Sarah from OHIO writes: "Hi Chris...I'm not sure if you're celebrating INTERNATIONAL FEEL SORRY FOR YOURSELF DAY this year, but Happy IFS4YD! In January, I started taking fitness pole dancing classes as a fun way to workout." MORE HERE.
Noah, 25, MICHIGAN writes: "...Chris! I'm sorry to sending these in late. It's been a very stressful week and I only just got my computer to start working again today. Chris, I'm scared of old people. Specifically old people driving cars. On IFS4YD an elderly woman doing 50 hit me at a red light, smashing me into the car in front of me. My head broke through the back window and my truck is totaled. It took them 4 hours at the ER to remove all the glass from my head and face and to stitch me up. Sorry I didn't get many pictures of the blood spatter, but you can admire my pretty new face." CLICK HERE FOR INJURIES.
Allie from OHIO writes: "...Dearest Chris: This weekend I went to a friends house and got bitten in the face by her dog.... I have sent you my pre-cute-cuddling-kitten face and the post-Chris-Brown face..." CLICK FOR RAGING INJURY.
Kenzie writes: "...Hey Chris, Last sunday i decided to stay out in the sun without putting extra sunscreen on. As a result, I got a nasty sun burn on my shoulders that has blistered and is now excreting a yellowish liquid. This was quite the painful experience. Please feel sorry for me. Kenzie, Minnesota."
Hello Cute with Chris viewers. I'm trying to get my blog posts together for tomorrow but my apartment building here in LA keeps shaking and rumbling with violent seismic quaking. Ahhh...life in CALIFORNIA. If there are no further posts, that means I'm lying unconscious under a pile of rubble. Which would also be kind of exciting because gaping head injuries caused by an earthquake would mean I win International Feel Sorry for Yourself Day!
Sara from BC writes: "...Dear Chris, I feel sorry for myself because I have this new guy in my life these last 4 weeks and already I have noticed that he NEVER makes eye contact with me and is obsessed with my boobs. Like REALLY obsessed. His focus never rises above nipple height and I know for sure he has no idea what colour my eyes are. He doesn't seem to listen to anything I say and I bet he couldn't even tell you my name if you asked him. What should I do? Sara in Victoria."
Hi Chris: I recently graduated from college and was moving out of my apartment so I could stay with my boyfriend for a week before I headed home. He came over and helped me put all my things in my car and then broke up with me. Awesome. Luckily, I had a friend to stay with so I could stay and drink my sorrows away in a college town. When my now ex returned my things, he included all the things I had given him I didn't want my parents to find in my room over the summer. These items were then placed into random recycling bins after a night in the bars. He also generously included a pair of his old woolen socks, so yeah, thanks for those. I guess I'll put them on so I can take them off when I find my next conquest. We had also adopted a guinea pig together. I had to give him to my little sister because my ex was severely allergic to everything I love. I sent his picture in before, but you never posted it. Now he's dead. I guess he doesn't have to go through the pain of being a pet in a relationship that went to poo (watching my language for teen viewers). I've included a picture of my poor deceased guinea pig and a pic of me enjoying the single life. -Mandy, 22teen, MN
Tashina in CALIFORNIA sends this picture of her husband and their puppy. She writes: "...Hello Chris. I came home from work a couple days ago to find a most disturbing early birthday surprise. My little Boston Terrier pup, Shin Chan, was lying dead in the yard. My hubby says he thought he was acting funny, and hadn't eaten his food from the previous day. We think he may have eaten something poisonous."