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cheezemziez 06-17-2012 06:05 AM

I once had a dream where my primary school class was being chased around the park by a ginormous gorilla-thing that morphed into our evil teacher.

06-17-2012 06:07 AM


Originally Posted by cheezemziez (Post 301088)
I once had a dream where my primary school class was being chased around the park by a ginormous gorilla-thing that morphed into our evil teacher.

O_o I can picture a bunch of kids trampling over each other trying to get at the head of the group so they wouldn't get caught. xD

cheezemziez 06-17-2012 06:09 AM

I think we built a fort or something out of leaves. o.O

Ruza 06-17-2012 07:00 AM


Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 301056)
I don't really care about acne. But that's easy for me to say, since I don't have much.
How do you know what they think?

You can see it on their face. They don't look me in the eyes. Some people have actually said really rude things about it.

Ruza 06-17-2012 07:02 AM


Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 301076)
I feel you pain, Ruza. *le dejected sigh* I've had skin issues since I was in 3rd grade. The horrific acne gene runs in my family, unfortunately. So while everyone else was just goofing around, being a little 3rd grader, I was experimenting with Proactiv. e__e (*stabs Proactiv* I WASTED SOOOOO MUCH TIME AND MONEY ON YOUUUUUUU. Freaking ripoff.) No one really pointed it out to me until I moved schools at the beginning of 4th grade, where my ex-nemesis had apparently been telling the kids lies about me for a whole year. THUS came the teasing....and the out-and-out harassment. "Hey, Ashley, ever hear of CLEAN&CLEAR?? Or even SOAP?" "I TRIED that, you imbecilic twit. It. Doesn't. Work. For. Me." The only real comfort I got was the fact that I could call them whatever rude names I wanted since my reading level was high and they had no idea what I was calling them. XD

I don't think it's shallow. 0_0 Acne vulgaris and its gruesome cousins are all skin diseases. It's not wrong to wish you didn't have a disease. <:^J

What I've always hated is that.....I honestly think I'd look fairly nice if it wasn't for my skin. I'm not like a lot of teens with severe acne--you know, really crooked teeth, greasy hair, beady eyes, disheveled clothing (I know, I sound harsh, but I've seen dozens of 'em's like they've totally given up on hygiene, which makes everyone else assume we ALL gave up on getting rid of acne)--I honestly think I wouldn't look half bad if it weren't for my skin. I'm not overly-skinny or obese. I'm not totally pale and sickly-looking, but I don't have an over-baked tan. My hair tends to get a bit static-y, but it's fairly manageable and I'm pleased with it. It's just that red, rough skin that ruins me. (Well, THAT, and my nose, but that's a WHOLE OTHER TOPIC. XDD)

I thought the heart thing was only for moles. o.0 Not acne.

O_e Because a lot of them walk up to you and actually tell you that. At least, that's what they did to me...

I know. When I meet a person, I feel like they don't see me or my face, they see my acne. But I'm trying to get rid of it. And it seems to be going away.
But yeah, having acne as a teen/kid leads to better heart health as an adult. Something to look forward to, I guess.

chelseki3 06-17-2012 08:05 AM

No more cutting for me...

But it is kind of hard to stop doing the Salt and Ice challenge. TT_TT

LaurenM 06-17-2012 09:38 AM

I need to gmail chat you. How the heck do you do it?

Sandy 06-17-2012 09:38 AM


Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 301087)
Yeah... e_e
But I wasn't trying to be racist in my description of him....I read through it again and it sounded weird...

I don't think you were being racist. Unless you started dissing him BECAUSE he was black, that would be racist, but you didn't so I'd say you're good. :)

Taking your email off would probably be a good idea... there's nothing to lose, if you know what I mean. :P

Sandy 06-17-2012 09:44 AM


I thought the heart thing was only for moles. o.0 Not acne.


(*sudden squee*)
Facial moles, moles on the arms and moles on the back run in my dad's side of the family, and have hit me way harder than my brother, and all through elementary I was teased for them (that is, before I showed them how extreme I was about it when I got one of them cut off and stitched up..)... and if that's true, that would make it all worthwhile. >w<

Sandy 06-17-2012 09:56 AM

... so angry... *more venting*
I swear to God, A, don't call me manly in this last two weeks of school. Don't do it. Don't make me tell you off in front of the whole school, because I haven't seen your face or heard your voice for three days (long weekend) and I still have a lot of anger building up in me... call me "foreign," I can put up with that for a few more days, but if you call me manly; I. Will. Snap. Go ahead and cry, I don't care; someone has to take you down from this pedestal you're on--I have to make sure you'll never do this to anyone else in the future.

I just spent a good hour smashing my piano to release the anger that has been building up all morning... and the entire time, I couldn't stop thinking about how she wants to be a writer or a musician when she's older...
and how she can't write worth anything, not even a quarter of the talent that I see here on KP, and how I can play and read music about two thousand times better than she ever will.
:I She's never said one nice thing to me in the entire year I've known her. I've complimented her like friend should and all I get is bullcrap in return. I'm sick of being fed dirt and being expected to crap gold for her (metaphorically...).

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