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Anon is a person's name

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I used to think, reading alot of these posts, that anon was someone who made up all these beliefs so he could be famous and popular! I also thought that once you posted so many beliefs you became a valued member and your name was then orange, so everyone knew that you had alot of beliefs. For a while I tried to think of every belief I ever had, without cheating, so I could have my name in orange too. Wow, that's embarrassing!

I want my name in orange!!!!
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When I was 10 I went to bored.com and saw this website. Considering that I was 10 at the time, most of the humor flew over my head. Either way, when I read the entries by Anon, I thought Anon was a real person!

redruM
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Until just about a second ago, I gathered that the orange "anon" signed beliefs were from the beginning of the site when the creator (named Anon) put a few on there to get people to visit and decide to submit their own.

Of course, then I realized the boring truth. :P

Zeta
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I thought ANON was a guys name who thought he was putting in anonymous beliefs on this site (because when you click it it says this was put in anonymously) and really didn't!

Anon
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OMG! i feel stupid. I also that that Anon was a very bored person with lots of free time. what do you expect from a southern babe?

stupid silly girl
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oh... so Anon isnt a persons name?!?! my bad...
i prolly seem realy dumb cuz im 13 & barely figured it out a min ago!

seli
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when i was younger when ever i read anonymous...at the end of a book or poem i said to my self..."wow anonymous has written alot of stuff"....i thought anonymous was a person named anonymous!

Luis René Lugo Morales
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When I first got a Jack Prelutsky book from my mom, there was a poem about farting. at the end, it said "anonymous". I read it as "annoymous" which i thought warned people that this poem was annoying.

Kitty
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i used to believe that Anon was a persons name...
until i learned it stood for anonymous :)

I am anonymous
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This is ridiculous. For about 6 months I used to think "Anon" was some weird person that had nothing better to do than submit hundreds of beliefs. When I saw beliefs that referred them themselves as a girl and others as a boy, I got really confused. It was only about 5 minutes ago that I clicked on this mysterious Anon person and discovered that it's just an anonymous submission.

Jamie
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I thought that "Anon" was the webmaster of this site. Ha ha ha.

Idiotic
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this is not mine, it's my friends, but when he was young, he used to think anon. was a really good poet, because there were so many in poetry books!

lol, all the time for a happy life
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I used to believe "Anon" was a person with a whole heck of a lot of childhood beliefs.

Julianne
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Whoa. I used to believe Anon was some weird kid that most have been this crazy kid that made up stupid beliefs in his spare time...or he that he was just stupid as a kid, and believed a ton of randomt things!

I just realized it meant anonymous...and then found a section titled Anon!

ANON!
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hahaha! i thought anon was some dumb kid who was making stuff up! I was like.... his beliefs are contridicting himself i a lot!!! i then went on to look for all of his posts to prove myself. Still confused... i went under language and clicked on anon. hahahah... im 19 i am still a little confused. :P

Packrat
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On this website, for ages I belived that Anon was an actual person! Then one day I clicked it and it said "This belief was submitted anonymously." No wonder Anon had so many personalities!

P.S. Anon always used to be a girl...

Peter
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Actually, up untill a few weeks ago, I believed Anon was a person. I came on this site and couldn't believe how many posts Anon made!

Rachel K
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My friend just saw this site, and when she saw all the names that were just Anon, she said, " Wow, that Anon person believed in a lot of silly stuff!" I had to tell her that Anon meant Anonyomous.

Someone with an odd friend
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I thought, when I came to this website, that Anon was a very popular name. I wondered why so many people were named that. A few minutes ago I clicked on the name and it said "by anonomous". Oops!

Samantha
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I used to believe Anonymous was a very normal name

Anonymous
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