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Traumatic experiences that we've struggled to keep hidden from people?
I'll start. I have a whole bunch.
I'm 21, but this was a few years ago. I live in a relatively small town in the Northern US. We have a really "high end" town center and I only say "high end" because the directorate for the town likes to spend taxpayer money on frivolous shit. Getting off topic, anyways.
I used to be the manager (like, top nigga in charge) of the local country club, which sat right on the edge of the lake in town.The only reason why this is pertinent information is because the parking lot for the Country Club is across the street, and the Home Owners association that's part of the club wont let the staff park in the clubs staff lot. They reserve it for themselves. It's bullshit. At any rate, I was on my way to work one night.
Despite being a relatively small town, a lot of people have weddings and parties in my building, so I dealt with a lot of drunks on a daily basis. Anyways, crossing the street to get to work, I get hit by a drunk driver doing like 40mph in a 15mph zone.
I didn't actually care that he hit me. And I would have just let the guy go, if he had actually stopped. But he never even slowed down. I, luckily or unluckily, broke my leg in what I'm estimating to be 2 places. I never went to the hospital. I never told anyone about it, actually. Not really that I'm afraid of what'll happen. I just never really thought it was important to tell anyone.
My leg never healed properly. I don't know if something shattered or it just didn't heal correctly because after lying poorly to a coworker telling them I tripped down the stairs and it popped out of place, and having him pull it back straight for me, I kept on walking on it.
The repercussions? I can't swim, walking hurts, running is an absolute no, unless I'm in the mood for extreme pain and looking like I have a stick up my ass.
pic kinda related? If this thread stays live I'll tell you guys some more shit