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Autistic First Time by Jenny Pannerwater - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 00:38:17 EST ID:dqvsb3Wv No.518978 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Be me, 21, no real or close friends but trying to sort things out. Things seemed to be significantly improving.
>Meet girl, let's call her Jill.
>Similar interests, we hang out a few times.
>She has just become legal. Father died when she was very young. Kind of neurotic, but I decide she's alright.
>She wants a relationship, but I suddenly see the crazy, needy side of her after we've fucked 3 times.
>I tell her I don't want a relationship, she thinks I used her, I try to remain friends because I can't stand to make people feel bad.
>Maybe I read too much of the shit pill, but the idea of a false rape accusation seriously scares me.

Jill comes over tonight. Sulks for an hour. We drink. She urges me to forget what I said and give into desire. I tell her that would be unwise and tell her I need her to leave. She walks out looking suddenly like a wounded animal and urging that we hang out tomorrow.

What do I do from here and what's the worst that could happen?
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Reuben Bonderworth - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 20:42:45 EST ID:USUZpST+ No.519006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518995
>I've been completely fucked k holing and still remembering and cognizant that I had family and recognized people around me.
you weren't that fucked if you still understood what any of those things were.
that said, nobody's going to have sex in the state i'm thinking of
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Ernest Bisslehig - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 21:20:41 EST ID:ZE7ihgTe No.519009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Be honest.

Tell her you want to take things slow.

Also, getting someone drunk and having sex with them after with an 18 girl at your house is just a bad idea in general.
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Hugh Blackshit - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 01:59:35 EST ID:YAbHAXqQ No.519012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519006
Guess you're one of those immigrants here who hasn't actually used drugs much. You don't become some bath salts zombie with most all drugs. You do know most recreational illegal drugs are basically the same but renamed pharmaceuticals that all your family uses legally right? Do they all forget who you are and that they are married? I seriously doubt it.

Skrub
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Henry Fublingridge - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 18:25:04 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.519022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519012
You can definitely forget who you are on a lot of drugs. However usually this goes after the ability or will to move physically. I've lost all of existence except my sense of self before but you can't get out of a chair if you don't know that you have a body and it's sitting in a chair. So cheating is pretty fucking difficult.

A lot of people recommend a trip sitter for salvia so you're sort of wrong but I doubt you'd cheat during a 15 minute dissociative trip unless you picked the wrong trip sitter and most of the time you'd know what you'd have to lay most of the groundwork to complete an act like that while off your tits. You wouldn't just magically fly into their vagina while in another dimension.

I don't think he's necessary an outsider who doesn't do drugs. However I think you're both sort of right. You absolutely can lose touch with reality, but it's also usually accompanied by a massively diminished ability to cheat. You don't become a bath salts zombie and fuck, in almost all situations you're either with it enough to be culpable, or you're incapable.
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James Wunningham - Thu, 28 Sep 2017 03:29:40 EST ID:CUQ6SJOn No.519053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518978
OP you gotta tell her the truth. That you didn't realize sex would mean this much to her, and you are stupid for making that mistake.


Pleasuring people by The Giver - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 17:17:23 EST ID:/ISKNR9D No.518829 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have 2 random topics I was wondering if anyone else could relate to.
I'm a straight mail that likes to play with butt toys is that odd? Can anyone relate?
And,
If I want to have sex I cum way to fast but I font care about my pleasure in the least. I'm 25 and get turned on my the other persons pleasure. My favorite thing in the world is going down on her and the more she likes it the more I want to give it. I can actually get off if I can bring her enough pleasure without ever being touched only playing/licking her. Is that weird? If I don't care about my pleasure than why do I cum soon after entry? I really think I get a much better orgasm when I just tounge fuck her unroll she's orgasmed multiple times? Is it normal? Can anyone relate?
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Hamilton Blacklewell - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 21:04:26 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518829

Plenty of people can relate. Do you have an actual problem or do you want validation that your sexual experience is within the bounds of normal?

The things you experienced are the result of a) the prostate being in your butt, this is not something I have experience with but yes I'm sure lots of people have put things up there and enjoyed it because that is a result of the way normal male anatomy is. And b) state of mind being massively important to the sexual experience. For both men and women a lot of sex is in your head. Again this is the way almost all healthy people are.

Your phone has the most awful autocorrect. That is the most unusual thing about you.
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Martin Funkinlid - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 10:32:24 EST ID:NwCOZb4P No.518842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just don't cum while you're fucking her. Hold back your orgasm and let her feel good, just don't fucking cum. Cumming soon after insertion is kind of rude, you should at least wait a bit. Don't cum.
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Frederick Fimmerworth - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 10:32:16 EST ID:eTvQfb9H No.518971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When you feel like your going to cum just think of naked old ladies or shitting, anything like that. It worked for me for a long time and now I did too many drugs so that's not a problem anymore. Mabye you should just do a bunch of drugs too. As for the butt stuff I just let a chick give me a rimmie the other day for the first time in my life because I wanted to know how it felt, and I know im not gay. Our butts are just another way to feel guud and if its a chick helping you feel guud theirs nothing gay in that
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William Bravingfadging - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 17:43:19 EST ID:UrQwPY3E No.519002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518829
Yeah man, I relate to both things. I recently started doing butt stuff and it feels really good. Like, I don't understand why I'd never done it before. It's just another pleasure center in the body, there's nothing gay about sticking something in your butt (and there's also nothing wrong with being gay).

I also love going down on girls. I also cum way to fast, so I always make my partners cum (or almost cum) by going down on them and only after that penetrate them.

I dunno if it's normal, but I think it doesn't really matter either, as long as you and your partner have fun.


CV the subject is too short by Priscilla Fuckingman - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 14:13:27 EST ID:aKEX1nV0 No.518997 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm looking at job offers and there are some nice jobs that fit me, but I have to write a CV. What the fuck does a person write in their CV that has never worked a legitimate job? I've only done a couple of odd jobs here and there but nothing worth mentioning. Granted, it's a delivery service that only requires a driving license and no previous delivering experience is required but still, I have to write something.
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Nicholas Senningbun - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 14:51:17 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518997
you aren't going to get this job, do some volunteer work and maybe you'll get the next one. ha ha.. oh no, i am being pessimistic.

Is anyone in your family a business owner? Could they pretend you worked for them? Any friends? Character references at least? Your school principal or tutor from high school can also give you a reference.
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Priscilla Fuckingman - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 15:47:15 EST ID:aKEX1nV0 No.519000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518999
I could make someone pretend I worked for them, but isn't that kind of stuff checked? And I could make someone give me a reference, thanks for mentioning this.
Damn getting a job is proving more difficult than I imagined.


A proper response by Nicholas Dunderfoot - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 07:41:13 EST ID:fLoh9Pmc No.518965 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Here is a situation. You are a guy, who is after a girl, right. But you have only known her on the internet. You talk and you talk and you talk, then you get her number and you have a couple of conversations on the phone. During one of them you ask her out on a date and she agrees. Overall everything seems fine, but she refuses to meet you right before you were set and ready for the date. She says, that she had plans with hEr friends and just happened to forgot about them. Then again everything is fine. You talk on tHe phone and ask her out again and she says yes, but before the actual date, she, like, looses interest. She doesnt say that, but you just feel. And again she ditches you right before the date time. In a couple days she writes you an email in which she asks for forgiveness and says, that it's gonna be fine next time, but again you feel, that she did this out of guilt.
Your actions?
And in general, what do you do if a girl stood you up repeatedly, but says, she was just busy?

I will tell, how this story ended, in a couple of days/hours.
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 08:18:19 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518965
If you meet a girl on the internet don't develop feelings. When you break this rule or feel like you're in danger of it, meet her. If she flakes on you then maybe give her 2 chances.

She probably won't turn up. If a girl stood me up I'd be annoyed. if it was someone I'd never met I'd assume she was just fishing for attention. Stop giving her it if this doesn't work. Don't say a word just stop talking to and block her.
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Ernest Lightgold - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 11:54:56 EST ID:DPYvSaTs No.518972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518966
So, there is absolutely na chance for a sucessful outcome?
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 17:56:16 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518972
I would say the chances are very low. People make mistakes but I think she probably isn't interested. If you want to be sure give her this one last chance but if she misses the third chance then there's only two possible outcomes those being you don't believe her or that you're a bitch and she can string you along forever.

Draw the line. I would think you optimistic giving her this final chance, however more chances would make you a complete fucking moron.

If her persona is cool enough that you've given her this much leeway odds are she will keep talking you around to wasting more time so she can get validation from a stranger if you talk to her. if you just cut contact or don't contact her when she doesn't show then it's not like she'll need an explanation. It'll be pretty obvious that you've had enough and quite probable it's what she wants.


Going to a concert in a different city by George Fibblefet - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 22:49:21 EST ID:VkYjj6a7 No.518859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to a concert in Miami in October. It's like three days long, I decided to go there the full three days because I've never really done anything cool in my life. I dunnoh, I'm just nervous about the whole thing now. I feel like I'm going to be the weird guy wandering around alone, just kind of looking at the ground and shit. Also, I'm not sure whether or not I'm going to get stabbed to death in Miami, so there is that. I've never been to a concert before. Also, getting drugged up in public just makes me more anxious, so I can't do that

plz advize
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Oliver Middlemodge - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 17:36:49 EST ID:VkYjj6a7 No.518909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also I'm renting a hotel room for like three days, but I won't be able to get to the city until like 2 hours after the check-in closes, so I emailed the manager and they haven't gotten back to me so I'm afraid i'm going to be sleeping on the street or something when I get there and they will give away the room

i am a ball of worry plz help

>>518881
>>518861
>>518889

you made me feel better
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Isabella Wallerduck - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 20:59:38 EST ID:V8Zyw7UU No.518914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
take some benz and drink moderately and just go with the flow
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Oliver Clongerhen - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 09:31:07 EST ID:vATdGl2v No.518926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518909
Call them, talk to someone directly
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Frederick Fimmerworth - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 10:20:20 EST ID:eTvQfb9H No.518969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey man, I did the exact same thing and for the same reasons. Booked my first hotel and bought 3 day tickets to a metal festival in Montreal. I was stressing about the same things because like you I never did anything like that before. I just have to tell you it was definitely one of the greatest and most memorable weekends of my life. Driving into the city is nerve wracking but I don't know what your situation is. Trust me once your there all those feelings of sticking out and looking like an idiot are gone the moment you see how many more fucked up people then you are there and then you buy a few drinks and have a great time! You dont have to spend any more time in the city then you have to. Just stay in your hotel before and after the festival and then do some wandering if your feeling brave, the world is never as scary as it seems in your head. Hope you have a great time!
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Frederick Fimmerworth - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 10:22:16 EST ID:eTvQfb9H No.518970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also fuck these guys you don't need to hang out with hot girls to have a good time (although it is a great time) I met some crazy french guy on the subway there and hung out with him for the 3 days and he even paid for my last day because he wanted me to stay longer. Although my girlfriend was with me and she had a great rack so he probably just wanted to be around them.


I don't find her pretty by Nigel Hubblefoot - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 21:53:12 EST ID:DSLNfNuc No.518949 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it possible to be with someone you're not attracted to physically?

As much as I try and boy do I try, I don't find her pretty. In fact quite the opposite if I have to be blunt.

Sometimes though, I look her in the eyes and I can forget about everything else and then only will I find her beautiful. But those moments are rare and usually require intimacy.

I stayed with her so far because of who I thought she was on the inside, thinking that physical beauty was secondary. But now even my opinion of her as a person has changed too. I don't find her to be as nice and innocent as I thought she was, or I might not be writing this. I find her to be manipulative (maybe without realizing it) but I still try to tell myself she's not *THAT* bad and that it could very well be me misinterpreting and overblowing things.

Anyway I'm going off-subject now, sorry.

We just had a fight and it makes me think about all of her flaws.

What do you guys think of it?
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Basil Hengerlore - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 04:48:40 EST ID:RqNhr9hN No.518956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518949
I've struggled with this. Usually I find that in order for me ro be happy, some level of physical attraction needs to go along. However it sucks as I'm a very unnattractive man. So my problem lies in determining if I compromise my happiness, or commit to lonliness. Not saying you need to find a super model. Just someone that you like to look at from time to time.
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Cornelius Gasslechidging - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:49:31 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518949
My ex was like this. I could see it in his eyes, he thought he was hiding it but I saw those moments of disgust and I felt like absolute shit. I did everything I could to make him like me and I couldn't, though he did pretend to. Eventually he cheated on me with someone he was attracted to. We both would have been much much much happier if he had broken up with me years previously. Now I am with someone who is attracted to me and loves me and I am happy.

Anyway, while it is clear you may care for this person you do not love her, you are not attracted to her, stop being so selfish. She deserves to be with someone who loves her.
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 08:39:04 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518956
Yeah, sadly things are going to be hard if you don't get at least a little buzz from looking at them. Anyone reasonably attractive should do that. Attraction is subjective but it's there or it isn't.

>>518960
They both deserve more than this. Op hasn't cheated, he's just tried to live up to an unrealistic ideal so far. The important thing is now he has this clarity he doesn't keep on wasting both their time.


Don't know what gonna do with life, don't know if I even can. by Edwin Murdford - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 15:29:23 EST ID:YIFwAWat No.518940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been a neet and I've only had three jobs, one of them part time but with a chance of full time. The thing is that i don't know if I could do full time, i think I suck at it for various reasons. So I'm trying to find a path to follow, like getting educated, but it's the same story, can I even do it? What do I even want?

It is amazing to have lived so long yet not know a shit about what jobs there are and what goes on in them, how to aim for them.
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Isabella Wallerduck - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:03:19 EST ID:V8Zyw7UU No.518942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why not start your own business?

Im 32 and the only job I ever had was during high school.
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Edwin Murdford - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 18:26:50 EST ID:YIFwAWat No.518945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518942

Start my own business? It'd be damn cool but how?
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George Chushtock - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 05:34:33 EST ID:V8Zyw7UU No.518957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518945
Not gonna lie. You need to be willing to work day and night relentlessly (possibly for multiple years) to get started.
Im talking working from the moment you wake uo until you go to sleep, only stopping for food.

Pick something you personally are passionate about and try to start a service or smth that makes life easier for others with the same passion. It has to be some field you already know your way around.

Being a neet surely you spent your time on some specific topic. Look into starting a business in that.

Me for instance I was a linux/FOSS/free software nerd before starting my business, now I have my own business in that space and never actually worked for a regular company.


My personality by Fugbudd - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 14:03:15 EST ID:KDjRe65n No.518938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically Im always calm, I dont think much and dont do much on my own, I dont have a problem with it. But people around me are a problem, they seem to be stressed out to the point of annihilation. They face anxieties that seem to drive them completely insane. Their anger seems like a vulcaanic eruption to me even if they dont show. They project all of this onto me and I end up asking myself “why am I angry to the point of wanting to kill someone?“. Drug guys are one of the worst, they smoke weed and it feels like theyre exploding with anxiety and stress and I dont get why. Just chill. What can I do? Where can I find people like me and what is my personality type called?
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Molly Pendlecocke - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 14:51:06 EST ID:ig/Jskh0 No.518939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518938
Sounds like you aren't a faggot. Unfortunately most people are, sorry nigga. On a slightly more serious note, look up schizoid personality disorder and see if it sounds like you
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Fucking Fopperdere - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:42:20 EST ID:94uHFygY No.518943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Im always calm
>"why am I angry to the point of wanting to kill someone?"

sounds like you are highly vulnerable to emotional projection from others. gotta build up your force field because faggots will try to take advantage
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 20:49:41 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518938
I do wonder which way the projection is going OP.

It's weird that you're surrounding yourself with these over stressed people. This is either a choice you're making or you are imagining/creating the stress where there is none. Whether you are over sensitive to stress that is present but normal or projecting your own insanity on to others is a different matter. I don't know I'm just putting theories out there.
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Basil Hengerlore - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 04:45:20 EST ID:RqNhr9hN No.518955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518938
To diagnose a personality type/disorder is going to take more info, and a bit of education. Do you know how to use the DSM-5? Honestly OP, I think you are simply stressing too much over these things. Maybe, not really sure. Do you perceive them as lower, or less capable?
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Cornelius Gasslechidging - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:51:34 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
op is not calm


Re-Do by Nigel Bicklegold - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 01:21:11 EST ID:TQeGA7XC No.518915 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The life I thought I was headed towards is no longer an option.

Is it possible to start over at 30? To fall in love again as strongly as you did in your 20s? To adapt to a changing world and remain relevant? To find healthier habits to replace things you've just been doing because you didn't know any better and they filled time?
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Fucking Fopperdere - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 05:14:09 EST ID:94uHFygY No.518920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no
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Oliver Clongerhen - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 09:27:51 EST ID:vATdGl2v No.518925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe
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Hedda Honderway - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 02:51:02 EST ID:9aeUGuOI No.518951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know.
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David Crishchadge - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:11:14 EST ID:oY2KBXa7 No.518952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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let's hope so
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Basil Hengerlore - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 04:39:56 EST ID:RqNhr9hN No.518954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518915
I hope so OP. I've lost everything. And being unfuckably ugly and almost 30, means I dont deserve to be happy.


afjdsklfjaskg by Angus Hemmleforth - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:53:14 EST ID:Ytvfly7k No.518895 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I contain my ENTJ autism and not get angered at my friends for not being the way i want them to be.
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Sophie Sodgeridge - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 05:58:52 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518913
I think the problem is you.

>Briggs Myers bullshit
>Contain my autism
>goddamn normies

Most autistic people who survive into adulthood and function develop a coping mechanism. They use their intelligence and learn the skills they weren't born with. They break out of dumb ideas. The notion that your friends are flawed is problematic, you end up "tolerating" genuine flaws alongside imagined ones when you view them all as shit people and you can't do better. Instead you should be looking at what they offer and what is bad about them and seeing if that justifies your friendship. Some friends will not be super close but will give you no stress or shit some will be amazing in a lot of ways but maybe have a couple of little quirks. Black and white thinking in general "normies" is bullshit.

You think you're smart, you're almost definitely not super stupid, you can adapt. It's what humans do.
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Isabella Worthingville - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:26:58 EST ID:29QU69NV No.518936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518924
Individual people don't adapt. They acclimate. I'm pedantic
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Shit Cublingwater - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 22:43:28 EST ID:yUhAjzvV No.518950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518936
You are pedantic, but probably not pedantic enough. Using "adapt" in its colloquial usage simply means to become adjusted to new conditions. When used specifically in the context of the process of biological evolution, it refers to a species' ability to appropriately respond to changes in its natural environment and become more fit to survive and reproduce in accordance with those changes (or alternatively, adaptations would refer to the collective list of successive changes that manage to propagate themselves over a period of time within a given species).

I fail to see why it's any more appropriate, proper, or correct to say that an individual person acclimates instead of saying that they adapt. Outside of using a form of "adapt" as a specific scientifically defined term to be used within the context it was defined for, I don't understand why it's improper to say adapt for an individual person or especially better to say acclimate for them either lol
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Cornelius Brookworth - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:12:50 EST ID:zbKXnohS No.518953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You learn to be persuasive and make a real argument, autist. It's okay. Most young males are not good at the art of rhetoric. It's built with time and painful experience.
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 08:49:56 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518950
Considering I was talking about developing new skills and not just being used to the conditions I think acclimate is inappropriate. If you're going to be pedantic you can't just pick at statements in isolation.

I'm not super pedantic but in this case your pedantry actually detracts from what I'm saying.

OP needs to learn new tricks and ways of thinking. Welcome to adulthood OP.


How to get rid of 30s body in your 20s? by Fucking Drattinghall - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 09:53:29 EST ID:dSPy0yiU No.518927 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's not really an advice board so I'm posting this here.

I used to be in really good shape; played football in high school, worked out/gym membership, jogging 3 times a week, good diet and took care of myself, protein shakes/nutrition supplements.

Very busy (hectic) schedule, in my 20s, got through college. Metabolism slowed way down, most likely due to stress and busy study/work schedule. Body has changed drastically.


Need advice on getting rid of my 30's body before actually becoming 30 and metabolism all but halts completely.
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Graham Turveywater - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 11:19:45 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518927
go to the /ana board, we are all about FEELINGS here
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Fucking Fopperdere - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:44:14 EST ID:94uHFygY No.518944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OATZ N SQUATZ
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Martin Heblingham - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 20:45:33 EST ID:sZL7C+sG No.518946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518944
SQOATS
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Nicholas Brookfoot - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 20:46:29 EST ID:WV91K+Uu No.518947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518931
Lifestyle doesn't preclude fitness and self care. However if OP wants a regimen and in detailed help then /ana/ will help more. I think this is a good place for people to tell him that this "old man body" bullshit is just that though.

Your metabolism doesn't grind to a halt is slows down very slowly, the "30s body" is the "I've stopped trying" body I know plenty of people who remain in excellent shape in their 30s and some who are sacks of shit by 25. OP you suddenly did a lot less exercise and ate more. It's not about "metabolism slowing down" it's about doing less to burn energy and/or eating more. As the other guy said this is not some inexplicable natural fact it's just lifestyle.

Eat less calories than you burn and weight will fall off. I'm not saying I know much about this just that I dropped 140 pounds a few years ago and now I'm in my 30s I'm fitter than I ever have been and continue to get more and more athletic over time.

The question is what do you actually want? To just be not fat? some definition? Ripped? Or actually big? Work out what you want and then go post on /ana/ they'll basically tell you to eat less, do more exercise and get more protein in though.
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Cornelius Gasslechidging - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:53:21 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is Health or Dental Insurance Worth It? by Fuck Bullerdut - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 18:44:38 EST ID:AwB3yqIM No.518911 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is health/dental insurance worth it?

I have an estimated bill of $1684 to have my wisdom teeth removed. I have well over $14,000 in saving from working full time as a security guard and living at home, and am considering just paying for this, as well as other things like a very late physical and eye glasses appointment, out of pocket. I barely had good money before this job since employment was always spotty. Before 16 months ago, I was averaging $200-2000 in my bank account with long stints of unemployment between wage slave shit, so I'm a bit behind the curb.

I am 26, and my mother, (I live with my dad three hours down south) lost the insurance she could spare me after she quit her toxic job and became a homemaker full time while her husband works, so it doesn't even matter on that front. Even then, it was Blue Cross Blue Shield, which didn't even work half the time, either only cutting my bill somewhat or claiming they can do an appointment for free, and then go "whoopsie daisy! Turns out we don't cover that, LOL!"

Also, yes, my job DOES offer insurance, but it's around $1800-2200 a year, and the deadline was February, so it's too late on that account.

So, is health and dental worth it? If so, what company is best?
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Graham Turveywater - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 11:18:31 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is a flight to Mexico that expensive?
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Isabella Worthingville - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:14:55 EST ID:29QU69NV No.518932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly OP, if it isn't urgent, just wait until the US acknowledges health care as a basic human right. If you follow politics, then you'll know that it's coming down the pike.
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Phyllis Wottingman - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:21:03 EST ID:YAbHAXqQ No.518935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518911
Get wisdom teeth out asap as they can crack other teeth. A cracked tooth is way more fucked that a simple cavity. 1700 is about right though without insurance. Mine was about 1800 for 2 of them. (Only had 2.) Would have been just 2000 for 4. Oral surgeon and all. If you have cavities they will run anywhere from 500-1000 a filling. I haven't had a filling in a number of years but I remember I had 2 adjacent as a young teen and it was 1100 for both if insurance didn't cover it. And of course, 10 years or maybe less after that, they have to get drilled out and replaced. And possibly have multiple 200 dollar adjustments.

Physicals without insurance is like, eh 500-600? Eye doctors are like 300 or so for a visit and exam and all with about 500-600 for a pair of glasses. All without insurance.

So insurance is pretty nice to have. Especially with such lax restrictions on what a medical condition is here in the US and pill/device/treatment happy doctors. Within the past 2 years half of everyone in my family over 35 was duped into sleep studies that all recommended 4k dollars worth of cpap machines and shite with every "test." Insurance of course can make that bill like 40 to 150 dollars or less sometimes.

2000 a year for insurance isn't too bad for a mid 20 year old. Depending on how much coverage you get. Definitely consider it next period. You're also going to be fined like 1600 for not having insurance anyways if you are US based so may as well spend the money anyways. Uncle Sam is just going to take your money and give you fuck all anyways. May as well let your job take your money and you get something for it at least. I know a number of people who are middle class with 2 people on an insurance plan paying 400 dollars a month up to 600 for medical, vision, dental, and some other few tidbits.

God forbid Trump or whoever takes away the tax subsidies for insurance. Then there could be more than a few million footing the bill to a 10k dollar a year medical bill or tax.
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George Tillingbury - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 15:35:19 EST ID:9aeUGuOI No.518941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518929
Lots of employers offer Blue Cross which is pretty good. If your employer also offers Atena and you need medical attention I would go with that one because it's a bit fancier.

Blue cross will cover your dental if you choose them for health care and that's what your company offers. Delta is a good one if you have to choose a separate dental plan.

I buy life insurance as well just in case. If I die I want to take one last thing from these motherfuckers, even though I'm being fleeced if I live. Fuck it. It's like I'm taking a really fucked up bet and hoping I have bad luck with that one, in good conscious I can't say it's really necessary unless you have people that depend on you, if you're on your own don't get the life insurance.
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Cornelius Gasslechidging - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:58:44 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.518963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518911
I don't understand how you can put up with being charged 2000 dollars for something (removal of all four) that costs 400 euro in Ireland and 120 euro (150 dollars) in Spain and probably even less in other countries. With your cost of living you might as well live in a third world country, why doesn't everyone leave the US!? Except dentists of course... maybe if you're a dentist you should stay.

Fuck here I was worried about going into health care but if I manage to get my degree I can pay back my student loans in a single year of working in your fucked up country and fleasing your people blind.


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