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#152817 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
I'm going to take my second driving lesson today which involves driving on the highway for a while. I'm really anxious about it mostly because I'll be going faster and I'll have to make decisions even quicker. Is driving on the highway going to be tough for the first time? If it means anything, on my first lesson yesterday the fastest I went was 60 mph which didn't feel too bad, but I'm still afraid of keeping that speed for a long time.
User avatar #152850 to #152817 - nigalthornberry (09/03/2014) [-]
It's not too bad it feels like normal driving because the curves are longer to compensate and the other cars are going the same speed
#152825 to #152817 - ilikelizards (09/03/2014) [-]
The highway is the best area of driving. youll be going fast but it really wont seem that way with other cars around you going the same speed.
#152815 - thebroble (09/03/2014) [-]
What's up advice? Anyone want to trade advice or give an ear to listen to me? It's a long story but if someone replys that is willing to listen you would help more than you know.
What's up advice? Anyone want to trade advice or give an ear to listen to me? It's a long story but if someone replys that is willing to listen you would help more than you know.
User avatar #152816 to #152815 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
sure dude. hit it. might not reply as fast, but let's hear your story anyway
#152819 to #152816 - thebroble (09/03/2014) [-]
I just recently moved to Florida from Virginia. Back home I had no family and my only source of income was being a Weed dealer. My Mom kicked me out when I was 16 and I never met my Dad. Anyway a family friend reached out to me and told me I could move in with her down in Florida because she knew I had no home and that I had been living in house with two meth addicts (The house should've been condemned it was so bad and they stole from me constantly but I couldn't find a job so I had no way to get my own place and I was still in Highschool) Well when I turned 18 I decided that I would go to Florida, I have had enough with living with these meth addicts. The only problem was when I left I left behind my Girlfriend of 3 years. A woman that I honestly thought one day in the future I would marry. So when I left I held her and told her I would always love her and that we still be together even though we were so far apart. I haven't seen her since and that was the beginning of summer. Now here comes the problem, Should I go on?
I just recently moved to Florida from Virginia. Back home I had no family and my only source of income was being a Weed dealer. My Mom kicked me out when I was 16 and I never met my Dad. Anyway a family friend reached out to me and told me I could move in with her down in Florida because she knew I had no home and that I had been living in house with two meth addicts (The house should've been condemned it was so bad and they stole from me constantly but I couldn't find a job so I had no way to get my own place and I was still in Highschool) Well when I turned 18 I decided that I would go to Florida, I have had enough with living with these meth addicts. The only problem was when I left I left behind my Girlfriend of 3 years. A woman that I honestly thought one day in the future I would marry. So when I left I held her and told her I would always love her and that we still be together even though we were so far apart. I haven't seen her since and that was the beginning of summer. Now here comes the problem, Should I go on?
User avatar #152876 to #152819 - dsendz (09/04/2014) [-]
what part of florida I just moved down from WV
User avatar #152897 to #152876 - thebroble (09/04/2014) [-]
New Port Richey
User avatar #152900 to #152897 - dsendz (09/04/2014) [-]
winter park here
User avatar #152905 to #152900 - thebroble (09/04/2014) [-]
I have no idea how far that is
User avatar #153012 to #152905 - dsendz (09/04/2014) [-]
It's about an hour. It's a suburb of Orlando.
User avatar #152820 to #152819 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
sure. what happened?
User avatar #152823 to #152820 - thebroble (09/03/2014) [-]
Well When I moved down here I texted and snapchatted her everyday and i've been here about three months. Anyway she's starting to not want to talk to me on the phone, or snapchat, and i've caught her cheating before. To make a long story short, I don't want to lose her. And she's the only person I could tell my problems. But now that I don't talk to her anymore. And i can't find a job down here and the people i'm living with are starting to lose patience.
User avatar #152828 to #152823 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
if she's cheated before, she's simply only more likely to do it again. People who cheat clearly do not consider the feelings of their partner, and care more about the short-term thrill of having sex with a stranger than the long-term consequences and impact on a relationship. You're young as fuck, and you have experienced only 20% of what is the grand experience of life. My advice, whether you like it or not, is to break all ties with your old life, including your girlfriend, and start a life anew. I don't know how close you are with the people you're living with, but often when you explain the situation well, and show your intent to proceed and excell in life from now on, they will be more understanding of your situation.
Now, the trick is to attempt to divide your problems into seperate areas, divide and conquer works quite well.

First of all, career. This is very important for the rest of your life, as it simply governs your standing in our society. Assuming you only have a high school education at best, and weren't the star pupil, you probably have a lot to catch up to. This is not something you should be ashamed of or deny. The sooner you start accepting it, the sooner you can move forward and pick up any education again. It is also good to discuss these matters in detail with the family friend, but more on that later. Assuming you dropped out, you should consult the family friend about your options in re-emerging into education, and get at least a high school diploma. This is what you should do for now concerning your career path. I will elaborate the details later.

Second, your living conditions and situation at your new home. I know this may sound hard to do, especially given your background, but you have to be open towards this family friend. She is literally the person who was generous enough to attempt to reach out to you, and get you back on track. DO NOT WASTE THIS CHANCE. She is your new family, and that is something you should come to accept

User avatar #152831 to #152828 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
If she is to be the one taking care of you, and intends to help you improve your life, you have to be completely open to her about everything. She can only support and help you if she understands the problems you face. Please don't go all "i don't need help I've been on my own 2 years" please please. She reached out to you, and now you must answer and show her efforts were far from in vain. Tell her about your problems, if not verbally, then write it on a note and hand it to her. I'll tell you later what you should discuss, but the important thing is for you to realize she is your asset by which you can improve your lifestyle. You must show that you can be an asset in the house, offer to cook from time to time, or help with cleaning up or babysitting their 4-year old. You have to show them that not only are you working yourself on getting your life back on track, but also show that you are a direct and valuable asset in their home,

social life & relationships. Off course this is a really hard part. I know you love her, and she's your number 1. But you should consider that off course the girl a man meets and loves for the first time will be his #1. But the importance is that you are now engaged in a long-distance relationship, which is hard enough in itself, but moreover the fact that she cheated once is evidence enough that she was mentally and psychologically unable to consider your feelings in making that decision. If you were to marry her, I doubt it'd change, and she would leave your heart broken and depressed. Hard as this is, you should break up. The sooner you do, the sooner you can forget about her, and focus on other matters.
User avatar #152833 to #152831 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
like finding new friends and people. There are always plenty of places looking for volunteers for whatever job, which is one good way of meeting new people. Alternatively you could try looking for what kind of clubs are in your area, and share your interest (or broaden them! try something new.) The important thing is to develop a circle of people you can have fun with, and whom can support you in other ways. Be it helpful advice, an occasional place to crash, or getting in contact to their aquaintances, it'll all help in reforming your social life. Do not be afraid to reach out to other people. Just show you are a decent person, who's always up for helping others, and can be a good listener as well as storyteller. It usually doesn't take that much for people to consider you a new friend, so go out and make some.


Financial. Now I don't know how the situation currently is. You're 18, which is of legal age, and I don't know how it works with unemployment grants or anything, but that is perhaps worth investigating what your rights are. The important thing is that finance and career are very closely related. You need finance to get a better chance at a good career, and a good career in turn grants better finance, but you've got to start somewhere. I don't know how privileged the family friend is, but it isn't a bad idea to propose them financing your re-education, at least for a high school diploma, if you can promise you'll pay back all costs +10% perhaps, as additional incentive.
But this is where you have to be careful.

I know you're young, and this might seem a lot of shit at once, but you should look at what your interests are, and start taking steps in that direction. I'd personally advise you to take as many tech/beta/computer courses as you can in HS, and then look for oppertunities at community colleges in the field of computer science or engineering. The important part is that you can show and convince others...
User avatar #152838 to #152833 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
that you have a very clear goal to pursue, and purpose in mind. And if that goal is to end up being a computer expert, or web designer or whatever, you'll be pretty much set as there are traditionally plenty of jobs in these fields. But, back on the subject, the important thing for you is to figure out what your passion is, and work towards a career that involves that passion, but does guarantee a stable job. That is to say, if you enjoy painting, drawing, and art, become a web or interface designer, rather than an artist. If you enjoy reading and writing, become an expert reviewer whom can show to significantly improve any papers rather than becoming a writer. Look what field of expertise incorporates your interests, and start working towards this goal. Havin such a goal gives you a solid ground and strong argument to ask for financial aid, because it simply shows you know not only what you need to do, but that you aim to do something. It's better asking for people to support you when other people can count on you to support them back later, and that the support given won't go to waste. This goes for financial aid as well as social relations. Show that you are a person worth investing time, attention, and money in.
I'm gonna quit typing because my hands hurt for now. But is this enough for the time being? Is it now clearer what you have to do?
User avatar #152844 to #152838 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
thebroble ?
#152847 to #152844 - thebroble (09/03/2014) [-]
Did you not see my reply?   
Also thanks a lot man. Honestly I appreciate your help for someone you don't even know!
Did you not see my reply?
Also thanks a lot man. Honestly I appreciate your help for someone you don't even know!
User avatar #152851 to #152847 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
great! I'm just glad to help another person in need. I would personally advise you to go into anything programming-related. The internet is overflowing with plenty of tutorials on every language, which makes self-studying a lot more accessible. Moreover, the big plus with programming is that once you got the hang of one language, it'll be easier to learn others thus making it easier to conform to employers requirements of different languages , and in my experience programming provides you with a very logical mindset and has granted me the ability to analyse and tackle many problems I see others struggle with. Either way, you go dude! make that first step
User avatar #152829 to #152828 - thebroble (09/03/2014) [-]
You're right. I just don't have a lot of confidence ya know? She's been my number 1 for years and one of the few things that has made me happy. And the people i'm living with have a 4 year old daughter and her husband is an alcoholic.
#152813 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
Good morning, Advice. Let me hit you with some problems that maybe you can help me out with. I just recently (in the last 4 months) got out of a 3 year relationship with my girlfriend. I actually didn't feel that bad about it because she had cheated on me numerous times and I was done with her. Now I have a beautiful girl like 9/10 who is every thing I've ever wanted in a girl physically, mentally, and sexually. We've been together for about 2-3 months and I love the fuck out of her. The problem is that, recently I've been having thoughts of being alone. I'm more at peace and happy when I'm alone. I'm happy when I'm with my girl, but I'm more happy when I'm at home alone doing what I want to do. I really care for my girlfriend and I really, really don't want to hurt her by telling her about this. What do you guys think I should do about this? It would be fine if it was a one time thought, but it happens a lot more than it should when you are in a happy relationship.
User avatar #152814 to #152813 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Relationships take a lot of time and commitment, man.
The greatest trade off is your extra time.

With me, over the past few months I had been seeing and dating this one girl, and just recently has it become 'official.'
In the past few months, I haven't been able to focus any time at all on my hobbies.
I haven't gotten any progress done on any of my websites, I haven't made any new songs, I haven't added onto a fictional story I'm writing; I just haven't had the free time between work and hanging out with her.

You just have to find a balance between spending time on your hobbies and spending time with your girlfriend.
If you know what you love to do and can actually do it, then by all means go for it. If you love the person you're in a relationship with, then by all means continue on through it.
You don't have to completely ditch one for the other, 'else you're still creating a hole.

Remember that even though you may want to spend every waking moment with her, you don't have to.
And you don't have to ditch one to have the other, either.
Maybe just take one day out of the week to do you, man. If she asks try to find a way to tell her you really wanted to get back into your hobbies. (That conversation alone could be tricky; Wording is key. Although if she loves you and trusts you then she'll understand.)
#152805 - waacson (09/03/2014) [-]
Hey guys, i wonder how it is with name colors on this site, it still has no order and people randomly get blue-er names like me out of pure randomness?
User avatar #152872 to #152805 - beatmasterz (09/03/2014) [-]
Funnyjunk veteran reporting in.
User avatar #152812 to #152805 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
The more blue, the older they are.
This account I'm posting with has been with FunnyJunk since 2010, I believ.
User avatar #152807 to #152805 - sugoi ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
Older you are the more blue you get.
User avatar #152806 to #152805 - attackofthejello (09/03/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure it has to to with how old your account is, or how many thumbs you have acquired.
User avatar #152802 - filip (09/03/2014) [-]
YO! Does anyone know what music/sound that pewdiepie (I know everyone uses it but he's the most relevant dude I can think of right now) uses when he says some bullshit or have an "illuminati moment" where he zoom in and shake the screen? It's basically just a big bass and then some epic music thereafter. I would be forever in your debt if you help me find it! Thanks in advance!
User avatar #152789 - Tyranitar ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
I had to put up with an insane and borderline abusive weight lifting coach in my senior year, but he is also the successful football coach that all the players love, so he seems to have some immunity when it comes to issues that would get him in trouble. Now he is the teacher in my brother's freshman PE class, and he is even harder on them (my somewhat out-of-shape brother had to run outside in 110 degree weather, plus humidity, for 20 minutes non-stop) Some of the girls even say they catch him staring at butts and breasts often. Keep in mind this is a 40-something year old man and 13-14 year old girls.

Several students and parents have complained, but they are usually ignored or passed off as over-exaggerated rumors made by hateful students. And the football players still suck up to him and work to silence any negative talk about him. What, if anything, can I do?
#152796 to #152789 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
see if you can dig up some past info? maybe he's been in contact with police before.
Besides, I'm not defending pedophelia or anything like it, but... the staring part is something a man can do little to help. We are simply visually attracted to attractive bodies, and it draws our attention regardless or conscious reminders of age or personality. Similar like any girl or woman would turn her head twice when a really slim and well-toned man would walk by her. It doesn't imply anything on the account of sexual advances, but positive aesthetic or attractive body traits simply draw attention regardless of gender or age. For women this is thus often the breasts and buttocks, for men this are the muscles on their body. It's just that it's easier to notice a guy looking at a woman, than it is to notice a woman checking out a guy.
#152803 to #152796 - dehumanizer (09/03/2014) [-]
>looking at girls is now considered a sexsual offence


AMERICA YES!
User avatar #152808 to #152803 - ipostcp (09/03/2014) [-]
Do you sleep?
#152809 to #152808 - dehumanizer (09/03/2014) [-]
Why do you ask?
#152810 to #152809 - ipostcp (09/03/2014) [-]
I was trying to figure out if you are a guardian spirit haunting /advice/.
#152797 to #152796 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
But regardless, the issue at hand here may be a problem of the environment it occurs in. yelling and verbal abuse is unfortunately common in these environments, but if you were to be able to get footage of such excessive cases and can display a clear psychological stress on the person being yelled at, you might get other people to think about the whole matter from another angle.
#152793 to #152789 - dehumanizer (09/03/2014) [-]
Stop beeing a bitch and take it like a man.
User avatar #152782 - thecondor (09/03/2014) [-]
whats the chrome add on where you use the web from different countries and shit it has a fire emblem in the top right
User avatar #152784 to #152782 - thecondor (09/03/2014) [-]
nevermind
User avatar #152798 to #152784 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
you're welcome.
User avatar #152781 - bananagod (09/03/2014) [-]
How do i get all the chix?
#152801 to #152781 - sugoi ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
User avatar #152788 to #152781 - squalllionhart (09/03/2014) [-]
eat their poop
User avatar #152783 to #152781 - thecondor (09/03/2014) [-]
confidence
#152772 - ilikelizards (09/03/2014) [-]
Sooo

Im 16 and finished puberty. Is it normal to have some hard spot right under your left nipple? Like, it doesnt hurt but it is kinda noticeably pushed out farther than my right. Just wonderin
User avatar #152858 to #152772 - bionicpanda (09/03/2014) [-]
if u have rock nipples still, you haven't finished puberty lol
#152867 to #152858 - ilikelizards (09/03/2014) [-]
Oh. I thought i did. oops
User avatar #152822 to #152772 - makotoitou (09/03/2014) [-]
>16
>finished puberty
aw hell naw
User avatar #152799 to #152772 - aherorising (09/03/2014) [-]
we're not doctors. so consult your actual doctor instead.
User avatar #152791 to #152772 - alecbaldwinning (09/03/2014) [-]
Sounds like male lactation. It happens sometimes, mostly around puberty, sometimes not. Set a doctors appointment to be sure.
User avatar #152786 to #152772 - delphine (09/03/2014) [-]
maybe it's your twin that you only partially absorbed in the womb?
#152773 to #152772 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
get it looked at, could be a deformity but could also be cancer, yes even at young ages.
#152770 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
i never finished my gf
i know she doesnt care and shes told me she doesnt care but it just feels bad man
User avatar #152846 to #152770 - BwainPhreeze (09/03/2014) [-]
Right, Down, Right, Y, is my favorite finishing move.
#152792 to #152770 - dehumanizer (09/03/2014) [-]
"Boo-hoo i hadnt had sex in three weeks!"
"Boo-hoo my girlfriend wont suck my dick!"

Normalfags seriously think they hasve problems, this is seriously why you all have to be killed. And why do you use a Wojak pic, do you even know what a feel is? YOU FUCKIN PRICK NO YOU DONT, GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE AND BACK TO FACEBOOK!
User avatar #152787 to #152770 - fistfireace (09/03/2014) [-]
At first I thought this was dehumanizer, but you're talking about sex. Clearly I was wrong.
User avatar #152771 to #152770 - ipostcp (09/03/2014) [-]
How do you finish a gf.
#152779 to #152771 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
im talking about making her orgasm man
#152780 to #152779 - ipostcp (09/03/2014) [-]
Spruce up your sex life maybe. Add a few toys. Or grow a few more inches.
User avatar #152766 - nigalthornberry (09/03/2014) [-]
Do you get social security when youre younger
I never heard my parents talk about it but then my dad died and I hear my mom talk about how they're screwing up with it by not counting us as a student

So am I just eligible because my dad died or are we welfare monkeys?
#152774 to #152766 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
likely welfare.
#152765 - ilikelizards (09/03/2014) [-]
Really don't like reposting issues ive had but my ubuntu 13.04 laptop still won't download anything. I keep getting the W: failed to fetch files 404 error. I tried the apt-get update and still get those W: failed to fetch files. I tried doing it on my school wifi and it still failed. Does anyone know what else i can do?
User avatar #152755 - thisistheguy (09/03/2014) [-]
Looking for someone familiar with regions of Spain - I'm going abroad next semester and was planning on going to Bilbao but heard that they only speak basque there and that is a problem seeing as though I am only able to speak Spanish. Am I totally screwed if I go there or will I be fine?
#152753 - girrafalopegis ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
I have to write a paper on the origins of creativity. What do..?   
   
 Gif to get your attention
I have to write a paper on the origins of creativity. What do..?

Gif to get your attention
User avatar #152756 to #152753 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Art Project : The identity Somewhat agreeing with Anon here.
It's completely subjective, though.

Hopefully this video could help a little. If anything it'll broaden your vision.
#152754 to #152753 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
log off
log off
#152749 - sisterblister (09/03/2014) [-]
my skin is super itchy due to fall allergies any advice to help i am going insane mostly itchy behind my beard ive washed the hell out of it please save me
my skin is super itchy due to fall allergies any advice to help i am going insane mostly itchy behind my beard ive washed the hell out of it please save me
#152776 to #152749 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
try an oil based lotion soap or tea tree oil/soap.
User avatar #152757 to #152749 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Eczema?
Dermatitis?

Could be one of the two.
Due to the fall, my eyelids get really, really itchy and start to bleed if I itch them.
All due to dermatitis.
User avatar #152767 to #152757 - sisterblister (09/03/2014) [-]
naa i just want a remedy
User avatar #152768 to #152767 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Lotion?
Or if you go to a doctor, they'll probably prescribe you Triamcinolone.

Maybe shave?
User avatar #152769 to #152768 - sisterblister (09/03/2014) [-]
to lazy to shave work to much for doctor took bunch of pills And feel a tiny bit better
User avatar #152745 - ishallsmiteyou (09/03/2014) [-]
Being stressed over ANYTHING is apparently grounds for being sent to a psychiatrist. Wat do?
User avatar #152804 to #152745 - thirdjess (09/03/2014) [-]
Hi, I'm someone with multiple issues and it took me 20 years to convince my parents to let me see a therapist, thank your lucky stars your parents have the mind to consider your mental health because as far as mine are concerned if I'm not schizophrenic 'it doesn't matter'
#152777 to #152745 - novabird ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
eh, i'd just go so they will stfu, therapists tend to deal with many issues and overbearing parents etc is just another issue, hell might even get them dragged in there with you.
but in my case i know they will find shit so i'd rather avoid it till i have no choice due to my line of work.
better details on your situation may yield clearer answers for your problems though.
User avatar #152758 to #152745 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Who is sending you to the psychiatrist?
If anything, go to them as calmly as possible and tell them that you are just stressed and don't feel like you need to see a psychiatrist.
User avatar #152760 to #152758 - ishallsmiteyou (09/03/2014) [-]
The same hunks of shit that I'm stuck under the same roof with.
User avatar #152762 to #152760 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Then just deal with it and go to a psychiatrist.
If they think you need to see one, then don't be oppressive about it; However you can't be supportive about it, either.
Don't complain but don't be eager.

And when you're with the psychiatrist, just be calm, explain the situation, tell them that you're stressed and really don't feel like you need to be there. Tell them that your parents may have been over-reacting about it. Just be calm, be yourself, and be open with the psychiatrist.

My parents sent me to a psychiatrist one time.
My mom went with me for each and every session.
It wasn't long until they narrowed down my 'anger' issues -- It was stemming from my parents.
The psychiatrist I had and my mother would scream at each other. Eventually after a few sessions of screaming, they finally decided to act like mature adults, put some blame on me and some blame on my mom, and then it was over and my parents gave up on that.

Just be yourself, and it'll become clear real quickly where the true problem lies.
User avatar #152763 to #152762 - ishallsmiteyou (09/03/2014) [-]
Thanks, I'll consider it.
User avatar #152764 to #152763 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
Yeah, anytime man.
Again, just deal with it, be open with the psychiatrist, and it really won't be long until you're done seeing the psychiatrist.
If your parents want to waste the money, then by all means let them do so out of their own ignorance.
User avatar #152747 to #152746 - ishallsmiteyou (09/03/2014) [-]
I mean how do I get people to shut the fuck up and stop pissing me off for 30 minutes.
User avatar #152748 to #152747 - brutallyhonest (09/03/2014) [-]
Erm.. j-.. jerk them..? Jerk them!


!
#152744 - anonymous (09/03/2014) [-]
With the celebrity nudes released, I heard that authorities are getting involved, and I know a lot of the sources for looking/downloading have already been removed. Am I under any danger for downloading them off piratebay? I'm not really much of an internet person, ya know.
User avatar #152759 to #152744 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/03/2014) [-]
The only real danger you're in, is having visited TPB.
Other than that, they only care if you're going to share it around when all other downloads are gone.
User avatar #152737 - comandante (09/02/2014) [-]
Guys i have a stupid problem. I don't know what it is, but for the past two years, i have really gotten into films were the main character is asian, and female. For example, the movie Gran Torino, or Eden (i know gran torino has Clint Eastwood, but the whole movie has a plot around asian culture). I don't know why, but some movies with rape scenes don't bother me at all, like law abiding citizen or I spit on your grave, im sure im not alone. However in this movies i feel absolutely remorseful, to the point were i can't stop thinking about the movie but i can't see it as a cringe like a mf. I feel like there is something wrong with me for caring about an asian girl getting raped than a white or black girl. This sounds disgusting and to some stupid, i know but i need to know what is wrong with me
#152741 to #152737 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
Japanese people are obsessed with western characters, perhaps it could work both ways.
User avatar #152738 to #152737 - misterymisterman (09/02/2014) [-]
Sounds like a bad case of Yellow Fever.
User avatar #152739 to #152738 - comandante (09/02/2014) [-]
Thats what i was thinking...Fuck. Like gran torino was the first movie were the rape scene had my jaw dropped. I get pissed every time i see the scene. I have always preferred Asians but i didn't think it could turn into something like this.
#152730 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
I am in dire need of some memes.
Please post your dankest may-mays.
#152733 to #152732 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
XD XD XD XD lolololo
#152734 to #152731 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
Le epic troll
#152724 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
Does anyone know who this is? He has something to do with Economics.
#152726 to #152724 - anonymous (09/02/2014) [-]
Ignore please, it's Kenneth Lay
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