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User avatar #149800 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
so i got a fresh new windows 7 installed on my system and it's starting to lag a lot. Any advice?
User avatar #149802 to #149800 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
false alarm guys. i fixed it
User avatar #149789 - ilikethisusername ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
what is the best skill i can learn?

i wanna go into business. i like communicating with people, i love competition, and i'm really creative.

can you guys give me some ideas on which skill to develop? i can't find it on my own so i'll need help.
User avatar #149819 to #149789 - substitutexplain (08/14/2014) [-]
Learn how to act, and learn basic people skills.
You will see benefits up the ass.
#149814 to #149789 - minutes (08/14/2014) [-]
Improvising is hella important. If you are very good at it, you can basically get out of every situation life tosses you into.
User avatar #149790 to #149789 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
public speaking
User avatar #149791 to #149790 - ilikethisusername ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
holy shit i know what you mean, but like...i don't have that much courage though.......you know what maybe you're right though. i'll try it out.
User avatar #149799 to #149791 - delphine (08/14/2014) [-]
Or get involved in theatre. It might seem weird, but it totally helped me overcome my public speaking phobia.
User avatar #149801 to #149799 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
all my confidence comes from the fact that i used to dance.
User avatar #149797 to #149791 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
do confidence building exercises. Talk to yourself in the mirror. Do other shi tat you think a normal sane person would not do.

Alternatively start lifting, best ego boost a man can get.
#149713 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
what are some questions I can expect when going to a job interview
what are some questions I can expect when going to a job interview
User avatar #149792 to #149713 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
what are you applying for?
User avatar #149793 to #149792 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
stocking at a supermarket
User avatar #149794 to #149793 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
well then i don' think the question will be tough or unique. They will ask you cliched and boring question. Most common one is what led you to pursue this career. Which is basically them asking Nigga we can't believe you doin this fo us but damn nigga why you gotta be like this.
User avatar #149795 to #149794 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
I need a job, the store is hiring and is close by
User avatar #149796 to #149795 - hsm (08/14/2014) [-]
good luck mate. Just be confident and all out there. They need to see you are someone who can deal with people.
User avatar #149762 to #149713 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
dont rly know since ive never been to an actual interview
but be confident nigga
User avatar #149763 to #149762 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
do u hav job?
User avatar #149764 to #149763 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
i referee and i worked at stampede but im waiting for booster juice senpai to respond
User avatar #149765 to #149764 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
booster juice sounds like a fun job
User avatar #149766 to #149765 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
fuck ya. its right near my house, usually empty, and i can just make myself drinks whenever
User avatar #149768 to #149766 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Closest spots for me are
Timmies ( lol fuck that, I can't get a job there. I'm not asian or indian.)

User avatar #149769 to #149768 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
Safeway didn't respond but i might try starbucks. besides that and jugo juice i have no places. maybe macs but rents dont want me to since it gets robbed quite a bit, plus i dont think im old enough to handle tobacco
User avatar #149770 to #149769 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Starbucks didnt reply to me even though the guy there is bestfriends with me.
I even listed that he referred me ;-;
User avatar #149771 to #149770 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
I have no referrels since fucking EVERYONE is an Asian. Might try a starbucks a bit farther away on university campus since my sister worked there
User avatar #149773 to #149771 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
gl with that starbucks
User avatar #149774 to #149773 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
thanks bae <3
User avatar #149775 to #149774 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #149772 to #149771 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
ur fucked if you ain't foreign
I don't even get it tho

They don't get fucking paid less
They're worse workers too if they can't even speak engrish
User avatar #149776 to #149772 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
same here. like iirc mcdicks got in shit a while back for hiring illegals. youd think theyd learn to hire whites
User avatar #149779 to #149776 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
I hate it when I go to McDicks and I can't even order because I can't understand the cashier.

hopefully I get in safeway
i go everyday p much.
User avatar #149781 to #149779 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
safeway would be chill as shit. i think my mum knows one of the cashiers there, might ask her to come thru. also subways the worst for foreigners. half the time i just point to the topping because they're retarded
User avatar #149782 to #149781 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Hhaha fuck subway so much.

My friend knows one of the elderly cashiers there. hes a legend.
Might ask his parents to get me in.
The manager is white too lmfao
User avatar #149783 to #149782 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
at subway or safeway? either way whites are a surprise kek
User avatar #149784 to #149783 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #149785 to #149784 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
oh sweet do it. safeway would be a sick job
User avatar #149787 to #149785 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
gtg gn
User avatar #149788 to #149787 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #149786 to #149785 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
everyone is so nice there too
User avatar #149727 to #149713 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
What would you do if another employee was doing the job wrong?
What are 3 of your worst qualities? (For the love of god, under no circumstance should you be honest when answering this)
Which Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle is your favourite?
User avatar #149744 to #149727 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
try to correct them?
um...three?...I dunno, I can be shy, what should I say?
Michaelangelo obviously
User avatar #149745 to #149744 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
I'm not sure what the right answer is, but I'd go with politely ask if they're sure they know what they're doing, correct them if they allow it and talk to a superior about it later if they don't.
Generic not really bad things like "Sometimes I I work too hard" or "I'm so afraid of being late that I always get to my destination 20 minutes early and wait somewhere close by for it to be time."
You would never get a job because that is literally the worst of the four possible answers.
User avatar #149746 to #149745 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
ask if they need help, got it
those...those just sound like bullshit
Donatello was gonna be my second choice if that means anything
User avatar #149748 to #149746 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
also it's 12:40am and you have a job interview today
User avatar #149747 to #149746 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Of course they sound like bullshit. 40% of job interview stuff is bullshit.
Putting best turtle second is just plain wrong.
User avatar #149749 to #149747 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
I think I would be too nervous to say an answer that reeks of that much bullshit
User avatar #149750 to #149749 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
If you suggest that Donatello is not the best turtle one more time, I will hire a professional to find and murder you.
User avatar #149751 to #149750 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
I mean't the flaws thing
I almost said Donny because I really started to like him lately
but Mikey was always my favorite as a kid
User avatar #149753 to #149751 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
If you want a job where you have no connections you must learn to eat, sleep, and breath bullshit.
It's okay to have liked the worst turtle as a child, but part of being a responsible, mature adult is accepting that Donatello is the cream of the ninja turtle crop.
User avatar #149754 to #149753 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
I don't feel comfortable with that
User avatar #149755 to #149754 - alexanderburns ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Then you must bullshit that you are comfortable with the bullshit.
User avatar #149714 to #149713 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
also what are good strengths ._.
User avatar #149720 to #149714 - nigalthornberry (08/14/2014) [-]

Also the first thing you will probably do is give him a handshake, if his feels inadequate do not work for him since thats a sign of bad character. Then he'll ask you about previous work and what the challenges of working there were then what you expect from working at his store and how you will resolve issues
User avatar #149723 to #149720 - princessren (08/14/2014) [-]
I have never had a job before ._.
User avatar #149710 - mendelevium ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
So I have had thoughts for awhile like this, basically my whole life. I've never told anyone that I think like this for fear of being an outcast or a weirdo.

But lets start with a brief introduction to me.

I'm above average height; above average looks; above average fitness; very social; I'm charismatic; I have no mental illnesses that I know of; I'm white, blue eyed,

above average wealth and intelligence; above average at everything from musical talent to foot size. And my name is Alexander.

So far your looking at a very narcissistic person. I'm just giving you what I hear and see, not what I say about myself.
But I have odd habits. I do things that are weird, but you can't really tell I'm doing em, hell I didn't know until a few years ago. But I do this thing where I...

Well lets do an example.

When I was in elementary school, about 4th grade I made friends easily, I wasn't shy, got around a lot and made good company, but our friendships weren't really like
friendships... My friends would save me spots in front of the line, show me cool thing on the playground, show me cool tricks they could do. Not very odd, no. But it
was all the time, and I always walked in front, they always asked what games we could play, and teachers caught on, and watched me. If I was caught doing something bad they would make my punishment more severe. I had the most friends, and soon enough it looks like I was the leader. But I didn't see it like that, they're my friends. But they acted different around me, I couldn't tell at the time but as I got older I saw when I walked into a conversation I saw they got stiffer, more alert, eye contact was heavy or none existent. And in 4th grade their was a girl I liked, I wanted to get her attention, but I told one of my closer friends I liked her. He accidentally told her, and I found out. I was angry like any 4th grader would be,
User avatar #149711 to #149710 - mendelevium ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
I yelled at him in the park with all our friends around and instead of him laughing and yelling back like I had seen other kids do... He got on his knees, cried, and begged for forgiveness. I dismissed it as weird and chopped it up to him just being lame. But I picked him up, looked him in the eyes with everyone around me, and walked away. He didn't talk to me for weeks but always followed close, like before. That is the first time I remember something happening like that.

As I grew older I realized what I was. People, friends, some distant family even... Didn't act they way I saw others act to each other, or in movies or anything. At the age of 10 I started reading into Greek philosophers, (Socrates, Plato, Aristotle. The popular ones) keep in mind here I was not, and still am not any kind of genius, I just was interested in it. Then I started reading into Alexander the great, Sun Tzu, and my favorite book to this day is "The Art of War". At the age of 12 I had seen enough war movies and chick flicks to realize how I was being treated. I was no friend, to my "friends". I was a leader. I'm never mean, never judgmental, never go out of my way to be in charge. It just happens. My friends look up to me, ask me what to do... come at me with asking for advice, try to impress me... I never asked to be like that. But it is how it is. After awhile I studied politics, leaders, ect. Started looking into the knicks and cracks in ancient and current governments. Why they fall, why they rise. Relate it to my surroundings. When I turned 14 people caught on. My friends either rebellious, or smarter realized I wasn't a friend, I was a commander almost with how they treated me. They blamed me for that, and I lost 2 friends because of it. But I realized what I needed to do in order to continue our friendships without being questioned. But lets fast forward to now.

User avatar #149712 to #149711 - mendelevium ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
I have never told anyone, any of this. But my whole life I have been leading people, learning to conquer, I think of myself as an Alpha male, and I look like one almost as well. Weither it be in my life as friends, or in video games like Arma 3, minecraft, payday, any game where people are found. I find myself leading the biggest raids, the largest armies, the strongest heists...

But this isn't normal, I know that now. But I need to know if I'm crazy, I don't think I am... But I might be crazy... Not because of how I take leadership roles...

but because of something I think...

I honestly, and full heartily believe... that should I try... I would conquer not and lead the world one day... and at first it scared me to think like that. I didn't want to be that crazy villain in every movie ever who hurts people to get what he wants. But I realized I don't have to hurt anyone to rise to the top, I have done it so many times over. I don't know how, or why, or even if I can rule the world. But I started thirsting for power when I first played multiplayer games and no one knew me, I started thirsting for power in a room where no one knew who I was. I wanted to have people listen to me. Want to be with me, think of me as their leader.

And that's totally fucking crazy in every single way possible. But it has happened so many times, it's almost not normal to lead... I need to know if I'm crazy.

I've never told anyone this before in my life. But I honestly believe I can one day be, Alexander the Great.
User avatar #149826 to #149712 - scandinavianpedo (08/14/2014) [-]
hm, here is the thing. normal people can be easy to get to follow you.
i have done it a few times myself, my word is dominant.
what i say is truth for most of my friends, even trough they all dissegree, but my word is always final.

anyway, if you want to take over the world you have to convert people like yourself,
and that's not easy.
you literally have to be the worlds best leader, aka, better then hitler and staling combined, and i doubt you are.

last but not least, why?
so much responsibility, and so much risk.
you will most likely get killed by someone during your rule, and for what?...
User avatar #149887 to #149826 - mendelevium ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Why does anyone do anything?
For power, money, ect.
I'm no hero, I have no intention to be a hero. But I want my name written down in history as the man who banded every nation under one flag.
#149807 to #149712 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
Oh look, a future politician.
User avatar #149734 to #149712 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
Sounds like an interesting concept. I've been more of a leader in the idea that everyone would do something, look at me and expect me to follow, and then I'd refuse and go a different path. Then I would find that many people followed the same path I did. I didn't attempt to lead or control, but others respected my decisions and followed them as well. Your situations seems much more severe. Join the military, get into politics, make a difference. If what you are saying is true and you aren't just railing off random shit to feel good about yourself then you have a chance to do things many people don't. You have a natural ability to control and persuade with just your presence. Use it wisely, and for good. Or else you'll become another villain in the history books.
User avatar #149888 to #149734 - mendelevium ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
It's hard to use anything for good and also use it wisely. When you get in a position of power you realize how easy it is to screw one or two people over to jump up a spot without having to worry about the honor part or the respect. I've done it a few times in my game play, never to one of my real friends though.
User avatar #149732 to #149712 - youngneil ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
Congrats, Hitler. Get to conquering.
But seriously, without connections and fat loads of cash, you aren't gonna be conquering very much. Maybe you could be a successful drug dealer.
#149728 to #149712 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
A bully?   
Assert yourself into power, just like Hitler and Stalin.
A bully?

Assert yourself into power, just like Hitler and Stalin.
User avatar #149716 to #149712 - awesomerninjathing (08/14/2014) [-]
dead? hopefully, yeah
#149709 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
I need some advice on how to get this girl to like me.

I just started high school yesterday, and I (kinda) met this girl that I immediately had a crush on? She's pretty darn cute, not like the sluts that my school's full of. The thing is, I don't know how to start a conversation with her, how to get her to like me, whether she'll like me or not, and shit like that. I also saw her talking to a couple of guys pretty closely, so there's a possibility she already has a bf. I dunno. Help and advice would be appreciated.
User avatar #149757 to #149709 - ainsley (08/14/2014) [-]
First things first, i'm the realest
You need to have confidence without being cocky.
Yea, I know easier said than done. Even if you don't have confidence, don't let her know that you don't. Fake it.
Girls are like vicious animals - they can smell your fear... well, mostly your nervous sweating, but same thing.
Don't be a beta when you talk to her. Have a clear plan to start the conversation. If you spend all day thinking about talking to her but don't think of something to say, here's what's going to happen:
> walk up to her awkwardly
> "h-hi anon, h-how are y-you doing?"
> "uhhh... good."
> she starts looking nervous
> thinks get awkward
> "heh, nice talk"
> walk away as spaghetti falls out of pockets
Prepare. If you want to get her interested, don't overthink it and be scared. Take a shower and look nice. Most girls don't want a walking dumpster.
As for approaching her and your body language,
smile and make eye contact.
But don't stare at her with a creepy rapist crooked smirk. Keep it nonchalant. Give her some compliments. "Hey anon, I like your shirt" or "Hey anon, you like nice today" can go a long way, you don't know how often she's complimented like that.
If you manage to strike up a conversation, ask her questions to find out things about her. Find her hobbies and interests. It's as simple as asking how her day is going.
Once you've broken the ice, give it some time. Start joking around with her in class. After a bit of time when you can talk to her without being nervous, ask her to hang out or get her phone number. Start texting her. Don't go overboard on emoji's.
Once you guys have been friendly and texting for a bit, start being flirty. Ask her to school events.
"Hey anon, are you going to football game?"
"Yea! Are you?"
"Yea, wanna meet up and sit together?"
"Yea, maybe I can suck your dick afterwards. that sounds like fun!"
Remember, confidence and hygiene is the key. Don't be awkward. Good luck lil nigga.
#149731 to #149709 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
Talk to her.
Introduce yourself to her.
Use key things in your situation to strike up a conversation.

Start off as only trying to get her to be your friend, and if things are meant to be, then it will sprout from there.
#149733 to #149731 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
Define "meant to be"
#149736 to #149733 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
If you both start to get to know each other well, and like each other.
If everything falls into place.
User avatar #149721 to #149709 - nigalthornberry (08/14/2014) [-]
Ask her how her day is sometime
#149722 to #149721 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
Just out of nowhere? Isnt that a bit... weird?
User avatar #149735 to #149722 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
Depends on how you go about it. And when you are in the beginning of High School, randomly picking a conversation with a girl you don't really know is considered creepy. Find an opportunity to talk to her where conversation wouldn't be weird. Like if you are next to her and people are blocking the hall then you could make a joke about how people need to get out of the way. Do something to break the ice so to speak. Then everything after that is warranted conversation because you are acquaintances.
#149737 to #149735 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
I share 1 class, which is gym, so that might be tough.
User avatar #149738 to #149737 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
I think gym class is perfect, you could happen to play each other, or be paired up, or put on similar teams. You'll think of something, just don't hesitate to try to talk to her. Better to go through with it and get denied then to regret never talking to her at all.
#149740 to #149738 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
She's also like, a weeaboo and kind of shy, but peppy at the same time? Any chance you know what those kinds of girls look for in guys.
User avatar #149761 to #149740 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/14/2014) [-]
don't try to mold yourself into what you think she wants. Just be yourself. If you're also into anime talk to her about it, or if you're not tell her you found a new anime and want someone to watch it with?
User avatar #149741 to #149740 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
If she is a bit more shy, then don't be TOO intrusive. Overconfidence would probably turn her off to you. I'd just keep it light and friendly, see if she smiles, glances away a lot, holds eye contact longer, touches her hair, fiddles with her hands, you can use those to see if she is interested in you or not. Maybe bring up something she likes, since you know she's a weeaboo.
#149742 to #149741 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
Anything else? I need all the help I can get.
User avatar #149743 to #149742 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
I can't really help you out a whole lot there. I don't know the girl, don't know what she likes, what she does, how she acts. Lot of variables go into it.

But you shouldn't have to worry too much. Just go up to her and strike up conversation when the opportunity presents itself. I don't have to tell you what to say or do, just do you and you should be fine. After a while getting girls to like you is easy.
#149895 to #149743 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
Turns out she likes someone else (probably). Time to move one?
User avatar #149896 to #149895 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
What do you mean probably?
#149897 to #149896 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
"Somebody told me" -The Killers. Rumors probably. I think she likes my friend?
User avatar #149898 to #149897 - marinepenguin (08/14/2014) [-]
Don't let it stop ya. You can still talk to her. You are rationalizing why you shouldn't talk to her. Get your bitch head out of your ass and talk to that cute girl. Don't think, just do.
#149739 to #149738 - holymackarel (08/14/2014) [-]
Good point. Thanks
User avatar #149726 to #149722 - nigalthornberry (08/14/2014) [-]
Not really
User avatar #149708 - brackgrapple (08/14/2014) [-]
Any of you ever have really bad dandruff problems?
User avatar #149752 to #149708 - misticalz ONLINE (08/14/2014) [-]
no but try ultrablue
User avatar #149756 to #149752 - ultrablue (08/14/2014) [-]
Stop mentioning me in relation to hair products
User avatar #149767 to #149756 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
should we mention you in relation to shit music?
User avatar #149777 to #149767 - ultrablue (08/14/2014) [-]
Nah, we save that distinction for you, honey
User avatar #149778 to #149777 - teoberry (08/14/2014) [-]
brb cutting myself
#149730 to #149708 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
#149706 - amnitioe (08/14/2014) [-]
I really need some help guys..

I've got a couple of friends living close to me, and we've been bros since childhood (im 16 now). Recently i think they've started to avoid me when going too parties/camping etc. I think it might be because i get really fucked up sometimes, but hell do i know. I really cant figure out the problem. They hang out with me on a regular basis, and i dont see the problem.. They laugh, i laugh, you know. And i dont think im too ugly, i cant tell for sure doe.. At least ive got some hot chicks telling me otherwise.

I've thought about getting some new friends, but i have recently noticed i dont adapt very well.. I was like the coolest kid when i was younger, but now.. Not so much. I dont know what could have triggered it, but i have obviously gotten worse self esteem. Fucking hell.

Anyone got any advice?
User avatar #149758 to #149706 - ainsley (08/14/2014) [-]
Don't be afraid to ask them if you're doing something wrong that's bugging them.
I did that with a friend who was upset with how cruel my jokes were. I always thought that she was okay with the jokes. She understood that I didn't mean them in a cruel way but said that they still hurt.
I stopped with the mean jokes and things are all back to normal.

Just see what you can do to fix the situation. If they're close friends, they shouldn't be afraid to tell you if something you're doing is annoying them or etc.
#149729 to #149706 - anonymous (08/14/2014) [-]
It's somewhat part of growing up. The greatest friends I had in my childhood are somewhat distant to me now. Not because of our differences in opinions and such, but simply because we just don't have much time to hang out or talk.

Find a way to throw yourself out into more social situations, find some new friends, and most importantly just be your complete self.
#149798 to #149729 - amnitioe (08/14/2014) [-]
Thanks for good advice guys! Appreciate it.
User avatar #149694 - jonajon (08/13/2014) [-]
Anyone know the name of this webcomic I have forgotten about?

It's very gaming related, three main characters, I thin they open a game shop together. One girl that wears a pink hoodie with a giant zip (just the art style) and two guys, one pretty lame and the other less lame.

It's the same comic that the well known reaction picture comes from, It's one of the guys going 'pffffffffffffft' in reaction to the other guy saying he wants to be metal.
#149695 to #149694 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
VG Cats?
User avatar #149699 to #149695 - jonajon (08/13/2014) [-]
Fanboys online. Got it.
User avatar #149697 to #149695 - jonajon (08/13/2014) [-]
hmm, nope
#149678 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
so i could use some help, i wanna know if im just being paranoid or if i have genuine worry   
&gt;have qt gf   
&gt;been dating for quite a while now   
&gt;lives far away from me   
&gt;awkward and stuff, can relate to her   
&gt;goes into college and is already doing good, developing a social life   
&gt;this guy has made friends with her   
&gt;tfw gf talks about him to me all the fucking time and says shit like &quot;omg i leant him my hoodie today&quot; &quot;hes so tall omg&quot; &quot;he reminds me of you, you have the same eyes as him&quot;   
&gt;tfw admit im insecure and she says its okay and promises she wont leave me for him   
&gt;feel pain every day as if it has already happening... spend all night writhing in bed trying to sleep but having massive anxiety attacks because i know the inevitable is coming   
&gt;gets out of class at 3pm... but never even comes online until or 6pm   
I love her to death but should i dump her before i am the one getting hurt   
what the fuck do i do?   
she is woman   
pretty obvious i cant trust her    
plus ive been fucked over in literally every relationship ive had and i dont know if i can take yet another betrayal...   
she could be lying to me   
you cant trust anyone in this day and age   
so i could use some help, i wanna know if im just being paranoid or if i have genuine worry
>have qt gf
>been dating for quite a while now
>lives far away from me
>awkward and stuff, can relate to her
>goes into college and is already doing good, developing a social life
>this guy has made friends with her
>tfw gf talks about him to me all the fucking time and says shit like "omg i leant him my hoodie today" "hes so tall omg" "he reminds me of you, you have the same eyes as him"
>tfw admit im insecure and she says its okay and promises she wont leave me for him
>feel pain every day as if it has already happening... spend all night writhing in bed trying to sleep but having massive anxiety attacks because i know the inevitable is coming
>gets out of class at 3pm... but never even comes online until or 6pm

I love her to death but should i dump her before i am the one getting hurt
what the fuck do i do?

she is woman
pretty obvious i cant trust her
plus ive been fucked over in literally every relationship ive had and i dont know if i can take yet another betrayal...

she could be lying to me
you cant trust anyone in this day and age

#149682 to #149678 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
You're overreacting there, buddy.
The jealousy you're feeling is justified, up until you start going on about:
> "She is woman, pretty obvious I cant trust her, plus I've been f***ed over in literally every relationship I've had..."

You need to have a one on one talk with her. Tell her how this makes you feel. Do not tell her how she is feeling, for you're only shooting in the dark here. Tell her how you feel about it. Talk it out, man.
Clearly she still likes you, otherwise she would have ended it by now.

(Continued... Was banned by Addy for some stupid reason...)
User avatar #149687 to #149682 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
yeah maybe

but its a long distance relationship

what i am worried about is her dating him
not telling me

and then double dipping and putting me on the back burner
#149690 to #149687 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
That's the biggest problem.
It's an online relationship.

As I just said, you've got the conversational/ emotional aspect of it, while the other guy is keeping the physical aspect of it going.

The worst part about online relationships is that they're hard to keep up with and maintain.
Drop communication for longer than 8 hours and it's affecting the relationship. Longer than 12 and you're doing some serious damage to it. Longer than 16 and there's irreversible damage done to it. Longer than 24 and it's practically over.
Also, it leaves it completely open for one, or both, to seek other people in real life to make up for the lack of physical interaction. This is where online relationships fall apart quickly. She's already found someone who meets her physical needs, and you're meeting her conversational/ emotional needs. I hate to break it to you, but you alone aren't going to fit the bill. Not unless you can be there with her; But even so, the damage is already done.

#149693 to #149690 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
online relationships are all i can really get

i had planned on going down there at the end of this month..

but yeah

shes a girl
its easier for her

and just fuck, it hasnt even happened yet
shes been really open with me and i am content about our relationship

but just thinking about it makes me lose sleep and go into sever anxiety attacks
#149698 to #149693 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
I highly advise you take a look at this:

> "Online relationships are all I can really get..."
Probably because you're trying too hard, man. Just go out, make some friends, be yourself, and eventually you will find someone.
Patience is a virtue.

> "She's a girl. It's easier for her."
Not entirely true.
Girls are more patient, is all. They normally don't rush into things. They're fine with being just friends and seeing where it takes them.
#149692 to #149690 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Honestly, right now she's using you.
The guy she's met in real life is fulfilling her physical needs, and you're fulfilling her conversational/ emotional needs.
Don't let her use you any longer. Dump her.
If she feels like the relationship is lacking, she should have brought that up, instead of kept it going while seeking other people.

It's tough being in an online/ long-distance relationship. It's even tougher when it's one-sided.

I hate to break it to you, man, but again: She's using you. Dump her. Move on. Find someone else; Preferrably in real life.
#149684 to #149682 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Once again, your jealousy is completely justified.
The relationship is sinking, and fast; She's stabbed a hole in it, and now it's just a matter of time until both of you fix and mend it, or both of you bail.
She does still care for you, although that other guy has something you don't have that she likes. And you have something that he doesn't have, that she likes.
It's clear that you've got the conversational/ emotional side of the relationship intact, but not the physical side of the relationship.

Talk about your worries with her. Tell her you're afraid of losing her to that guy. Tell her it feels like she likes him more than you.
Be open and honest with her, express your concerns, and see where it goes. See if she's willing to patch up the relationship with you or not. If she shrugs it off and ignores it, then maybe consider dumping her, because then she isn't trying to keep the relationship going.

(Continued again...)
#149685 to #149684 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
But most importantly, and if I haven't stressed this enough: Talk this through with her.
Do not tell her: "I KNOW YOU LIKE HIM. DON'T LIE TO ME"
But rather: "I feel like you may like him more than you like me..."
Be open, honest, and sincere. Do not be cold, disconnected, and condescending.

(Once again; I was banned for a really stupid reason by Admin. Thanks, Admin. You're the best.)
User avatar #149688 to #149685 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
what do you do if you already told her how you feel and you are still getting red flags

and figuratively speaking
what if you already said what you told me not to
what then?
User avatar #149679 to #149678 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
Relationships are about trust and communication. Just tell her you don't want her to talk about it.
#149680 to #149679 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
If i tell her not to talk about it.. it doesnt change anything
and it makes it so im blind

what you can't hear CAN hurt you

thats just like plugging your ears and going lalalala cant hear you

..it doesnt make it go away
#149681 to #149680 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, well it's better than fucking sitting there like a loser and hearing your girlfriend talk about how great another guy is.

Or do you like it?
User avatar #149683 to #149681 - rambomanthree (08/13/2014) [-]
meh good point i guess

i just dont wanna come off as rude
and i wish i could just take a persons word for something
User avatar #149686 to #149683 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
Just tell her. It might make her more aware of what you feel about her.
#149675 - onefuckingskurut (08/13/2014) [-]
>Severe scoliosis - 28 bottom, 38 upper curve, inflated ribs on the right back.
>Spend all day at home exercising my back, sometimes get out very briefly.
>Fighting my diagnosis for about 3 years now, it caused my much pain.
>Have a goal to fix it for real, doing real good just need to keep it up.
>Dad is only one working in family.
>Mom unemployed because several health problems and works around the house all day.
>Sister kinda childish and spoiled, 25 uneployed because she refuses to do "inferior jobs", rather healthy, refuses to acknowledge her family, mentaly kinda unstable, hard to overcome sads.
>Dad is mad at mom for not having a job and keeps trying to make it worse for her
>I like my mom, she's also helping me with my exercises

Any advices how can I improve my situation?
User avatar #149677 to #149675 - onefuckingskurut (08/13/2014) [-]
*by "sometimes get out" I meant getting outside with friends or just alone for a stroll...
User avatar #149676 to #149675 - onefuckingskurut (08/13/2014) [-]
Also my dad doesn' really care about my problem. For 4 hours at PC in day he'd yell at me. I want to underline that mostly I am having these 4 hours split several times trough a day.
He is so stubborn he thinks only he is always right...
User avatar #149701 to #149676 - RADDDDs (08/13/2014) [-]
Your dad is a very good father.
He expects you guys to help him out, to love him, and-or acknowledge him.
Your sister should man up, or grow up, whatever.
I'm unaware of the health problems, but I guess you wouldn't have anything to lose if you look up more info-remedies online. (you know, in many cases docs aren't interested in the patients/clients to be cured)
1: Do a family reunion. Talk. Force-talk, 30 mins. No escaping. If someone cries, better.
2: Everyone write down what they want, and what they don't like. 5 tops
3: Each week everyone has to help-improve in both. If not: 4
4: If not, some sort of punishment.
Don't know if this is an useful advice, either way, wish you the best ;)
User avatar #149827 to #149701 - onefuckingskurut (08/14/2014) [-]
I can't imagine how should anyone get punished for this. Neither I am not sure if I will have enough strenght for all this.

I guess I better start with my sister, right?
User avatar #149885 to #149827 - RADDDDs (08/14/2014) [-]
well either punishment, or wait until something bad happens to some family member, and then the situation will be even worse
but the talk will have to make it your dad, not you, even though you must participate
User avatar #149658 - RADDDDs (08/13/2014) [-]
4 days without parents, without neighbors

what do?
#149696 to #149658 - minutes (08/13/2014) [-]
I am making a list for you.

1. fap
2. walk around the house naked
3. drink milk without using a glass
4. fap again
5. throw huge house party
User avatar #149700 to #149696 - RADDDDs (08/13/2014) [-]
1 - 4 done
5 is a tricky one if i'm naked...
anything else?
User avatar #149702 to #149700 - georgesmoustache (08/13/2014) [-]
1 word, 4 letters. Orgy.
User avatar #149703 to #149702 - RADDDDs (08/13/2014) [-]
3 words: i suck at math
also, i'm not into orgies and sexual stuff it's not my main reason for living
User avatar #149705 to #149703 - georgesmoustache (08/13/2014) [-]
Isn't my main priority either, but damn a orgy would be fun.
User avatar #149869 to #149719 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
You're telling me that you wouldn't enjoy enjoying lots of women?
User avatar #149870 to #149869 - awesomerninjathing (08/14/2014) [-]
well yeah, but come on george
User avatar #149871 to #149870 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
What do you want then?
User avatar #149873 to #149872 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
what the fuck do you want
User avatar #149875 to #149874 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
fuck off you little shit, I am so confused as to what you want from me
User avatar #149878 to #149877 - awesomerninjathing (08/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #149879 to #149878 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
no replies from now on
User avatar #149883 to #149880 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
I want to block u m8
User avatar #149884 to #149883 - awesomerninjathing (08/14/2014) [-]
no u dont lmao
User avatar #149881 to #149880 - georgesmoustache (08/14/2014) [-]
what did you want anyway?
User avatar #149656 - njproc (08/13/2014) [-]
How do you gauge wether you and a girl are going to become an actual official relationship. Or wether you are just going to chill in the limbo of not knowing what you two are?
User avatar #149659 to #149656 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
Find an appropriate time to talk it through with her; Express your feelings for her.
If there's anymore context to the story, that'd be great.
User avatar #149674 to #149659 - njproc (08/13/2014) [-]
She and I were friends, she was in a relationship, he broke up with her. a bit of time passed we both told each other that we had feelings, it's been two weeks since then. I realize that she is nervous about another relationship but the way she talks to me sometimes is mixed messages. I would rather be told that this won't be going much of anywhere now than keep this thing up.
User avatar #149654 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Ok, so I think I've found a solution to my situation.
If I choose to continue running the business and possibly construct a start up.
Would it be a good idea to get major in
and get an MBA.
Then on the side learn to program in different languages.
I just think CS is to hardcore for me to take part in, At the forefront it's for Scientists, then on the side Engineers, but tbh I plan to be neither, but I guess a course in Software Engineering can't hurt me.
So that's what i've decided, Law degree + MBA + A bit of software engineering.
Is that a good combo?
User avatar #149663 to #149654 - slugeisfag (08/13/2014) [-]
how about you grow up kiddo
User avatar #149662 to #149654 - Timmietim (08/13/2014) [-]
ayy lmao
User avatar #149661 to #149654 - sluge (08/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #149664 to #149661 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Careers week nigger, first week of school, You're expected to put down your higher education goals, and then for the next three months you spend classes in them. And I'll be damned if I put down something like math and spend 3 months in after school maths class. I have to fill out an application saying what career I'd like to pursue and what subjects, and then for 3 months till new years I'm expected to show up to extra classes.
User avatar #149673 to #149672 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
You asked, I answered.
#149644 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Im so fucking sick of this Robin Williams crap, and now im starting to see people say cut him some slack and that suicide isnt selfish.

Fuck those cunts.

There was a suicide in our family before i was born, fucked one of my parents up into depression ever since, who takes it out on everyone else especially me fucking up my life, all because someone offed themselves years ago. And now to see all this crap how suicide isnt a dick move.

Why is everyone so fucking retarded over this guy?
User avatar #149715 to #149644 - nippuhl (08/14/2014) [-]
Shut up crybaby
User avatar #149653 to #149644 - firehippie (08/13/2014) [-]
Suicide is a double edged sword. It can be selfish for the person that is committing suicide, but yet it could not be. It could be selfish on the family's part for wanting said person to stay around so they don't have to deal with the lose of a loved one even tho they know there is nothing more that can be done to help them knowing that said person will be getting torn apart on the inside for the rest of his/hers life. Than it could not be selfish if they are willing to understand what is happening and are willing to help but yet will understand that said person is at peace when him/her eventually commits suicide.

Suicide is a permanent solution to a permanent problem. you can have all the treatment and meds in the world but all it will do is suppress it for the time being. you can make depression disappear by the snap of a finger or the flip of a switch it will always be there waiting for something to unleash it. No matter the outcome rather you live or you die someone will be getting hurt in one way or another.

It doesn't take a genus to understand depression but yet most people don't.
User avatar #149655 to #149653 - firehippie (08/13/2014) [-]
can't make depression disappear*
User avatar #149651 to #149644 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Suicide isn't a dick move, it's a fucking stupid bitch move, but not a dick move.
Robin WIlliams was a funny guy, so people are confused why he'd kill himself?

But he must have had his reasons, that's why people are saying "cut him some slack" because nobody knows why he killed himself, but it doesn't matter, it's because nobody knows why, that is why you shouldn't judge... nobody knows why he killed himself so we shouldn't say its a dick move. A friend of mines dad, claimed to be going to work everyday but he'd park his car in a parking lot for 7 hours then come back home, he eventually killed himself, and I won't argue, suicide is somewhat selfish, stupid, and you'd have to be a bit of a coward to go through with it, but nonetheless, some people have their reasons that they cannot avoid, and some people say Robin Williams was bipolar, man I dunno, but suicides are constantly happening, but when a celebrity does it, people start to talk considering we don't associate those people with having a bad life.
#149645 to #149644 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
He's famous.

1.7 people die every second, yet the only one that's mattered much to people at all within the past few days was Robin Williams.
User avatar #149643 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
In respect to my previous question, if you don't think a Law Degree will help, what will?
I've realised a degree in business is useless, so anything else would help, i've been told CS is very valuable, and I don't disagree, but CS is very very hard and boring.
User avatar #149633 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Does anyone know the advantages of a law degree, not just how it's advantage but the kinda work surrounded around it.
User avatar #149647 to #149633 - supertanto (08/13/2014) [-]
what country?
User avatar #149649 to #149647 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Well I'm living in London atm, but I plan to study in America.
User avatar #149638 to #149633 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
There are lots of different types of law firms. If you go into law, you can work your way up to being lawyers for businesses and such, but I don't think law gets you into many other places besides law unfortunately but I could be wrong.
User avatar #149641 to #149638 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Well I know it helps for politics, equally for business it helps to know how to comply by the law, but I don't know if it would help to much. I'm going into business, but I know a business degree is some stupid shit to do. So I'm wondering what degree to take?
If it helps I'm not taking on a start-up, i'm supposed to be inheriting a business, but don't know the kind of schools that would help me.
User avatar #149639 to #149638 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
Like you can work in legal departments for businesses as well, if that's something you're interested in doing, but it's mostly either lawyer or consultant for a company.
User avatar #149619 - nigalthornberry (08/13/2014) [-]
Is it possible for me to lose the deepness in my voice
User avatar #149648 to #149619 - supertanto (08/13/2014) [-]
embrace your inner Zonday
User avatar #149650 to #149648 - nigalthornberry (08/13/2014) [-]
I'm alright with having it but something happened and I feel like I'm losing it
User avatar #149657 to #149650 - supertanto (08/13/2014) [-]
ooooooooooohhhh you're worried about actually losing it. I thought u wanted to lose it
User avatar #149689 to #149657 - nigalthornberry (08/13/2014) [-]
No why would I want to
User avatar #149691 to #149689 - supertanto (08/13/2014) [-]
that's why i was confused
User avatar #149704 to #149691 - nigalthornberry (08/13/2014) [-]
Now you know
User avatar #149621 to #149619 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
You just fake it. Literally the voice you have will not change ever in your life.
User avatar #149627 to #149621 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
But I guess we're assuming he's hit Puberty, which would actually make his voice deeper assuming he hadn't hit puberty.
Ok I'm sorry, carry on.
User avatar #149628 to #149627 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
Have you hit puberty?
User avatar #149630 to #149628 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Of course, now you can't add me to your gallery of cp.
User avatar #149631 to #149630 - ipostcp (08/13/2014) [-]
I still would like to have it.
#149632 to #149631 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #149620 to #149619 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
I mean, if you faked it probably.
If you mean like non drug methods and stuff, you could try and get an accent or something by traveling to a country and living there for a while or something. G-Good luck with that.
User avatar #149640 to #149620 - nigalthornberry (08/13/2014) [-]
No like I got hit in the throat and now it feels higher
User avatar #149642 to #149640 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
It'll probably pass by, unless it was serious.
#149607 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Life is inherently worthless, since there is no objective purpose or value. Thus I am troubled by why anyone would choose to live. Happiness, procreation, advancement of the species are all empty answers. Especially happiness, since that is only a delusion that gives an evolutionary advantage. Now, I see everywhere people who delude themselves in thinking that subjective meaning gives something to life, or that life is inherently meaningful and beautiful. And that confuses me, as I see no reason anyone would want to be alive, nor try to remain so.
User avatar #149707 to #149607 - dcmp (08/14/2014) [-]
Just because life doesn't have an objective meaning or purpose, does not mean there isn't a subjective meaning or purpose that differs from person to person.
People will attach a meaning and purpose to life, because that is human nature to do so, and it will be right to them.
I believe life is meaningless, that there is no divine purpose to life, that there is no intrinsic reason why life even exists other than that is just the way it happened. But that doesn't mean I want to end my life, or not live. I like living and even if it doesn't mean anything that doesn't matter to me. The world in which we live and the cosmos are beautiful and wonderful to me, and I'm glad I'm alive even if I don't serve a purpose. But my life has meaning, subjectively, to those that care about me, even if they are few.
Just because there isn't an objective purpose or value to life does not mean you can't enjoy it, and other people aren't deluding themselves, it's just their subjective reality
User avatar #149635 to #149607 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
That in itself, is a subjective view on not only a subjective matter, but also an objective matter.
Therefore your argument is invalid.

I already know you are TheWillow.

Silence is depressing
Keeping yourself confined in your house all day will only make such thoughts worse.
You're not living life. How would you know what you're missing out on if you've never actually been out there to fully experience it?
Get out of your parents' house, make some friends, and stop crying for attention.
User avatar #149626 to #149607 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
Advancement isn't as much an "empty answer" as it is a mystery. In 50 years you don't know, maybe it will no longer be an empty answer. Space Exploration begins heavily in 2020, that may unveil some answers? I don't know what your looking for, but there has never been a good reason to die. well there have been tons, but you get what I mean.
#149622 to #149607 - minutes (08/13/2014) [-]
Happiness is not an illusion, It's a feeling. And do you know what feelings are? Right, chemicals in your brain, therefore they are just as real as anything else.
#149616 to #149607 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
ey, dont talk like that ,we all gotta get that qt 3.14 gf
#149617 to #149616 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
I know how much you love your frog, so here. I found this and was instantly reminded of you.
#149618 to #149617 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
>tfw no gf
>tfw i dont get that referance
#149636 to #149618 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
#149615 to #149607 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
just kill yourself already
User avatar #149570 - chupifruit (08/13/2014) [-]
Today i've been freed from women evil hands, i was kinda obsessed with this girl for over 6 months now, So Today i find out she was after another guy but I dont feel sad or heartbroken in any way. Should i be worried?
#149578 to #149570 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
I see another soul in Elliot's steps.
#149583 to #149578 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
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User avatar #149573 to #149570 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
It's somewhat common.
Especially if you were purposely hovering over that 'kill-switch' in preparation of her rejecting you.

For future reference, you shouldn't be as willing to end all feelings for someone quickly.
It'll make things awkward/ bad. Trust me, nothing is worse than getting into a relationship and suddenly feeling nothing for them.
I would rather be heartbroken than jump into a dead/ one-sided relationship.
Make yourself gullible; Shine out as much of yourself as possible, and if anyone is drawn in by that then you've found a great friend. If you do that and you find a girl, then you won't ever have to hover over that 'kill-switch.' Because then you'll truly know that she likes you. There'd be no guessing games involved.
User avatar #149605 to #149573 - chupifruit (08/13/2014) [-]
thank you this really help me out
User avatar #149571 to #149570 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
Was probably just a crush and if you're getting over it, it's fine yea?
User avatar #149608 to #149571 - chupifruit (08/13/2014) [-]
Sometimes girls make you think they feel the same way as you, but then is a dead end with nowhere to go, everytime I give her time and space she comes back ''missing me'' but then repeat from start.
User avatar #149629 to #149608 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
A girls mind is continuously on some weird loop, it's really repetitive, and when the loop breaks for you it starts for another guy. The right women is the one who doesn't have that continuous, I need my space, I miss you loop. It will be pretty obvious who and who does not have this loop.
User avatar #149759 to #149629 - chupifruit (08/14/2014) [-]
I really thank you all guys for the answers it really helped me out of this hole.
User avatar #149760 to #149759 - dragx (08/14/2014) [-]
happy we could help.
User avatar #149613 to #149608 - thatnigger (08/13/2014) [-]
First of all, some girls are just naturally kind or are just being kind because that's what they've always done and they actually don't necessarily like being kind. This doesn't mean they like you, they just want to be kind.
That being said, this girl probably does have slight feelings for you, but that's not nearly enough. I know a girl that I'd probably like to be in a relationship with, but she's taken and we don't necessarily have the most in common or same life goals, so I'd probably not go any further with her. It doesn't mean I don't have feelings for her or wouldn't miss her if I was given space, but I'm not interested in a relationship with her.
Even if it hurts you, she's not actually doing anything wrong and she doesn't feel like she's doing anything wrong so it'll always continue like this. You should really just give her space until you're fully over her and just don't think about possibilities of getting together.
User avatar #149614 to #149613 - chupifruit (08/13/2014) [-]
thank you sir
User avatar #149557 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
So based on my previous question about what to do with my life.
If I were to inherit and continue to run a business, how would it help to have Law Degree?
User avatar #149564 to #149557 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (08/13/2014) [-]
It would help in more ways than you could think.
For instance, finding ways to take down competitors.
Or simply finding ways to keep everything that you do legal.

So a few examples would be:
• Monday the police arrived and found a discrepancy with your building; They are fining you $1,500.
Why did they do this? Those in the local police force are well acquainted with people who despise you and your business.
Or something similar; If your business is ever at trouble with the law, you could use your knowledge of the law to combat it.

• Co-owner starts embezzling money. Burned many bridges with countless companies. Sold everything worth anything in the business' buildings. Started up quite a few loans in the business name, took the money, and ran.
You would surely need the law degree there to help get yourself out of that mess.
It's what happened to my family; To this day, we're still paying off our lawyer. It's been well over 10 years since. Not saying that you wouldn't need a lawyer; You still would, but it'd at least help the situation out.

• A local, opposing, business is doing many wrong things. Everything about their business screams "bad," but no one seems to really care enough to do anything about it.
Using your knowledge you could take them down with ease.

• A customer is threatening to sue you for something outlandish.
Again, with the knowledge gained from the law degree, you could easily squash them for the money-grubbing bottom feeders that they are.
Trust me, this happens more often than you think.

• A patent troll sues your business.
There's many 'a patent trolls out there, and this is bound to happen to everyone.

It'd be great to have for general situations that involve scummy people. Getting rid of them would be easier with a law degree.
User avatar #149623 to #149564 - dragx (08/13/2014) [-]
That's really helpful ty.
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