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Anything Goes
If you can't quite figure out where to put your confession, then this might be just the place!

Did you do something wild on your trip to Europe? Do you fantasize about your therapist ..or your patients? Do you park in handicapped parking spaces? Did you steal a pack of gum from the grocery store? Need to get something off your chest, something you did or something someone did to you? Tell us all here at Anything Goes.

Tell us all about your experiences. Tell us your best or your worst. We want to know.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Monica was/is a neglectful mother. In order to secure a car from her abusive boyfriend, who held the title, she allowed him to abuse her daughter emotionally and physically. (he threatened to take the car away if she left him, and threw a fit when she didn't "trust him" with the care of her daughter while she was at work) She told many people of the abuse, but only to gain sympathy, because she never did anything about it. When her daughter revealed to me that her boyfriend instructed her daughter not to tell me what he did to her during the day, she vowed to take her daughter out of that situation, but never did. (again, citing the "problem" with the car)

    Stupid boyfriend watched whatever movies he wanted to watch in front of child (who was only 5 at the time); one of those movies was American Pie. Monica knew as much, but then marveled at her daughter's potty mouth and growing sexual sophistication. Someone had to be blamed for the latter (she automatically believed her daughter was being sexually abused, though I have doubts that the abuse in her home actually went that far) and by god she wasn't about the accept responsibility for her daughter's problems! Enter the babysitter of five months. (Me!) I often wonder if the charges were leveled against my family because she realized how close I was to calling child protective services on her. In any case, she made her accusations and followed them up with a promise not to call the authorites to "turn me in" because she didn't want to "tear my family apart." (she also made it clear that she didn't want the authorities nosing around her daughter) She then went on to use us as scapegoats, blaming her daughter's many emotional and behavioral problems (that she'd been exhibiting for two years) on us and the so-called abuse she supposedly suffered in our house during the five months I took care of her. Monica told this to the school, her parents, her friends, and convinced herself, I suppose, in order to make herself feel better for allowing her boyfriend to abuse her daughter. Little did she know that by law the school has to turn in all accusations of abuse. But, what can I say? The woman isn't very smart, nor does she have any common sense.

    Much to her surprise, I happened to be first in line to turn the matter in; I turned the entire matter over to the authorities, including all her trashy accusations. My family was quickly cleared. Monica helped a great deal on that accord, because she did her level best to duck the authorities at every turn, refusing to cooperate with the investigation, never allowing the police to have access to her child for an interview.(the liar was afraid the truth would come out!)

    The story does not end with the clearing of myself and my family. (unfortunately) Dear Monica continues to spread rumors about me to get even for my turning the matter over to the authorities. The police said I could file suit for slander, but I don't want to spend money defending myself against that stupid twit. Most people in our town don't believe her anyway(knowing me well, and knowing her *oh* too well). There are those of less than average intelligence that do believe her unadulterated bullshit, so as a result, my name is slightly tarnished in my community.
    Lovely, eh?

    She is moving out of our town soon. Can't wait. Everytime I see her, I feel like vomiting. I was told that the CPS would intervene in her household. As far as I know nothing happened to her, and the neglect going on in her house was not investigated or corrected. Boyfriend did move out, however, amid accusations of domestic abuse. Now she is dating some married guy. Ah, I used to be a fucking liberal. No more.

    She's a rotton homewrecker and a horrible mother.

    #662 — Comments (1) — Nov 29, 2003 at 7:19 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    A few years ago I spent the summer in Spain. One Sunday morning in Barcelona I had to pee and it got worse and worse. I found a big, swanky hotel and dashed to the Ladies Restroom. I could hardly keep it in. It was closed for cleaning and a large female cleaner was outside. I made for the men's room next door, but she stopped me, shaking a finger. I took out some money and offered her about a buck. No go. I stuffed some more bills in her hand and pushed her aside. The men's cubicles were like small boxes, completely enclosed. I raised the seat, pulled down my clothes and fired away. After about five seconds I paused, shifted my aim to the left and gushed the rest all over the floor (had to be a bit nimble to miss my shoes!). Then, so there could be no misunderstanding, I wiped myself twice and left the tp in the puddle. I left in excellent spirits. It's called getting your money's worth!

    #660 — Comments (0) — Nov 29, 2003 at 5:10 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I dreamt I met a women that looked like Abby from "ER". It was instant love. In the dream, I felt like I was totally in love.
    I woke up, still happy from that feeling.

    #633 — Comments (2) — Nov 19, 2003 at 11:54 AM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    this isnt really a confession, but more of a question. theres this guy i like at school who likes me back, but hes not the type of guy i usually go for. But thats not why im wondering, theres this other guy i like at school who likes me a little bit, but doesnt talk to me so much ( the other guy does) and hes the exact type of guy i like--blonde hair, blue eyes, shaggy hair, funny, wild-dazed side. what do you think i should do? or is this a no brainer and i should obviously go out with the guy who talks to me? imean, ive liked the blonde haired guy for almost 4 years now and im practically in love with him

    #596 — Comments (15) — Nov 14, 2003 at 12:43 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    i want to try an alcoholic drink (something harder than wine or champagne) but i dont know how to come across it. we have none in our house and i always think that i could go over my grandparents house and when there not in the room i could sneak in the kitchen and steal beers out of the fridge, is this sick or wrong? please tell me what you think!

    #595 — Comments (7) — Nov 14, 2003 at 12:40 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I've always heard that one should always count their blessings. I would like to say that I'm thankful....

    That my hearing allows me to hear car stereos from two blocks away...

    That my body doesn't require a lot of sleep from my neighbor revving his car engine all hours of the night...

    That my parents overcame their lack of style to teach me how to wear pants that stay up, or wear a hat straight...

    That television was actually educational and taught me "to give a hoot and not pollute"...

    That parents, schools and church taught taking responsibility for my actions...

    yes, I really am thankful!!

    #590 — Comments (1) — Nov 10, 2003 at 1:05 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    ...... and now I feel fat.

    #588 — Comments (1) — Nov 9, 2003 at 7:36 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Heard an interesting conversation between two young ladies as they walked passed me and entered a club on Tuesday night. One of them said to her friend "So, you'll keep buying the pints until I have to pee?"
    Her friend replied, "Yes, the longer you hold it the more pints I have to buy. When you've had your first wee you then have to buy the pints for the rest of the night."

    Sounds like an interesting game!!!

    #547 — Comments (3) — Sep 30, 2003 at 4:15 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    ive always wondered what to say when a guy says, has anyone ever told you youre cute/pretty/beautiful, because a guy told me that and i didnt know what to say because a couple guys have told me that before. Are you supposed to say oh nobodys ever said that to me, and act happy or do you just say yeah someone has?

    #537 — Comments (6) — Sep 25, 2003 at 2:50 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Anything Goes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    He comes home after work, sits on the couch and ignores me.
    I try talking, and get nowhere.
    A little affection, maybe? NO.
    So this morning I pooped in his favorite shoe. That will teach him not to change my litter box!
    Meooowww : )

    #534 — Comments (3) — Sep 22, 2003 at 2:13 PM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove This.
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