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mimi_ji
mimi_ji
Oct 15 2018
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I moved into a new place with my two cats a few months ago. Some of my housemates previously had cats that died over a year before I moved in (they were both sick and elderly, so it wasn’t unexpected). I occasionally see strange cats out of the corner of my eye as I go about the house, and I’m convinced their cats are Read more

Oct 10 2018
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My first ever job out of college I worked at the front desk of an LGBT community center in a city in the south. Had to sit through multiple meetings that year where I was told “we’re getting more hate messages on social media than usual, let us know if someone strange comes in” or “this person has been an issue for us Read more

Oct 10 2018
22

The made up people should just go post in r/nosleep

Oct 10 2018
7

Yes! I think it was like a wardrobe or armoire though. And there was this whole thing about how toys would disappear from it, and then reappear days later all dirty and broken, and the parents kept blaming the child for the broken toys.

Oct 10 2018
5

I’m reading them at work and still freaking myself out

Oct 10 2018
7

thanks for the details on the greenish grey smoke, that definitely won’t give me nightmares O-O

Oct 10 2018
15

the bared teeth and backing away and NOPE NOPE NOPE. The cats knew.

Oct 10 2018
59

Fingers crossed you didn’t just curse all of us (or yourself) by sharing those photos.

Oct 10 2018
5

This is adorable and giving me flashbacks to my own Girl Scout days, freaking each other out with scary stories on camping trips.

Oct 10 2018
10

NOPE NOPE NOPE. I have experienced that will-not-turn-around moment before and the “ebbing out of the room” is totally accurate. 

Oct 10 2018
2

I guessed what was coming but that final line still gave me goosebumps

Apr 10 2014
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Maybe they couldn't get a pink one to match the rest of the kitchen so they had to put it somewhere out of sight.

Mar 27 2014
2

ME! My heart belongs to whiskey and gin when it comes to liquor, and they're both out at this point so....

Jan 25 2014
9

While you do bring up the good point that it's a problem that goes both ways, getting into an "oppression Olympics" where you try to determine who is being oppressed more doesn't help anyone. Oppression is a very complicated system that affects individuals in very different ways. I felt like the author did address Read more

Dec 2 2013
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Actually I believe that's called body identity integrity disorder. And there are some theories that it is a neurological disorder, where the brain's internal map of the body is for some reason incomplete.

Nov 29 2013
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If you mean phantom limb, there's been a lot of work done by neuroscientists such as V.S. Ramachandran on that, that have even developed effective therapies for getting rid of it.

Nov 1 2013
5

My life feels like it has new meaning now that I know porcupines actually squeak like adorable cartoon characters. I can't handle this.

Oct 6 2013
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Yeah, I grew up in New England, with parents from Virginia and Long Island. And I currently live in Southern California, but have a bunch of friends from Texas/Louisiana. So my map was all over the place. The only area that I apparently spoke nothing like was the Midwest.

Sep 12 2013
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I feel like these would be perfect...if there was also room for a small bathroom in them. If you live anywhere that gets cold in winter, and you want to work for long periods of time without having to put all your cold gear back on to walk back in to the house just to pee? You need a toilet. Just saying.