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#1947 - People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, i…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/14/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
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#1567 - Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! …  [+] (4 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
#1507 - Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for the…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
#1395 - Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musica…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
#1356 - You aren't sounding pretentious! But I can definitely understa…  [+] (10 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
User avatar #1376 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Yea, you have a pretty nice face Just curious, do you wax your eyebrows or are they just naturally like that? If so fuck you they're perfect lol
It actually makes me feel pretty bad, because as a guy people sort of expect you to be all proud of having alot of sex, but you seem like you regret it more than like you're bragging.
#1395 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musical Theatre Major, so I have to look like my headshots for auditions). It is a part of society for guys be proud of having a lot of sex, and while I don't regret it with relationships (because those girls meant a lot to me, and I don't normally let people get very close to me) I do regret one-night stand type things, or being blown off after something like that. Because it's one of those "it meant something to me, but it feels like it didn't mean anything to you" type feelings. Again, I've always been a relationship person. I like getting to know a girl, and them getting to know me, to a point where we are so close that we know each others weaknesses and strengths, and we just know each other so well, we can predict each other and work off each other. A point where the weaknesses don't matter, the past mistakes we don't care about, and we don't have to go out to some fancy dinner or some expensive thing, we can simply enjoy the comfort of each others company. We can go anywhere and do anything, and as long as we are together, that is enough to make us happy. But that's just me being a sappy romantic, which I know I am at heart and fully embrace. College girls just aren't interested in that. They want to have fun in their college years, before they even think about something serious, or "further down the road" so to speak.

But hey, who knows if romance even works that way. That's just how I imagine it.
Here's a sad/cute pug.
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
#1318 - Thank you, that tension nearly killed me. I know your…  [+] (12 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Lonely on V-Day? Get in here 0
#1343 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I love deep late night talks. Also it's 6:30am here.. so I probably think I'm giving good advice, but when I read this tomorrow I'll be like "holy shit I'm pretentious"
Girl world perspective though: really attractive guy usually = big asshole. When guys reach a certain level of hotness they're either oblivious towards that fact or get very conceited. Girls usually just kind of assume that the more attractive you are the less likely you'd want to be in a relationship because you could just bone whoever you want.. because that's all that guys want, right? *sarcasm*
Side note; my little brothers autistic and I can honestly say they're my favorite kind of people. I've yet to meet someone with it who wasn't a total sweetheart
Other side note; that is the cutest damn gif I've ever seen
#1356 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
You aren't sounding pretentious! But I can definitely understand the Attractive guy = big asshole equation. It makes a lot of sense and has very consistent results with what I have observed. Though, I'm not sure if I quite qualify as attractive, but if that is your way of saying you think I'm attractive looking, then thank you! And I hope I don't come off sounding super egotistical talking about "all the women I've banged" cause that's not my intention at all.
I have Autism and ADD, so it's pretty much a double whammy on my social life.
I'm not sure if I have any adorable gifs like that one, but I'll look around
User avatar #1376 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Yea, you have a pretty nice face Just curious, do you wax your eyebrows or are they just naturally like that? If so fuck you they're perfect lol
It actually makes me feel pretty bad, because as a guy people sort of expect you to be all proud of having alot of sex, but you seem like you regret it more than like you're bragging.
#1395 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musical Theatre Major, so I have to look like my headshots for auditions). It is a part of society for guys be proud of having a lot of sex, and while I don't regret it with relationships (because those girls meant a lot to me, and I don't normally let people get very close to me) I do regret one-night stand type things, or being blown off after something like that. Because it's one of those "it meant something to me, but it feels like it didn't mean anything to you" type feelings. Again, I've always been a relationship person. I like getting to know a girl, and them getting to know me, to a point where we are so close that we know each others weaknesses and strengths, and we just know each other so well, we can predict each other and work off each other. A point where the weaknesses don't matter, the past mistakes we don't care about, and we don't have to go out to some fancy dinner or some expensive thing, we can simply enjoy the comfort of each others company. We can go anywhere and do anything, and as long as we are together, that is enough to make us happy. But that's just me being a sappy romantic, which I know I am at heart and fully embrace. College girls just aren't interested in that. They want to have fun in their college years, before they even think about something serious, or "further down the road" so to speak.

But hey, who knows if romance even works that way. That's just how I imagine it.
Here's a sad/cute pug.
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
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#1307 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Well like, it's something everyone's wondered at one point or another, especially when you're always around couples. I can relate to that. I just mean a lot of people see relationships as the only way to validate they're worth something. Which is bad.. mmkay?
Now I'm not gonna claim to know any better, but obviously if there's a pattern of getting lead on > fucking > then them leaving.
It may be because the kind of girls you go after, or the way you talk to them that gives the message that you're okay with that.
Random gif to break tension
#1318 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you, that tension nearly killed me.

I know your right, but I have always enjoyed relationships in general. I don't do them cause I feel obligated. I would say I'm not sure if it's the way I treat the girls, but I would bet my chips on saying it's the type of girls I go after. I have noticed many similarities between the girls I've seen. Though, the last girl actually texted me the other night apologizing because she felt like she had lead me on and that wasn't what she meant to do. I told her it was ok, and she kinda still felt bad because she said she thought I was a really nice guy (thats why I'm pretty sure it's not how I treat girls, but then again, I'm actually autistic [it's hardly noticeable because I've taught myself how to not act that way] so that shit doesn't make sense to me).

Sorry, these are getting long. It's 5:30 in the morning here, and night time is when my mind runs rampant.
#1343 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I love deep late night talks. Also it's 6:30am here.. so I probably think I'm giving good advice, but when I read this tomorrow I'll be like "holy shit I'm pretentious"
Girl world perspective though: really attractive guy usually = big asshole. When guys reach a certain level of hotness they're either oblivious towards that fact or get very conceited. Girls usually just kind of assume that the more attractive you are the less likely you'd want to be in a relationship because you could just bone whoever you want.. because that's all that guys want, right? *sarcasm*
Side note; my little brothers autistic and I can honestly say they're my favorite kind of people. I've yet to meet someone with it who wasn't a total sweetheart
Other side note; that is the cutest damn gif I've ever seen
#1356 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
You aren't sounding pretentious! But I can definitely understand the Attractive guy = big asshole equation. It makes a lot of sense and has very consistent results with what I have observed. Though, I'm not sure if I quite qualify as attractive, but if that is your way of saying you think I'm attractive looking, then thank you! And I hope I don't come off sounding super egotistical talking about "all the women I've banged" cause that's not my intention at all.
I have Autism and ADD, so it's pretty much a double whammy on my social life.
I'm not sure if I have any adorable gifs like that one, but I'll look around
User avatar #1376 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Yea, you have a pretty nice face Just curious, do you wax your eyebrows or are they just naturally like that? If so fuck you they're perfect lol
It actually makes me feel pretty bad, because as a guy people sort of expect you to be all proud of having alot of sex, but you seem like you regret it more than like you're bragging.
#1395 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musical Theatre Major, so I have to look like my headshots for auditions). It is a part of society for guys be proud of having a lot of sex, and while I don't regret it with relationships (because those girls meant a lot to me, and I don't normally let people get very close to me) I do regret one-night stand type things, or being blown off after something like that. Because it's one of those "it meant something to me, but it feels like it didn't mean anything to you" type feelings. Again, I've always been a relationship person. I like getting to know a girl, and them getting to know me, to a point where we are so close that we know each others weaknesses and strengths, and we just know each other so well, we can predict each other and work off each other. A point where the weaknesses don't matter, the past mistakes we don't care about, and we don't have to go out to some fancy dinner or some expensive thing, we can simply enjoy the comfort of each others company. We can go anywhere and do anything, and as long as we are together, that is enough to make us happy. But that's just me being a sappy romantic, which I know I am at heart and fully embrace. College girls just aren't interested in that. They want to have fun in their college years, before they even think about something serious, or "further down the road" so to speak.

But hey, who knows if romance even works that way. That's just how I imagine it.
Here's a sad/cute pug.
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
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User avatar #1065 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
That's actually really cute, but you're still young. Worrying so much about finding "the one" is just gonna cause unnecessary stress. It's not that there's anything wrong with that. We're both at that age where we're probably not going to be able to find a decent bf/gf, or it'll just be really hard. Everyone's just starting their lives as independents and aren't ready or mature enough to get tied down just yet.
#1287 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
That's true. I guess It's just being in college and seeing all my friends have these basically inseparable relationships and then people talk about how "perfect they are for each other" and all that. I haven't been in a relationship at all for more than a year now, and it makes it hard to see all this stuff. Now, girls just lead me on, we have sex, then they are bored and want nothing to do with me, so I feel pretty used. It also doesn't change the fact that even for single people, they have the one friend the confide everything in and are always together. I don't really have anything like that with. I have FJ, but that's about it. I know I'm young, and shouldn't worry about finding "the one", but I do.
#1307 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Well like, it's something everyone's wondered at one point or another, especially when you're always around couples. I can relate to that. I just mean a lot of people see relationships as the only way to validate they're worth something. Which is bad.. mmkay?
Now I'm not gonna claim to know any better, but obviously if there's a pattern of getting lead on > fucking > then them leaving.
It may be because the kind of girls you go after, or the way you talk to them that gives the message that you're okay with that.
Random gif to break tension
#1318 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you, that tension nearly killed me.

I know your right, but I have always enjoyed relationships in general. I don't do them cause I feel obligated. I would say I'm not sure if it's the way I treat the girls, but I would bet my chips on saying it's the type of girls I go after. I have noticed many similarities between the girls I've seen. Though, the last girl actually texted me the other night apologizing because she felt like she had lead me on and that wasn't what she meant to do. I told her it was ok, and she kinda still felt bad because she said she thought I was a really nice guy (thats why I'm pretty sure it's not how I treat girls, but then again, I'm actually autistic [it's hardly noticeable because I've taught myself how to not act that way] so that shit doesn't make sense to me).

Sorry, these are getting long. It's 5:30 in the morning here, and night time is when my mind runs rampant.
#1343 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I love deep late night talks. Also it's 6:30am here.. so I probably think I'm giving good advice, but when I read this tomorrow I'll be like "holy shit I'm pretentious"
Girl world perspective though: really attractive guy usually = big asshole. When guys reach a certain level of hotness they're either oblivious towards that fact or get very conceited. Girls usually just kind of assume that the more attractive you are the less likely you'd want to be in a relationship because you could just bone whoever you want.. because that's all that guys want, right? *sarcasm*
Side note; my little brothers autistic and I can honestly say they're my favorite kind of people. I've yet to meet someone with it who wasn't a total sweetheart
Other side note; that is the cutest damn gif I've ever seen
#1356 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
You aren't sounding pretentious! But I can definitely understand the Attractive guy = big asshole equation. It makes a lot of sense and has very consistent results with what I have observed. Though, I'm not sure if I quite qualify as attractive, but if that is your way of saying you think I'm attractive looking, then thank you! And I hope I don't come off sounding super egotistical talking about "all the women I've banged" cause that's not my intention at all.
I have Autism and ADD, so it's pretty much a double whammy on my social life.
I'm not sure if I have any adorable gifs like that one, but I'll look around
User avatar #1376 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Yea, you have a pretty nice face Just curious, do you wax your eyebrows or are they just naturally like that? If so fuck you they're perfect lol
It actually makes me feel pretty bad, because as a guy people sort of expect you to be all proud of having alot of sex, but you seem like you regret it more than like you're bragging.
#1395 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musical Theatre Major, so I have to look like my headshots for auditions). It is a part of society for guys be proud of having a lot of sex, and while I don't regret it with relationships (because those girls meant a lot to me, and I don't normally let people get very close to me) I do regret one-night stand type things, or being blown off after something like that. Because it's one of those "it meant something to me, but it feels like it didn't mean anything to you" type feelings. Again, I've always been a relationship person. I like getting to know a girl, and them getting to know me, to a point where we are so close that we know each others weaknesses and strengths, and we just know each other so well, we can predict each other and work off each other. A point where the weaknesses don't matter, the past mistakes we don't care about, and we don't have to go out to some fancy dinner or some expensive thing, we can simply enjoy the comfort of each others company. We can go anywhere and do anything, and as long as we are together, that is enough to make us happy. But that's just me being a sappy romantic, which I know I am at heart and fully embrace. College girls just aren't interested in that. They want to have fun in their college years, before they even think about something serious, or "further down the road" so to speak.

But hey, who knows if romance even works that way. That's just how I imagine it.
Here's a sad/cute pug.
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
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User avatar #1515 - alienm (02/13/2015) [-]
That eyebrow game tho
#798 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
You remind me of a far more attractive version of Ted Mosby
User avatar #968 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
I love HIMYM. It's funny, because I've always had Ted's outlook on love and "destiny".
User avatar #1065 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
That's actually really cute, but you're still young. Worrying so much about finding "the one" is just gonna cause unnecessary stress. It's not that there's anything wrong with that. We're both at that age where we're probably not going to be able to find a decent bf/gf, or it'll just be really hard. Everyone's just starting their lives as independents and aren't ready or mature enough to get tied down just yet.
#1287 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
That's true. I guess It's just being in college and seeing all my friends have these basically inseparable relationships and then people talk about how "perfect they are for each other" and all that. I haven't been in a relationship at all for more than a year now, and it makes it hard to see all this stuff. Now, girls just lead me on, we have sex, then they are bored and want nothing to do with me, so I feel pretty used. It also doesn't change the fact that even for single people, they have the one friend the confide everything in and are always together. I don't really have anything like that with. I have FJ, but that's about it. I know I'm young, and shouldn't worry about finding "the one", but I do.
#1307 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Well like, it's something everyone's wondered at one point or another, especially when you're always around couples. I can relate to that. I just mean a lot of people see relationships as the only way to validate they're worth something. Which is bad.. mmkay?
Now I'm not gonna claim to know any better, but obviously if there's a pattern of getting lead on > fucking > then them leaving.
It may be because the kind of girls you go after, or the way you talk to them that gives the message that you're okay with that.
Random gif to break tension
#1318 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you, that tension nearly killed me.

I know your right, but I have always enjoyed relationships in general. I don't do them cause I feel obligated. I would say I'm not sure if it's the way I treat the girls, but I would bet my chips on saying it's the type of girls I go after. I have noticed many similarities between the girls I've seen. Though, the last girl actually texted me the other night apologizing because she felt like she had lead me on and that wasn't what she meant to do. I told her it was ok, and she kinda still felt bad because she said she thought I was a really nice guy (thats why I'm pretty sure it's not how I treat girls, but then again, I'm actually autistic [it's hardly noticeable because I've taught myself how to not act that way] so that shit doesn't make sense to me).

Sorry, these are getting long. It's 5:30 in the morning here, and night time is when my mind runs rampant.
#1343 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I love deep late night talks. Also it's 6:30am here.. so I probably think I'm giving good advice, but when I read this tomorrow I'll be like "holy shit I'm pretentious"
Girl world perspective though: really attractive guy usually = big asshole. When guys reach a certain level of hotness they're either oblivious towards that fact or get very conceited. Girls usually just kind of assume that the more attractive you are the less likely you'd want to be in a relationship because you could just bone whoever you want.. because that's all that guys want, right? *sarcasm*
Side note; my little brothers autistic and I can honestly say they're my favorite kind of people. I've yet to meet someone with it who wasn't a total sweetheart
Other side note; that is the cutest damn gif I've ever seen
#1356 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
You aren't sounding pretentious! But I can definitely understand the Attractive guy = big asshole equation. It makes a lot of sense and has very consistent results with what I have observed. Though, I'm not sure if I quite qualify as attractive, but if that is your way of saying you think I'm attractive looking, then thank you! And I hope I don't come off sounding super egotistical talking about "all the women I've banged" cause that's not my intention at all.
I have Autism and ADD, so it's pretty much a double whammy on my social life.
I'm not sure if I have any adorable gifs like that one, but I'll look around
User avatar #1376 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
Yea, you have a pretty nice face Just curious, do you wax your eyebrows or are they just naturally like that? If so fuck you they're perfect lol
It actually makes me feel pretty bad, because as a guy people sort of expect you to be all proud of having alot of sex, but you seem like you regret it more than like you're bragging.
#1395 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Thank you Yes, I do wax them, so don't worry (I'm a Musical Theatre Major, so I have to look like my headshots for auditions). It is a part of society for guys be proud of having a lot of sex, and while I don't regret it with relationships (because those girls meant a lot to me, and I don't normally let people get very close to me) I do regret one-night stand type things, or being blown off after something like that. Because it's one of those "it meant something to me, but it feels like it didn't mean anything to you" type feelings. Again, I've always been a relationship person. I like getting to know a girl, and them getting to know me, to a point where we are so close that we know each others weaknesses and strengths, and we just know each other so well, we can predict each other and work off each other. A point where the weaknesses don't matter, the past mistakes we don't care about, and we don't have to go out to some fancy dinner or some expensive thing, we can simply enjoy the comfort of each others company. We can go anywhere and do anything, and as long as we are together, that is enough to make us happy. But that's just me being a sappy romantic, which I know I am at heart and fully embrace. College girls just aren't interested in that. They want to have fun in their college years, before they even think about something serious, or "further down the road" so to speak.

But hey, who knows if romance even works that way. That's just how I imagine it.
Here's a sad/cute pug.
#1445 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I fucking love everything theatrical so you're just making yourself cooler and cooler to me.
I didn't mean like every time sucked for you. I get that and it'd make anyone feel shitty to be used. I mean, I'm still a virgin so I've never really had to deal with the whole "they didn't feel the same way about the sex as I did" thing, but I understand feeling rejected. It makes me happy that you're still wanting that kind of relationship though and those same chicks are going to be complaining later about how they can't find a guy like you. Nowadays I feel like people give up way too easily or just aren't willing to put in any real effort. They just expect a perfect relationship to fall into their laps and even if it did happen that easily it's almost encouraged for people to treat each other like shit and cheat because it'll make them look cool. It's so incredibly stupid.

And well here's my face.. Gib nice eyebrows pls.
User avatar #1507 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Hahaha I'm a high baritone, and have always had a love for theatre.

Yeah, I know what you meant! I'm still hopeful, and won't give up that easily. I've never really strived for perfection in a relationship, because perfection in general is not an achievable goal. I've always strived for perfect imperfection, meaning all the imperfections somehow make it seem perfect, because they are faults that go well together. I'm not religious in anyway, but I believe in being a good person. So I try my best to be the best person I can be, because I think that is how people should be treated.

Also, you're very pretty. I actually saw your photo somewhere in this sticky when I was going through some of the comments.
#1539 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I've done plays ever since I was a little kid, but then I started getting more into ballet. Recently with work and everything my schedules a little too hectic to really focus on it as much as I used to, but I still incorporate the stretches when I do yoga/work out just because they feel really good aaand I finally earned enough to buy a violin like I've always wanted. So yay
Sorry I just gave you like my whole life story haha
Back to the point though, perfect is boring and unachievable to begin with. It really is the imperfections that make it perfect, like knowing that you have faults and they have faults, but being willing to look past it because you just genuinely enjoy this person as a human being. Now me on the other hand am pretty religious, not the kind that's gonna go shoving it down you're throat by any means, but the way I was raised I have a lot of compassion for people. Whether they really deserve it or not.
Awh thanks, I didn't wanna just assume you had
User avatar #1567 - skorpius (02/13/2015) [-]
Don't be sorry! I'M sorry I'm giving you MY whole life story! Unfortunately, I'm not a dancer in the slightest. I can move enough when I need to, but I'm more of a singer/actor. But yes, I completely agree about finding the imperfections that make it perfect.

No problem! And that pig is adorable.
#1574 - jaymeelu (02/13/2015) [-]
I don't mind at all, I'm actually really enjoying this conversation.
I'd definitely do plays more if there were more opportunities around here, but that's small towns for you. I've been told I have a pretty voice, but I just don't really think it's my strong point. I really can't wait to start getting better at violin though, I've wanted to play ever since I was little, but my parents had too many kids so they couldn't really afford it
This is definitely one of the first songs I wanna learn how to play, it's sooo pretty www.youtube.com/watch?v=72AC9iJreQ8
Moar piggy
User avatar #1947 - skorpius (02/14/2015) [-]
People always feel like voice isn't a strong point for them, it's just one of those things. People tend to not like their voice much, and it take getting used to. I'm currently learning piano now, since I have to have a year of it under my belt to graduate the Musical Theatre BFA, but piano is fucking hard.
I was actually going to ask if I could friend you, but you beat me to the punch.
#1989 - jaymeelu (02/14/2015) [-]
It's just weird because you hear your voice so much differently than other people do, but honestly I'm just more into playing instruments. Like I taught myself how to play a little piano as a kid. There wasn't really much to do at my grandma's over the summer haha..
I feel like I'm bragging like "look at all the stuff I can do," but I just grew up in a family of many trades
And well, I like talking to you so we needed to be friends
User avatar #2024 - skorpius (02/15/2015) [-]
It's not really bragging! It's just talking about the skills you've learned. I just regret not learning piano when I was little, simply because music is now such a huge part of my life, it's hard not knowing as much as people who actually grew up with it. Really, knowing how to play any instrument is freaking awesome. It's a really cool skill to have.
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I will, thank you.
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User avatar #40 - thunderkrux (02/03/2015) [-]
I specifically remember only the 12th was for his crimes of killing his children.
User avatar #51 - lyiat (02/04/2015) [-]
Originally, it was 10 labors, and always for the killing of Meg and his children.

Eurystheus refused to acknowledge the cleaning of the stables and the killing of the hydra, the former because he accepted pay and the latter because his cousin helped him, so the king gave him two more.
User avatar #42 - skorpius (02/03/2015) [-]
I think it's very sketchy as to what we know, but from my mythology course, and much of my reading online and in text books, it states that the labors were a way to redeem himself for killing his family. But the trials were supposed to kill him (because the king hated him as well).
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User avatar #36 - odstnsg (02/03/2015) [-]
i remember those trials very diffrently
and i think hera hated everything related to zeus cheating on her
User avatar #41 - skorpius (02/03/2015) [-]
That's pretty much why she hated him. But Heracles himself did no wrong to her. In fact, he lived to please her almost all the time. The 12 labors were supposed to kill Heracles (the king hated him as well, because he feared his power), but he ultimately triumphed (which pissed Hera off even more).
User avatar #62 - odstnsg (02/04/2015) [-]
wasnt the king brought down at the end?
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User avatar #72 - murrlogic (02/01/2015) [-]
User avatar #2 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
boop
#3 to #2 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Hello. Why did you boop me?
User avatar #66 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
>Not bringing your dogs to class with you
User avatar #67 to #66 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I ******* wish. We can't have pets in the dorms, and it sucks because I would love to bring my one dog here to stay with me.
User avatar #68 to #67 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
He'd be a massive distraction
User avatar #69 to #68 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
probably, but I live in a single large dorm room by myself, so sometimes it would be nice to have my dog here with me.
User avatar #70 to #69 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
He'd eat up all the space
User avatar #71 to #70 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
She's relatively small. The only real problem would be is that she's very hyperactive so she'd need lots of walks to get her energy down, and I don't really have time to do that.
User avatar #56 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I thought Waifuism came with the packaged deal of discovering anime

Its like if anime were a person it cock slaps you and says "Here is your semen devouring cum dumpster"

>I don't want this
>Its free and she's in heat
User avatar #57 to #56 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm not really sure. There's never been one character that stood out for me and made me really fall in love with them. I just enjoy reading an occasional manga here and there and watch the fandoms wreak havoc from afar.
User avatar #58 to #57 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
That's odd picking a waifu is easy

sometimes you can pick multiple waifus but there is always that ONE waifu you cherish whereas the others are just there when you want a change of pace

Guess it depends upon your taste of women. I like vain, sociopathic, greedy women who give no ***** about anyone but themselves
#59 to #58 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I guess if there is one girl I had to pick That I really liked, it would be Tsuyu Asui from Boku No Hero.

She's a frog lady and she is adorable.
User avatar #60 to #59 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
In a blowjob contest pretty sure your waifu would win because her tounge would do most of the work

Meanwhile mine would rip my dick off with her teeth then spit it somewhere in a garbage can as I bled to death
#61 to #60 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I don't think I'm really sexually attracted to her, cause she's a character. I just think she's very cute. I want them to go more in depth with her sometime soon.
User avatar #62 to #61 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
So you like qt girls doing qt things
User avatar #63 to #62 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Pretty much. And she's a frog basically, and I think frogs are awesome. I've actually owned frogs before as a kid.
User avatar #64 to #63 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I own 2 cats
User avatar #65 to #64 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I have a cat and 2 dogs back home. I'm at college now, so I don't have them here with me. There awesome though.
User avatar #48 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
GOOD

Keep watching Gravity Falls. Gravity Falls is ******* hilarious and even tho Soos is a ******* idiot...he is still leagues smarter than Korra

In fact in a game of intelligence I am damn well certain Soos could figure out basic **** faster than Korra because Korra will get frustrated after 3 seconds and then proceed to do what she normally does and punch her problem to death
User avatar #49 to #48 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I want to watch more of that definitely. What are your favorite shows?
User avatar #50 to #49 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Not Korra. Not anymore. Asami is the only good thing about that show

Gravity Falls which I still need to finish. I took a hiatus after the "Giffany" episode

Elementary which is the US version to BBC's sherlock a show I also need to finish

Lost, Person of Interest, House, 24
User avatar #51 to #50 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Actually, I really like HIMYM

Is that bad?
#52 to #51 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I don't see why. Its a by the books comedy

I'm not gonna hate you if you like Big Bang Theory or some **** your taste is your taste it would take a lot out of me to call you **** on anything

You have a waifu?
User avatar #53 to #52 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I ******* hate Big Bang Theory. I just like HIMYM cause the writing is very well thought out and everybody in the cast and crew seems like they have a fun time. I do not have a waifu of any sort. Although, a great manga I have been reading lately is called Boku No Hero (My Hero Academy) and It's ******* awesome.
User avatar #54 to #53 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
>Boku No Hero

That is one word off from a red flag my friend
User avatar #55 to #54 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Hahaha yes, the title makes it sound like Boku no Pico, but it is not porn of any sort. It is a relatively new manga that has actually been getting into the number 1 spot recently in Japan. It only has about 27 chapters translated so far, but it's ******* awesome. It's about how everyone is born with a super power special to them(called "quirks") and it's about a boy who becomes a hero despite the fact that he has no powers at all. It's really good so far.
#36 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
She is a goddamn idiot! Holy **** Bryan and Mike made her stupid on purpose. They KNEW Tumblr would love her regardless because "Brown skinned fit female protagonist"

Also ********* who're into fit chicks like Korra because "Holy **** those muscles"

Korra has the IQ of a ******* BRICK.

>How do I solve this problem? I tried punching it. I tried Punching it harder.
>...LETS PUNCH IT AGAIN

I swear to god all of my money is going into my "pissing off tumblr" project
User avatar #37 to #36 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I would need to watch the show to truly judge her character, but I understand the complaints from what I know of the show.
User avatar #38 to #37 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Also you aren't wrong in saying Asami is attractive as **** but there are more Korra lovers than Asami lovers

Asami is a very wealthy woman. Her father gave her his entire fortune after he got busted for a terrorist attack that backfired

Asami also has issues...She watched her mom get burn to ashes at the age of 8. She watched a terrorist group kill her father and since this show suffers from horrible writing she just deals with it

In actuality this woman she be a ******* ball of mixed emotions right now ranging from rising anger, vengeance, extreme violence, and homicidal depression. She should not be remotely happy right now
User avatar #39 to #38 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I think that's the complaint I heard the most, is that they had all these very cool side characters that were way more interesting than Korra, and they all got ****** over in the end. That just ******* sucks and is complete ******** . You should always have at least one episode entirely about one of the main side characters that fully explains their character.
User avatar #40 to #39 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Its like if Korra were a sentient character she just looks down upon her 3 "friends" and says "See that title? Does it ******* say Legend of Bolin? Legend of Mako? Legend of Sato?"

>N-No

>EXACTLY!

**** you Korra. I'm glad Bryan and Mike are never allowed to work on anything Avatar related ever again. Thank you based Nick for kicking those asshole out of the developer room
User avatar #41 to #40 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Is that why Korra ended or was it that they were just done with the project?
User avatar #42 to #41 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Multiple different reasons

1- Airbender the show that came before Korra was a ******* money ******** Machine. Spongebob was dropping in ratings because Airbender was THAT addicting

Nick shat a brick on how much money this show was making and gave Bryan and Mike all the power and money they needed to make Korra as good as Airbender

Did it work? ...Kind of. The loyal fans of the show stayed because we're battered wives and when Legend of Waifus showed us what happens when you make bad writing as bad as possible its like staying to watch a train wreck

It also doesn't help this show aired on 8 PM...on a FRIDAY NIGHT
User avatar #43 to #42 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I remember I actually really liked Airbender. I know I need to rewatch that, because it has been forever and I don't remember a thing from it.
User avatar #44 to #43 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Airbender ends on a satisfying if not a Deus Ex Machina of a note

Regardless Deus Ex Machina or not **** was ******* hilariously epic. Literally ripping someone's bending ability out thru his ******* forehead then Aang is like "You can't bend anymore. You ain't **** "

Then you look at how Korra ends...and how Tumblr is crying tears of joy that their muscle bound idiot waifu won by punching **** ...and Asami is still a ******* useless character

and then I started drinking.
User avatar #45 to #44 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
And then they end up together...
User avatar #46 to #45 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Tumblr pushing agendas...

I'm just gonna tel you right now...don't ever watch this show. Because Tumblr is hijacking the **** out of it it's THERE show now

Just like how Adventure Time became their show as well

This is why I make comics...and drink

Because shockingly enough it gets Tumblr's attention and Tumblr actually starts to hate me
User avatar #47 to #46 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I ******* hate adventure time. I actually really like Gravity Falls. Everytime I watch it, it makes me happy. I will never watch Korra though, I'll never get around to it, and I've heard enough **** about it to make me not want to watch it.
#18 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm hungry I want some food

and liquor
User avatar #19 to #18 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I want these things as well, though I had Taco Bell, so I'm not super hungry. I'm 20, so the alcohol is hard to obtain still.
#20 to #19 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I want Vodka/Milk and French Fries
I want Vodka/Milk and French Fries
User avatar #21 to #20 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Is In-N-Out still open right now? That **** is awesome.
#22 to #21 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm an expert when it comes to fries

In and Out Fries are like chalk
User avatar #23 to #22 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
That's true, but the burgers are good, and their milkshakes are pretty damn good to. For the prices anyway.
#24 to #23 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
KFC and 5 Guys are the best fries

Jack in the Box comes next followed by Carls
User avatar #25 to #24 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
KFC has fries??
#26 to #25 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
***** so good thick too
User avatar #27 to #26 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
IS that only in Cali? I don't remember them having fries before.
#28 to #27 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Just ask for a box of Potato Wedges **** tastes so good
User avatar #29 to #28 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I'll do it next time I go. I ******* love fries. It's one of the few places we have here in Ellensburg.
#30 to #29 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
There are many things I love

My waifu

Fries

Vodka/Milk

Financial domination
User avatar #31 to #30 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm guessing Asami is your waifu? Just a wild guess.
#32 to #31 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
You know one day Tumblr is gonna find all my artwork and do their damndest to kill me

There are no word how much I hate Korra

Seriously...she's imaginary. She isn't real but that fact she even exists as a thought angers me greatly

I have ****** 4 women....and yet I find sex boring as all ****
User avatar #33 to #32 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Wait, I'm confused. Do you like Asami and hate Korra, or just hate all of Korra?
#34 to #33 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
>Korra the show

Disappointments and dropped balls everywhere. Watching the show is like watching bad fanfiction that suddenly got brought up by Nick executives

>Korra the character

I want her to die. You ever hate a character so badly you literally drink....for 4 days straight because she angers you this badly...All that vodka and I can still hear her voice.

>Asami

She is all I ever think about ever. And Tumblr ruined her. Holy **** I wanted to cry I am so pathetic
User avatar #35 to #34 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I never watched the show, but I know it has a huge fanbase. I do think Asami is a very ******* attractive character (that said, I do not have any waifu of any sort, and don't watch anime or shows like Korra). I have seen a lot of hate for Korra though.
User avatar #4 to #3 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Because i'm bored as **** and looking for conversation
User avatar #5 to #4 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
I can get behind that logic. I'm also bored as **** . How are you (besides bored)? Where did you find me?
User avatar #6 to #5 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
FJ Randomizer

An App I created that allows me to roll profiles and then I go from there
User avatar #7 to #6 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
That is actually really cool. Am I the first person you talked to or was it just commenting on a bunch of peoples profiles?
User avatar #8 to #7 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I think I have successfully commented on 200 profiles yours being #200
User avatar #9 to #8 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Well, then I feel pretty special. Where are you from?
User avatar #10 to #9 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Santa Rosa California
User avatar #11 to #10 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Wow, I have a couple friends from Cali. I'm from Washington, currently in the middle of butt **** nowhere (also known as Ellensburg) at CWU.
User avatar #12 to #11 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
Doesn't Washington get **** tons of Rain and Sleet?
User avatar #13 to #12 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Rain? Yes. Sleet? Occasionally. Some places get more rain than others... It ******* sucks sometimes. We don't get snow anymore apparently.
User avatar #14 to #13 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
I rather it rain all the time then have this ******* drought ********
User avatar #15 to #14 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
Oh, **** that's right! I forgot there was a drought down there. I was just in Vegas for Christmas and it was 72 in late December. How hot is the weather down there right now?
User avatar #16 to #15 - murrlogic (01/31/2015) [-]
70+
User avatar #17 to #16 - skorpius (01/31/2015) [-]
God, that's better than here. It has been unusually warm though, about a mid 40's to high 30's range, which is really odd for Washington.
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