(Closed) The CRAZY in us all! (Confession Time!)

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Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Sex in weird, random places. Lawn, hood of a car, infront of his parent’s house. I’m ashamed by some. lol

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@alotlikelove:  That’s funny, but I think it’s very untrue. Men can and do act just as crazy as women at times. My sister’s most recent trainwreck of a relationship for instance, she breaks up with this guys and he proceeds to call the cops on her and tell them she’s harassing him while he leaves the city. Meanwhile, he’s texting her every second, texting her friends and family, calling up her work (he actually cost her the job), stalking her social networking pages and even showing up at horrible hours banging on the door, all to try to get her to talk to him and take him back.

 

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

OMG, we heard a rumor that Tom Cruise was living in our hometown because Nicole (his wife at the time) was inpatient at a center there for ED. We were in college about an hours drive away at the time. My friend insisted she knew what house he was living at…and so my friend, my sister and I piled into her car and drove toward destiny, singing ♪Tommy can you hear me♪ the whole way there. Of course we get to the neighborhood where the house she insisted she knew of was, to find out she only sort of thought that maybe she knew…and after driving around for an hour, we settled on a house that MUST BE “The.House.” and we parked outside on the street and looked at the door. Um…crap, what were we supposed to do now? Just go up and knock on the door and ask if Tom is home and can come out to play? So, we turned around and drove the hour back to reality.

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

guys can be nuts too, yes, but I find that women’s behavior in certain situations are so much more and absolutely appalling. You know that Carrie Underwood song about Before He Cheats? That’s just cuckoo-town asylum insane right there, and what’s shocking is that there are women who say that sort of thing is justified and even do it!! How can that sort of behavior EVER be justified?

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

A looooong time ago, I once drove a friend over to her crush’s house and surprised him with a terrible rendition of some xmas song or another (it was the holidays), and then asked him if he had any ketchup, because she had just ordered french fries at the Wendy’s near his house, and forgotten to get some.

Does high school even count, since we were all pretty stupid back then?

For my own crushes, I have: 1. Auditioned and performed in a school play, despite being terrified of being on stage at the time, 2. attended religious meetings/services that I was not really interested in on my own, 3. had to leave a computer lab because if I stayed any longer I would have tried to seduce him right there (and he was in a relationship), 4. Gone to numerous sports events, even though I truly hate watching most sports.

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@strawbs:  How is that any different more crazy then the male exes that go around threatening or beating up new dating interests of their ex? 

The major difference between men crazy and woman crazy is men are much more likely to become violent and women are much more likely to be passive aggressive and do things like drive by the guys house, call and hang up or hack or stalk their fb account.

There was a murder suicide in my city a few months back, the ex-husband showed up shot and killed his ex-wife and then took off and deliberately drove headfirst into an on-coming semi on the highway.

Some people out there are just excessively psycho, and that really doesn’t matter about the gender.

Post # 9
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

i knew my ex was cheating on me & i stole a car to catch him in the act.. i was 19 & dumb. i was cought but luckily my family is well known & was able to get me off all charges.

Post # 10
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@drummerbride:  I never said it was a different crazy, but the female crazy happens a shit ton more than it does with guys. I do hear about guys too, often enough, but I don’t hear about guys keying cars.

Post # 12
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

Haven’t been crazy since highschool.

When I was 14 my best friend and I found out my crush lived down the street from me…. however, he lived on a cul-de-sac at the end of the street so it would be pretty obvious if we were walking infront of his house. Oh well – we didn’t care.. we often went for walks around just to see if we could see him. Gosh he was hot.
I remeber one day we took my 4 year old neice for a walk and right as we were infront of his house.. All of a sudden his front door open and he WALKS OUT. I literally picked up my niece and just sprinted away. Totally awkward and obvious but I was 14! I still cringe.

Post # 13
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I helped a girlfriend stalk her ex (she didnt have a car and I did).  

i got caught trying to break into an ex-boyfriends car to leave a “I want you back” note..god he was such a loser too.  

One of my Fiance ex-GF’s tried to stalk me on FB and I totally played into the crazy b*^€~ scheme, it was fun for a while until she got really crazy and we all had to simultaneously un-friend and block her.  He always told me he attrached crazy women and he wasn’t kidding.

Post # 14
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

The craziest thing I’ve ever done would definitely be moving in with FH after we had only been dating three weeks! I still can’t believe I did it, and especially that no one who knew us thought it was crazy, not even my parents! Luckily it worked out, but jeesh. Sounds like a horror story in the making!

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