Confession Time! ((ABSOLUTELY NO JUDGEMENT))

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  • Russandol
    Russandol Posts: 71 Member
    Bubble tea sounds gross, lol

    You can tell we are not really drinking people here when I buy 6 beers and 8 coolers for the fight last night....so 14 drinks.....there were five of us drinking, and I have 7 drinks leftover and nobody has any idea what to do with the bottles.....

    If you have beer left over, use it to beer brine some chicken. It's delicious! And it makes the chicken really moist, too.
  • JPW1990
    JPW1990 Posts: 2,424 Member
    ythannah wrote: »
    JPW1990 wrote: »
    I'll admit, I didn't really care about the fight one way or the other. Been marathoning UFC instead.

    UFC is the ONLY sport I really enjoy watching... on TV. I can get into almost anything live, but that's a whole different experience, and it's a rare event for me.
    Francl27 wrote: »
    It's nasty, nasty stuff. I got some once and wanted to gag. It's iced tea with some kinds of bubbles on the bottom, dunno what they use, but it makes it slimy and just disgusting. Will never understand the appeal, lol.

    I think the "bubbles" are tapioca. I like tapioca anyway, so I like bubble tea. But that may have more to do with the fact that it comes in a gazillion flavours.

    The first fight I saw, not even sure it was UFC back then, was because my now husband convinced me to order PPV for it. One of the guys went down with he knee bent completely the wrong way around, and I was too grossed out to watch the rest. It was years before I agreed to watch it again. Now I watch more than he does.
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,372 Member
    Sometimes I just don't feel like entertaining my kids so I tell them that we'll do something once they pick up their crap. They disappear for hours, suddenly finding something to do, and I can do whatever I want in peace.
  • Oberon21
    Oberon21 Posts: 13,235 Member
    I have to admit I am enjoying the "what makes you irrationally angry" thread. I can relate to so much of it. And in some cases I would make these people irrationally angry.
  • ythannah
    ythannah Posts: 4,364 Member
    JPW1990 wrote: »
    ythannah wrote: »
    JPW1990 wrote: »
    I'll admit, I didn't really care about the fight one way or the other. Been marathoning UFC instead.

    UFC is the ONLY sport I really enjoy watching... on TV. I can get into almost anything live, but that's a whole different experience, and it's a rare event for me.
    Francl27 wrote: »
    It's nasty, nasty stuff. I got some once and wanted to gag. It's iced tea with some kinds of bubbles on the bottom, dunno what they use, but it makes it slimy and just disgusting. Will never understand the appeal, lol.

    I think the "bubbles" are tapioca. I like tapioca anyway, so I like bubble tea. But that may have more to do with the fact that it comes in a gazillion flavours.

    The first fight I saw, not even sure it was UFC back then, was because my now husband convinced me to order PPV for it. One of the guys went down with he knee bent completely the wrong way around, and I was too grossed out to watch the rest. It was years before I agreed to watch it again. Now I watch more than he does.

    My ex got me into it and I became a bigger fan than him, which is saying a lot. He started me out watching the very first fights (on VHS, lol) back before it was all Las Vegas glam and glitz. It caught my attention when the scrawny little Brazilian guy (Royce Gracie, I think) could easily beat the big guys. I've even ordered PPV to watch by myself.

    I am on here procrastinating. I'm supposed to be out working in my front garden but the windows are open and I can hear my neighbour across the street rattling on and ON about some petty interpersonal drama... "She said... so I told her... can you believe she'd actually say that?... and then I said to her..." blah blah. I try to avoid being outside when she's sitting out on her veranda.
  • almondbutterbay
    almondbutterbay Posts: 221 Member
    I ate gluten today again by accident. This is the fourth day in a row and I wish I was dead because it hurts so much #sendhelp. Not sure why I keep accidently eating considering I go months at a time and do fine.
  • MoreFabbLessFlab
    MoreFabbLessFlab Posts: 60 Member
    I love this thread, I have over 300 pages to catch up on.
  • ShibaEars
    ShibaEars Posts: 3,928 Member
    pofoster21 wrote: »
    pofoster21 wrote: »
    caddir wrote: »
    ythannah wrote: »
    And luckily, she always offers the uneaten bits to our boyfriend first, and he rarely says no, so I don't embarrass myself with a hoover impression (however much i might want to).

    Is this a typo or a reference to some boyfriend-sharing scheme? Like, are you confessing to being a member of a harem? Lol.

    not a typo. We are a closed polyamorous triad. Wasn't intended to be a confession lol. Definitely not a harem. The first line of my post references my girlfriend.

    Good for you coming out on a site like this. I was part of a triad once, for a little while and it didn't work for me, but I know some people who are really happy. Honesty is the key thing. :smiley:

    My cousin is in a very long term polyamorous triad but had apparently tried to keep it quiet from the family (who tend towards the religious). Funniest conversation I ever had was with him. By way of background, my whole extended family is in the USA, I was born and grew up in Australia. In 2009 I went to the States for a year and caught up with the family. Said cousin picked me up from his mum's house where I was staying and we were driving up to his place. In the car on the way:

    Him: So, I've spoken with the girls and we decided that we could let you in on something. Xxxx is not really yyyy and my flatmate, we're all in a relationship and have been for a really long time.

    Me: .... yeah, I know.

    Him: WHAT? How did you know?

    Me: My mum told me.

    Him: How the heck does your mom know????

    Me: Your mum told her!

    Him: MY MOM DOESN'T KNOW!!!??

    Me: Dude... I'm from halfway around the world and even *I* knew. it's cool. No one cares.

    I confess I am fascinated by this. I have many questions. I shall refrain.

    About polyamory? Feel free, or privately if you'd prefer

    Ok here goes. So do you all live together? And if so do you all have your own room or all share one room/bed or 2 or mix it up? Do you do everything together or is it like today is date night with so and so so the 3rd one stays home. And with the s*x is it all 3 or some mixture of two spontaneously or preplanned? I can't imagine this would work for me. I think you would have to be pretty confident in yourself and your partners to do this...all my insecurities would be front and center.

    I have read about those guys with lots of wives in different houses but the women don't have a relationship with each other (I don't think). I never met or knew anyone in this kind of a relationship. I imagine girl/girl/guy combinations must be more common than boy/boy/girl.

    I'm glad you asked, because I had the same questions. I also am kind of fascinated by unconventional relationships. It wouldn't work for me either, but hey, to each their own.
  • dearmrsowl
    dearmrsowl Posts: 151 Member
    edited May 2015
    I feel kind of bad for working in retail selling clothes and constantly wearing pants that are 1-2 sizes too big on me. I guess I have to at least invest in some new work pants.
  • TriBecca_14
    TriBecca_14 Posts: 8 Member
    I save my beer for game time but my Blackhawks have a late game tonight. I have already started drinking...two beers down.
  • kellyjellybellyjelly
    kellyjellybellyjelly Posts: 9,480 Member
    LBuehrle8 wrote: »
    emilee1992 wrote: »
    I went to an ice cream parlour last night with my bf and shared a 4 scoop tub of ice cream and then forgot to log it.... However I thought burning 600 calories at circuit training and eating clean today may slightly counteract it, man I love ice cream :D

    Ice cream is my weekness :/ I do allow myself to eat every so often but it is so incredibly hard for me not to binge on ice cream!

    Mine too! I am not eating it for awhile until I can moderate it again.
  • kellyjellybellyjelly
    kellyjellybellyjelly Posts: 9,480 Member
    WendyFlynn wrote: »
    I was craving something sweet the other night but had absolutely nothing in the house that would satisfy me except some hot chocolate. So I ate two spoonfuls of the powder. Two spoonfuls. Of the powder.

    I did this also - I ate a sachet of Options hot chocolate - Fudge flavour - I don't think I will do it again lol. Just the thought makes me uggghhhh!

    Ok, I saw this and had to reply... when I was younger there were many foods not allowed in the house because I would eat them until there was nothing left. These items included:

    1) Fruit pies. My mom would even go so far as to bury them in the freezer but I would find them and eat them. She didn't realize they were so much better frozen!
    2) Powdered sugar. I would just eat it out of the bag.
    3) Chocolate chips. See powdered sugar.
    4) Packets of hot chocolate, particularly ones with little marshmallows. I would grab a few bags and a spoon and run into my room and eat them dry. Always choked on them. Always worth it.

    As for a more recent confession... last week I bought a package of Reeses Peanut Butter Oreos... and ate the entire thing. It was after that binge eating episode I decided to really get back onto my diet. Sugar is my biggest downfall! I LOVE SUGAR. I've slowly come to the realization I may have a touch of binge eating disorder so I'm trying to recognize my triggers and what foods I just shouldn't have around... such as Peanut Butter Oreos.

    They were delicious though... *sigh*

    I ate almost a whole pack of the Mint Fudge Creme Oreos last Sunday (the ones that look like Thin Mints).
  • SoulOfRusalka
    SoulOfRusalka Posts: 1,201 Member
    My confession is that I've been saying to myself that I'll start doing push-ups and sit-ups every day for about a week and haven't started yet (6 yesterday doesn't count :P)
    ... but this time I mean it!
    Also I'm really proud of myself for eating 5 almonds today and no more. Moderation is amazing o:
  • berlynnwall
    berlynnwall Posts: 669 Member
    Francl27 wrote: »
    Sometimes I just don't feel like entertaining my kids so I tell them that we'll do something once they pick up their crap. They disappear for hours, suddenly finding something to do, and I can do whatever I want in peace.

    Win/win I say.
  • LBuehrle8
    LBuehrle8 Posts: 4,044 Member
    LBuehrle8 wrote: »
    emilee1992 wrote: »
    I went to an ice cream parlour last night with my bf and shared a 4 scoop tub of ice cream and then forgot to log it.... However I thought burning 600 calories at circuit training and eating clean today may slightly counteract it, man I love ice cream :D

    Ice cream is my weekness :/ I do allow myself to eat every so often but it is so incredibly hard for me not to binge on ice cream!

    Mine too! I am not eating it for awhile until I can moderate it again.

    Unfortunately me too, I don't trust myself to buy any to keep in the apartment and I haven't had a day where I saved enough cals to work it into my day from an ice cream shop! So off the stuff for awhile :(
  • LBuehrle8
    LBuehrle8 Posts: 4,044 Member
    ShibaEars wrote: »
    pofoster21 wrote: »
    pofoster21 wrote: »
    caddir wrote: »
    ythannah wrote: »
    And luckily, she always offers the uneaten bits to our boyfriend first, and he rarely says no, so I don't embarrass myself with a hoover impression (however much i might want to).

    Is this a typo or a reference to some boyfriend-sharing scheme? Like, are you confessing to being a member of a harem? Lol.

    not a typo. We are a closed polyamorous triad. Wasn't intended to be a confession lol. Definitely not a harem. The first line of my post references my girlfriend.

    Good for you coming out on a site like this. I was part of a triad once, for a little while and it didn't work for me, but I know some people who are really happy. Honesty is the key thing. :smiley:

    My cousin is in a very long term polyamorous triad but had apparently tried to keep it quiet from the family (who tend towards the religious). Funniest conversation I ever had was with him. By way of background, my whole extended family is in the USA, I was born and grew up in Australia. In 2009 I went to the States for a year and caught up with the family. Said cousin picked me up from his mum's house where I was staying and we were driving up to his place. In the car on the way:

    Him: So, I've spoken with the girls and we decided that we could let you in on something. Xxxx is not really yyyy and my flatmate, we're all in a relationship and have been for a really long time.

    Me: .... yeah, I know.

    Him: WHAT? How did you know?

    Me: My mum told me.

    Him: How the heck does your mom know????

    Me: Your mum told her!

    Him: MY MOM DOESN'T KNOW!!!??

    Me: Dude... I'm from halfway around the world and even *I* knew. it's cool. No one cares.

    I confess I am fascinated by this. I have many questions. I shall refrain.

    About polyamory? Feel free, or privately if you'd prefer

    Ok here goes. So do you all live together? And if so do you all have your own room or all share one room/bed or 2 or mix it up? Do you do everything together or is it like today is date night with so and so so the 3rd one stays home. And with the s*x is it all 3 or some mixture of two spontaneously or preplanned? I can't imagine this would work for me. I think you would have to be pretty confident in yourself and your partners to do this...all my insecurities would be front and center.

    I have read about those guys with lots of wives in different houses but the women don't have a relationship with each other (I don't think). I never met or knew anyone in this kind of a relationship. I imagine girl/girl/guy combinations must be more common than boy/boy/girl.

    I'm glad you asked, because I had the same questions. I also am kind of fascinated by unconventional relationships. It wouldn't work for me either, but hey, to each their own.

    I am curious to know too!
  • Dofflin
    Dofflin Posts: 127 Member
    My confession is that I've been at the same weightloss plateau for 6 months. Because I can't make up my mind on a calorie goal and keep changing the number and convincing myself that its okay
  • Alatariel75
    Alatariel75 Posts: 17,939 Member
    I confess that I AGAIN blew my deficit on the weekend and am 2.3kg up from last Friday's weigh in weight, which was 0.6kg up from the Friday before. I used to be a lot better at weekends than I currently am.
  • LBuehrle8
    LBuehrle8 Posts: 4,044 Member
    I confess that I AGAIN blew my deficit on the weekend and am 2.3kg up from last Friday's weigh in weight, which was 0.6kg up from the Friday before. I used to be a lot better at weekends than I currently am.

    At least you're honest with yourself about it :) All we can do is begin again!
  • Oberon21
    Oberon21 Posts: 13,235 Member
    LBuehrle8 wrote: »
    emilee1992 wrote: »
    I went to an ice cream parlour last night with my bf and shared a 4 scoop tub of ice cream and then forgot to log it.... However I thought burning 600 calories at circuit training and eating clean today may slightly counteract it, man I love ice cream :D

    Ice cream is my weekness :/ I do allow myself to eat every so often but it is so incredibly hard for me not to binge on ice cream!

    Mine too! I am not eating it for awhile until I can moderate it again.

    I confess I don't like ice cream. I used to love it but after I essentially stopped dairy every time I eat it I just want to brush my teeth. I do like frozen yogurt and sorbet!