deerlady83
deerlady83
8/17/19
12:39 PM
1

“Lewd balloons”? What the fuck are “lewd balloons”? Did she make some that looked like cocks?

8/17/19
2:03 AM
36

My Bday is on the traditional Memorial day as well, but my story is sweeter. I was a young kid and horse crazy on a farm full of all kinds of animals but a horse so friends brought their big old black horse for me to ride, and it was a great treat to ride him around, he was all decked out and polished so I walked/trott Read more

8/16/19
8:30 PM
10

My parents lived in the Louisville area, and as it happened, Thunder Over Louisville was going on during the weekend of both their memorial services. So both my parents went out with a bang.

8/16/19
6:38 PM
59

I grew up a Jehovah’s Witness and wasn’t allowed to celebrate my birthday. It took a few years(due to residual feelings of guilt that are connected to leaving a cult), but the first birthday I officially celebrated with an actual party was the best one.

12/22/18
1:06 AM
8

If it were my family, they would sort through them and take the best of both sets before returning the rest

12/21/18
11:48 PM
29

Reminds me of the time I was about to start housesitting for a college friend and his wife (who hated me). My friend had picked me up and brought me over to their house, and about 20 minutes after I arrived, his wife came home from work, stopped dead, and glared at me. I couldn’t figure out what I had done until my Read more

12/21/18
11:33 PM
33

No, she sent her poor husband to return them! Now, whenever my sister-in-law offers to host a holiday, we remind her to hide the steak knives.

12/21/18
11:06 PM
117

Three years ago, my beloved father in law died on Christmas day. It was horrible. Fast forward and as I am typing this on a bathroom break, I am watching as my husband of 22 years dies from metastatic brain cancer. Although filed with morphine sulphate liquid, he is restless beyond belief and unable to communicate Read more

12/21/18
10:18 PM
21

I’m sorry but that’s the funniest thing I’ve heard in a while. Did she bring the knives back or did she decide to try to brazen it out and keep them?

12/21/18
9:33 PM
89

The finest Christmas memory was several years ago, while eating a delicious dinner, my batshit crazy sister accused my sister-in-law of stealing her steak knives. She went around the table and took all of the knives back and stormed out of there. Read more

12/21/18
3:08 PM
19

Because of the money, I believe. My daughter was classified an 1/8th quantum Chippewa. One of her father’s cousins did a TON of genealogy work and demonstrated her grandfather Bill and his 8 siblings were full blooded Chippewa, not half as he was registered (Bill’s dad had a birth certificate listing hims as White, Read more

12/21/18
11:02 AM
10

This sounds exactly like my history. Thank you for explaining it more eloquently  than I could have.

12/21/18
10:35 AM
55

Indians, horses, and dogs. The three things that are categorized by blood quantum in the US. I’m half Indigenous, with the half coming from two tribes that are referred to as sister tribes. The two tribes speak the same language, have the same traditional foods and dress, we harvest the same wild foods, and our Read more

12/11/18
11:44 AM
1

My ex-boyfriend went on a family vacation once where he and his sister were forced to share a bed. It made him so uncomfortable that he slept in the opposite direction as her AND on top of the covers. And those were the nights he didn’t just give up and sleep on the floor.

12/10/18
2:35 PM
1

Haha!  My niece did that to me.  My sister was traveling overseas, and she called to see how everyone was.  I said we were all pretty good except that Beth (the 18-month old) didn’t seem to want to eat.  Well, she said, you’re fine as long as she doesn’t throw up.  We hung up, I picked up Beth, and she vomited down my Read more