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User avatar #179298 - supervillian (03/29/2015) [-]
Holy shit please help me. This sounds like the opening to a fucking creepypasta but my dad went to yardsales , and he went to this old ladies house with a bunch of knickknacks. He got a bunch of old phones and stuff,but he also got a tape recorder. #vintage
The only thing on it is a guy laughing, some numbers,and explosions. The one I remember best is 761099 or 760199 I cant remember and some explosion noises. The only reason I remember that one is because it said South Carolina ( where I live ) before it. Im legitmatly creeped the fuck out , and if enough people get interested I can post a video of it so you know im not bullshitting.

TLR What the fuck does 761099 mean ? Some kind of military code ?
User avatar #179342 to #179298 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Post a video! I love this shit.
User avatar #179714 to #179712 - womanexplain (04/01/2015) [-]
Video is private comrade
User avatar #179633 to #179342 - supervillian (03/31/2015) [-]
Didn't think i'd be away from the house, but it'll come tomorrow.
Sorry for the wait D:
#179636 to #179633 - confusedasian (03/31/2015) [-]
Punch the ghost in it's face if you see one.
User avatar #179637 to #179636 - supervillian (03/31/2015) [-]
You got it b0ss !
#179330 to #179298 - confusedasian (03/29/2015) [-]
Was nice knowing you. RIP in piece.
User avatar #179634 to #179330 - supervillian (03/31/2015) [-]
Refer to the reply to womanexplain
#179305 to #179298 - thedudeintheshirt (03/29/2015) [-]
Chill the fuck out. It's nothing.
User avatar #179307 to #179305 - supervillian (03/29/2015) [-]
You should see the video. Im a paranoid guy and it's gonna make me freak out to find something like this because I don't know what the hell it is
#179308 to #179307 - thedudeintheshirt (03/29/2015) [-]
What are you paranoid about? It's literally not related to you at all, even if it was some kind of crazy murderer using fire crackers to kill/torture people.
User avatar #179309 to #179308 - supervillian (03/29/2015) [-]
What if it was ? Explosion noises,where you live, creepy guy laughing,numbers. It's spooky stuff mahn. If anything i'm just really curious.
#179310 to #179309 - thedudeintheshirt (03/29/2015) [-]
Why do numbers creep you out?
#179311 to #179310 - supervillian (03/29/2015) [-]
Because I don't know what they mean.
User avatar #179302 to #179298 - supervillian (03/29/2015) [-]
Just recorded over five minutes of video, no idea how much longer it goes. Phone is charging, will upload soon
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User avatar #179295 - ishallsmiteyou (03/29/2015) [-]
I can't keep going on alone, I need someone by my side (fuck if I know why, it's just the way I am) but there's not a single woman out there who looks at me as anything more than their jesus-looking guitarist friend. Can't do fuck all about it and it's driving me insane.
User avatar #179297 to #179295 - sugoi (03/29/2015) [-]
Sounds like you need a waifu in your laifu.
#179296 to #179295 - thedudeintheshirt (03/29/2015) [-]
Cut your hair. Try a new look. Redefine yourself.
User avatar #179347 to #179296 - iridium ONLINE (03/29/2015) [-]
This is a damn good place to start. I second it.
#179292 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
so im trying to remember something from english class but i dont remember it well and i cant find it
basically there was a 2 tier classification for things as seen by language, one was the idea in your head (like your conceptualisation of what a lamp or a bus is)
and the other one was the actual word or representation of that "lamp" "Bus" or a drawing of a lamp or a bus
i think they were called something like symbols and signals or something but i cant find anything on it
#179382 to #179292 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
Association?
#179285 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
Should I start watching Breaking Bad and /or The Walking Dead? I know most of what's going to happen because of spoilers on the internet, but I've been told the journey is about as good as the surprises.
User avatar #179293 to #179285 - letting (03/29/2015) [-]
The Walking Dead is awesome, so is Breaking Bad.

So, Both.
#179289 to #179285 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
no
User avatar #179288 to #179285 - makotoitou (03/29/2015) [-]
breaking
#179251 - unncommon (03/28/2015) [-]
I need you guys help, I found this little guy jumping around in the woods behind my house. I saw him and he was on the ground and I figured that he would fly away. So he started chirping at me and I felt like he needed help. So I went up and tried to pick him up but he didn't fly away, he started bouncing and I knew if I left him one of the many cats around here would kill him (it's a miracle the guy made it to me). So after he resisted and tried to escape with no avail I picked him up and brought him inside. I gave him some bird food and he started eating immediately I also gave him some water and I'm pretty sure he drank it. As of now he's in my room in a plastic thing with a cloth partially over the top. I live in Florida and I'm almost positive that he's not native and believe he's domesticated. I plan on attempting to locate the birds family but I need to know how to care for him in the mean time. Also what type of bird is he?
User avatar #179257 to #179251 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
You should probably consider getting a cage of some sort, maybe ask at a shelter or something if they have something you could borrow until you decide what to do?
User avatar #179256 to #179251 - marinepenguin (03/29/2015) [-]
Seems like your average parakeet. An old girlfriend of mine had one. Usually they have their wings clipped so they can't fly. If the family that owned him dumped it, you probably won't be able to give it back.
#179407 to #179256 - unncommon (03/29/2015) [-]
I got him an actual cage. Turns out he's pretty young, under 4 months.
User avatar #179259 to #179256 - unncommon (03/29/2015) [-]
Turns out my grandma saw him fly earlier and meant to tell me to watch out for him so I think he's been out for a while. He also was very hungry and thirsty, he has been on his own for a while. I'm going to go buy him a cage and new bird feed and all that good shit in a little bit, for the moment I made him a make shift nest and gave him a bigger area, he seems happy. I'm gonna watch after him for a while. He clearly wanted help and isn't going to make it on his own.
User avatar #179277 to #179259 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
good idea
User avatar #179260 to #179259 - unncommon (03/29/2015) [-]
Also womanexplain
User avatar #179261 to #179260 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Are you asking me a question or...? ;_;
User avatar #179266 to #179261 - marinepenguin (03/29/2015) [-]
Yes insinuating that women know everything about birds.
User avatar #179270 to #179266 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
... That doesn't make sense though, no one knows EVERYTHING about birds...
User avatar #179314 to #179270 - hirollin (03/29/2015) [-]
birdman does.
User avatar #179335 to #179314 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Shhhhhh sleep now sweet prince, no tears only crying xoxox
User avatar #179274 to #179270 - marinepenguin (03/29/2015) [-]
He was actually just mentioning you because he added more info, and you had also responded, so he wanted you to see the comment for possible further help.
User avatar #179276 to #179274 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
I just understood everything and feel like a malfunctioning down syndrome walnut.
User avatar #179278 to #179276 - marinepenguin (03/29/2015) [-]
We all have those moments.
User avatar #179279 to #179278 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Thank you for trying to make me feel better about my mental inferiority.
#179254 to #179251 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Food, water, out of reach from the cats, in a warm place. You seem to have it covered.
#179255 to #179254 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Also, he just looks like an ordinary white budgie parakeet, you can find them at almost every pet store.
#179243 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Sooooooooo Advice board. I'm looking to get an STD test. I know I've got some stuff going on and I know I can get it all sorted out by going to one of those Planned Parenthood things. Thing is, I still live at home, parents control insurance, yadda yadda.
What do?
I could talk to my mom about it or something, or is it cheap enough to just suck it up and go pay out of pocket?
#179306 to #179243 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
I think tests are a couple hundred bucks. You could just pretend to be sick and say you're going to the doctors for something else. Doctors have to be private about things anyways, I don't think they could tell your parents even if they wanted to.
#179241 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
A friend of mine passed away a few weeks ago and even after I went to the funeral, memorial service, and stopped by to see his grave, I'm still having a hard time believing he's really gone. I know he's dead but for some reason I won't cry. It feels more like he's just on a long trip or something, like next week I'll see him again. I'll check my phone, looking for a text from him and then go "Oh yeah." and return to work like it was just an everyday mistake. The only time I've cried since he died was when I went to see his mother and how heartbroken she was. Is this normal?
User avatar #179363 to #179241 - iridium ONLINE (03/29/2015) [-]
Define "normal". We all cope in different ways, and no way is truly "the right way" or "the wrong way" I believe. I only cried twice in the days after my mother died of a sudden heart attack, my sister spent months grieving and even had to go to counselling, and I don't think either of these ways was an abnormal way of coping.

It may or may not hit you. For me it sort of gradually became reality, but never the "hit me really hard" outside of her funeral. For others it hits hard. It all depends.

In any case, sorry to hear about that man.
User avatar #179258 to #179241 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
It is going to hit you, and it is going to hurt a lot.
Please be prepared for it, I'm very very sorry for your loss.
Please try and seek professional help if you feel that you need grievance counselling, I would certainly recommend it if he was a close friend.
I wish you all the luck in the world, take care of yourself.
User avatar #179245 to #179241 - rossthomson (03/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, it's normal. I had the same when a friend of mine died too. Just try to be prepared when the gravity of the situation hits you hard.
User avatar #179242 to #179241 - abowlofkitkats (03/28/2015) [-]
I would assume you're just in shock about the whole thing. Getting so used to seeing somebody so often and then having them disappear from existence is a hard thing to understand for a while.
It will get easier eventually.
#179234 - haydentheviking (03/28/2015) [-]
I believe i have come to the conclusion i do not have that many friends, I mean i have friends that i see now and again but i dont have many friends that live near by or such that go "Hey Hayden wanna do something? or come to this maybe?" And everytime im with a certain group that i meet when i get the bus to college their like "Oh sorry Hayden we forgot to invite you" tthey forgot someone that some of them have known since fucking middle school    
feelsbadman.jpg   
being lonely sucks ass
I believe i have come to the conclusion i do not have that many friends, I mean i have friends that i see now and again but i dont have many friends that live near by or such that go "Hey Hayden wanna do something? or come to this maybe?" And everytime im with a certain group that i meet when i get the bus to college their like "Oh sorry Hayden we forgot to invite you" tthey forgot someone that some of them have known since fucking middle school
feelsbadman.jpg
being lonely sucks ass
User avatar #179280 to #179234 - durkadurka (03/29/2015) [-]
You gotta be the kind of person people want to involve in things. I'd suggest figuring out some fun and/or awesome stuff to do and invite people. But the trick is that you just stick to your plans and don't really care if people say no or flake. Does that make sense? People can join you on your endeavors but it doesn't really matter because you're going to be doing those things and enjoying yourself anyways.
User avatar #179281 to #179280 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
I try to be! But problem is tho is that i live in another village from everyone else people just assume i cant make it to things which is lame plus these days all everyone does is get pissed so planning something seems a tad pointless_
User avatar #179283 to #179281 - durkadurka (03/29/2015) [-]
I feel ya. You basically got to do it for you.
User avatar #179284 to #179283 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
I do like getting pissed sometimes but all the times just boring but then again it is a fun time..just hate the fact we need beer n shit to have a good time now
User avatar #179286 to #179284 - durkadurka (03/29/2015) [-]
Yeah I'm totally with ya on that. It seems like some people always gotta be drinking to enjoy themselves. Which, don't get me wrong, alcohol isn't something I'm against, I just like to be doing things or going places. The whole "sit in a room and drink" is only so interesting to me.
And to that end, I've been trying to organize a camping/hiking trip with some people. The thing is that I need people to commit so I can plan logistically, but people don't like doing that so they can back out if they so choose.

So it happens to everyone, and I plan to just find something else to do if it falls through. I used to care a lot if plans fell through but I've since gotten over that. It's totally possible to pull off.
User avatar #179287 to #179286 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
Yeah dude i feel you, I like going for adventures n shit..but thats normally by myself, I would love to be able to hike but i live in the east of england so, Dude im pretty much in the same scenario as you i dont mind drinking its fun sometimes but i could do so much more than sitting around drinking

Yeah ive gotten use to it too, bums me out but oh well
User avatar #179262 to #179234 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
How about instead of waiting for 'hey Hayden wanna do something?' You text the person you're looking to do something with. People 'forget' to invite people when they don't feel that there's a 50/50 effort being put in.
Try and be more confident and approach new people. If you don't know how, ask your friends to introduce you to their friends, and talk to them on facebook or something.
Even so, don't worry about it, there is always a time and place for friendship.
User avatar #179265 to #179262 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
I put loads of effort into going out dude if i cant get a lift from my village into town i walk over the fields that takes a hour
User avatar #179269 to #179265 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Well then make new friends, if they're not making an effort, and are doing things you don't want to do, don't waste time with them.
Don't bother with shit turds who make you feel crap.
Talk to new people. If they care they will pursue you if you stop talking to you.
Try being honest to them too, if you think it'd help.
User avatar #179271 to #179269 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
Aight i guess i might as well try, cheers for the advice womenexplain probs im a bloke so
User avatar #179264 to #179262 - haydentheviking (03/29/2015) [-]
Hears the thing i do text them if they want to do something and such but when i do it! its always the time when no one wants to do anything or "no cash" but when they wanna go out or wahtever i cant get there

Im not saying "wahhh im important blah blah notice me" i just wish that people that im mates with were more open to chilling istead of getting pissed all the time which is fun now and again but i just feel like we could do so much more than just waiting for the next party**
#179235 to #179234 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey Hayden, lets go bowling.

I'm pretty sure the bowling place that I live near is still open. Southwest Florida. You in that area?
#179236 to #179235 - haydentheviking (03/28/2015) [-]
Im from the UK in a village brah
#179239 to #179237 - haydentheviking (03/28/2015) [-]
Thanks anyway brah
Thanks anyway brah
User avatar #179231 - thisistheguy (03/28/2015) [-]
Anyone have any experience with traveling solo? Doing Prague and Budapest for about a week in a couple days before meeting back up with friends and I have zero experience traveling by myself.
User avatar #179263 to #179231 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
What exactly do you need advice for? Airports? Safety? Public transport? Food? Money?
User avatar #179380 to #179263 - thisistheguy (03/29/2015) [-]
I guess just the mentality of being on your own, not really worried about safety or money as long as I have a phone/passport/wallet I'm totally fine.
User avatar #179385 to #179380 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
You'll be fine if it's just a week, just think of it as an adventure. Hungary and Czechoslovakia are very friendly countries too, been to them both myself.
Just keep your valuables close to you, and if you get close search for any english speaker, go for train station staff, police, shop keepers etc.
You'll be fine, and I'm sure you'll really really enjoy it! Good luck! Life is all about the adventure!
User avatar #179250 to #179231 - unforgivenfive (03/28/2015) [-]
when I travel by myself I usually stick my headphones in my ears and people watch at the airports and stations. if you a more extroverted person I'd recommend talking to the locals of opposite sex to yours. if you are doing a mufti-stop trip make sure you know EXACTLY where you're going and that you don't miss your stop (I got off at the wrong spot in Jerusalem 2 years ago and was lost for about 3-4 hours in the middle of the night, until my sisters friend found me
User avatar #179215 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
>Be really good friends with this girl for well over a year now
>She breaks up with her boyfriend like 3 months ago
>Immediately after that we start talking
>This week she had been especially flirty
>We get lunch tuesday
>Went great
>Then she comes over to my house on Thursday
>We hook up
>Yesterday she invites me to her party
>I get there a little late
>She's hammered
>As soon as I see her I smile and go to give her a hug and she runs away
>alright...
>Go inside, catch up with everyone at the party
>A lot of my old friends I haven't seen in years are there
>Start playing pong
>get a few rounds in I'm pretty drunk at this point, though I'm still coherent, if needed I totally could drive (I know my limit)
>I notice I haven't seen girl I like in a while
>I see her walk in from outside dragging one of my friends by the hand
>They're hugging and flirting
>I grab my stuff, walk out, give her the finger, and drive to my best friend (who is also a girl) and chilled with her and her friend and this one other dude.
>After the dude left, we all layed down on my friends bed and chilled and talked
>Fell asleep
>Wake up to text "I'm sorry, I was so fucked up. Like you have no Idea. I honestly don't know what I was doing."
>Respond "Well, you blew it, you can try and fix this but you really fucked up"
User avatar #179275 to #179215 - durkadurka (03/29/2015) [-]
Good. You have standards and you're sticking to them. There's no reason to go crazy over some girl.
User avatar #179267 to #179215 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
If she's an irresponsible drunk, and does things she regrets with people, and doesn't have the mindset to prevent that, it's a bad idea.
Even at my drunkest, I have never hooked up with someone, I know what I do and don't want. Alcohol is a shitty reason for being stupid.
User avatar #179246 to #179215 - letting (03/28/2015) [-]
Nope, screw that, it's not worth it. Because she ran away from you, she knew she did wrong, and went with it anyway.

User avatar #179240 to #179215 - princesswhale (03/28/2015) [-]
Seriously, once a cheat always a cheat. Don't forgive her, she will only do it to you again. Alcohol really is not excuse.
User avatar #179249 to #179240 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
>cheat
there weren't dating dog
User avatar #179228 to #179215 - silverzepher (03/28/2015) [-]
hey people do shit while drunk.

A) did they hook up?
B)where you exclusive?
User avatar #179216 to #179215 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
How do I deal with this? I thought her and I really had something, this is the shittiest thing I've ever witnessed. I never thought someone could be such a cunt
User avatar #179221 to #179216 - focalanemo (03/28/2015) [-]
that's probably the alcohol that made her act like that.
It's fucking weird what that stuff can do to people.
User avatar #179225 to #179221 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
I can't even deal with people who can't handle their alcohol.
User avatar #179226 to #179225 - focalanemo (03/28/2015) [-]
Well you shouldn't then.
User avatar #179217 to #179216 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
sorry, but how is she being a cunt? you hooked up. that's it. she could've just needed someone to help her get over her breakup, not a relationship. sounds like you've got your standards a lil too high buddy
User avatar #179317 to #179217 - hirollin (03/29/2015) [-]
sometimes
some people think sex is somewhat important and meaningful

and not just two crotches repeatedly slamming into each other.
User avatar #179334 to #179317 - teoberry (03/29/2015) [-]
yeah i know that dumbfuck. but that doesn't mean it has to be meaningful. op was stupid enough to fuck a girl without knowing her intentions, and is now being an emotional bitch and a cunt to her when he realized she didnt wanna date him.
User avatar #179227 to #179217 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
Why can't I thumb this up? I thumbed it twice now, went to vidya game board, come back here to see anything new, and I see this still has 1 thumb. I look at the votes and my thumb isn't there. What gives?

I agree with you though. Especially with a response he sent back to her, "Well, you blew it, you can try and fix this but you really fucked up". Like that just makes him sound like some elitist. I would have just ignored her for later. Plus dude gets mad she went off with another guy, when they aren't even together, so he leaves and goes off with his other friend just like she went off with another guy. Plus she was hammered. If he can't deal with people that don't know their limit then he shouldn't in the first place like focal said.
User avatar #179230 to #179227 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
thumbban if those still exist?

anyways yeah, i came off like a dick (lul), but you can't get mad at someone who you're not dating for hooking up with someone else. if he knew that she didn't want a relationship, he shouldn't have hooked up with her
User avatar #179232 to #179230 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
It's pretty uncommon if I thumb people up, so I don't think it's a thumb ban.

I wasn't calling you a dick. Was just agreeing that maybe he thought something was going to happen when nothing was going to happen.
User avatar #179233 to #179232 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
yeah i know, im just saying in general i was a bit of a dick
User avatar #179218 to #179217 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
I'm sorry but leading someone on is being a cunt. I told her my intentions well before we hooked up, I told her I've changed a lot and I'm past all that hookup shit.
User avatar #179219 to #179218 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
how's she leading you on dawg? if she never expressed intentions for a relationship or whatever dumb shit you want then she never did. not her fault you misinterpreted a hookup. if you're past the hookup shit why did you do it?
User avatar #179220 to #179219 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
Because it was supposed to lead too a relationship. Why would she still hookup with me if I wanted to date her and she knew this? Then why would she invite me to a party, where she told me we were gonna get together, where I was planning to ask her out, and then just blow it right in front of me. That's leading someone on. THEN Why would she text me the next morning and fucking apologize, and ball her eyes out in front of everyone who slept over.

User avatar #179222 to #179220 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
according to who dude? judging by the way you're acting, she probably still hooked up with you bc you would've gotten all autistic, like you are now, about it. just accept the fact the fact that she doesn't want a relationship. man if getting invited to a party means someones into you then i'd be gay considering how many of my friends have parties. you need to chill, she's not even being a cunt, she's not purposely leading you on, this is all in your head.
User avatar #179223 to #179222 - trolljunkusa (03/28/2015) [-]
You're literally ignoring everything I'm saying
User avatar #179224 to #179223 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
no im not dawg. the only one ignoring anything/being ignorant is you. she doesn't have to date you, you can't force that. count your blessings that she even let you hook up with her. i don't think she ever had intentions to date you, if you're gonna call her a cunt for "leading you on" (doubtful), and for a drunk hookup, you're fucked
User avatar #179247 to #179224 - marinepenguin (03/28/2015) [-]
I agree with trolljunkusa. He voiced his intentions pretty clearly from the looks of it. If she didn't want the same things, she should have said so. She led him on with her not voicing her own feelings. If she had straight up told him, "we're not dating, and we're not exclusive" that would have changed the entire situation. But she didn't. I'd be doing the same thing in his situation.
User avatar #179248 to #179247 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
Well we don't know WHAT she said, that was left out. OP's just as much at fault for going in assuming there's a relationship there without figuring it out first. It can kind of be compared to "shoot first, ask questions later", cuz he fucked her before figuring out/asking her intentions. Most of the time people just assume that a hookup's a hookup, so idk, i think it's trolljunks fault for going in headfirst.
User avatar #179252 to #179248 - marinepenguin (03/28/2015) [-]
I do agree to an extent. But he did his part, he voiced his opinions and what he wanted. Obviously we don't know everything. But from what Hes told us, most of the blame was on her not communicating. But you are right about him going in headfirst without making sure she was playing ball.
User avatar #179253 to #179252 - teoberry (03/28/2015) [-]
yeah word, it is kind of a cock move for her not to say anything back about his feelings, but he still brought this on himself by hooking up
User avatar #179212 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
I have shitty memory. I was thinking about something, but got distracted and now I forgot what I was thinking about. Should I work on my memory or my focus more?
User avatar #179272 to #179212 - womanexplain (03/29/2015) [-]
Try and use memory techniques, relate items to memory, set alarms, write things down.
User avatar #179214 to #179212 - horsehat (03/28/2015) [-]
both I guess
#179213 to #179212 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Focus. Most everybody has those moments of forgetfulness.
#179202 - samoaspider (03/28/2015) [-]
Can anyone translate that word for me?
User avatar #179211 to #179202 - icefried (03/28/2015) [-]
it's read as "lihovglaz", but i don't know the meaning of the word and neither does google translate.
User avatar #179203 to #179202 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
"a nu cheeki breeki"
User avatar #179199 - rereviven (03/28/2015) [-]
I got this job a few months ago, and every single day the manager has something rude to say to me, and only me, every single day. Whenever i pass him or see him he will say something like "ok fix your acne kid seriously what are you doing?" or "ok you say hello not how are you doing what are you doing?" (ending every single sentence with "What are you doing"). He will also just sit up there and stare at me, at which i will tense up and shake (anxiety problems, yo). He doesn't do any of this to anyone else.

Oh, and to make matters worse he is an obese 60 year old man who has the voice of a 13 year old girl and wears pink every day.

So i dunno, Im probably gonna quit. It's too the point where he will stand by me and I'll tense up and start shaking (as i too have problems with anxiety). Probs just more of a rant but what ev
User avatar #179229 to #179199 - silverzepher (03/28/2015) [-]
go to a higher up, say that he is singling you out, and that you will need to resign your position if the problem can not be worked through
#179210 to #179199 - tikitaco (03/28/2015) [-]
I used to have a boss like this, and I kind of feel like he's trying the same thing in the situation as the pic related. Picture related: Chef Jamie Brooks lost 21 stone after being texted fat every day for six weeks. Obviously though his efforts aren't having the same effect and you are completely discouraged... or he's just a massive douche, your call.
#179208 to #179199 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Pretty much what the bottom comment said. He's probably trying to make you quit so he doesn't have to fire you. (If you quit you don't get severance pay and other nice stuff) You can just go to HR and fill out complaints. You can log everything he says and turn it in day after day. Eventually he'll get fired if his behavior doesn't change. HR is a pretty boring place, they'll pay attention to this. Specially if you inform them of thoughts of hireing a harrasment lawyer. That will really get their attention.
User avatar #179209 to #179208 - rereviven (03/28/2015) [-]
severance pay?

The problem is that it isn't stuff that one might think were rude. Like, it took me like 3 weeks before i realized he was just being an ass. He'll be like "Oh tuck you shirt in what are you doing ok you gotta get with it ok geez" or "There are so many carts outside what are you doing" (as I was told to always wait for someone to tell me to go get carts, but now it is my fault for obeying that)
#179319 to #179209 - anon (03/29/2015) [-]
Just talk with HR about it. That is literally their job to fix situations like this.
User avatar #179201 to #179199 - amonahan ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
Okay here what to do, I got 2 options for you 1) = You want to keep the job and 2) = You're done and are just gunna quit
1) *After he does this to you again* You respond with "This is harassment and I don't have to deal with this. You hired me to do a job, I'm here to do a job. Let me do my job in piece." If he continues get some other coworkers or some form of recording so that you have something to take to the authorities. That way he will either stop or you have incriminating evidence to sue his ass for everything he's got. Win win for you.

2) Say this "I'm tired of your shit. Fuck you, you fat fucking fuck. I quit." (Note this method means you don't get a reference afterwards)
Or you can just resign with notice saying "I'm resigning due to harassment in the work place from (Insert managers name here)."
User avatar #179200 to #179199 - rereviven (03/28/2015) [-]
Oh, and he got mad for not saying "happy birthday" to him
User avatar #179189 - ishallsmiteyou (03/28/2015) [-]
My so called "friend" just gets everything handed to him, I can guarantee you he hasn't worked for a single thing in his entire life. I wouldn't mind so much if he wasn't such an arrogant prick about it. Nothing you say to him is taken seriously, so how the fuck to I get the message across to him that he's a monumental asshole and I wouldn't mind seeing him thrown into a wood chipper?
User avatar #179204 to #179189 - amonahan ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
My advice? Ditch him as a friend. The only way he'll understand is if he has to work in the mud and get his hands dirty. Until then he'll never understand what it's like to have to work for something.
#179195 to #179189 - flufflepuff (03/28/2015) [-]
The ultimate way to let him know that for sure is to actually throw him in the wood chipper.


But if you don't want to actually kill him, i'd cut him out of your life. Assholes only stop being assholes when they find out they're alone in the world. If you, and every other friend he has abandons him, he'll have nowhere left to turn...and hell, maybe he'll change. After all, he will have to do some work if nobody is around to hand him anything.
User avatar #179192 to #179189 - delphine (03/28/2015) [-]
Then just don't associate with him anymore if he bothers you that much.
#179190 to #179189 - confusedasian (03/28/2015) [-]
I think the better question is, why aren't you just ignoring him? Just tell him to go eat a bag of dicks and you don't want to see him or talk to him anymore. Then as loud as you can, play the song I linked and moonwalk away from him.
Castlevania Bloodlines - Stage 4 [Genesis] Music I think the better question is, why aren't you just ignoring him? Just tell him to go eat a bag of dicks and you don't want to see him or talk to him anymore. Then as loud as you can, play the song I linked and moonwalk away from him.
#179187 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
I'm seriously considering cutting my friend out of my life for good.

A short version of the story; she's been under a lot of stress lately because she's had to pay for college herself and she's been taking her aggravation out on me. She brings up a lot of unnecessary, sore subjects about me just to make herself feel better about her own situation. But from what I know, she's been acting like this with everyone, not only me. I believe I'm the only one of her friends who still talk to her. I tried calling her last nigh but she's ignoring me. I'm usually a pretty level headed person but I've reached my limit.

Should I stop talking to her like everyone else? Or stick with her seeing as I might be her only friend left?
User avatar #179205 to #179187 - amonahan ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
Tell her how you're feeling, that she's being a bitch but that you understand that she's only doing it because she needs to vent. Tell her that she needs to find a better place to vent her anger than getting mad with her friends. But don't ditch her as a friend. The worst thing when your life is crumbling is to have your friends leave. But make it known whats going on and how youre feeling.
User avatar #179193 to #179187 - delphine (03/28/2015) [-]
Maybe just step back a little bit. Wait for her to come to you. Also find a time when she's in a better mood to let her know what's been on your mind lately. She may not even know she's doing it.
User avatar #179185 - mondominiman (03/28/2015) [-]
Whats there to do in vegas? I'm gonna be going on a weekend trip and I don't know what there is to do? I know the place is a heaven for gamblers but I find gambling boring as fuck so i wanted to know other shit I can attend like shows or famous spots.
User avatar #179197 to #179185 - youngneil ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
Tons of shows and general sight seeing things. Tournament of Kings is pretty neat, so is Shark Reef think that's what it's called
Only two things I can name at the moment, but there is a metric shitload more stuff than that.
#179188 to #179185 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
There are a lot of side shows, like magicians you could see.
User avatar #179180 - ScottP (03/28/2015) [-]
What are some popular tv shows that college students watch? Or just popular things with college students?
#179183 to #179180 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Big bang theory.
User avatar #179182 to #179180 - sugoi (03/28/2015) [-]
Game of Thrones.
User avatar #179176 - comandante (03/28/2015) [-]
Need medical advice. I have had painful abdomen pain on the right side every other day or so, since last saturday It is usually lasts around and hour or 2, then leaves. The other day, it really hurt, bad. I believe it is an ulcer, and i have been taking an acid suppressor to stop the pain at night. I am keeping my diet very easy and simple. Anyone else think it could be an ulcer? Don't think it is an appendix rupture, i would not be typing this if it was.
User avatar #179206 to #179176 - amonahan ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
Your appendix gets swollen BEFORE it explodes. I had my appendix removed simply because it was very swollen (caused SHIT TONS of pain in my side). It was a risk of "it probably won't, but it might blow, let's err on the side of caution." If you're under 30 it's probably just a swollen appendix.
#179198 to #179176 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
CANCER CANCER CANCER
User avatar #179194 to #179176 - delphine (03/28/2015) [-]
FJ is not doctor and cannot give you medical advice. Go see a doctor.
#179184 to #179176 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
You're going to die.
#179175 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
Looking to create some sort of gaming website, anyone have any ideas that I could use?
User avatar #179169 - derpityhurr (03/28/2015) [-]
Does your number of extra-curricular activities in high school really affect your chance to get into university?
User avatar #179207 to #179169 - amonahan ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
You're grades are the most important I'd say. But joining a club or something couldn't HURT your chances. Why not? You may even have fun.
User avatar #179181 to #179169 - ScottP (03/28/2015) [-]
I really didn't do anything in high-school. Then in senior year, I joined like 5 clubs, wrote an essay, and got into a good university. I didn't do anything in those clubs after submissions for applications.

I also wasn't really anything special in terms of grades.
User avatar #179177 to #179169 - mahnamesjakers ONLINE (03/28/2015) [-]
Current HS senior here, having the extra-curriculars could help your chances of getting in, but most likely will not hurt your chances. The only situation I could think of that it would hurt you is if it was between you and another applicant with very similar grades, SAT's, etc that had extracurricular activities in addition. However that's highly improbable and likely wouldn't affect anything.

On the other hand I found out that sometimes extracurriculars can lead to better scholarships from private institutions. Two of the colleges I applied to said that they were impressed to see that I was captain of a sport (my high school's joke of a swim team) and so they gave me more money than they would have. My advice to you if you don't have many is to try and milk as many things as you can no matter how insignificant they may seem. For example, I wrote on my college applications that I did well at the science fair 9th and 10th grade even though no one cares; I figured it couldn't hurt.
#179173 to #179169 - anon (03/28/2015) [-]
It looks better on a college application. But other than that, no not really.
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