Trust Issues

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Episode 86/1x086
Trust Issues

Jonas is caught cap fever!

Blogger Jonas
Date Posted November 29th, 2006
Forum 3461|3=lg15}}
Length 2:53
Description Wow, Bree that chat was crazy... it's amazing seeing how many people care about you. Anyway, I hope you'll consider my offer...
Location(s) Jonas's house
YouTube Tags LG15 lonelygirl15 jonas bree daniel danielbeast trust parents sail sailng goliath chat
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Director(s) Mesh Flinders and Miles Beckett
Vidplay Vanessa Roveto
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, Amanda Goodfried, and Vanessa Roveto
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Jonas Jackson Davis
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Scared To Go Home"
Next "Jonas?"
Previous by Jonas "Happy Thanksgiving"
Next by Jonas "The Anti-Cribs"

Trust Issues is the eighty-sixth video in the lonelygirl15 video series.


(Jonas is in the library. He is wearing a wool cap.)

Jonas: Hey everybody, it's Jonas, uhh... I guess I'm--I guess I'm caught up... in what's going on now. Here's what happened; yesterday, a bunch of us were in a chat room talking to Bree and she seemed... upset. You know, she's... desperate for money or a place to stay... I dunno. She--she wouldn't say where she is, or what she's doing, but umm... you know, I guess she just doesn't wanna give away too many details. And... I can't really say that I blame her, you know with everything that she's been through. Anyway, I--I offered to help by giving them money or I offered for her and Daniel, they could come and crash at my place. I'd have to say she was pretty reluctant. I don't think she trusts me. Listen Bree, if--if you're watching, umm, you need to trust someone. Look, and I know--I know where you're coming from 'cause I used to have major, major trust issues. I--I didn't trust my teachers, friends, I did--I didn't even trust my own parents. But umm... (Jonas pauses.) I didn't even trust my own parents. But umm, you know, and it wasn't that I thought everyone was out to get me, or whatever, I just, I dunno, I just thought... I could take care of myself. Funny, a lot of that changed when I started sailing with my dad. And I know, but hold on, bear with me: sailing is not a one-man job. Well actually it, unless you're in a dingy, then it kind of is a one-man job, but if we're talking about a full-size boat, you know, a full-size sailing boat, you need to be able to trust everyone who's around you. One time, umm, I'm out with my dad, and we get--we get this small craft advisory. I begged him, begged him for us to go back in. I just--I just didn't think it was safe. He looked at me and he said, (Jonas impersonates his father's voice.) "Jonas, are you crazy? Today we're gonna ride the waves." (Jonas laughs.) I'm pretty sure he could tell I was scared partly because of the death grip I had on the railing. For the record? Best day of my life. This thing was... like the most badass roller coaster you can imagine. I'd say, easily a hundred times better than Goliath. After that, umm, I knew at least I could trust him. Look Bree, umm, look, I know things suck right now, and--and you're scared... but, uhh, you can trust me.