COSMO Con­fes­sions

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‘I WENT TO A WED­DING ON A FARM, AND THERE WERE HORSES ON THE PROP­ERTY. I GOT DRUNK AT THE RE­CEP­TION AND, WITH­OUT THINK­ING ABOUT IT, RAN OVER TO THE HORSE PEN SO I COULD PLAY WITH THEM. I CLIMBED UP ONTO THE FENCE, ONLY TO DIS­COVER THAT IT WAS ELEC­TRIC. I GOT ELEC­TRO­CUTED AND FELL ON THE GROUND IN FRONT OF ALL THE WED­DING GUESTS. I MADE A TO­TAL FOOL OF MY­SELF.’ -ALEXAN­DRA, 28 ‘At a bar one night, I met a guy who seemed cool, but be­cause I was drunk, I gave him my brother’s num­ber by mis­take. My brother’s num­ber is only one digit off from mine, so it’s an easy typo to make. The guy from the bar spent the next day sex­ting my brother. I never told him why he was get­ting sexts.’ -AMY, 27 ‘AF­TER I BROKE UP WITH AN EX, I LOGGED ONTO TAKEALOT AND SAW HIS SIGN-IN INFO STILL SAVED. I SEARCHED HIS RE­CENT OR­DERS AND SAW THAT HE HAD BOUGHT GIFTS FOR HIS NEW GF – AND HAD CHANGED HIS CON­TACT INFO TO HER AD­DRESS! I OR­DERED LIN­GERIE AND BOOKS ABOUT HOW TO KEEP YOUR CHEAT­ING A SE­CRET, CHARGED IT TO HIS AC­COUNT, AND SENT IT ALL TO HER.’ -ASH­LEY, 27 ‘Some­times when I go out, I like to as­sume an al­ter ego. I tell peo­ple that my name is Lola and I’m a pro­fes­sional dancer. It’s just fun to be some­one else for a night. But re­cently, I was at a din­ner with peo­ple I’m close to, and a guy was wav­ing at me fran­ti­cally, yelling, “Lola! Lola! So great to see you!” My friends didn’t know why this dude would think I was Lola. I had to con­fess my se­cret iden­tity…’ -LEXING, 32

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