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confession: IM GAY.   Okay, im not gay, im bisexual, but I have fallen in love with another guy for the first time ever and its mutual. its pretty wierd tbh, but it feels really great,

Confession: I was one with the puns today.  We went out whale watching, and for a period of five minutes or so, I only responded to people with pretty awful sea-related puns, like "I a-grebe", "I need

Confession: On a more positive note

Confession: I'll be leaving the house with my family tomorrow (technically today) at 6:30 to go to Spain and stay there until Sunday. 

The actual confession part: I'm not very down with the idea of going. It just doesn't excite me at all. Moreover, everything feels very haphazardly planned. I mean, we finished packing the luggage like an hour ago, probably less. It feels like there will definitely be some sort of disastrous development, I feel like something will certainly go wrong. I don't feel that I'll return happily from this trip. Probably the cat will die when we're away or the house will burn down, or something. If Daech bombs me and my family out of the air, I'd like to say I love you guys. 

I'll probably not do any of the homework. The school break is 10.5 days and for me 9.5 of these are fully stacked. My free day was today, which I unsurprisingly wasted on internet and games. Sadly, this might include the majority of an English research project, which will ruin my English grade and probably bring it down my 10-20 points. As it stands, I mostly have only two 4-5 hour plane flights to take a minimum of 6-7 pages of notes and then write an outline for a research paper. I'll probably end up getting involved with the discipline committee because of missing a citation and committing plagiarism. 

The girl still has not replied. Probably won't (but if she doesn't, I'll send a second mail when I return from Spain and act like I think the first one didn't get through for whatever reason). Still bums me out. 

Also, the reply notifications that appear when you're typing are obtrusive as fuck on mobile. 

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Confession: I'll be leaving the house with my family tomorrow (technically today) at 6:30 to go to Spain and stay there until Sunday. 

The actual confession part: I'm not very down with the idea of going. It just doesn't excite me at all. Moreover, everything feels very haphazardly planned. I mean, we finished packing the luggage like an hour ago, probably less. It feels like there will definitely be some sort of disastrous development, I feel like something will certainly go wrong. I don't feel that I'll return happily from this trip. Probably the cat will die when we're away or the house will burn down, or something. If Daech bombs me and my family out of the air, I'd like to say I love you guys. 

I'll probably not do any of the homework. The school break is 10.5 days and for me 9.5 of these are fully stacked. My free day was today, which I unsurprisingly wasted on internet and games. Sadly, this might include the majority of an English research project, which will ruin my English grade and probably bring it down my 10-20 points. As it stands, I mostly have only two 4-5 hour plane flights to take a minimum of 6-7 pages of notes and then write an outline for a research paper. I'll probably end up getting involved with the discipline committee because of missing a citation and committing plagiarism. 

The girl still has not replied. Probably won't (but if she doesn't, I'll send a second mail when I return from Spain and act like I think the first one didn't get through for whatever reason). Still bums me out. 

Also, the reply notifications that appear when you're typing are obtrusive as fuck on mobile. 

Good luck!

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Holding the umbrella was awkward; I was constantly worried that I was holding it in a way that was dripping on her

Sounds like you just need a bigger umbrella

Further confession: Believe it or not, the morning of that day, I struggled for a few seconds over whether to bring my large umbrella or my small one. I really should have brought the larger one, even though it's much more unwieldy... but I didn't really think it'd rain, at the time, or that we'd be walking for so long in the rain given that I was driving. Poor decisions: I make them.

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Holding the umbrella was awkward; I was constantly worried that I was holding it in a way that was dripping on her

Sounds like you just need a bigger umbrella

Further confession: Believe it or not, the morning of that day, I struggled for a few seconds over whether to bring my large umbrella or my small one. I really should have brought the larger one, even though it's much more unwieldy... but I didn't really think it'd rain, at the time, or that we'd be walking for so long in the rain given that I was driving. Poor decisions: I make them.

Now I have both "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic" and "Bus Stop" stuck in my head.

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Confession: I was one with the puns today.  We went out whale watching, and for a period of five minutes or so, I only responded to people with pretty awful sea-related puns, like "I a-grebe", "I need kelp," "that whale got high from seaweed," etc.  I regret nothing, for today I truly lived.

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Confession: I was one with the puns today.  We went out whale watching, and for a period of five minutes or so, I only responded to people with pretty awful sea-related puns, like "I a-grebe", "I need kelp," "that whale got high from seaweed," etc.  I regret nothing, for today I truly lived.

We, the jury, find the defendant gillty of terrible fish puns!

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Confession: I was one with the puns today.  We went out whale watching, and for a period of five minutes or so, I only responded to people with pretty awful sea-related puns, like "I a-grebe", "I need kelp," "that whale got high from seaweed," etc.  I regret nothing, for today I truly lived.

So I sea, I hope we can remain friends, I'd hate to make anemone of you.

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We, the jury, find the defendant gillty of terrible fish puns!

Let he without sin throw the first stonefish  :holo:

So I sea, I hope we can remain friends, I'd hate to make anemone of you.

Our friendship otter survive this hardship.  I'd feel like I was caught adrift if we grew apart.

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Anyways, who do I need to [censored] to get them to buy Clannad for me?

You can ask [censored] pretty much anyone, but I doubt very many people would actually buy it. :P

I was hoping I could get it but it's about 20$ more expensive than I was expecting.  40$ would have been at least acceptable with a sale but this is a bit much ;-;

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Confession: Back, when I was a little twirp (... Six? I think I was six.), my father's side of the family had it's one and only big barbecue dinner at my aunt's place. Out of nowhere, my oldest cousin (my age +2) suddenly asked: "Mom, why do the animals we eat have to die?" and my caught off-guard aunt tried to improvise something along the lines of "Uh... Well... We only eat the old and sick animals, which would've died anyway".

In that moment, I spit the contents of my mouth across the table and yelled: "I'm not eating a sick animal, dad! that's gross!". What ensued, was the adults trying to tell both kids what they wanted to hear and upon realizing that wasn't possible, starting to point fingers at each other and a gigantic argument ensued.

What a beautiful memory. 

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Confession: Back, when I was a little twirp (... Six? I think I was six.), my father's side of the family had it's one and only big barbecue dinner at my aunt's place. Out of nowhere, my oldest cousin (my age +2) suddenly asked: "Mom, why do the animals we eat have to die?" and my caught off-guard aunt tried to improvise something along the lines of "Uh... Well... We only eat the old and sick animals, which would've died anyway".

In that moment, I spit the contents of my mouth across the table and yelled: "I'm not eating a sick animal dad, that's gross!". What ensued, was the adults trying to tell both kids what they wanted to hear and upon realizing that wasn't possible, starting to point fingers at each other and a gigantic argument ensued.

What a beautiful memory. 

Everyone misinterpreted your cousin, he was DISAPPOINTED that they were all dead. Your cousin wanted them to feel the agony of being eaten alive. 

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