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Have you ever had a friend that showed or told you more than you ever (ever) wanted to know? Do you like sharing your secrets, or are you a very private person? Do you have no shame?
-- Tim (email@example.com), May 13, 2000
I'm actually a very private person. Hmm, and I have an online journal. Riiiiiight. I don't have any secrets to keep to myself and the ones I do aren't very important. My family, on the other hand, has no problem at all telling me things I don't need to know. And you don't need or want to know either. *shudder* ohhhhhh, that's not good. *shudder*
-- Krysten (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 13, 2000.
Has a friend ever told me more than I ever wanted to know? Of course not! I'm nosy and I gotta know *everything*! Mwaha! (cough) Um. Just kidding, promise. Honestly, though, I don't think I've ever been told really embarrassing secrets before. (At least, I didn't see them as embarrassing.)
Yup, I'm a private person and I find it pretty hard to talk to people I know well --- close friends, family --- about my feelings. It's a bit odd. I am still under the illusion that what I put on the Internet 'private' --- i.e. will never get found out by anyone I blab about in the journal. Which is a dumb way of thinking, I know, but I must keep my bubble, dammit! Ahh.
-- Ducky (email@example.com), May 14, 2000.
God, you can never tell me more than I want to know. I'm all about details. But I do consider myself a fairly private person. I don't walk around the school crying and telling everyone all about my problems. (And YES there ARE people at my school who do that!)
-- becca (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 14, 2000.