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What's your deepest, darkest secret and or fear

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Scyfon
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My darkest secret would have to and must stay deep in the shadows. Its very destructive and i don't like to even think about it.

My fears? Hmm...one of 'em being Yaoi(which is like...all over DA), heights(just a little), going to school forgetting to zip up my pants(happened a lot when i was a kid, i didnt discover the lock function till i was like...11 >_<), maybe spiders -as in those BIG ones that almost everyone is afraid of like red back, funnel web(especially the funnel web), tarantula, and the bird eater.
So much more, so little time(I'm missing my morning anime session by doing this T_T)

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oh haha, fear? forgot that.

height. VERY scare of height. when i am on top, looking down i thought i might end my life.. TT__TT

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i stole my brother (4 years old)'s food.

You might be doing him a favor with the obesity problems these days.


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going to school forgetting to zip up my pants(happened a lot when i was a kid, i didnt discover the lock function till i was like...11 >_<)


There's a lock function for your fly?!
eek I never knew that! How do you use it?!

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i stole my brother (4 years old)'s food.

You might be doing him a favor with the obesity problems these days.


well, he said "more" and i'm like "we ran out of food"..

maybe i am a bit mean xDD but he is 40 pounds.. for a 4 years old..

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going to school forgetting to zip up my pants(happened a lot when i was a kid, i didnt discover the lock function till i was like...11 >_<)


There's a lock function for your fly?!
eek I never knew that! How do you use it?!


What the hell? Lock function that could have saved me so much trouble when I was 8. The whole freaking day and noone said a word just had me wagging it around the whole school while I was clueless and they snickered. bigrazz
Human Beings suck. laugh

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Lock function? Is that some kind of velcro? Sounds like it would itch a lot.

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going to school forgetting to zip up my pants(happened a lot when i was a kid, i didnt discover the lock function till i was like...11 >_<)


There's a lock function for your fly?!
eek I never knew that! How do you use it?!

ahaha laugh to lock your fly, you just put it down, if you look properly theres these 2 hooks that will well...hook onto the zip so it wont open up. eyes

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Holy shite mine has it why only now do I learn this. Why only now?? Why cruel world whyconfused laugh

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actually.. i think my bro had a pair of pants with the zipper which didn't have the lock function (i also told him about the lock function.. and he said it still didn't work)

so maybe its not equipped on all zippers ^^;

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LOL

Are you guys really afraid of someone seeing that your fly is down? Wait a sec. This is kinda funny. My husband will only wear jeans when swimming - jean shorts to be specific - because he's afraid someone might see the outline of his package. It cracks me up, but is it possible that lots of guys have this kind of fear?

And suicide is bad, m-kay!
/me has been locked up twice since trying to commit suicide is akin to attempted murder here. But yeah. I'm super happy now. Ganja is a wonder drug and alcohol is very very bad. JK. But alcohol is very bad. I do have moments though where i cut...pain whore and all...but not many. Life isn't easy - take it from the oba-san who's been around (lots).

Shono- my song was Fade to Black by Metallica. Not a happy song and I don't recommend it. What pulled me through was my 'baby' brother who was only 3 or 4 at the time (he's 20 now). He visited me in the hospital on the one day I was allowed visitors. He's my half brother so I didn't get to see him that much, but when he visited I saw that there was someone who really loved me and that made life worth living. My parents told him I fell off my bike. cry


God - so depressing! Damn you Luis! Make a new topic on something happy.

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@Isabel I don't think being a virgin counts as a dark secret laugh It's good that you respect your parents enough to care about their opinions. Some pressure to succeed isn't a bad thing either.



Well, yeah, its not really dark, but it has become a secret. I don't have any truely dark secrets.. Most everything that I do or have done gets told to at least one or two people within a month, so doesnt count as a secret.

One thing I did hide from my folks is that I actually failed calculus the first time around. I had to retake the course, and even then only made a C. Then there was the cover up- I had to change my password to my school account so my folks couldn't look up my grades online, as well as change the physical address that the university letters were sent to so they wouldn't be informed by letter. THEN during financial aid application times I had to take over filling out my own information so they didn't find out their acess was restricted, and make up convincing excuses as to why my folks didn't need to bother anymore. And of course, since my drivers insurance (through my parents) gives a discount based upon grades, I had to explain the drop in my gpa (it was enough to change my status) without them finding out it was an outright F.

Now, more than them finding out about the F, I am more worried about them finding out about the cover up. I still take care of most of my own paperwork because of it, Only have one year of university left.

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actually.. i think my bro had a pair of pants with the zipper which didn't have the lock function (i also told him about the lock function.. and he said it still didn't work)

so maybe its not equipped on all zippers ^^;

hmm....im pretty sure pants manufacturers would want their customers to feel safe that their fly wont be down. As in...all pants with fly has em...unless u broke em(i have a couple of times and it rendered my jeans unwearable sad)

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I don't think I've ever seen the lock function before...I'm sure I would have used it, maybe. I don't really examine my fly very carefully besides occasionally checking to see if it's up. Right now the pants I'm currently wearing does not have the lock function...they are Kenneth Cole (had to take off my pants to check that LoL). What brand pants has that zipper lock? Even now I still forget to zip my fly...very rarely...but it does happen.

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hmm.... if asking embarrassment laugh my pant falls off all the time.. not completely off but i trip and fall at my pant's sleeve. A lock would be awesome! xDD

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