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User avatar #204141 - sineztro
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Hey guys any where I could watch Star Wars 4-6?
#204266 to #204141 - anon id: 87497212
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viooz.ac

make sure you have adblock
User avatar #204267 to #204266 - sineztro
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thank you dude
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User avatar #204144 to #204143 - sineztro
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thank
User avatar #204140 - kingdork
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I want to glue a pair of underwear to the floor.

So my house has two bathrooms, one upstairs, one downstairs. The shower in the downstairs bathroom was rarely used by my family but I started using it normally so Id stop have to deal with family members confusing my towel hook with theirs.

After years of my younger brother avoiding using the bathroom downstaris, he chooses to copy me. No big fucking deal but he is 14, and for five years just leaves his clothes laying around. I mean, the upstairs bathroom has a laundry chute right there that he universally always NEVER uses. So he is messying up the downstairs bathroom by never cleaning up.

Im gluing his clothes to the floor. He wants to not pick it up, then he can never pick it up. Im not standing for this bullshit, my pothead of a mom lets this kid pile up three weeks of clothes in the bathroom she uses, I know she wont give a fuck about my bathroom only that she benefits from the mess being moved somewhere else.

What glue do I use for sticking fabric to tile. Has to be one that will work, even if it is home made but also it must be possible for, through some counter-adhesive, be able to be completely removed.
User avatar #204142 to #204140 - yourinvisiblegf
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cant you just collect them after a week or 2, make a pile in the yard, pour gasoline, lit it and upload it on FJ ?
User avatar #204148 to #204142 - braveblue
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Imagine the thumbs that'll get, he'll even get color'd text for OC.
User avatar #204133 - fukinitech
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is falling in love just bullshit? i hear alot of people say that its not worth it and you dont want to do it and shit like that but i really this girl and i dont want to have a bitter perspective on thatl
#204231 to #204133 - drickz
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It can be incredibly amazing. Also it can fail. However, failing just means that the two of you ultimately didn't match. Finding someone who you match with however, that's where it's golden.
User avatar #204205 to #204133 - dreygur
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It's worth a try if the person you're with is genuinely enjoyable to to spend time with. Just know that it most likely won't last forever and you might end up with a broken heart when it's over, but dismissing it completely for that reason is like not getting a dog because it'll still die in your lifetime, and you'll feel awful after that.

The key is to find the right person to spend your time with.
User avatar #204137 to #204133 - alstorp
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It's not worth the pain and heartbreak that might come with, but that's not guaranteed to come with, so all you can do it be careful of who you get too attached to, make sure she/he's good before you pursue, or it might end with you getting shit on.
User avatar #204134 to #204133 - gabsmatags
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Well, it depends. I think romance is really worth it if you have the right perspective. That's not to say your whole life should be about falling in love, popping out babies, and being attached at the hip. But if you like this girl, if you want her... then give it a shot. Maybe you'll find that you're not one for romance. And that's okay. But don't just reject something based on other people's bitterness. This could be a learning experience for you. Be introspective. Learn the complexity of yourself and realize that complexity exists in others as well.
#204128 - anon id: 8cfd0aff
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Is being big boned a real condition I'm not talking about the excuse fatties use ? I recently dislocated my shoulder so bad that I now have a bone permanently out of place and the doctor told me that I would have been better off breaking my shoulder. He said that they could've broken my shoulder so as to make it heal properly but they decided not to risk it because my bones were 'thicker than usual'. I haven't really heard anything like this before, but I was curious if anyone else had.
User avatar #204135 to #204128 - confusedasian
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You know those people that break through those huge stacks of bricks? Same thing. On the outside, bones look smooth and solid. You need to think of a building. Bones are one solid piece, it's actually a bunch of thin frames holding together. As you expose yourself through trauma or having a lot of calcium intake, those frames thicken.

To make things a bit easier to understand; imagine a house made of twigs. On its own, a single twig would snap. Put it in a bundle, the twigs work together to form a very sturdy house. Those are your bones. Now if you have a high intake of calcium, imagine those twigs as logs. Now its a very durable and strong house.

Just a little extra information on how trauma helps your bones strengthen. When you get hurt, your body heals itself. Simple as that. As your bone frames get broken, a new set of frame rebuilds/ heals itself adding more strength. Another example are calluses. You're fingers are pretty soft, but as you play the guitar more and more, the skin on your finger thickens and hardens as a result.
User avatar #204136 to #204135 - confusedasian
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Bones aren't* one solid piece.

They are not one solid piece.


Typo.
User avatar #204131 to #204128 - oxidoferroso
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Homer Simpson Syndrome I'm afraid to tell you that you suffer from the Homer Simpson Syndrome
#204127 - sirkanesixtytwo
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GIF
How do I get User Permissions to work?
#204115 - anon id: 9043d53d
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So anyone here with divorced parents? My parent's marriage has been shit for the last 5 years. Recently my mom won't stop complaining for literally hours on end about my dad, and how she will leave him, just insulting him, but never seems to tell him that she's gonna leave him when he's around. At this point I'd seriously be happier if they were divorced already so I don't have to deal with this crap everyday. Can anyone tell me what it's like to have divorced parents?
#204217 to #204115 - drickz
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Imagine it like this: You'll probably never see them in the same room again. You'll have to take a side or no side at all when it comes to custody of you. However since you're 19, they can't force you to live with either of them. It's much easier when you can decide things for yourself. Having separated parents is shit because you'll most likely not see one of them a lot. You'll have a less stable ground to stand on, and going to the other will piss one off, if they are into that. Also because of your age, it won't affect your daily life all that much except for maybe a worse home economy.

What people say about 2 Christmases isn't true. It'll be two halves of a Christmas.
User avatar #204121 to #204115 - confusedasian
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My parents split when I was in the fourth grade. I'm 21 now, and I'm doing pretty good. Never really did care. My father was a drunk asshole. Maybe he's changed, I don't know. Sounds like you might be heading towards having one parent being in custody of you, unless you're an adult. Either way, it's not really a big deal, but it also depends heavily on the situation. Like if you're in good standing with both parents? That kind of thing. Do you love them both? I didn't like my father much. I remember what he did to my mother and me. He wasn't totally bad, but dude needs to lay off the alcohol. I also don't approve of hitting a women.
#204123 to #204121 - anon id: 9043d53d
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I'm on a good standing with both, but both have things that have really annoyed me, and those same things annoy each other. I'm just about to leave for Uni next year so yeah I'm an adult. But still living with them. It has nothing to do with alcohol, it's just things such as money managing around the house and other things related to money in general that has always made them argue. I'm 19 by the way. I just wanted to know if it was normal that I actually feel like I don't care if they separate. I like both of them so this seemed like an unnatural thing for me to think.
User avatar #204125 to #204123 - confusedasian
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Nah, I didn't care when my parents separated. Oddly enough, I'm in the same boat, sort of, you are in. My mom and step dad are shit with money. I'm the one doing it for them now.
User avatar #204119 to #204115 - tyrano
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2 Christmases
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User avatar #204108 - pokemonstheshiz
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Is there any legal way to get cobra whiskey imported to the US? I can't find any, the only online store that did had to stop because of some shipping regulations. I'm sure it probably tastes terrible, but it'd be neat to try.
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www.spiritsreview.com/reviews-whiskey-cobra.htm

I thought about getting it too but this kind of persuaded me not to. They have a link to a store that might ship to the US.
#204106 - anon id: 45a99bab
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>grew up in poverty
>had to go without food some days as a kid
>overweight now anyways because I can't afford to eat healthily
>3 siblings aside from me and 2 are handicapped which drain my family's income
>mentally ill mother and beta pushover dad who does whatever she says
>forced to go to a private school that was like a prison against my own will during high school and never dated
>worked tons of shitty jobs while busting my ass in college
>friendless and never dated in college
>women have shown no interest in me since senior year of HS but it was too late then
>just the last few days got an entry level IT job
>can afford to have a normal life now
>21, no car or phone yet, kissless virgin, look like a narc
>get treated like scum by my parents and siblings who insult and belittle me all the time
>realization setting in my youth was wasted
#204218 to #204106 - drickz
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Learn about what you eat, eat smaller portions.
Find places to meet women or friends.
You're 21. Your life has just begun.
Tell your parents and siblings off, that they shouldn't treat you like that.
Live your life as you dream it. "Just do it."
User avatar #204122 to #204106 - confusedasian
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>but it was too late then


No, it's never too late.

Your childhood may have been wasted, but you're living now. Not in the past. Live for the present and move on.
#204124 to #204122 - anon id: 08e0264d
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what if you have class at 7 to 9 a.m. and you get there at 10 a.m. then it would be to late
#204126 to #204124 - confusedasian
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GIF
#204118 to #204106 - anon id: d392734f
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Exactly you are still young. Screw your family and go exercise and eat healthier.
#204111 to #204106 - anon id: 08e0264d
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what's wrong with having 21 and no car? you're still young dude
User avatar #204094 - fukinitech
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i guess i could say im whipped by my girl cause i like her so ill do what she wants does that make me a cuck?
User avatar #204099 to #204094 - braveblue
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Depends what you mean by whipped, if she asks you to do things like minor things like for you to get her a glass of water or something, that's just being friendly or w/e not being whipped but if you are constantly told to do things that you don't want to do and if gradually losing your friends because you don't hang out with them because you're whipped, you're probably whipped.
User avatar #204097 to #204094 - alstorp
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Cuck is short for cuckold and is used to describe a person whose girlfriend is cheating on him.
User avatar #204101 to #204097 - dreygur
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In detail: A person whose girlfriend is cheating on him, and he's well aware and okay with it.
User avatar #204120 to #204101 - alstorp
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Only alternatively, the real definition is just the husband of a cheating wife, nothing else.
User avatar #204098 to #204097 - alstorp
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So no.
#204096 to #204094 - anon id: 243bdab8
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do you know what cuck even means?
User avatar #204095 to #204094 - charizarddad
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depends on how far you will go
#204093 - anon id: 43ba80b2
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How do I find love interests? I finished school and I'm now working in a shitty store with no one but me and my male co-worker. I don't meet anyone new ever, I only hang out with my old friends and my family. How am I even supposed to meet new people? Don't say dating sites, I've tried it and found nothing but obsessive, awkward weirdos. I don't have time for any activity like charity work or church either.
#204117 to #204093 - minutes
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Go to social gatherings, partys or attend a club. Any place that has lots of people is good enough. Talk to them like you've known them for a long time already
#204102 to #204093 - drickz
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Chat up random people? Bet you meet lots of people, some regulars in the store. Afaik, a big part of getting to know people in modern times is to meet and greet, then take it over to chatting mostly, with occasional dates. That'd suit you if you're on a busy schedule.
#204086 - anon id: 82482579
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So i need some advice on how to deal with a certain "heart break".

Long story short:
I met a 38 yr old man 3-4 months ago. He's an amazing man and person all around. Everything I've ever wanted out of a man, plus so much more. We barely seen each other, a few times per month, because he has 3 jobs and 4 kids. Which, is fine. I never had a problem with his schedule and I waited for when he was free to hang out.
Anyways...I am going to job corps in 3 months...and I will be gone, 200 miles away from where I am (and he is) now. And I will be gone for a year to two years. So the other day I asked him if we should break it off, and he agreed we should. Me leaving, his kids and busy life, he wouldnt ever have time to come see me when I am gone, we *might* be able to see each other on vacations from job corps..but who knows...

Anyways I need advice on how to help myself cope and move on, or at least be content with this happening. Literally every time he texts me, I cry like a big baby... I'm very heart broken and upset...even having dreams where he dies and I am stuck there holding him in my arms while hes dying...I hate this..and i definitely need some advice...
#204091 to #204086 - anon id: 8cfd0aff
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A busy (I'm guessing older) man with children, there really wasn't a relationship to salvage anyway. Take this opportunity to find someone else that suits your needs. Don't try and hold out hope that something will change along the way, because it won't. Don't waste your energy on something that won't happen, trust me.
User avatar #204085 - feelythefeel
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>she's angry at me
>I ask why
>"You've been lying to me"
>"What about?"
>"I don't remember, but I'm still angry"
Kill me fam.
#204087 to #204085 - anon id: 43ba80b2
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She's not being mad at you just for the sake of being mad, I think there's something else she's not saying. Either that or she is trying to find a reason because she desperately wants to not like you, so she convinces herself to dislike you for no real reason.
#204083 - murrlogic
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Daily reminder Short Hair Girls are trash.

Long Hair and big tits.

if you like shit flat chested it means you're a pedophile.
User avatar #204092 to #204083 - ledhendrix
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>murrlogic
>not posting flatsami

what's the world coming to...
#204089 to #204083 - anon id: 243bdab8
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yeah, sure thing buddy.
#204084 to #204083 - anon id: 43ba80b2
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I don't think anyone with your appearance is allowed to have that sort of preference.
User avatar #204088 to #204084 - dreygur
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BOOM
User avatar #204082 - prycebear
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Ive accidentally become a prostitute, what do?
User avatar #204090 to #204082 - yourinvisiblegf
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keep on monetize it as much as possible then call it a past mistake
User avatar #204112 to #204090 - prycebear
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That was the plan, not sure if its legal or not but I dont advertise myself as a prostitiute and if they dont pay me its Ok...
User avatar #204114 to #204112 - yourinvisiblegf
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sooooo... you're a woman with low expectations?
User avatar #204116 to #204114 - prycebear
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Im a man though, I went on 3 dates each set up by the one before and each time they pay me in the morning.
Its not bad as they werent ugly but yah know its a bit weird....
#204074 - anon id: 8cfd0aff
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This isn't a picture of my actual chair, but it's pretty much the same damage.

I've had this office chair for about 3 years and the leather is starting to flake away. It wasn't a very expensive chair so I didn't expect the leather to be genuine but I'm planning on getting a new chair soon and I'd like it to last longer than this one did. Now that I actually have some money to spend, does anyone know of any really good office chairs?

Also, I guess I could've tried taking better care of my first one, so if anyone knows how to keep and care for leather, I'd like to know that to.
#204129 to #204074 - mondominiman
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Whenever someone posts their chairs it's always an office chair or recliner. I've been using a simple dining room chair for years. One day I'll spend the cash for a fancy one
#204103 to #204074 - drickz
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"Markus" from IKEA is like 250€/250$ ...or was it 150. Anyway, they have a 10 year warranty and it's a solid char.
#204081 to #204074 - anon id: a3852fdd
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More than likely it was a synthetic leather. Cheap synthetic leathers break down more quickly when exposed to sweat. The backs of your knees are sweaty. Either buy something with full and genuine leather or (the less expensive option) buy a cloth covered chair instead of a leather one. The cloth breaths and won't generally break down as fast as synthetic leathers plus it's less expensive that true leather. You'll see a lot of cheap office chairs say that they are made with genuine leather but that will generally just be the arm rests. They get the most wear and are what you will "feel" on a daily basis. The rest of those chairs are generally the synthetic leather.
User avatar #204075 to #204074 - braveblue
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Gaming Chairs are pretty good. Good back support and everything. Probably around 300-450 USD though.
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Are you talking about one is particular? Because I look it up and there are a bunch of different looking ones.
User avatar #204077 to #204076 - braveblue
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www.dxracer.com/us/en-us/product/1/pc_gaming_chair/



My friend has one and he was going crazy after getting one, I also know that a lot of streamers buy this shit. It's really good I'm gonna get one for christmas probably for myself
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Nice, I'll have to look into that. Thank you!
User avatar #204080 to #204078 - braveblue
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Do you're research still though.
User avatar #204079 to #204078 - braveblue
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Yeah it's something to look on about, I just know that a lot of people buy this shit.
User avatar #204072 - polarpulse
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You can ask a cabbage for financial advice but he will not say any thing because he is a cabbage
User avatar #204071 - polarpulse
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if you are sad put a cabbage in your back pack and carry him every where so it feel like you have a friend that want to spend time with you
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#204063 - rhevol
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GIF
Hi guys, i came here for another advice...

right now i feel like shit, its 3 am and i cant get any sleep... so im gonna be short, my friends were going to a city where one of our "friend" everyone was going their family lives where i live and they could give me a ride, so i ask to one of my "friends" (yes its the same guy) that if he could ask to his parents that favor (i know his parents well, they come to fix their computers with me and my mom always says that i cant charge them any money), he said me "okay no problem i will" then in the night before they will leave, i was in a hurry doing my baggage and he called me telling me that his mom say "there is no room in the truck" they were just 4 people... i know his mom well and she isnt that "special"

so anyways FF, i didnt take too much about that, tried to take a bus but all seats were used, so i couldn't go, now at 11 PM one of our friends that was going called me, telling me that "my friend" was drunk enough to tell him that he never telled a shit to his mom because he didnt want me there, so now i feel like shit, cuz i tought he was my best friend... and you know im a people that just have 3 "best friends" one of them just came to visit me cuz he knew how much i wanted to go and didnt make it and the other one is my girlfriend...

i really tried too hard to go, sold some games and i was thinking in selling my cellphone (materials arent better than friends right?) so.... i dont know how i feel right now.... i really feel like shit

btw: more info, it was my "friend" graduation, so it was a excuse for all to go to that city and days before i told him that the graduation didnt matter so much, what mattered was that we were gonna be together having fun and whatever...
#204100 to #204063 - yiffcario
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Betrayal hits hard, I know the bitter taste well. There's not much you can really do if you know the truth and he isn't your actual friend. You just have to move on, talk to your other friends or make more, I've been lied to from people who were my best friends, instantly tossed aside by other friends, it happens for whatever reason, and I'm sorry that it happened to you. Really though, vent this if it helps, you were hit hard and it'll take some time but you'll feel better, you'll move on. You don't want to be friends with someone like that anyway. Sorry to hear about this bruv.
#204113 to #204100 - lapsushominum
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Click to show spoiler
Das sad bruv :c
User avatar #204132 to #204113 - yiffcario
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Iz okie
#204065 to #204063 - hateandwhiskey
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people are gonna friendlybop with you when it's convenient for them.

happens all the time.

rub some dirt in it and walk it off.
User avatar #204066 to #204065 - rhevol
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Its hard, for a "friendship" of 8 years.... you know?
#204067 to #204066 - hateandwhiskey
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people just feel the need to fuck each other over, it's our nature.

just makes it clearer who your real friends are.

i should know, most of mine are dead.
User avatar #204064 to #204063 - rhevol
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sorry for bad english, its not mother lenguage, but i tried so hard cuz sounds stupid and childish but i wanted to be listened/readed by someone..... all my friends are having fun and other friends are asleep