Attractive european female reading notes in diary

Dear Diary,

This morning I read another diary and that shiz was f—ed up! I didn’t even know a body could fit in a dresser drawer, but if it was cut up the way he says it was, I suppose it could work. Ingenuity, it never ceases to amaze me. Anyway, I’m thinking I should probably go to the police, but since I wasn’t supposed to be reading his diary in the first place, isn’t it an invasion of privacy or something? Like, I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t hold up in court. I don’t know how these things work. Plus, it’s my brother’s diary, so wouldn’t he, like, be mad at me if I turned him in? And oh yeah, he’d know that I was in his room, so all those times he threatened to kill me if I went in there again, what if he was being serious…? It’s hard to say. I wish I could go back and unread what he wrote cuz I’m not sure I can ever look at him the same way again. Pray for me.

Have you ever read someone’s diary without his or her consent?

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