Some people just don't get it.... . Ihh.‘ MANH? Mi IPM MET ! THE Ea VHF. IAH’ -IBID? Ea 321132,? shit? out av rt.. My friends consider me the funny one of the group. But when i'm alone i sometimes lie on the floor and think about moving away because I hate it all. depression
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #13 - mrwightproductions
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Depression was easy to get through... I just tried everything. Open mind did it. ****** love ponies now.
#47 to #13 - dexw
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"easy to me, easy to everyone" aye?
User avatar #51 to #47 - mrwightproductions
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Nope, i'm debating making myself sound worse now. Entertainment purposes.
That nic cage made me laugh though, i feel the red thumbs on their way.
#60 to #51 - mrwightproductions
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User avatar #264 to #13 - logicstrike
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I preferred counseling but than I was trying to avoid antidepressants
#295 to #13 - notstill
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I'd rather stay depressed than become a brony
User avatar #297 to #295 - mrwightproductions
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Is it the ponies or the
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bronies
#306 to #297 - notstill
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I have no problem with the show itself, I just hate the obnoxious fanbase.
I have no problem with the show itself, I just hate the obnoxious fanbase.
#346 to #306 - anon id: 4a1bb0d0
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every fanbase has its numb nuts you gotta focus on the good side, like the motherfukin art up in the brony fandom
User avatar #310 to #306 - mrwightproductions
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Good enough for me. Enjoy this thread!
User avatar #318 to #310 - notstill
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Grats for being a good sport about being thumbed down into oblivion
#323 to #318 - mrwightproductions
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#476 to #13 - furiousmarshmellow
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#524 to #13 - spikedude
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This post totally deserved 1-2 thumbs down due to not being funny and seemingly trivializing depression. But holy ****, 183 down? The FJ bandwagon strikes again.
User avatar #528 to #524 - mrwightproductions
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Its due to nicholas cage down there. Not to mentiom the fun this thread brings.
your opinion is respected and noted.
User avatar #56 to #13 - damianblu
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If ponies solved your depression.

You weren't depressed.
User avatar #58 to #56 - mrwightproductions
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They did not solve my depression, i simply said i became open minded. Depression left from other things. It wasn't an overnight oh i'm better thing
User avatar #59 to #58 - damianblu
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Oh okay. Sorry I didn't realize that.

It just kinda came off as an "overnight oh I'm better" thing.
User avatar #62 to #59 - mrwightproductions
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now i cant even tell if its sarcasm. Sometimes i say dumb **** on here, sometimes i say funny ****. Ehh this is one of the dumb **** times and while i could delete the comment, I must learn from my mistakes so i dont.
User avatar #63 to #62 - damianblu
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It wasn't sarcasm.

Hey have fun with the reds then.
User avatar #366 to #56 - elcreepo
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I dunno, a rock shaped like a snot nose ended mine. There wasn't even anything really remotely funny about it, I just started laughing at it and well... from there I got back into the emotional box I had somehow gotten out of.

But then again I'm fairly sure mine was the clinical version and not the emotional version...
User avatar #423 to #366 - mrwightproductions
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Is there anymore story behind this? Sounds interesting
User avatar #762 to #13 - merrickz
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You done ****** up, boy.
#16 to #13 - ghostofgemini
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#66 to #13 - mrwightproductions
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#113 to #66 - mrwightproductions
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#127 to #113 - mrbobert
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Did you just respond to yourself?
pic unrelated
User avatar #143 to #127 - mrwightproductions
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Shhhh i'm posting more as people respond
#352 to #143 - mrbobert
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Okay then.
Okay then.
User avatar #249 to #13 - unncommon
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Yeah, being 12 and border line was pretty rough on everyone.
User avatar #330 to #13 - greenwithenvy
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Ponies is the last stage of depression, not the first step while out of it.
User avatar #317 to #13 - mondominiman
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You could have lied and said you love taking dick and half of FJ would have agreed with you.
#99 to #13 - nehger **User deleted account**
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*tips fedora*
#22 to #13 - thegayman
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Whatever floats your boat mang
#433 to #13 - spetsnazvymple
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don't worry mate, the reply's are just a bunch of trolls and haters.
User avatar #491 to #433 - mrwightproductions
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Have you read them all? Some of them are ******* hilarious!
#546 to #491 - spetsnazvymple
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define hilarious
User avatar #141 to #13 - zonryu
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either you weren't depress or just really easily amused cus that isn't how it works
#702 to #13 - crossbone
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#197 to #13 - dagreentide
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#700 to #13 - makethingsworse
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User avatar #741 to #700 - mrwightproductions
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Tis funny but rude compared to the other comments
#14 to #13 - walcorn
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User avatar #168 to #14 - tittylovin
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that GIF is the perfect reaction.
#105 to #14 - anticitezenone
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#116 to #105 - walcorn
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Holy ******* **** you're pathetic
Holy ******* **** you're pathetic
User avatar #280 to #116 - snaresinger
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Wait... what did he say?
User avatar #565 to #280 - moser
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"bring on the red thumbs, but this is a personal matter walcorn you bigot ******* peice of **** go die cumming into your pony fleshlight - Comment #105

if you open a deleted comment in a new tab, right click anywhere on the page and do view source code or page source (or something similar depending on your browser), you can find the full comment in the first section of code
User avatar #669 to #565 - theseventhalias
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this information will come in handy

thank you stranger
User avatar #567 to #565 - snaresinger
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Whoa. How do you open a comment in a new tab?
User avatar #569 to #567 - moser
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Right click the comment number (the white one) and do open in new tab (or something similar).
User avatar #714 to #569 - walcorn
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How can you see the whole comment, rather than just a portion of it?
User avatar #715 to #714 - walcorn
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wait nvm
#575 to #569 - karkzan
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I would like to say thank you for bestowing this information upon us.
#772 to #569 - anon id: 858213c8
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I apologize for being late, but you can also middle click.
User avatar #773 to #772 - moser
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Yes... I didn't realize middle click had that function... this changes everything.
#117 to #116 - anticitezenone
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great   
i got a response
great
i got a response
#118 to #117 - walcorn
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God damn check yourself before you wreck yourself   
There's no need to be upset
God damn check yourself before you wreck yourself
There's no need to be upset
#119 to #118 - anticitezenone
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k
k
User avatar #126 to #119 - cryingchicken
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please don't keep going. it's sad.
#120 to #119 - walcorn
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Allow me to laugh a little more at what a loser you are
Allow me to laugh a little more at what a loser you are
#114 to #105 - bossrob
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Why u heff 2 b med? It's only opinion.
#48 - Jameshaich
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My friends consider me the funny one of the group.
But when i'm alone i sometimes lie on the floor and think about moving away because I hate it all.
User avatar #55 to #48 - madsolar
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It's comforting to know that other people are like that as well.
User avatar #83 to #48 - thepink
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I getcha man. I became the funny one because I need to laugh.

It gets better though. I lived through this for years, finally got some meds but I never grew out of being the funny chick.

It gets better, bro. I promise
#110 to #48 - megashot
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User avatar #261 to #48 - greenstrongworld
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Same here except I appreciate what I ******* have in my life. I mean, people actually waste their time and laugh with you. The clearest sign of being honest with your feelings and opening up to you. Appreciate what you have and what others do for you and you'll be happy. Now shut the **** up before you get smacked the **** up.
User avatar #265 to #261 - greenstrongworld
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jk ily
User avatar #401 to #48 - xchewsifferx
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Is it because there is a duck bill growing on your face?
User avatar #577 to #48 - pickstar
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My situation. I guess the more openly weird and funny I am the less people see that I'm depressed as hell.
#679 to #48 - anonymoose
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Oh Jameshaich, you're so funny.
Oh Jameshaich, you're so funny.
User avatar #64 to #48 - thatfunnynerd
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it's okay man, i'm the same way
User avatar #541 to #48 - dapianoman
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inb4 half the fj community responds that they feel "exactly the same way"

OH WAIT
#600 to #48 - drizztrocks
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I'm the opposite.
User avatar #661 to #48 - lilslugger
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Take off the duck mask and see if that helps
#57 to #48 - dereken
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Are you me?

I feel the same often.
User avatar #52 to #48 - Loppytaffy
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I feel that, bro.
User avatar #108 to #48 - cryingchicken
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You're not depressed, you're 15.
#194 to #108 - Jameshaich
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Never said i was depressed.
and i'm 11 i'll have you know
#208 to #194 - linktheherooftime
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You're not helping your case.
#728 to #208 - Jameshaich
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I'm kidding
you ******* retard
User avatar #747 to #728 - linktheherooftime
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Sarcasm doesn't work on the internet.
User avatar #698 to #194 - kosmojunk
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Serious?
User avatar #655 to #108 - shayyman
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Depression hits every age, I started on prozac when I was 6 years old, stayed on it for like 6 years before switching between zoloft and mitazapine in my preteen years
User avatar #735 to #655 - cryingchicken
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my point was that what he described in his comment isn't depression, it's how 9/10 teenagers feel at that age.
#256 to #108 - anon id: 6984834d
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Age has nothing to do with mental illness or psychological disorder. Simply because one is less experienced than you does not mean a chemical imbalance or happenings at home could give rise to depression. I'm only 16 and I've been on and off Zoloft for as long as I can remember.
User avatar #195 to #108 - ericbeagles
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It doesn't necessarily mean he couldn't be both, although it is kind of unlikely
#20 - Tommovdv
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Why the **** is everyone on this site depressed? What the **** did you do to get depressed? Like, how ****** does your live have to be to get like that? Don't you have **** to do?
#267 to #20 - sokkabingo **User deleted account**
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Well my story is pretty lame compared the others.
Mum died at young age, which stunted my emotional growth, mental breakdown two years ago causes massive social anxiety and an eating disorder (I'm 4 stone underweight now)
User avatar #283 to #20 - richardw
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i went to the rite aid and bought my depression my refills almost up
User avatar #362 to #20 - elcreepo
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I have no idea what I did to just suddenly get depressed, but I can tell you it's not even about being ******* sad.

I'm out of it now. Happy pills removed the social phobia, too.
User avatar #372 to #20 - teasquid
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Family disgusted by me. Only person I can turn to lives in Illinois.

Might not be as bad as the rest but I also have liver disease and severe depression and anxiety. Which my family calls "her way of getting attention."
User avatar #426 to #20 - kyouko
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Nothing.
User avatar #54 to #20 - Loppytaffy
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Perhaps we are on here because we want to laugh.
We want to feel better.
Perhaps we have bad experiences with people that leaves us anxious and unabel to relax around crowds, and this is how we relax.
User avatar #68 to #20 - Ariath Uchiha
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As a person who isn't personally depressed but everyone close to me is, I feel I should contribute and say **** you. You don't understand depression. When you know those closest to you have been on the brink of suicide, maybe then you'll stop being a cunt.
User avatar #69 to #20 - cookiielaad
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I watched my best friend get killed by a car while we were both cycling last month and i havnt just 'gotten over it'. It would have been his birthday tomorrow and i am meeting his parents and little sister to put flowers on his grave and to give him the present i had been saving up for over half the year. Im 15 years old.
User avatar #78 to #20 - inuyuru
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I don't think you know how depression works, dudebro.
#710 to #78 - DudeBro
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What you mean mate? I know exactly how it works
User avatar #718 to #710 - inuyuru
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Holy ****, there's a guy on this site named dudebro? Oh man, I was using it to insult this guy, I'm sorry.
User avatar #89 to #20 - zzforrest
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I hope you know that you can be born with it. I myself live a relatively good life, I have happily married parents, go to a good school, and have at least a few friends and I'm not starving. I'm depressed. It's just the way depression works, it's a mental illness.
User avatar #88 to #20 - hudis
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A lot of people here have very tragic stories to explain their depression, but you also have to remember that it sometimes has very different causes as well. Basically you don't have to suffer hell on earth to suffer depression.
User avatar #28 to #20 - nightmarecorpse
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well lets see. dad died, gf died, son died, best friend died.
car accident x2, medical difficulties x2

and some other **** with school was sort of tough I guess.

But you know what? Although I was depressed for a very long time, I'm not anymore. I'm back on track, getting good grades and have a lot of great friends. Even started seeing this new girl from class who seems pretty great!
There is hope for those who are dealing with depression.

Another thing though, you don't need to have horrible **** happen to you to be depressed. Sometimes it can be a chemical imbalance, or a hormonal imbalance that just makes you feel bad all the time for no reason, or makes small problems seem huge.

In my opinion it's those people who have it worse, because they don't get the support and understanding that someone going through something traumatic would.
#212 to #28 - skorchy
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Can I.... Can I hug you? Please?

I have a chemical imbalance that causes problems with anxiety and depression, and I just get people calling me spoiled for it. I have a great life, and I love it. We have 4 cars, I have both of my parents, a job, a travel trailer, a boat, plenty of things to do, bla bla bla.
But yet I still go into very depressive bouts, and it's not like I do it on purpose, and there's nobody that can really help me besides stupid pills because everyone else just says "Dude stfu you have it perfect".

I've had a medical problem go undiagnosed for about a year now, and there's nothing to do about it. I've seen neurologists, therapists, psychologists, etc. and nobody has figured it out. I can be in an environment with 0 stress at all, and randomly my brain says 'Yeah.. you're going to have a severe panic attack right now and then be suicidal for about eh... 3 days? Sound good? K have fun".

I've also never even kissed a girl and I'll be 18 in a bit, which yes, sounds stupid, but it feels bad when every other guy/friend that I go to school with is just talking about "Yeah... I was with such and such and we started making out". I'm not even interested in sex or anything like that... I just want someone to love, and cuddle and watch movies with.

It's just the lack of understanding that hurts... nobody really understands it... and I hate myself for being like this because I should be happy right?

Alright rant over, feels nice to let things out... I am prepared for the sea of reds for being a little bitch.
User avatar #24 to #20 - thegayman
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My dad disowned me when I came out of the closet, leaving my unloving mother to date people to try to 'cure' me. She ended up marrying a guy who got drunk and tried to beat me to death, which put me in a wheelchair. Later fell in with drugs and watched a friend of mine get stabbed and bleed to death in front of me when I was far too stoned to do anything. Dated a guy for a year before he went into the military, and was killed by an IED. Think before you talk.
#32 to #24 - Kairyuka
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I wanna give you a hug, can I give you a hug? :c
I wanna give you a hug, can I give you a hug? :c
#34 to #32 - thegayman
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For lack of a better gif
For lack of a better gif
#35 to #34 - Kairyuka
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But seriously, are you doing okay? :c
But seriously, are you doing okay? :c
User avatar #36 to #35 - thegayman
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As okay as I can be. About a year ago I took my first step since it happened. Recently started walking without a cane. Hurts like hell but it's better then that chair.
#38 to #36 - Kairyuka
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Ah that's good to hear man c:   
I know it might not mean much, but you can write to me any time if you want to c:
Ah that's good to hear man c:
I know it might not mean much, but you can write to me any time if you want to c:
User avatar #26 to #24 - ied
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**** son, that's sad.
User avatar #543 to #24 - dapianoman
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you have a pretty ****** life, you know that? because you do. wow, that sucks. a lot.
User avatar #49 to #24 - blazekingxxx
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****** you are not everybody on this site

Also sounds to far fetched to be real
User avatar #23 to #20 - kiaserzerg
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lets see, my families dead, im the last one, im sterile, i cant be a soldier because i got shot in the back, i have no job experience because i cant find a job because of excruciating back pain, i cant get on disability, i cant go to college. oh, and im only 22.
User avatar #25 to #23 - ied
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Damn...
User avatar #37 to #25 - kiaserzerg
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yep. but theres one thing i always say when people start feeling bad for me. dont pity me because of the pain i felt, praise me for the strength i have to overcome it. which is just a fancy way of saying the last thing my little sister said to me.
User avatar #39 to #37 - ied
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**ied praises you**
#41 to #39 - kiaserzerg
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i have no great gis so heres a chainmail condom on a banana
User avatar #43 to #41 - ied
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thanks
#254 to #39 - thegazz
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when i saw "ied praises you" i though IED as in Improvised Explosive Device.
#320 to #23 - markipliergame
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User avatar #771 to #23 - bjarkijon
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Dude?

You have a really ****** life, and I'm sorry for your loss and everything that has happened to you that was a bad thing.

But, you have life. Something that is more rare than some people realise. I really hope you make it through and I hope for the best life of what you have left.

Sincerely,
a person who gives a ****.
User avatar #519 to #23 - mrbedrock
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Holy **** dude. Glad you're still with us.
User avatar #134 to #23 - stupro
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Well, at least you got some sympathy thumbs. That's something.
#130 to #23 - tablesidegrain
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You have your whole life ahead of you.
User avatar #193 to #130 - kiaserzerg
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but i will never have a family or be a family.
#225 to #193 - anon id: c6db3942
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What about adoption? Once you find a job, get some stability and possibly find a girlfriend, I'm sure you can still have a family. You need to keep fighting and push yourself. I realize I don't know the pain you've been through, but if you made it through that, I am sure you can make life work. You are stronger than most and you just have to push yourself a little further in order to achieve getting a family.
User avatar #642 to #23 - commontroll
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You can go out and make a legacy that will make you remembered forever. The harder your life, the stronger you are when you overcome the challenges.

Though I understand that it sucks hardcore balls, and that depression isn't just a "get over it" think since it's often caused by genetics and hormones.
User avatar #595 to #23 - mexicandudeinsd
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why did you get shot? and why are you sterile? its ok if you dont answer if its too personal
User avatar #753 to #595 - kiaserzerg
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after i was kicked out i hitchhiked, shot in georgia by a farmer. sterile because i got kicked in the nards by a donkey.
User avatar #754 to #753 - mexicandudeinsd
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the farmer didnt like you? by a donkey......wtf that kills the man haha
User avatar #755 to #754 - kiaserzerg
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yea so does getting shot, but here i am. the donkey is more of a funny then, deppresiing now story. when i was working as a ranch hand in texas i was trying to clean the damn thing and a work mate shot him in the nuts with an airsoft while i was behind him. long story short. ouch.
User avatar #756 to #755 - mexicandudeinsd
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well both of you received pain....:/ well just keep trying man it gets better so now has your life improved or have you achieved any goals?
User avatar #757 to #756 - kiaserzerg
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well, i have a girlfriend. other then that i can walk pretty far without a cane. and if i get the laon from a friend im going to be starting my business up soon.
User avatar #758 to #757 - mexicandudeinsd
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dude i hope you do, good luck man whats the busniess about>?
User avatar #759 to #758 - kiaserzerg
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basically, buying **** really cheap at goodwill then reselling it at a flea market.
User avatar #760 to #759 - mexicandudeinsd
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that could work, people have done it before, well i really hope it works for you dont give up bro
User avatar #761 to #760 - kiaserzerg
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thanks. best of luck to you as well in the future.
#594 to #23 - elfades
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stream an hero
User avatar #542 to #23 - dapianoman
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wow! I'd HATE to be you!
#451 to #23 - anon id: 48419bc8
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Im pretty sure A. you can work somewhere you don't use your back, and B. how the hell do you just get shot in the back?
User avatar #536 to #451 - kiaserzerg
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after my mom left the picture i started hitch hiking. asshole farmer shot me in the back with rocksalt/birdshot.
User avatar #431 to #23 - popkornking
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>Implying you could afford an internet connection, computer, house, etc.. with all the handicaps you just mentioned.
User avatar #537 to #431 - kiaserzerg
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i have a girlfriend. shes trying to help me out.
User avatar #586 to #537 - popkornking
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Oh okay, that's one thing you have that I don't ;)
#625 to #586 - fuckingyourbuffalo
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Dude, don't be a ******* douche bag. Know what else he has that you don't? A sense of decency. Grow the **** up, you're not funny.
User avatar #736 to #625 - popkornking
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Are you ******* joking, I was making him feel better by saying he has a girlfriend and I don't, I'll bet you're one of those kids who can't function properly because the don't understand tone or context.
User avatar #749 to #736 - fuckingyourbuffalo
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For one, I'm not a kid. For two, it didn't seem like you were being all that nice. I've seen some ****** responses to things like this, and I assumed. I'm quick to assume the worst in people, so my apologies.
User avatar #750 to #749 - popkornking
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Thank you for being reasonable, I also rescind my former insults.
User avatar #751 to #750 - fuckingyourbuffalo
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Not a problem. Have a good night (or day, or afternoon, depending on where you live)!
#293 to #23 - anon id: 5e627ef4
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and prom's tonight ! ! !
did some one say spiderman thread
#207 to #23 - paranoidjack
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The last of the Timelords?
User avatar #162 to #23 - spartanian
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Atleast you got to meet steve-o
User avatar #122 to #23 - grayham
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Bro...
#109 to #23 - anon id: fef0b818
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Have you tried weed for the pain? Just do some research man, it could change your life.
User avatar #286 to #109 - pwoneill
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Though good advice, now is not the best time
User avatar #91 to #23 - jamiemsm
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i have a itchy feeling on my back right where i cant reach
#241 to #23 - klavi
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This dude looks pretty happy, and he has no arms or legs. That cant be easy! What you have are a bunch of excuses. Real depression is when you are sad and scared, angry or even mad or in deep anxiety all the time WITH NO ******* REASON WHATSOEVER!
User avatar #259 to #241 - pwoneill
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he also is a rarity in that his condition is so unique he haas found a way to profit from it. life isnt that damned simple....
User avatar #282 to #259 - klavi
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That was not my point either. My point was that you can be depressed with no apparent reason too and that is probably harder.
And about life being "that simple": I'm not the one insinuating that money makes one happy here...
User avatar #285 to #282 - pwoneill
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profit is not implicitly equal to monetary gains. he had a fufilling life speaking and attempting to help others. i dont know if he has money...
that man just does have arms and legs....he doesnt have a serotonin reuptake disorder
User avatar #288 to #285 - klavi
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I see you are a master at getting besides the point. G'day to you random person on the internet.
User avatar #289 to #288 - pwoneill
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What is the point im missing
User avatar #296 to #289 - klavi
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I'll give it one last try. Kiaserzerg here provides an impressing list of traumatic events witch caused him depression. The point I was trying to make with the picture of the extremity-challenged fellow was that people with trauma and difficulties in their lives can overcome it, defeat it so to speak and move on. Whereas people who really have all they need, never have experienced traumatic events and should just "be happy", but still are depressed and suffer from anxiety don't have that opportunity.
#45 - Jameshaich
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To everyone in the comments.
I'm thinking about you.
User avatar #440 to #45 - genma
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Disregarding the 2nd comment that just scared the **** out of me, where's that pic from? I'm curious.
#648 to #440 - captaincapital
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gangplank, champion from league of legends. he has an ability to eat oranges and remove all disabilities.
#198 to #45 - magsschroedinger
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And we think about youuuuuuu
#145 - anonymoussarcasm
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There is a very large difference between clinical depression and you just being sad. A girl told me she was bipolar just because she was sad then happy and then sad again and told everyone about it. I suffer from bipolar I and there is nothing fun about mental illness.
There is a very large difference between clinical depression and you just being sad. A girl told me she was bipolar just because she was sad then happy and then sad again and told everyone about it. I suffer from bipolar I and there is nothing fun about mental illness.
User avatar #218 to #145 - ningyoaijin
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Except Schizophrenia. The **** that goes on inside my head is actually rather glorious.
User avatar #408 to #145 - pokemonstheshiz
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as someone who has a mental illness, you must know they exist on a spectrum. It's not "you're bipolar," or "you aren't bipolar," it lies on a continuum. Usually ones that are diagnosed are ones that heavily interfere with day to day activity (functionality). If you can go to work and interact alright, even if you have a mild case of whatever condition you're suffering from, you generally go un-diagnosed. Though to a more mild degree, they experience similar effects to their life as you. She might actually have a mild case of it, but it's just not as severe as yours.

Or she could just be an attention whore, but I'm giving her the benefit of the doubt.
User avatar #411 to #408 - anonymoussarcasm
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Look at my comments on this thread. I know, I'm diagnosed Bipolar I
#467 to #145 - coolcalx
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I'm bipolar too.   
   
   
   
isn't it awesome when you go into your manic state and then you stay awake for about 50 hours at a time, and then you sleep for 6, and then you're awake for another 50?   
   
no. that's not awesome. it sucks. (and it also describes my entire 2012 summer)   
   
luckily for us, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder also tends to co-occur with Bipolar disorder, so not only do I alternate between my manic and depressive states (typically anger and depression), I also have problems with my OCD, such as being unable to close a door without checking my pockets for the umpteenth time.   
   
   
   
but antidepressants and kitties help.
I'm bipolar too.



isn't it awesome when you go into your manic state and then you stay awake for about 50 hours at a time, and then you sleep for 6, and then you're awake for another 50?

no. that's not awesome. it sucks. (and it also describes my entire 2012 summer)

luckily for us, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder also tends to co-occur with Bipolar disorder, so not only do I alternate between my manic and depressive states (typically anger and depression), I also have problems with my OCD, such as being unable to close a door without checking my pockets for the umpteenth time.



but antidepressants and kitties help.
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Whenever people get diagnosed depression or bipolar it doesn't necessarily imply that you will have that condition forever. I'm getting to a point where I will no longer need medicine to be stable and happy. It could be a phase that'll pass in a few months but it could be something more, it's so hard to tell. My bet would to go to a doctor on a regular check up, and ask him about SSRI's for depression, and describe to him how you've felt for the past 4-6 months.
User avatar #150 to #145 - temporalguardian
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What's it like? if you dont mind me asking
User avatar #163 to #150 - anonymoussarcasm
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I'm trying to articulate with the appropriate eloquence the level of agony it is to live with it. You go through stages of manic-depression, to hypomania. With manic depression, it's not the same as regular depression where it feels as though your heart is overcast. You feel this inexplicable amount of sorrow, this darkness that envelops you so much you can't even move. You find yourself crying(I'm a 16 year old male) a sobbing and you always feel physically despondent. And the worst part for me is that there was nothing to be depressed about. Hypo-mania on the other hand is the complete opposite. Initially it's this euphoric (no not the fedora ********) state like you just did a large amount of Cocaine, where everything is clear and everyone is your friend and you never can understand how you were sad and you start talking about something and you don't stop and you find yourself raising your voice and people are worried and scarred of you because you're laughing hysterically for no reason and you want it to stop but it doesn't and you haven't slept for a literal five days and you have the urge to explode and there is nothing you can do but hope it ends. It's fun for a while. It's the only time you're happy, but it over stays its welcome and crashes you back where you started from. It's the world at the palm of your hands but then it gets too much. It's not so much each state that is bad, it's the swinging, you can go from one side to the other in an hour or a week and you'll never know when it will happen. You get anxiety attacks as watch as you slowly isolate yourself from everyone else. I turned to drugs more specifically Percocet, Xanax, Marijuana and LSD, because they found me providence. Until I became a heavy user with a large tolerance and even larger addiction. I've attempted suicide twice both by over dose. And been in patient at psychiatric hospitals various times.
User avatar #407 to #163 - mutilatedjello
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My girlfriend is depressed and says the only reason she hasn't killed herself is because of me. It's from her childhood so her family isn't much help. I want to help her but sometimes i don't know what to say or do. We're the same age as you, any tips to help me help her?
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You have to show, not say, not tell. Show. Show her that you love her and would tear down every wall that she puts up, you have to persist above all things to make it so she doesn't hurt as much.
#708 to #163 - junahi
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Damn, that must have been **** ton of weed you smoked if you tried suicide.
User avatar #704 to #163 - makethingsworse
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Story of my life, brother. You are not alone.
User avatar #167 to #150 - anonymoussarcasm
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I've been sober for six months, and finally got put on a prescription cocktail that has made me stable and I'm actually finding myself happy again. Without a hell what ecstasy would heaven be? Life is going to hit you and you've got to get back up and tell life it hits like a bitch. Otherwise you'll never be happy.
User avatar #172 to #167 - temporalguardian
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Truly inspirational. It's weird, you're practically my age and i cant believe that something like that could be possible. I wish you the best man
#19 - jaigurudevaom
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Am I the only one who isn't depressed
User avatar #80 to #19 - inuyuru
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Goddammit Gordon, you KNOW I can't tell.

YOU KNOW THIS!!
User avatar #246 to #19 - Jackimole
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Clearly you have some sort of self-esteem issues or else you wouldn't be on this awful site.

Or you could be a masochist.
#316 to #19 - cycloberrick
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I'm not, it seems to me to be a ******* more people who are than aren't though. it's a bit sad
User avatar #548 to #316 - dapianoman
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OMG ITS NOT JUST A BIT SAD U JUST DONT UNDRSTAND
User avatar #343 to #19 - bannon
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Half Life 3 will never be released!

So how's about that depression now?
User avatar #30 - JariWeis
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The "douchebag" is right, though.
It IS all in his head. (It's a mental illness)
#40 to #30 - thatonenerd
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Except for the fact that it effects other systems in the body. So it really isn't all in your head. Plus, pain caused by emotions/mental illness triggers the same area's of the brain as physical pain. There actually are some studies that suggest aspirin might help with minor emotional pain.
User avatar #42 to #40 - JariWeis
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Wait, depression actually affects a whole lot more than just your mental stability?
I learned something today.
User avatar #77 to #42 - hudis
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It's a disruption of the chemistry in the brain meaning your serotonin levels drop, hence why antidepressants are designed to restore and regulate your serotonin levels. The problem is, as therapists often say to their pateitns, that serotonin is responsible for emotions as well as 99 other functions. That's why depressed people can sometimes seem wrecked on a whole other level than someone having a bad day. Also why antidepressants tend to have so many varied side-effects.
User avatar #87 to #77 - zzforrest
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I can confirm this, my brother and I both have chronic depression. Serotonin is what symbalta, and all the other depression meds have. It's a "nerve glue" of sorts that literally connects certain sensations within your brain. If you have chronic depression, it means your body doesn't generate enough serotonin on it's own.
#405 to #87 - thatonenerd
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It's a bit more than a nerve glue; it is one of the most common neurotransmitters in your body (along with acetylcholine). This means that it is responsible for passing signals in-between nerve cells not just in the brain, but in the whole body, primarily with the autonomic nervous system. So most modern anti-depressants work by stopping the body from reabsorbing serotonin once it is released to pass a signal on to the next nerve cell. For manic depression, though, administering only an anti-depressant during a depressive episode could trigger a manic episode, so a mood stabilizer is allways given first, either an anti-epileptic, which would prevent excess firing of neurons, or lithium carbonate, (LiCO3), which is believed to act on the voltage-gated channels on the axons of the neurons.
User avatar #266 to #77 - pwoneill
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its a function of over aggressive serotonin reuptake technically.... not outright deficiency
User avatar #79 to #77 - hudis
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*patients, I've no idea how I butchered that word so bad.
#455 - Tapacx
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The reason I come to this site, really isn't because of it's content (because most times, it's pretty dumb). I come here for the community we have here. After every picture, I get to scroll down and enjoy all the funny **** you guys say in the comments section. That's not all though, because after content like this one, I get to scroll down and see everybody helping out depressed and down people, and just generally being good people.

I just want y'all to know, I love ya.

And to anyone having a hard time, there are a lot of people here willing to listen to your problems.
#349 - bannon
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I honestly thought there was going to be a fap joke at the end of this.   
   
I am disappoint.
I honestly thought there was going to be a fap joke at the end of this.

I am disappoint.
#397 to #349 - hopskotch
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This lightened the mood for me.
#240 - flnonymousfive **User deleted account**
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Continuing OP's analogy, he needs to get the hand looked at by an expert. He needs to ice it. He needs to wrap it up, stop showing it to people It's gross and no one wants to see it. He needs to stay away from things that could get it infected. He needs some tylenol, and he needs to heal.

the unintentional moral of this story is that nothing will heal if you don't let it. just because it's not your fault, doesn't mean it's not your responsibility to heal.