Online confession craze on the wane
Some revealed their darkest secrets, others made public their feelings for that special someone, while yet others shared juicy gossip.
But six months after the popularity of Facebook confession pages reached a peak, the craze appears to be waning.
These online confession forums are set up by various groups, mainly university and school students, and allow users to share any kind of secret anonymously.
Administrators for the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) Confessions pages said entries had been declining recently.
From a peak of about 20 posts a day in February, NTU Confessions now gets about 10. NUS Confessions used to receive between 70 and 100 submissions a day, but that has dropped to about 20. SMU Confessions pushed out between 50 and 80 daily entries at the start, but now averages between 20 and 50.