I had a girlfriend that was killed by a drunk driver my senior year of high school. In the couple years since it has always haunted me because if I had taken her home that night we would have gone a different route, and she'd still be alive. I have suffered from depression because of the guilt I feel. Last night I had a dream her and I were together walking through the woods like we always did. She told me everything was going to be okay with me, that she was in a better place, and that I needed to finally move on. I truly believe that this was her reaching out to me, and letting me know I need to stop feeling guilty. I miss her everyday, but I think she's right. It's time for me to forgive myself, and move on.
The hottest woman in the world quickly becomes hideous the moment she lights up a cigarette.
Say what you wish but I dont have sex with girls unless I'm in a relationship with them. I have more respect for women than that.
On rainy days, if no one is looking, I pick up worms on the sidewalk and put them in the grass.
I'm so glad Lent is over. Can finally masturbate again.
I am an athlete and I've had sex in the Kohl Center 13 times.
I am the proud grand daughter of a woman who laughed in the face of death and pulled off the greatest acting performance of all time. My grandmother was a holocaust survivor and her stories of triumph over Nazi persecution in WWII were my bed time stories growing up. Though none of it would not have been possible if not for her boyfriend at the time. A man named Hansi Biro. He saved my grandmother and provided her with false papers, an excellent cover as a nanny for a prominent christian family, and saved he from the Russian bombs and rapists that came with the collapse of the Nazi regime. My mother and I have been on the search for this man our whole lives, to thank him for what he did and what he risked to save my grandmother. We owe our lives to him. I can only hope he or his descendants see this and know, we will never forget.
I'm way too excited to see the Varsity Band concert tonight.
I don't mind paying taxes. I love knowing that someday, I'll be able to send my children to a quality school. I love the fact that I can hop on a city bus and have that bus drive me on public roads to some destination. I love knowing that the men and women fighting in other countries-even if I don't agree with them being there- have proper protection. I like knowing that if my house were to start on fire, fire fighters would be there to not only try and save my house, but also, save me if I am stuck inside. And, I feel happy knowing that because I can afford it, I can help a family who was unfortunate enough to fall on ill-circumstances, and needs some help feeding their children. Really, when you think about it, that tax that you pay really isn't that much of a burden.
I'm North Korean. I made it across the border to South Korea with my family 13 years ago, and moved to the United States 7 years ago. When I'm asked where I'm from, I always say South Korea because the looks I get when people find out I'm from North Korea are humiliating. There are so many things wrong with my country. My life is so much better living in Wisconsin.
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