You know the age old question/conversation starter/hypothetical: If you are at a friends house using the loo, do you have a look in their medicine cabinet?
Well what's the answer folks?
For me, I just don't get it..My answer: No. I honestly don't care to know.
I have a hard time working around people who do. Gossip, talk, Bull shit, and speculation..really folks?
I am a relatively private person. I don't really "talk" to anyone. Even my closest friends, I can quite honestly say, don't really know me. I just have a hard time really trusting people, letting people in, letting people help me. It goes back to that legendary quote from The Catcher in the Rye: Holden Caulfield said: "Don't ever tell anyone anything, if you do, you start missing everybody". I feel this is true. To divulge, is to open up, to open up is to get shit on. Simple enough.
Enough of my pity party, the point of this was to discuss privacy. Secrets. The sacred.
If my best friend left her diary sitting next to me I wouldn't even think twice.
If I were in anyone's loo I wouldn't look in their cabinets.
If a neighbor of mine came to the office where I work I wouldn't even fathom to look or peek as to WHY.
I just operate under the notion that if that person wanted to divulge information to me and trusted me enough to know this information, then said person would tell me. Other than that I don't care to know.
Am I alone in this? Is nothing sacred any more?