Nope. My parents are pretty awesome. They know I'm not going to do irresponsible things like slack off on my schoolwork, get drunk, have unprotected sex or experiment with drugs, so they basically just let me do what I want. It's a mutual trust/respect situation.
Overprotective parents are doing much more harm than good. Their kids are going to be more likely to rebel and they're going to struggle with being independent as adults.

Over Winter break, the girl I was crushing on asked me to write a song for her. I thought this was the ticket to winning her over. I wrote the song. The day I finished it, she told me she only wanted to be friends, and basically admitted to leading me on. I was, obviously, extremely hurt by this.
Still, the song got such good reviews, I met with some producers and directors at my college and we ended up making it into a professional music video.

I still have no idea if I should hate her or love her... She still has no clue she inspired all this.

@I can...

How? In order to speak properly you need to blow air out past your vocal cords.... How are you breathing in and out at the same time?

I have had a lot of good friends in my life, but I've never had a best friend and that's all I ever really wanted.

I think it's worse when you see someone you don't really know. You might have a class or something with them, but you're not sure whether to wave or make eye contact or anything.

Your username... What horrible thing did vowels do to you?

@strbcksrcks 32A and PROUD!

Anyone else think of Spongebob going"I'm ugly and I'm PROUD! I'm ugly and I'm PROUD!"

The only thing that I can't handle about scary movies is when something pops up out of nowhere, like "GOTCHA BITCH!" I can handle gore and I love suspense. But that shit just ruins scary movies for me.