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Odd Scenario by Esther Hobblechirk - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:49:42 EST ID:RgHClKBT No.514705 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So there's a couple of things going on here but I'll try and keep it as short as possible.

Basically me and a friends girlfriend are very close, and I pretty much find it impossible to imagine that everyone involved doesn't already know that I have a huge crush on her. Things get slightly more complicated when you take into account the fact I've slept (as in zzzzz sleep) in the same bed with her about 4 times, and she's also seen my dick, in a pretty weird scenario. Now, I'm no snake, so I'm 100% never going to actually do anything with this chick, for about a billion reasons not even counting the fact that she's going out with my friend. But I do really, obviously like her, and we both get on really well + she's obviously comfortable enough with me to sleep with me for some....reason...

Anyway, different side of the coin now. I got tripping with her really hard a few days ago and basically ended up being horrible to her. Difficult to explain but I was VERY fucked up and took some benzos to chill out, but benzos + acid + ket just made me say the first things that came into my head, and I was really nasty to her. Basically in my mind I was being a dick and it was funny, but essentially I was just really really nasty to her for a couple of hours and made her very uncomfortable. She had a bit of a freak out later on in the day and since then has blocked me on FB and ignored my texts because she felt like I was attacking her and being mean, and she's also someone who suffers from anxiety and depression, so she really didn't need that shit.

Not entirely sure what I'm looking for in this thread guys, I know actually trying to get with her would be the most toxic and poisonous idea in the world because she's clearly mental, but I'm also not really sure if a friendship is sustainable with her because y'know...I really like her.

If anyone is wondering, her boyfriend works away a lot of the time so he's not been around for any of these times. I'm close to him and I like to think he trusts me but I'm still very much casually in bed with his girlfriend (once again, no sex) and very much into her. I'm generally uncomfortable about just …
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Finally met someone I feel chemistry towards by Oliver Blatherlock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 08:58:04 EST ID:xUBClzqr No.514689 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Met this really, really cute girl (we’ll call her Ally) on a uni camp this past weekend. She was the person I talked to the most out of anyone there. I didn’t know anyone else going, just decided to sign up for the heck of it. Anyway, I made sure to introduce myself to Ally early when we were first getting on the bus to go to camp. We chatted and danced, drank, etc. on the bus (party bus). When we eventually got to the camp, it was late and time to set up tents. Ally suggested we put our tents next to each other for “protection” (inside joke, cbf explaining). So that was a good sign she may be interested but also there was an equal chance that she could just be interested in being friends, too early to tell.

Anyway, after setting up the tents we went and sat around the campfire and chatted with lots of the other uni campers. Ally struck me as a bit of a social butterfly, at least more so than my generally reserved , introverted, self. I did have some good chats the others as well around the campfire, made some new friends and so did she. I'm embarrassed to admit that I felt slight jealousy every time I looked over and saw Ally having a good conversation with another guy. Anyway, I was getting tired so I said my goodnights and heading to my tent. I fell straight to sleep so idk how long the festivities kept going, but I don't think it was for much longer.

Anyway, the next day was chilled. Did some drinking games and what not. In the evening we were all chatting and having quite a lot of drinks. After the festivities died down a bit, myself, Ally and another guy we both made friends with went back to my tent and had a few more drinks. It was getting late so our friend decided he was gonna go to bed. So then it was just me and Ally and we were lying down next to each other chatting for a good while about random shit you talk about after a solid drinking session. Then we were both starting to get tired and conversation was drawing to a halt so I decided, fuck it, my time is now. So I whispered something cheesy like “would you be offended if I kissed you right now?” and then she went in for the kiss and we made out for a while, rolling around in my tiny, uncomfortable tent lmao. Anyway, we got interrupted by the tent falling down on top of us because some of the other campers thought it'd be funny to pull the tent supports out on people who were sleeping. To be fair, they thought it was just me asleep in there. So at that stage we both went outside the tent to fix it up and we were both hella tired at this point, it being like half-three in the morning and us having just had a massive day. So we said our goodnights, she went back to her tent and I went back to mine.

The next day (final day) there was no awkwardness or anything, we both had another few good chats and laughs but didn't mention what happened the night beforehand.

Anyways, a couple of days after we got back from camp I was messaging her in a lecture asking if she was at uni that day. She said she was and had the same 2hour breack as me so she suggested we should catch up on campus. So we had a nice couple hour chat about more random stuff, mostly talking about our families and TV shows we watch, etc. Nothing sexual or anything of that nature. We both hugged goodbye and she said “I'll see you soon!” type thing. This is where I'm inexperienced. I've never had a GF so I'm not sure how one goes about progressing from casual meetups to something more, so I guess I’m asking for advice about that. I don't want to fall into the “cakefart” but I also want to somehow know that's she's into me. I know she's had 2 boyfriends in the past and me having never had a girlfriend, it's slightly intimidating knowing what to do and what not to do, etc.

I haven't messaged her since our meetup yesterday but I think we'll at least be meeting up at the same time next week because of our overlapping breaks between classes. Basically what I'm asking for is some advice because I'm inexperienced with girls and relationships in general.
This is actually the first girl I've ever met that I've actually felt chemistry towards. She's super cute, super funny and is really switched on and smart.

I'm not completely inexperienced with the opposite gender. I have some experience with women in mostly club/bar type places. In the past I've hooked up with several different girls at mostly clubs/bars and have had sex once before, but have never felt any sort of real feelings towards the girl and no urge to follow up with them afterwards. This just feels like a completely different thing, something I haven't felt before or been in the same position.
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Nigel Peggledin - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:21:42 EST ID:88K/BmwZ No.514692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Listen little nigga, you gotta play it cool, see. You gotta be relaxed like a flying negro on ketamine, you gotta be flexible like the don juan of al pacinos, the king of cool of all the Eddie Murphys. She likes you home, that's good. Keep being you. Don't change it up into this serious sap-- homie let me tell you, that DOES NOT get the pussy wet. Just keep it cool, spend time with her and put two fingers in her when the time's right.

IM OUT
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Matilda Grandforth - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 16:48:02 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514689
Be cool but as you've already kissed her, don't let things go flat. I'm not a believer in "you've got to do such and such by this time" but if you don't make any moves she might be wondering what the fuck she did wrong why is this guy fucking with me and leading me on what the fuck? She may also be chill and shy. 2 boyfriends isn't many and the most friendly social butterfly I ever met was basically terrified of everything and everyone and just compensated massively by throwing herself into social situations and almost no one noticed (I didn't, but I was seeing her best friend who told me about it, also very much a take it slow sort of lady). Maybe she's not super forward either in which case you may also still be moving at a relaxed pace rather than driving her crazy. Anyway my point isn't panic, it's just do a thing soon.

I would just try to get her somewhere prettier or ask if the two of you could hang out at a time outside your weekly schedules. Hopefully she'll read between the lines and even if she doesn't, it's a tiny step forward. You're students on a budget so you don't have to take her fine dining. But there's probably somewhere pretty you can chill on campus or around town, or some nice cafe that's dead at outside peak time with an upstairs or something. Lol just described 2 successful (as in she wanted to see me again and I had fun) dates I had (very vaguely).

Don't be intimidated by the lack of girlfriend. Just be you, and do what comes naturally and if things keep going then occasionally let her know how you feel with words or gestures and keep enjoying yourselves whatever you do. That is the most important rule of all. Have fun. If you're not enjoying it then who fucking cares? So far you're enjoying spending time with her. So as the other guy said, don't change shit up.
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Emma Guddlebad - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:18:08 EST ID:K2pLy7pX No.514704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514703
Yeah I totally get you when you say don't let it go flat. I'd be making moves if I noticed strong signals from her but so far it's just been friendly chats with a lot of laughs. She might be slightly shy, idk.
Only problem is we live like 40 minutes away from each other so it's hard to pick a place outside uni.

Maybe next week when I see her I could try something, I'll have to figure out what.

Thanks for the advice


Revenge by Cedric Goodfuck - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 09:24:56 EST ID:htL0lErB No.514636 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi guys, so me and my boyfriend were together for approaching a year. I cheated on him with a friend of his but i loved him and wanted to marry him still. He didnt know this.

During our relationship, about 10 months in, He had his house broken into and he was assaulted while trying to defend his little brother and his home from 3 thugs, he took some blows to the head, some from a large spade which opened up the back of his head and he had to go to hospital for the night for tests. His face was stomped on. He was high when this happened and he was eventually diagnosed with PTSD although there were psychotic episodes featuring in his life too, to further complicate things. I believe he had a minor manic/psychotic experience before we got together but he was still smoking weed fairly heavily and partying a lot while we were at college and seemed in good mental health. He tried to break up with me when we got back from Amsterdam on a holiday, he smoked a lot of very very strong Sativa and had a freak-out, then on the day we got back tried breaking up with me but changed his mind after I threatened suicide.

Following the attempted breakup, the assault happened. And a few months after that he broke up with me for good, I didn't take it well. We stayed in touch after, and I think he regretted his decision, We shared friends and most people sided with me due to knowing me for longer and they were very dissapointed because they thought we could end up married and having beautiful children one day.

I got back from a holiday with a friend, and I had him over to mine to talk, we sat on my bed and I asked him what he though to my new tan. He didnt seem so good but I he was obviously happy to see me and be with me again, I let him feel my smooth tanned legs and was wearing the hot-pants I knew he loved, I made sure to show off the ass by walking up the stairs in front of him in my tight shorts as we went up to my room.

This is where things get weird - We started making out and as things got really hot and heavy, and we were naked. Just before he entered me I told him I didnt think this waas a good idea.. I was very confused.. my friends had been telling me I should definitely not take him back, I agreed, but I was mostly very angry at him still for what he did to me. He told me that although I said that I was obviously wanting to have sex, I think he said "your mouth says no but your body says yes" and I submitted to him, it was very good sex, I enjoyed it a lot although I was really conflicted, he seemed like a different person but I had seem this side of him before, when he had a freakout in Amsterdam I was running a bath for us naked and he walked in and saw me bending over to check the water, and he ravaged me, I told my friends about the time in Amsterdam, it was so fucking hot. This time reminded me of that in some ways... I'm not sure if it was a sort of psychotic side to him or just a regular guy with poor self-control. I told him i didnt think it was a good idea and I did say "no" quite quietly, but I did not resist him in any way and I vmy verbal resistance was very short lived. I kinda changed my mind but I also just gave myself to him in that moment. It is quite confusing but I'm sure it was rape.

I met up with his best friend a few times for support, we used to hang together, me, my ex, and his bestfriend. His friend wasn't keen on the idea at first but it was very easy to pursuade him to have sex with me, we had sex a few times before I stopped. I went to a festival with everyone and I made a point to tease my ex when we were alone in a tent, he had given up smoking weed and I went and joined hgim when he was relaxing in his tent on his own, we spooned and i grinded against him, as soon as he started to make further advances I told him no and left, he didn't push things at all.

He did however find out about me and his friend, but he forgave him after a heart-to-heart and stayed friends. I think he was doing a Tarot reading for himself and he confronted a friend, who sort of laughed and looked at his best-friend, or so I hear. and that's how he found out. I think he had been smoking again at the time as he seemed kinda crazy apparently.

I moved to America and am now happily married, I heard that my bestfriend is dating a friend of my ex's and they all lived together, along with a few other guys. My ex has had some rough patches, smoking on and off, doing various crappy jobs, but he got a good job but ended up smoking again, leading up to this he was drinking wine and beers alone fairly regularely and talking to strangers on omegle, he made a few online friends. There was a girl who lived in the same city who said she was turning 17 soon and had just broken up with someone. my ex was 23 at the time and he spoke to my friend and others about this, felt flattered and kinda interested as he was lonely etc, but my friend told him the age difference was too big. It turned out that this girl was only 15 and had lied to him, and he cut off contact with her.
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Betsy Farringmine - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:22:48 EST ID:u4mv7UMi No.514680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514678
>My friend then spread rumours about him, I'm not sure if it included how he raped me or also if it was related to the 15 year old girl he was talking to but never met.

Skimmed by this part. What the fuck?

And you're practically stalking him and keeping him down because you don't want him to be happy without you.

This poor dude.
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Lydia Washshaw - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:44:24 EST ID:PiDMdgO6 No.514681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this thread is not good, anyone who replies to OP is a shmuck
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Barnaby Fizzlebury - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:46:10 EST ID:YR5cVqYC No.514682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is soooo obviously written by an angry ex you can almost feel the fedora pressing thru the screen
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Molly Tillingstock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 04:40:09 EST ID:lNVN0mUI No.514686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514682
Is this really elaborate red pill/MGTOW propaganda?

Seems sincere to me.
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Fanny Bapperback - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:47:34 EST ID:UvnOR/k6 No.514701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, you were wrong to cheat. Very wrong.

I think rape is a strong word. You clearly wanted it before, during, and after

Why don't you just leave the guy alone? Most of this shit ain't his fault and your fascination with his misery is surely unhealthy


Taking a Break to Fix a Relationship by Sophie Trotdale - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 04:10:18 EST ID:OIQXeb8g No.514684 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /qq/.
TL;DR Recently, I've been feeling extremely smothered by my girlfriend of 2 years. She has been blowing up my phone whenever I'm hanging out with friends, and acting extremely controlling and jealous. Today I decided to take a break for two weeks in hopes to fix problems we're having in our relationship. We set the break for two weeks. She did not take it well at all, but I hope she thinks about it when she's less upset.
Has anyone else tried this to fix problems in your relationship? Experiences would be helpful.
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Our problems began six months ago. I play in a punk band, and can be extremely social and over the top. Usually, I attract a crowd of people and always have a lot of fun. My girlfriend can be a lot a fun, but she's not nearly as social as me, and most of her friends are originally my friends. My girlfriend began getting super jealous that other girls tried talking to me. I did not flirt back with these women, but that did not matter to my girlfriend. She would bottle up these feelings and drunkenly freak out at me, insulting me and threatening me.
Time went on and I wanted to party hard with her less and less. Going out with her meant that I was going to tone myself down, because she would probably freak out otherwise.
Unfortunately, this has had the opposite effect. She hears about when I go out with friends and do outrageous things and wonders why I don't want to do that with her. My girlfriend and I go out to bars sometimes, but its never as chaotic as when I go with friends. Sometimes I think maybe I'm even crazier with friends because I feel contained by my girlfriend. She is now jealous of this, and is probably scared that she is going to lose me. She again expresses this is in outburst, usually in text form, where she is threatening me and calling me names. Otherwise, she just often asks why we don't do crazy things together like I do with my friends.

I feel caged. I've never felt like this in a relationship. My only other relationship open we we're together for 5 years. On the flip side, this is my girlfriends first serious relationship ever as she has had only a few short term relationships in the past.

I told my girlfriend …
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Molly Tillingstock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 04:34:47 EST ID:lNVN0mUI No.514685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If anything, it will hurt the relationship.

When you go out with your friends and party instead of spending time with her, she's going to feel like you don't value her.

Not sure how old you are. But of you feel like you aren't ready to settle down, you might need someone else.
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Sophie Trotdale - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 05:12:13 EST ID:OIQXeb8g No.514687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514685
Ironically, I don't even like partying that much. I only go out and hang with friends when she's not available because I'm bored. I partied daily when I was younger and don't enjoy it as much anymore. It's just when I go out I end up a bunch of places meeting a lot of people. Part of it is probably that I live and grown up in a big city, and my girlfriend lives in the suburbs. Going out for me, is sort of outside my house, not really a big deal for me. She always thinks highly of it, because she did not party before she met me.

Regardless, I see what you're saying. She thinks I spend all this time away from her, and I sometimes do party harder without her. I'm just not sure what else to do at this point, besides take a break.

I'm 22 btw and you're right, I'm not ready to settle down.
Thanks for the insight
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Nigel Peggledin - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:30:54 EST ID:88K/BmwZ No.514694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Listen my littlest nigga. Feeling trapped hurts everybody, including her. She feels scared cause she's got something wrong underneath the hood, ya feel me? You wanna be free like a bird snorting dextromethorphan deep in a K hole. I mean you wanna feel good. If this relationship ain't good, its bad, ya feel me my little, teeny tiny microscopic nigga?
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Isabella Creshchock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:16:16 EST ID:xQY7/x+6 No.514698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn I had the same kinda girlfriend.

Was in a band that made a few hundred a week at bars and small festivals. GF partied hard but would go insane when other girls so much as looked at me on stage. Stopped partying in general and quit he band because I liked her (I'm an idiot) she complained I changed and asked why I don't do drugs and party with her. Asked why I lost my social status, got bored with me.

I left her after a few miserable years and now I play my music, talk to whoever I want, and don't let anyone tie me down.
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Matilda Grandforth - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:30:33 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514684
Taking a break is a friends meme.

Like all friends memes it plays out accurately in the show but people ignore that. The irony is people do all the shit which blew up in their face horrendously because it happened on a stupid show and somehow it's ruined tonnes of people. Even if you didn't watch friends you've just fucked a relationship up.

Taking a break doesn't make things better, either you need to redefine your boundaries long term or it's over. You're going to go back to the same shit except worse. She will resent what you did and you won't solve anything. Assuming that she's not super needy and doesn't just jump on the first dick she can because she's actually codepedent and needy as fuck.

[%[Joey the pick up artist was heartbroken and alone and Chandler "lord of the cakefart" married a girl he'd known since he was a teenager. The break ended up with the temporarily dumped guy getting drink and kissing someone else because he didn't really understand what on a break even meant. [/%]

You should have just told her what's up. And if she can't fix it, it's over. I suspect there's always been things you could do or could have done to avoid this situation but she's clearly displaying shitty behavior and things have escalated pretty badly. You should have nipped this in the bud if you ask me. But hey, you live and learn. You'll probably find another eventually.


I have a real problem, are my parents full of shit? by Shit Pondersine - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 00:09:04 EST ID:3kUD8XUY No.514675 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a brother that's a few years older than me. Our relationship is super fucked up but I stopped feeling bad about it after finding out that a lot of people don't have great relationships with family members. Our relationship is comparable to Seth and Pickles. He will do something fucked up and then tell his buddies that it was me to gain sympathy from them. We got into a fight three years ago, he hit me first and called the cops after I started fighting back. Told the cops and my parents I started but they didn't arrest me. They ended up talking to me for a good twenty minutes.

Recently though there was a girl I was dating and he pretty much had a hand in running her off by starting drama whenever she was around. He had texted the girls friend and said he "blamed her for introducing her to me and now he had no one to be lonely with".

On another occasion he got verbally aggressive with the girl after telling us he was going to kill himself. He accused her of laughing "at his pain" then he started punching shit.

My parents are basically like you should forgive him just forget it. I told them I'd be able to forgive but I can't forgive and my mom just goes into platitudes about how that's not really forgiving him. I'm a line in this. They accuse me of not letting it go but then I try to talk to them about it and they give me the usual brush off.

I have a text from my mom today and I had mentioned how she didn't really do anything about him saying he was going to kill me and how I fear for my life she's basically like ok.

Pretty much the fact I'm alone in this and he knows he can do anything and get away with it is causing me stress. I'm not really sure how to handle this situation...I know it won't change because my brother has always been like this I know he won't magically start being a brother at some point. Idk anyone have any advice?
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Augustus Smallspear - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 00:44:50 EST ID:YHUdsQOd No.514676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just chill out, bro.
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Fanny Smallfuck - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:21:01 EST ID:rBfIrlAT No.514677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514675

Sounds like you're in high school or live with your parents, or with your parents and your brother. In the first case, I don't care, and in the second move out. Get away from this person if he is causing you so much trouble, you can keep your personal and family life separate easily.
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Eugene Minkinlidge - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 12:06:08 EST ID:ngLYHpR4 No.514695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, just get a padlock for your room and get a simple blunt weapon. Maybe something akin to a blackjack, for knock out your brother when necessary. His threats of suicide really don't matter, and even if he did do it, it'd only be to your and your family's benefit. Put him in his place, and keep your room locked up like a fortress. Make him too scared to talk to you. Trust me, it works, I know. Make them too scared to talk to you, make them think you're going to hurt them if they bother you, and they will leave you alone permanently. Just beat him good, hold your head high when your parents freak out at you, threaten to continue doing it even if they threaten you with the cops, the cops aren't bad guys, and if they speak to both you and your brother they'll be able to deduce who started the problem and who finished it.
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Hamilton Cliddlehutch - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:09:24 EST ID:n1yNxChx No.514697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514695
Holy shit this is the most hardcore and realistic post on qq I have literally ever seen ever literally


social anxiety/uncomfortable with being perceived? by Elephant Mask Guy - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 20:23:21 EST ID:6rYLIVsB No.514648 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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tldr when I walk past mirrors theres this mental force that grabs my attention and makes me notice myself in the mirror, and its not positive, like I'm perceiving myself in a negative light, or expecting that, when I walk past a mirror. I don't even have to look at myself in the mirror, I expect it when passing it and get the same mental tunnel vision as the next example: When I'm in public, walking down a hallway, even when walking down a street with a car/person approaching me, I get mental tunnel vision and I can't just enjoy my walk, the presence of the other observer wacks me out. I believe both scenarios I've listed revolve around the same thing: I anticipate a negative reaction to my normal behavior and being? I've been conditioned to expect being rejected and feeling that I'm weird/a loser/deserving of social rejection? How can I take steps to get over this? This would make sense to a degree as I've experienced social rejection in my youth/life for expressing my natural behavior, and it is painful to be socially rejected, and it really deterred me from just being myself and saying what I want without fear of rejection.

Starting vispanna meditation, reading a book on it, I work out 3-5 days a week and am eating healthier/losing weight. So my life is on the right path I just need to get over this hump to get my social and personal confidence up.
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Simon Buzzfuck - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 12:10:59 EST ID:ntgbOcpq No.514696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
its hard man, walk like you got alight pointing out your chest that blinds the haters and attracts the bugs


Turned old guy down because he was old. by Basil Lightfuck - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 08:32:01 EST ID:9vn86lM+ No.514688 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i was hanging out at this show and this old guy was sitting near me, he was like 50-60, im 28.
Anyway the intermission comes up and i just sit where i am and he goes off and does whatever he does, when the intermission is over some guy comes and asks if old guys seat is taken, i say "uhh uhh... there was a guy sitting there before" and then the old guy comes back and was like "you saved my seat" and we talked and we share a lot in common, and he was really fun to talk to, we watch the show then when its over we start talking abut how good it was and hes like "so you want to grab a beer?" and im like "oh, sorry i gotta go home" and just walk away.

Although i feel shitty, it kind of needed to be done? i have a rule where 8 years younger or older is max, was i wrong in discriminating?

Anyway, just thought i'd /qq/.

pic related he looked about that old
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Phoebe Cuddlestock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:40:53 EST ID:4D3dcOG1 No.514690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>514688
I don't know, he was probably okay with it.
But there is a huge difference between banging a dude and grabbing a beer, as you're probably well aware of.

He might have been a cool dude tho, people with long lives (usually) have many stories!
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Basil Lightfuck - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:50:42 EST ID:9vn86lM+ No.514691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514690

yeah but a guy asking a girl for a "beer" isnt really just a beer. its like how coffee isnt really coffee.

So i felt i couldve gone and drank with him, but then i'd feel super vulnerable being there alone with him, like how long till he starts putting his hand on my thigh?
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Phoebe Cuddlestock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:24:48 EST ID:4D3dcOG1 No.514693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514691
Yeah, well, it IS known for guys to ask girls to hang without wanting to fuck.
But you were there, you talked to him and felt the temperature and everything, you know a lot better than me what he wanted to get out of grabbing a drink.

He coulda been a psycho rapist preparing for a hawaiian dicking, he coulda been a chill dude. I guess we'll never know OP, and that might be the best case in this scenario! I mean, you shouldn't feel bad for NOT wanting a beer at least.
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Matilda Grandforth - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:38:23 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514691
You did what you had to do. He made a move and you shouldn't go projecting this overly handsy creep on to him any more than you're deserving of being called a bitch. But human nature aside you did no wrong. He made a move, you weren't interested and you turned him down. No big deal.

That said an arbitrary rule based on a fixed number rather than relative maturity and attraction is foolish. At your age 8 years is probably going not going to throw a lot of wheat out with the chaff. Now if you felt he was attractive and cool and wonder if you should have turned him down maybe the only person hard done by was you.

But then again maybe if someone goes after someone much younger maybe they are looking for certain things and maybe you're not. Or maybe he just thought you were fun and attractive and had something in common so why not?

Anyway that's a lot of thinking and honestly it's not a big deal so after all that cogitating I stick with no big deal. You know what you thought, and you know honestly what was right and wrong. Don't second guess yourself.
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Basil Hirrymag - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:58:48 EST ID:rwLX+pq3 No.514702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514693
>hawaiian dicking
Hoooooly shit! Does anybody have that Tito copypasta?


How much do you tolerate? by William Chandermare - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 12:50:42 EST ID:xN5RoLcn No.514660 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Some insight; as a dude in his late twenties who has lived most of his life alone, meaning no actual relationship. Many fuck buddies and such but rarely has anyone peaked my interest so that I would actually engage in a more emotional manner. This has resulted in me developing and following a certain standard of behaving when one would approach relationships. Its very utopic, fair and reasonable BUT its not an usual behavior by people which are run by egos and rash emotions which I completely understand.
Now, recently I met a girl and after a short period of great mutual interest in a lot of things decided to give it a go. I'm a very chaotic person and she is as well. Sadly her chaos enters her emotions and mine does not. In the last week and a half she started 3 very odd fights, which I completely don't understand why they exist. I mean, I see why but I cant accept those reasons.
She is probably so involved in me that her emotions and ego have clouded her judgement of freedom and expressions.
3 strikes are kinda my limit and I'm wondering as to why should I continue this journey. I really enjoy time with her BUT..when is it enough? Other than my father and sister my life is completely without fights and such so cutting her out would just put everything back to normal which I desire, but... another chance? another? another? Not sure.

So when do you break? Whats your limit, I'm genuinely curious. Give me some insight in the world of others as to why do you endure such irrational bullshit people give us..
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Ian Greendock - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 13:14:06 EST ID:W+KRkfID No.514663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514660
Well I've been heartless before as well as had to deal with it. Can also go back and forth. There's a sort of depth issue too. You might be consensual about the current and they might not be as irrational as you are oblivious. She might be expecting a behavior denoting a sort of meaning to what's in the present and if you're just enjoying it while she's picturing a progression BUT if you reassess and redefine you and her will magically transform so be sure to carry a mirror and shield. If you stay at it it will be as bad as the difference between your feelings. If fighting is the only way to get any attention.

Perhaps evade the issue entirely by going out and doing something positively distracting. Even then though she'll be expecting some occasional display of affection. I've found that lies come off better than truths anyway. If it feels wrong, do it. Telling a girl you actually love her is painful lol
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William Chandermare - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 13:23:42 EST ID:xN5RoLcn No.514664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>514662
I actually wholeheartedly agree with this. And I'm aware of it as well. She is far more committed to it than I am and that's the problem probably. Its not that Im making some big mistakes but its that she wants to eat a whole hand so to speak while im good with just a finger for now.
In two situations I have already thought ''Ok, im done with her now'' but later on I decide to try again because...hm, I guess I need to push through some shit to realize some stuff about relationships, if I always back out when it gets tough I might never understand certain stuff. To put it plainly and kinda ugly, I need experience. That just sound robotic, damn...

But about the lying part I disagree. I never lie, I simply can't. But I tend to avoid the truth which is kinda what I'm doing right now.
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Phineas Greenway - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 13:51:41 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514661
This mostly this.

Though also consider what people actually want from a relationship. Maybe what you expect is reasonable given the assumption everyone wants the same things you do. What does this girl want? Is there a mutually beneficial compromise? In other words "is she worth it?".
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Cedric Pickgold - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:33:09 EST ID:xN5RoLcn No.514673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I see this as a rhetorical but i'll answer, maybe it helps.
Is she worth it? In the long run, no.
She is a wonderful person no doubt, joyful and amusing but very emotional and desire driven therefor can be mean and spiteful just because her emotions tell her to be.
I see or... I saw a potential in her and I believed I could teach her to be a more complete person which she lacks because of her chaotic mind but maybe that task is out of my reach.
In a way, I'm a dreamer and I pictured many things that are obviously unrealistic. There are no butterflies in my stomach, something that rarely occurs....

I'll continue this charade for a while longer, but I'm at my last straw probably.
Oh well.
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Cyril Fenningson - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:52:18 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.514683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Somewhat do not worry.

Unless you feel trapped


What the fuck to do by Phineas Crivingham - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 01:50:23 EST ID:rq2JgAzW No.510694 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Whats up you guys, I feel pretty pathetic posting this here but 4shit is for high school kids and I have literally no one else to talk to about this.

So there is this girl, Amy. I've been friends with her for years, I fell in love with her a year and a half ago and spent the next year failing over and over at getting with her. Eventually she got fed up with my shit, told me to fuck off, blocked me, I've only seen her a few times since. She said some really fucked up shit to me when she was mad, but I saw her last weekend and we partied and I gave her acid and hung out the next morning and she didn't seem to have any issues with me.

There are simply no words to describe how I feel about this girl. I see her, and just immediately feel better, I feel good when she walks into the room, being around her just makes me happy, its like she is an extension of myself or a connection to a higher plane, and like we can read each others mind, not like some kids finishing each others sentences bs like we talk and communicate on a nonverbal level. And there is no other girl I have met who goes quite as hard as me.

But anyway she still has my number/fb/snapchat blocked. She has a bf, who is terrible for her and she cheats on but she cares about, and shes blamed the cheating on me even though I havent done shit since they were together. So there is nothing I can do until she is ready and willing to speak to me. And I'm really fucking lonely.

Anyway there is this other girl I've been talking to a little, I took her out to a show on Friday and we did acid, I ended up taking her home instead of hooking up, idk why, just didnt feel right on acid. And I really fucking like this girl, she is gorgeous, blonde like Amy but taller and thinner, she is taller than me though. She's smart and kinda weird, which I can relate to so much more, she smokes mad weed, has awesome taste in music, and like I was connecting with her on a real, normal person level. And she just moved here a few months ago and is kinda lonely and confused and, fuck I really like her. And looking at it objectively its literally like after fucking things up with Amy I get to meet someone who is just as beautiful, and smarter, and relates to me better, and is less of a crazy slut.

The problem is she's Amy's roommate. I met her when we were all at a festival together. And, objectively or not, I don't have the same kind of insane psychedelic spiritual-emotional connection to her, its all about feelings and it just feels different. Like I like hanging out with her, because she is a cool person and I enjoy her company but with Amy it's like, just being in her presence makes me feel good. Anyway when I'm being completely honest, there's just no way I could actually choose her over Amy, like, the second she is ready and willing I will be there for her and fuck anyone and everything that is in the way, its not even like it'd be a choice just an irresistable primal force.

So IDK what to do. I almost wish I hadn't met Amy, that she wasn't there and I wasn't overwhelmingly in love with her. And I could just go for it and not worry about stupid bullshit and just enjoy it and let whatever happens happen. But then we would never have met. I want to go for it anyway, so badly, just hit her up and take her out and smoke some weed and make sweet beautiful love and fuck all the consequences. But I care about her and don't want to hurt her and if I end up choosing her roommate over her which I know I would given the chance I'm afraid it would. And its like.....she is currently the only way I have to get in touch with Amy, so even though I care about her part of me feels like I'm just using her to get to Amy, lol, which is absolutely terrible. And I don't want to hurt Amy either but there is nothing I can do at this point.

I don't fucking know. Typing it out didn't really help. I already know I need to be with Amy, I just don't know how to get there or why I have to be so fucking alone in the meantime when she doesn't. I would appreciate your advice, especially if you're a girl, like, if a guy knows it's not gonna work out would you still want him to be with you for awhile, even if he's richer and smarter and better looking than most guys. Obviously this isn't the kind of thing some depressed lonely virgin can relate to. But fucking idk.
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Walter Binnerlork - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 23:16:36 EST ID:b0iVIo9z No.514592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>513904

when a girl half unblocks you that's a sign the universe is willing you together
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Lydia Crigglebanks - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 04:01:20 EST ID:rq2JgAzW No.514625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So what's up guys, Amy guy here.

So we all turned up at the festival, well, she did and I did, her boyfriend didn't.

So the first night, when I first showed up at the festival literally the first person that I saw that I recognized right after walking in was Amy, she was with a couple of our friends. She said hi to me and hugged me and so did our female friend and then the dude came up and said hi. I didn't say much after that, just was trying to hang out with them since I'd just gotten there and was by myself but almost immediately she said something to the guy, and then all 3 of them and the people they were with dipped on me.

I saw them later that night but didn't see them again all weekend. On friday night I wanted to see her and saw her totem but I could feel her hatred radiating out, at that point I knew I had pretty much won. I saw a totem that said "No Quarter," and another with Charlie from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia saying 'wildcard!' like in the episode where he cuts the breaks, and I'm like fuck it, like I'm crazy and Amy is blonde and is a waitress this works. So I went and got a drink and messaged her boyfriend telling him basically everything I've seen her do in front of me. Which is a lot.

Anyway the fucking pussy ass bitch threatened to fight me and then blocked me, and he's an illiterate retard so I don't think he even read my message.

Anyway I also went off on Amy's roommate that night, not the one the OP was about but their other roommate, for unrelated reasons. I made up with her and she offered me drugs. So the other day I was getting back in town and she offered me dabs so I went to her apartment to pick up some dabs. She sold me a couple grams but Amy was there, and while I was there she was like "Oh, so what the fuck are you doing in my apartment," and fucking flipped out on me, man.

I mean, she was like, "Why are you trying to ruin my life?" Like she was kinda flipping out, not even that angry but just barely holding it together, like "what the fuck are you doing messaging my boyfriend a bunch of bullshit?" At first I was like, "I don't even hav…
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Phoebe Nummerwig - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 04:16:34 EST ID:4D3dcOG1 No.514626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514625
Good grief dude, you really aren't rooted in reality.
She fucking hates you dude, you should just leave her alone and seriously stop doing drugs. Start therapy and never try to contact her again.

How the fuck did you think this was going to play out? Fucking her over by ratting her out to her boyfriend was going to magically make her fall in love with you because you had "noble" intentions?

Holy fucking shit dude, you GOTTA be trolling at this point.
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Jarvis Gasslenut - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 19:18:30 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514625
Sup guys, Amy guy here.

I've been collecting my cum in jars. Should I tell her I love her and have collected my love for her to drink? Should I just snort PCP and tell her I'm coming over so she can call the cops in advance? Should I warn my family I'm about to get locked up? I guess I should tell my dealer he's about to lose a customer but then he's been pushing to a crazy guy so like cosmic karma and stuff.

Amy told me she hates me and but I've ignored her because I love her so much I don't believe anything she says. That's love, ignoring her feelings and as a soulmate I know that not communicating is important. It's like that cartoon where that guy's anus is bleeding and he drowns his friends except I'm guys cheering as they drown in blood and the guy whose anus is bleeding but I never notice how fucked up that is and keep saying "yay". Because Amy's anus is bleeding and I'm like "yay I will drown you bitch" and she knows it's love.

Anyway I stole her panties and wore them in the town and accidentally found her by literally rotating between any place she could be. Because we're both druggy burnouts that was easy. I mean unlike me she's not manic so it took a few days but I found her at a dealer. She was like "you stole my fucking underwear and are wearing it, you disgust me when did you last shower?".

Anyway I killed her housemate and fucked the wound. Amy's mad about that. She's like "why did you murder my friend and cum in her neck? I've called the cops, I've bought a gun and if you come by I'll shoot you". So should I bring a knife and disembowel myself on her lawn, let her shoot me or just suicide by cop?
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Hedda Clinnerchat - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 19:21:15 EST ID:khREzLB3 No.514672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Depressed lonely virgin here. Sounds like you need to just move on OP, probably lay off the acid too.


break up by Phoebe Brookman - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:52:57 EST ID:GJr5OAfh No.514655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have met this dude on the internet and I have talked to him everyday for at least a year, but recently he has been asking me to travel to his city so we can live together and even offered money for the plane ticket and all. I really don't want to commit so much and I don't know if I like him a whole lot anymore.

So, the question is: How can I end this relationship without hurting his feelings too much? He is a nice guy and he has been through some fucked up shit, so I want to cause the least possible emotional damage when breaking up.
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Lillian Bebberbodging - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 11:13:03 EST ID:1cNZZK18 No.514657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have 2 main experiences with online relationships.

The first time was an online girlfriend who came over to visit, and who I lost my virginity to. It was awkward and we weren't nearly as close "IRL" as we appeared to be online.

The second time was just a regular friend I'd met online and when he came over we didn't really gel as well together as I thought we would.

Basically both times it was a little underwhelming. So if you're saying that you
>don't know if I like him anymore
then, if my experiences are anything to go off, you're gonna get over there and like him even LESS.

So yeah, fuck moving away, you're gonna just have to tell him and it's going to be awkward and painful, but that's what happens.
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Reuben Branderpine - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 12:35:11 EST ID:Uc73HBYO No.514658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514655
DON'T FUCKIN DO WHAT THESE DUMMIES SAY
LIE YOU STUPID BITCH
Sorry you're not a bitch lol
Delusion is extremely important to a guy. You can't just say I don't like you anymore. And you can't drag this on. If you break his heart you'll just curse another woman with having to deal with him. He'll either be all sad n shit or he'll might actually just like give up on feelings and just be totally emotionless and make another girl feel like total shit.
Not sure what the best lie would be but it should be realistic.
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Angus Blythestock - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 12:35:22 EST ID:RKajAvia No.514659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514655
DON'T FUCKIN DO WHAT THESE DUMMIES SAY
LIE YOU STUPID BITCH
Sorry you're not a bitch lol
Delusion is extremely important to a guy. You can't just say I don't like you anymore. And you can't drag this on. If you break his heart you'll just curse another woman with having to deal with him. He'll either be all sad n shit or he'll might actually just like give up on feelings and just be totally emotionless and make another girl feel like total shit.
Not sure what the best lie would be but it should be realistic.
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Phoebe Brookman - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 15:29:13 EST ID:GJr5OAfh No.514669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm so confused.
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Phineas Greenway - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 16:28:00 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a lesson both of you should have learned. The moment feelings happen meet up. In fact meet up before then but because that's impossible most of the time just arrange as soon as possible. Then this situation is avoided because he'd see you weren't interested.

Just so you learn next time. Most internet relationships fail but this at least gets the catfish and shit out the way. I mean maybe you would have had those feelings if you'd spent a year not just talking to this guy.

I've been "let down gently", catfished and even faced honesty. Honesty is the best. You already broke everything and that was a joint effort where you carried on for about 9 months longer than you needed to without meeting just make sure he heals as quickly as possible. If he realises you lied it'll build resentment. Fuck the delusion, you had feelings but you don't feel strongly enough to visit and if you don't know it's not getting stronger.

I've met a few people I met on line, mostly friends. I found that it takes a little while to click while the person you knew on line and this stranger sort of sync up, which varies depending how much you've done this and how brave you both are and with you. I made a couple of close friends out of people who I talked to on line but was already moving in the same social circles with. Maybe we'd have become great friends anyway, though knowing one of them and how awkward he is. No. And I'd probably be dead as a result. But these are people I had already been in the same room as "Oh yeah I was at that thing too, I'll say hi next time". I met some people from an MMO and that was alright too. Hosted a guild meet up. I think I developed a better than average ability to set my expectations though. Most of the time it's not going to be better. Especially if it's not good already.


Sorry for Vague by Hugh Blackridge - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 06:20:48 EST ID:TQeGA7XC No.514631 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I understand intellectually that I need to take personal responsibility for my actions, because no one is going to fix me life except me

It's just, I feel like all my real mistakes were made because I trusted a lifetime of bad advice given to me by people who weren't even aware they were lying. I spent to long focused on the wrong things, and I let amazing things slip through my fingers. Now nothing has meaning.

I just with there were some authority I could seek for an apology but nothing will ever satisfy that urge.

thank you for reading.
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Edwin Moshbidging - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 09:21:55 EST ID:yUhAjzvV No.514635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514631
Well considering the modern zeitgeist of everyone being a winner, you can be anything you want to be, and not being allowed to fail in general, I feel a lot of people can probably relate. Then again, I'm sure that's just the bad advice/messages parroted to our specific generation. I'm sure all of them so far have had shit advice they grew up hearing that they found out later was untrue or led them astray.

I can't say that I don't empathize with you, considering I feel much the same way (at least with the bad advice that they all genuinely believed in but turned out to be shit), but I don't personally think the advice itself is what landed me where I'm at now. Maybe I'm deluding myself, but I genuinely believe everyone has to wade through that horseshit advice and life sayings and figure out what they're supposed to be doing on their own after hitting a low point. That is unless they're incredibly lucky because they're super rich or something.

Once all the old meaning that things had for you gets stripped away by finally realizing the reality you find yourself in, you have to start making up the meaning from scratch based on your updated world view. That being said, this isn't as bad of a thing as it might seem right now. This was bound to happen at some point in your life, at least it happened for you while you were still relatively young, you know? I found myself at that point about 5 years ago and grew despondent for a while. Now though, things are finally fucking getting back on track, and although things will never be the same as they used to (everything having new meaning basically), there's nothing wrong with how things are now. When are things ever the same as they used to be? It might suck ass for a while, but you'll be better for it in the long run.
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Jarvis Gasslenut - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 13:59:50 EST ID:j5fiPK2O No.514643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514631
Taking personal responsibility for your actions means the present and future. The past is done. You're in this situation and now you have to make the best of it. We are all dealt different hands in life all we can do is make the most of them. And really the past is as set in stone and unchangeable as the things before you were born. You're holding this hand at this moment. You can play it and that is all.

Closure or that feeling of things being made right is something you can only give yourself.

A lot of us have been let down or given less than perfect opportunities or taught lies or whatever. It doesn't change that you have your opportunities, strengths, weaknesses and limits and you have to do the best you can.

That is my experience of life.
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Angus Crublingshit - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 03:39:37 EST ID:ntgbOcpq No.514654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i feel you op, i feel you hard.

I blame doctors mostly, but i get you even if thats not what you mean


A dark observation on existence, read with caution. by Doris Clemmleman - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 22:44:16 EST ID:e6XzKOTi No.514356 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Greetings, I'm perhaps posting this to the wrong board, maybe pss is better. Although it is grating me like I've noticed most.

I'd like to start by proposing a typical human's life in a short yellow texted story. Human can be Bill.

>Bill is born.
>He is effectively unconscious until maybe the age of starting kindergarten or 1st grade. Unconscious in that he doesn't fully remember or have sentience of any level.
>He "grinds" at school until around puberty at which point his adult sentience begins to just start to develop. His nads start to fiend for pussy as well. At this point Bill is just starting to become something more than a use of money and a parrot of his parents sentiments that are freely aired amongst him.
>Bill exists for 18 years until he is freed of typical schooling. The details are irrelevant.
>Bill is faced with working immediately out of school or extending his life of having his hand held by going to college denying "real-world" responsibilities for another ~4 years and using his parents money.
>College is irrelevant in this story, it is just an extension of school, we are assuming Bill works after his schooling. Be it at 18 or 22 or whatever number.
>Bill now faces 30-40 years of working at a minimum before he is allowed to "retire."
>Faced with this daunting proposal, Bill faces a 1/4 life crisis. Be it apparent or not.
>Bill quickly pairs off to stem the fate of working for a world of nothing. After marriage, of course children are born to soak up the 20 years from the mid 20's to mid 40's. Grandchildren soak up from 40's to 60's.
>Convenient placing and structure in civilization soaks up what many have termed the "deafening silence" of life.
>Bill ends up nearing death at about 70 years of age with nothing in life but a wife and children and a perpetuation of the cycle. In death, or the precipitation of death, Bill has divested all his monetary gain in his children and/or own healthcare.
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Augustus Bardwell - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 07:18:20 EST ID:zyllnRsw No.514608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514607
what do we do now, friend?
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Rebecca Follywater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:46:44 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.514649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bill is a subject contemplating merits that are now in crisis.

Bill could use his existential crisis to his advantage to feel "billness" better and contribute to society how "bill wants to"

By seeing that if he has doubted one steadfast motivating purpose in his life that has binded him to love, that has been put in crisis by the world but his world kept going.

That he could doubt another he may feel under duress without experiencing more crisis.

Bill could see that while society communicates the pain of labor and work. That often the evocation of such discontent that bills expressive open heart might bleed for is feeding into the wrong part of such a disproportionate equasion.

Bill's obligations are in "weigh-al" here we see a pro and a con. Bill has already in the negative, bill feels conned. It's fine for bill as a subject of will to percieve his own existences in the negative as cons. Or articfices that exist as stakes or constructs in reality.

Thus pros.

Bill does not feed society a promise that chains or in debts the.
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Rebecca Follywater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:58:35 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.514650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514649
When we are young people often say to bill's ethics "NO!"

But bill often says things like "COUNT EM" to ideas where others say don't count your chickens until they hatch.

Bill is often making predictions out of heuristics that you know to be flawed. And you see bill emphasize and position himself in riskiness to capture a goal.

Bill seems to exist in an effusive space, that helps deal with meaning that has been unfinished for a long time, and seems unforgiven in irrational intuitive ways but understood in rational ones.

At times in life when you feel like you are not only being tested in some sort of kobayashi muru but in feelings and matters that deserve distance even in true absurdism. The Bill is when you somehow understand how to go through tests for those things.

Feelings come back to association, traumas are waded through they surface back in the concious mind and take part in activities as they once did.

Bill is kind of like a guy who sees rehabilation without the neccessary apocalypse it always seems to threaten.
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Rebecca Follywater - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:12:56 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.514651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>514650
Bill exists in objects of complettion.

When you see someone fix a table that has been off balance for years by putting a cloth under it that is bill.

Bill is the track you didn't take in highschool, that you are just understanding know.

Bill is like understanding the relation between altered beast and golden axe in your twenties.

He's the realization of the ability to know for free learn seven languages privately, he's the intermediate who helps you realize through the half hammed utterance of the word "excitation" your already apphrending subtext in art, and gives you the liminal concept or playground to make sense of it, or the ancillary night light to keep you secure when the exploration of our perception seems to question reality.

In the shared of experience of that turmoil, bill would utter "life is but a dream" to remind you of children's songs and stories perennial expression of this sentiment and there role in helping us understand our echoing into reality in divergent paths through the way we sing row row row your boat as if to say we are entering reality always already.

Bill might get excited and point out that the stream we go gently down is a stream of conciousness. But then again bill might also be the guy who yells pipe down in a really quiet room.
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Isabella Worringson - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 00:52:22 EST ID:Hc3V+acB No.514653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just when I thought qq had gone to shit I SEE this post. I see this post.


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