We All Have Something to Hide

Saturday, January 17, 2009 Posted In Edit This 8 Comments »
OK, enough controversy. I was reading Kristina P's last post. She invited people to divest themselves of their secrets anonymously. If you want to be alternately dismayed, disgusted, amused and saddened... go ahead... read the comments.... It makes for sombre reading.

You can even post your dirty/clean/questionable/harmless secret if you want.

I posted something. And no, I wasn't the one who said they don't shower (gross) and I wasn't the one who said they have credit cards their husband doesn't know about (oh boy).


Last count... 318 comments.

Read 'em and WEEP.

P.S. I posted some more comments on there and I feel purged... I think it's therapeutic...

8 brilliant observations:

Kristina P. said...

If it makes you feel better, I posted several of my own.

And man, moderating these is like a full-time job!

McCrazys said...

Ugh... I wish I hadn't read those postsecrets. I got all depressed and had to walk down to the circle K to get some potato chips so I could break the word of wisdom and eat myself to death.

Jen said...

I've never ventured onto any of these secret-sharing posts, because someone told me they're depressing.

But maybe curiosity is about to kill the cat...

honeypiehorse said...

I want to know who said a big poop is way better than sex and read their blog, if I'm not already. I tried to post a secret yesterday but comments were turned off...

wendy said...

Those were pretty funny (found your Blog while visiting DeNae's) I loved the "who pea'd on the floor" --the elastic in the pants breaking. Pretty funny. However, MY high school years were in the late 60's. Yeah, I know--an oldie here (57) but I am still soooooo cool -------oh, wait I never was cool BUT I AM NOW. In my high school days it was all about backcombed hair, black eyeliner (like you) patten leather shoes with matching hand back, In my high school in Canada, we had sororities and fraternities. From the beginning of TIME there have been the "in crowd" and the outsiders. BUT, I was invited to belong to one of the sororities (you had to be invited) so I must have been a little cool. BUT NOW I AM WAY MORE COOL. (they say if you repeat something to yourself enough it can become a reality) I am cool, I am cool, I am cool

wendy said...

OH, and to totally VERIFY MY UNCOOLNESS, I posted this under the wrong Blog story, (I am such an idiot, I am cush an idiot, I am such an idiot)

Annie Valentine said...

I get so sucked in when she does those posts, it's like a blogging flu. This time I'm not even venturing over until the entire thing is finished.

Deb said...

I posted a secret, too...it felt good. Reading some of them did make me sad, though...