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Today, my sister found and read my journal. My first entry talked about how I shaved my ass for the first time. FML

By poorbeauty / Friday 10 June 2016 22:32 / Canada - Toronto
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By  FrostyyFML  |  15

Why hello fellow Ontarian, that sounds very unfortunate.

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  superlloyd  |  11

because what you said was so lame and not truly in line with what fml is for. your words were verbal diarrhea. no substance, no nutrition and no one wants it.

By  Baustigt  |  40

Well you don't have to be so prickly about it.

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  Demon_of_Light  |  26

Not everyone keeps a journal to have something to look back on later. I keep one because writing helps me process my emotions and clears my head. Although, having said that, I'm not sure why an event like that would qualify for this type of journal either.

By  SSJ4Asterisk  |  5

Start putting in decoy entries that are obviously lies, and some that might be lies so that nobody knows. Write about how much easier life has been since you won the lottery, or how you spent the weekend driving around looking for hitchhikers and then driving them in the opposite direction. They're your entries so you'll be able to remember which actually happened to you (hopefully).

By  Tripartita  |  42

I imagine it started out normally enough… "Dear diary, I saw HIM today! Kevin! He's so dreamy! I hid my pencils and worked up the courage to ask to borrow one of his in precalc. He only mispronounced my name a little as he handed me the pencil. Now that he's aware of me, maybe he'll ask me out sometime!" …and then went straight off the deep end. "But I've heard he only likes girls with shaved asses. I've acquired a razor with a five blade system for maximum smoothness and am using it now. I'm shaving with grain initially to avoid irritat—I didn't know I had a mole there! I think nicked it. Yeah, I nicked it. Applying pressure isn't helping. Blood everywhere. Feeling faint. Save me, diary…"

By  999nooneknows  |  5

Well shame on her. She shouldn't be looking through personal belongings. Next time, try and find a better place to hide it or, as someone already suggested, put some boring crap and then they will hopefully stuff. Hopefully they won't keep reading. Talk to her though about privacy. Even siblings want some privacy once on a while.

By  Setareh23  |  34

I had a friend complain to me about how she was reading her sister's diary, and a sexual experience was described..."Like, why would she even write that in a diary? I don't wanna read about that!" Diary's are meant to reflect on private personal matters, or document things you want remembered. I don't understand why some family members feel the need (and justification) to read another's diary -_-

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