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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby CueBall » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:45 am UTC

Sp00n wrote:Hello and welcome.

Don't try the soup.


Fess: I tried the soup. Someone mercy kill me. I don't look good with tentacles.


But... I like soup!
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Helios471 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:55 am UTC

In echochamber the soup is like.... bleh it's just not worth it.

EDIT: I missed the better part of grammar in my sentence. What the hell was I thinking?
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby CueBall » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:58 am UTC

Well, it's good to know that before I was dissapointed. Thankyou.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Helios471 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:11 pm UTC

I can definately recommend the desserts though. Everyone loves the desserts.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby CueBall » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:13 pm UTC

Ooh! What choices are there?
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Helios471 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:15 pm UTC

Confession: I'm dense, I was looking at cueball's avatar wondering what it was.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Sp00n » Mon Apr 27, 2009 12:51 pm UTC

CueBall wrote:Ooh! What choices are there?

Shoe, with a light covering of icing sugar.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Hyphe » Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:15 pm UTC

I can bake biscuits and cakes and meringues and pie and tarts and muffins and fancies and brownies and puddings and...

I really miss cooking. Cooking is good fun. :3

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Postby Fledermen64 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 2:05 pm UTC

My worst nightmare is the dream where I have the girl I want and I'm just holding her for dear life. Like I know that if I let go for a second the whole world will revert to normal. Its not necessarily the most frightening at the time. In fact at the time its rather nice. Its just the only one that still hurts afterward. It makes me feel my isolation. Fuck.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Pez Dispens3r » Mon Apr 27, 2009 2:39 pm UTC

Mine is mostly the same, except it's not about holding her per se. It's just I meet that girl (she's somewhat different each time), and we're smiling at each other and everything feels...warm. Maybe we kiss, or something... it doesn't really matter because it's implied it will come later anyway. But then I wake up and my heart just sinks when I realise it never even happened.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby podbaydoor » Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:08 pm UTC

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby SDIX » Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:40 pm UTC

damn you savory sesame sticks! damn you for being so irresistably tasty, so delectably crunchy, so mouth-wateringly delicious. damn you! damnomnomnomnomnomnomnomdammitnomnomdamnomnomitnomnomnomyounomnom :sigh:

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby DJorgensen » Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:48 pm UTC

Awwwe Hyphe, you can cook for me <3

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby nsmjohn » Mon Apr 27, 2009 5:11 pm UTC

Confession: I did it again, I walked away from a place, where I had established myself (if loosely), for no real reason. Now I am back for no real reason and not sure if I intend on staying.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby CueBall » Mon Apr 27, 2009 5:47 pm UTC

Confession: I really, really ought to work now...
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Nemphael » Mon Apr 27, 2009 7:58 pm UTC

... So... when I bring up the subject of me moving, she can just ditch talking about it "because it makes her feel bad"? But her being kamikaze-like with a simple "Don't go... I*LL KILL YOU IF YOU DO *ThenSuddenlyLeave*" is oooh, so okay?

No, seriously, I support her going to Japan and all, but she COULD have been more considerate than saying "Nah, doesn't matter 83" when I asked about time zones differences. Eight hours mean an evil cycle of I'm awake/you're asleep, you're awake/I'm asleep... When I asked her about it, she just said, "Nah, that was a long time ago" and "I'm going in two, maybe three years, don't be so mad!".

Well, I AM mad! I've been looking forward to this for two years! Her saying "This is the dream of my life, stupid!" doesn't really cut it when you don't even TRY to think what going to Japan does. We haven't even met in the meat-o-sphere and probably won't do too often either, at most once or twice a year I guess, so there's no real difference!

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Sp00n » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:43 pm UTC

I've got a two page Extension English story that I have to start and finish in the next 5 minutes

Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby bigglesworth » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:04 pm UTC

Confession: I love egg. :)
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby blue_eyedspacemonkey » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:09 pm UTC

My housemates have just started whispering in the next room. Obviously, they're talking about me :roll:
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Surgery » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:10 pm UTC

Pez Dispens3r wrote:Mine is mostly the same, except it's not about holding her per se. It's just I meet that girl (she's somewhat different each time), and we're smiling at each other and everything feels...warm. Maybe we kiss, or something... it doesn't really matter because it's implied it will come later anyway. But then I wake up and my heart just sinks when I realise it never even happened.
I once had a dream that I was hanging out with the girl I was into at the time and for some reason I ended up having to kill a cop with the aerial from his cruiser. I wonder if that says anything about my subconscious thoughts about her.

But on a more serious note, I've had those dreams before too, and they are indeed disheartening.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Gordon » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:46 pm UTC

schumi_girl wrote:'Fess: I just ordered pizza for dinner, even though I can't really afford it.

'Fess Pt 2: That's the second time I've had pizza this week. I feel fat just thinking about it.

Related to this fess: I can't remember the last time I cooked a meal. It just struck me today it must be going on 6 months now.
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RealGrouchy wrote:I still remember the time when Gordon left. I still wake up in the middle of the night crying and screaming his name.
I do that too, but for an entirely different reason.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby schumi_girl » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:50 pm UTC

Six..months?

What do you eat?


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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Gordon » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:51 pm UTC

Shoeless Joes, Crabby Joes, Boston Pizza, McDonalds, umm Burger King occasionally. Subway usually on Sundays they're starting to recognize me which is nice. The Keg if I feel like steak *shrugs*.
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RealGrouchy wrote:I still remember the time when Gordon left. I still wake up in the middle of the night crying and screaming his name.
I do that too, but for an entirely different reason.
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Gordon wrote:How long have I been asleep?!
Our daughter is in high school now.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby schumi_girl » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:53 pm UTC

Man that must be expensive.


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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Gordon » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:55 pm UTC

It's all in the budget. Plus I don't eat three meals a day, usually just dinner, sometimes I'll get McDonalds for lunch but usually I just get a bagel at the coffee place. Other than that it's a whole lot of snacking.
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RealGrouchy wrote:I still remember the time when Gordon left. I still wake up in the middle of the night crying and screaming his name.
I do that too, but for an entirely different reason.
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Gordon wrote:How long have I been asleep?!
Our daughter is in high school now.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby schumi_girl » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:56 pm UTC

Are you the size of a train? Or a house?


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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby d33p » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:58 pm UTC

Man, your arteries must be more clogged than a Danish dance hall.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Gordon » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:59 pm UTC

I usually bounce around between 120 and 130 depending on the time of day I think. Thus, d33p, my arteries can not be that big to begin with and yes I am fairly confident they are clogging at rate that would make even a beaver jealous.
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RealGrouchy wrote:I still remember the time when Gordon left. I still wake up in the middle of the night crying and screaming his name.
I do that too, but for an entirely different reason.
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Gordon wrote:How long have I been asleep?!
Our daughter is in high school now.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby rnew » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:50 pm UTC

Fess: I just found out a university report I havn't started yet is due in on the 6th when I previously thought it was the 16th. But I've already planed to go out three times the week, and I'm not cancelling any of them
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby smw543 » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:54 pm UTC

Fess (schadenfreude): I am satisfied to an embarrassing degree when stupid people go bust on the double or nothing question on Jeopardy. Also, Cash Cab. Especially Cash Cab. I just watched an episode in which one of the passengers was convinced that the phrase for a second persona, Latin for "the other I", was "Illiad" (maybe she was thinking of alias? but who the hell confuses Illiad with alias? It's one thing to not get alter ego, but Illiad?!) They went for the bonus question (after spending a minute reassuring each other how smart they were) and were shown a clip of a snake slithering sideways through the desert, and asked what kind of snake it was, with the added hint that a famous air-to-air missile was named after it. They guessed "stealth". That's right, it's the infamous stealth snake! Lock up your children! (It looks like this fess has turned into a rant...)

I feel like I should feel bad for them that they lost $1,000 USD, but there's an evil little part of me that thinks they deserve it. I'm probably just jealous that they got a chance to win a pile of money (and they blew it!.)

Also, piles of unfinished homework.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Mous » Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:21 am UTC

My mom is an idiot and I have absolutely no respect for her at all.

Then again, I am also a teenager.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby SDIX » Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:29 am UTC

oy Gordon! That sounds so... sigh. I love you, so I care!

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Postby Luthen » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:10 am UTC

Fess: I promised myself I wouldn't fora at work today. But here I am.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby ASmileWithoutACat » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:23 am UTC

Fess: I went out with a girl this past weekend, as a friend. We used to be friends. I don't like her now. I found out when we were out how much she really, really frustrates me, but it's fair because I frustrate her. I feel bad for not liking her, and a bit of a jerk for letting her have as bad a time as she did, but... Look, I was in the same situation as she was once. And I f***ing did something about it! Maybe not much, because I'm still introverted, but I put some effort in. She refuses to do even that much. Or think about doing that much. And doesn't like me trying to get her to think about that much. And then she complains about her lack of a social circle. And she fails to understand why drives me to beat my head against a wall. I fail to understand why I feel bad about disliking her (and have no respect for her whatsoever) because of it.

Sub-fess: The whole fiasco was brought on by an impulsive promise to her sister, whom I should avoid like the plague but don't, that I'd help try to get her out of the house. I honestly should have known better then.

Fess II: I worry a little about my behaviour. I know I get on people's nerves at times. Sometimes they are people I actually like and would prefer that they not avoid me. Sometimes they are people who scare me and I probably should not annoy. Either way, I keep up the annoying habits unless I put a lot of thought into it.

Related Fess: My reflexive smartassery worries me as well. I was a bit of a dick regarding an acquaintance who was having relationship issues over the weekend; I didn't really mean to be, but I spoke without thinking. Fortunately, I suppose, there was only one person I was speaking to, and he's a bigger jerk than I could ever aspire to be, but the fact that I am by default mildly insulting (always in jest, but still...) with people I know well makes me wonder how people put up with me.
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Gordon » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:32 am UTC

SDIX wrote:oy Gordon! That sounds so... sigh. I love you, so I care!

Sounds so awesome? Ya I thought so. I do what I want *snap* you don't know me..

All joking aside, I will soon start saving money for a house and will probably start cooking at home again.
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RealGrouchy wrote:I still remember the time when Gordon left. I still wake up in the middle of the night crying and screaming his name.
I do that too, but for an entirely different reason.
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Gordon wrote:How long have I been asleep?!
Our daughter is in high school now.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby benjhuey » Tue Apr 28, 2009 3:50 am UTC

Confession: I feel useless, and the universe seems to confirm this. Losing streaks for the win?
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby smw543 » Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:19 am UTC

benjhuey wrote:Confession: I feel useless, and the universe seems to confirm this. Losing streaks for the win?
If it's any consolation, your avatar makes me smile every time I see it, and the way things have been going lately, I need every smile I can get.

Now for the Fess: I secretly omniloathe one of my roommates; not only is he terribly inconsiderate, he's also incredibly irritating. The only way I've resisted the temptation to punch his face in is by reminding myself that I'm moving to a new place next semester.
*just four more months*
*just four more months*
*twitch*
*just four more months*
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby d33p » Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:29 am UTC

You know what happens when you sleep with a married woman, kids? Not only do you break a Commandment, you get asked to sign an affidavit years later so she can get divorced quickly.

Fess: I acquiesced, because I have forgotten the face of my father.

(edited to remove hyperbolic embellishment)
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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby Surgery » Tue Apr 28, 2009 5:26 am UTC

Fess: There are times when I should totally be going to sleep, but instead stay up listening to music because, let's be honest here friends, music is far, far more important than sleep or proper brain function the next day. Now is definitely one of those times.

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Re: Confessional Bed - Not just for pillow talk!

Postby xndrew » Tue Apr 28, 2009 6:05 am UTC

You know, I've never really known the face of my father. It's not that he's never been there, it's only that he's always had a beard. I know him with a beard, and I saw a picture once of him in front of a TR-6 that was white with a clean shaven face, but I doubt beyond doubt that I wouldn't know my father if he walked up to me clean-shaven. But then, I'm okay with this. I never plan on being clean shaven again, but we'll see. Maybe one day I'll miss my chin, or rather lack-there-of, and shave it bare, but I worry that I will worry my parents. I mean, they're only my parents, but they're also the only group of people I think worry about me no matter where I am.


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