Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Things I am Afraid to Tell You

One of my favorite news/blogs comes from a little place called The Huffingtonpost.com. I discovered Huff Post while in college, and I have NEVER looked back. I used this site to help me stay up-to-date on the fly, and on most occasions it gets the job done. This is just a tid bit of information that is relatively unrelated to the subject of this post.

While scouring through the site I always sift through the blog reels. Today, I stumbled upon a subject that has been circulating around fellow blog sites. The subject is "Things I'm Afraid to Tell You". It's quite nerve racking to consider this, and I am fairly open on my blog, but here goes nothing.


"The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you're walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing too much of yourself. That's the moment you may be starting to get it right." - Neil Gaiman


Things I'm Afraid to Tell You:

Sometimes I feel an overwhelming sense of anxiety, and I have to calm myself down.

I look down on people that decide not to attend college.

I feel ugly at least 4 days out of the week.

I'm pretty hairy for a chic.

I have never been out of the country.

My father has lived with his mother for most of his adult life.

I smell my underwear after I take them off. I just like to check up on my body odors. (haha)

I fear that my family will lose respect for me because of who I choose to sleep with.

Sometimes, during sex, I feel like a complete idiot.

I will never be skinny, never.

I dreamt of writing a book someday. I'm unsure if that will happen.

I get a kick out of questioning people that are serious Christians. I'm always hoping one will say something to make me a true believer.

I care about what people think of me. Until, they prove to be a bigger idiot than I am.

My choice of porn does not coincide with my sexuality.

I'm not sure if I will get married, ever.

If I'm alone, but still successful in all my endeavors. I will be completely satisfied with my life.

I'm not as cultured as I should be, and I can't imagine living outside of the tri-state area.



I hope none of these quirks changes our relationship, but if it does. Then, I'm glad you know now...


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