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No one takes me seriously as a drug dealer by Jack Deddlefid - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 09:53:25 EST ID:wJO/PM3g No.527613 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I get ripped off all the time, no one pays me back because I never chase them down. I even get ripped off by my supplier, so I make no money. I tried snorting crushed up Adderall off a knife once after watching breaking bad to try and seem threatening in front of a customer but I ended up accidentally cutting my nose and everyone laughed, and they left with the weed while I was in the bathroom. I live in a small town and they all heard about it, and I don't know how to regain my street cred. Someone tried to vouch for me by saying I did it deliberately to scare them off then chased them down, but that didn't work. Should I get someone to get the weed back for me? I'm skinny and not good at fighting.
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Hedda Pittway - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 04:58:48 EST ID:C91Q5Vuo No.527628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think you need to listen to The Ten Crack Commandments by Biggie because you broke at least three in this post. Fucking LOL pretty sure this is a troll but damn.
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Ernest Fivinghood - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 05:41:17 EST ID:s2Dd0noZ No.527629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527628
Yeah even I know that you don't front people. You just don't. I've never known anyone who expected to front or be fronted. You're already breaking the law and while that doesn't make you sketchy, there's definitely a higher number of sketchy people about when you deal or buy drugs. Especially when you're not a super small timer dealing to students who will stop when they graduate.
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James Feppernetch - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 07:31:49 EST ID:wJO/PM3g No.527630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527628

I'm already working on getting the weed back. I lost three ounces. I don't want to go out with my nose bandaged in case they laugh more, so I'm going to sort of make it seem like I have Mexican connections or something as I know this guy who's part Mexican who sort of looks tough. Then when I'm back on my feet I'll start again and not make any mistakes.
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Frederick Blarrywadge - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 18:59:00 EST ID:NJkLq9MW No.527641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527630
bro please cut your losses here. people treat you that way because of your demeanor and the sort of person you are. you can change that though. but fronting about that sort of thing is not the game you want to play
try the darkweb maybe
be safe
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Martha Crozzlesut - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 23:01:51 EST ID:L4MaGvT3 No.527657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527641
this. Don't dig the hole any deeper my dude. Sell only to people you know will pay or find something else to do, you really don't seem cut out for this and that ain't a dunk. Not everybody is


Depression + Meds by Shit Purringcocke - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 17:02:02 EST ID:5U3zHBw9 No.527579 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For as long as I remember, I've had some sort of alcohol problem with depression and I've decided to take a break from the alcohol and focus on myself; especially since now I'm starting to suffer academically and just generally feel at an all-time low. A while ago, I went to the doctors and was prescribed sertraline 50mg.

My friend who's on the same shit said it was great, helped them a lot. But I've read a lot of stories about people coming off it saying they felt worse than before they started etc.

I guess what I'm saying is I'm apprehensive about toying with anti-depressants and want to hear from someone who has been on them before and if it helped them etc.

Picture is a baboon skull, if you're into that sort of shit.
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Esther Grandcocke - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 21:50:34 EST ID:5U3zHBw9 No.527603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527580

I think life for me is actually going alright, I have nothing to be depressed about. That's the thing. But I am, for as long as I've known I've always been wallowing like a bitch and drinking because I just feel this huge weight all the time. I used to hear shit like say if you were in a party and you were taking a piss and couldnt make out the conversation next door fully, I'd sort of hallucinate like I'd hear the most negative shit but if I opened the door a little more I'd hear a normal conversation so I knew it was somewhat delusional. That's not as much of a problem these days as it is just a plain weight on my shoulders, I'm less paranoid but more depressed.

I'm not sure if I have some unsolved shit. When I was a kid my father was a raging alcoholic who used to psychologically abuse me and my mother, I was never really beat, it happened once or twice but it was more verbal. I find it hard to find any emotional connection with my long term, supportive girlfriend and try to push her away. Always feel completely alone in a crowd of people. I'm actually pretty outgoing but feel I need to fill my time with constant activity otherwise I'm drinking or wallowing again or both. I'm drunk again right now and meant to work in the morning and I'm just exhausted really. It's not even like there's a concrete reason anymore I just feel lost in between hangovers and kind of don't want to wake up anymore, feel a bit numb to it all.
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:02:48 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like you are going through that awkward-but-promising stage. All that shit that went down in your childhood doesn't just get shrugged off. You've obviously spent a few years a bit lost and turning to short term "solutions" with a negative longer term pay off. It's all right, we've all been guilty of it. You've had your wake up call, you have identified a bunch of areas you are going haywire. Next step is to just work on it.

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Anti depressants are something I have been prescribed / coerced to take at times as a result of being sectioned twice. First time I took them for around 8 months, second time for around 6 weeks. I was also on anti-psychotics, so the small print of the experience would be very different to your own.

Personally, I can see how there is room for good applications of these drugs. For me, I found it something which really didn't help at all. I was on that stuff for 8 months and still went through a long period of reclusiveness, suicidal idealation, general malaise, sluggishness and FML. The second time, when I stopped taking the shit as soon as I was released, I still went through the same 8 month period of bleak FML. Only difference being that I did not put on all the extra weight.

Truthfully I felt little discernible withdrawal on both occasions and on both occasions I went cold turkey.

I do believe that most of the experience you can expect from these drugs is to do with your relationship with the drug and what you believe it is doing for you. If you end up getting a feeling of confidence, safety and balance from taking the drugs daily, you will have a bumpy time coming off of them since you believe them to be what is helping. Conversely, if you reckon they are bullshit, you probably won't give a fuck to get off of them either.

Ask yourself what you think and proceed according to that. Worth a shot I suppose.
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:04:34 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527615

For me now, I just vape very small amounts (0.05g - 0.1g) of weed in the morning to help lift my mood and get my "vibe" on track. But I get a feeling of confidence, safety and balance from taking this drug daily and have a bumpy time coming off of such minimal doses because I believe it is what is helping.
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Cyril Sickleham - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 14:57:44 EST ID:ZU125YhK No.527618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sooooo...

SSRI's made me manic. No other real way to explain it with out a eall of text. My therapist dodnt notice I was manic which enabled my manic behaviour. Eventually I got in a position where i could no longer get the meds, 50% usa healthcare nonsense 50% me being competlety insane. While going off them I had crippling anxiety and paranoid hallucinations for about a month or so.

After that whole experience I realized that actually it could be worse and am getting on with I guess what you could call a life, but uuh ymmv
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William Buzzlehed - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 16:12:00 EST ID:kQMpBd21 No.527619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527584
OP is bipolar so there was chemical imbalance you bigoted pile of shit. Neck yourself.


Dating by Nell Clurrysteg - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 00:17:11 EST ID:dJEw/uJZ No.527605 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't really get a chance to date at all.. I've had one relationship I didn't really enjoy much and I want to be ready in the future when I meet the right girl and know EARLY if she's someone I want to spend possibly years with. What are some signs that a girl likes you? Also I fall in love pretty easily so I don't want it blocking my judgment.. what are some qualities or features of a girl's personality that are red flags?

Thanks, I figured people here would be more neutral and unbiased than any of the other sites.
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 03:43:36 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527606

Literally all of my 1-3year relationships started with sex on the first night. Not an indicator a bad relationship, I disagree.
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Phineas Claybury - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 03:48:27 EST ID:3skWatbj No.527609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527608
were they good relationships?
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 03:56:00 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527605

My red flag collection

>self identifies as “fucked up”
>believes themselves to be too “complicated” to be read
>emotionally unavailable
>makes excuses for ditching dates with 24hrs or less
>still does heavy drinking / drugs
>has a history of abusive / dysfunctional exes
>stuck in a dead end job
>maintains a group of same majority male friends since school and prioritises male company
>self harm history
>has had a lot of casual sex in the past few years
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 03:58:54 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527609

That’s a very relative question. At the time, yes. But I wouldn’t choose to go back to them now. They were good people, showed me a lot of love, we never argued and I held onto their memories for maybe a year or two after the break up. Good times were definitely had and it was a welcome relief from my issues at those timed of my life. The question is made more problematic by the fact by both times I ended up in a mental for a psychotic break within 6 months of them ending. This complicates my side of the deal.
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Isabella Hallerfatch - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 04:06:46 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527605

Here is my GOOD flag collection (I have no word for this)

>similar background, culture and interest
>conversation flows
>mutual sex drive
>mutual levels of “life experience”
>someone you can fuck like a whore but embrace like a wife
>can make good cakes
>done with the partying and slut phase but had one

My current girl is the best times I’ve ever had. I’m very happy to have met her. For a long time I was with girls that were a bit “off” relative to my lifestyle. I needed to meet someone that was a good match for my current roles in life. I used to be prettt wild and had kinda backed out of a lot of old behaviour to mature. But I never became boring. A lot of chicks aren’t into a Friday night cycling up a hill to watch stars and listen to hip hop while smoking weed in their mid 20s... as opposed to partying or spending money I don’t have to go eat or holiday etc.

>my best advice is to focus on the individual tho, people can display a few red flags and be great, this chick included, she has a few of the ones listed but we’ve had a real character arc together over the past 5 months
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How do I start to improve? by Phineas Bungerspear - Sun, 28 Oct 2018 00:13:54 EST ID:nCu7zJMB No.527460 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I lost several chess games and i feel ive failed an iq test. Im bored, tired, and increasingly cognizant of my mediocrity. Its sometimes hard for me to care to help myself because I know I’ll never be the person that I dream of being. I wasnt in private music lessons at 5 years old, and my IQ is 120 at best. Its probably something quite average, actually. I think I’m probably an average person who was made to read too many books. How can I be happy as one who lacks talent and any type of social grace? I refuse to tell my coworkers I have a degree because I know I dont belong in the environment that I work. For six months ive worked at a store full of poor immigrants where my boss refuses to pay anything. I have no idea where I can go with this. Its extremely difficult for me to be happy unless I’m at work, and that apparently is because when I’m on the clock, I dont have options and cant constantly question whether or not my chosen activity is worth a damn.

Having options is a source of unhappiness. I hate having free time because I never feel that anything I choose to do is worthwhile. These hobbies are forced, and most often remind me of my own limitations in ability and passion. Passion, as it relates to my depression and discontentment with my liesure, can be discussed here as well. It is difficult for me to feel much passion unless two conditions are met, one being that I have had a reasonably productive day, and secondly that I am drunk and high. I want to feel impassioned, but even when the aforementioned conditions are met there is no guarantee that I will. Half the time I meet these conditions I just end up ruminating on how little control I have over my life.

I want to live in a new environment where I can be myself around new people, but I know that it will likely fall to shit within a few months. I cant drive, and the only two serious friendships ive ever had have come to an end because whenever I would drink, I would talk to these guys in the way that I wanted them to rescue me from my stagnating life. Im just stuck in a small town with my semi-hermetic parents who have never been proactive about helping me to succeed.
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Clara Sashmick - Sun, 28 Oct 2018 01:47:15 EST ID:U+ev/SQc No.527461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What?
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Wesley Guzzlewetch - Sun, 28 Oct 2018 05:31:39 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Imagine you are lost at night in a desert. You only have a few metres of true visibility and then it’s pitch black, but on the horizon you see the glow of a distant city.

You can only get there by heading roughly in the right direction and handling the few metres before you. You don’t know what that city actually looks like, what’s there, what you’ll do or where you’ll live but you know you wanna be there because it beats this cold, dark desert.

Just handle it, get there, one step at a time. Fix your attitude, do the things you want, become the person you wanna be and move the fuck away. Don’t blame parents or hide behind elaborate excuses generated by the knee jerk reaction your self esteem has to your shortcomings.

Truthfully mate if having a high IQ and being a musical/chess slayer were your goals in life then you’ve onviouslly got some issues. This is the kind of attention seeking high achiever stuff that is usually forced upon children by parents who don’t understand what being happy looks like and instead opt for being “special” by virtue of achievement.

Get a job that uses your degree or find a job with a career ladder and begin working on feelings of competence. Work on your social skills, avoid drinking and begin finding things to do with your time that feel engaging and fun, rather than just going through the motions. If you really do wanna learn a musical instrument, do it for you, rather than you relative to what others will think. Work on your neurosis.
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Shit Dallybury - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 23:54:00 EST ID:J+KC8e10 No.527604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527460
>>Having options is a source of unhappiness.


“If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth and power, but for the passionate sense of the potential, for the eye which, ever young and ardent, sees the possible. Pleasure disappoints, possibility never. And what wine is so sparkling, what so fragrant, what so intoxicating, as possibility!”


aesrdtfyguhjhuigyftyd by Ernest Clottingbed - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 17:25:27 EST ID:3DJiiPdH No.527601 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.circlejerk.com/r/raisedbynarcissists/comments/3a5fip/does_anyone_else_ever_feel_like_talking_about/

Not to ramble but I usually just keep everything inside. I feel exactly this way. Anyone got advice how to overcome it? Also, on how to have a stronger sense of self and opinions. I just go with what other people say for the same reasons as in that post, but it's not a conscious decision... it's like a people pleaser thing I learnt to do in order to avoid conflict and ease the serious fear of getting into trouble growing up in an abusive home. I passively convince myself I agree with my friends' opinions as if they really are my opinions when they're not. I feel like if I don't do that, or if I speak my own mind, they won't like me anymore or will respond in a way that confirms my worthlessness. I have very low self-esteem obviously, but people pleasing is like a band-aid to protect myself from the imaginary scenario of getting hurt. It doesn't really help though, it just makes me feel walked over.

I'd like to know how to be myself no matter who I'm talking to, instead of changing who I am in order to fit their personality, trying to bond with them, entertaining them to ensure they like me. In regular conversation I literally avoid the use of "I" all together and am just a soundboard... it's like I only exist to accommodate other people's feelings and don't want to add in what I really think because I'm certain they don't care and I'm wasting their time. It's kind of awful trying to be neutral and sucking up to others all the time like I have no identity, especially because nobody has the same consideration for me.

Any hint of opinion I do share isn't even considered or respected -- it's either outright ignored (which makes me feel terrible) or trampled all over because my friends have very strong, firm characters. It can be a bit cold and brutal to be on the receiving end of, like what I say isn't valued. They're not very affectionate and give no signs of caring. It really feels like they don't care about my opinion by how they respond sometimes. But if they really didn't like me, they wouldn…
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hooked on meth by Alice Sinnerwater - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 16:54:06 EST ID:dBTG+jdV No.527600 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been telling myself that I'm going to quit for the past year and a half. I've made no progress in that time. I've neglected my relationship with friends, burried myself in debt and made myself look like a total fucking tweaker more times than I can count.

I'm stuck back at home in my mom's basement. I fuck off work when I feel depressed or tired. I have no car, although I have about $700 saved so I'm close to having a beater.

I have so many talents and potential, but I let this motherfucker control me. I've been on one for a couple months now and I know this comedown is going to suck so bad. I have a quarter gram left and I need to make it to work this week or I'm fired.

tl;dr don't fucking do meth
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William Buzzlehed - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 16:17:19 EST ID:kQMpBd21 No.527620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is why I tell you retards to not binge, stop chasing highs, use small doses. You never listen. Enjoy the brain damage duder


Post-kinda-NEET life problems by Charles Drendleham - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 13:58:04 EST ID:xBssPwJc No.527515 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a virgin in my early 30's, I am absolutely fucked with women and I guess not that good looking, im not ugly either, I'm just not enough to get anything going. i'm a boring guy, unable to pin down on a hobby or to project anything too interesting other than the occasional deadpan joke or something absurd that popped to my mind, makes people laugh, hey im laughing sometimes too. Anyway I'm also a coward to some point and I'm unable to be congruent to whatever my personality is. I dont know what that is, congruence.

So to my point, I'm working in a small office and we've recently had a female hire.

I like the girl(she's really cool tbh) and, the fact that when I talk, like to someone across the room, i can see her from the corner of my eye, paying attention to what im saying. Some rebuttal, some point being driven, a terrible joke of sorts, i dont know.
It's stupid I know but I'm not used to girls looking at me when I talk.
It's messing with my head. I consciously make an effort to not meet her eyes.
I socialize as less as possible other than to help out, no impromptu interactions or anything. I don't really trust myself to not "cling" - and get myself fired, heh. And yet...from the corner of my eye she's always the highlight.

Would fucking a hooker help? I don't want to lose my job, and I don't want to constantly feel so...driven. Im pretty sure I've kept to myself pretty well though, no stupid long stares, no coming up to ask stupid shit, nothing other than hello, goodbye, and tying up whatever conversation she starts, help out when needed and that's it.
I know i'm just lonely, it's nothing more than that. it's been affecting me a long time.
But only recently i've had some semblance of rule to my life. And I've got some money coming. Not a great amount but, just enough to see 4 digits in my bank account and, yeah, that was one of my life goals and i've done that.
But it seems these stupid, wasteful thoughts are just there to cloud my mind and get in my way and i have no control over them, they're jus tthere under my skin and it's just another thing that leads me to drinking …
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Edwin Blossleham - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 06:50:59 EST ID:uXKHI0Y/ No.527532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527530
Wait I also forgot to mention that you should never listen to me for my life advice and that my infernal squawking can be safely ignored nb
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Phyllis Pickhall - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 07:03:23 EST ID:xBssPwJc No.527573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527526

>life coach
googled
>Most life coaches working with individuals charge about $200 to $1,000 per month for a 30- to 60-minute call three or four times a month. Executive coaches charge more and typically work with their clients for two hours a month. It all works out to about $100 to $300 per hour.

can't play with my money like this, unfortunately.

>>527530
I know what you mean. I just have to put myself out there but I feel like such a weirdo, i can't articulate myself too well and i seem to always end up in dead situations. I'm a boring guy I don't know. I drink too much.
Anyway i'll try the whole hooker thing.

>>527532
Your squawking is fine, mr. "another-me"
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Phyllis Pickhall - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 08:58:30 EST ID:xBssPwJc No.527575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527573

Follow up to my issue I guess.
Friday night, sometimes some folks over at the office go out for a drink. The coworker above mentioned went, and so did I.

It was surprisingly fun.
I walked her back home, she had a bit too much to drink. It was adorable. It totally fucked with my head.
The more we talked, it seems we had a few things in common. Or maybe she was just trying to find things in common. Maybe I was happy with that.
When she goes on, when we stop by her place, that she really likes me...
and there I am, holding myself in, and just say "I like you too." We hugged about 3 times, I can't remember why.
That shit sucks though. I know I made the right decision, she had sobered up a bit by then but she was still under the influence... maybe she picked it up right, as in, "I think you're cool and i'd be more than happy to see where it goes but, i fucking work with you".
Or maybe it didn't mean anything at all. I've been sexually barren for so long I might just be hearing what I want - or wish - to hear.

She'd also been a bit all over another one of my coworkers, which is forcing me to measure what is really going on. Maybe she just needs someone, I guess.
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Phyllis Pickhall - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 10:19:07 EST ID:xBssPwJc No.527576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527575

disregard me, i'm a 30 year old child nb
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Molly Guffingstore - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 11:48:24 EST ID:iJyiJg7k No.527577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527575
shoulda kissed her but oh well
ask her out next week


Stopped being a fuckboy, now I have no game by Clara Peshbury - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 00:59:50 EST ID:ovbjFjaO No.527568 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /qq/
So I spent ages 17 to 21 chasing girls. I was literally never single that entire period of time and I never had less than 3-4 girls in my life at any given time. My number one favorite hobby was meeting new women, and my entire social life was dominated exclusively by the new women I met. I was completely addicted to pussy.

I've stallioned dudes, I've had a stalker, I've had overseas romances, I've broken hearts, and the last girl I "dated" ended up falling into some kind of depression after I disappeared.

I started this year off on a dating bender that left me completely drained and exhausted. Towards the beginning of the summer, I decided to stop. I spent weeks in my apartment just trying to decompress and reconnect with myself (my last fling was probably one of the most morally repugnant things I've done in my life and it took something out of me). Fast forward a few months and I'm starting to get bored. I've been trying to reenter the dating scene again with an honest desire to have a monogamous, healthy relationship.

The problem is that my game is almost nonexistent. The thoughtless relentless energy I used to have when talking to girls is gone. The clear goal and motivation is gone. Even my confidence is a bit shaky now. I honestly don't even know how to talk to a girl at this point without constantly trying to maneuver her towards sex with flirting and teasing. My game is just gone.

idk. Is this normal? Am I jumping back in too early? What do you think /qq/
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Clara Peshbury - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 01:02:37 EST ID:ovbjFjaO No.527569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I've stallioned dudes
lol
nb
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Graham Fashbanks - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 02:06:08 EST ID:l7ptI/3G No.527570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
its more of a phase thing
age 13-17 i was fucking 18+ girls all day like a madman, i looked 20 at the time, had lots of drug connects, travelled all over the country to fuck women, it seemed like i only needed 10 minutes to amaze any girl, being young actually helped as i played the "mAtRue Fo R my agGeE" card a lot.
at around 18 i got really burnt out, no more parties, no more chatting up bitches all day, i could barely get good weed anymore. for about 2 years I basically stopped talking to females at all. I became NEET.
That's when I felt the same way as OP, that it just didn't work out anymore.
After a while I just started to talk to more and more girls, and only focused on the actually interesting ones, worthy of an actual relationship. I felt my game returning, they were staying up till 6AM talking to me all night again, etc etc.
I'm now 21 and have a 9/10 gf of 3 years.
Bottom line is, you've burned out, focus your attention on girls that are worth it, everything else will come naturally again. If you try to force it you will just feel like shit because what was a thrilling experience once (talking to random bitches) is just not doing it anymore. So you need to talk to actually interesting bitches.
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Fanny Pennerwell - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 05:13:20 EST ID:Hu5948WJ No.527572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look man it's easy, especially for a dude like yourself who has fucked your way into despair. You just need to treat women like human beings and try to get to know the people that you find interesting. No game is needed. Just go talk to them about themselves or shared hobbies etc and if you want to hang out with them more, try to arrange it. When you meet someone that you like more than friends make a play. You've done it many times before. Sorted


Romantic Frustrastions (and other frustrations) by Fanny Blabberstig - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 18:15:53 EST ID:yt1jlTFA No.527542 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is just me going off the cuff. Late-20's white guy, I'm tall (six feet 4 inches and every doctor would say that I'm a healthy person. I haven't had any kind of "romantic experience" since... 2011? Or 2012. Break-up with my then-GF (of a few months). Wasn't exactly a "lady's man" of any sorts before then. Kind of a loner, really.

Maybe my teeth aren't the best? They've got some yellow. Dentist always chides me. I don't exactly brush twice a day.
But there's no way that's the problem.
Women HATE me. And I mean HATE. The moment any female older than 8 years* sees me, they go into defensive mode. Ready with the mace, ready
the tazer, ready the revolver, ready to run. Run. Run. See this guy? Bad news. Violent manchild, confirmed rapist, look at this psycho post on an imageboard- lock him up and throw away the key. He's INHUMAN. An ugly monster, get the fuck out of here.
The most male-privileged of all male-privileged men, I guarantee that he'll rape you, steal your money, kill your family, burn your house down and sow salt into the earth. He's not even CHRISTIAN! Why doesn't he buy a golden, diamond-studded crucifix to wear around his neck? That's what REAL MEN do.

And REAL MEN agree. Testimony: Hell, I've looked at this guy's medical records, did you know he was involuntarily admitted to a mental hospital on SEVERAL OCCASIONS? He's dangerous, dangerous and bad news.
How old was he when he first kissed a girl? Are you joking? That's not possible. He's lying, I know for a fact that he raped over nine thousand women, all at the same time. God Bless Oprah Winfrey, why just look under your chair and you'll find yourself A BRAND NEW SHINY debt. What a saint she is, making deals with VolksWagon to advertise their unnecessarily large gas-guzzlers, and it's a good thing those single mothers (who were likely already in debt, or struggling to stay in the black) were forced to pay either pay thousands of dollars in taxes and fees or forfeit the vehicle entirely. Where's the charity in 5-year old sedans? What single mothers NEED is to look FLASHY, like they've got money they don't have! (people still believe this fucking lie, Oprah is just as much of a criminal as Trump- more successful and lucky, though)

What a mess! He can't even make a very simple website post without going off on a tangent! He should know that nobody will love him, until he learns to love himself. Until then, he's a worthless piece of shit. My girlfriend agrees.
What did he say? His idea of a "date" is a picnic? Or going to the other's house and cooking a meal together? WHAT TRASH WOW. I guarantee, anyone that says that is just looking to rape you or rob you- or both. Trust me on this, when a man says "I don't feel comfortable spending money like that", what he MEANS is "shit bitch you're nothing but a fuck-hole" If he's not willing to spend AT LEAST $25/hour to be graced by a woman's presence, he's garbage, just garbage.

His standards must be too high, too. The only way that anyone who loves #America_and_Freedom would accept a relationship is master/slave. No rights, no voice, you work and work and work to please your woman until you turn to dust. That's in the bible, so it must be right.
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Fucking Claycocke - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 03:30:26 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527542

That was pretty self indulgent stuff, it’s okay though - that happens when you tailspin for years alone. Honestly dude, a lot of your issues stem from your fetishising of being a loner and how much of your self esteem relies upon “your issues”. Combined with how far out and warped your understanding of society actually is and the responses to expect as a result of being disconnected so long, you’ve ended up pretty lost in stories in your head of a world that has condemned you.

For instance, all of this blablabla about getting sectioned doesn’t sit with me. I’ve been sectioned twice for psychosis, the first time involved weapons, police and was a few steps off of being really hardcore. You are not dangerous by virtue of getting sectioned or having experienced psychosis multiple times. Nor does it get in the way of having girlfriends. That’s some self indulgent bullshit.

Nor does the “only weirdos go on cheap day outs, women have a minimum spend” ring true either. Me and my girl mostly cycle, hang out at our houses, sit in parks and find viewpoints to go up at night. This lifestyle isn’t for everyone, so yeah, some women won’t be into it but that’s a personality thing rather than anything specific to you.

You’ve obviously led yourself astray over the years. I don’t doubt many people have let you down, that you’ve had immensely difficult experiences and the suicide attempts were not without genuinely placed motivation to end your life because it wasn’t worth trying to fix. But it’s totally fucked you to the point of manic rage freak out obsessive internet posts, which is pretty damn far gone.

Wishing that shit on your brother is weak and insidious. Don’t be such a cunt. Fix your head dude, fix your head. Get on top of it. Figure out your way of reaching a better place mentally. A place of balance, a place of healthy self indenting, a place where you can actually enjoy your life - maybe for the first time. Begin deconstructing the narratives in your head about yourself, yourself relative to others and how you perceive the events that unravel before you and that which have yet to reveal themselves. The future is not fixed, your brain is malleable.

The best way to get truly strong is to start with the weakest part, the most vulnerable. Clearly you need to change. Work on your head. Figure out how to meet a like minded woman through tinder once you’ve got things more together. Stop fetishising your mental illness (IM ON DRUGS U DONT EVEN KNOW ABOUT!!!) and actually make progress. It doesn’t sound like much is actually preventing this since the majority of your complaints are very much, “oh society” as opposed to circumstances which mitigate your ability to do anything about it. Also work on your social skills.

Also chicks love a good underdog success story. If you’ve got scars that have healed, wear them with pride and never add to the collection again. If you’ve got a fucked up past, get your present looking strong so that you can talk about it as a chapter in an older book. Chicks love it, trust me. It adds a layer of depth to your character and shockingly enough it can lead to a lot of real character development that you simply can’t fake. I respect what you’ve been through but I don’t respect what you are doing with it currently.
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Matilda Fullywill - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 05:33:09 EST ID:gQHZCzuS No.527561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't have any advice as what's already been said by others seems spot on, just thought it might help OP to know I can strongly relate to that experience too.
It's tough, man. Really tough but you can pull through.
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Lillian Bluckleham - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 08:29:25 EST ID:o7+PCZ9p No.527562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527542
You ever think it could be because you ramble on incoherently about pop-topics and generic political statements?
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Doris Fonnernerk - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 11:13:20 EST ID:iJyiJg7k No.527563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i loled at the Oprah rant
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Simon Sepperchet - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 18:46:39 EST ID:ODK3qoyG No.527566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This some murkywater imposter bullshit. Zero tact.


Panhandling Life by David Bunnerfore - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 16:24:50 EST ID:DGXx8e01 No.527522 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been panhandling to get by lately in rural america. I still live with my parents, I'm 32, thankfully they understand about needing experience for a decent paying job and how todays economy is. I got tired of having nothing at all so I started up about a month ago. Things picked up steam for me at the local walmart. It's a great place to go because people usually got money to spend there and there's also all kinds of people to bum cigarettes from. It was slow starting off and i've met several rude people, one guy threw a few pennies at me and another told me to "get off my lazy ass and work like the rest of us"...but I have met some incredibly kind people as well one lady bought me a biscuit from the mcdonalds by the entrance and another gave me 50 cents and said god bless you. It's moments like those that make it all worthwhile. I have tried at the gas station a few times too but it's harder. Still plenty of cigarettes though.
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Hamilton Barddale - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 16:30:40 EST ID:BsaC9DIW No.527524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good for you I guess?
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Ebenezer Pondershit - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:25:23 EST ID:4ucXScoi No.527552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sell acid
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Ebenezer Pondershit - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:25:23 EST ID:4ucXScoi No.527553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sell acid
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fee - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:26:11 EST ID:4ucXScoi No.527554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527552
this
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Simon Sepperchet - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:38:28 EST ID:ODK3qoyG No.527555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527522
Get clean. Stop smoking. Don't watch porn or masturbate. Don't break the law. Sell your soul and ask government for help.
They'll mark you and start watching you all the time. Just keep that in mind and live like a Christian sociopath. Go to church regularly and pretend to believe in God (or actually convert). 5yrs tops you'll be independent.


Rage by Betsy Picklefore - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 19:54:05 EST ID:ehhnNOgT No.527527 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any tips for staying calm and keeping the volume on your voice down while talking about something that evokes strong emotions within you?
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Lydia Chagglekudge - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 01:53:45 EST ID:dBTG+jdV No.527529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527527

Mindfulness. Also don't debate stupid subhjective topics like politics and religion with narrowminded people.


I say rage, fuck it, louder means more right.
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Emma Broffinghug - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 19:04:32 EST ID:2ZJfRoD5 No.527544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
realize stupid people aren't worth your time and don't bother engaging with them. being curt and non-interactive isn't as bad as people think. and if you have to engage with them for your job, well hey, that's what you agreed to. don't like it, find different work.
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Hannah Blatherdock - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 12:59:25 EST ID:oEmJazXS No.527564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Try to whisper everything.


political drama by Nathaniel Grandville - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 13:12:31 EST ID:X5GUIOyG No.527536 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do I stop being addicted to political drama?
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Caroline Hallyworth - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:53:55 EST ID:uI0h601M No.527537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527536

You blow the dome.
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Emma Broffinghug - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 19:02:41 EST ID:2ZJfRoD5 No.527543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
realize central/commercial banks have the whole economy rigged and can tank markets (and politicians pensions, savings etc) whenever they want. not to mention lobbying by their major shareholders such as AIPAC.

economics > politics any day of the week. they are hired puppets.


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