By Anonymus - Sweden
Today, I read my 10-year-old sister's diary. That's how I found out about her disturbingly detailed plan to murder me, make it look like suicide, date my boyfriend after helping him get over my death, then marry him. FML
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  dontlookman  |  20

Only if you replace 'juicy' with 'possible homicidal situation', then yes.

  heirofhope  |  38

Exactly! Though what OP found is quite disturbing, I feel OP shouldn't have read it without being provoked to prior to it. OP, don't go through other people's things, but keep an eye on your sister. In this case, you've found a bit of an excuse to snoop. Good luck!

  thraax  |  14

I mean if I had a 10yr old sister id honesty probably go through her journal. not cause I'm "snooping" but cause id think it'd be a cute fun little thing they had. I wouldn't think or atleast hope she wouldn't have many secrets to hide in there

  Oblivion239  |  21

I would guess she did it so she could make sure her sis isn't getting bullied or anything like that? I mean I would since I wouldn't want my younger siblings to be bullied or anything along the lines of that.

  Merylwen  |  24

I think that if my little sister or young daughter seems a bit mentally disturbed I'm probably going to read her diary to check if there is actually something to worry about. It might not be a nice thing to do but it can be justified, can't it?

  RedPillSucks  |  31

unless you paid for it and the service, its their phone.
thats different than looking through someones diary.

only justification for that is if you feel shes going to hurt herself or someone else

  RedPillSucks  |  31

i was pointing out that checking out someones phone is not the same as looking at the diary. specifically, the parents own the phone, while the diary belongs to the girl. so no, phone and diary are definately not the same.