Most of the time, people are looking for advice to hide their diary and keep it a secret. Still, what you really "want" is for people to read your diary, to understand your innermost secrets and deepen who you really are? Or maybe, do you want them to learn something about themselves from your perception, since you are very shy or do not have so much courage to tell them to their face? Or, in the latter case, maybe you want to keep a diary as a decoration while the other real diary remains hidden. Whatever your reason for someone reading your journal, here are some suggestions to put desire in their heads and help them reach your goal, while thinking it was their own goal!
Step 1. Pick a journal, which is obviously a journal
One that has the word "Diary" written in big letters on the cover. Choose a journal with bright colors and stylish designs or phrases that say "Don't read it" on the cover. Some newspapers come with a lock and key; This can add a sense of impenetrability (although you could leave the key in the journal when you hide it so it can be opened easier). And if you really want the attention, go for a neon or glitter cover.
Step 2. Spend a lot of time writing in your journal and keep it very obvious
Always write around your family. Especially around your screaming dads, partners, and siblings! If they are in your room or you know they are going to a specific room, go sit down and start writing. Feel free to think out loud and make a few comments as you write.
Laugh and smile as you type or write quickly with a certain look on your face
Step 3. Casually mention comments about what you want to write in your journal when the people you want to read it are around
For example, if you see something interesting, you could say "Wow, this could go to my journal." This will make the person want to see your journal. You can say "Oh, I can write about each person in my journal, especially when I feel angry and disappointed in them."
- If the person asks if you are journaling about him or her, be evasive. Say something like “Maybe… maybe not. It may not be worth writing about you in my journal…”.
Step 4. If someone asks you what you are writing about or trying to see, put it on your chest so no one can see and quickly say “Nothing
”The more tempting you make him look, the more curious the person will be and they will want to know more about him.
- Be very defensive about wanting anyone to see what you write in the journal!
Step 5. Never leave your journal unattended
Take it to the bathroom. This will cause more suspicion, making your target think that you are hiding something.
Step 6. Keep your journal in a very hidden place
Each journal needs to be found in a suitable place after a little search. For that feeling of satisfaction, the journal needs to be in an obvious but not so obvious place. If someone can't find your journal, have them look it up and look for it further. Never hide it in your mattress! Some places can be:
- Behind your drawer.
- In an old backpack that many know you no longer use.
- Under some sheets or clothes that are in the top drawer of the closet.
- Glued under furniture with durable tape.
- In a ziplock bag in the bathroom tank
- Behind a bookcase.
- Under your bedspread.
- If someone walks into your room when you are writing, have a quilt handy to hide it quickly but obviously underneath.
Step 7. Consider what you want to add to your journal to make the person understand that they have been discovered
How you deal with this aspect of finding your journal depends on your goal:
- If you want the person to know that you've set them up to find your journal, find a way to make this clear. You could write something that they could find in the text of your journal, perhaps in a paragraph of their own, such as “And Jake thought that finding this journal would make him feel the best but little did he know that I had decided early on that he needed to read. these truths of himself and I managed his desire for him to find this journal. "
- Or you can say something more direct at the beginning of the journal, like “Jake, you idiot, I WANTED you to find this journal. Have fun reading about yourself and what I really think of you. "
- Or, maybe you could drop this in a more subtle way. For example, maybe you want someone to love you or you want them to give you gifts that you really like. Managing that curiosity to find your journal and express your feelings or your wish list, this could result in a declaration of love for you or that they finally buy what you want most.
If you want someone to read your journal, don't write embarrassing things in it. Just write what you want that person to know
- If someone ends up reading your journal, there is a good chance that your secrets will be told to everyone. However, since you are doing this on purpose, you will already know what to write down and what not to write down. You can leave a secret in your online diary or in a place impossible to find, as this diary will be for decoration.
- Don't be mad at the person who reads the newspaper. You made it happen.