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post #61 of 96
Three friends my mom, brother, my dad (to an extent) and my wife. As far as friends I'd tell anything, even the really fucked up shit that makes you wake up at night in a cold sweat. . . maybe one.
post #62 of 96
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even the really fucked up shit that makes you wake up at night in a cold sweat
What kind of 'shit' might this be? I honestly can't think of anything that qualifies.
post #63 of 96
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What kind of 'shit' might this be? I honestly can't think of anything that qualifies.
Same thing I was thinking
post #64 of 96
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post #65 of 96
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What kind of 'shit' might this be? I honestly can't think of anything that qualifies.

Ya really think I'm going to tell?
Sometimes nightmares wake me up, but I actually do talk to my wife about those on occasion. Other times I just pretend I need a drink of water and get out of bed.
post #66 of 96
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Ya really think I'm going to tell?
Sometimes nightmares wake me up, but I actually do talk to my wife about those on occasion. Other times I just pretend I need a drink of water and get out of bed.
We all have nightmares.

I recently visited some long-time friends, I awakend them when I was bellowing out during a nightmare. This is not exactly a common occurance ... and I don't really recall the specifics -- well, I do but I'm not telling -- of this dream. In any event, it was one of those wherein I attempted to call out and couldn't. The friends were very concerned, so I told them I was trying to ask the waiter for foie gras and found myself unable to speak. I was desparate to get the phrase out.

They agreed it was a nightmare.
post #67 of 96
absolutely trust? Only myself.

for most everyone else its trust but verify.
post #68 of 96
I would actually like to think that most of my friends could say they have absolute trust in me. Hmmm people who I absolutely trust, I guess I'm slightly confused as to what absolute trust entails. My parents are about the only ones I can think of. I've never had to confide in them and we don't necessarily have the deepest of relationships, but they are truly the best, most honest and kind people I know.
post #69 of 96
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You could always work on your writing & vocabulary skills in order that you might better articulate what you wish to say.

I always trust myself ... even when I'm doing something untrustworthy.

hahaha that's rich

and yes, posting here usually makes me even more aware of my inability to type what I'm thinking. need moar practice!
post #70 of 96
Always my parents, brother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins etc. If you can't trust family etc. etc.

Also, my girlfriend, because without absolute trust a long-term relationship is impossible.

I also have unwavering trust in her family, because they have done things for me that I wouldn't expect or ask from even my own family.

As my father always said, "Some people are owed your respect, but everyone must earn your trust."
post #71 of 96
My mother or my stepfather.
post #72 of 96
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post #73 of 96
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Family, an ex-girlfriend, possibly the current girlfriend and I have a couple of friends who I know would help me dispose of the bodies regardless of the circumstances.
Not trying to be a smart-ass, but....
If she's so trustworthy, then why is she an ex?
post #74 of 96
There are very very few trustworthy people in this world, I'm happy to have found one of them. My current guy has to be one of the most trustworthy people in this world. He's very honest and I can tell him anything without worry of it leaking all over the world! I can say, without a doubt, I can absolutely trust him with every aspect of my life. (:
post #75 of 96
Maybe I'm a pessimist, but I trust no one absolutely.
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