Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-21 20:46:54
ID: 58669
In response to a confession. I've thrown most of the things out. The ones that are remaining are religious (!) in nature. I feel weird throwing Jesus and Mary out...
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-21 04:34:09
ID: 58668
In response to a confession. If you think there's some negative energy attached to those objects, throw them out. I know my life is better without that rug in my house!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-20 21:04:52
ID: 58642
In response to a confession. You know, I wonder about this, too. When my ex and I broke up, I moved to the city and rented a house. There was a really nice family across the street. They helped me with a lot of things and got me familiar with the city. They gave my child birthday and Christmas gifts, and would give me nice things they didn't want anymore like home decor, sets of glasses and dishes, etc. It was almost a year before I found out that the husband was actually a high-ranking mob associate. As in, this person has murdered people according to what I've read. Yikes. Looking back, those were terrible days, even my landlord said he's never known anyone who had so many bad things happen to them. Things got better, but not by much. I've since moved, but still have those things in the basement. Not sure if I should just throw them away or bury them in the woods. I don't know why I haven't already...
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-19 20:59:40
ID: 58629
A few years ago, dh bought a beautiful prayer rug from eBay, just to use as decoration. When it arrived, we noticed a large brownish red spot on the back of it, that looked a lot like dried blood. I always got a weird feeling about it, but didn't say anything. From the moment he brought that thing into the house, bad stuff started happening. We just had bad luck 24/7. It's way too much to write, but shit hit the fan in a million ways. I've never believed in cursed objects; however, something told me to get rid of that rug. The day I did, about 8 months after buying it, our luck began to change. Dh was offered a great job literally the day I took it out of the house. I still get the chills thinking about that thing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-19 20:59:01
ID: 58633
I've read several capricorn yearly predictions that say my most compatible sign this year is scorpio. Um... what? Nothing against scorps, it's just that scorpio is so watery and opposite of cardinal earth energy. I loathe scorpio season. I've never met a scorpio I get along with, including my own mother. I guess we'll see.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2019-01-07 00:59:43
ID: 58477
In response to a confession. Sounds like a fortune cookie. Or, that other super helpful nugget, "everything happens for a reason"
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-06 02:50:13
ID: 58462
In response to a confession. All this means is that you should look at yourself before judging someone. This isn't a new saying lol. Y'all are really something. So literal.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-04 04:50:51
ID: 58372
In response to a confession. I was going to say the same thing. The coworker I want to kick is volatile, condescending, usually angry and very disrespectful. Another person on my **** list is an alcoholic, sneaky, manipulative and dishonest. There are only two things I dislike about myself, and that's that I'm a procrastinator to the max, and I'm disorganized at home.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-04 00:42:16
ID: 58422
In response to a confession. Wait...what? Are you referring to others negating your "what you dislike in others is what you dislike in yourself"?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-01-03 17:09:08
ID: 58406
Denial.
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