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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby bookishbunny » Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:50 pm UTC

Confession: I'm just looking for an excuse to post the fact that my best friend had a baby at 1:59 this morning. He's really tiny but very healthy, and he has freaky-long fingers like his dad. He has had his mom's nose since his first ultrasound and still does. When he cries, he sounds like a baby raptor newly hatched from the egg. Seriously.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby elminster » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:04 pm UTC

bookishbunny wrote:Confession: I'm just looking for an excuse to post the fact that my best friend had a baby at 1:59 this morning. He's really tiny but very healthy, and he has freaky-long fingers like his dad. He has had his mom's nose since his first ultrasound and still does. When he cries, he sounds like a baby raptor newly hatched from the egg. Seriously.

So wait, he's just been born and he already has his long claws and taken his mothers nose... my god, it's vicious. :shock:
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby bookishbunny » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:16 pm UTC

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bookishbunny wrote:Confession: I'm just looking for an excuse to post the fact that my best friend had a baby at 1:59 this morning. He's really tiny but very healthy, and he has freaky-long fingers like his dad. He has had his mom's nose since his first ultrasound and still does. When he cries, he sounds like a baby raptor newly hatched from the egg. Seriously.

So wait, he's just been born and he already has his long claws and taken his mothers nose... my god, it's vicious. :shock:


I KNOW! He actually grabbed the nose from inside the womb!!!
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Angelene » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:31 pm UTC

Ah, how tiny is really tiny? Was he premature??
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby bookishbunny » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:50 pm UTC

CaraInFrames wrote:Ah, how tiny is really tiny? Was he premature??


He is 5 lbs 8 oz. The doctor said bigger is not always better. The mom is a small girl, and it was a long labor (24 hours), which really exhausted her, so we're pretty glad she didn't have a 10 pounder to push out. It was pretty emotional at the end. We all stood outside of the door (4 women and 1 man) to hear the baby's first cries, but my friend was making some painful noises, and her mom was getting really upset. But it all came out well (so to speak) in the end!

edit to add, because I forgot to answer: He was only 9 days early. Really quite on time. Mom was uncomfortable to the point of anxiety.

I have often found that easy pregnancy=challenging birth and vice versa. It's a purely anecdotal and non-scientific conclusion, but there you have it.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby eristic » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:52 pm UTC

bookishbunny wrote:The doctor said bigger is not always better.


Confession: That's what SHE said.




Edit: I had to! I couldn't let that one go.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby bookishbunny » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:00 pm UTC

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bookishbunny wrote:The doctor said bigger is not always better.


Confession: That's what SHE said.




Edit: I had to! I couldn't let that one go.


I think many shes have said that regarding many situations.

Oh, yeah...and your mom couldn't let it go.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Angelene » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:11 pm UTC

Ah well as long as the baby is perfectly developed and healthy then a small weight is no harm. I was 11 weeks premature and only just 2lbs at birth...but everything was perfect, just perfectly small...and look at me now...

Anyway, congrats to all.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby eristic » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:29 pm UTC

bookishbunny wrote:Oh, yeah...and your mom couldn't let it go.


Burn... I love it!
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby bookishbunny » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:37 pm UTC

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bookishbunny wrote:Oh, yeah...and your mom couldn't let it go.


Burn... I love it!


Your mom likes the burn, too.

Okay, I'll stop now. I promise.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 2:41 pm UTC

Confession: I'm having one of those days where I don't want to be at work, because I finally feel sane again. In a way. Well, I think I'm close. I still have some work to do.

Sanity sucks as a goal anyway, I'm going to work toward something else.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Jesse » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:02 pm UTC

Confession: I sang Damien Rice songs at work all day. The only time I didn't was when I sang Born To Run by Springsteen.

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby eristic » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:04 pm UTC

Jesster wrote:Confession: I sang Damien Rice songs at work all day. The only time I didn't was when I sang Born To Run by Springsteen.


Damien Rice is awesome.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby luxera » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:06 pm UTC

My best friend's mom works with premature babies at a nearby hospital. A lot of the parents keep tabs with her and send her pictures throughout the years so she can see what they look like and are up to when they get older.

Confession: AWW look at the baby!
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:16 pm UTC

Today I'm switching it up a bit and I'm listening to the string quartet's tribute to radiohead.

Confession: I just deleted 3 small paragraphs about my work today because it was turning into a complaint session about the language and or intelligence barriers of my employers.

Summarized for your convenience!

I want to talk about something. and I want it to be non-work related. I want to be inspired to finish the last touches of my painting. And create new music, and be artistically motivated, in general. But when I get home from work I crash on the couch/bed with my laptop and tv for about 6 hours and waste time "relaxing"

Relaxing isn't a total waste of time, I know, but I don't want to rot.


PS: Damien Rice is okay, but his drummer is hot
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby yellie » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:24 pm UTC

Jesster wrote:Confession: I sang Damien Rice songs at work all day. The only time I didn't was when I sang Born To Run by Springsteen.


That's because Damien Rice is freaking amazing/god-like/incredible/my future husband.

Confession: I bought Eclipse today. Y'know, the lame vampire love novel thing. I feel so trashy. >:

Clerria: Oh man, I love Radiohead so hard. I didn't know String Quartet did Radiohead, though?? I've got their Panic! at the Disco stuff and No Doubt stuff too. Note to self: obtain their Radiohead tribute.

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby eristic » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:28 pm UTC

yellie wrote:Confession: I bought Eclipse today. Y'know, the lame vampire love novel thing. I feel so trashy. >:


A friend of mine tried to give me crap because I play video games. I turned to her and said, "Seriously? You read those "romantic novels" from the grocery store and yet you are going to try to give me crap for my video games? You should know that you have no right nor any comeback because of that."

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby yellie » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:35 pm UTC

I should hope you said that -- people who read books like that do not have any right whatsoever to say that. Gah, I hate people who do that.

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QFT Although is it really odd if I say I love Kid A? Kid A is not appreciated enough.

I almost had a fit when I remembered the download for In Rainbows is being released tomorrow. Can't wait till the discbox comes out! My Radiohead shrine is in need of some new stuff.

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby gmalivuk » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:44 pm UTC

d0rk wrote:confession: I know the penguins quote from somewhere, but I still don't know what book. I'm thinking either one of the HHGG books, or Terry Pratchett's Pyramids... (or maybe Snow crash...)

It had something to do with treasure chests or locked boxes

It's from The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul. So you were close thinking H2G2, as it's the same author, different series.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:45 pm UTC

I prefer Amnesiac over Kid A. I don't know why. It's a mood thing.

OK Computer is the best all things considered, but I usually end up wanting to listen to the bends or amnesiac : )
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby davef » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:52 pm UTC

Jesster wrote:Confession: I sang Damien Rice songs at work all day.

I'm a bit late to the party here, but you fail for that Jesster, there's no two ways about it.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Jesse » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:54 pm UTC

Damien Rice is amazing, I've always loved his music. He's even better live (Not that I've seen him, just heard it recorded).

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Cheese » Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:57 pm UTC

Confession: I knocked out several ceiling tiles at school today, then carefully put them back, upside down, so that everyone could see how crap they were.
Confession: I agree with davef, even though I don't have a clue who Damien Rice is, and can't google for samples on this machine because it's too old to stream audio over the internet. Sorry, Jesster, you do lose.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Jesse » Tue Oct 09, 2007 5:06 pm UTC

Cheese, bear in mind that I like davef, but I now have banning privileges. Be careful about attacking my taste in music.

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Cheese » Tue Oct 09, 2007 5:16 pm UTC

Am I allowed to attack your taste in your mouth, by ripping out your mouth?
*runs to hide*

But seriously, I'm not attacking your taste in music. Just expressing my pissed-offness trhough pointless argument.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby xooll » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:01 pm UTC

"Damien Rice" sounds like the name of a vampire in a very poorly written novel.
So, I got tired of the fact that the appearance of my band name in my signature made my posts on this forum the dominant result when googling for my music. Anyway, if you think I might happen to be a good musician, you can test this theory here.

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Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:04 pm UTC

Confession: I'm on the verge of making an incredibly difficult decision. I don't want to talk about it, but, I will be thinking about it constantly.


Also, my financial stress is getting old and is no longer even amusing : P I'm getting a new bank for checking and trying harder to find that special second job. I haven't heard back from the one I wanted yet, and even though it's only been less than a week, I think I should apply for more.
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Postby TigerX » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:10 pm UTC

Clerria wrote:Confession: I'm on the verge of making an incredibly difficult decision. I don't want to talk about it, but, I will be thinking about it constantly.


You don't want to talk about it and yet you mentioned it. *raised eyebrow*

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Cheese » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:12 pm UTC

@tigerx: Well it lets you get the point that you're stressed out, and that it's something important - as well as telling people not to pressure you into talking about it. It's sometimes good to know that someone else knows that something's wrong, even if the person doesn't know exactly what's wrong,
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:15 pm UTC

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Clerria wrote:Confession: I'm on the verge of making an incredibly difficult decision. I don't want to talk about it, but, I will be thinking about it constantly.


You don't want to talk about it and yet you mentioned it. *raised eyebrow*



Yeah sorry : P I have the urge to at least let it be known that I'm thinking about a very stressful situation, even if I don't feel like making it public knowledge.

There's a distinction!

Thanks cheese : ) That's pretty much true.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby DAVINA » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:16 pm UTC

Clerria wrote:Confession: I'm on the verge of making an incredibly difficult decision. I don't want to talk about it, but, I will be thinking about it constantly.



Deciding on finishing touches for that painting? If I'm having that problem, I always go with red.

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby TigerX » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:17 pm UTC

Just making sure that you "really" didn't want to talk about it. :-)
I'm here for ya if you need someone to talk to (or at as the case may be).

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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Clerria » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:24 pm UTC

DAVINA wrote:
Clerria wrote:Confession: I'm on the verge of making an incredibly difficult decision. I don't want to talk about it, but, I will be thinking about it constantly.



Deciding on finishing touches for that painting? If I'm having that problem, I always go with red.



That is a tough decision. I will take your advice!


Thanks TigerX : P I think the reason I said anything at all is that sometimes it's comforting to have a completely non-biased outsider's opinion on things. Still, I've learned quickly that usernames are way too searchable and I'd rather not have anything on record : ) I'm really horrible about private things, I share way too easily, so just this once I'd at least like to keep something to myself. For a little while. Til I break down anyway. : )
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Ishindri » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:27 pm UTC

Confession: I spent the last quarter of my Web Design period Wikisurfing when I was supposed to be working on my storyboard. I started at artifical neural networks, went through artificial life, did a brief stint in thermodynamics, and ended up on this page when the bell rang.

Confession: I'm going to teach myself advanced physics off the internet if it kills me!
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby someguy » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:30 pm UTC

Confession(?): for some reason I feel it important to mention that I'm Damien Rice's namesake (or a local version thereof.)

Parents who choose unusual names ftw :D.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Insignificant Deifaction » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:34 pm UTC

Confession: The Gymnasium Instructor sent me to the nurse.

For running too hard...
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Postby Verator » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:46 pm UTC

That's...special.

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You know, I was *just* in Dayton two days ago. Why couldn't you have posted this then? ;)


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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Cheese » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:49 pm UTC

someguy wrote:Confession(?): for some reason I feel it important to mention that I'm Damien Rice's namesake (or a local version thereof.)

Parents who choose unusual names ftw :D.
I think there's a thread for that somewhere...

*half an hour passes (honestly)*

Ah, this is the thread I was thinking about, not sure if your comment fits well. It was all the way down in page 12 of General... so many nostalgic threads...
Anyone else get hit by nostalgia when they browse the pages of threads that are actually not that long dead?
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby Insignificant Deifaction » Tue Oct 09, 2007 7:57 pm UTC

I suppose he was right though... I'm a bit ill.
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Re: Confessional Thread

Postby TigerX » Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:03 pm UTC

Clerria wrote:Thanks TigerX : P I think the reason I said anything at all is that sometimes it's comforting to have a completely non-biased outsider's opinion on things.

*smiles*

Still, I've learned quickly that usernames are way too searchable and I'd rather not have anything on record : ) I'm really horrible about private things, I share way too easily, so just this once I'd at least like to keep something to myself. For a little while. Til I break down anyway. : )


Understood. :-)


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