November 23rd, 2015

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48 Responses to “accountable”

  1. I didn’t do it, I swear! I-I was framed! By…him! Yeah, he did it, he…he framed me so he could get away with i

    By Bradley W. Lloyd on 11.24.2015

  2. I’d like to take ghost moments back in paper form and fold them into origami flowers and cranes and beautiful creations and then shred them with my teeth.

    I would also like immunity for snitching.

    By Rachel on 11.24.2015

  3. “I can’t be held accountable for my actions when you look like this.”
    “That’s unbelievably sexist. And kinda rapey”
    “Is rapey a word?”
    “Regardless, you can’t say stuff like that.”
    “It’s supposed to be a compliment.”
    “Maybe you are really bad at compliments.”

    By Bridget Grace on 11.24.2015

  4. Showing him the last recipt, it became apparent to John that his life-long friend, someone who he trusted his life with in multiple occasions was fucking him over. It was only a matter of making his best friend hold himself accountable.

    By CoolCatBad on 11.24.2015

  5. It’s something I run from. I don’t want to be reminded of my responsibilities, my failures. I don’t want that nagging feeling in the back of my head screaming “you should,” “you aren’t”, “you could be,” “you fail”. It’s the reason I run from everything: failure. I’m terrified of it. And the more I run, the bigger it grows.

    By Courka URL on 11.24.2015

  6. She couldn’t be held accountable if she didn’t tell anyone, was the thing. And she didn’t tell anyone. Because she never saw anyone she’d known before the trip ever again. When she arrived, she changed her name, cut her hair, started painting when she used to cry during art class in middle school, and no one knew her again. No one.

    By Meghan on 11.24.2015

  7. are you accountable?
    where can i sign up?
    are there weekly give-aways?
    is there a newsfeed of what you ate
    and a monthly newsletter about your work highlights?

    of course, you’re not responsible for any bugs, additional costs or content displayed

    By berenique on 11.24.2015

  8. Accountability in a personality is a measure of someone’s trustworthiness and responsibility. It is someone you can count on.

    By James on 11.24.2015