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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The myth of carefree youth


1. I'm still in love with my lying, cheating, 19yr old ex-boyfriend. I'm dating someone new, as well. The real kicker? I'm only 13. I was planning on fucking him.
2. I am depressed, and the thought of committing suicide has come to me almost daily
3. My sister talks shit about me behind my back every chance she gets, she doesn't realize it kills me inside everytime she does.
4. I'm outcasted from my "friends" for being different. By different, I mean pansexual.
5. I wish I knew my dad. He died when I was little. I say I hated him because he beat me, but in all reality, I look at his picture every night and almost cry myself to sleep. I miss him.

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4 comments:

  1. That's tough shit.

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  2. I love you for being simply who you are. You will never be an outcast in my eye's. You are one of the strongest people I know. Never forget that i'm here for you.

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  3. 1. How do you even know what the word fucking means? Kids are really learning young these days.
    2. You have alot of life ahead of you. Death is not the answer.
    3. Why don't you talk to your sister about this? Ask her why she thinks she has to talk about you. Tell her how you feel.
    4. And exactly what is pansexual? Never heard of that one.
    5. It doesn't matter what kind of choices your father made, whether good or bad, fact remains he is your father and of course its normal for you to miss him.

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  4. Kids these days are not as innocent as people think. They may act it, but deep inside, they can be more screwed-up than anyone else. Death is not the answer, I know that, but the thought still comes to me. Can't help it. I have talked to my sister about it, but eh, she really couldn't care less. Pansexual is being able to fall in love with both guys and girls, along with girl-to-guys and guys-to-girls. It's basically not putting a label on any gender, when it comes to love. And yes, he was my father, but it's just easier to block things out to people rather than admitting to your feelings

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