Just some feels I've been having. . or A GREAT mason THINK " MYSELF. an " infii- l IT IS " BE Sill All THE TIME made an imgur. I use humour to hide my pain. Luckily I'm hilarious, so that works! Just some feels I've been having or A GREAT mason THINK " MYSELF an infii- l IT IS BE Sill All THE TIME made imgur I use humour to hide my pain Luckily I'm hilarious so that works!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - mankey
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I use humour to hide my pain. Luckily I'm ******* hilarious, so that works!
I use humour to hide my pain. Luckily I'm ******* hilarious, so that works!
#145 to #15 - anon id: 8e66bc13
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Same here.
User avatar #187 to #15 - hilariousrubbish
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note: this doesnt work for anyone who thinks their funny
#210 to #15 - anon id: 9e978aae
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How ******* poetic, you 'use humour to hide the pain', did your girlfriends tell you that line? Grow a ******* spine you wuss, everyone is unhappy, rich businessmen with millions in the bank are killing themselves. You think your 'unhappy' life is sadder than everyone else's? Go join the leagues of the forgotten and the worthless and KILL YOURSELF.
User avatar #218 to #210 - mankey
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Yes, my many girlfriends, whilst I had sex with them on my piles of money.

Oh and just because there are people who are worse off than you, doesn't mean your depression doesn't mean anything. It's like saying there are plenty of happier people out there, so stop laughing at that joke!

Don't be a hypocritical prick, take your hateful opinion and ram it back up your arse, along with your head, thank you.
User avatar #127 to #15 - deadinferno
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Well you damn well proved it right there
#131 to #15 - reactderp
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Yeah.... i feel you
#181 to #15 - kanionis
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Yeah same here,in my world they call me Mr. Hilarious Guy Tips fedora and leaves
#264 to #15 - grimmwaters
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That's how I feel whenever I get insulted.

Just laugh it off. Laughter is the best medicine..
#274 to #264 - popnotes
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You're a dummy head.
User avatar #270 to #15 - canhasdrums
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At least you have good taste in TV shows
#301 to #15 - mathes
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Laughter fixes everything
Laughter fixes everything
User avatar #302 to #301 - mankey
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putting the laughter in slaughter
#314 to #301 - twiztidxson
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#70 to #15 - Bforbacon
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Hey man that's my boat, get out
#88 to #15 - applescryatnight
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i do the same thing except im not funny.
#183 to #88 - durkadurka
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We need to go deeper.
User avatar #272 to #88 - applecopy
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you have apple in your name, let's be friend 4 eva ok ? k ok
User avatar #300 to #272 - mathes
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cancer
User avatar #327 to #300 - applecopy
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aids
#9 - twiztidxson
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Be like me. Ignore all your problems...
Be like me. Ignore all your problems...
User avatar #188 to #9 - mettih
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Running from my problems is just making it worse
#289 to #188 - gharshi
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#219 to #188 - anon id: 3b8b35a5
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What if your problem is a person with a knife coming at you?
#20 - jimmydeenbomb
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op, i feel you, i feel every part of you, thats some nice skin op, it's smooth op
#155 to #20 - drmedic
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Comment Picture
#114 - walcorn
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#214 - fyaq
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You mean you are like literally every semi-depressed teenager?

What a great confession.
#3 - kavrick
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It's the same for me, but i'v recently been put on antidepressants
It's the same for me, but i'v recently been put on antidepressants
User avatar #122 to #3 - threeeighteen
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Just in case no one has informed you, or someone not informed reads this. Those kinda meds aren't miracle cures, they do help but you still need to work on it yourself. That was ******* ******** when I found out.
User avatar #185 to #122 - hudis
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Did your therapist never tell you that? Mine repeated it like ten times over before I actually started taking them.
User avatar #326 to #185 - threeeighteen
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I was told, but before going to one I saw it as some miracle cure.
#10 - anon id: 96363a97
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all of you should man the **** up
User avatar #154 to #10 - cocoman
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How about you just shut the **** up since you probably don't know ****.
#237 to #10 - arthdan
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User avatar #18 to #10 - ScottP
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That's exactly how we got ourselves in this problem mate. Society has these enforced rules that men should always hide their emotions and "man up". What this does is bottle up emotions and makes them fester into something that is often volatile. When guys are told to suppress their emotions, they have trouble expressing it when they finally need to, or they overflow and push everyone around them away.

Guys have emotions too. It's nothing to be ashamed of. I'd actually respect a guy who is willing to cry than one who pretends to be macho all the time.
#12 to #10 - bumple
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I think that's mostly the problem. You don't get the freedom to vent out your problems to others because you got to be the strong one.. And it is paradoxical if it's the only thing that makes you feel good
User avatar #277 to #12 - gharshi
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bitching about it on the internet does not help as much a actually talking to someone. go talk to a counselor or therapist. the internet is filled with other depressed teenagers who will make you even more depressed.

proof: top comments
#133 - camzore
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Glorious happy and content master race reporting in. The edginess in the comments is hilarious, get over yourselves, if you can spill your emotions into a comments section chances are you are in a position in which you are not in poverty and have the basics provided to you. You aren't a starving Ethiopian, you aren't getting blown up for believing in something. Attention whoring is bad and you should feel bad. I'll take my red thumbs and leave now
User avatar #230 to #133 - kristovsky
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agree 100%
User avatar #262 to #133 - garymotherfingoak
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venting and sharing stories =/= attention whoring
User avatar #139 to #133 - hargleblarg
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I wont thumb you down because, you know, your opinion and whatnot, but I do think you're looking at the situation the wrong way.

Just because people aren't starving Ethiopians doesn't mean they aren't suffering. That's like saying to a starving Ethiopian "Hey it's not so bad, at least you aren't a victim of the Holocaust". You can be in a wealthy family and still be miserable, or even be abused in said position. Money isn't the key to happiness, though having a full stomach does help.

However I agree on the attention-whoring part. If you use something like depression for attention then that's bad, but that's not to say EVERYONE with depression is craving attention. Depression tends to be the opposite in fact, with people just curling inward to avoid bothering people, not telling anybody. That's the stage a lot of suicidal people reach, because they had nobody to talk to when they needed it.
User avatar #280 to #139 - gharshi
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the problem with first world societies is that we aren't social enough. especially with the technological revolution we've been having in the past decade, we don't get to connect to others and share emotions and thoughts. no, strangers on the interwebs wont cut it . so what happens is that we over think about our problems and make them bigger and bigger. we bottle up everything inside and suddenly it explodes, which leads to self harm or even suicide.

you think a starving kid in somalia sits down in his bedroom and cries about what Abi Abdullah said about his back? no, because they have actual life threatening problems that they have to deal with. we don't have those problems, but we are biologically created to deal with problems like that. but when there are no big problems, we make tiny problems into big problems, then end up like a bunch of twats who are complaining about stupid **** while there are children getting raped and eat dirt trying to live to see another day.

and I'm ranting again, **** sorry I'll stop now
User avatar #285 to #280 - hargleblarg
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You're right. There will ALWAYS be someone worse-off than you, no matter who you are. First-world socieities don't have to struggle to make it another day, life is pretty sweet. Like you said we're designed to deal with problems, so when you take away the life-threatening ones you're left focusing on the trivial.

The problem is that regardless of who you are, where you're born or even what you ate for breakfast (or didn't eat in the starving Ethiopian's case) suffering is still suffering. A lot of people with depression have real issues, such as abuse or rape, that cause it. Yes there are those who go overboard over small things (the name Amanda Todd springs to mind), but they're actually the minority. The rest simply endure an struggle through whatever horrors they've witnessed and the world passes them by.

Although you do bring to light a good point. We don't socilaise like we used to. The internet is slowly consuming physical interation with others, and suddenly everyone with a mental disorder is "cool". So of course you get posers who pretend to be depressed, and the world focuses on those assholes instead of the ones who need help the most.
User avatar #261 to #139 - garymotherfingoak
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^
User avatar #142 to #139 - camzore
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Sure, in retrospect my viewpoint is narrow-minded, but I guess I was trying to say that attention whoring goes hand in hand with complaining about your 'depression' on an internet medium.
Hence the fact that they are capable of complaining on the internet implies that many of these individuals have little reason to be in a state of severe depression Of course this is up for debate, I know none of these individuals personally . Imma stop trying to prove my point now as I'm no expert by any means and I am coming of as an arrogant prick.
User avatar #148 to #142 - hargleblarg
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You haven't come off as arrogant, like I said I think you just approached the topic in the wrong way.

Complaining on the internet is a way of venting without actually telling somebody you know, it's much harder to tell a family member that you've been having suicidal thoughts than it is to tell a bunch of strangers on the internet. But yeah, a fair number of people do it for the attention, to feel special, so you're not wrong there.
User avatar #146 to #142 - leftbehind
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So if I have internet then I shouldn't feel depressed? Your logic is too complicated for me to understand.
User avatar #151 to #146 - camzore
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Not at all, I'm saying that if you are capable of accessing the internet and complaining about your emotions on an internet forumie Not being in a state of poverty and having emotional self-awareness yet not doing anything about it , there shouldn't be much reason to be in a state of major depression . As comment 139 points out, that is somewhat narrow-minded and flawed, but I still believe in the general idea around it.
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User avatar #153 to #149 - leftbehind
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1. Being self aware of your emotions and knowing how to change them are two different things.

2. Don't know, I only talk on the internet about my problems because I can't talk about them with anybody in real life.
User avatar #156 to #153 - camzore
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Fair enough, People have different ways of dealing with emotions and such, which means my initial remark about attention whoring kinda shallow. Imma defuse this discussion before it turns into an argument; I'm tired and irrational right now and I can see the points both of you have made and I will probably integrate them with my viewpoints. Have a nice night/evening/afternoon and lets hope you don't encounter any morons like me for a while.
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#118 - nimithecat
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Actually, in my twisted logic; this is a good mindset if kept balanced properly.
Being sad may make you feel down, but it also causes you to be considerate of other's suffering, discomfort, and you begin to channel your desires to be happy through the proper treatment of other people.
IN essence, you are making the world a better place for yourself as well as others.
It's supposedly a cruel world out there, but it's staying that way because we all believe the same negative things about eachother. If one guy is nice enough to be nice to another fellow, over time it's possible to improve the lives of others one by one.

If you can't use yourself as a status symbol to evaluate yourself by, then maybe you can use the people you help as the status symbols of your worth. Self esteem exists in many forms, and it can be both external and internal.
It's okay to feel worthless about yourself, but make sure to remember your worth to others, and how sad you would make others if the kindest individual they know is at the risk of dying.

It's time to re-evaluate your worth, and time to search for a sense of ambition.
You are here, with maybe 60 years left to live, probably not having moved out yet, and
you haven't aspired for a main goal yet. How about it's time you change that, friend?

You're sad because your life's events have been nothing but emotional abuse, ranging from an existential crisis, to the loss of close family members, and even the ideal of fearing that you won't become anything. Well, how can you make these estimates without finding out first?

Go on. If you plan to quit this game, at least try to beat the first few levels, maybe beat a boss or two. If there is a God or not I don't give a damn, we all die the same in the end, however..... it doesn't mean that we can't share endearing experiences and joys of life.


Aspire...create... MAKE THE WORLD KNOW YOU ARE HERE! You've got a heart of gold, kid, and gold is forged with scalding hot materials.The world's yours
User avatar #119 to #118 - nimithecat
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rahtoga

read above, this is for you, bud.
#220 to #118 - whenuleastxpect
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That was actually really beautiful and inspiring...   
   
You are awesome, nimithecat!
That was actually really beautiful and inspiring...

You are awesome, nimithecat!
#141 to #118 - crazylance
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You know, I like how you're going around this site spreading happiness and trying to make people read your posts in a Morgan Freeman impression.
It's uplifting and shows how some people out there are reminders of how great life can be and that sadness can be temporary.
User avatar #21 - reaversoulstealer
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My best friend is an emotional and psychological mess, yet he keeps up a nonchalant front to deter any type of attention.

Despite this, I worship the ******* ground he walks on.
User avatar #24 to #21 - chaoticlaw
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You better not be talking about me.
User avatar #25 to #24 - reaversoulstealer
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Do I have any other friends that have deep emotional scars that they refuse to talk about?

No?

Well would ya look at that.
#27 to #25 - chaoticlaw
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Well at least my best friend's mom doesn't have a desperate and pathetic need to suck my dick for the remainder of her horrible excuse for a life.   
   
   
OH WAIT.
Well at least my best friend's mom doesn't have a desperate and pathetic need to suck my dick for the remainder of her horrible excuse for a life.


OH WAIT.
#28 to #27 - reaversoulstealer
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Well at least my best friend isn't committing taboo by defiling his own twin sister, who, after repeated intercourse, has lost all ability to function any part of her body.   
   
OH WAIT
Well at least my best friend isn't committing taboo by defiling his own twin sister, who, after repeated intercourse, has lost all ability to function any part of her body.

OH WAIT
User avatar #29 to #28 - chaoticlaw
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Well at least my best friend's parents didn't get a divorce almost as soon as he was born, leaving him wondering if maybe he was the source of the divorce.

OH WAIT.
User avatar #31 to #29 - reaversoulstealer
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Well at least my best friend actually has parents.

OH WAIT
User avatar #34 to #31 - chaoticlaw
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Well at least my best friend doesn't have a homosexual obsession with me, which, at times, teeters on the edge of worship.

OH WAIT.
User avatar #35 to #34 - reaversoulstealer
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I'm so glad we're friends.

You wanna hang out during my spring break?
User avatar #37 to #35 - chaoticlaw
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Why don't you just stay the week?

I'm sure your mom won't mind, plus E has been wanting us three to go on a vacation or something.
User avatar #38 to #37 - reaversoulstealer
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That sounds ******* awesome.

I'll call sometime tomorrow to tell you what my mom says, that cool?
User avatar #40 to #38 - chaoticlaw
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Sounds good to me. Just make sure to call sometime after 4:00, or else no one will be able to pick it up.
#48 to #40 - justapubbie
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I am envious.
User avatar #72 to #48 - jackspadess
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I can't tell if you guys are being serious, but you do sound a lot like me and my besite. Right corso?
User avatar #318 to #72 - corso
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What. The. Literal. ****.
#335 to #72 - alucord
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Im scared. Tell me its ok.

Tell me they aren't serious
User avatar #137 to #40 - soldiertwo
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i... ******* what.