The Lake Bodom murders were an infamous multiple homicide
that took place in Finland in 1960. Lake Bodom is a small lake by the city of Espoo, about 22 kilometres west of the country's capital, Helsinki. On the night of June 4, 1960, four teenagers were camping on the shores of Lake Bodom. Between 4am and 6am an unknown person or persons murdered three of them with a knife and blunt instrument wounding the fourth.
The murders inspired the kickass band Children of Bodom
"I survived Lake Bodom!"
This usually means someone who's head is balding, or completely bald, but has a huge beard to show that s/he is still capable of growing hair.
It could also mean that someone is bald, but hairy everywhere else. Like they're back, legs and arms. They can often be seen at places where swim suits are worn (like beaches, pools, waterworld).
"Wow that guy has hair everywhere but not up there."
A mental disorder that stops people from living the lives that they had always dreamed of.
Everyday when you step foot outside of your house, it's like constant anxiousness, and you can't really do anything.
It's horrible, and I wouldn't wish it on anybody.
It can get so bad that people can't leave their houses becuase it's not worth it.
You'll never understand what it's like, unless you have it yourself. A lot of people think that it's people overreacting and being shy, but they really have no clue.
This disorder often comes with other disorders, like depression, bipolar, etc.
This disorder can be treated successfully (I think/hope...), but people with social anxiety are too scared or embarassed to ask for help. I think that many people get misdiagnosed when they do ask for help. So many people turn to drugs or alcohol to help them find relief.
People with S.A.D. are misunderstood and I get in trouble becuase I don't talk loud enough and don't do homework assignments (like book reports) so that I don't have to do oral presentations. I can't leave my house by myself.
And a really miserable part of any anxiety disorder is panic attacks which cause people with the disorder to think they're dying or going crazy.
I always dream about what it would be like to not have social anxiety disorder. I can't imagine what it would be like to have one day where I could do everything I've ever imagined. If I ever get treated, or somehow magically it goes away (which I know it never will), I'm going to do everything that I can't do now.