Celia: She made me watch The Exorcist when I was five and told me that was going to happen to me if I didnt pray. I was devastated. I wore a rosary around my neck until I was seven. I have recovered. The Exorcist is no longer a scary movie but every time I hear the soundtrack I do get a little frightened. She also told me that Jesus was watching me at all times, so when I was in a room by myself I was afraid to do something bad. I am now agnostic. And Im afraid of Jesus Christ.
Andrew: Let me count the ways. When I was 16 my mother thought it would be a good idea to move to Key West. So instead of finishing high school with some sort of adult supervision, I finished on my own. I came home from school, got off the bus and there was a note: "Ive gone to Key West." I have lots of issues. I cant hold a relationship. Lots of sedation and therapy. I did inherit my mothers love of pills. But Im a forgive-and-forget kind of guy. I did do a bunch of mushrooms in the Virgin Islands with her.
Amy: My mother has borderline personality disorder. Shes a fuckin maniac. Bless her little fuckin PhD heart. When I was in high school, I was a singing telegram and my mother hired me for one of her lovers. She was married. So I delivered a singing telegram in a thong bikini to one of her lovers delivering balloons She was a [Washington] Redskin fan, so I came as Pocahontas I learned the Redskin theme song. She then proceeded not to claim me as her daughter.
"Am I asking to much to hope for something like this?" Kowloon is what you…
Watch out for that odd bedfellow, Libby.
No loss. It wasn't that great.
Requiem for a Dream
Yup. I call Jessica Blankenship out for her stuff too Rodney.
@Cassie, It is not buck passing at all actually. What they said is the reality…