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    What about you did your classmates or family used to make fun of as a kid? This is a free therapy session (save at least $600 a month!) to unload your (mini) traumas….

    I’ll start:

    I used to bring herring spread sandwiches to school, and the kids were like “ew!!!!! You LIKE it????” holding their noses and inching away….

    I actually did like herring… (sniffle)

    #1035830
    Meno
    Participant

    A little off-topic, but related: I once had herring spread on a cracker when I was little. It was at a kiddush, and I thought it was whitefish. I literally spit it out on the floor.

    There it is. Therapize me…

    #1035831
    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    I used to bring herring spread sandwiches to school, and the kids were like “ew!!!!! You LIKE it????” holding their noses and inching away….

    I used to do that!

    Were you in my class?

    #1035832
    👑RebYidd23
    Participant

    The other kids used to bully me for being more intelligent and knowing more. THe teachers were also jealous, so they ignored it.

    #1035833

    Popa, I said I wouldn’t feed you- but in the case that you’re saying the truth I’ll respond…

    I probably wouldn’t have been in your class because in that case they wouldn’t have held their noses cuz it woud have been “the type” if you had it too to hold onto their noses, cuz you aren’t the type of guy people hold onto their noses for even if they wanted to, cuz it’s too scary to do that cuz you might just call them “Moron”.

    Anyhow, my school wasn’t co-ed.

    #1035834
    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    You don’t need to feed me. You haven’t seen enough to notice yet, but I feed myself.

    #1035835
    cozimjewish
    Member

    “WHAAAAAAT!!!! You don’t like MANGO?!? How can you NOT like mango?!? EVERYONE loves mango!!!!” Well, I’m not everyone. I’m me. And I still don’t like mango, despite the fact that “everyone” loves it…..

    #1035836

    I’m just curious why people like pba and other ultra coffee room addicts here can afford to be here so much of their life? what do you do for a life? answer threads all day?

    #1035837

    What traumatized me as a child was an experience of falling on the stairs of an escalator while it was moving. although it was only a fright. no injury.

    and living through a ride through a car wash. that was terrifying. I still don’t get why my folks dafka went through when I was with them in the car.

    #1035838
    cozimjewish
    Member

    ARFWS – i loooooooved car washes – they were like the treat of the century! Though I can see why you would be scared. I do other stuff during the day/night, and in between I post. Also, at like 3am, I think “What should I do now? I know. I’ll see if anyone replied on the CR.” If they did, then I post. Ditto for 4am. (I can survive on 4 hrs sleep a night)

    #1035839

    are you a psychopath? psychopaths are known for surviving on very little sleep.

    #1035840
    cozimjewish
    Member

    ARWSF – never thought about it. I hope not, but can’t say for sure ;P

    #1035841
    cozimjewish
    Member

    BTW – i don’t usually go to bed at 4am, but it has happened 🙂 usually around 1:30/2:00

    #1035842

    Popa, crack a smile at least :). And be nice. ARWSF- you too.

    #1035843

    cozim…are you married. ..because I’M not…

    #1035844
    cozimjewish
    Member

    No I’m not married 🙂 bit young for that! why are only married people supposed to get no sleep?? And btw, what are YOU doing up at this hour???

    #1035845
    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    ARWSF, I hope everything worked out for you and you are moving on… We are rooting for you!

    #1035846

    yes its been almost 3 years since I that post that broke the camel’s back and led to my divorce. Remember? I still and always will appreciate everyone’s support and helpful advice. including taking a photos of my child’s injuries inflicted by her father. because it became useful in court.

    #1035847
    Letakein Girl
    Participant

    ARWSF,

    I found that thread just yesterday! I was wondering what happened in the end. So happy to hear things are ok now.

    #1035848
    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    ARWSF, I do glad it’s over for you! May you have an easy life and no more harm or pain. Keep running!

    LG, That is so interesting because I also found it yesterday!

    #1035849
    cozimjewish
    Member

    ARWSF – sorry, I didn’t realize what you meant! I hope I didn’t come across as mean, I haven’t been here too long, and when you said you weren’t married, I thought you meant like me, single. If I offended you, I apologize.

    #1035850

    Divorced people can be single, too! So can widows and widowers. “Single” is not necessarily synonymous with “never married”.

    #1035851

    single=divorced

    married=union of two individuals

    me=still hoping to Hashem

    #1035852

    all of my childhood traumas were caused thrue teachers

    #1035853
    showjoe
    Participant

    like what?

    #1035854

    Teachers embarrassing me in front of the whole class, teachers making me feel stupid and teachers verbally saying that I’m stupid and putting me down in any way possible

    #1035855
    Health
    Participant

    ARWSF -“What traumatized me as a child was an experience of falling on the stairs of an escalator while it was moving. although it was only a fright. no injury.”

    I ran up a down-escalator on a date. It was fun.

    “and living through a ride through a car wash. that was terrifying.”

    Sounds like fun to me!

    #1035856
    oomis
    Participant

    A near-drowning experience, gave me a lifelong fear of the water, though I can swim.

    #1035857
    cozimjewish
    Member

    oomis – I also nearly drowned once! But thankfully I still love swimming so I don’t really consider that a childhood trauma 🙂 I have to agree with wannabechassidish – my biggest childhood trauma was coz of a teacher :'(

    #1035858
    Randomex
    Member

    I’m just curious why people like pba and other ultra coffee room addicts here can afford to be here so much of their life? what do you do for a life? answer threads all day?

    Well, for all we know, Popa could be on YWN’s payroll.

    I don’t have much of a life…

    always runs with scissors fast:

    yes its been almost 3 years since I that post that broke the camel’s back and led to my divorce. Remember? I still and always will appreciate everyone’s support and helpful advice.

    cozimjewish:

    ARWSF,

    I found that thread just yesterday! I was wondering what happened in the end. So happy to hear things are ok now.

    LG, That is so interesting because I also found it yesterday!

    I’m pretty sure those last two posts are by “ultra coffee room addicts.” 🙂

    Actually, it’s been less than 3 years, according to the time-stamp.

    #1035859
    cozimjewish
    Member

    Randomex – I’m an ultra coffee room addict???? Oh boy I had better watch myself, I’ve only been here about 3 weeks! Yikes :)! Also BTW, you quoted me, but it was actually Letakein Girl who said “ARWSF,

    I found that thread just yesterday! I was wondering what happened in the end. So happy to hear things are ok now.”

    #1035860
    cozimjewish
    Member

    “Actually, it’s been less than 3 years, according to the time-stamp.”

    That would be why she used the lashon “ALMOST” three years 🙂

    #1035861
    Randomex
    Member

    cozimjewish:

    Seeing as it wasn’t you I was quoting, I didn’t mean to say that you were a Coffee Room addict. And, of course, you’re right about the “almost.” Looks like I’ve really got to read more carefully…

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