CONFESSION BOOTH, PART DOS



i've had lots of requests for the confession booth to be posted again. it was all sorts of craziness when i opened the first booth back in june. so..........................

today i am turning off my statcounter, removing my feedjit, and opening up confession booth dos. feel free to air your dirty laundry, the skeletons in yours or your neighbor's closets, your pet peeves, whatever. you can do it as "anonymous", or make up a name, whatever floats your boat.

but here's how it's going down:

1. i'm gonna use comment moderation on this go-round. try to not get your freak on too much-- if it's too insane for even a jaded chick like me, it won't make the cut. but give it your best shot! I VALIDATE YOU.

2. i would like to stress that i am NOT your bishop/priest/parole officer/last rights, so if you murdered someone?? go to another blog. please. NOW.

don't make me cry.

3. feel free to confess without me knowing who you are or where you're from--everything will be turned off until the booth is closed.

and to quote tori, the genius creator of confession booth, "if you are a psycho who wears scary masks, please don't tell me. thanks."


we're now open for business until saturday the 11th. have at it.

217 comments:

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CJ, the Purple Diva said...

First?
Okay, I'll confess...I take things from other blog pages. Yep. You heard me...I lift 'em right off...not like personal things, cause I don't need anyone else' drama...but like funny things...but I mostly, is that a word, do it from people like I don't know, and like I hope don't read my blog page. And yet, I got the page protector thing on mine...but I freely give to any who ask! Does that count?
Don't be hating!

Anonymous said...

I wanted to do this last time but didn't.

I secretly hate the "family" name that we gave our first child. I fought it, but to no avail.

I wish I could change it legally!

Anonymous said...

I made my friend and her boyfriend (now husband) steal my boyfriend's (now husband's) fuzzy dice from his car because I thought they were so tacky!! He was freaked out because he thought somebody really broke into his car.

I was such a mean girl.

Kristina P. said...

I had no idea you did one of these in June!

My Post Secret post, where I did the same thing, was one of my favorite posts.

Anonymous said...

I once went with a boyfriend to a strip club and he bought me a lap dance.

Vanessa said...

WAHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! It's back! So, so, so, happy! Now I have to confess, but I had to subscribe!! YAY!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

No Way!!! My wife's sister did the same thing!!! (And we still love her :) You know we still love ya!! I bet you're dying right now that I saw your post......and I know it's you :)

Ok while I'm at the grand confessional, I guess I better just go ahead and admit that I love In and Out Burgers. I wish they would hurry up and build a store in Northern Utah. Chadder's can only take you so far.

Thanks for the Confession Board... I just read your June board and Tori's as well....Great entertainment! I feel like I know Tori and her husband from one of the anon posts.....like more than I should know about them!!! ha ha...if I can figure out that post was from her, then she must have meant for everyone to know....right?

After reading ALL of the posts (I just couldn't stop) I must say that I was surprised about how many women were still worked up about seemingly little things (Ex: making out in your teenage years, stealing candy when you were a child)

Like Alan Covert (Adam Sandler's friend "Sammy" in The Wedding Singer) said, "At the end of the day, I just want someone to hold me and say, Everything is going to be ok."

Well that's just what I wish for all of you.....someone to hold you and say, "Everything is going to be ok" :)

Thanks for all of the great posts!!

Pedaling said...

i think this is going to be entertaining...

Anonymous said...

I don't get along with my mother in law. She wishes her son would have married someone else.
But guess what? I am here to stay!

Anonymous said...

Okay. Here it is: About five years ago I wanted a swimming pool really bad. (We live in AZ where it is hot 364 days a year)
We really couldn't afford to build one, but my poor DH got tired of fighting it and we finally built one. We have had a hard time paying for it, and I rarely get in it because I feel so guilty.

This is the first comment I've ever made on your site, by the way. My husband and I get on almost every day. Thanks!

Suzie said...

I am excited and scared all at the same time about this post.
Mostly excited.
I'LL BE BACK!

jennie w. said...

I like to blow my nose in the sink after I'm done washing my face. Hmmm, that's embarrassing enough that I should probably be anonymous. Oh well!

Anonymous said...

I have had more sex than I'm willing to admit to anyone.

Ida said...

ok I will confess here because family reads my blog. I once was a naughty girl. I was umm "having some fun in a car" on a lonely ditch bank. When the sheriffs came at the very end. Yes I was dressed by that time. But let's just say we looked distressed. * I hold my head in shame* but those were good times. I was an adult I was married. LOL

Ida said...

oh yeah I steal from others blogs too but usually I give a shout out that I stole.

Anonymous said...

I once walked across a golf course with my boyfriend without my shirt on. It was night time, and nobody saw us.

I would reccomend it. Totally.

Anonymous said...

My boss is the nicest man on the planet. But he has the worst body odor!

I know I can never say anything, but I wish I could.

Anonymous said...

I once got a little nuts in the mechanical closet at Body English in Las Vegas.

Anonymous said...

One of my besties keeps talking about moving to my new neighborhood. I find it irritating, irrational, and creepy.

Anonymous said...

I have TOTALLY messed up some of our financial stuff,but haven't had the heart to tell DH. He's a great guy and probably won't be mad, but i know it will stress him out so I keep trying to fix it myself and I keep making it worse.

Anonymous said...

I had lots of pre-marital relations before I was married and never told my husband.

Anonymous said...

Despite having a FABULOSO husband who is spiritual, kind and helpful in the house-- we've only had sex once this year. Twice last year and 4 the year before that. At times, I secretly wish I'd married the first guy that proposed. I know, I know, time for counseling. Please don't judge.

Nathan said...

So ... don't judge.

I'm sure I'll have to give back a man card for this one, but I secretly love to watch Gilmore Girls. My wife got me hooked on them, and I think they are hilarious. We have almost all of the seasons, and when there is nothing good on TV, they are usually our first backup. I know that to others, this is probably only one baby step up from a guy getting a manicure, but I can't help it if they are genuinely funny.

Mindi, you should feel proud. This is comment #2 on your blog, and that is 2 more than most of the other blogs I stalk. :-)

Mindi said...

nathan--i DO feel proud. kinda like i should go out and get a billboard. which is my next step, naturally...

thank you for you TWO comments--you made my year.

ps the gillmore girls is VERY manly.

Anonymous said...

My mother in law drives me absolutely insane. She's got major emotional issues and always seems so pathetic and helpless, and I wish so bad I could just tell her how I feel. And it drives me crazy that my husband just goes along with it all, and lets her manipulate him the way she does.

Anonymous said...

I let my kids watch WAY TOO MUCH TV.

I also don't check on their homework as often as I should.

Karen said...

I tolerate my in-laws, but don't really care for most of them. My side of the family is far from perfect, but my husband's side of the family is a flippin' mess.

Anonymous said...

I have 4 collection companies calling me on a daily basis to get moolah from me. I can't pay because right now we are living on $2000/a month with 3 kids and a mortgage. Do the math. We are sinking, and racking up more debt, grrrrr. Hopefully the money will start pouring in in the next month or two.

Anonymous said...

I wish I could publicly tell people why I don't like my sister-in-law's parenting. And tell her that anyone with common sense would not do what she is doing to her kids' health and safety.

Also, I still haven't forgiven her for the selfish, unthinking things she said before and after I got married.

Anonymous said...

Okay, here goes...

I googled an old (5-year long) boyfriend and magically found his wife's blog. I read it religiously every day. I am so happy for them and always wonder how it would have been if he and I had gotten married. Based on her blog, I now adore his wife (in a non-sexual kind of way) and think she is so sweet. I kind of think that they have the life I would've had.

Anonymous said...

I am married, but I have recently met a few guys that I know are totally into me. I will NEVER let anything go anywhere and probably won't see them very often, but it's still okay to crush, right?

Anonymous said...

I HATE my nose. It's weird that it takes confessional to actually get this out of me, but I find it very hard to talk about, even to close friends and my husband. I am so ashamed of it and hope to get it "repaired" one day. I actually think I am pretty (sometimes) if it weren't for this stupid nose. Is it sad that I have never for a second found myself completely pretty?

Anonymous said...

I think my sister is messing up her kids. I worry about them daily.

Anonymous said...

I have a very insecure "blogging" acquaintance that creeps me out. She is obsessed with getting comments and if a comment if left on so and so's and not her blog she is jealous. She is a little over the top on impressions...which by the way are fabricated. What are we...13?
There...I said it.
I feel better.
Amen.

Amanda said...

This is what got me hooked lurking on Word to Your Mother. Suzie @ Eagerbrood had a link to your confessional booth. Been reading since!

Anonymous said...

I have a good friend that bugs. She thinks that she is all that and more. (I guess if you tell yourself that for long enough you can believe anything right?)
People really don't like her for the most part, they tolerate her. She is very negative and she hates people until they give her a reason to like them. She is a beast. I feel like I am in a trapped relationship. Very unhealthy on my part.

Anonymous said...

i was talking to my friend on the phone and she was telling me how she hates it when her husband is out of town- i knew i had a problem when i thought to myself i wouldn't even care if my husband was out of town. i can count on one hand how many conversations we have had in the last year. issues? yes. counseling? don't know if i even care.

Anonymous said...

mine is a reverse confession, in june i confessed that i didn't really love my husband and that i thought of being single all the time. i was so wrong. he is so great and i have it all! that first confession really woke me up.

on the down side, his mom still TOTALLY drives me nuts. and i can't stand most of his family. and my brother's wife is still crazy and offensive.

Anonymous said...

I have certain friends that I only hang out with so I can laugh at them behind their back. I am usually not a mean person, but some of these idiots that live near me drive me crazy!

Anonymous said...

I was secretly relieved when my boyfriend's mom passed away a couple of months ago. She was very conniving & did things that were detrimental to her health in order to cause "medical crises" and get attention. While the whole thing has been hard for him, I'm glad she can't manipulate him any more.

Anonymous said...

I never graduated from high school.

Tori :) said...

To the anonymous person who wrote: I feel like I know Tori and her husband from one of the anon posts.....like more than I should know about them!!! ha ha...if I can figure out that post was from her, then she must have meant for everyone to know....right?

Whoever thinks that I wrote about anything extra personal (especially having to do with my husband) on MY confession booth is sadly mistaken. I'd be curious to know which confession you thought was "mine"...

Anonymous said...

I feel absolutelyl horrible, but I don't really love my husband. I feel like I settled, and if I could do it all again, I would not marry him. Even though, we have amazing kids. I just don't have the life that I imagined I'd have, and I totally blame him. I try to be happy with what I have (because he does have some good qualities) but I just can't move past some pretty big issues. I think about leaving him all the time, but I don't have the guts.

Anonymous said...

Tori,

I'm sorry...I shouldn't have started naming names....I was referring to a comment on the last board that was about a lady and her man being free from razors and at the end she said, "Don't tell his cop friends" My apologies, but I hope you get a good laugh from it all!

Anonymous said...

I used to say that I would rather have root canal than have sex. But something clicked about a year ago. Now my husband and I get it on like rabbits. 2 and 3 times a day.
I can't get enough. We tell the kids we are going to "talk" and have a quickie. He comes home at lunch for some mid-day lovin'. We wake up at 3 in the morning for it.

And I love it!

Christie said...

I'm addicted to reading other people's confessions - it makes me feel more normal :)

I'm one of those hypocritical LDS people who occasionally goes to stores and restaurants on Sunday. I don't do it every week - but the crowds are less and much more enjoyable. We do always at least make it a family function.

Anonymous said...

When I was a teenager, and I would babysit for people in my neighborhood/ward, I would rifle through the parents bedroom drawers. I'm not really sure what I was looking for. Maybe something really hot and steamy.

Let that be a lesson to all of us that get babysitters, you may get one like me that goes through your stuff and then tells their friends about what they found on the bus ride to school.

Anonymous said...

I download music illegally.

Harlene said...

I want to call "anonymous the bunny rabbit" out of the closet!!!

Do tell What exactly clicked;)!

Anonymous said...

My husband and I are empty nesters. So after church we go see movies. ALOT! Never crowded. Our kids are grown so we have no one to answer to.

Darian said...

Me too about the anonymous bunny rabbit! I would love to have that great of a desire again...How come we only want things that we can't have?

I will confess that I am addicted to computer games. Did I confess this last time? I play them all the time. Games like Diner Dash, Farm Frenzy, etc.

Anonymous said...

I think less of adults who read the "Twilight" series books.

Anonymous said...

Mindi,
This is the greatest blog that I have ever read. Seriously, keep the confessions coming people.

jennie w. said...

You guys are awesome!

Anonymous said...

I moved to a new state and have meet some nice LDS ladies BUT I always want to swear around them!.... I hold my tongue and I don't let the words out but **### $%^^&&@
that felt good

Renee said...

This is not so much a confession as it is a warning... I HATE FULL FRONTAL HUGS!!! HATE HATE HATE. I don't want to feel anyone's "grand tetons" up all in my space. I've even developed a tricky little maneuver to get out of a spontaneous attempt (usually some eager beaver at church, no offense) Arm over chest, turn and pat, pat, pat.

I just hate them.

Whitney R said...

Interesting....

We don't have sex as much as I'd like. Weird that the wife wants it more than the husband? I feel sorry for those who say they are not in love with their husbands. I feel very fortunate for mine. He's perfect (for me).

I once posted about my first experience teaching my YW group. Maybe you read it? And I told them I had never parked. Well, after I went home and thought about it I realized I have. (I know... How do you realize?? Well.. I did) Four times. And I didn't really get around much before I was married.

Oh how I hope none of them stumble on the confession booth.

Don't judge.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a Mormon. It's not common in my region, so I wasn't really familiar with it until recently. As I've met more LDS bloggers, I've been doing some reading on the faith. And while I'm indifferent about most things, I think that baptism of the dead is downright creepy.

Anonymous said...

I am tired that whenever we fight (or now, I don't fight I just walk away) my husband calls me a bitch. My mother in law found out and called him and cussed him out, but he doesn't know that I know. Is it wrong to like your in-laws more than your own family? My sister-in-laws are there to support me, but my mom and family has no clue of the turmoil I have been in over the last 15 years. I wish my husband actually realized what a good person I am, and how I am a good wife and mother. He has anger management issues and need help. I have spent 15 years blaming myself and I finally realize that I am not the person he says I am.

Tori :) said...

Yeah... totally NOT my "razor" confession! LOL! Thanks for clearing up my confusion.

Anonymous said...

I love to read all these confessions. But not for the reasons you might think: I am an L.D.S. blogger and i love my husband and my family. But there are some things we don't say, Maybe because we shouldn't. Maybe because we can't. It seems like it's never okay for us to put anything out there that is other than one hundred percent perfect. So this is refreshing. Everyone has an issue. It's nice to confess one every once in a while.

P.S. We love reading your blog! My husband loves the INTERNATIONAL MALE posts.

Lesley said...

I got blamed for the razor confession too! It's not mine people! I would have never confessed that and then give it all away with the cop comment. I don't even have anything good to confess but I'm thinking!

Anonymous said...

To those that wanted to hear from the "rabbit sex" poster:

I am not sure what clicked. But something did. Maybe it is my age (mid 30's). Maybe it is that our kids are getting older and we get a good nights sleep. Maybe it is that I actually allowed myself to enjoy it. But I honestly can't get enough. My libido far exceeds my husbands now.

We went through several rough years there. We would go 2 or 3 weeks with nothing. He did a little reading and learned some "techniques" that helped out. We purchased a few "toys". And I took some advice from Dr Laura. She said that even if you aren't in the mood you should give it a go anyway. You just might GET in the mood along the way. And as it turns out, the more we have it, the more I want it!

Now we are sneaking around like a couple of teenagers. Speaking of which...gotta run!

Anonymous said...

here's a confession: i hate a girl named kara tull. if you live in the dc area, and come across this kara tull...stay away from her. (she also goes by scarlet k.) if you don't, you'll be sorry. i pretty much hate her more than i hate jury duty, the dentist, onions, smokers and the dmv combined.

she's no bueno.

Anonymous said...

I confess, I've checked on this post 5 times today to snoop on peoples confessions

Anonymous said...

Mindi--
Greetings from Ontario, Canada!!

I've read your blog for about 2 months now and I wanted to tell you that I love it! I am L.D.S. but really appreciate someone who has a light hearted, little-bit wicked sense of humor! You don't take yourself too seriously, and I enjoy that.

Oh, and my confession is that I inherited a great sum of money (about 1.5 million U.S. after taxes!) from my Uncle. Whom I wasn't even that close to.

Whoever said that money doesn't buy happiness has never had money!

I was able to pay off my home and my parent's home and my brother's home. It felt great.

Liesel K.

Anonymous said...

ONe of my very favorite words is the "F" word (and I am not talking Fart.) If the people that read my blog knew I swore like a sailor I can only imagine how funny it would be. I am such a hypocrite!

Anonymous said...

I confess to having blogging friends that make everyone think they live these wonderful lives when really they are quite miserable, judgemental, depressed and only do it for self indulgence and popularity. Blogging is somewhat of a dream world for many women.

Anonymous said...

Went through a spell where I smoked pot in my late HS years...really did enjoy that. Haven't done it since. :-)

Anonymous said...

I love to watch "Next" on MTV. It is the trashiest show I know of, and I don't tell a soul that I watch it.

And I am a GOOD GIRL. You would never expect it from me!

Anonymous said...

I think it's funny when people forget to click "anonymous" and post things with their real name by accident.

Anonymous said...

Somedays I feel like I am the worst mom ever because I am so burnt out on "kiddy" things. I also count down the years until my youngest is in school.

Anonymous said...

Early on in my marriage, when things were rough, I used to think often of the guy I dated before my husband... and fantasize about how perfect my life would have been if I had married him instead. Usually these thoughts would disturb me, and I'd have to fight to get them out of my head.

Recently, my old boyfriend's current wife contacted me out of the blue... I never met her before, but I guess she knew all about me. In recent weeks, she began to put a complicated puzzle together and has been talking to several of his exes, at the advice of her bishop. Apparently, while I was dating him, he was also with her and yet another woman. Of course she didn't know about the other 2 of us at the time, or she never would have married him. (Naturally, the 3rd girlfriend and I had no idea either.)

The wife is stepmom to his 2 kids from his first marriage, and has had 2 babies with him since they tied the knot. And now she's trapped... he has developed rage issues, is terribly mean to her and the kids, has gone completely inactive from church, and is being discovered as the liar he is and always has been. She's absolutely miserable, terrified, and doesn't know what to do.

Gratefully, I have had no meaningful contact with him since we broke up. We both know the other got married, but that's about it.

Now, whenever I think about him, my thoughts are completely different! I'm still full of anger about his betrayal of me (by simultaneously dating other people), but so incredibly grateful that I dodged such a huge bullet and didn't end up with him.

This whole experience has made me love and appreciate my wonderful husband so much more than I already did!

Anonymous said...

My marriage got SO MUCH BETTER when my husband realized that his mother is and always has been a problem, and that I wasn't making stuff up.

Mindi said...

yeah, i thought it was funny when people posted something and forgot to click 'anonymous', too.
until i did it.

then it wasn't so fuuny.

COULDN'T GET IT OFF FAST ENOUGH.

Whitney R said...

I meant to not comment annoynmously. I'm human. I don't care. If I had something really horrible to confess I'd be annonymous. But mine was just an oopsey, hope none of my YW girls finds out.

Anonymous said...

I hate my sis-in-law. Everything about her. She could be feeding the poor, and I would find something wrong with it, simply because I always expect her to have a hidden selfish agenda. And she usually proves that she does. She's a terrible mother. She's a people user. She takes advantage of anything we do to help her out, and make me want to not help her out anymore. I have better days when I don't have to see her or hear from her or even think about her. But when I actually try to talk honestly with her and tell her my issues, she makes me feel so guilty, and my tendacy to be tactful and too nice gets in the way, so I can never get it all out.

Anonymous said...

I had sex with my ex for a year and a half after we broke up. He did horrible things, too. I couldn't get over the sex though. I don't anymore. Sometimes I miss it though. Not him. Just the amazing sex.

Anonymous said...

Before I married my husband I dated a guy who said that he would never marry me because I wasn't pretty enough. Which was really funny because I was willing to look past the fact that he was 5'2".

I found out he got married and filed bankruptcy. It made me happy.

Anonymous said...

I wish I had the guts to talk to someone besides my husband about his addiction. I wish he had the guts to talk to someone besides me too.

Anonymous said...

I get upset anytime someone I know comments on how skinny or thin I am (in a jealous way, not in a "she's too thin!" way). It makes want to just yell at them to stop eating fast food, making dessert another food group, drinking gallons of soda a day and not exercising. Especially my husband's family.

Anonymous said...

I wish my brother would realize how horrible his wife is that brings so much drama to our family. I wish he would leave her. I think she is evil evil evil

Anonymous said...

I resent the fact that my husband will spend hundreds of dollars on electronics, but refuses to spend money on things to fix our house up to sell it. If he had spent the money two years ago to fix things, we wouldn't be stuck here. I wouldn't hate him because my kids have no backyard to play in, our front yard is a mess, the house needs painted, junk thrown away, etc.
Also, anytime he asks me if I regret marrying him, I lie and say that I don't. When I do. Almost daily.

Christie said...

I didn't click anonymous on purpose either. And I'm not going to this time either.

I'll even confess something else - I google ex-boyfriends all the time, mostly because I wonder if they ever think about me.

Anonymous said...

When I was 20, I had a fling with a city bus driver. He had kids my age. He loaned me some money, which I had every intention of paying back one day. Then several years later, he had a heart attack and died. I felt bad that I never repaid him. Oh, and that he died, too.

Anonymous said...

I want my dog to run away!

Anonymous said...

I saw this linked on someone elses blog, so I thought I'd read it. I had no intention of posting. But it's kind of fun to read others confessions, so I wanted to share one of my own

I'm a major blog stalker. Seriously. If I meet someone and hear their last name (I've met them, so I already know their first name) I usually go home and google their name along with the word "blog", until I either find their blog or realize they must not be in the cool kid group and therefore don't have a blog. And I never tell them I found it, I just read in secret. I blog stalk several of my neighbors who have never mentioned even having a blog.

Anonymous said...

I love reading these and wish my life had been more "fun". Thinkin' I'm pretty "Molly Mormon"...Dang!

Anonymous said...

I think less of people who are vegeterians.

But I coulnd't think any less (as in "it's not possible to think less of you, you are a FAIL") of vegans.

Mindi said...

ATTENTION CONFESSORS:
i just checked a whole boatload of confessions to put on and then clicked "reject" instead of publish!! i don't know how to get them back! i'm sorry--if anyone knows, leave a comment. if yours wasn't published, i wonder if i've done this before?
i suck at this moderating thing.

Mindi said...

ps there were other comments for the food storage, too. waaaaaaaaahhh.

Anonymous said...

I am a total cyber stalker, stalking old boyfriends.

I don't want anymore kids, because I have realized that I am selfish with my time.

I think I got married too young, and I sometimes wish I could go back and do that part over.

Anonymous said...

I think my husband is ugly. Ya, actually ugly. I love him and he is a good man, but sometimes I look at him (particularly at intimate moments) and feel just a little grossed out.

Omgirl said...

I am 99.9% sure I know who the rabbit is. But I'm not telling!

Omgirl said...

Ooo! This is fun! I might try to sqeeze a few in together:

I think attachment parenting is another word for pathetic parenting or a lack of parenting.

I threw away something important that my husband is looking for and I won't fess up.

I think my neighbors (one particular family) all smell bad but I dont' have the guts to tell them. Maybe that's actually a good thing? But every time I'm around one of them I have to take a step back from the smell (mostly dog smell, I think)

Kyle said...

I wish my wife wouldn't refer to us as rabbits...I'm a man, not a rabbit.

Anonymous said...

I dated a guy who sexually abused me and was going to marry him. Then I found out he was cheating on me, too, and we broke up. I've never told anyone.

Mindi said...

kyle just officially became my new favorite person in the whole entire blogging universe.

just saying.

Anonymous said...

I am a blogging stalker. I love to stalk and jump from giveaway to giveaway.

I also have found one of my ex-boyfriends wife on facebook. They are now divorced and I really want to call and find him to see what happened and why they are divorced.

Anonymous said...

I miss my sexy underwear. Garments are great and all, and so is dressing up in the bedroom, but I miss underwear. And I've been wearing G's for over 20 years.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe I'm typing this. I am female & have a perfect husband and family in every single way. BUT, I am very attracted to women, more attracted to women than I am to men. I was in a relationship w/a woman back in my college days. It ended in time and I found my true love(we've been married for 9 years) but I can't stop thinking about HER. I stay away from forming relationships w/neighbors or women at work, just so I don't find myself in a situation that could harm my family, so to say. I've told my husband (and bishop)and he tells me its ok to miss that aspect of my life and its normal to for women to be attracted to other women, just not to act on it. I don't think he gets it. I don't know if I can live the rest of my life w/out having a close relationship w/a woman. This is horrible, I should delete it. Maybe you should open up an ADVISE for the "confession post". I feel very alone on this issue.

Mindi said...

i confess that i've left THREE confessions annonymously on this post.

oooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.........which ones??

Anonymous said...

I had a miscarriage earlier this year, and I think it was Gods way of punishing me for something I did wrong. I also think my husband doesn't like me that much. He's the one that never wants to have sex, I'm the one that does all the time. It makes me feel like I'm just here to be the maid and cook.

Anonymous said...

At the last confession booth in June, I confessed that I hadn't paid for the TP that they forgot to ring up. I promised that I would go back and have them charge me for it. That was 4 months ago. Whenever I get to the check out, I always seems to forget, or I'm just so bitter at the rude WT checker, I feel like they owe me the TP.

Anonymous said...

Possible Mindi confessions:

I once got a little nuts in the mechanical closet at Body English in Las Vegas.

I download music illegally.

I have had more sex than I'm willing to admit to anyone.

I'm just sayin' :)

Mindi said...

anonymous--thank you for playing.

but FAIL.

not even close!

Anonymous said...

Okay Mindi - don't be a hater, but I have a confes...

I HATE skulls (clothing & accessories)! And not so much on the younger crowd that are just trying to keep up with the times, but more with anyone over 25 that still thinks they can pull off skulls. Some things should just be kept age-appropriate.

You are oh so adorable and can totally pull off pretty much everything else, but come on, you aren't 15 anymore!


Okay, you will probably nix this in moderation, but at least it was worth it to get it off my chest. I wanna be a friend!

Mindi said...

dear skull h8r--

i published your (tiny bit modified) comment and am sorry you can't see the vision. but i forgive you for your mindi-betrayal and applaud your truthfulness.

i generally only like to make friends with people who tell me only exactly what i want to hear, but in your case i'll make an exception.

what if i used skulls in age-appropriate areas, like bedazzled on my pot holders and engraved on my scripture case, would that count?

Anonymous said...

Anyone receiving the email updates from this confession booth have seen all your fake confessions that you've done in your name by mistake and then deleted. You're trying to start drama on your own blog with yourself.

Just sayin'.

Anonymous said...

I hate sharing my drinks with people besides my own kids. I feel bad because my nephews/nieces want "a sip" and I'm so grossed out by it I can't take the drink back after I let them have some. Gag.

Anonymous said...

I think it's wonderful that people breastfeed, but I don't want to see your boob. Cover up. Please. I don't care if you are my sister, please cover your boob up. Thank you.

Mindi said...

dear hater--
i did just pull off the one under my name that i was trying to paste and copy from A REAL LIFE comment that i received that had something a bit mean about somebody else that i didn't want to publish. so forgive me if i screwed up that shiz. i've never confessed to being a computer whiz.

and yes, i confessed to peeing in the shower and wondering where the haters were, but I DIDN'T WANT MY NAME ON IT! but now i confess for all to see. there it is.

no drama here.

tadah.

can i come over and use your bathroom?

Mindi said...

and, DAMMIT, i feel like i should get some credit for publishing a comment where i get STONE COLD DISSED and lumped into the "skullloverslosersover25" category!

JUST SAYIN'!

Mindi said...

P.P.S.
i do love a little drama.

thanks for that.

the end.

Anonymous said...

i hate sex and when my husband freaks out that i don't want to do it, he gets on these "you don't love me" kicks, to which i'd like to respond "you're right, i don't," but i can't and never will because we have two beautiful children whose lives i would rather not F up. i just keep waiting for the day he's making bank and working long hours so i can go blow his money and have fun.

Harlene said...

mindi-

don't judge me, but...

i had never listened to Foo Fighters before you introduced me to them.

I am converted.

Anonymous said...

I sometimes wonder what it would be like to have been a ho.

Anonymous said...

I don't feel like I get anything out of church anymore other than social interaction. I don't really have a testimony anymore. The only reason I still go is that I have a very visible calling and it would make me look bad to stop going. Yep, I care that much about what people think of me. It's pathetic.

Anonymous said...

I'm a vegetarian, and I do not think less of people who aren't vegetarian.

It does make me sad that someone would think less of a vegetarian, and even more so of vegans.

But...to each his own. :)

Mindi said...

harlene--all is forgiven.

foo fighters rock my world--i think dave grohl is one of the funniest guys, ever. he's pretty hilarious in concert.

yay! i converted someone!

now if i show you a multi-level marketing program where you can buy goods and services THAT YOU ALREADY USE IN EVERYDAY LIFE, will you get on board?

i will even draw circles and show you where we fit in them.

Anonymous said...

I just found out that a lady friend that I thought was so cool and looked up to cheated on her husband and slept with a guy that I personally think is not even hawt! - her husband is a really nice guy. I dont want to judge, so I still want to be friends because hey no one is perfect, right? It's just sad when I think about the kids and spouses - the innocent that are affected by it, so I fail at completely not judging I guess.

Anonymous said...

This is really dirty and personal, but I'm a married girl and I am not generally attracted to women, and I dont want a relationship with a woman - I love my cute husband... but sometimes during sex I fantasize about a sexy girl action and it turns me way on. Ew huh? OH well, it works for me.

PS. I dont like sculls on anyone. nothing personal, it represents 15 year old goth teen angst to me.

Cheers!

Misty said...

I have to confess (not anonymously) that I have loved reading these posts and have read every single one of them. And, I love your commentary, Mindi. I guess I don't have anything juicy to tell and it kills me that so many people have such crazy secrets.

And, I am not judging, but I don't know how the people that have cheated on their significant others can live with themselves.

Oh and Mindi, mad props to you for posting the comment where someone insulted you, I would have deleted it the minute I got it, so mad props.

I will have to be thinking if there are any little secrets that I have hiding, but I guess I wish I was more of a rebel, after reading these (is that bad?!)

Anonymous said...

I am guessing no one would ever suspect I have a "love swing" "liberator" & toys in my room.

Years ago someone I respect (who was also my bishop) told me it's OK to make your sex life interesting. Best words of advice for a shy & clueless girl.

Also....the girls I consider my best friends I don't really like. They are always saying mean comments...what is that about?

Anonymous said...

I think I am pregnant and NO ONE (not even the father) knows.

Anonymous said...

When I was 17, I stole some of my mom's jewelry, pawned it, and bought some custom cowboy boots for my rocker boyfriend.

Major groupie!

Anonymous said...

My wife and I played on a co-ed softball team. We had been fighting before one of our games. I was playing outfield and she was at second base. She came out to cut off one of my throws and I threw it extra hard at her hoping to smack her with it.

Lucky for her I can't aim very well.

Anonymous said...

My husband cheated on me. Except for a few close friends, no one knows.

Anonymous said...

mmmm...... heard about the "confessional" all week and out of some sort of twisted curiosity,(or boredom),decided to spend a little time reading. Absolutley amused! Mindi- which by the way is spelled so COOL - you are genius! Love your blog...
Wished I had something really funny or shocking or even remotely interesting to confess other than I am a card carrying, active, LDS woman who is married and loves her husband madly. Ken and Barbie we are....wild before we were married and so I will confess to the fact that I may or may not have had to explain to a cop that "No, I was not being raped. The incident going on in the car was indeed consensual" That I miss pot like a baby misses her bottle, hate my sons dog and secretly have let him out without his tags so that he might run away (someone always brings him home), and that if my daugher-in-law (soon but not soon enough) were to die a sudden death, it would be a tough 10 minutes.
The end. Boy do I feel better for not having anything to say! : )

Anonymous said...

On my honeymoon night, when it came time for my wife and I to do what we had waited so long to do, we couldn't.

Let's just say I wasn't "up" to the task. Dang stage fright.

Anonymous said...

It pisses me off when people post things they got from my blog on their blog and they don't give me credit.

Anonymous said...

I pee in the shower too.

Anonymous said...

WOW!!! I wonder why "stage fright" left that one anonymous???

Anonymous said...

Your blog looks mysteriously like another blog with that same picture in the sidebar. >:(

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with peeing in the shower? We are the one's cleaning it, correct?

Anonymous said...

I confess that I wish my wife were a lot more like you women who are talking about wanting more sex than your husbands do...once or twice a month just doesn't always cut it.

Mindi said...

you mean my blog looks mysteriously like the radical TORIs, who i credited confession booth to? that one?
read the original post. geez.

tori is the master with over 300 confessions. i bow to her. and i give her proper credit. which you would know if you would have taken the time to read the post.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mindi -

Me and the hubby got busy 4 times yesterday.

LONG LIVE THE RABBIT SEX!

Love,

Mrs. (not married to Kyle) Rabbit

Mindi said...

rbc is jealous of the rabbits and wants to know how to facilitate that on a daily basis.

Tori :) said...

Thanks for the props.:)

Anonymous said...

4 times in one day?? I was thinkin' my hubby and I were good with 4-5 times a week. I want to be more rabbit-y.

Harlene said...

Maybe your next "giveaway" or "contest" should be to the couple who can most closely keep up with the rabbits.

Better yet, that could be everyone's new sidebar widget- "How many bunnies today?"

Anonymous said...

Sometimes I wish I wasn't LDS and a 30-something virgin. UGH! Ok, I wish it A LOT!!!

Anonymous said...

Good to know we are raising the bar. One "hop" at a time ;)

Mrs. Rabbit

Darian said...

Holy cow. People can be mean. I have to confess that it sometimes pisses me off when people say mean things under the "anonymous" name.

I confess that I'm jealous of the rabbit couple.

Anonymous said...

I have/had a "best friend" that I would have done anything for. I am so so tired of her never following through on anything she says she will do that I have decided to drop her.

I feel like I am the one expending all the emotional resources in this "friendship".

I am DONE with it!

Anonymous said...

People always comment about how even tempered and nice I am but sometimes I think really crappy nasty things that I would like to have happen to someone. It makes me feel like a total turd.

Anonymous said...

I totally pee in the shower, every time. Saving toilet paper baby!

Sometimes I can't stand having sex with my hubby because his breath smells so bad... love him otherwise! Just have to slyly find a way to convince him to "get ready for bed" before gettin it on.

While on that subject, I did not do a very good job of staying...chaste... before marriage, which made my first year of marriage very difficult sexually. Almost every time we'd try I'd end up in tears and couldn't go through with it.

I have terrible road rage issues, and when I'm alone in my car, you can bet I'm swearing up a storm at all of the driver's around me! (but only when I'm alone)

I am totally judgemental about other people's parenting techniques, yet am terrified to even have my own kids! lame.

Sometimes I want to say extremely rude things, usually in a passive-aggressive manner, to people, in person, on blogs, over the phone, in a text, or behind their back, but when I do I usually end up regretting it! I hate that aspect of my personality.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 30 year-old virgin: Enjoy it while you can.

Anonymous said...

I think I know who I'm going to marry, but right now he's just a friend.

I really want to quit my job and begin writing full-time, but I don't have the guts.

Jamie said...

I like the smell of gasoline! but only when it's from chevron...

Anonymous said...

I confess that this confession booth is making me sad.

I confess that people who think less of people because they 'read Twilight' and/ or are vegetarian etc are lame and should get over themselves.

I confess that I am glad that I dated a lot in college, did more than just kiss, went to wild parties (drank the beer) and didn't get married when I was 19. I know I will never be like some of these poor people who don't love their husbands, their life or sex. I know I will never have a midlife crisis cuz I figured myself out before getting married.

I confess that I really don't like my very best friends fiance. He is super negative and critical and is not fun to be around.

Anonymous said...

One time while on vacation in Mexico my husband and I decided to do something a little wild and out of the ordinary and decided to visit a gentlemen’s club. This “classy” strip joint’s headlining act was a bunch of midgets on roller-skates wearing nothing but miner helmets and smiles. To make a long story short we ended up hitting it off with one of the little guys and he ended up coming back to our hotel with us where we all did a little spelunking of our own.

Mindi said...

HEY!! i was on that mexico trip with you and rbc and i were sad that we didn't get to go on the midget expedition......waaaaah.

i love my friends. they make my world go round.

Anonymous said...

I pick my nose when no one is around.

Tiffany said...

Mindi, you would make the world's best bishop.

You know, I'm just sayin'.

Renee said...

-I confess I've checked this post twice a day at least, for the last two days and this is not my first comment. LOSER
-I confess I feel a little joy every time I go "potty" because I know my stomach will be flatter.
-And, I confess that some of these confessions have made me really really sad... but I keep coming back for the funny ones!! I love you Kyle and Mrs Kyle!!!!!!

tm said...

I once was doing an inappropriate act to my hubby in the car while we were driving, and my parents drove by.

tm said...

I also was once naked in the car while we were driving down Emmigration Canyon at night.

tm said...

And my hubby used to like it when I'd flash truck drivers on our road trips.

Tiburon said...

I am the rabbit.

Coo Coo Kachoo.

Anonymous said...

In response to OmGirl, I secretly judge people who DON'T practice attachment parenting. My kids have turned out great being raised that way, so obviously theirs are going to be screwed up. :D

Anonymous said...

My husband and I did lots of sexual stuff before we got married in the temple (not intercourse, but pretty much everything else) and never told the bishop about it until after we got married.

Anonymous said...

I too am a pee in the shower person. What's the big deal? goes down the drain and you save the toilet paper. Besides that warm water generally makes it a surety that it's going to happen.
Also, in my earlier confesion, I meant to say my soon to be EX daughter-in-law. If she comes up missing, I know nothing. Really. Just saying.

Anonymous said...

When I read about the things some people have done (on this post) it makes me have the same feeling as when I found out my mom-in-law is a closet drinker (so sad).

My dad-in-law is in the bishopric & my mom-in-law sits in the pews & thinks no one knows. It is a sickening feeling to think of someone you love & look up to isn't who you think they are.

Sometimes I wish both our families weren't so messed up on drugs, alcohol & bad marriages. Sometimes I feel like I live in a bubble without all the issues my family has ... when will it burst?

Anonymous said...

I hate it when people comment on my blog like they think it is a social obligation. You can tell they don't even read it. Stay away, then, please. You know who you are.

I confess that:

I do this all the time, and I hate it when people write "you know who you are."

I also confess that I hate most of my best friends.

Anonymous said...

this is pure awesomeness. good job mindi + tori. you rock the house!

here are my confessions:

-i love my in-laws very much. BUT sometimes i really cannot stand to be around my MIL or FIL for very long. my FIL talks really loud all the time, and it hurts my head. plus, he always asks what you are doing like every 5 seconds. i know he isn't trying to be nosey, but it is really annoying. my MIL, bless her heart, is judgemental and self-righteous. i also sometimes resent her because i feel like my husband goes to her for advice and to talk more than he comes to me. it doesn't help that we are currently living with them.
-a boyfriend in highschool broke up with me to get back with his ex girlfriend, but then we still would make out all the time.
-i sometimes resent my husband. i feel like he doesn't help out with household things as much as i would like -- like cooking & laundry.
-i more often than not DONT want to have sex. i enjoy it very very much, but i don't usually crave or desire it very often, while on the other side my husband wants it all the time. it's not that i'm not attracted to him, i just don't want it that often.
-i'm very curious about my ex's lives now and have googled them and blog searched for them many times. i also read my husbands ex girlfriends blog. she is unmarried and isn't really going anywhere in life. i feel bad for her.
-i sometimes miss my single days... but not for the boys. i miss hanging out with my friends and all the crazy adventures we had. i hate that when you get married, some friends just think that means you can't really be friends anymore. sigh.
-i pee in the shower
-i secretly pick my nose, but make fun of people who do it
-i lie a lot to my husband about things i buy. like yesterday, i bought a new purse... but then told him i didn't buy anything.

i feel sufficiently evil now! :D

Anonymous said...

To the woman with the husband who has an addiction:

I get it. I totally get it. My husband finally decided to get some help, and it has made a huge difference. I found a support group for spouses of those with addictions, and guess what? I found one of my really good friends there.

It helps to have someone to talk to. I don't know what kind of addiction your husband has, but if you want to email me, you can. My email is laundry-basket@live.com.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how many secrets Mindi now knows because some of us forgot to put anonymous! AHHH

Mindi said...

your secrets are safe with me.

i ain't talkin'.

Anonymous said...

I confess that the comments referring to people hating their friends or sister in laws or neighbors are actually about me.
I confess I loathe my in laws. I try to get along with them just because I got so lucky to find the perfect guy, but they drive me crazy. I hate that they judge me.
I confess that I have looked at porn. I hate myself for doing that. Its so perverse and I hate the images that pop into my head from it.
I confess that I have an eating disorder. I starve myself because it makes me feel less anxious when I am feeling overwhelmed. And other days I will eat like mad just to throw it up- its so disgusting, and I am so embarressed by it, and have gone to therapy a few times, but I keep doing it.

Anonymous said...

I STILL have nightly dreams of one of my ex's, like sexual dreams, though we never did anything like that. I stalk his wife's blog, and I absolutely love her. I got "over" him after reading her blog. I feel like she and I could be really good friends if they lived closer, but it would be weird b/c of the whole dating-her-husband thing.

Crazy McWife said...

I love this post!!

And I confess, I love saving TP by peeing in the shower too. :) Hey, I clean the tub, and I make sure everything goes down the drain, so why not?

Anonymous said...

We are ruined financially and it's all my fault. But I love my husband, because I can tell him any blunder I've made in any aspect of our marriage (finances, forgetting to pay bills, accidentally throwing away expensive stuff of his) and he always forgives me. But that's probably b/c I've forgiven him for a lot too.

Anonymous said...

I hate that people actually love Biggest Loser!!! HELLO!! Of course you can lose weight when all you're doing day in and out is working with trainers, etc. ALL of these people gain some weight back, and some get just as fat as they were before. It's a horrible, horrible show. 1-2 pounds a week, people, is what you should be losing! Not trying to lose as much as possible/% as possible to win.

Anonymous said...

Don't get me wrong, I do love my mom, but I think that she did a crappy job raising me. I'm her baby. I feel like she still treats me like I'm a baby. It drives me crazy.

I'm very socially awkward. I think part of the reason is because my mom never taught me how to be a good friend, isn't that part of a mom's job?

She's told me that I need to stuff my bra because my boobs are too small! What kind of mom says that to their already overly insecure daughter?

Anonymous said...

I really don't like my bishop. I think he's a jerk.

Anonymous said...

I haven't told this to anyone. I'm thinking it will feel good to get it out there.
My husband once had an "emotional" affair with someone. Where he was always calling her and sitting by her {he was in school at the time} and thinking of her. I found written in one of his binders {why was I looking in said binder? I used to leave him little love notes, that's why} something that said this "What's wrong with me? I'm married. Why can't I stop thinking of {dumb girl}? She is hot though." I about died when I read it. And this was all after we had a totally amazing anniversary. I called him on the phone while he was at work and blew up on him. He came home early where he promised that was an old note and that he had stopped all contact with that girl. I checked his cell phone history and made sure that he had stopped. It took me about two years to be able to trust him again.
Whew. Thanks for listening. Incase you were wondering, our relationship is awesome now. If anything that little problem made us stronger as a couple.

Princess Mommy said...

I confess that I LOVE having sex with my husband. He's never selfish, if ya get whati'msayin'! The best thing my MIL did for us before we got married was have Dan read Between Husband and Wife.

Anonymous said...

I think people that think they are so cool they need a private blog are stupid.

Nobody wants to kidnap your kids.

Chill out.

Anonymous said...

My husband has an addiction too. I can't judge him or be mad though because I have an addiction to something similar, but different. I've finally decided it's time to see my bishop. I'm done feeling sick with guilt. Oh, and I have a pretty visible calling. I wonder if it will affect that. I think we all have weaknesses and absolutely cannot judge anyone for theirs.

I feel sympathy for my friend who is bitter at her husband for the addiction he has.

I'm with the person who suggested an advice column after the confessions are over. Anyone qualified?

Anonymous said...

I feel so normal now! I have lots of skeletons in my closet and a muddy past.
Here are just some.

I had lots of sex before marriage.(once with a guy 10 yrs older than me who was divorced with kids--I totally wanted to run away with him and marry him-YIKES! makes me sick to think about it)

My family is full of drama and I don't like them as people. I don't like living near them.

I'm in massive debt and have nothing to show for it.

I google exes too. But I don't wish I had married any of those losers.

I've caught guys (young men and married guys and gross old men) checking me out--and I feel bad for their wives.

I burp and fart at home a lot.

I love my husband, but it has taken a few almost separations, getting over resentment, lack of sex (because of him and for many reasons), accepting that he will never be gainfully employed...etc etc.. I adore him as he is, but it has taken a while. 9 yrs.

oh so many more.....
I have some solutions for some of you.

Repent! most of this is common, your bishop is not going to eat you alive--if he judges you, he too will be judged.
dry sex spells, and rabbit spells--be honest about it and talk about it--get lingerie and start with making out.
Bad breath is an easy fix..alfalfa supplements
Husband fat..tell him--and then workout with him.

Husband not attractive to you anymore--dress him up in nice clothes, get him a good haircut and good cologne and make him feel like a man--suddenly he will act like one and that's hot.

Girlfriends who annoy the hell out of you--avoid them, don't take their calls, but dont pretend.

Those of you who have more serious problems like abuse and addiction..get out! forget about what your ward, your family or your neighbors think. I grew up wishing my mom would divorce my dad--divorce does not kill children.
oh and two more confessions...

I confess that I hate when people write about how happy and perfect their lives are.

Also, I secretly can't stand a few very popular LDS bloggers--the ones who try to be so refined and modern and cool with their stupid Etsy art on their walls and their I live in a metropolitan city so I'm cooler than you attitude, their anthropology clone styles not to mention their fake modesty when it comes to how much money they have (my husband and I are going to the mediterranean...GIVE ME A BREAK!!!I cannot stand them.

Anonymous said...

When it comes to sex with my husband..and EXCLUSIVELY with him. I am up for anything. I am great in bed.

Anonymous said...

I want to punch my brothers wife in the face. Really really bad.

Anonymous said...

I am secretly very rigid about certain church rules, although people assume I'm a total rule breaker.

Anonymous said...

I went through college mostly plagarizing--and I did a lot of it. I was an English major.I also never read a single book assigned cover to cover. SO stupid!

Anonymous said...

Oh we are an evil bunch!

Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for people who don't love blogging as much as me. I feel like they are missing out on a lot of friendships.
I, too think more people would confess if a woman was bishop.
I have the best sex of my life when my husband has taken a sleeping pill. He usually doesn't remember it in the morning. I am telling you, the best. He is so much more uninhibited when he is under the influence of a sleeping pill, and he is always the one who initiates it. I wish he would take one every night! (Usually, he is really good, but these nights, he is awesome!)

Anonymous said...

I feel like I got married too young (20). But i finally discussed this with my husband a few years back, so I guess it's not much of a confession now.

It was hard when I told him, but we worked through it and I'm glad we did.

Mindi said...

and to the person who suggested an advice column after the confessions are over--working on something like that for monday. there are lots of smart people out there who could hopefully help.

Anonymous said...

Where to begin. First I think you are a crack-up and I love to read your blog. 2nd; I'm not sure I like who I have become in my life. Not that I haven't tried. I've just let my life get in the way of who I would like to be.

Anonymous said...

I think I know what my sister wrote ... sad that she doesn't like me.

Mindi - this gives me the worst feeling reading this ... but I keep reading them! There has to be something wrong with that!

Anonymous said...

I am terrified of the dentist, and mortified of clowns! Seriously freak me out!
And I hate calling people on the phone. It scares me to death. So unless its my mother or sister or husband, I rarely return phone calls.

Anonymous said...

I enjoy "solo sex" a lot. And I don't feel bad about it at all.

Mindi said...

anonymous who feels bad but can't stop reading:

don't try to fight it. it's useless.

embrace your inner bad side.

Anonymous said...

Confession- I had no idea what an erection was before I got married. When I saw my husbands "equiptment" I was SHOCKED at the size of it!

Anonymous said...

I confess to entering contests on many blogs that I have no interest in. People seem a bit desperate to win people's love. Makes me laugh the lengths some people go to to get comments.

Anonymous said...

I went to a party when I was young-there were a whole bunch of us stupid kids drinking beer. I picked mine up to take a swig and realized it was a can of pee. I haven't had a taste of beer since. GROSS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Though lots of people are inquiring about advice, I confess that I don't appreciate the way it was given by that anonymous comment above. Not all of these problems confessed can be fixed as easily as she made it sound, at least not for everyone! I came here to get things off my chest, not be made to feel stupid for not knowing how to solve them. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I confess that women spend way too much time blogging. They should be busy preparing their recipies for rice, beans, and/or wheat.

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