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Submitted: 07/15/2012
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#4 - funnyjunkpls (07/15/2012) [-]
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#2 - anonymous (07/15/2012) [-]
sweethearts. The love is still there after 26 years of marriage and 5 years of dating before that. So it exists, hun, but I can't promise anything more than its existence.
And you can slip away into your apathy if you like. The world will keep on turning just the same. Or you can get off your computer and do something about it. Get off of funnyjunk and do something. Right now. Think of all the things you would like to do or learn how to do. Parkour, jui-jitsu, cooking, exotic frog breeding, cosplay, dancing, escape artisanship, making chainmaille, making funny videos on youtube, lion taming. It doesn't matter what, just find something you like to do other than surf the internet that's productive. Do it. Right now. Think I'm kidding? Don't even comment back to this **** , you'd be wasting your time. Make a change.
#1 - anonymous (07/15/2012) [-]
It seems like you have selective apathy. And, girl, that is so normal. It seems like you're fresh out of high school (or going to be) and when i was your age I didn't give a **** about most people either. But I would get REALLY into anime, like I gobbled that **** up. Besides that I was terrified about my future and what the hell I was going to do; how my life was going to change and being forced to grow up and figure **** out... But then I got to college and the process of figuring **** out turned out to be... fun. I knew I wanted to study art, but I didn't know how to make a living off that. I changed my mind a bunch of times- curator, painting teacher, freelance, etc. But now I take pride in sculpting metal and making jewelry with a part-time job waiting tables in a fine dining restaurant. My job doesn't have to do with art, and it doesn't have to. I make good money, and I went to school to learn about the thing I love most not to get a fancy job and an impressive piece of paper. So don't be afraid of change, the result isn't as scary as you think it'll be.
As far as being afraid of being a ******* , you can still have a female partner and have a "normal" life. It's all about perspective. And if you don't have the ability to fall in love with a person of the same gender, it's safe to say you're not gay. Having dreams about getting it on with a girl doesn't mean much unless your dreams expressed deep feelings for her or genuine sexual attraction. I mean I've had dreams of ******* a garden gnome... I don't even know what that's about but I wouldn't call myself a gnomephile in my waking life.
and don't lose hope on love. My parents have been married for 26 years and I just wish you could meet them. they've had their problems when my mom struggled with anxiety and alcoholism, but she's sober for almost a month and she's been going to a therapist for her anxiety. Relationships take work, but when I see my parents together sometimes, they act like high school
User avatar #5 - thedeathofme (07/15/2012) [-]
@ the tags: Thats what she said.
#3 - phoenix grinder (07/15/2012) [-]
mfw this site is 'blogjunk' now. dafuq :(
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