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User avatar #58 - guiguito ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
I like how you need both ps2 and xbox controller to get out of bed.
User avatar #67 to #58 - lukewarmpigeon (04/05/2014) [-]
ps3/4 controllers use different buttons?
#71 to #67 - jacksowrd (04/05/2014) [-]
RETARD ALERT!
RETARD ALERT!
User avatar #72 to #71 - lukewarmpigeon (04/05/2014) [-]
oh thank you for spelling out what you image says i dont want to have a seizure
#136 to #72 - astayal (04/05/2014) [-]
wait so why are we downvoting lukewarmpigeon? Isn't what he said correct?
User avatar #139 to #136 - zysolyn (04/05/2014) [-]
no. playstation controllers dont have a, b, or y. They have no idea what they're talking about
User avatar #153 to #139 - lukewarmpigeon (04/05/2014) [-]
guiguito said you need ps2 and xbox controllers, "xbox" could refer to any xbox (original/360/one) while ps2 refers to a single system as if the other playstation controllers do not share the same buttons
User avatar #159 to #153 - guiguito ONLINE (04/06/2014) [-]
To be fair, if i say playstation, you would be lying if you din't think ps2 first.
Besides gotta comment fast, many reposts to see yet.
User avatar #160 to #159 - lukewarmpigeon (04/06/2014) [-]
actually i think sony, spyro, and the controller that has barely changed from the first design. the first console to come to mind when i hear playstation is the original, my first console
User avatar #154 to #153 - zysolyn (04/05/2014) [-]
I see. I thought you were possibly inferring that a ps3/ps4 had a, b, or y buttons. You are correct in your misunderstanding of guiguito's oddly specific reference to the playstation 2 controller.
User avatar #69 to #67 - guiguito ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
why din't you mentioned the ps1?
User avatar #70 to #69 - lukewarmpigeon (04/05/2014) [-]
the original playstation was just that there was no number i figures "ps" would cover that then "3/4" would cover ps3 and ps4
User avatar #85 to #70 - mugenchamploo (04/05/2014) [-]
Shoulda went with "ps/3/4"
#48 - muffintime (04/05/2014) [-]
The only thing that gets me out of my bed in the morning is the gym..

The perfect 10/10 girl hates me now for some stupid misunderstanding, I have lost almost all of my friends because 2 of the guys got in a fight and split the whole group up and I feel like I'm going nowhere in school...

The gym is the only place where I think clearly now, but I'm still young and even though I'm going through a rough patch in my life I know I just have to keep pushing and work my ass off achieving my dreams.. tough times don't last, tough people do.

sorry for the rant
User avatar #106 to #48 - slothboner (04/05/2014) [-]
Same. Except with copious amounts of alcohol in place of lifting.
#137 to #106 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
And MDMA.
And ket.
And weed.

**** life right now.
#52 to #48 - hansenthirtysix (04/05/2014) [-]
I feel you man, went through similar **** where exercise was my escape. ****** been really rough lately since I got a hernia last spring and am still waiting for surgery. Put on way too much fat in the past 6 months.
User avatar #53 to #52 - muffintime (04/05/2014) [-]
Sucks to hear that man, hope you get better soon!
#54 to #53 - hansenthirtysix (04/05/2014) [-]
Thanks man, I do too. Got a big grind coming up once I get patched up.
#96 to #48 - thismustbeseen (04/05/2014) [-]
I just lost my gf last night bro. 2 years. I don't know what to do. I wish I was as motivated as you to get things done.
#74 to #48 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
Lift your way to happiness, brother.
#82 to #48 - robertito (04/05/2014) [-]
Im in literally the same position as you, almost to a tee.
#11 - thethread ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
You forgot the part where the on screen buttons don't correspond to the controller.
You forgot the part where the on screen buttons don't correspond to the controller.
#16 to #11 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
I think he got that with the Xbox and Playstation controls both being in the list
User avatar #66 to #11 - tombobbusama (04/05/2014) [-]
actually, only the square is from the PS2. The Triangle requires a PS1 controller. Also several of the directions require an atari.
User avatar #76 to #66 - futureofmlb (04/05/2014) [-]
...the triangle has been on every PS controller since PS1, how do you need a PS1 controller
User avatar #88 to #76 - tombobbusama (04/05/2014) [-]
The computer only recognises the triangle from the PS1. You have to have every remote plugged in at once.
#111 to #11 - goodshinyhunter (04/05/2014) [-]
MFW this gif.
MFW this gif.
#92 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
The wonders of xbox turning magically into ps3
#102 to #92 - rickyleipzig ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
Ben Heck!
#124 to #92 - kilotech (04/05/2014) [-]
glorious Xbox trigger and joystick setup, responsive and functional PlayStation D-pad ,
both wire and battery for wireless and wired play

10/10 would use
#148 to #124 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
unless you have the xbox one controller which is so much better and more responsive
#49 to #3 - sircontagious (04/05/2014) [-]
When you're depressed, you can't feel anything. You can't feel the joy of spending a day with your friends, you cant feel the pain when they abandon you. When anyone gives you a compliment, you just think about how wrong they are. When you are depressed you feel like the world is all a part of some big inside joke, and nobody wants to let you in on it. Your presence makes everyone awkward because you can't enjoy anything anymore. The insecurities that nobody likes you far overwhelm the innate truth that you might actually be an amazing person and a fierce friend.   
     You tell yourself every day that you are useless, and no matter how rationally you know you aren't, and despite loving friends and a caring family, it is impossible to shake the thought no matter how hard you try. Depression is a gaping room with one exit, and that door has a lock that can only be released by a lifetime of commitment, and yet on the other side lies just another wall.    
     Depression is hanging by the tips of your fingers to the edge of a cliff, desperately reaching out for a hand that you know isn't there, and even though you've tried so hard to hang on, letting go just looks a little bit more promising.   
   
     I typically wouldn't say anything, so I'm sorry if I sound like a bitchy tumblr user, but I have neither a tumblr account nor have I ever been on the website for more that a minute or so, but please, please do not joke about depression. Those of us who really do feel these things aren't reaching out for attention, we aren't the whores of the world. We don't want to be seen as weak to those who just wouldn't understand. But please, these things are real and they hurt more than we thought anything ever could.   
There is a very defined line between those who live for attention, and those who die for beauty.
When you're depressed, you can't feel anything. You can't feel the joy of spending a day with your friends, you cant feel the pain when they abandon you. When anyone gives you a compliment, you just think about how wrong they are. When you are depressed you feel like the world is all a part of some big inside joke, and nobody wants to let you in on it. Your presence makes everyone awkward because you can't enjoy anything anymore. The insecurities that nobody likes you far overwhelm the innate truth that you might actually be an amazing person and a fierce friend.
You tell yourself every day that you are useless, and no matter how rationally you know you aren't, and despite loving friends and a caring family, it is impossible to shake the thought no matter how hard you try. Depression is a gaping room with one exit, and that door has a lock that can only be released by a lifetime of commitment, and yet on the other side lies just another wall.
Depression is hanging by the tips of your fingers to the edge of a cliff, desperately reaching out for a hand that you know isn't there, and even though you've tried so hard to hang on, letting go just looks a little bit more promising.

I typically wouldn't say anything, so I'm sorry if I sound like a bitchy tumblr user, but I have neither a tumblr account nor have I ever been on the website for more that a minute or so, but please, please do not joke about depression. Those of us who really do feel these things aren't reaching out for attention, we aren't the whores of the world. We don't want to be seen as weak to those who just wouldn't understand. But please, these things are real and they hurt more than we thought anything ever could.
There is a very defined line between those who live for attention, and those who die for beauty.
User avatar #62 to #49 - sonnyboii ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
"When you're depressed, you can't feel anything."
"When you are depressed you feel like the world is all a part of some big inside joke"

wut
User avatar #158 to #62 - sircontagious (04/06/2014) [-]
obviously you've never been depressed
#140 to #49 - fzjoss (04/05/2014) [-]
Heh, i did use to think that everyone around me just were my friends because of pity only, but now that im not depressed i dont even know why i thought about that, im fabulous, everyone wants to be my friend. No, seriously tho, you just 90% accurately described how TRULY depressed people feel (not wannabe attention "depressed" whores), or atleast how i felt, yet everyone keeps joking, i really hope that those who are joking dont get into a severe depression, and then people start making fun of them like they are doing right now. (you know, karma, an eye for an eye and stuff)
<=== pic totally related
#60 to #49 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
>makes big post about how terrible depression is
>"sorry if i sound like a bitchy tumblr user"
>no jokes pls

I can't really take you seriously.
#93 to #49 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
depression is all in the head.
#98 to #93 - telfyr ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
Well it is a mental condition so yeah thats pretty obvious
#120 to #93 - Welshhobo (04/05/2014) [-]
****** idiot, i have it in my legs. Some people are so insensitive.
#5 to #3 - shatted (04/04/2014) [-]
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#17 to #6 - narddogg (04/05/2014) [-]
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#1 - internetexplain (04/04/2014) [-]
You're making this post assuming that everyone is a ******* casual like you OP
User avatar #2 to #1 - danjazown (04/04/2014) [-]
k.
#7 to #1 - splyt ONLINE (04/04/2014) [-]
you're making that comment assuming you're better than somebody else because he shared a picture he liked. right before you commented were you sitting there thinking "i can't relate to this, so i'll try to call OP out, that'll show him!" ?

explain that, you ******* cock weasel
#51 to #7 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
Are you serious right now or are you joking too?
User avatar #12 to #7 - castereleven (04/05/2014) [-]
It's a joke.
User avatar #110 to #1 - demigodofmadness (04/05/2014) [-]
I wish I was hardcore enough to have a controller with, A B Y X Square and Triangle buttons.
#103 - manirock ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
You found a power up
#142 to #103 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
Isn't alcohol a depressant?
#63 - Welshhobo (04/05/2014) [-]
Just turn NoClip on.
#8 - jasonseagull (04/04/2014) [-]
**jasonseagull rolled image** mfw I'm depressed
**jasonseagull rolled image** mfw I'm depressed
#100 - sarcasmexplain (04/05/2014) [-]
Accurate
User avatar #40 - I Am Monkey (04/05/2014) [-]
Press up, up, down, down, left, right, a, b, a, b for a jetpack.
#105 - xchocolatethunderx (04/05/2014) [-]
I don't have depression. I'm just fat and lazy and hate getting out of bed.
I don't have depression. I'm just fat and lazy and hate getting out of bed.
User avatar #109 - demigodofmadness (04/05/2014) [-]
I was like, "This wouldn't be so hard", and then I saw square and triangle at the end
User avatar #130 to #109 - emokoneko (04/05/2014) [-]
Because sometimes, with depression, you try so hard....but then when you're almost through something that seems impossible comes along and makes it all seem wasted and hopeless. Then you hit a bunch of random buttons hoping it works, realize it's not going to do anything, and throw the controller across the room.
#104 - mrsixinch (04/05/2014) [-]
Here's a little something for all fellow FJers suffering from depression. I was sent this by a friend and it makes me happy looking at it. It may not have the same effect on you, but here it is anyway. I love you guys; keep smiling, and hug a friend today.
#13 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
mfw I'm depressed.

Nothing special about it. Just my face. I'm in a pretty bad place right now.
User avatar #80 to #13 - perform (04/05/2014) [-]
Why are you depressed? Name a good, strong reason why you're depressed. If you can't, look forward in your life. Think about what you want right now. Think about how you can go around to getting it. Start. I haven't been depressed before so I might not know how bad it is, but I want to help.

For example, I want to start building my own PC. What do I need to do that? Well first I'd need money. How can I get money? Maybe find a part-time? Sell old stuff? A part time sounds good. Now what else do I need? Maybe some advice on how to start off? I can ask my dad, but he's pissy as **** . I can ask my friends? Maybe find something on the Internet? Doesn't matter. I just need money first. So I started applying for jobs!

tl;dr do things that you want to do or do things that lead to things that you like. That's how I've been living my life and I can say I've never been depressed.
User avatar #81 to #80 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
I get what you're saying. But a lot of the time you can get depressed for literally no reason at all. It just happens. Right now, for me, I do have a few reasons but still. If I brood on those it just makes it worse. I wish it could be as easy as just doing things I want to do and I'd 'cheer up', but that doesn't really work either. Doing hobbies when you're depressed is like swimming with weights tied to your feet. You don't seem to enjoy what you're doing as much. Although sometimes it can be a good distraction, most of the time you just end up not wanting to partake in that hobby anymore. At least that's how I feel. Thank you for trying to help, but it's not as easy as "Try to be happy and you'll be happy" when it comes to actual depression. But again, thank you for your input.
#128 to #13 - Seanxone (04/05/2014) [-]
Im sorry you're in a bad place but the way you presented it gave me a chuckle
Im sorry you're in a bad place but the way you presented it gave me a chuckle
User avatar #151 to #128 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
Also that gif was fantastic. Lol
User avatar #150 to #128 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
No problem m8. Was originally supposed to be used for a chuckle. No reason to feel bad xD
#21 to #13 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
This is me when I was happy last summer. That happiness lasted 2 whole days. I've not been happy since, and hadn't been for over 4 year previous.

Post a picture of yourself the last time you were pictured happy.

I don't have a single other picture of myself truly smiling since I was 11. It was very lucky that I was on vacation with a photographer friend and she managed to snap this picture of me, otherwise I may have forgotten by now, that I can in fact BE happy. This picture is what keeps me hopeful that some day I'll get better and maybe even be happy for 3 whole days in a row, and maybe someday I'll only be depressed half the time instead of most.
#26 to #21 - weeniss (04/05/2014) [-]
This is me just a few months ago, I finally got out of a year long rut of depression, I've been feeling myself slip back in to it lately, though. It terrifies me and I hate being like this. the funnyjunk community has made me laugh through a lot of it, though, so that's good, special thanks to peanutbitter, the tinychat **** was a highlight in my life i won't forget anytime soon
User avatar #50 to #26 - peanutbitter (04/05/2014) [-]
lol you're a living legend man. people still request that video on the tinychat
User avatar #35 to #26 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
If you do fall back into it, remember that there are always going to be people who will do their best to understand and help you. They can be hard to find, but I think this thread is a testament to the fact that we do exist out there. Take care of yourself.
User avatar #29 to #26 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
Hey, man. Just remember. You got out of it once, so even if you do fall back in, you can get out of it again. Just remember what helped you climb out in the first place and focus on that. Glad you fought it off.
#115 to #21 - chimpaflimp ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
This cat's name is Princess Monster Truck.
User avatar #125 to #21 - cormy (04/05/2014) [-]
IS YOUR HAIR GREEN IN THIS PICTURE?!
User avatar #131 to #125 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
Only half. I like to dye my hair odd colours on occasion. It gives people something to point out about me that isn't: that I'm really really tall for a woman, how rarely I smile, how very pale I am. People always point out the things that I either can't change or hurt to be reminded of, so I tend too give them something I'm in control of to remark about (green hair, safety pin earrings, etc).
User avatar #134 to #131 - cormy (04/05/2014) [-]
Normally I don't care for green hair but in this pic it just went so well with the background...
User avatar #135 to #134 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
Green is my favourite colour, so it was a good colour for me to dye my hair. Most people do red or purple or typically natural hair colours. But I figured if I was gonna dye my hair I was gonna go as weird and outlandish as possible without it. So I thought, "what colour do people almost NEVER dye their hair?" And that colour was green.
User avatar #143 to #135 - cormy (04/05/2014) [-]
Green is also my favourite colour however it doesn't go with many things. More "pure" greens like neons will go with purple and black quite well while darker ones can go with gray. Lighter greens can go with yellow in varying ways but it's hard to mix green with natural colours, especially hair. Unfortunately green often just looks sickly on hair.
At least that's my thoughts on it and that would by why people don't dye their hair green.
... But I guess that doesn't really matter considering you weren't really trying to make it look good, mostly just there as a sort of distraction right?
#22 to #21 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]


This is the last time I was pictured happy that I actually was, and it's a pretty generic situation. Look at this ******* kid. Looks dorky as **** with his long hair, and his chubbiness. This was four years ago, when I graduated high school. Now I won't say that in those last 4 years since this picture I've been 100% depressed all the time, it comes and goes. I've had happy situations, happy moments, but this is the last time I can say that I was genuinely happy with myself (to a point). I've always had an issue with depression, but I usually have a way of ignoring it or fighting it off. It's just that recently I haven't been able to. Too much has been going on, and it's become overwhelming. I guess in a sense you're right. It helps a little bit to look at a time when I was genuinely happy and remember that person exists. But it doesn't take some of the weight off my shoulders that's keeping me from going back to being that happy. It sucks when you really feel like you need help yet have no real place to go for it.
#24 to #22 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
I have dysthymia, which basically means that I'm always depressed. It's not as severe as regular depression, (my low's aren't as low as people with other depressive disorders get), but it's a constant state, with very rare and fleeting highs, and while most depressions last no more than a year, dysthymia is a type of depression that can go on for decades if left untreated (provided the affected person doesn't kill themselves). I've been depressed about 90% of the time for the last 10 years. I definitely know what it's like to know you need help, really really want help, but have no idea how to get it or where to go. I went to a counselor for a while after my dad died, but when that single issue was resolved for me he failed to continue being useful. I went to a psychiatrist, and he gave me lots of medications which worked for a few months and then just made me feel even worse, I should have talked to him about changing medications, explained that I didn't like how cloudy the anti-depressants made my thoughts feel, like I was trapped in my own head. But I was too afraid to mention it, because I thought that I'd get in trouble or be institutionalized if I refused to take my current medication. I know better now, there are dozens of different anti-depressants, and at least in my country, you're not going to get institutionalized unless you are consistently violent. But I've no gone back to medication, or to a psychiatrist, because I don't know where to start, and despite knowing the confidentiality agreements inside-out, I have serious issues around trusting doctors. But then I found this great website www.imalive.org it's basically a crisis line in the form of an anonymous chatroom. It's really great when I need someone to talk to. Maybe you'll find it useful too. The picture is me trying to smile and appear happy a few weeks ago I think I failed pretty miserably. Especially in contrast to the other pic.
#27 to #24 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
I don't really think I'm suicidal or anything. I tried during my sophomore year in high school. Though that's a story I don't delve into much. Ever since it's been a constant fear of mine that I'll get that bad again. Because I really am lucky to be here now. If I ever get that way again, then I'll remember this website. I'll bookmark it. But honestly I feel I'd just be wasting time that one of their reps could spend on a different person. I'm also terrified to get medication. I've been considering going to a psychiatrist for a number of reasons. My aforementioned depression being one of them. I both can't afford it, and am afraid that they wouldn't be able to help. My parents know I USED to battle depression in high school, but I do a pretty decent job (I think) of hiding it from them now. I'd be terrified to try medication for the same reason you mentioned. I've heard stories of people that felt like the them that was happy wasn't really them. I even had someone tell me that it was like watching someone trying to act like you from afar. I don't want that. I have a funny habit of trashing my own life whenever it starts to improve, and it gets really tiring. I won't go into details, but like I said earlier, right now it's just really starting to pile on, and pile on.
That picture earlier was pretty much the same thing. Me trying to act content when I wasn't. Here's a picture that someone took of me when they thought I was happy. I really, really wasn't. Looks all fun and **** but I was actually crying in that picture. I was at a convention rave and I had just found out my mother was diagnosed with Lupus the afternoon of. So what did I do? Put on my usual mask, acted like I was okay, and tried to forget about literally everything. That's the only real thing I remember from that night was how hard I was trying to imagine that there was nothing around me, no one but me in that room.
#33 to #27 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
This picture is of the nice cheerful expression I plaster on my face when I'm with my family. In this picture my sister and I were picking a pumpkin to carve for Hallowe'en. I think I actually did a pretty good job of looking happy in this one. What my family doesn't know is that the same week this was taken I held a knife to my thigh and almost carved myself open. I'd barely scratched the skin when I thought of how my mother would cry at the funeral. And having heard her ragged sobbing for months every night after my dad died. I just couldn't do it. I really need to go back to the psychiatrist, but it's terrifying to consider it. My mom paid for it when I was 16 after dad died, because at least then I had a valid excuse for being miserable. But 5 and a half years later? I really don't have any socially acceptable reasons to be as miserable as I am, and that makes it even worse. Because no one in this world thinks of depression like it really is, a ******* chemical imbalance that can happen for absolutely no reason and seriously **** you up anyway. Every time you try to tell someone you're depressed they ask you what happened, they ask you what's wrong. And I find myself trying to come up with reasons why I should be depressed. Sure, I have some ****** aspects of my life, I have a lot of trouble with school, and I live far away from most of my friends, etc. But none of those things are "good enough". Truth is, I'm not depressed for any reason, I just am. And I am so terrified to tell my mum that I still am depressed, because I worry that she'll ask the same useless questions everyone else does, or worse, do what I've seen her do to others, and tell me to suck it up and move on.
User avatar #68 to #33 - lasmamoe (04/05/2014) [-]
This might sound silly, but have you tried different kinds of supplements?
Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can actually cause severe depression, Magnesium and vitamin D deficiency being the most typical.
I'm not saying it'll work, but it's worth looking into imo.

My dad has been depressed pretty much his whole life, and he's taking a lot of meds, but i really have a feeling there's just something wrong with his body, because he eats like the worst person i've ever met, and he drinks a lot.
User avatar #133 to #68 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
I actually eat surprisingly healthy for someone my age. You raise a very valid point about vitamin and mineral deficiencies, my doctor mentioned the same thing years ago when I first went in for depression, but when my blood-work came back it was obvious that I was eating more than healthy enough for that not to be the cause. There are lots of things that can contribute to depression (like not getting enough exercise), but I've had a regular work-out regime and do physical activities like rock-climbing and swimming since I was 17. Unfortunately, none of those things have helped me. It's entirely down to brain chemistry for me, so medication is the only thing that can help.
User avatar #155 to #133 - lasmamoe (04/06/2014) [-]
Alright
Brain chemistry is a seriously mysterious thing.

btw. i recommend watching "It's kind of a funny story" if you get the time.
It's about a boy dealing with depression, and it is seriously uplifting.
One of my favorite films.
User avatar #156 to #155 - Zydratejunkie (04/06/2014) [-]
I'll go on Netflix and watch that right now.
User avatar #157 to #156 - lasmamoe (04/06/2014) [-]
Awesome!
User avatar #34 to #33 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
That's kind of the worst part is not having an answer when people ask "what's wrong". I'm pretty bad at managing my stress. I've always just let it build without really having any way to vent it out. I've always wanted to prevent myself from being a burden on others. That's the main reason I don't usually tell anyone any of this. They'll feel obligated to try to help. Though right now I don't really have any friends to talk to... My best friend just practically told me to stay out of his life. That was fun. It sucks when you have all this going on, all of this uncertainty, and yet all I can do is sit alone and brood on it. I honestly fear what could happen if I didn't at least have a job. That definitely wouldn't be good. This is the most I've actually talked to anyone about what's really going on in a while. So, I guess thanks for listening.
User avatar #36 to #34 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
I'll listen any time man. You've listened to me too. And I've not said this much to anyone ever. It's kind of odd that I trust random strangers on the internet more than people whose jobs it is to help me. I guess I trust you more about this stuff because you aren't being paid to listen to my ******** , you don't have to care. And I always enjoy conversations with others dealing with **** in their life, because as much as I wish no one else ever had to deal with depression, it's great to be able to experience first hand how not alone I am.
User avatar #37 to #36 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
I think it's like you said. Random strangers on the internet aren't paid to care, so when they show interest it's because they genuinely do. Not to mention that a stranger on the internet usually can't bring this into your everyday life as much as say, your friend could if you told them. there isn't as much fear of judgement or betrayal in that situation. I've always been the first one to help others, and the last one to help myself. But that gets pretty taxing when you don't let anyone know when you need help. So yeah, it definitely is a relief knowing that someone on the other side of the keyboard knows part of what I'm going through, and can at least offer some support, if nothing else.
#55 to #37 - cjsixtyseven (04/05/2014) [-]
Well this was progressively sad.
#25 to #24 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
you guys should like meet up and ****
User avatar #28 to #25 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
If you aren't going to be nice then go away. You obviously can't read a situation.
#30 to #28 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
I dont really need to read such a sad cringey and pathetic lifestyle you 2 live.
all you guys are doing is filling this place up with "omg im so lonely,nobody understands"
all i know that both of you are depressed ***** that need to grow the **** up.
#31 to #30 - anon (04/05/2014) [-]
You ignorant **** . You really think that **** like depression and anxiety are things that you need to just "Grow up" from? **** you. Also, this website, although being usually a image board for funny pictures, is still a community. A community is supposed to help others when they need it. These two people obviously want a little bit of help. Not once have they implied that they wanted pity, or that they wanted you to think their life style has been pathetic. You don't have to read their **** , let alone comment on it. So why don't you **** off when all their doing is looking for people that know what they're going through and can give them a helping hand. You don't have to spread your ignorance around like some sort of ******* disease when it's just going to make people feel bad. You have no idea how social disorders work, so stay the **** out.

As for all of you, I won't claim to know what you're going through, but I wish you both the best. I hope you happiness soon.
User avatar #32 to #31 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
Hey, nice anon. I appreciate what you're doing, but there are people like this all over the place. I try not to let them bother me. Thank you for your support though. It's best not to egg them on.
#38 to #32 - valhar (04/05/2014) [-]
This is a picture of me the last time I was happy. I got hit in the head, and now I just hurt.
User avatar #39 to #38 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
I can't really admit to knowing how that's like, but I do know that pain pretty much overwhelms any other emotion. I broke my ankle a few years ago and it never healed right. Whenever it gets really really bad (from working on it, or whatever), all that's important at that moment is the physical pain. It sucks. Whether you meant physical pain, or mental/emotional pain, I honestly hope you get better soon. That just sounds pretty damn bad.
User avatar #41 to #39 - valhar (04/05/2014) [-]
Damn it i was just cracking wise with an old picture from a metal concert but that was such a nice response i cant.
User avatar #42 to #41 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
xD sorry. Sometimes I tend to take things seriously. And cases like that aren't completely unheard of. Like was mentioned earlier, depression and other disorders like it are mainly comprised of a chemical imbalance in the brain. Physical trauma can trigger that.

But if that pic is you, that's pretty brutal, dude. Mosh pit or just some random fight you got into?
User avatar #43 to #42 - valhar (04/05/2014) [-]
Dethklok moshpt, and also i agree with nice anon. **** tha dude.
User avatar #46 to #43 - Zydratejunkie (04/05/2014) [-]
Dethklok is great! What other metal bands do you listen to?
User avatar #45 to #43 - zodiacwolf (04/05/2014) [-]
I've been to a few concerts. Nothing metal like that, though. And as for mean anon, there are more people like him than I care to admit. People don't realize that it's not something you can just suck up and "grow up" from. But like I said. I ignore them. Nice anon is a pretty cool guy though. Hope he comes back around and sees how grateful people are.
User avatar #79 - notnewaccount (04/05/2014) [-]
This is like trying to make an attack in Tekken.
And the answer is the same: Give up
#20 - Lordskull (04/05/2014) [-]
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#19 - slandersalamander (04/05/2014) [-]
you could even say it's... BAD
#101 - kcwsooners ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
**kcwsooners rolled image**
How I sleep.
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