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  1.  by  Kortnee

    I HATE secrets like this. What if he decided he didn’t like your style and gave away something sentimental to you, or a personal favorite. Grow a pair of ovaries and tell him you don’t like his taste in clothes. At worst he’s offended for a few days, at best he agrees he needs a change and you get to go shopping.

    Women who do this would never imagine someone doing the same thing to them.

  2.  by  Will

    Fuck you this is drama not a fucking secret.

  3.  by  Stacey

    To the three of you, don’t dare to judge this person.
    Yeah, maybe this secret isn’t as intense as some of the others out there, but it’s still a secret.
    Every secret is worth it’s own right.
    Just remember that.

  4.  by  Kortnee

    Sure it’s still a secret. And as far as I know, I’m still allowed to voice my opinion on it. I have some shirts that I would be deeply upset if my boyfriend just threw them out because he didn’t like them. Honestly I think that it’s sad that this person had to resort to that rather than just being honest and up front about something.

    And my boyfriend has some shirts that I don’t like. But I don’t say anything about it because that doesn’t matter. If those kinds of things did matter, I would have the balls to ask him to not wear it around me.

  5.  by  DK

    god kortne shut up! who cares about you and your dumb shirts, people post secrets to have some sort of release. not to get judged by someone whos probably a control freak that buys her mans clothing.

  6.  by  Kortnee

    Wow, rude much? I seriously doubt you’d be socially retarded enough to say that to a complete strangers face, so I’m not sure why you thought it was okay to say on the internet. I know telling secrets is a form of release, idiot.

    I judge anyone who would throw out another person’s property, that’s as good as stealing.

    And you want to talk shit about me being a control freak? You don’t even KNOW me, you infant. I’m not a manipulative enough bitch to buy my boyfriend’s clothing. He’s a grown ass man, he can wear what he wants. That’s how it should be.

  7.  by  Kortnee

    I don’t judge her. I don’t care enough about some stranger to sit around judging her. I think it’s a little messed up, but to say I judge her is a little much.

  8.  by  Sierra

    You seemed to judge her, but then again, like you said, you were voicing your opinion. Although in a rude way. You could have just said ‘You can be upfront about this with him. You wouldn’t like it if he did it to you, right?’ Anyway, people are over dramatizing what you said. I agree with you anyhow.

  9.  by  Kortnee

    I was rude because I told her to grow a pair of ovaries?

  10.  by  Josh

    Tell him. Sometimes men are just a little clueless about it. My girlfriend gave me such a hard time about it that I started taking some of her suggestions, and overall, my taste has gotten a lot better. Also, women flirt with me a lot more, and I get complimented on my clothes and my hair a lot. So as long as he doesn’t have serious pride and serious control issues, it shouldn’t hurt his feelings too much. You could also phrase it as something YOU want to try. A man who loves you will humor you through a lot of things. A better wardrobe might be something that he comes to like.

  11.  by  Aquariusgirl

    Jeez you people get offended over a secret like this? Sometimes these secrets are spur of the moment. I’m sure something has popped into all of your heads at one point that you knew was horrible. I have. That’s why we keep secrets because we know they’re bad and people will judge us for them.

  12.  by  jake

    —-“I have some shirts that I would be deeply upset if my boyfriend just threw them out because he didn’t like them. Honestly I think that it’s sad that this person had to resort to that rather than just being honest and up front about something.”—-

    That is probably why the person posted this. She knows its wrong… its a secret… that is why its posted here.

    You are entitled to your opinion so use it…. Maybe you should send in a card explaining how judgmental you are.

  13.  by  Kortnee

    It’s a secret, so it’s exempt from being judged? That’s not the way it works. She sent it in because she wanted to share it, obviously, she didn’t want it to be a complete secret anymore or she wouldn’t have sent it in. Putting something out there means taking a risk that you will be judged for it. Just like how I’ve put my opinion out there expecting that I will be judged for it. And how dare any of you try to sit there on your high horse and condemn me for being judgmental. EVERYONE is judgmental. Anyone who says they aren’t is a flat out liar. It’s human nature to be judgmental of our fellow human beings.

    If I met this woman and she was the nicest person I’ve ever met, would I still think she was some insensitive bitch incapable of placing value on the property of others? Probably not, that’s the key, everyone is judgmental, but you have to be capable of letting go of that judgment.

  14.  by  jake

    as you said, “she didn’t want it to be a complete secret anymore or she wouldn’t have sent it in.” the next part I an issue with,
    “Putting something out there means taking a risk that you will be judged for it.” Do you believe the author wanted to be judged? wouldn’t they have told a friend if they wanted an opinion? In most cases these postcards are in a book, on a website without blogging, or read by a couple people and then discarded.

    While I agree you have the right to speech or writing anything, I believe it is in bad taste. I believe alot of people send these in to get something off there chest, Not for some blogger to bad mouth them.

    you meeting the person is not a possibility, that is why she sent in the post card anonymously, so she wouldn’t be judged. its postsecret…. not postsecret and respond.

  15.  by  Vivian

    Hahaha, this is why comments are DISABLED on the postsecret site.

  16.  by  Kortnee

    If everyone has such a problem with commentary, then you shouldn’t read it. Post Secret Archive has comments enabled. Get used to it.

  17.  by  jake

    why shouldn’t we read it Kortnee. Don’t you like the way we are judging you. Now who doesn’t like free speech.

  18.  by  Edward

    Kortnee-
    You need to just drop it. Everyone does. It’s just some secret on some website. You chewing the writer out and telling her (Or him) to grow a pair is just pointless. It won’t change what they do, it will just give you the satisfaction of feeling better than them. Also, why are you mouthing off to this person when there are so many more secrets that are actually really terrible. (I want to kill him, I cheated on her twice, etc.) Go find something else to whine about.

    To the person who wrote the postcard-
    I think it’s funny. I laughed when I saw it, especially the picture you put with it.

  19.  by  Kortnee

    @ Jake, I don’t care, a bit. It’s the internet. Some asshat hiding behind his keyboard is always going to be running his mouth. I include myself in that group, as should everyone else who’s commented on the secret.

    @Edward, Chewing the writer out? Are you KIDDING? I told her to grow a pair and solve her problems, not throw away some elses property. That’s hardly chewing her out. And get satisfaction out of feeling better than her? I’m not better than anyone. Every single person on the planet is equal. I don’t know how you could possibly have misconstrued what I said about her growing a pair, into me being some uppity bitch. None of you people know anything about me. You’re all sitting there judging me for judging someone. How stupid is that?

  20.  by  jake

    this is my last post so feel free to get the last word however;

    obviously we are going to disagree because my point or arguement is:
    you are commenting on some that the person 1) knows their actions are wrong, 2) choose to post anonymously 3) will not hear or see your response.

    No one argued against your right to free speech… but who are you trying to reach with this comment. “My feeling” is your commenting on an action which is not defendable. you are scoring on an empty goal. “I feel” this is in bad taste.

  21.  by  Cassandra

    Kortnee-
    Although I would agree you have valid opinions I think that way you voice them is incredibly immature and defensive. “And you want to talk shit about me being a control freak? You don’t even KNOW me, you infant. I’m not a manipulative enough bitch to buy my boyfriend’s clothing. He’s a grown ass man, he can wear what he wants. ”

    The way you responded, in my opinion, destroyed any modicum of respect or intelligence you seemed to possess. I would recommend being less hot headed in your responses next time.

  22.  by  Alice

    LOL! I do this too. My husband won’t throw away ugly, ill-fitting or stained shirts.

  23.  by  LOL

    you’re right. i’m judging you right now.
    and if you dont care too much about this random stranger, why are you spending your stupid time coming back to it? hah

  24.  by  youhaveabrainuseit

    I think that all of you need to drop it and listen to this guy. He’s the only one on here that has given ACTUAL advice and not been a retard. I did this with my husband. Yeah for a long time it was really hard to say anything about his style because I didn’t want to hurt his feelings, but now we specifically go to stores so he can see what i like and what i would think looks good and he goes and buys his own stuff with that in mind. Afterwards he is always excited to show me what he got ^_^ but i feel for you its hard but in the long run its really not the worst thing and if it really bothers you then talk about it =]

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