Y'ALL Y'ALL Y'ALL I DIDNT TELL YOU
so my mom snoops through my stuff all the time, so yesterday morning she was going through my browser history on the computer, and she found my ThisCrush. She calls me upstairs and she asks my why my username is "brb-beingreallybi". I'm pissed that she was going through my stuff so I just sarcastically answer "I dunno mom, why is it called that". And then COMPLRTELY STRAIGHT FACED, SHES LIKE "Alexis. Did you... Did you think.... Bi?" and so I literally laughed and then said that was old and didn't apply anymore (which is true since I'm omni). And still stone-faced, she was like "you're not in trouble. I won't be mad. Just so you know, it's not bad. I think it is okay." And I was trying SO HARD to not literally laugh in her face and be like "yah bitch, I'm pretty sure I know it's okay." But all I did was shrug and tell her it didn't apply anymore anyway, and I'm not bi. Then I just turned around and went back downstairs. I'm pretty sure she was still sitting frozen on the couch.
ANYWAYS, I'm pretty sure she thinks I'm straight now, but I'm sure she has her doubts, so in y'alls opinion, should I keep denying everything or should I just tell her
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