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6.11.2006

I'm Addicted to PostSecret.Com

19 comments:

Mary Mack said...

Notice how nobody wants to comment on this. It's just a little too honest.

You have gotten me addicted to Postsecret.com

Anonymous said...

I feel for the thousands of wives who long for their husbands to return home and that don't do crap like that while they're in harm's way. HONEST, Mary Mack? I would like to think that most of the wives do not do that, but maybe honest for some. Hopefully none of our troops will see this post no matter how "honest" it is.

Anonymous said...

That's what post secret is all about. A gateway for revealing your deepest darkest secrets...I am also a fan of this site. How many of these cards can you find yourself in? Surprising, huh?

Anonymous said...

Very disrespectful to our troops and the wives who are faithful.

comment4U said...

Perhaps there aren't many comments because no one can quite relate.

Back to the point an anon made, it's about individuals' "deepest darkest secrets."

Anonymous said...

I need that apostrophe added to boyfriends. It's there for husband's...so at least we know she has but one. However, the door is ajar on whether she has boyfriends or just one boyfriend. Really can't tell. Is she just needy and weak, or is she open 24/7?

Now, who said we don't need proper puncuation on this blog?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, folks. But you don't want to see a person's deep dark secrets posted on here. Not really. These are tame, muted. They don't begin to tap into the thoughts people have but do not act upon.

Mary Mack said...

That's right 3:05. I'm glad I'm not the only person facing the world without blinders.

*ME* said...

"deepest darkest are the best" Right?

mzchief said...

Ahem....
There is every possibility that the comment that was sent to postsecret.com was not even sent by a military wife and is merely nothing more than some crackpot's idea of a politically incorrect prank.

Anonymous said...

Nobody here has ever had a deep thought nor an original one, hence these people cannot relate.

comment4U said...

Well, it takes a certain level of person to get those "deep, dark" types of secret lifestyles, isn't that right, *me*?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, and I'm sure those "deep, dark secrets" aren't developed at the swimming pool of whatever luxury community you belong to.

comment4U said...

"Luxury community" vs. the level I'm referring to...yeah, that was my point. There are secrets and there are lifestyles. Some live their secrets, and that my friend, is a level most people don't aspire to...I'll take my swimming pool anyday.

Mary Mack said...

And some people "just go through the motions" daily in order to keep fooling everyone in their swimming pool community. If you've got the guts to live out your "deep dark secrets," why is it anybody's business?

comment4U said...

Oh, brother....

*ME* said...

Secret lifestyles can be fun....maybe more folks should try em! For sure dont knock something that hasnt been experienced! BTW kisses Mary mack....:-)

mzchief said...

Of the 4 houses on my cul-de-sac THREE have pools and in NO way can it be described as a "Luxury Community."
note: I live in Wise County.

As for "deepest darkest secrets"...I used 2 dozen stale Krispy Kreme doughnuts to make the bread pudding I took to a sick friend.

comment4U said...

Gawd, you swing those kisses around, and you'll surely get the crabs...