a large backside that would have been pleasant under other circumstances

Also to answer slikk. Therapy and cutting off parents/family members has helped me enjoy life. Knowing your value can be difficult but tolerating abuse isnít ok. Something I had to learn. I know every situation is different etc but just speaking from my experience

Edit: I also moved away from my hometown and family. Which is challenging too but Iím sure cutting off family can be hard when youíre in the same town.

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