As a bit of a side project, I am writing an autobiography about myself and my girlfriend and our times together, as we are, as is, the ultimate date movie couple. I'm curious on the opinions of some of the forum on if there's anything I CAN'T write in an autobiography.... As some stages are rather.... Obscene to say the least. What I'm asking is, what should (if anything) be left out of the autobiography of a fifteen year old and his first love? Should I cut anything at all, or perserve the truth for exactly what it is, no matter how ugly at times.... Bit from the chapter; "Firsts and Forevers" December 20th ....And before I knew it I was talking to myself, no SCREAMING to myself, half in an almost insane laugh, "It doesn't matter.... No no no, it doesn't matter.... At that point I just wanted to scream to the world," I paused, releasing more of that seemingly psychotic laughter, "I wanted to scream "**** you Osborn you stupid ****ing bitch! Go to ****ing hell!" All I wanted to do was cram as many swear words around the name Osborn as I could.... Do I omit something like that? I look like a psycho but it's a small part of my relationship, I screamed swears to the heavens about her ex (who is another woman by the way). I can do anything in my writing.... But how do I know if I should?