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Monday confessions...

Greg James | 12:17 UK time, Monday, 13 September 2010

Good afternoon lovely people.

I'd like you to use me as your agony aunt today.  Anything you want to confess to, I'm your boy.  I'll reply on this blog to any gooduns.

Here's mine:  I still haven't paid my council tax.  (Paying it after the show today)

You can confess all to me.  Come on, let it all out.

Just leave your comments underneath. 

NB: Remember, this is a public blog and anyone can read your confessions. Here's a link to The Surgery page if you need any real advice with your problems: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/advice

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Hello Greg,

    Yesterday I insulted Tinchy Stryder on Twitter. He retweeted my insult and made me look like an idiot. Do i continue this fight, or should I be the bigger man and let it be?

    Please help, because he has just tweeted something that I could easily insult him back with :)

    Thanks, Mr Rob

  • Comment number 2.

    Dear Auntie Greg,


    I broke up with my boyfriend two months ago and am ready to get back into the big wide world of dating. But after being with him for almost a year and failing by myself since we broke up, I have NO IDEA how to go about it. I'm a rubbish flirt and find it difficult to approach men!

    HELP!

  • Comment number 3.

    Greg, I have been dying to tell someone about this for YEARS. I went to a posh party when I was 17 and couldn't find any shoes to go with my dress although I loved the style of some of my sisters favourite orange shoes. So i had, what i thought at the time, was a genious idea- i got shoe polish and painted her orange shoes black. It didn't work. The shoes were ruined and in the end I had to borrow my friends mums shoes.I still haven't told my sister who regular brings up the "where did my favourite orange shoes go to" question!- Well, they are in a box under my bed. I'm so sorry sis! Ah, that felt good.
    Becky

  • Comment number 4.

    Dear Mr Auntie Greg,

    I secretly quite like 'Somebody To Love' by Justin Bieber. But I also know that he's an annoying little man who doesn't know what Germany is.

    Please fix this for me, thanks.

  • Comment number 5.

    Dear Aunty Greg,

    I have a huge case of festival blues. Do you have any idea how I could recreate that festival feeling?

    Thanks,

    Rosie

  • Comment number 6.

    Dear Auntie Gregory,

    I too did something silly on twitter - involving a gym going female friend of yours.

    Will I be forgiven and forgotten by her? How can i make it up to her?

  • Comment number 7.

    Hi Greg,

    Same sort of problem as CaptainGrammar.
    I'm a gay 18 y.o. and i split up with my boyfriend around 4 months ago but i cannot stop thinking about when we were together, I'd like to be back with him but he's with someone. I haven't got the confidence in myself to go to a club to meet people and possibly start dating again, I'm having family problems at the moment as well so all of it is getting me down. Any ideas on something i can do?

    Thanks
    David W

  • Comment number 8.

    Dear. Auntie Greg!!

    I lied my parents. I told'em I'm not a gay..!!
    How silly...!! :(...But it was so scared..
    I'm still freaking out.. When can I get great chance to tell the truth...? I know that.. sooner is better, but It's too difficult to tell.
    Help..!!

    Oh, and I wanna listen "Lie To Me" by Gary Barlow :D

  • Comment number 9.

    Dear Gregory,

    Today is my last day in my current job and my boss's wife
    started annoying me every single minute. how do i deal with
    her?

    Thanks,

    Paulo Dario.

  • Comment number 10.

    hi Greg i like this girl but shew as all ready got a boy frind what do do please help big man

  • Comment number 11.

    I prob should be doing my work but I'm getting side tracked by your show & facebook! Keep on playing the good stuff & say hi to everyone at solent.

  • Comment number 12.

    on saturday i planned to go the football at 1pm with my girlfriends brother and our mate then come back to her and spend the day together. we ended up going and a 12 hour binge drinking session and got in a right mess and she never seen me til 7pm on sunday so i spoilt the whole weekend as i spent most of sunday in bed. How do i make it up to her???

  • Comment number 13.

    Dear Greg!

    I really want to spend my 20th Bday and New Year's Eve in Glasgow but I don't have money for flight tickets (as I came back from my holiday in London with 20 new CDs, 5 pairs of shoes and empty wallet). How to convince my parents (who I owe about 100 pounds) to give me another 100...?

    Thanks,

    Zuzanna

  • Comment number 14.

    Hi Greg,

    I'm in a little situation. I fancy this girl but she has a best mate, they do everything together and i don't wanna get in the middle of that.

    What should i do?

    Many Thanks x

  • Comment number 15.

    Dear "Aunty" Greg,
    I like to sing in front of the mirror, with guitar in hand and pretend I'm Ellie Goulding. Is this normal? Are there others like me? Maybe you have undergone the same sort of thing with one of your idols?

    Emily x

  • Comment number 16.

    Dear Greg,

    I still listen to BBMak.

    Love, Holly

  • Comment number 17.

    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the house rules. Explain.

  • Comment number 18.

    No idea how this works as have never made a comment in my life.

    But just had to say no wonder you don't play Enrique Inglesias that often. That was a rubbish song.

  • Comment number 19.

    All this user's posts have been removed.Why?

 

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