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Should I apply for disability? by Emma Smallstone - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 05:44:24 EST ID:wJavO91C No.524971 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really don't want to be applying for disability. I just don't know what the fuck to do and I have no fucking income, I can't live like this.

I wanted to resume my life so badly :( but I can't fucking do it, because my brain is all fucked up and I need to unfuck it. I didn't want to have to put my life on hold to put myself back together, and it's killing me that I have to fucking put my career and life on hold while I fix things.

>diagnosed with PTSD and panic disorder
>originally it was just PTSD but after some retraumatization and betrayal my panic issues exploded and I developed panic disorder
>multiple panic attacks per day
>on drugs to help with those panic attacks, have emergency use valium, still have multiple panic attacks per day
>have less intense panic attacks thanks to the drugs, but they are still debilitating and I can't do anything but try to hold my shit together during them
>have limited symptom attacks going on a whole lot, some days practically perpetually
>in EMDR therapy for the PTSD, also treating the panic disorder with them, since it all stems from the trauma anyway
>have a lot of dissociative symptoms because of the PTSD
>derealization and depersonalization happen just about every time I leave the house or go in public
>it also happens when I interact with people or during times of fairly marginal stress relatively speaking
>dissociate while driving
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Doris Gisslespear - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 06:05:30 EST ID:tiBuSQx/ No.524972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Well, people may view you however they're going to, but you need to have a source of income and it sounds like you're severely disabled. You don't have to tell people and anyone with a heart and a brain will know that being very mentally ill is difficult and needing help is not something you should have to feel guilty about.

For purposes of applying, my advice is:
>check out or buy the latest Nolo Press Guide to Social Security Disability and read it thoroughly
>apply ASAP with the SSA, for SSI and SSDI if applicable. If you get SSI you will get backpay dating back to your application date, so it is to your benefit to get it in NOW. For SSI you can do applications by phone or in-office. I recommend by phone if your anxiety issues are too severe to stare someone down. For SSDI you can also do it online during the day.
>ask on the disability subcirclejerk for help--they have people there who work for the SSA and provide good advice
>ask the person in charge of your case for an Activities of Daily Living/ADL form and have a friend who knows the extent or your disability fill it out to corroborate what you're saying. Stay in touch with your mental health professional and make sure they really know what's going on for you as well. If they're not a PhD (clinical psychologist) or MD (psychiatrist) you may want to start seeing one or the SSA might assign you one themselves for a checkup. It'd be better to have your own. If you're seeing some other type of therapist--LCSW, MFT, etc, then ask for an ADL form for them too and have them write a letter.
>it is faster to get your own medical records and send them in yourself, rather than have the SSA request them.

Most of my advice will be echoed in the Nolo Press book.

I have a couple physical health conditions in addition to PTSD/CPTSD, with many of the same problems you're describing. It's hard, dude. I'm glad you're doing EMDR--it took my flashbacking down from every day to every week or other week. I guess my advice for that is:
>do Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well, even just from a workbook
>cut as many fucked-up people out of your life as you can. my life got far better when I stopped talking to my mom
>do art, writing, or dance
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Emma Smallstone - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 06:28:26 EST ID:wJavO91C No.524973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524972
>CPTSD
Uggggg my doc says mine is CPTSD. I just like to leave off the complex part when talking about it usually >.< it was hard enough getting myself to just accept the PTSD was for real and really wasn't going to just go away.

I have years worth of traumas to process and right now even scratching the surface on any of it, brings up the absolute worst shit :(

Ugh thank you for the advice. I'm definitely going to look into all that. I'm really sorry you have had to go through similar things >.< I almost want to cry like, thinking of someone else having been through some shit and giving me that advice. You make me feel less alone.

>do art, writing, or dance
I just joined a band and start hanging out and playing with them tomorrow. Really my only sticking-my-neck-out-there in forever. It's with someone from my trauma sensitive yoga group and people they know.
>find some kind of support group, even just a regular online chat. whatever format works
Now that trauma sensitive yoga has ended for me, I am trying to see if my psych can help me out and set me up with other stuff to replace it, preferably some talk support group of some kind. It was pretty helpful to have that support going on, and I exchanged numbers with a few of the people there. Hopefully that develops into at least some kind of fucking IRL support because right now I have so damn little.

>stay in touch with your mental health professional and make sure they really know what's going on for you as well. If they're not a PhD (clinical psychologist) or MD (psychiatrist) you may want to start seeing one or the SSA might assign you one themselves for a checkup
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I'm my best friend's only friend and he's a really lonely person by Fanny Decklenane - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 18:04:06 EST ID:QXthFHF4 No.524961 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need some ideas on what to pitch to my best friend to get him some more friends and/or a girlfriend, cuz my advice to him doesn't seem to be getting through to him.

My buddy is a wonderfully generous guy, resourceful, loyal, funny, and has gotten me out of a few pickles in our 16 years of knowing each other.

Still, he's still so lonely. I'm literally his only flesh-and-blood friend... well, I guess my other friends are his friends too, but they don't go out of the way to hang with him or talk to him outside of hanging with me. He only has about 3 internet friends. He's been married once, but it was only for a few months and it was 5 years ago. Literally the only woman he's ever gone out with, much less been intimate with (she was his first date and first kiss when he was 25, hasn't gotten anything since).

I mean, like all of us, he has his faults. God knows I'm far from perfect and there's shit about me that's off-putting to a lot of people. Still, he's prone to dominating discussions/interactions with people with long monologues that can kill initially interesting discussions. Women find him patronizing and off-putting. He can go on for up to 30 minutes without you being able to get a word in. He's prone to weird conspiracy theories and pseudoscience. Unless I invite him out to an event, he just plays video games in his downtime.

He's sought professional help, he's seeing a CBT therapist and is on prescription meds for depression and anxiety, so that base is covered, but after a year I haven't seen really any improvement except some edge off his temper.

I've tried getting him out of the house, and he always takes me up on offers to come with me to places but never takes the initiative himself. I've advised him to try to tone down the monologues and conspiracy theory stuff, but he usually takes it personally and turns it around on me, saying "Well you tend to ramble on too, and you have some weird beliefs yourself!" which.... I can't really argue with, but I still have a ton of friends and can get dates. I've tried him to get on dating sites but he scoffs them off.

I'm moving away in a month and a half,…
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Frederick Ballerstone - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 19:02:30 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.524963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
honestly this might sound homo af but on the real you should write him a letter. he will have a better chance of hearing what you are saying if he doesnt have the biological defense mechanisms springing up in person when you address his flaws
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Basil Nickledale - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 21:26:02 EST ID:ehhnNOgT No.524964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524961
It's not up to you to live your friend's life for him. It's pretty insulting that you think you know what's best for him and want to try and make him conform to your standards. Just let the guy be.


FRUSTRATING by Clara Chemblefoot - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 02:55:36 EST ID:ZHxB44Gj No.524798 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Hate being around people
>So lonely I just want to die
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Ian Dribberforth - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 03:15:07 EST ID:80MOHESK No.524799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh man I miss that. Well I wasn't that lonely. But I mean I miss not having to spend so much time around other people.

But yeah you hate being around other people because of anxiety and being different and stuff. Sure. Not everyone is equal though and your people are out there if you weren't hiding so damn much.

In other words, just do it. You can find some people that will like the real you.
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Nathaniel Pickham - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 03:43:56 EST ID:muVad1t7 No.524817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>524799

True with this.
The trick is patience, lots of patience, and empathy. We're all fighting our own battles as the saying goes.
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Walter Cidgewell - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 07:11:07 EST ID:eDR86eGS No.524956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524798
Get out there. You got socially awkward by not being exposed to human interaction so you will have to force yourself into them in order to realize that they are not rearly as scary as you make them to be,
I get anxious just stepping out the door and I really want to die most days of the week right now..but I know it's my own fault I am in this position and I don't want to give up because I am not willing to get myself out of it again..

Get some help if you can't do it on your own, the whole "I can do this all on my own" has cost me the last 8 years of my life just wasting away in front of the computer and being high because I wanted to be distracted from my shitty life. Which is just shitty because I stopped putting a foot infront of the other a few years ago, not because I'm dumb r bad, but because I didn't know feelings are okay and part of who we are.
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Hugh Hennerwore - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 18:35:08 EST ID:Se6fxj5n No.524962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524798
Most people suck. you're smart enough to realize that. Act like a gentle and grateful god.


Running away by George Nerringsin - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 16:28:08 EST ID:gbSAnyWt No.524860 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>26
>live on my own
>no bitches, shitty area
>nearly $20,000 in school debt, no degree
>$3000 credit card debt, I owe nothing on my car
>making $20 an hour, paying $740 a month for my apartment

This is such bullshit. I have no reason to live. I could start saving for a house but there’s so much debt already. I am fucking sick of working constantly, always being broke, never getting laid, and being nagged on by my family constantly every day.

What are the consequences if I sell all my video games, toss all my furniture, delete all my social media, stop showing up for work, get in my car and head to California and start living on the beach and producing dubstep music?
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Name - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 21:16:20 EST ID:xQjxrRKm No.524872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524860
>get in my car and head to California and start living on the beach and producing dubstep music?
more debt
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Betsy Guzzlebutch - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 21:17:40 EST ID:OWx1ClP7 No.524873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524872
What if I went to a legal state and worked on a weed farm instead? Not Cali, too expensive.
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Ernest Blimmlebitch - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:14:43 EST ID:+oeogUOi No.524896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some advice:

Ignore credit card debt. good Credit scores are useful, but not essential.
defer student debt

Then yeah, move. Moving is great. It fixes nothing, but feels pretty good.

>stop showing up for work
Nah. It's way better to give 2 weeks notice. $20/hr is pretty fucking good IMO, and having a good reference will help when you move.
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Simon Fillybanks - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:19:16 EST ID:dsn+wF/X No.524897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524860
I just did the maths, you have less debt, more income and few expenses than me and I'm saving hard and I still have time and money to do stuff I like. About that credit card. If it's not going down rapidly ALREADY then the last thing you want to do is take a financial risk because you're really bad with money.

Save and pay off the credit card debt, don't become a hermit, but look at your outgoings and see where you can save money. Cook your own dinner and lunch, drink less. Don't spend $500/month on pot.

Find a room mate. You're not in a hurry so don't risk a shit one but find a decent one. Make sure you get a deposit if they're even 0.1% sketchy. At this point if you still have a credit card debt, finish it off in 2 or 3 months. Your school debt is manageable but you can take a couple of chunks out of it and then just make sure you're shrinking it by more than interest monthly and start saving. Build up a few thousand and while you do actually investigate these other states. Look at the job and housing markets, investigate the social lives. Evaluate potential towns one at a time. When you've found a good one and you have a few thousand save THEN consider going. If you haven't found a way to enjoy your life where you are THEN its time to look at a move.

Move there, resume your life, split your spare money between this debt and saving going forward, buy a house, or just have enough savings you aren't in debt in future. Debt means less money to spend overall. There's always a risk you won't live to use your savings or whatever but having a few thousand cushion is a nice feelings. Pay your debts and don't keep racking up new ones. If you don't want a house or to invest then once you've got a few months saved up then put that aside and use your spare money for holidays in cool places, music festivals, whatever. You'll be in your 30s by then sure but you'll be working for a few months thinking "oh I've got 3000 saved up" and using that to something cool instead of getting back and thinking "shit I have to eat noodles, that's $50 a month less for the rest of my life" you'll know yo…
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Phyllis Clonkinman - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 12:13:24 EST ID:ehhnNOgT No.524942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You have a job and your own place, so why no bitches? Sounds to me like you just need to get laid and your life would be fine.


Self-Injurious Behaviour by Jarvis Hobberbury - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 03:51:55 EST ID:kPK7t16O No.524847 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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TL;DR: How do I refrain from self-injury when it feels like the only thing that works?
Also, don't you love people who write TL;DR at the start of the damn thing?

Anyway,
I think I'm going down a really slippery slope lately. I have been in a very dysfunctional relationship for approx. 2 years now which has developed into a pattern of
>smouldering 'upset' phase
>me confronting partner about upset, or not
>bickering, insults
>I grow impatient, try to get space
>get physically attacked when walking away

At this point I'll either threaten to call the police or stay in the insanity (I mean that, it's very cyclical and chaotic). Something, probably pride, compels me to stick to my own defensive position but the shrill banshee's voice eventually tears me down and I start to bash my head into objects, punch my face, jaw, throw myself into things, etc. The ruthless harpy decides she has a heart at this point and stops. I think it's become an unconsciously-learned routine partially because of this.

I'm finding too much release in the action of self-harm. I begin to feel that cutting is also effective for relief of intense internal stress. I don't want to kill myself, I just can feel the pressure of violence building in my mind and somehow the act of self-harm brings it into my body.

You're maybe gonna tell me that I need to end the relationship, I don't blame you, but we have a child and I sincerely want this to work. I recognise many ways in which the incidents could be managed, but I'd really just like the feral beast to stop getting pissy over every thing.
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Martin Hondletedging - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 18:29:37 EST ID:2cRqUGEL No.524910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524868
Call your partner over the phone and try to talk to her. I suggest the phone because it's easier to take yourself out of the heat of the moment. This will easily cause an argument, but you can take the phone away from your ear, let her rant until she's ran out of steam, and you can keep a bit calmer than if she's screaming at your face. It's very easy to get reactionary when it's happening in front of you, but a phone has that physical barrier where you know she can't harm you, you know you can just stick it on mute or hang up at any moment when she does go off on one, and you can distance yourself easier.

Ask her if she wants this to work. Ask her if she cares about her child and if she cares about your relationship. Try to stay calm and measured and to not raise your voice (I understand this will be very difficult). This kind of shit isn't going to go away overnight, honestly I've been in a relationship like this and in my experience it won't go away at all. If you're already at the point of genuine fear at any kind of provocation then it's probably too late.

My personal experience, I didn't have a kid, but we lived in the same place. At the time we were shouting and screaming every few nights, mainly started by her. I had no money to move out on, I was scraping by rent and in the later months had to pull tonnes more hours to support not only her when she lost her job, but another housemate who was a lazy fuck because I'd rather have not been evicted. The pressure, the hours, everything put a toll on me and eventually it got to the point that I would walk in that door at 2am or later and even if work wasn't bad that day, my heart would drop and I'd be overcome with this immense feel of dread before anything had even happened. When I was home and had a day off I wouldn't do anything. I would lie in bed, say nothing, do nothing, never go anywhere because anything would cause a reaction. Eventually of course doing nothing caused a reaction.
It's not worth it. Nothing is worth putting yourself through all this shit. You can try talking, you can suggest everything you want, but if she is going to change it's going to be …
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Ebenezer Dorryridge - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:18:43 EST ID:V+j14Mn/ No.524920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Taking a completely different tact from the other posters, I'd say you've completely failed the shit test. Women in general do not like weak acting guys, and many (not all) crave some level of dominance. If you are backing down and harming yourself it shows you're likely not a good protector/provider for their children. Bringing in a 3rd party signals that you can't handle your own household. If you cannot literally man-up there is no way the relationship will work out. Cut out the zen nonsense, stop relying on others (police/therapists), get fit if you're not, absolutely never let her bullshit go unchecked, be controlled in your responses like you are dealing with a child. Alternatively the relationship is not for you and it's best to bail out early before doing anymore harm to your kid.
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Nigel Wavingwill - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 13:17:19 EST ID:3T1iE2gZ No.524930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude you fucking deserve all of this.

You're that jackass in a hole who thinka he can get out by digging deeper.

People have been dealing with what your dealing with for fucking ever and you dont know what to do so you ask 420chan?

If you really care about your kid, Give it to CPS.
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James Condledock - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 13:20:30 EST ID:zOjSnTUt No.524931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or try what this guy says
>>524920

And start beating your wife. Works the Arabs...
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Samuel Mibbleforth - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 16:51:48 EST ID:kPK7t16O No.524937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>524920
Man, I know I'm not doing great in this but I'm sure as shit I haven't regressed into doing anything like what you're suggesting. Sorry, but you don't know who you're talking about when you say things like "Never let her bullshit go unchecked". That's just sloppy machismo and I'm sorry if you feel your input isn't appreciated, it's just not a good solution. I hear what you're saying with being stronger in my own resolve but anything remotely combative/stern with her is gasoline on the fire. She has stopped a lot of her attacks following police involvement; my country's police are actually quite good with these issues and she understands why I do it; she's trying to bait me into violence with her and this is a much better solution. She's also been doing really well in therapy and realising that she's come from a very fucked up childhood of domestic violence between her parents while she cared for her siblings. I respect her pain a lot more for this and it helps me remain calm.

>>524910
You're pretty much the opposite of this other guy, and experienced in the matter too.
I might try this more often. The hard part is getting the space; she has major abandonment anxiety and me putting space between us during fights makes her really lose it and get punchy.

>In summation
The more I can keep mindful about the situation, the better I can calm it down or make effective actions. I gain nothing by retaliating with pushing against her aggression but deflecting it gradually works so long as I can patiently filter out her filthy language. I think it's painful to see how many reasons there are to leave, how typically stubborn I am about change, but I believe I've not mentioned all the good things too. I guess I'll keep working on my mentality and keeping myself present.


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I put a plastic bag over my head when i got into bed last night, I reckoned I was going to pass out shortly after from the alcohol, sleep deprivation or oxygen deprivation but then after a while things got too real when my head started spinning and my vision was blotchy.

How do i deal with my self loathing and furious anger?
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Fuck Brarringcocke - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 12:52:12 EST ID:MVY3P0AB No.524541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sufficating or strangling yourself is hard IMO when your brain starts to get low on Oxygen/high on CO2 you panic. You have to have the willpower of a monk to not tear the bag or climb the noose or w/e.

I tell myself that life isnt very long anyway and try to live day by day and thats how I cope.
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Martin Munningfield - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 02:52:06 EST ID:ni3nhU08 No.524595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524535
just hang in there, think more about why your suffering, I think the creator of the universe still loves you
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Wesley Habbleman - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 13:55:13 EST ID:Lha4bvTw No.524664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524595
There is none, and the Earth loves nothing save the shit you'll be after the worms eat out your brain.
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Nigel Dribblehotch - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 18:18:31 EST ID:own94kw1 No.524864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was just wondering why I haven't killed myself yet besides fear of pain and starting over in the circle of life as a baby or something. I had the thought that I only get this timeline once that I know of, and therefore I should go hard as fuck in whatever direction I want before I try to get out. and the ways I cope in day to day life are just smoking weed and drinking pretty much.
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James Millerken - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 09:57:14 EST ID:cjR4f5iL No.524928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>524535

Make something beautiful out of it. As cliché as it sounds, create.

You've got to treat yourself as simple as you'd treat a dog, sometimes. Eat right, regular walks, bit of praising when you've peed's and shat in the right place. If you end up feeling self-loathing and angry, getting desperate at yourself for feeling that way will just layer it up. The only way to relieve that kind of tension (if you're not going to do anything about it) is to seriously sit and consider killing yourself and then either doing it or cowering away from it as you did. As sophisticated as we all like to think we are, we're very good at getting distracted. If you spend too much time indoors plugged in, spend an equal amount of time outside unplugged and getting a better sense of the slow pace the natural world works at. Find a distraction that makes you feel fulfilled. It can be as cheap as a piece of paper and a pencil or as complex as building a piece of electrical equipment up from the breadboard.

Learning how to program electronic music was my escape. You take a small, thumbnail size interest in something that makes you go "Hmm, I wonder..." and start plugging away at it. It immediately becomes your go-to to blow off steam when you're feeling like that.

That might help with the impulse at least. It does nothing for the root problem. If you feel like it's pure despair, it might be a chemical imbalance and you can get pills for that. "If you can't make your own neurotransmitters...blah blah blah". If you've come to a sudden and massive realisation that you might actually be a cunt and the people around you would hurt less if you weren't about, then there is never a bad time to change into the person you want to become AND THE BASTARDS WILL LOVE YOU FOR IT.

Either way, I hears ya. Love, brother.


This is a visual series band. by maind18k - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 13:25:29 EST ID:FSbkBFOY No.524806 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoU_6HbnWk4

I want to get better. Please let us know if you have any improvement points.
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Henry Goodridge - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 14:04:42 EST ID:YKf00BKo No.524807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pretty gay
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Henry Sunnershaw - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 18:20:23 EST ID:XmnG6fL5 No.524811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524806
Hey that's pretty cool! Better than anything I've made, just keep practicing and you'll get better.
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maind18k - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 06:35:42 EST ID:FSbkBFOY No.524850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524811
Thank you. How about rhythm?
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Jack Punnerdock - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:17:17 EST ID:XPFM4j76 No.524919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524850
No taste


lol guess what this thread is about by Basil Gillywutch - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:42:13 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.524898 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm dating women. The problem is I can't find girls who are:

>attractive
>intelligent
>responsible
>mentally/emotionally stable

it is always 1 of these which are missing. What shall I do? I cannot turn down the attractives but then I must endure crazy and/or stupid.
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Barnaby Nuvingpore - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:57:25 EST ID:pp0dbESC No.524900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>524898
i dunno
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Basil Gillywutch - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 15:50:03 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.524903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>524900

Are you telling me I have to look beyond this Earth to find the mate of my dreams?
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Samuel Badgetotch - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 20:15:16 EST ID:jhxT8BUJ No.524912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>how do i find perfection?

oh you poor naive bastard...
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George Pocklock - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 23:38:05 EST ID:8IDyHeIa No.524917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's not how it works.

If you want a relationship then you really shouldn't be focusing on her objective qualities and instead look at her compatibility with yourself. You could meet an intelligent beautiful stable and responsible woman that clashes with every facet of your being. Most likely this woman won't be attracted to you, based on this thread alone. But maybe she's patient and forgiving.
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Clara Gemmlehetch - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:07:28 EST ID:5TlmZC10 No.524932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well, to be fair, OP, they have to deal with your quite apparent narcissism so I would say manage your expectations. nb


Who wants to be a hero? by General tendon slash - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 20:55:21 EST ID:DjoU9fYp No.524836 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A few days after his graduation, 18 year old Bryce Finn opend his front door to a frantic knocking, and when he opened it, he caught 3 bullets to the chest in his own living room.
That ain't right man, even if it's gangshit, they're not supposed to hit you at your house. Now his mom is hunting the killer. I live in a shitty, heroin filled area that's teaming with gangs. I already got this shit half solved, and I'm just poor and stupid enough to pull it off. I'm thinking I throw on a mask, kneecap this little niglit shooter, zip tie him and wait for the proper authorities, become a little bit richer. There's no down side. Except of course it's probably gonna be really dangerous. But anyway, I'm bored, dumb, and poor. People on the street tell me things, but I fear for my family's safety. Should I hunt this fucking human trash down like the dog he is, or what?
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Priscilla Drittingdock - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 07:00:38 EST ID:4f2yXR4U No.524892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like psychosis to me, but what do I know
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Eugene Hurrywad - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 11:45:21 EST ID:hnNzK0jZ No.524895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you seem to forget that your boy got hit at his house. Whats to stop them from fucking with your family if you go and snitch? IDGAF what you say getting him arrested is fucking snitching and if you have done time and been in a prison gang then it shouldnt even be something to argue about it being snitching or not.good luck hitting the yard with motherfuckers talking about the time you snitched because some fucked up shit happened.CWB wouldnt take you back because recruiting a drop out who snitched isnt a good look.
nb
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Walter Cashfut - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:52:45 EST ID:BgYDrKs0 No.524899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524887
god you're a fucking cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
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Ernest Cloffingdock - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 15:11:43 EST ID:Lha4bvTw No.524901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524895
>>524899
lol i'm on the STREETS XDDD
Why do you faggots even breathe oxygen, seriously? Go take your street smarts and shove them straight up your ass where they belong.
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Eugene Hurrywad - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 17:33:16 EST ID:hnNzK0jZ No.524907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524901
lol
nb


Irrational hatred towards certain strangers by Martha Denderstidge - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 08:04:23 EST ID:p4WYbF48 No.524852 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's this guy sitting across my house in a bus stop and the more I look at him, the more I want to take this axe and hack him into pieces a bit.
But he's done nothing to me. I've only seen him once before, when he was with his other shitbag friends.
This guy is a complete stranger to me, yet I can't stop myself from hating him and wanting him dead.

I'm not a psycho or crazy. I've only ever had murderous feelings towards people that have wronged or bullied me.
Is it because this guy looks like he could be a bully? He's a complete slob and out of shape (but could be strong), and he walks around as if he owns the place. When I saw him yesterday with his lowlife friends, he looked like he was atleast the alpha of the group.

Are these feelings justified? Is it normal to feel this in 2018?
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Esther Deshdot - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 08:23:31 EST ID:USUZpST+ No.524854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's irrational and not justified but occasional invasive violent thoughts aren't all that unusual. Just disregard them and move on with your life.
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Ian Billinghood - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 20:48:58 EST ID:kPK7t16O No.524869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So what if you're right, does that mean you should brew and fester hatred inside? No, it's not justified even if affirmative. Unfortunately it feels this is more common in today's highly polarized outrage culture. Do you have experiences that would make you resent these presumptions about said person? Were you bullied/witness to abuse?

I love you, OP. Put down the axe.
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Beatrice Blackfield - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 09:34:48 EST ID:Gk6Czy/G No.524893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524852

He wouldn't happen to be a skeleton in disguise, would he? Because then you would be OBLIGATED to take care of him, if ya gnomesaiyan.

I mean, if he's a skeleton, you gotta take him out before he rapes you.
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James Gappershit - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 10:50:51 EST ID:qzACmuSR No.524894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524893
I'm sick and tired of this blatant skeletophobia. I may have bony, yellowish, hard goodness inside my skinsuit, but I haven't raped anyone yet.
I'm thinking of starting a white lives matter for my skeleton brothers.
... Btw at what time do you guys are usually sleeping ? Asking for no reason, curiosity and all that haha

And op, I don't see anything strange. I often have random violent urges against people I don't even know, not that being a skeleton has anything to do with that. For real though, I'm too weak and depressed to ever act on it anyway. But yeah. This is pretty normal and unless you have big mental problems, you shouldn't find it difficult to not act on it.


did You get addequeate attention or consderation from your parents? by Ian Tillingworth - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 03:48:15 EST ID:MV6+h/Ot No.524704 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It was one of those rough days you have at highschool.
I finished all my homework during class or during studyhall;
So I Played CoD5 World at War for a few hours. By Myself.
I could never muster up the courage to ask the other band kids for their gamertags. they were all playing Red Dead Redeption or seomthing. I couldn't afford it.
I liked playing along. I ran track with these guys and some of them talked about a "mystical zone" where after enough exhaustion you could relax and breath easy while still going fast. "Tunnel vission" one would say. I know what they were talking about because I was on track to be one of them. But I did the musical instead. that one week dropped me out of the top. For every race I pushed beyond 100% the whole time. It hurt the whole time. My best time was18:18 for a 3k.
But this doesn't havent haveto do with CoD. I guess my mother was ignoring me, or rather I was ignoring her as usual, but I really needed her at this moment, after today. She didn't come. I burned my own hand. With ice. nd Salt. I'd read about it on the internet. It hurt, I Didn't stop. I kept going. until it was permemant. It is permenant. Even as I wailed she never opened the basement door. She asked me what I had wanted the next day. I told her it was too late.
I loved losing myself in multiplayer, so many classes and tactics communicating effortlessly, like a single organism. And I was the best. I'd lose myself for hours poppping headshots without mercy.
I suffered all through my high school drummer career beacues ofthis hand. I cant open or closeit as fast., knocked over a few full glasses.Nowadays I tell tell self that my body is a right-handed particle and that I'll never get ambidexterousism. When did you realize you were crazy?
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Jarvis Fingerwan - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 11:21:39 EST ID:BgYDrKs0 No.524714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yo dawg that pic is crazy
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Matilda Trotham - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 00:21:36 EST ID:wJavO91C No.524827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524714
You've never seen it before? It's pretty old.
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Lydia Lightspear - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 16:02:44 EST ID:BgYDrKs0 No.524831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524827
i think you're pretty old
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Shit Brangerwater - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 01:29:11 EST ID:l/Ng8dV4 No.524885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>524831
Your mom


Lungs or something other? by Oliver Pillerlidging - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 22:49:45 EST ID:qFIgc4PU No.524876 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last week I brushed my teeth after waking up like usual, and I coughed up around a cup of blood. I think I either quickly washed it away in fear or it went down the drain on it's own. I've been a smoker of tobacco and weed for about 8 years. Quit cigs by switching to the Juul vape over a month ago. Only smoking tree now, too. Any idea what happened to me? Going to the docs soon
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Angus Sondlehood - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 00:05:42 EST ID:tDGzHSwn No.524879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You definitely have stage 4 lung cancer.
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Ernest Cloffingdock - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 15:21:45 EST ID:Lha4bvTw No.524902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Probably acute bronchitis, but it'll be impossible to tell without a biopsy. You should quit smoking weed too. Any combustion product is going to fuck up your lungs ESPECIALLY if you have bronchitis, seriously, do not fuck with your tissues when they're already damaged. That's how lung cancer starts.


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