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Confess, ye sleuthy sinners!
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Old Shoe

Nov-16-2006 00:47

Sooo...the mighty gumshoe board feels a bit slow today. *Bob the Builder voice* Can we fix it? Yes we can!

Got a skeleton pounding on your closet? A secret in the attic? A monkey (no, not precious Bobo...and not the raging back hair you try to pass off as a Bonobo backpack either) on your back?

Let it all out, boo.

K, I'll start with a few (true) examples.

When I was 16, I robbed the house belonging to to heir of a pickle dynasty.

I used to steal Volkswagen signs to be more like one of the Beastie Boys.

I have bought more than one kind of deodorant in the same day, on the advice of a friend.

I salivate a little whenever I walk by a hot dog vendor.

I totally car-megeddoned a pigeon last month.

Sometimes, I find Bob Sagat funny.

I'm Canadian and I really don't care about hockey.

Plus, I covet my neighbor's ox every day.



Maria South
Maria South

Aug-11-2007 14:52

I think this is my 3rd or fourth time...... ack....

Don't worry, Chelsey1974, I can't tell time on an old-fasioned clock either.

I am deathly afriad of death. I'm not kidding.

Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Battered Shoe

Aug-14-2007 20:44

I think it is enormously funny in The Goonies when the skeleton's head rolls off.

I am spending most of the money I have on ebay for old movie posters (Researching movies is my main hobby) to decorate the room in my new house instead of buying a nice year-long subscription to sleuth. (this is truly a sin)

I drink lemon water.

I just bought a silent movie from 1917.

I have watched 4 R Rated movies, and one of them is my favorite movie of all time. (I am 13)

The oldest movie that is among my favorites is 7 years older than I am.

I lived in Kentucky for 10 years and I still have my mid-western accent.

Sometimes I get on the computer when I'm not supposed to.

I am supposed to be asleep because this is supposed to be a school night. (but I am moving so I don't have to go for a while)

The best conversations I carry are with my grandparents due to my taste in old movies.

My piano books were packed by the movers when I was supposed to salvage them for my piano lesson tomorrow. My LAST piano lesson.

Only today have I seen Hairspray for the first time.

I stayed up all night to read the new Harry Potter book. Without realizing I had a dentist appoinment in the morning.

I hate coke, and have never drunk a bottle/can of it in my life.

My teacher's comment on my last entry in my required school journal was "I wanted an entry, not an essay."

Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Battered Shoe

Aug-14-2007 20:57

One more thing- I bought 18 Wax Packs for the movie Goonies and apart from getting almost all of the trading cards I was stuck with 18 pieces of gum that I didn't want or need. So I dared my sister's boyfriend to chew a piece of it. (it was 22 years old)

Smart as he was, he didn't accept the dare.

Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Battered Shoe

Aug-14-2007 21:07

One more thing- (sorry, guess I'm in the confessing mood)

I'm a vegetarian and nobody else in my family is and every time they eat or cook meat I never let it go without lecturing them.

Old Shoe

Aug-15-2007 00:26

I have to say I think Kathryn's confessions are among the best in the land. That teacher's an idiot. Trust me, after four years of reading junk from university students so idiotic it's barely coherent, she doesn't know how good she's got it over there. But then again, Drambuie for lunch tends to make one impatient.

You must have had at least one know that you hated it.

I stole a towel from the YMCA the other day, washed it and cut it in half. Now I have two really jagged-edged white towels. I'm gonna steal more.

The smallest thing I have ever stolen was a rosemary leaf. The biggest was a sail from a windsurfer.

Nine times out of ten, the song in my head is the theme music from WKRP in Cincinatti.

I've never eaten a goose.

The older I get, the more closely I watch commercials for eyelifts.

I'm a food snob, but I really really like Kraft cheese singles.

I 'enhanced' the tomato soup at this restaurant I worked with a couple of mouse droppings.

Today I watched an old episode of The Cosby Show, and spent a significant amount of time wondering where Raven Simone went wrong.

I developed chest hair at the age of 14. I haven't worn a tank top in public since.

I served my friends meat that was so raw inside it was cold to the touch (I actually like it that way), and somehow managed to pull off the 'that's how they do it in france' crap with a straight face.

I routinely make character assessments of virtual strangers based solely on appearance (not good looks, but, if you're carrying a yoga mat, I know you're 'one of those').

I am late for everything.

I only learned how to pump gas at the age of 20.

I've never been happy with any of my Hallowe'en costumes.

I just ran into one of my mom's friends and told her I had a book coming out under the pseudonym 'Aloicious Vicious'.

Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Kathryn Gumshoe the 7th
Battered Shoe

Aug-15-2007 10:31

lol I had one sip of coke and never touched the stuff again, so I really never have drunk a can or bottle.

Steve Long
Steve Long

Sep-1-2007 22:47

I LOVE this thread!
I'm acutally female and the female team member to this agent shares my first name. Steve is my husband's name, which should tell you I have no imagination.
I also have a 3rd detective.

I refuse to turn the windshield wipers all the way up on my car because I think it looks very silly.
My favorite favorite movie is The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
I love reality TV.
I live in WV, but I'm not a redneck, I'm actually a finance professional.
On the professional note, I work from home and have been known to ditch work and play sleuth all day.
I have recently acquired piercings in an area that would not be expected on a professional anything.
I own 2 snakes which I'm terribly afraid of.
I actually like the taste of Miller Light and hate wine. Well, except for the kind I make myself.

DCI Thomas loughbrough
DCI Thomas loughbrough

Sep-2-2007 12:20

i love whisky.
Doctor who Sharpe Life on Mars Torchwood Lewis Godfather

Kawaii Kun
Kawaii Kun

Sep-2-2007 22:34

Similar to Kathryn, I hate Coke. In fact, I pretty much don't drink anything except Water, or Iced Tea.

I once went to NY 3 times in 6 months (Is that a confession? Probably not >,<)

I absolutely love "kawaii" emoticons, like the one above.

Personally, I think I'm completely different person when I'm online.

The night before yesterday, I had a dream that I got a one year subscription to Sleuth for free. @.@

I absolutely HATE modern music, like punk (is that a music genre?), rap, or w/e. And I'm supposed to like that kind of music because of my age. Instead, I absolutely love musicals and broadways, such as The Sound of Music, The Music Man, etc.

Although I tend not to watch that much tv, my favorite tv shows range from a normal viewer age from 80 to 3. I still watch I Love Lucy, and yet I still enjoy watching Barney. :3 Of course, I also like NUMB3RS (<3) and Heroes.

I (think) that I'm a pretty good writer (my dream jobs are to be an author and a lawyer, since I love to sue people). The only time I got a really bad score on any essay was when I was in seventh grade, and I received a 1 (out of 5) on the Final "The Contender" essay. Fortunately, a lot of other classmates received bad scores. When we all were told to rewrite it, I wen t online and did research on the book (that book is COMPLETELY boring, which is why I wrote random stuff), and guess what; I got a perfect score the 2nd time!

Ok, I think that was way to much for my own good. For some very strange reason, it's extremely satisfying to confess some random stuff to people you've never met before. :3

Kawaii Kun
Kawaii Kun

Sep-2-2007 22:37

Oh, and one other thing before I leave:

I take band, and I've always been 2nd Chair (thanks to my friend, who always hogs first chair). Fortunately, she's leaving for Spanish this year. When we graduate, we have an Outstanding Band Member of the year. I have been wanting that thing for four years. I really do hope I get it (there were 3 times I actually dreamed about band class), because I've received the Outstanding Band Member"s" of the Year every year (which is still an honor because that's the best thing you can get before we graduate).

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