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Life changing decision by Beatrice Pandlelitch - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 00:18:43 EST ID:583UPQsG No.512447 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I am a youngblood at a crossroad in my life. 'The plan' is to go to university in half a year, but I've been thinking about doing something else. Just like someone who would rather persue art or music instead of academics I've been thinking of joining the YPG in Syria. My motivations are largely personal and ideological. I am scared of living a wage slave life like my whole family, I am scared of not doing anything in my life before I go. I'd also like to make some incredible connections with people, shit I can't experience here. My mother is an iraqi-kurd who suffered under the ba'ath party, and my grandfather was a marxist-leninist activist. I am politically motivated to support the revolution in Rojava. I guess I have been radicalized by getting high and reading political theory all day. I've been depressed for a very long time, and I don't see myself being able to be happy in this society. I don't have any other mental thing going on other than the bad vibes, and even I took acid and thought about it I would still want to go. I am pretty much tolerant of the fact that I might die. I expect you posters to degrade this choice as romanticism or just "a phase". I expect my family to degrade this too. If I do decide to go, should I tell them?
Maybe 'Homage to Catalonia' has inspired me too much.
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John Dartford - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:17:24 EST ID:583UPQsG No.512536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512508
Yeah but this wouldn't exactly be a career choice

>make it a real one and make sure you get benefits
yeah I'm going to join the regular army first.
I wonder how my country would behave though. I've only read about international freedom fighters having their passports removed in my and neighbouring countries. It isn't a terrorist organization so I wouldn't be fucking up my life completely
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Samuel Norringwill - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 13:11:35 EST ID:hn7u4wY1 No.512538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512536
PROTIP: You can have all the aproval of big brother and have your life fucked beyond repair. Likewise, you can be chased by It and live one of the best lives among everyone alive now.
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Samuel Dartshaw - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 20:37:47 EST ID:tJVWyHNr No.512545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You don't have to participate in combat. They would appreciate any kind of help you would provide. Even if you went there, took some videos/photos and just helped them be more recognized, it would be enough. And it would be an irreplaceble life experience for you.


That being said, you are young as shit and maybe stay where you are for a couple more years just to read/learn more? IDK man do you really believe that armed revolution is the answer?
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Fuck Pickman - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 09:28:23 EST ID:SvrL9OfC No.512562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512514
I enlisted after dropping out of my first semester of college thinking I could get them to help with student loans or at least get them deferred like a retard... so yeah, basically.
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Sidney Chindlefield - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 18:43:08 EST ID:zbKXnohS No.512570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>literally go to rojava

Stop browsing /leftypol/ and get a dose of reality before you end up dead in a ditch. muuuhh orwell is not a good enough reason to suicide via Syrian army.


About to Freefall by Shitting Nicklestone - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 19:42:56 EST ID:hRDPwd/f No.512513 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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About to get out of my 4 years trainwreck of a relationship, with so much ridiculous shit I don't even know where to begin. It's in its last dwindling days. We have agreed to be civil. I have begun an apartment and vehicle search (we will sell the vehicle we own jointly). I am full time employed and can afford the apartment. In fact without wasting my money on a girlfriend this will probably put me significantly ahead financially.

I've never lived on my own by myself before. Excited, fearful, and numb is how I am. Any thoughts, advice, or shit?
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Isabella Heblingsodge - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 20:05:34 EST ID:HrwTH8ua No.512515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It sounds like a lot will change in your life.
If you have any bad habits you want to get rid of or if you want to add any good habits to your daily life, I suggest this is the time to do it.

Make sure you don't end up living in the past. Stay active, keep your mind busy, don't let the rollercoaster of emotions take it's toll on you.
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Rebecca Hommerson - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 00:47:09 EST ID:rAFs4mS3 No.512551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should recognize that there will be moments when strong emotions will come to you.
What is important is to treat them as you would treat a strong trip. They will go away, they have much to teach you, don't deny them.
Be strong. Love yourself.
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Debbie Downer - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 04:44:47 EST ID:STF3ejnn No.512555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make sure you don't fall in love with the next girl you bang

living alone is cool, if you have some financial flexibility you should get a nice crib, nice tv set, videogames , and throw some parties from time to time. Get to know new people
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Alice Blackdock - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 05:36:39 EST ID:mu8hf6Xw No.512557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's freefalling, but its freedom. It's that feeling that you really can do anything now. Losing someone you've cared about is hard. But you can improve yourself when you're alone. Sure, its gonna be a little bit of a fall. But that doesn't mean that it can't be constructive. You can make positives out of this.Use this time to improve your life and yourself. I know it hurts, but its not all bad.


Long story and need advice by Doris Fippershit - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 01:47:08 EST ID:RVEMMAaH No.512522 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, It's the typical chick problem let me tell me explain

Thanks in advance for reading, I don't know how to start this

>Well I started talking to this chick when I was about 16-17, I was a cool guy good to have a few beers with liked to party socialized, puffed some trees shit like that but my main thing was smoking marijuana..

>I'd always see this chick at parties here and there we were cool had little talks, laughs, she was my cousins good friend so she was always around, we kept it real civil added each other on Facebook etc

>She started messaging me saying what's up, small talk I'd reply all the time she'd ask me if I wanted to smoke some weed with her and I would, again kept it civil.. we'd talk almost everyday we had a good friendship

>At 18 yrs old, we still maintained our friendship by this time we started talking about a lot of things, started to get to know each other, we'd talk about Greek Mythology tattoo ideas she had in mind, I'd how her my writings I wrote all that kind of stuff so we got semi close

>When I was 19 I got into a relationship with this "other chick" it only lasted for like a year.. at the time I practically stopped talking to the girl this whole threads about, sure there was the little message asking how we been up to, how's life etc it was real small talk..

>I'm 20 yrs old, I hear she moved to United States and now she's in a relationship, I thought to myself that's good for her, I was happy for her.. I live on with my life as time passed I break up from my relationship, I was down and out at the time, it took time to get myself back together.. One day she messages me asking what I been up to, telling me how the States was telling me about her job, she never mentioned anything about her relationship I assumed it didn't work out, anyways so we kick off out friendship once again started talking all the time for months and we started calling each other reconnecting, Face Time, Skyping each other I finally started to feel a slight connection
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Debbie Downer - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 05:51:41 EST ID:STF3ejnn No.512526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I need advice to attempt to get her back

Usually I suggest to people that instead of trying getting an old girl back, they'd better spend their time finding a new girl. The amount of effort would pretty much be the same and it is always better to get new pussy. Old pussy is nice but not so shiny
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John Dartford - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:26:35 EST ID:583UPQsG No.512537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512522
Don't give up. I think she'll get back with you if you're upfront about previously being an alcoholic cokehead with a lot of issues. Emphasize that you're fixed and hope for the best. Even if she rejects you then keep trying


I had to leave a sociopath/narcissist by Cyril Blinkinhad - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 04:57:03 EST ID:uTcWP+UH No.512502 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I broke up with my girlfriend recently who i think is a sociopath/narcissist, shes told me before she doesnt think she can love, also made one of her ex's commit suicide :S
i think she initiated our relationship for sex/excitement, found someone else recently and just stayed with me to get her christmas presents lol...

I'm just having a really hard time accepting that I loved/love someone like that.. I obviously know there are psychopaths around, if you look around you see the effects of them everywhere, but its just so crazy when one traps you - goes out of their way to make you feel loved only to shit on you, its just absolutely fuckin nuts

My confidence is at an all time low from doubting my instincts. She would lie to me or slip up but she would always deny deny deny, i ended up not having any idea what was real or fake and im still like that to an extent
everytime i convince myself that my gut instincts are right, this sadness sweeps over me like crazy, and sometimes now I think about the benefits of her just being a fuckbuddy, but i know that isnt a good decision and just want to do that because Im lonely

I know i just need to get out more and stop talking to her

but i was just hoping someone here could relate and share a story
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Cyril Blinkinhad - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 10:28:03 EST ID:uTcWP+UH No.512506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>512503

Hey man, thanks for the reply

I got to say that my girlfriend had diagnosed bipolar and it is heavily linked with narcissism/psychopathy

The things you are saying seem quite similar to my experience, the causing chaos as you leave that keeps you anxious.
is there another man in her life that you are suspicious of?

does she ever purposefully hurt your feelings?

do you have that gut feeling that she is lying sometimes?

I know what you mean about feeling bad about leaving because its not like these people choose to not feel empathy, and deep down i believe they are really afraid, but at the end of the day, i think you/we're just not important enough to these people to be a catalyst for change.
We are just a play thing and will be cast away as soon as we arent fun anymore
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Martha Cushlock - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 12:54:55 EST ID:SvrL9OfC No.512507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512502
Definitely don't fall into the trap of benefiting from her staying your fuck buddy. There's a difference between sociopaths and psychopaths, the difference being psychopaths are born that way and really aren't capable of love or properly understanding or respecting others as human beings and truly respecting social boundaries or others' property. Sociopaths are made through trauma or something like brain damage. A lot of the time they can recover to some degree and be better people, and some are still capable of love and loyalty to somebody other than themselves, but the people that they respect and possibly love are very few in number.

Typically sociopaths are less well-adjusted and can struggle when it comes to having or maintaining any glib charm. They're still capable of remorse and fear of repercussions on some level too, it's more selective, although the degree of how much they can choose to react that way isn't always set in stone (in other words they can choose to feel remorse or fear repercussions/authority, but sometimes it doesn't matter if they choose to or not, they can't). Because of how on the look out we are for sociopaths, and how easy it is to mistake some people's behavior as being sociopathic, I think many people convince themselves or are convinced by others that they are a sociopath when they aren't really. As a matter of fact, it may just be the case that being a sociopath is a sort of gradient since its dependent on mental or physical trauma and one can learn and reinforce the behavior through embracing being one and believing (and causing a self-fulfilling prophecy) that they are one.

Either way, only they can tell if they were born that way or became that way, so you shouldn't fuck around with the idea of being able to fix her or hanging around because her sex can be a nice escape from time to time. Cut ties with her, she'll have to figure out her problems herself. I'm such a person that embraced and truly believed I was a sociopath after a heavy concussion, resulting mental fuckupedness afterward, and the rampant drug abuse afterward. For all intents and purposes I had become one, but eventually decided to c…
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Betsy Crevingcocke - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 21:22:42 EST ID:5Wtawf5H No.512517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512506
I think she does feel empathy, just not when shes in that mood.

It's a bit strange. Mom diagnosis with bipolar, so is my sister, and now my girlfriend probably has it too.
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Lydia Honeycocke - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 08:12:16 EST ID:uTcWP+UH No.512529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512507
Thanks for that informative post man you sound like a cool dude and I wish you the best
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Graham Worthingway - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 13:20:30 EST ID:hRDPwd/f No.512568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512503

ok this is creepy. you just described my situation pretty accurately.


Can't get over it. by Eliza Pingerford - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 17:29:35 EST ID:Gmy470mg No.512473 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So (very) long story short this random jesus freak guy started posting on my friend's FB thread last night all sorts of offensive and transphobic stuff about how she is evil and corrupting his cousin (their one mutual FB friend), and we were just ignoring him so he switched from trolling to legitimate harassment and started saying that her dad was an alcoholic who raised her wrong and beat her mom and things like that. Which obviously made me and other's pretty upset, so we reported him to FB but their system for that is freaking useless.

So I'm trying to just move on and let it go but I can't get over what he said. This guy got WAY out of line with my friend and there needs to be some justice for that. So does anyone possibly have a suggestion besides reporting him to FB?

Just venting has already sort of helped. Thanks guys.
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Hannah Fizzlefoot - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:40:22 EST ID:mu8hf6Xw No.512495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512482
Hit the nail on the head. Knocked the ball out of the park. This isn't something to get worried about, just block em or laugh it off. This isn't much of anything. I mean, I'd laugh about this if someone was doing it to me or someone I know. It's just somebody acting like an asshole on facebook, I don't think you really need to do anything here. Feeding it with vitriol is the wrong reaction though. Gotta get that dirt off your shoulders op.
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George Pittfoot - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 00:45:21 EST ID:583UPQsG No.512498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512473
is this real life
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Martha Cushlock - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 13:22:17 EST ID:SvrL9OfC No.512509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512486
I can kind of understand reacting that way to the post above you, but you're really going to react that way to everybody? The most offensive thing I said is that "for the love of god internet harassment isn't a crime or cyber "violence"". Otherwise I was giving a legit response that would actually help you, and so has just about everyone else.

You've proven with this post you're the one with a problem here, you're honestly being about as mature as the jesus freak. I can see why he got under your skin now. Please, for your own sake, take our (or at least my) advice to heart. It's the only thing that's going to help. It'll both deescalate the situation and get the guy to leave your friend alone. What "justice" does there need to be enacted on this guy? How do you, as somebody obviously morally superior to the jesus freak, think he should be punished? Why is that punishment justified? The truth is, people that talk about justice are usually people you need to look out for and the least interested in actual justice. Justice is usually shorthand for revenge because of some personal vendetta. Do you honestly think you're a better person than mr. jesus freak if you do the same thing back to him or do something worse? Because he "deserves" it? You realize many violent individuals (could be racially motivated or actually even out of some kind of twisted revenge for something that's happened) justify their plans to kill or maim others by saying the people they attack "deserve" it too, and they're coming from the same line of thought as you? Don't be that person.
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Sage - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 13:31:32 EST ID:UAm7KS6U No.512511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My suggestion is for her to grow thicker skin, stop engaging conversation with idiots, and learn to use the block feature on Facebook.
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Debbie Downer - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 05:56:35 EST ID:STF3ejnn No.512527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>what is the delete comment button
>what is the block button
>what is not giving a shit about people online calling you disgusting piece of shit

I would expect these to be basic imageboard culture


Uncle Ghastly, agony aunt by Sidney Woffingpod - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 03:38:27 EST ID:jCx+uAh1 No.512523 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://ghastly-h-crackers.tumblr.com/post/156021066722/hi-uncle-ghastly-im-starting-therapy-and-it

I'm snigal bootsing from Tumbltard land.
I thought this spiel from Uncle Ghastly, who has been through his share of horrid crap, bore repeating.


Life feels bland by Wesley Siblinghet - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:02:24 EST ID:OdTqHXR9 No.512428 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Lately my life has felt more pointless than ever. I feel like I have no real friends or sense of purpose at all. Every day just seems so boring and pointless and bland. Nothing exciting ever happens to me and all I do is work. When I dont work I just sit at home by myself and wish I had a reason to live. It's been a few years since ive tripped on acid. Do you guys think a nice trip with some friends could help my situation?
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Charles Fizzlekat - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 07:02:09 EST ID:hhQhcuad No.512430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512428
I think you're over complicating things. If you turn to drugs when it's obvious that your life is actually pointless and bland you won't fix things.

How about just
>a nice some friends
And do some things you enjoy. Or find some things to enjoy. Go explore nature, take up a sport, become a music nerd or learn an instrument, go to art galleries, something that grabs you. Some but not all these interests need to be social.

If you have an acid trip with decent friends you'll have decent friends and have already fixed the solution.
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Martha Cushlock - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 20:08:31 EST ID:SvrL9OfC No.512483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512430
I agree. Drugs aren't going to ever fix anything in your life. They might supplement or even complement things, but when you've got an issue like life feeling pointless, doing drugs, especially on a regular basis, is more than likely if not definitely make things worse. Get some friends... actual reasons to live. Make some goals and work to achieve them, get a decent hobby. These things are a more solid foundation mane.
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Awe' God !!vVWR8L52 - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 09:02:17 EST ID:RikjnkCB No.512504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512428
>Nothing exciting ever happens to me
>and all I do is work.
Hmm, itredasting...

How about acting on your excitement instead? Life has an interesting way of bringing things into focus. The more you focus on your excitement, the more life will offer you of the same. The more you chose boring shit, the more life will offer you of the same.
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Martha Cushlock - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 13:30:41 EST ID:SvrL9OfC No.512510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512504
Eh, I don't know how much that is true. Thinks become routine awfully quick. We need novelty, danger, or risk (that may not really be dangerous, but takes you out of your comfort zone) for excitement. The more you chase exciting things, the more normalized that excitement becomes. It becomes routine, something to be expected, something that stops being enough. The way for things to remain balanced instead of chasing some dragon that you can never catch is to realize there's a time for things. Sometimes it's okay to be bored, and sometimes you should chase excitement. Otherwise it just leads to a lot of drug use, driving crazy, doing adrenaline junky stuff in general, etc. Sometimes excitement isn't always the cure for boredom either. Sometimes you just need something that can occupy your mind and time, hobbies to accomplish and learn things, and hobbies for a bit of fun.

In that vein, playing music is a great thing to pick up and dedicate to learning that helps cure boredom. It requires most of your brain to perform, can be emotionally evocative/stimulating, can be a great source of pride, is something you can always study and learn more about, and can improve the experience of listening to music too.


what do by Polly Gudgeledge - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 21:41:23 EST ID:/2hUIXNN No.512376 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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26 y/o

Not a virgin, not ugly, not friendless, not jobless

Yet I feel unfulfilled. I cant stand being in a relationship because the girls usually annoy me. Im funny but people who dont know me might think im annoying. My confidence is like a "switch" that I can turn on/off but its usually off. On the outside everything looks okay but I dont think it is.

I also lost my license so im carless for the next year.

Just venting guys, thanks
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Hugh Branningbed - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 21:48:01 EST ID:VWNkZ513 No.512377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
job/sex/looks don't make you less empty
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James Honeydale - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 11:12:54 EST ID:35+jbzpY No.512391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you considered smoking more ?
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Cornelius Nabblenot - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 16:39:34 EST ID:zbKXnohS No.512416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you haven't accomplished anything so there's nothing to feel proud over

like you're 26 and you're bragging about not being a virgin and having a job - who cares?

i wasn't a virgin and had a job by age 16. what have you done for your life or for others' lives?
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David Ducklock - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 21:26:44 EST ID:HrwTH8ua No.512485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>26

>Not a virgin, not ugly, not friendless, not jobless

>Im funny
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David Ducklock - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:40:00 EST ID:HrwTH8ua No.512494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Seriously though, OP, what is it that's really bothering you?

Where do you think your lack of fulfillment stems from? If you can switch your confidence on and off, surely that means you are quite confident? Why would you turn it off? Confidence is attractive in a person. As long as it doesn't merge into arrogance.

If you believe strangers might think you're annoying, that sounds like you aren't that confident in yourself.


I just can't forget her by Clara Blirryridge - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 22:50:31 EST ID:zJC0ebjS No.512487 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's been a while since I "broke up" with a friend that was just about to be my girlfriend, but really we did stuff as if we were already a couple.
>inb4 I was not cakefarted at any moment.
She was also in love with me, we did love, she was my first girl. Really I don't know why she started to treat so bad, I don't know what the fuck happened. I have to say that:
>I'm no fuckboy (some people say I'm gay because I don't talk to girls).
I was a gentleman with her. She fell in love with me because I was the only person that didn't left her behind due to her "past", she's been through really bad things. We had a connection, we are both skaters, we used to skate together. In other words she was my soulmate but what really pisses me off is WHY THE FUCK SHE LEFT ME? I DON'T KNOW WHAT I DID WRONG. I HAD EVERYTHING TO MAKE HER HAPPY AND MAKE HER LIFE A LITTLE LESS ROUGH.
I just can't get over it really. Friends that used to help me when I had issues they told me she was a bitch, and why the fuck did I miss her or still loved her. Really, I have true and very strong feelings. I've dated several girls, but this girl was my soulmate, someone very special, I've never felt something that strong for someone. You don't know how big is my desire that she comes back to me. I dream her a lot. I can't get her out of my mind.
Things got cool, we're fine, but I really want to see her again as a friend but I'm scared that I'm gonna fall again for her. I want her back.
Thanks guys.
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Clara Blirryridge - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 22:53:33 EST ID:zJC0ebjS No.512488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>cakefarted: f riend zone d
idk why the word was changed
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Hannah Fizzlefoot - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:30:32 EST ID:mu8hf6Xw No.512492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Obsessing over someone you can't have isn't going to ever make you happy. She wasn't your soul mate if you believe in that stuff or, she would never have left you. There are plenty of other girls out there. And being stuck on this one isn't ever going to help you find one. So? Forget about her, move on.


Lonely by Cedric Craffingworth - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:01:16 EST ID:o5Xy+DC2 No.512489 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 19 years old. Not ugly, not overweight. I have a job. I am just lonely. I've never had a romantic relationship of any kind. I've had plenty of friends. And I've had plenty of those friends whom I've felt romantically interested in. But I've never actually been dating someone or talking to them or anything of the sort. I dont want to just have a relationship. I would even be fine with a best friend. But no one in my life has ever particularly cared about me. People see me as like "a fun guy" or whatever or text me when they need some thing. I once went an entire year without seeing any one outside of work/votech. No one in my life has ever wanted to hangout with me or wanted to love me. Its always been the other way around.

Am I doomed to remain lonely forevor or is it possible to find someone who cares about me as much as i care about them?
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Simon Blatherman - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:25:48 EST ID:1+1o3YMx No.512490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512489

Do you live alone? You said you have friends, if you're lonely you should get them to live with you and have fun.
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Cedric Craffingworth - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:29:35 EST ID:o5Xy+DC2 No.512491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512490
How do you get people to want to live with you? I dont think i know anyone well enough to get them to live with me.


time to do this shit again by William Trotshit - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 03:06:53 EST ID:Uxdidd/B No.512456 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is a pretty long story but Im gonna try condensing it as much as I can. So I've basically been in love with this girl for about 7 years, we met at university 'cause we were both the only international students from Europe. We hung out all the time, and eventually I got around to telling her I like her. She casually brushed it off and I then got apocalyptically drunk to try and forget about spilling my spaghetti. Anyway the year ends and she goes back home. I stick around for a couple of years before transferring back to my home country. Eventually after a lot of wrangling I manage to secure a visa (I'm in the EU, she is not) to go see her. It was a fun time but a little weird due to the culture shock of being there.

A few months after that I told her I liked her again, because I genuinely forgot I did the first time thanks to me being irresponsible with alcohol. Again, she just calmly brushed it off, not really the reaction I was going for, but I mean it wasn't terrible either.

The last of all that happened like 5 years ago. Speed forward a bit. During this time I've been dating a few girls casually but couldn't lock down anything serious, and was pretty apathetic about it.

We sorta keep in contact over the years and then she just appears out of nowhere in my home country, doing research for her PhD. So I show her around the capital city and the tourist attractions, take her out for meals and drinks, etc. Generally just having a good time reminiscing. I mean by this point in time I'm telling myself that I've moved on but really I know that's a lie.

Last year she shows up again and is the first one to contact me. We spent New Years Eve together, watched some fireworks, and I actually got to kiss her at midnight, which was cool. Eventually this year I'm going to go see her again in her home country, they just recently lifted some visa restrictions so I can literally just fucking fly there instead of doing bullshit trips to the embassy.

so thats my problem. I've held off on the stupid displays of affection for 5 years, I'm getting the urge to do something dumb and tell her I'm in love with her again, but, should I? There'…
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Thomas Gomblestire - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:40:16 EST ID:mZyawqHl No.512465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512456
>A few months after that I told her I liked her again, because I genuinely forgot I did the first time thanks to me being irresponsible with alcohol. Again, she just calmly brushed it off, not really the reaction I was going for, but I mean it wasn't terrible either.

Sorry man but you never forgot about the rejection she handed you.

You just weren't man enough to accept it and thus ran away from the issue by "drinking" and convincing yourself of the fact that she doesn't want/accepts your feelings because its not mutual.

DUDE LET IT GO

You are not helping yourself nor her by hanging onto something that is 7 years old.

You guys aren't even that close.

Plus, saving up to travel to another country just to "see the girl you OMFG LOVE SOOOO MUCHH" is one of the most creeperish things I can think of.
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Thomas Gomblestire - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:46:29 EST ID:mZyawqHl No.512466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512456
>We hung out all the time, and eventually I got around to telling her I like her. She casually brushed it off

1 time

>A few months after that I told her I liked her again, because I genuinely forgot I did the first time thanks to me being irresponsible with alcohol. Again, she just calmly brushed it off, not really the reaction I was going for

2 times, you cant even accept her true feelings

>not really the reaction I was going for, but I mean it wasn't terrible either.

You are fucking blind man, and your reluctance to get the hint that she wants nothing of you in that manner is going to end you up nowhere.

>I'm getting the urge to do something dumb and tell her I'm in love with her again, but, should I?
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David Snodworth - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 14:43:23 EST ID:hhQhcuad No.512467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512456
You don't love this girl. You love the idea of her. You love a girl who is like her but not her and only exists in your head.

I was hung up for years on a girl but at least she was actually leading me on. Let it go. She's warmed to you because she thinks you're over her. Cut her loose if you can't let the feelings go but make sure you're clear you know it's your fault. Then move on.


My Stupid Ass Mom by Cyril Chullerkine - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 04:22:56 EST ID:1nnVhQQp No.512013 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My dumbass mom told her boss who she trusted about my disciplinary problems when I was younger. As result he decided to start fucking with me. This guy used to fuck me in my sisters room and then he would force me to beat off in my sisters room; because I'm gay. I fought back once, then threw me in the psychward. Then I started waking up in jail.

My mom is a dumbass Republican who decided to work for a Democratic politician.
Now I'm about to get fucked over because I have emotional problems and they decided my "boypussy" isn't good enough anymore. How fucking convenient right?
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John Huttingbury - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 15:36:49 EST ID:F6BBbLXR No.512437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>512432
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSjd8U3RbzI
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Sidney Breckleman - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 16:58:03 EST ID:zbKXnohS No.512439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512436
8 c h a n wordfilters to stormfront
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David Brosslewater - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 20:54:40 EST ID:Jc84oZkA No.512441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512432
>I did tell someone, someone I thought I could trust. My mothers ex-husband, he told me he would handle it. He's a cop. I'm walking home from the store one night and next thing I wake up on a stretcher being loaded into an ambulance with a tazer dart in my chest
The intentionally vague nature of this post makes me question your story, OP. I don't mean to be insensitive, but it all seems too conveniently awful.
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Clara Heshstock - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 00:20:20 EST ID:mu8hf6Xw No.512448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>512441
Yeah I'm struggling a little bit seeing this as real thats for sure. But, I'll throw the pratical advice to you of going to the police/social workers to deal with it. With your testimony on file you can at the least get this guy in some trouble. And you'll have to find another place to live, but that's kind of a given in this situation.

Don't want to get him in trouble? Then you'll have to work this out of your system, therapy, or whatever works for you. Then you go forward with your life and build it all up again. If it's all made up? Meh, I didn't waste that much time typing this out.
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Clara Hiffingshit - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 08:55:48 EST ID:ipp5TPlA No.513824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kill him.


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