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|#385 - **katastrophelol rolls 549**||11/17/2013 on roll number, watch film||0|
|#274 - same here. i havent had a GF for ages because the last i had d… [+] (2 new replies)||10/15/2013 on THIS.||0|
#279 - ihaveanaccount (10/15/2013) [-]
3 weeks ago... I told this girl, whom I have known for almost a year now, how I truly felt for her. She told me that she felt the exact same way. So I decided to purchase a ticket to the next town to go and see her. I've known her too long to figure out that she was unhappy. And I truly wanted to make her happy by becoming her boyfriend.
And we had a great time the first day. We slept together, we cuddled together. It was all ok. Then I walked her to the bus, she climbed it and left. Then she texted me on facebook, saying "It's ok if you don't want to be anything more than friends. But I won't keep embarassing myself by constantly charming you". I told her that I would do it differently the next day.
So, it was Saturday 5th of October... I had agreed to attend a cosplay walk with her, because she likes that stuff. I don't mind her, as long as I got to be with her. I took her hands and told her that I truly loved her. But it just didn't feel like she was listening to me.
So we went out for a couple of hours with the other cosplayers. And we stopped at this playground, where we were having fun and all. But she decided she wanted to hang out with her friends instead of me at that moment, while I was just sitting there watching her.
I couldn't bear it anymore. So I decided to pack my bag and leave. I just left. Didn't say a word. They didn't see me go. I just left... went straight to the train station crying all the way home during the sunset.
|#17 - agree||10/09/2013 on Headshot||-1|
|#15 - skull* [+] (4 new replies)||10/09/2013 on Headshot||0|
|#14 - snapped his neck? this is a working horse i think hes lucky if… [+] (6 new replies)||10/09/2013 on Headshot||+2|
|#14 - even though he has no eyes. SKULL JOKE YOHOHOHOH||10/02/2013 on Life...||0|
|#168 - of course you seem to not understand that ur body need somethi…||08/17/2013 on (untitled)||0|
|#11 - i saw a documentation about the universe a few days ago and th… [+] (10 new replies)||08/13/2013 on The existence of aliens||-26|
#13 - gadgetzan (08/13/2013) [-]
Actually, the amount of planet's with earth-like properties orbiting habitable zones in the Milky Way galaxy has been estimated to be anywhere between 150-500 million. And that's just in our galaxy, plus new discoveries are being made all the time. I'd say the chances of the Earth being the only inhabited planet in the universe are ridiculously slim.
#166 - anonymous poster (08/14/2013) [-]
but do you have evidence about their existence? Your conclusion was just based on optimism (billions stars and we are the only one = bullsyit). Scientific method is based on evidence, what we observed etc. I learnt this from Harvard. My point is to make people understand the line between logical assumption and scientific method.
#171 - gadgetzan (08/14/2013) [-]
According to data from Kepler, it's estimated that there are over 100 Earth-like planets withing 10 parsecs from Earth. phl.upr.edu/library/notes/statisticsofnearbyearth-likeplanetsaroundm-dwarfsstars
Just want to point out that I know that just because a planet is in the habitable zone of it's star does not mean it will automatically have life.
Now, estimates are not facts, but they're very educated guesses I suppose. I can't prove there's aliens out there just little as you can disprove it, and there we just end up in a classic "God vs No God"-type argument. All I'm saying is that with our current understanding of the universe the odds for aliens not to exist are pretty low.
#121 - draxdiesel (08/14/2013) [-]
also we seem to be assuming that just because that zone is where we live it means that planets outside of that zone aren't capable of supporting life. if there's one thing that we know about life from this planet it's that it adapts. why couldn't life exist in hotter or colder areas. there could be types of life out there that are so completely different from anything we have seen on earth that we might not even realize that it is life. there could be beings composed of gases living in stars for all we know.
#75 - rotaryking (08/14/2013) [-]
There is actually a relatively few number of planets with potential life sustaining properties.
#151 - RAPxMASTER (08/14/2013) [-]
If the universe is as huge as we think, infinite, or just...HUGE as heck. There is a high change of any number of possibilities replicating, be in life, or something else. What could happen is the universe is just so vast, we may NEVER find any other form of life in the universe because we'll never fully check, as there are billions of planets, stars, and etc, in a theoretical infinite universe, with all these probabilities, if there is any life, we may never ever, find it.
|#20 - uncharted territory should be named into "her personal bu…||08/09/2013 on Beds with women||0|
|#164 - ok man fix this **** i dont care u do a system re…||08/08/2013 on Worth the Read||+8|