FEELS. . That fee! when a woman sits next to a greasy creep rather than sitting next to you an a crowded bus.. What's the point? You'd just sit there and ride out the bus journey awkwardly without conversation and feel overwhelmed with relief when she leaves. Enjoy the s FEELS That fee! when a woman sits next to greasy creep rather than sitting you an crowded bus What's the point? You'd just sit there and ride out journey awkwardly without conversation feel overwhelmed with relief she leaves Enjoy s
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #14 - sciencexplain
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What's the point? You'd just sit there and ride out the bus journey awkwardly without conversation and feel overwhelmed with relief when she leaves. Enjoy the solitude of the bus seat. It's great.
#25 to #14 - thecrayzeeman
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I kind of like when attractive females sit next to me on the train/bus.

Gives my miserable self just a little bit of self-confidence.
User avatar #27 to #25 - sciencexplain
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Don't you feel like **** when you don't strike up a conversation though? You feel like you lost a lot?
#28 to #27 - thecrayzeeman
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Not really. I have my headphones on, my music blastin' and reading comics on my phone.

It's just the fact that she decided to sit next to me, makes me feel a little less revolting.
User avatar #40 to #28 - captainrattrap
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blastin'
#41 to #40 - thecrayzeeman
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Yes. Is there a problem, homie? Are you not down with the hippity-hop and the stepity-dub?
User avatar #42 to #41 - captainrattrap
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Whoo there youngster I do not approve of your abbreviations! Say everything that you are saying and leave nothing out!
#44 to #42 - thecrayzeeman
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Well, then, old timer, it's time for you to get with the times. And don't be hatin' on my abbrevatin'.
User avatar #45 to #44 - captainrattrap
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Apostrophes are atrocities!
#47 to #45 - thecrayzeeman
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Nah, oldie, apostrophes are where it's at, 'aight?
User avatar #48 to #47 - captainrattrap
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Well I never met a kid with such disrespect for elders and full words as you!
#49 to #48 - thecrayzeeman
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Ya betta' recognize!
User avatar #82 to #47 - OsamaBinLadenz
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I'm gonna kill you for not putting the apostrophe after the "a".
#122 to #82 - thecrayzeeman
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Pls no bombarino.
User avatar #123 to #122 - OsamaBinLadenz
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You win this time, white man.
User avatar #29 to #28 - sciencexplain
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Well if you don't plague yourself with the thought that you're doing something wrong, then you're better off than most people here.
#30 to #29 - thecrayzeeman
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Honestly, I'd be more worried if we did have a conversation, because I'd have to worry about saying something wrong, and I couldn't be myself because I'm a little bit of a weirdo, and normal people seem to think that being weird is weird. Weird, right?
User avatar #32 to #30 - sciencexplain
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Just throw care to the wind and be how you like. Usually, people try and dodge the "weird" part or be nice about it. They don't usually pick up on it like you do. Next chance you get, just try it. Chances are, you'll never meet the ****** again in your lifetime.
#33 to #32 - thecrayzeeman
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The thing is, I can't small talk to save my own life. If you get me in a convo about something I like, good luck getting me to shut up, but small talk is a no-no.
User avatar #35 to #33 - sciencexplain
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Small talk isn't so bad when you know what to talk about. The key to small talk is to probe. Bring up something in your life like something about a pet, question them about it and try and open up a pathway for conversation there. Just say "sorry if i seem sad or whatever, my dog's ill" or something (don't lie, it's harder if you do) and then if they say "oh im sorry" or whatever, just ask them about it. Eventually, you develop a knack for finding links between points and you can string them together to make a functioning conversation.
#38 to #35 - thecrayzeeman
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I might try it, but I don't know, disturbing people on public transports always seemed a little rude to me, especially if they have headphones, or a book.
User avatar #39 to #38 - sciencexplain
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Well if they're doing something, just don't. If they're sat there looking bored or killing time on their phone, they might appreciate the interest. If they politely say that they're trying to do something or they aren't interested, don't take it personally. If they show an interest, keep going. If they ignore you, know that they aren't worth your time.
#65 - priestoftheoldones
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TFW you than realize it's because you're also a greasy creap.
TFW you than realize it's because you're also a greasy creap.
#72 to #65 - WillWalrus
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Comment Picture
User avatar #2 - klina
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This is actually the original, and it's implied that OP is undergoing chemo.
User avatar #11 to #2 - Kasura
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>and it's implied that OP is undergoing chemo.

It's wojak, the "feel" guy. The whole thing about this pick with him having cancer was from newfags assuming so.
User avatar #6 to #2 - blazekingxxx
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No it isnt that was just some dumb bitch
User avatar #12 - dissectedtesticle
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or maybe you're the greasier creep.
#52 to #12 - theruse
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#54 to #52 - dissectedtesticle
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are you attempting to engage in fisticuffs of unmatched brutality with me, whimsical interlocutor?
are you attempting to engage in fisticuffs of unmatched brutality with me, whimsical interlocutor?
#55 to #54 - theruse
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#57 to #55 - dissectedtesticle
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#56 to #12 - anon id: 04d31e73
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you found the point gj
User avatar #58 to #56 - dissectedtesticle
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wondrous
#22 - settantaventi
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look all the M'Lady
#8 - scootabot
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There are several possibilities here.

1. You're ugly.
2. She felt safer with the 'greasy creep".
3. She knows him.
4. You probably need to take a shower.
5. She's a Pokemon fan and he was playing one of the newest versions.
6. You're weird.
7. You're trying to hard.
8. You smiled at her when she came to get on.
9. You offered the seat.
10. Blugh.
11. Rughrh.
12. Gurughrhhrhuugh.
User avatar #20 to #8 - ishallsmiteyou
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Trying to hard what? And how does one hard someone or something?
#76 to #8 - anon id: 4fac72b8
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#78 to #8 - anon id: a44aab15
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or (attractive girl here) she is actually nervous to sit next to you.

It's interesting to see guys on here think that attractive girls have "it" all together and they forget that we too can be shy and have insecurities (ex: "does this dress make me look fat?!). Attractive girls (or people in general) are just as human as you are- if we don't sit next to you it might not actually be anything you have done wrong. The problem could be with us Perhaps our own inner turmoil might be preoccupying us from even noticing who we are sitting next to.
User avatar #88 to #78 - spartankillerbro
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I want to believe
User avatar #18 to #8 - rafeky
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I wouldn't sit next to someone that was trying to hard on a bus either
#51 - drsmall
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>4 years ago, be 16, on public bus to school
>10/10 girl walks on
>Holy ****, hot girls are never on the bus
>Sits next to me
>HOLY ******* ****, HOT GIRLS NEVER SIT NEXT TO ME
>Ok, charm time: Sit there for 15 minutes
>Turn to her waiting for to look at me so I can 'hi': Stare at her awkwardly for another 5 minutes
>She looks up, At last! Now just say 'hi', anon.
>Start to speak but only exhale loudly on her
>next stop she gets up and leaves
I hope to this day that was a coincidence
#62 - Moosoulja
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YFW you find out you're greasier and creepier than who she chose.
YFW you find out you're greasier and creepier than who she chose.
User avatar #50 - tmgrskat
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I didn't get it at first, but then it hit me. The man has cancer
User avatar #59 to #50 - toosexyforyou
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no
User avatar #107 to #59 - tmgrskat
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omg ur so inconsiderate
#4 - cazabrow
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YFW no qt bus companion to avoid eye-contact and not accidental brush shoulders against.