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#144477 - alasadporcupin (07/14/2014) [-]
I need help remembering a movie, I'll try to list a few things because i just really need to remember what it is.
From what a remember:
- post apocalyptic world
-group of people trying to survive
- They end up getting caught by a group of cannibals
-leader cannibal has huge mohawk
- they try feeding one of the friends they burned to rest of the group
- the group somehow ends up escaping
- as there escaping to a car, there is a black guy in the group and he gets shot with a crossbow by one of the cannibals
-as they are driving to get away, cannibals get in a car chase with them
That's all i can remember, i haven't seen it since i was around 8, if anyone knows, please tell me.
#144481 to #144477 - alasadporcupin (07/14/2014) [-]
also i believe the black guy is Don Cheadle
#144487 to #144481 - lordpancake (07/14/2014) [-]
I think your talking about Doomsday.

Adrian Lester is the black guy.
#144470 - mattwithnonumbers ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
hi fj... so I I'm 25 and I just found out that my miother passed away. I've never posted on this board before but I just feel so intense bodyloveing lost right now. Just wondering what some of you might have done in the past to help cope with a similar situation.....
User avatar #144564 to #144470 - averagewhitekid ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Running, mostly.
It gets you some endurance and you feel great from all the endorphins
Other than that, I just use the death as a way to better myself and others around me. I never drink (with some super small exceptions) and I always DD for friends so that they don't get drunk and drive. Of course, that can't really apply to every death, but I just felt like making that point
User avatar #144496 to #144470 - foreveranonymous (07/15/2014) [-]
Well, my mother passed away Sept. 2012, when I was only 17
There isn't a whole lot you can do, honestly. Different people cope in different ways. My mother's older sister chooses not to forget about her, and always talk about her and keep memories close. I, on the other hand, choose to black out all memories of whomever dies, and try to forget about them. Not sure why I do this, it just kinda happens.
You'll have to find you're own way of coping, and time will eventually heal you're wounds
It's pretty digestive end product advice, but it's all I got. Death isn't easy to deal with :/
#144498 to #144496 - mattwithnonumbers ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
well thanks for trying to help.. i appreciate it
User avatar #144475 to #144470 - keltainenlumi ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Be with you're family. They are going through the same grief as you.
#144476 to #144475 - mattwithnonumbers ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
thats my biggest problem right now.. I live 5000km away from my nearest family member
User avatar #144478 to #144476 - keltainenlumi ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Well do you have anyone close to you living near? Like a girlfriend or a close friend?
User avatar #144482 to #144479 - keltainenlumi ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
If the pain gets too great then flying to stay with a family member that you can tolerate is an option.
#144483 to #144482 - mattwithnonumbers ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
k thx...
User avatar #144484 to #144483 - keltainenlumi ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Also try to find someone you can talk to. Face to face if possible.
#144469 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
THINGS I LIKE WHEN I'M DEPRESSED
User avatar #144461 - nigalthornberry (07/14/2014) [-]
Need someone I can pm about this digestive end product real quick
User avatar #144511 to #144461 - saltybanana (07/15/2014) [-]
whoa whoa whats going on there lil niqqa?

so friend is in surgery and im guessing you are sh1ting bricks?
User avatar #144532 to #144511 - nigalthornberry (07/15/2014) [-]
Friend woke up in surgery and haven't hear back
User avatar #144466 to #144461 - makotoitou (07/14/2014) [-]
let me guess, your either
a.) suicidal
b.) girl troubles
c.) lost in you're life

my advice is
a.) do it faggot. if your questioning it your just an attention seeking pussy
b.) give the d
c.) nigga just do the thingy
User avatar #144467 to #144466 - nigalthornberry (07/14/2014) [-]
Its actually none of those the problems with someone else
User avatar #144468 to #144467 - makotoitou (07/14/2014) [-]
be a man and tell them to intense bodylove off then
User avatar #144491 to #144468 - nigalthornberry (07/15/2014) [-]
But its about my friend that went into surgery
User avatar #144492 to #144491 - makotoitou (07/15/2014) [-]
tell him to not wake up while in surgery
User avatar #144494 to #144492 - nigalthornberry (07/15/2014) [-]
That's what happened
User avatar #144495 to #144494 - makotoitou (07/15/2014) [-]
read him a bedtime story
User avatar #144462 to #144461 - nigalthornberry (07/14/2014) [-]
im sorry for everything ive done here but i really need you're help board this is a really big point
User avatar #144463 to #144462 - nippuhl (07/14/2014) [-]
Shut up.
#144449 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Hey /advice/ I'm back. First I want to thank everyone who gave me their support when I posted that I started working out not only because I need to get stronger due to multple back surgeries but because I could use to lose a few pounds. For those lost, recap is I started working out by just walking a mile a day, and people put me down for it. My obese dad, and a couple of my very overweight/obese "friends" put me down and laughed at me, telling me to give up like I always do. (I'm not obese btw for those wondering, but I'm definitely not where I should be weight wise)    
   
So, people here encouraged me to basically tell them all to "intense bodylove off" and praised me for actually trying to lose weight unlike others. It's been two weeks so far, I've went from walking to jogging the mile everyday, I don't know about running, my doctor (several doctors actually) told me never to run with this bad back. Point being, I didn't give up, I almost did, but people here, and even an anon told me not to give up, and I didn't thanks to you all. It hurts really bad, my back is in chronic pain 24/7 due to my bad back/multiple surgeries, my legs, my thighs hurt, but I keep going everyday thanks to you all.    
   
Cont.
Hey /advice/ I'm back. First I want to thank everyone who gave me their support when I posted that I started working out not only because I need to get stronger due to multple back surgeries but because I could use to lose a few pounds. For those lost, recap is I started working out by just walking a mile a day, and people put me down for it. My obese dad, and a couple of my very overweight/obese "friends" put me down and laughed at me, telling me to give up like I always do. (I'm not obese btw for those wondering, but I'm definitely not where I should be weight wise)

So, people here encouraged me to basically tell them all to "intense bodylove off" and praised me for actually trying to lose weight unlike others. It's been two weeks so far, I've went from walking to jogging the mile everyday, I don't know about running, my doctor (several doctors actually) told me never to run with this bad back. Point being, I didn't give up, I almost did, but people here, and even an anon told me not to give up, and I didn't thanks to you all. It hurts really bad, my back is in chronic pain 24/7 due to my bad back/multiple surgeries, my legs, my thighs hurt, but I keep going everyday thanks to you all.

Cont.
User avatar #144539 to #144449 - marinepenguin (07/15/2014) [-]
People are always going to try and keep you from doing things that are good for you. As soon as you try to become something other then average, people realize their own insecurities and instead of nutting up and fixing themselves, they try to stop the person that is threatening their own self image. It's a sad situation that everyone who has worked out, or tried to get in shape as had to deal with at one point or another. Just push through it and be better!
User avatar #144531 to #144449 - thebestpieever ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Dude, intense bodyloveing mad props. This is great. May I recommend that, when you feel you've got the condition, you switch to swimming? It not only works out more muscle and takes more energy, but it also massages you while you do it, so it might help a bit with the back pain or at the very least not worsen it.
User avatar #144480 to #144449 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Shout-outs to the people who helped me through this the first time, these people really have my gratitude, thank you all:

thechosentroll
bladeboy
volero
EdwardNigma
targaryren
and of course the helpful anon(s)
#144514 to #144480 - saltybanana (07/15/2014) [-]
no its okay you dont have to give me a shout out for the nutrient advice....
no its okay you dont have to give me a shout out for the nutrient advice....
#144516 to #144514 - Decode ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Shout out Honorary Call for the person who always seems to be there when I have issues I need help with, saving the best for last....*Drum roll*  saltybanana  !!!!!
Shout out Honorary Call for the person who always seems to be there when I have issues I need help with, saving the best for last....*Drum roll* saltybanana !!!!!
#144517 to #144516 - saltybanana (07/15/2014) [-]
idk what to say....im honored
#144518 to #144517 - Decode ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
You deserved this trophy, saltybanana is best banana. Congratulations! You also have been mailed the prize of 1,000,000,000 Bananas! We also threw in you're new 2014 Mercedes Benz!
You deserved this trophy, saltybanana is best banana. Congratulations! You also have been mailed the prize of 1,000,000,000 Bananas! We also threw in you're new 2014 Mercedes Benz!
#144519 to #144518 - saltybanana (07/15/2014) [-]
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ffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuaaaa-
#144489 to #144480 - targaryren (07/15/2014) [-]
oh gosh
oh gosh
User avatar #144454 to #144449 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
We're going to the beach, and I'm deathly afraid to take my shirt off. I feel like everyone's watching me, judging me, and I think they think the worst thoughts about me. Even worse, people WILL stare at me, because I have two giant scars, one on my spine line, one across my side from my spine surgeries. People always look at them, and usually I don't mind, I think my scars are intense bodyloveing awesome, but with my shirt off I don't want all the stares, because then I assume they think I'm some overweight, gross scarred monster. I have surgerical scars, massive scars on my arms and legs from a bad accident. What should I do /advice/? telling myself "they can just intense bodylove off" or "who cares what they think?" doesn't do it for me, it doesn't help...because I care what people think of me, of what I look like, I've tried to change that about me but I can't. I want to have fun at this beach with my family, I really do. Please, someone help.
User avatar #144527 to #144454 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Everyone is different.
Some display this feature physically, others have it mentally.

Scars should be the least of you're worries.
Be happy with you're body. Even though it's given you complications, there's still things to be grateful for.

For instance, my cousin is paralyzed from the neck down. She was shot at point-blank range at 16. She's 28 now, if I recall correctly.

It could always be worse, but even in those situations it's up to you to find the best in those scenarios. Things will only get better if you want them to get better. Be more positive about you'reself in general. Don't ever doubt you'reself.
User avatar #144512 to #144454 - coconuthat (07/15/2014) [-]
Hey man those scars are you're battle scars! Don't let the stares get to you, I know how you feel i was afraid to wear a bikini due to having stretch marks from getting fat, but now i've lost some weight and even though im still not comepletely comfortable, I tell myself that i'm bettering myself and that im not being stared at at all. In reality you may feel like your being stared at but that's just nerves. They might look at you're scars for a couple seconds but then they'll just turn away. If your that nervous why not do a test take off you're shirt for a few minutes, go into the water and such and see how you feel, try to immerse you'reself into having fun and the water, you'll probably forget about all the people. But after a few minutes and you feel uncomfy put the shirt back on but instead of a big heavy shirt try a whitebeater shirt! it's light and wont drag you down too much.
User avatar #144471 to #144454 - satoshileex (07/14/2014) [-]
Because a lot of people wear their shirts to the beach its really not that big of a deal. I myself am in a similar situation where I'm trying to lose weight and build muscle but the point I'm at right now I would not feel comfortable taking off my shirt either. So if you're reason is because of you're scars or because of you're weight I wouldn't, but if you don't care don't let others reactions stop you.
User avatar #144473 to #144471 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
It's because of both my scars and my weight that I don't want to take my shirt off. I was hoping for advice from someone though...help talk me through it like last time I posted...I want to take my shirt off, I want to be proud of myself, but I'm not, I hate myself, I hate the body I have. If I don't get any other advice....guess I will wear a shirt....I really wanted to take a step forward against my bad self esteem, but maybe not...
User avatar #144485 to #144473 - satoshileex (07/14/2014) [-]
Well I can understand the weight thing and the scars I have keyloids on my body but like I said my problem is my weight not my scars. I don't the people you come in contact with but scars aren't something you can control so if people do question tell them the truth and leave it at that. For you're weight if you know you're not that overweight you're problem clearly isn't you're weight. If you are the weight you seem its not that bad and people really don't care that much about weight, no matter how much you're family and friends are dicks about it. The scars are as I said not an issue because you can't help them, you are blaming you'reself about something you can't do much about and acting as though you deserve to have people be disgusted by it. Tell me do you're scars bother because you're family and friends talk about them?
User avatar #144486 to #144485 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
No...in a way I like my scars. They're proof that the surgeries were a success and I'm still alive. I like looking at them sometimes, and I will show SOME people, but I don't like strangers seeing them....I feel like they're judging me.
User avatar #144488 to #144486 - satoshileex (07/14/2014) [-]
But why, people naturally judge each other its not as though people specifically pick out things when they see you. Considering you seems proud or happy or content may be the best word, with you're scars why does it matter what others think about them? Its not like their opinion has any effect on the existence of you're scars or even you as a person. I mean its just one of those things that I see yes people may stare at you're scars but if you are having a good time at the beach scars or not, shirt or not it doesn't matter. you're scars and the things/reactions people have towards them do not define you, they are a part of you that exist but that doesn't make the reactions people have towards them accurate or valid.
User avatar #144464 to #144454 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
The tl;dr version for anyone who wants to help but not read the wall of text....

> I'm trying to get back into shape.
> Lose weight, I'm not obese, not even close, but I could lose some pounds, maybe 15-
20
> People put me down, try to make me give up, I have severely low self esteem, I hate myself. I always help others, but I hate myself and just started trying to fix that.
> only 20 years old, really bad spine, have two separate titanium rods screwed into spine to fix it.
> Should've been one, but the doctor made a gamble on 1 working and it failed and backfired, now I have two and chronic pain.
> Severely scarred all over body.
> I just want to lose the weight, in hopes that maybe then I'll love myself, I'll be able to look myself in the mirror again.
> I tell people my life goals are to get a good job in Forensic, maybe be a crime scene investigator, but most likely I'll try for Lab analyst.

User avatar #144465 to #144464 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
I live to help people. I always help my friends with their issues, I stay with them till the end. I rarely get thank yous, but that's fine. I've even helped a few FJ's here.

I tell people that, and it's not a lie, that's my career goal, and the goal to lose weight, but there's one goal I haven't told anyone besides my FJ family right now.

I just want to be normal like everyone else....

My body is covered is scars from surgeries that saved my life, but not everyone finds it cool when I take my shirt off. Some are disgusted, some pity me, one even called me a freak, not even kidding.

I want to lose this weight, so I can take my shirt off and be proud of my body, not be so scared, but the scars will always be there.

I will never be normal, and that's all I want...

I want to be normal, proud, and actually love myself for once in my life...
User avatar #144472 to #144465 - satoshileex (07/14/2014) [-]
If the scars are you're main problem try some of these remedies. www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Scars
User avatar #144474 to #144472 - Decode ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Thank you bud, I appreciate what your doing, and for replying to me, honest thank you.
User avatar #144448 - oborawatabinost (07/14/2014) [-]
I posted this on the tech board, but hopefully someone can lend a hand.

A year and a half ago, I just bought some random Dell laptop in a store to use for college, and now it's having a bunch of different problems. I've heard that Dell's suck (after I bought it), and I'm not sure if it's true, but I'm thinking about replacing it.

So what kind of computer would you recommend that's reliable?
User avatar #144529 to #144448 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
In order of recommendation it would have to be:

MSI
Razer
Alienware (Even though they're owned by Dell...)
Asus
Lenovo

Those are the only brands I can recommend. I've only ever had bad experiences with all other brands.

Lenovo is really great for the price, your getting the most bang for you buck here.
Asus is about as mediocre as you can get, no complaints but also no praises for them.
Alienware is just about as flashy as you can get. your going to be paying a pretty penny, but it'll last a while before it's outdated.
Razer has some really, really high quality products. Overpaying, but it's worth it.
MSI is about as beefy as you can get when it comes to laptops. your also getting a better deal than you would for an Alienware.
User avatar #144515 to #144448 - coconuthat (07/15/2014) [-]
These are considered some of the best computers to use for college, I got suggestions from my friends because i too was looking for one.

HP
Acer
Toshiba
Asus

I have an Asus pc and it's a pretty good computer i've had it about 3 years and it's still running great and my father has a toshiba, and its a pretty great laptop, and he's had that damn thing for YEARS, and uses it for everything, it still works like a champ.
User avatar #144503 to #144448 - ljxjlos (07/15/2014) [-]
I donĀ“t know jack digestive end product about computers, but my first, second and present laptop where all by Asus and I never had any problems with any of them...
User avatar #144450 to #144448 - akl (07/14/2014) [-]
If your willing to learn, it's not too hard to build one. It's definitely economical too.
User avatar #144452 to #144450 - oborawatabinost (07/14/2014) [-]
I don't really have the time for that, since college is starting up again soon. I'm not too tech-savvy anyways.
User avatar #144457 to #144453 - oborawatabinost (07/14/2014) [-]
Everyone on there is talking about gaming PCs. I do some gaming, but not enough to buy some expensive computer for the sole purpose of gaming. I want something reliable that will keep working after a year and a half...
User avatar #144459 to #144457 - akl (07/14/2014) [-]
Well then I can't help you. Sorry.
#144443 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Halp

So I met a girl online (yes completely legit girl, no chance of it being a guy or whatever.)
We've camsexed loads, and she wants to meet up.
Only, I gave her a fake name, at first, and ended up sticking with it as time went on. I'd love to meet her n stuff, but I'd need a reason to get out of the house for a couple of days as I live with my parents, and if it fell through at all then they'd know the truth - and I can't tell the girl my real name and stuff because then it would be out that I did this with a fake name, as well.
I don't want it known that I use a fake name on the internet with girls, and I see no way of meeting her secretly (it would be quite far from my home)
So then I'd need to tell her I can't meet her...but what's a good reason I could give her? What do I say when she asks?!

so yeah, lol. Any ideas or am I intense bodyloveed?
User avatar #144526 to #144443 - thatnigger (07/15/2014) [-]
Honestly, if you guys are planning on doing anything more, like actually try and make this online thing work IRL as well, then you'll have to tell her. Make it sound like you used a fake name because you didn't really trust people on the internet and felt like they would all come after you, which is a legit reason anyway, and make it sound like you wanted to tell her but you were afraid she'd feel like you were a liar, which isn't much of a lie in itself as well.
#144447 to #144443 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Why did you use a fake name in the first place? Well I will just do what I usually do, list you're options and say what I would do.   
   
1. Don't meet her    
--> would probably result in you loosing cantact with her so it's not really in you're interest right?   
   
2. Meet her behind you're parents back   
--> Going behind you're parents back isn't really the best thing to do but it's a valid option    
   
3. Tell you're parents half of the truth, that you met a girl online and that you want to meet up with her - why wouldn't they let you?    
   
4. Tell everyone the whole truth - tell the girl you've been using a wrong name for the lulz, tell you're parents whats up and visit her   
   
I can't make this decision for you and since I don't really have much information about you or you're parents I can't exactly say if telling the truth would be a good option. To be honest the easiest way would be to lie to you're parents, say that you go on a trip with friend X and just stick to the name you originally gave her. Considering you already camsexed a lot you will probably be able to get intercourse with her that way, but you won't get a relationship.   
   
So it's basically    
   
1. do nothing   
2. risk to lose you're parents trust and throwing away chances of a relationship BUT you get the sex   
3. risk to loose everything with the chance of everything   
   
It all depends on what you want. If you want some casual sex, option 2 would be the easiest. I mean who hasn't lied to his parents?   
If you actually like this girl you can only risk it all, hope for you're parents support and her forgiveness.    
   
I gotta say, you managed to get you'reself in a really dried cum situation, best of luck man.
Why did you use a fake name in the first place? Well I will just do what I usually do, list you're options and say what I would do.

1. Don't meet her
--> would probably result in you loosing cantact with her so it's not really in you're interest right?

2. Meet her behind you're parents back
--> Going behind you're parents back isn't really the best thing to do but it's a valid option

3. Tell you're parents half of the truth, that you met a girl online and that you want to meet up with her - why wouldn't they let you?

4. Tell everyone the whole truth - tell the girl you've been using a wrong name for the lulz, tell you're parents whats up and visit her

I can't make this decision for you and since I don't really have much information about you or you're parents I can't exactly say if telling the truth would be a good option. To be honest the easiest way would be to lie to you're parents, say that you go on a trip with friend X and just stick to the name you originally gave her. Considering you already camsexed a lot you will probably be able to get intercourse with her that way, but you won't get a relationship.

So it's basically

1. do nothing
2. risk to lose you're parents trust and throwing away chances of a relationship BUT you get the sex
3. risk to loose everything with the chance of everything

It all depends on what you want. If you want some casual sex, option 2 would be the easiest. I mean who hasn't lied to his parents?
If you actually like this girl you can only risk it all, hope for you're parents support and her forgiveness.

I gotta say, you managed to get you'reself in a really dried cum situation, best of luck man.
#144455 to #144447 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Thanks, and yep, I intense bodyloveed up lol.
There's no guarantee she'll be coming to meet up with me yet, it was going to be on a holiday she was going to go to, but I'm not sure if she's going or not. We'll see.

I'm trying to thumb you up but when I refresh it disappears, so if you've got no thumb, sorry.
#144456 to #144455 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
I am not doing this for toes so I don't mind.
User avatar #144430 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
Normally i never use boards..

But i thought i wanted to try it, also now when i really need some advice on what to do.

*Warning really long text inc.*

Ok my problem is following, I been talking/writing with this girl the past 5 month, and we have become really good friends in the meantime, we tell each others personal problems, we tell each others secret we help each other, we are just really being there and helping each other. She allways could make me happy and smile whenever i wrote with her, and she was just so great overall ofcouse she had her flaws that i dissagreed on but something i learned to accept. But lately she has been hurting me a lot, like once or twice every week i feel hurted by her, and i get really dissapointed in her, and sometimes feel like giving up with her, but then i allways keep trying because i really like her, and every thought i have is about her.. And it would allways be good thoughts i had about her. And i just had so many good times with her that i keep forgiving her for what she has done to me every time, and we became fast best friends again and were talking like normal again, but this thing has been repeated the past 4 weeks..

But then this one day i accidently pushed her a bit too much with telling me something because she was teasing me and making me curious, and i didn't mean to be pushing, but apperantly i did.. But she got really dissapointed at me for this, and we got in a kinda discussion, and this really reminds of all the discussion we could have everytime she hurted me. So when we ended it and i thought we maybe was good friends again and she had forgiven me. There was a lot of tension around us, like she hadn't forgiven me and she still was annoyed on me.. And i have been begging for forgiveness for so long time, and she says she have forgiven me, but there is still like this tension, and it just doesn't feel normal around her anymore..

*will continue in a reply to this*
User avatar #144431 to #144430 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
*Continue*

And i got really confused because i allways manage to forgive her and become good friends with her again, but that it seemed she still was kinda mad on me about me accidently doing something wrong made me really annoyed on her.. Because it wasn't my intention, and i allways forgave her for her "accidents", and we allways made it through but right now we really don't seem to be making it through.. Because she seems more reserved than before, it just seems that we aren't that close anymore as we have been..

And now instead of good thoughts about her, i get bad thoughts and i have been thinking of just stopping our friendship here because she is really hurting me a lot with not being the "normal" girl i know.. and just kinda keeping me out of her life where i was use to knowing everything..

But i know i can't live without her.. i allways get thoughts about her, and i just need some advice on what to do, maybe what to say to her? because i am really down at the moment, getting annoyed on everyone and just all in generel confused.. If i should just leave her alone, or if i should keep trying.. because it feels like i have tried so long and hard for us to be "best friends" but it feels like she isn't doing anything..

Sorry for making this so long but i didn't know how to short it down.. i hope somebody can help me a bit (:..

Thanks in advance!
User avatar #144537 to #144431 - thatnigger (07/15/2014) [-]
Alright, you got a lot of work to do.
Honestly, I get how you feel. So you just want to get you're best friend back and have fun talking day after day again, but you also might have feelings for her.
I say the first thing you need to do is surprise her with something nice, do something nice for her. I guess it's hard because you don't actually live near her, but try and like create a really nice moment with her. Like play an online game together or watch something together and joke around and have so much fun. If she really enjoyed it, then bring up that you miss being able to do this because she seems to distance nowadays and hopefully she'll at least pay more attention to you.
As for the feelings part, you can either move on, or start extremely slow. Basically, start building up trust with her but more importantly, try and get to the point that she'll be able to tell you anything and you'd be able to tell her anything. Like you don't even need to ask, she'd already tell you how her day's going or even you're both not afraid to tell each other something. Then try and see if she likes you, if there are no signs, then still tell her you're feelings but don't expect too much. When you do tell her you're feelings, make sure you don't just full come out and just tell her that you've thought of the idea and wanted to know what she thought. If you're already talking so much and trust each other, you should hope that she's not afraid to tell you what she's actually thinking and then hopefully you'll know whether it's time to move on or get with her.
User avatar #144586 to #144537 - wermii (07/15/2014) [-]
Well yea.. i want the good times back, and i have been talking/playing with her a bit lately but it still seems like she is a bit reserved atm. We used to be able to talk about everything (though with her i needed to ask a lot), but because i acciedently hurted her she closed me a bit out, and she really doesn't seem to forgive me yet. And this is really just confusing me because we used to be so happy together, she could allways make me smile and laugh.. and now she just seems a bit distance, like we went from "best friends" to "friends" and this really annoys me because 5 month of really awesome time together got ruin by one stupid accident by me, that in my opinion wasn't that bad at all..

But i guess i can try and create a nice moment with her.. and tell her this, but i feel like i need to remind her that i am here too every week almost, because she have some weird things that are really hard (driving me crazy) to live with and work around, and it is these things that keep hurting me, example she forgets a lot of stuff, she can in generel be very hard too understand, and what to do and not to do around her. But i tried and told her that i stay with her no matter what and no matter what problems would come, that i care for her and wouldn't want to lose her. But it all seems too fall apart atm. because i also even considdered to cut communication.. and she just manage to get on my nerves for what ever reason..
User avatar #144623 to #144586 - thatnigger (07/15/2014) [-]
You can also tell her sometimes you think too much about things, and you get hurt just like she does. Tell her that even though you hurt each other, at the end of the day you still don't want to lose her as a best friend and you miss the times you had.
Relationships don't always work though, friendships or otherwise. Tell her if she thinks it's worth it though, that she should give you another chance to be good friends with her or at least you'll try to make it worth it.
#144434 to #144431 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
You really wrote a lot of stuff without telling much. It's like you are a politician, if your going to elaborate then you can also include the important information. I got a few questions here:

1. Do you have feelings for her in a romantical way? Were you in a relationship of some sort?
2. What exactly did she do to "hurt" you?
3. What do you mean you were too "pushy"?
4. What was that thing that you did to make her mad? Was is the "being to pushy" stuff?
User avatar #144441 to #144434 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
Sorry i guess i didn't realize it myself..

1. I have been questioning this myself.. I really don't know because i really like her she is really great, she could allways make me laugh and smile, but i never thought of being in a relationship with her. Because we are really close and i think i would find it weird if we were a in a relationship.

2. I can give a example, we were getting really close atm. and she began calling me "sweety" and because she didn't do it before i felt flattered by it, and she also told me i and her ex best friend was the only people she called that, but then i was in a skype group conversation and heard her call somebody else "sweety" i felt kinda lied too and got a bit confused, where she tried to explain further to me that she called other people it too because they needed it too sometimes (She is a person who helps almost everybody with problems), and then she made me feel like just another guys she is trying to help.. and because she told me earlier that i was one of the only ones she called that i also felt lied too.. this is just one of the instances but this one is the most fresh in my mind atleast.

3. I was too pushy in a way that we were talking together and she had just been to a festival and i asked if there was something really intresting happen, and she said "maaaybe" and i ofcourse got curious and asked into it, but it ended up with me pushing her a bit to try to tell me it, even though it wasn't my intention, she told me she hates to feel pushed to do something and she will just completly shut you out if you do it, and that is what happende to me i guess..

4. Yes, it was me that was being too pushy.

A little add one for some more information, we met online and we have actually never met in real life yet, we have ofcourse been on skype together, and wrote a lot with each other but we also live in different countries (Me in Denmark, she in Germany).

Jeez i am not good at making these short..
#144442 to #144441 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
It doesn't have to be short. In fact, the more text the better. Sometimes you can already see certain habits/intentions just from the choice of words so it's really helping.

Well you really have to figure out you're feelings for her. For me it sound like you have some feelings for her cause you get hurt by stuff like that. You said you can't live with her, you feel excluded sometimes and you want to be special to her, all signs that you want more then a friendship. If you never met her this will be difficult though. I wouldn't want to get this attached to a girl online, i got a good online friend as well who would probably make a great girlfriend but cause of the distance I just want to stay friends you know? You should try to find more friends or other girls in real life, maybe go out more often, try to talk to more people you don't know, just overall be open minded. If you really wanna try it with her though, you could arrange a meet up. I mean the distance between denmark and germany isn't exactly the biggest is it? In what part of germany does she life btw?
User avatar #144444 to #144442 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
She lives in cologne, and we have actually talked a lot of meeting up. The only problem that have been for not doing so have been our economy, because my job went bankrupt recently so i have only had enough money to survive. But yea i guess i do have feelings for her, because i often get a bit jealous around her when she does stuff with other people, because i feel like i want to be there when she has fun.. But this is really weird because normally i never get jealous on anything, i didn't really get jealous either with my ex girlfriend if she was having a fun time with other boys (Ofcourse fun like in partying/talking). But with this girl she could apperantly give me this feeling of jealousy.. Even if she was just talking with some others. But also a thing to note is she also got the tendency to be jealous around me when i talked with others and played with others. We have talked about this together and worked it out, i still tend to be jealous but i can fast shake it off because i still know she is closer with me than she is with anybody else. Or atleast she tells me that, but one thing i know is she is the only person i have ever trusted to open myself up too and i guess that is why i have a fear of loosing her, because she became very important to me very quickly because she allways been there for me and helped me out when i was down.

And i think you are right, i realized some stuff while writing this, and i been thinking about them, but i still feel like i am a bit lost with i don't know if i should keep trying to stay with her, because i sometimes get the feeling that she isn't fighting as much as me and it can hurt a bit.
#144445 to #144444 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Well if you can be so open about anything with her, why don't you tell her that? I mean if you think about cutting contact you might as well try everything else before. You got a few options to choose from here so I will just list them to make it easier for you.

1. Continue like now - wouldn't really recommend that since your obviously not happy with the situation
2. cut contact back a bit, stay friends - gives you the option to work on you're social life outside of the internet
3. cut contact completely
4. tell her about you're feelings for her and try to get with her

As said I would totally recomment number 4 cause afterwards you still have options 2 and 3 if it fails. If she does like you you can save up money for a meeting and maybe things will work out for you? I don't know. I can't tell you what to choose, it's you're choice to make.
User avatar #144446 to #144445 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
Really appreciate the advice, but i really don't think a relationship would work, first i don't feel like being in a relationship as of right now, and secound we have been talking about being together with people and she told me a lot of times she closed boys completly out because they tell her they love her. She told me that she doesn't feel capable of loving and she doesn't want a relationship, and she hates people who tell her they love her because it forces her out in a situation where she needs to reject them because she is a bit weird on that point.

And i am actually scared that there is a chance that i could lose her because i come out of nowhere and try to start a relationship..

But i also considdered just trying to close her out a bit, and make her feel wanting to get back in, and be a bit reserved myself.. i don't know if its a good idea, because i have allways been open towards her with everything and allways told her what i was doing..

But here i am just scared of her not wanting to get back in..
#144451 to #144446 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
This is a really complex situation I gotta say. Well it all comes down to you're decision. It's probably not very healthy to continue like this but if you feel happy the way it is then i see no problem why you shouldn't. Talk to her about you're problems, afterall your close right? If you can mantain a friendshio with her without being on a self destruction mode (rejecting everyone else because of her, obsessing over what she thinks) you can definitly continue like this.
User avatar #144458 to #144451 - wermii (07/14/2014) [-]
Well, i was happy with her. Heck she would be the last thing i thought before i slept and the first thing i would think of when i woke up, the thought of her allways gave me a smile, and i was just allways happy when i talked with her, just to be able to talk with her..

And yes we are close, but i have talked with her about the whole situation that i feel that there is a unneccesary tension lately between us and i want to know what if anything was wrong, and we would talk about it for a while and we would stop, and be good friends again but the very next day the same tension will appear from her side..

And it is like if i ask if she is okay, sometimes she wont answer. But if i ask her maybe an hour later another question like "what are you doing?" she would asnwer that and would still ignore the previous question, and i feel like i need to push her before she is willing to answer me, but obviously i can't push her.. Where before there was no problem and she would say if she was fine or not and we would talk about stuff together and have a good time in generel, but it seems like now she doesn't want me as a close friend anymore, more just like a normal friend.. and this really makes me frustrated because i have only made one mistake (what i know of), and she is still tormenting me with it.. Where i could easier forgive her with her hurting me multiple times and we would come back from it closer and stronger together.. But right now it just seems so hard to get back to how we were before..

Sorry for keeping on writing all this crap, but i guess i need to get all these thoughts out somewhere, and when she is the only one i have ever trusted i don't know where else to go than her.. But now i am trying this because i feel like i would have a hard time atm. talking with her about this because of her recent behaviour towards me..

Again i really appreciate all the help you are offering to me! thanks again!
#144522 to #144458 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
When you get down to it, all relationships  Even friendships  rely on one basic principle: Communication.   
   
Although it seems like you've exhausted all of you're possible options.   
You need to talk this through with her one last time.   
Now when you approach her with this, cut the "unnecessary tension" aspect and go straight for:   
> "Hey... So.. I know I may have brought this up before, but it really seems like you don't want to talk to me at times... It makes the friendship feel one-sided. It feels like I'm missing out on something; That I'm the only one trying to keep it going. I might be blowing this out of proportion, and if I am tell me, but the friendship isn't the same as it used to be..."   
See where that takes you. You can change that however you like, and by no means do you have to repeat it word for word. It's a simple suggestion.   
   
Just be open and honest with her, as you are with us right now.   
   
If you and her are conversing with each other for more than two hours a day, every day, then it should be obvious that both of you have feels for each other.   
Online relationships, even friendships, are extremely hard to keep. Drop contact for more than 8 hours? That's going to affect the relationship. Drop contact for more than 16 hours? your really dampening it now, and will hurt it for quite a while. Drop contact for a full day or more? Irreversible damage. Longer than 3 days? It's over.   
Friendships are easier to maintain, but when you start going on a spree of speaking to one another for several hours a day, everyday... Then breaking that constant form of contact in the slightest will really hinder the entire thing.   
   
Now it's clear that she does like you, or did at some point. But once girls start slowly ignoring certain aspects of you're conversation, then that means they have a big problem, and are keeping quiet about it. For instance, my ex stopped adding hearts after "Good Night," then she quickly dropped saying "Good Night" all together.
When you get down to it, all relationships Even friendships rely on one basic principle: Communication.

Although it seems like you've exhausted all of you're possible options.
You need to talk this through with her one last time.
Now when you approach her with this, cut the "unnecessary tension" aspect and go straight for:
> "Hey... So.. I know I may have brought this up before, but it really seems like you don't want to talk to me at times... It makes the friendship feel one-sided. It feels like I'm missing out on something; That I'm the only one trying to keep it going. I might be blowing this out of proportion, and if I am tell me, but the friendship isn't the same as it used to be..."
See where that takes you. You can change that however you like, and by no means do you have to repeat it word for word. It's a simple suggestion.

Just be open and honest with her, as you are with us right now.

If you and her are conversing with each other for more than two hours a day, every day, then it should be obvious that both of you have feels for each other.
Online relationships, even friendships, are extremely hard to keep. Drop contact for more than 8 hours? That's going to affect the relationship. Drop contact for more than 16 hours? your really dampening it now, and will hurt it for quite a while. Drop contact for a full day or more? Irreversible damage. Longer than 3 days? It's over.
Friendships are easier to maintain, but when you start going on a spree of speaking to one another for several hours a day, everyday... Then breaking that constant form of contact in the slightest will really hinder the entire thing.

Now it's clear that she does like you, or did at some point. But once girls start slowly ignoring certain aspects of you're conversation, then that means they have a big problem, and are keeping quiet about it. For instance, my ex stopped adding hearts after "Good Night," then she quickly dropped saying "Good Night" all together.
#144524 to #144522 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Appending my comment:

The best course of action you can do right now, is talking it through with her. Preferably with a statement close to the one I made.
Otherwise the friendship relationship is doomed to die off. There is a problem and if it isn't talked through and resolved, then it'll only get worse.

Let's face it, you are practically in an online relationship with her, but both of you are stubborn enough to not admit it. Again, any more contact than a few hours a day means both parties have feelings for each other. Another dead give away, would surely be if you and her have talked about you're ex's. If she brought that up at any point, or if she was willing to speak about it, then you both certainly feelings for each other.

She sounds like a really great match for you, don't let this go.
Try to fix things between you and her.

Anyhow, it honestly sounds like both of you have some growing up to do. No offense; However if both of you are far too stubborn to state the obvious, that you two are in a relationship of some sort, then both aren't really mature enough to keep it going.
She needs to learn to state her problems with you/ the relationship. She needs to know that your there for her to be completely open and honest with.
Be open and honest with her, open you'reself up to her, and see if she opens herself up as well.

Tell her that you like her. Do not tell her you love her, just like. Love is far too strong of a word for an online relationship. You know it, I know it, she knows it, and there's just no point in going that far. This shows even more immaturity.
Tell her that your afraid that at some point she may become distant from you, and you don't want to lose her.

See if she owns up to her feelings for you.
Besides, what have you got to lose? She's already becoming distant. Worst case scenario you don't do anything and she becomes more and more distant from you.
User avatar #144585 to #144524 - wermii (07/15/2014) [-]
Really great advice, and i will certainly try something a long the line of you're quote.

And you are right with she was begginning to drop certain things that i really kind of missed..

And yes we do have a really close bond, by i allways saw it as "best friends".

Also this was how our "relationship" started, i was really down at one point where everything was kinda falling apart, and she was there at the right time and i kinda letted her in, and then we began first talking about all the stuff in my life, and she helped me out and suddently she also began opening for me. And we got really close, like we would have conversations from we woke up till we went to bed, but yea lately it has been a bit dull.. maybe also on my part, because i sometimes feel like i was the one allways trying to start it and keep it going.

She knows i really like her and care about her and that i am afraid to miss her, she have also said this back too me. But maybe reminding her would maybe help..

Thank you again, you really open my eyes more up with this, and help me see some better solutions than my own that was obviously not the greatest..
User avatar #144588 to #144585 - wermii (07/15/2014) [-]
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User avatar #144589 to #144588 - wermii (07/15/2014) [-]
Wow my big tittied mommy changed them to intense bodylove with grammar nazis..

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#144460 to #144458 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
I am glad I could help you but I don't really know what to say anymore. I don't know you 2 so I can't really say more then what I already said, sorry. Maybe one of the other advice-fags can help you better.

thatadmin xXThatxOnexGuyXx
User avatar #144528 to #144460 - thatnigger (07/15/2014) [-]
Ahhh, I can't get mentions....
#144377 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
ITT: Job Searching
I've been unemployed for about three years now and I don't really know what I'm doing wrong. Getting interviews is rare, but still possible. But after being denied for so long I'm starting to get discouraged. Anyone know places I can work online or just general tips for getting a job? I'd really be grateful.
User avatar #144428 to #144377 - nigalthornberry (07/14/2014) [-]
Mturk for online

Answer the questions correctly not honestly
User avatar #144426 to #144377 - beatmasterz (07/14/2014) [-]
Do they give you any reason for rejection?
#144432 to #144426 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Sometimes 'lack of experience', but otherwise no.
User avatar #144433 to #144432 - beatmasterz (07/14/2014) [-]
How many times have you applied?
#144435 to #144433 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
At least 10+ a day for random places.
User avatar #144436 to #144435 - beatmasterz (07/14/2014) [-]
huh that's weird. Do you want a parttime or fulltime?
#144437 to #144436 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Fulltime would be great, but I usually ask for both.
User avatar #144438 to #144437 - beatmasterz (07/14/2014) [-]
but no side jobs?
#144439 to #144438 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Not really.
User avatar #144440 to #144439 - beatmasterz (07/14/2014) [-]
I don't know much about that sorry
#144392 to #144377 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
There are places that give you a job in take get a cut of you're pay. The people are called contracts. You might have one in you're area.
User avatar #144385 to #144377 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Amazon Fulfillment.
The best job you can get, quickly.
User avatar #144386 to #144385 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Just don't settle for a temporary position. Go for a full-time "blue-badge" position.
#144387 to #144386 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Do you have experience with this or know someone who has? I'm going to sign up in a heartbeat, but it would be nice to know what it's like.
User avatar #144398 to #144387 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
I worked as a Fulfillment Associate for about 6 months.
In it's barest form; It's a job.
A laborious job.
Although you are guaranteed 40 hours a week. Work weekends or nights and you get $0.50 extra an hour.

I personally worked Back-Half Nights.
$12/ hr, Tues-Fri 6pm-4:30am.
During "Peak" you're shift will change; For instance, mine changed to: Wed-Sat, 6pm-6:30am (During over-time, such as the entire month of December, I was working Tues-Sat, 6pm-6:30am)

The work itself is easy if you shut off you're brain and just roll with it.
In my opinion, you would want to steer clear of ICQA and Pack. Both jobs are mind numbing. With ICQA you count all items in the bins. Not exciting at all. You'll leave exhausted. With Pack, your standing still the entire time.
You would want to be a picker, or part of AFE. With picking, it's simply "Go into the pick-mod, read what's on you're scanner, scanner shows what lane and what bin the item is in, get the item, put it into a plastic tote, and go to the next item."
Very simple, fast-paced, will keep you in good shape, and easy to make rate. This is what I was doing when I joined on. Always made well above rate so long as I shut off my brain.
AFE is essentially sorting, really. There's many other jobs in each facility, but those are the most common. There's also hot-picking, tote-team, stow, etc.

Stow is possible to make rate, but stow seems like it's where they mainly put temps. Stow and ICQA.
Temps are a hit or miss, but in my opinion, more often than not, they don't take their job seriously.

Anyhow, it's an easy job to get, just make sure you get a blue-badge when joining on. If you get a white-badge and become a temp, then do everything you can to transfer and become a blue-badge. (White-Badge/ White-ID Card == Temporary Employment, like Seasonal type deal, but you can stay as long as you want. Blue-Badge/ Blue-ID Card == Full-time employment. Will never be laid off.)
User avatar #144408 to #144398 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Also, breaks:

Each day you'll get two 15 minute breaks, and one 30 minute lunch break.
The two 15 minute breaks are paid breaks. You clock out only for the lunch break.

All in all, it's a really great job to have if your fine with moving around a lot or not , and if your fine with working 40 hours a week. If one week ends up coming short because of the facility being snowed in or something, then the next week they'll add on over-time to compensate for that. You will get 40 hours a week.

Also, it is possible to get a shift change, such as switch from working Nights to Days or vice-versa, but it may take a few months until the opportunity comes.

Everything is professionally run.
Anyone who slacks off when working, such as stops to talk or sleeps, will be fired. I've seen a few people sleep in the pick-mods before. I've even seen a few people stop stowing and talk for two hours, then started laughing off at who would get fired first. Needless to say, I never saw them again after that.

So if you keep to you'reself, keep talking to a bare minimum until breaks, and shut you're brain off and work, you'll do fine.
#144407 to #144398 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
This is really helpful. Thank you very much. There doesn't seem to be any job postings in my state, so I might have to move, but I will apply without a doubt.
User avatar #144411 to #144407 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Keep looking. Worst-case scenario you apply in September/ August. There are always openings then. Especially for temps.
The Facility I worked at hired on 6,000 temps between August and November. Then a few hundred more in December.
#144418 to #144411 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
where do i look for a job here (different anon)
User avatar #144420 to #144418 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
services.amazon.com/careers/main.htm?ld=NSGoogleAS
www.amazonfulfillmentcareers.com/ www.amazonfulfillmentcareers.com/opportunities/fac

A simple Google search of:
"Fulfillment by Amazon"
and
"Amazon Fulfillment Careers"

What I was describing was part of their Fulfillment Centers/ Facilities.
User avatar #144421 to #144420 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
And here:
www.amazonfulfillmentcareers.com/opportunities/war

If possible, go for Fulfillment Associate. Try not to go for Part-Time Fulfillment Associate.
User avatar #144383 to #144377 - volero (07/14/2014) [-]
I tried to find a summer job before I go back to college and applied to 10+ places and didn't hear back from a single one.
#144384 to #144383 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I know how that feels. It sucks, huh?
User avatar #144379 to #144377 - delphine (07/14/2014) [-]
How do you go about applying? A lot of times it's being in the right place in the right time, networking, and making a good impression. Do you have business cards?
#144380 to #144379 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I usually apply in person or use snagajob. I don't have any business cards, but to be honest, I'm not looking for anything fancy either. Just entry level things, since I don't have any real experience. The last job I did was sign spinning.
User avatar #144381 to #144380 - delphine (07/14/2014) [-]
You can never come off as too professional even for an entry level job in ITT. You have to convince them as to why they should hire you, with no previous experience, over someone else with more experience. Talk about what skills or qualities do you have that would benefit them and how you would be an asset to their company or business.
#144382 to #144381 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Haha, I should probably clarify that ITT means 'in this thread' in this case, but I can try looking for an ITT job as well.
User avatar #144406 to #144382 - delphine (07/14/2014) [-]
Ohhh I thought you were looking for an Information Technology job. Well... what kind of job are you looking for and what kind of area do you live in?
#144409 to #144406 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I'll do anything I can take. Retail, manual labor, data entry, odd jobs, you name it. I live in New Mexico.
User avatar #144414 to #144409 - delphine (07/14/2014) [-]
Are you willing to relocate? you're opportunities increase if your willing to travel to where there is more work. You could also try volunteering. That way you can help you're community and you'll have something on you're resume.
#144417 to #144414 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, I'm willing to travel. And volunteering sounds like a good idea, but I haven't gotten many replies on that end either. I'll look more into that area.
User avatar #144419 to #144417 - delphine (07/14/2014) [-]
Then your not looking hard enough. Most places are desperate for volunteers. Habitat for Humanity is a great one.
#144423 to #144419 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I haven't been searching that hard, yeah. But that place you mentioned seems perfect for me. Thank you.
#144368 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Posting as anon because I have my reasons and this is probably beta as intense bodylove.

anyone want to just chat? I enjoy talking to people here because people here tend to be more open about stuff so interesting conversations occur but I don't like posting on the boards with my account, I mostly lurk and then comment as anon it's weird I know. so if you do, I'll add you as a friend
#144424 to #144368 - aadenoto (07/14/2014) [-]
I'm down for that. Friend
User avatar #144422 to #144368 - skydiving (07/14/2014) [-]
Bonjour. You can add me.
User avatar #144393 to #144368 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Fistfireace you don't need to be this way.
#144403 to #144393 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
you want to be a new friend?
User avatar #144405 to #144403 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Are there benefits involved?
#144410 to #144405 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
you get to be friends with me.

I am not good enough? i''l zyuk ya dik
User avatar #144413 to #144410 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, sure, whatever. You can add me I guess.

Better do a good job.
User avatar #144394 to #144393 - fistfireace (07/14/2014) [-]
Yes, I do.
#144395 to #144394 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Awesome, I got it right this time. Now give me you're IRL.
User avatar #144425 to #144395 - thebestpieever ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
That doesn't seem like proper attire for a nun.
User avatar #144396 to #144395 - fistfireace (07/14/2014) [-]
Jokes on you, that wasn't me.
User avatar #144397 to #144396 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Give me you're IRL, because you tricked me.
#144402 to #144401 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
your playing a dangerous game.
User avatar #144404 to #144402 - fistfireace (07/14/2014) [-]
But I don't have a game to play, so how can I be playing a dangerous game?
User avatar #144412 to #144404 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
I will send you pictures of penises if you don't.
#144416 to #144415 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
One a day.
One a day.
User avatar #144378 to #144368 - aesis (07/14/2014) [-]
Sure thing.
#144375 to #144368 - confusedasian (07/14/2014) [-]
Okay. What do you want to talk about? Or are you some diary for people?
Okay. What do you want to talk about? Or are you some diary for people?
User avatar #144371 to #144368 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Sure.
I'm bored.
User avatar #144360 - terriblytreble (07/14/2014) [-]
Hey, My cousin is a massive fan of Halo, and seeing as how he's expressed his want for me to bring over some of my comics for him to read, I thought of buying him a short series of Halo comics. He's a fan of Master Chief, and I was wondering if you knew of any series that I could buy him?

I've sene panels from a comic that showed Master Chief's origin story, but I don't know what it's from.
User avatar #144364 to #144360 - awesomerninjathing (07/14/2014) [-]
you could buy him the books if he's old enough to understand what he's reading, they're fantastic
User avatar #144376 to #144364 - terriblytreble (07/14/2014) [-]
That nigga be smarter than me.
But I think I'll get him the comics.
User avatar #144356 - machunter (07/14/2014) [-]
How do I convince my girlfriend to let me pee in her butt?
User avatar #144367 to #144356 - makotoitou (07/14/2014) [-]
say pls
User avatar #144359 to #144356 - terriblytreble (07/14/2014) [-]
Don't pee in her butt.
User avatar #144361 to #144359 - machunter (07/14/2014) [-]
I asked for advice not opinions
User avatar #144362 to #144361 - terriblytreble (07/14/2014) [-]
Gently bring up that your into that digestive end product, gently lead her into involving urine into you're sexual activities, pee in her butt.
#144357 to #144356 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
You don't cause that's stupid as fuuck.
#144347 - Dublin (07/14/2014) [-]
So this is almost a typical friendzone story but even if no on responds it feels good just finally talking about this. Ill try to make it as short as possible

Ive always considered myself a 7/10 nothing special but not ugly although I never got any girls whatsoever. Four years ago I met this girl and she seemed sooo into me which was a change for me. We ended up having a "thing" we kissed/madeout multiple times, we were pretty much going out. Then of course she ends things with me but still wants to stay friends. But I still liked her so so much and throughout the years I've held the feelings inside of me. She considers me her bestfirend and tells me everything about everything in her life. Says im the one person she is comfortable around and blah blah blah. Shes had muiltple boyfriends and had sex with some of them but I still liked her just the same.

So I guess my question is it healthy to stay by this girls side? I just feel good being friends and even being in the same room as her. But I know we are never going to be anything more than friends. Should I just cut all ties? Keep on doing what im doing right now? Try something? Tell her my feelins Ive had for her (she believes we are just friends)? Like idk I kinda feel like what im doing now just isnt right? I dont really know how to explain.

Sorry for being so long ._.
#144354 to #144347 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Well you can't stay in this situation, it's unhealthy. You already realized you're options so that's a starting point. Cutting all contact won't do it. You will regret this a lot cause you can't be certain that you didn't have any chance. You should definitly tell her about you're feelings. Maybe she will give you another chance? And if she doesn't, cut all contact. That sounds harsh and I know you don't really want to do it cause well, it's like the opposite of what you want right? But that's the only way. It will probably take you a lot of courage to tell her but it's the only way to get out of this situation without having regrets. Good luck man.
Well you can't stay in this situation, it's unhealthy. You already realized you're options so that's a starting point. Cutting all contact won't do it. You will regret this a lot cause you can't be certain that you didn't have any chance. You should definitly tell her about you're feelings. Maybe she will give you another chance? And if she doesn't, cut all contact. That sounds harsh and I know you don't really want to do it cause well, it's like the opposite of what you want right? But that's the only way. It will probably take you a lot of courage to tell her but it's the only way to get out of this situation without having regrets. Good luck man.
User avatar #144353 to #144347 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
If you want to break from that friend zone, then stay at it with being her friend and tell her you're feelings.

Otherwise, don't dedicate too much time to her. Allow you'reself some free space. Go and get social, meet some other girls, and move on.
Having her as a friend is a good thing, but keeping those feels is not. If you don't tell her, then your better off moving on. That doesn't mean you have to drop contact, but it does mean you would drop some contact. Not all, but some. (IE, not texting every single day.)
#144355 to #144353 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
From my experience, feelings like that don't just go away. Especially when he's having them for so long already. I tried what you said in the past and it didn't work for me. Obviously doesn't mean that it can't work for him, just adding my perspective here.
#144369 to #144355 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
your completely right.
It's hard, though.

Each person seeking for advice is in their own 'battle.'
I try to help by explaining which 'weapons' would be best for each 'battle.'
It's up to them on how they use it. And even then, sometimes the outcome is not what was expected.

That's all advice really is. Arming and preparing the warrior for battle.
I'm unable to fight another man's battle, but I sure as hell can help guide them for which 'weapon' to choose. And if I personally haven't been in a 'battle' like theirs, then I try to make the best judgement possible for which 'weapon' would be best. I'm human, and I know that I can be wrong, and this is why I'd love users giving feedback/ updates on advice given. To know where it went wrong and to improve upon it.

In this scenario, there's a few total possibilities that can come from this. You, Thatadmin, and I know this.
He can either drop all contact, or continue talking with her. In both situations he can either tell her his feelings, or not.
From what I've seen, if he kept talking with her and continuously stated his feelings for her (in an appropriate manner in appropriate situations), it's entirely possible he can get her back. I've seen it happen with my best friend. He hung in Limbo, staying in the friend-zone for two years, before the girl decided to accept his feelings, admitted her own, and went along with him to pursue a relationship.
But that has a small chance of happening. In this scenario, he would honestly be better off just moving on. Even then, moving on can take a while. The only choice with instant gratification would be to continue on as if there's nothing wrong. Everything else has a direct impact on the future, and/ or will take lots of time to do. If he continued being her best friend and told her about his feelings, it would affect their friendship; Whether it goes well or not is based upon her true feelings for him.
#144399 to #144369 - Dublin (07/14/2014) [-]
Thank you guys. Ive thought of so many different scenarios of how the different options could turn out and its true that ill never know unless I try something. I guess the biggest part for me is the courage to do so. I mean I care for her so much that I guess (as of right now) that I would rather still have her in my life than take the chance and risk losing her. Love is intense bodyloveing stupid -_-
#144429 to #144399 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Take the time you need, at some point you will eventually feel the need to say it. If the moment is right, 'just' do it. A simple trick that helped me in the past is something that i learned from a Tv show Lost to be exact Whenever your afraid of doing something, close you're eyes and count to 5. While doing this, think of all the things that could go wrong, think of all the possible bad outcome and let the fear overflow you. And when you hit the 5, just do it no matter what, no chicken out nothing, you do it. It really sounds stupid but it helped me a lot in the past.
User avatar #144427 to #144399 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Take you're time, don't rush you'reself.
This isn't something that needs to happen today.

Eventually though, you will come to the point where you feel like taking that risk. Then, the first open moment alone with her, and if the conversation is getting deep, then just spill it out.

It's hard coming up with the courage, but sometimes you just have to do it. Regardless of the outcome. And when that time comes, and you feel you'reself nagging you down about saying it, just let it all spill out.
#144372 to #144369 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Exactly my thoughts when giving advice. We 3 should make an advice club or something.

Well I have seen that happening as well, a friend of mine was after a girl for like 3 years while being friends. One day they suddenly were together, stuff happens i suppose. But that's a really unlikely thing to happen and it's really a huge torture to go through it. I personally wouldn't try it again cause I have never felt so digestive end productty in my life, but as you said, it's not our fight, it's his. We provide options, he chooses. I am okay with this.
User avatar #144373 to #144372 - thatnigger (07/14/2014) [-]
I'm in some advice club now?

Also, if a girl realizes she'll probably only get hurt by other guys and notices her best guy friend is treating her right, she might fall for him that way and it becomes something. It's not that common to happen though, mostly because the heart usually doesn't listen to the mind, ya know?
#144374 to #144373 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Yea it can happen but it's very rare as you said. It's sadly more a movie thing I guess.
User avatar #144370 to #144369 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Appending:

She should be mature enough to admit her own feelings for him. If she has feelings for him.

In the off chance she does not have feelings for him, then it would be best for him to move on. Keeping contact or not is up to him. Although, girls hate it when your still best-friends with you're ex. Guys do, too. Staying best-friends when he moves on wouldn't entirely be best. It'd be better for him to "demote" her to a friend By not devoting a lot of time to her , give himself some space, and continue on with his life.
User avatar #144352 to #144347 - thatnigger (07/14/2014) [-]
The problem is, if you give her attention equal to that of a boyfriend, but you're just friends, then how much more could you offer if you were dating, ya know? Unless you're going to try and take advantage when she's feeling down after a break up or something, it's not likely that she'll just suddenly go back to you, ya know? If it hurts to know that you'll never be together and moving on would involve cutting ties with her, then you'd have to do that. I'd say if you're still going to be friends with her, you'll need to at least create some distance, and treat her like a friend, not a girlfriend.
#144400 to #144352 - Dublin (07/14/2014) [-]
Also thanks to all that replied. It helped me just think about it more. Fj <3
#144345 to #144342 - confusedasian (07/14/2014) [-]
I'm not much of a car expert, but 1500 seems pretty low for something that is a &quot;collector's series&quot;.
I'm not much of a car expert, but 1500 seems pretty low for something that is a "collector's series".
User avatar #144346 to #144345 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
With that age, it sounds about right.

But then again, if the car really is as great as it's made out to be, $1,500 is dirt cheap.
User avatar #144344 to #144342 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
At first glance:
No.

At second glance:
Yes, if you really want a a car as such.
Maybe haggle with the price and see if you can get it to go down.

Things to worry about:
"Awesome interior with aftermarket blue lighting" -- Not entirely legal in most states to drive with such lighting. images.craigslist.org/01313_hyuclILdYyz_600x450.jpg
"6.7l V8 is a gas hog." -- Alongside the mid-sized car. Yeah, this thing will cost you a pretty penny to drive around regularly.

Test drive it. Anything wrong in the slightest? Bring it up with them. It could cause problems in the future.
User avatar #144349 to #144344 - nigalthornberry (07/14/2014) [-]
We've had one before and it got 14mpg so i think it's alright and the only problems are the ones that come with a car that age
Carb fueled car
Brakes(I think this one has ABS though)
Slow
User avatar #144330 - ainsley (07/14/2014) [-]
So I've been told that my wingman skills are off the charts.
I've helped my friends get laid so many times.
2 friends of mine that I've hooked up have been in a happy relationship for over a year now.
I'm honestly like a relationship/sex wizard or some digestive end product.
Yet I can't get a girl myself. I'm not even trying to be cocky or anything when I say that I'm suave as intense bodylove when I talk to girls, it's just that when I actually like a girl, I get too nervous. It's all the girls that I don't want that want me.

Any tips for getting rid of the nerves and using my 'powers' to my advantage? Appreciated.
User avatar #144340 to #144330 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
Overcome the anxiety is fairly easy. You face it head on.
You practice with people, even if you fail horribly. The more you do the more you'll overcome it.

funnyjunk.com/advice/141330#141330
#144331 to #144330 - iyellatstuff (07/14/2014) [-]
Yea I do. Stop being beta and instead be alpha like this guy
User avatar #144334 to #144332 - iyellatstuff (07/14/2014) [-]
The whole "wingman" concept is based on that you look so bad in comparison to you're friends that the girl obviously picks you're friend. It's like the 7/10 girl who has a fat friend so in comparison she's a 9/10. Now I'm saying for you to go get an ugly friend. I'm just saying to try to be better you'reself so you aren't the "wingman"
User avatar #144336 to #144334 - ainsley (07/14/2014) [-]
That's not really the concept.
There's a lot of different ways to wingman.
Wingmen aren't just ugly men.
Wingmen use different techniques.
I've scooped up the hot girls less attractive friend so my bro's can go for the more attractive ones
I've acted fabulous and sparkly and convinced girls that my friends are awesome

Being a wingman isn't as simple as being ugly. If you fail to get you're friends laid, you aren't a wingman. Being a wingman is an art, and I'm an artist.

I'm just too beta to have a wingman. I've had friends wingman for me but when I'm talking to attractive women I just get too nervous.

I'm just trying to overcome my crippling nerves.
User avatar #144337 to #144336 - iyellatstuff (07/14/2014) [-]
Ask you're friend to help out, if he's a bro then he'll wingman for you
User avatar #144339 to #144337 - ainsley (07/14/2014) [-]
Did you read what I said?

I said I've tried using a wingman multiple times.

It's my nerves that screw it up. I just get nervous.
User avatar #144341 to #144339 - iyellatstuff (07/14/2014) [-]
Just act like you don't care about them, not in an assholish way but in a oh yea completely normal way. Talk to her like you would anybody else and it's cool
#144326 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I noticed something really weird and I want to talk about it. I got a sister, we used to be really close when we were childs but since she's older then me and I am a guy we didn't have much in common so we grew apart a bit. Now the thing is, she seems to only date people who are exactly like me and when I noticed that I also noticed that I only feel attracted to girls who are like her. This is not about me being into my sister or anything, I just want to know if this is something common? Or is it just a weird coincidence?
User avatar #144333 to #144326 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
It's common.
One of my friend's sister would go on and on about how she wanted a boyfriend like her brother.
#144328 to #144326 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
It's normal since you see her as having a good personality and making her "the default setting" so to speak. I had a brother and I saw that he was cool, so naturally I get close to friends who are like him because I'm used to living with him.
#144327 to #144326 - confusedasian (07/14/2014) [-]
Hello anon. If you are still here the answer is yes. It is pretty common. You are comfortable around you're sister, so you want to be with other people like her. Long response below, or just stop here. It's basically the same thing, just kind of explaining.    
   
   
When boys are young they develop an attachment to their mothers and later in life look for someone that reminds them a bit of their mothers because they are more comforted by it. Same goes for daughters and fathers. Unless you are homosexual, than it's father son, mother daughter. When I was young my mother had really long hair. I'm talking about it touched the floor long. Since, I've been more attracted to girls with long hair. It reminds me of my mother.    
   
All in all, it is pretty common. I learned this back in psychology class in highscool.    
   
   
   
 MRS. K I REmEMBEReD SOMETHING I DO GOOD I DIDN&quot;T JUST SLEEP I DO GOOD.
Hello anon. If you are still here the answer is yes. It is pretty common. You are comfortable around you're sister, so you want to be with other people like her. Long response below, or just stop here. It's basically the same thing, just kind of explaining.


When boys are young they develop an attachment to their mothers and later in life look for someone that reminds them a bit of their mothers because they are more comforted by it. Same goes for daughters and fathers. Unless you are homosexual, than it's father son, mother daughter. When I was young my mother had really long hair. I'm talking about it touched the floor long. Since, I've been more attracted to girls with long hair. It reminds me of my mother.

All in all, it is pretty common. I learned this back in psychology class in highscool.



MRS. K I REmEMBEReD SOMETHING I DO GOOD I DIDN"T JUST SLEEP I DO GOOD.
#144325 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
I dropped my computer, it turned on, but after restarting it again, it keeps giving me an error that some file is corrupted.
Help?
#144329 to #144325 - confusedasian (07/14/2014) [-]
Is it blue screen? Black screen? Pop-up box? Are the text for some reason bolder? It coold be you knocked out the bios thing, but I'm not really good with computers. You should wait a little longer for people to wake up, they'll help you more. What does the error look like though? The more specific and detailed the more easier it is for them to help you.
Is it blue screen? Black screen? Pop-up box? Are the text for some reason bolder? It coold be you knocked out the bios thing, but I'm not really good with computers. You should wait a little longer for people to wake up, they'll help you more. What does the error look like though? The more specific and detailed the more easier it is for them to help you.
User avatar #144314 - anaphase (07/14/2014) [-]
Evening all,
Does anyone have any advice for this situation?

My girlfriend broke up with me about a month ago and I haven't seen her since by my own choice (she wants to be friends again, I said I needed some space to come to terms with it, she said okay, all the usual digestive end product). We met at uni, were great friends all through uni, became an item at uni and remained so for over a year. Uni for me is synonymous with her and it's impossible to go anywhere there without some fond memory emerging. On top of that, she was my main company there. I have friendly acquaintances there, but not friends as such, and without her I'm alone. That makes all the feels come right up to the surface.

It's been holidays the last month but soon it's starting up again and I'm going to be seeing her very regularly, which I'm worried about. I mean, I'm back for a short course at the moment while she's not there, and it makes me awfully sad being in our place again. I don't know how I'll cope with her there on top of that.

Also, for this course there's a fieldtrip to the top of the state...her hometown, where I used to go with her on holidays to visit her family. I know it's gonna be pretty painful being up there again with all those experiences writhing at the back of my mind.

My question is, what do you think I should do with those thoughts? Would it be healthier to embrace them and let myself be miserable, or suppress them and try to forget about it all?
Also, I'm not really sure how I should act around her when I do see her again. Part of me wants to utterly ignore her and part of me wants to be around her as much as possible...

Honestly, I've been doing pretty well with it the last month. Not up to moving on, but not crying myself to sleep either. It's going back there that has me worried and I'm not really sure how I should approach this.
User avatar #144335 to #144314 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/14/2014) [-]
It's in the past now.

I'm in a very similar situation. My ex is part of a group of friends I hang out with; I hang out with them two, three, sometimes four times a week for hours at a time.
My ex is a very self-centered person, so the simplest of conversations can and will turn into another story about her life. Which almost always brings up memories of when we were together.

In the end of the relationship, she broke up with me. "Our personalities don't match" -- When I confronted her about flirting with other guys. She also waited to break up until a few days after prom... She only ever liked me for my looks, and the attention it garnered.

But you know what? I got over it.
I barely speak to her now, but I sure as hell am not going to ditch out on my friends because of her. Hell, one of my friends is actually trying to get with her, and I don't care. I've moved on.

Now, how you move on is up to you. You can either burn bridges and never speak to her again, or you can keep contact to a bare minimum.

And in you're case, you should move on, too. Even if certain places bring back memories, just shove those memories aside and ignore them. Yes I understand the way she ended things was a pretty low move of her, but it just means that the relationship more than likely moved far too fast for her. I've been in her shoes before. I've done the same thing. Why? Because two weeks in the girl started telling me she loves me with everything in her. She wrote a 5,000 word blog post about it. She barely even knew me. I noped the hell out of that situation and couldn't bring myself to speaking to her again. Yes, it's a really crap move, but I personally just couldn't message/ speak to her. Things moved far too fast for me, and she was already making plans for us to move in together. With you're situation, it may be similar, it may not be (considering you two were together for a year or so...), but try to put you'reself in her shoes.
User avatar #144315 to #144314 - dingdongsingsong (07/14/2014) [-]
First of all id need to know why you two broke up, like who initiated it what reason etc etc.
Also in all honesty, its better to be miserable for a while because if you keep them locked up it will mess up with you're future relationships or would burst out at the wrong moment, if you force you'reself to forget it'll make you miss her more.
Also you should act normal around her, it'll be awkward at first but you should stay in groups , don't be alone with her.
User avatar #144319 to #144315 - anaphase (07/14/2014) [-]
Well she pretty much just turned cold for a few weeks and then dumped me. "I don't know what love is," "I can't do relationships" and "I only really know how to be alone" featuring in the explanation. All of which is bulldigestive end product since we were perfectly happy together for an entire year, but hey. I think it's a stress thing- she doesn't cope well with it and withdraws from everyone, and lately she's been under a lot

I'll also state that I'm still harboring a hell of a lot of anger at her over what essentially broke us up- we hadn't seen each other for weeks (her not contacting me at all off her own back in that time) and then her being just down the road from my house but "too busy" to come see me. Oh, but she had time to help her friend with his assignment literally a 5 minute drive from my place. My blood still boils when I think of that.
User avatar #144320 to #144319 - dingdongsingsong (07/14/2014) [-]
Well i guess i see why you still have memories coming back to you, its because you didn't want to break up with her .
did you try convincing her to stay ?'
And like she must've had another reason because stress isn't really a good reason not to be with someone , like a girlfriend would actually go to her boyfriend in stress rather than avoid him, so maybe it has something to do with you
User avatar #144322 to #144320 - anaphase (07/14/2014) [-]
I didn't try to convince her to stay, because she'd done it before. The first time, she desperately needed a car, had no money, was too proud to accept any help, and was worried about other stuff going on. I was at her place for around a week and everything was fine until all this happened, and then of nowhere she decided she didn't want me anymore.

A week later she changed her mind and I took her back.

But now it's happened again and I wasn't willing to be with someone who just does that every time things get difficult, so I made little attempt to make her stay. Still incredibly upset, but I knew what was good for me and what wasn't I guess.

Maybe it was something to do with me as well. I know I needed more affection and recognition than she did, but it was never a big issue, so I don't know. She insisted it wasn't me, but we all know the old "it's not you, it's me" line...
User avatar #144323 to #144322 - dingdongsingsong (07/14/2014) [-]
Well i guess you should be able to move on soon enough since you have you're self respect intact.
now as for the uni thing, like i said you have to act completely natural infront of her as if it doesn't effect you even if your miserable, this is not because to show her you'ree better off without her, its so that you don't show vulnerability, if you seem sad/upset she will try to comfort you and mess up with you're feelings more.
And as for being miserable, its good. it may seem bad, but its good, because after you've been miserable you feel .. empty, not in a bad way but a good clear and fresh empty.
SO :
>Act cool and calm
>loathe for as long as you need.
you'll be over her in 3 months tops. probably less if your around friends, or start liking someone else not rebound, actual like.
#144313 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
How do you convert .mkv to .mp4?
User avatar #144311 - youngneil (07/14/2014) [-]
Guys, my cat keeps trying to intense bodylove a blanket. What do?
User avatar #144321 to #144311 - ipostcp (07/14/2014) [-]
Just let it happen.
#144312 to #144311 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
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