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User avatar #139112 - Coolinbny (06/17/2014) [-]
I've had several girls, in person, tell me that they wanted to go on a date with me - on multiple occasions, too. I've asked several times, just to confirm, and they say yes and we get to the early planning stages which are, again, in person. When I text one or the other, neither of them respond, except for one, and she doesn't seem too excited about texting me. The other won't respond at all, and it's been several texts over several days.

Wat do? Also, what does this mean, potentially?

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE - I'm seeing what the field looks like. If I go out with one, it's because I want to go out with her. I won't actively be going out with (BF/GF) both at the same time because that would be cheating
#139149 to #139112 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
It's just something with some girls man, I just don't understand.   
It's happened to me once or twice...   
No matter how close I get with them in-person, they just never talk to me online. Hell, people could see us as 'practically boyfriend/ girlfriend' because we're so close, yet she'll still ignore me anytime I try to talk to her online.   
   
So, what does this mean?   
You're a man-whore.   
Kidding, but still -- If there's already this little communication going on, then it probably won't work out.   
Maybe it's because you have wrong numbers? Maybe you should try Facebook messaging?   
In any case, I'd try shooting each (that didn't respond) a Facebook message and just leave it at that; If they respond, they respond, if they don't, then forget about it.   
Or next time you see them in person, ask them about the date and see if they're willing to make plans then and there. If they're not willing to make plans, then again, drop it and forget about it; It's their loss.   
   
There is the hole thing of 'exclusivity,' but going too far for too long isn't right.   
 Also, a tip that may or may not be good advice: If you haven't even been on a date with a girl yet, don't keep yourself exclusive to her. I've missed out on a few good opportunities because of this. And I regret it, because in the end those girls I was keeping myself exclusive to ended up bailing out on me.
It's just something with some girls man, I just don't understand.
It's happened to me once or twice...
No matter how close I get with them in-person, they just never talk to me online. Hell, people could see us as 'practically boyfriend/ girlfriend' because we're so close, yet she'll still ignore me anytime I try to talk to her online.

So, what does this mean?
You're a man-whore.
Kidding, but still -- If there's already this little communication going on, then it probably won't work out.
Maybe it's because you have wrong numbers? Maybe you should try Facebook messaging?
In any case, I'd try shooting each (that didn't respond) a Facebook message and just leave it at that; If they respond, they respond, if they don't, then forget about it.
Or next time you see them in person, ask them about the date and see if they're willing to make plans then and there. If they're not willing to make plans, then again, drop it and forget about it; It's their loss.

There is the hole thing of 'exclusivity,' but going too far for too long isn't right.
Also, a tip that may or may not be good advice: If you haven't even been on a date with a girl yet, don't keep yourself exclusive to her. I've missed out on a few good opportunities because of this. And I regret it, because in the end those girls I was keeping myself exclusive to ended up bailing out on me.
User avatar #139134 to #139112 - thirdjess ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
I would assume they caught wind of you talking to all three and are trying to distance themselves from you under the assumption your aim is to cheat. I would ask them frankly why they're not talking to you.
User avatar #139141 to #139134 - Coolinbny (06/17/2014) [-]
No. They literally have no idea who each other are. Even if they did, they know I'm not the type of person to cheat. I've known one of them for about 80% of my life, so she knows for sure. It's weird
#139110 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
Is it possible to recreate attraction? and if so, how would i do it?
User avatar #139143 to #139110 - awesomerninjathing (06/17/2014) [-]
take an object that is positively charged and an object that is negatively charged
User avatar #139094 - girrafalopegis (06/17/2014) [-]
For a class final, I had to make a documentary. After interviewing my Grandfather, I edited all the footage, and made it fit under the 15 minute restriction. For some reason, within VDSC, it says my entire 'movie' is 32 minutes long. The finish product has all the correctly edited bits of footage, but for some reason there are huge 1-2 minute gaps of still frame from scene to scene. Does anyone know how to fix this? Could I just convert it to .mov and fix it in iMovie maybe?
User avatar #139106 to #139094 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
Converting to .mov and hotfixing in iMovie would be your quickest way.

Otherwise it sounds like it may be trying to stay at the same length as the original assuming the original is 32 minutes long... , or a rendering issue within VDSC.
Both of which I do not know how to fix, for I do not have VDSC myself.
User avatar #139109 to #139106 - girrafalopegis (06/17/2014) [-]
Hotfixing?
User avatar #139135 to #139109 - thirdjess ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
'quickfix', the equivalent of duct taping a leaky pipe.
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User avatar #139085 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
Recently my parents asked my opinion about my brother, and what they should do about him. A little backstory on this kid, he's 17, GREAT athlete, he could go to a Division 1 or 2 school for football, basketball, baseball, or even track if he felt like it. Could dunk as a freshmen, played varsity football as a freshman, got 4th in the state for high jump whenever he didn't even care about the sport, excellent catcher. Unlike me who had to work for everything sports-wise, and ended up just getting fucked over because the coaches would rather play their son or the president of the booster clubs kid, he has had everything handed to him. Hasn't worked for shit. Has had one job as a lifeguard that he just used to hook up with all the female lifeguards. He's a manwhore until recently. At 17 he's been with at least a dozen girls. Near alcoholic. He's been arrested with another football player and got community service, no real punishments for sports (the coaches battled for him to play). Still goes out and drinks, even though if he gets caught again he's off the team and no college sports for him. He makes my mother cry, knows my parents won't do shit to him because he thinks he's untouchable (no one wants to ruin his college opportunity, so he gets away with everything). He is so absolutely different then me even though we're less then two years apart. I'm the only one that got my dad a Father's Day card and gift, I'm the only one who gives a shit about what I have, I'm the only one who actually respects my parents and others around me. My dad spent 2 grand on a website account thing to get his name out to colleges and he never even touches it, the disappointment in my dad when I see it kills me. I never got shit like that, so seeing him just toss something like that away... It's infuriating, and my parents don't know what to do, I don't know what to do. I almost want him to fuck up and lose everything, but then all his potential is gone. God I just have to vent about this
#139105 to #139085 - saltybanana (06/17/2014) [-]
karma will eventually get him bro, it always does   
   
this reminds me of my ex gf older brother. this dude had everything. had a mustang of the year totaled it twice!  parents pay for his bills such as phone, gas, car bills, and insurance. honestly it pissed me off when i would come home to my gf and all she ever got from her parents was a handed down ford that would barely start up btw she lived in the ghetto so she had to park her car atleast three blocks, while her brothr got to park his beautiful mustang in the garge where he didnt have to walk with out being harmed or raped  i know hpw you feel, i am the same way.   
   
reason you are like that is cause you appreciate anything you get. when your brother on the other hand see's that he can get anything he wants, so he doesnt appreciate shit like you. i wouldn't worry man. you can argue and argue with your parents all you want, but i guarantee you. i bet you my left testicle that they will just ignore you, because ive seen this shit second hand bro. eventually karma will get him. he will realize too late that he was getting everything in his hands. just worry about your self bro. get your shit down, because in the real world your just alone. i know how that feels. i understand his your br. but sometimes you need to leave that "family" shit behind cause all he'll do is hold you back no offense
karma will eventually get him bro, it always does

this reminds me of my ex gf older brother. this dude had everything. had a mustang of the year totaled it twice! parents pay for his bills such as phone, gas, car bills, and insurance. honestly it pissed me off when i would come home to my gf and all she ever got from her parents was a handed down ford that would barely start up btw she lived in the ghetto so she had to park her car atleast three blocks, while her brothr got to park his beautiful mustang in the garge where he didnt have to walk with out being harmed or raped i know hpw you feel, i am the same way.

reason you are like that is cause you appreciate anything you get. when your brother on the other hand see's that he can get anything he wants, so he doesnt appreciate shit like you. i wouldn't worry man. you can argue and argue with your parents all you want, but i guarantee you. i bet you my left testicle that they will just ignore you, because ive seen this shit second hand bro. eventually karma will get him. he will realize too late that he was getting everything in his hands. just worry about your self bro. get your shit down, because in the real world your just alone. i know how that feels. i understand his your br. but sometimes you need to leave that "family" shit behind cause all he'll do is hold you back no offense
#139089 to #139085 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
That's a tough one... Clearly you need to confront him, but will he listen?   
Probably not.   
   
Being Athletic is truly a great gift, although clearly he and everyone around him found out about his gift when he was young; He's been surrounded by the attention and pressure of doing well in sports. He's spoiled and immature, and he knows it. It's what made him the way he is now. He's huddled away in his shell of ignorance and angst and won't reason to come out. The only way he's leaving his shell is if he wakes up and sees the fire he set underneath him. He's going to get burned. It'll be all his fault. But only then will he learn.   
You guys need to accept that maybe he wants to do his own thing, and tell him that, but also tell him that he shouldn't be screwing up his future. He wouldn't be screwing up just his athletic career. He'd be screwing up his entire life indefinitely. Tell him that if he wants, he can take some time off after high school to figure out what he really wants to do. Don't pressure him. The pressure of him living up to the 'prodigy' role is what is making him to try and throw everything away. He knows he can't live up to the expectations.   
Also, when he starts getting better and better there's just so much more pressure and anger being placed on him to do better that it just... doesn't feel worth it.   
   
You have to see things from his perspective. I'm somewhat taking shots in the dark, although I've been through similar scenarios and have seen my siblings go through similar scenarios.   
Have the entire family confront him. Tell him that he needs to change his lifestyle. He can't be throwing away his future. If he doesn't want to pursue sports, fine; But he really can't throw it all away. After that all you can do is sit back and watch. See if he continues to fuel the fire underneath him, or if he helps put it out.   
   
And that's the hardest part. Watching to see where they go. My sister OD'd twice, but only when she got pregnant did she get clean.
That's a tough one... Clearly you need to confront him, but will he listen?
Probably not.

Being Athletic is truly a great gift, although clearly he and everyone around him found out about his gift when he was young; He's been surrounded by the attention and pressure of doing well in sports. He's spoiled and immature, and he knows it. It's what made him the way he is now. He's huddled away in his shell of ignorance and angst and won't reason to come out. The only way he's leaving his shell is if he wakes up and sees the fire he set underneath him. He's going to get burned. It'll be all his fault. But only then will he learn.
You guys need to accept that maybe he wants to do his own thing, and tell him that, but also tell him that he shouldn't be screwing up his future. He wouldn't be screwing up just his athletic career. He'd be screwing up his entire life indefinitely. Tell him that if he wants, he can take some time off after high school to figure out what he really wants to do. Don't pressure him. The pressure of him living up to the 'prodigy' role is what is making him to try and throw everything away. He knows he can't live up to the expectations.
Also, when he starts getting better and better there's just so much more pressure and anger being placed on him to do better that it just... doesn't feel worth it.

You have to see things from his perspective. I'm somewhat taking shots in the dark, although I've been through similar scenarios and have seen my siblings go through similar scenarios.
Have the entire family confront him. Tell him that he needs to change his lifestyle. He can't be throwing away his future. If he doesn't want to pursue sports, fine; But he really can't throw it all away. After that all you can do is sit back and watch. See if he continues to fuel the fire underneath him, or if he helps put it out.

And that's the hardest part. Watching to see where they go. My sister OD'd twice, but only when she got pregnant did she get clean.
User avatar #139090 to #139089 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
Being from my family, he's a smart kid. He knows what is wrong and what is right. What's smart and what's not. The problem is he is surrounded by idiots in this town who think the only way to have a good time is to drink and fuck. The difference between him and me, is that I ignored the pressure to drink and party while I was in sports.

He isn't quite a "prodigy", he did have high expectations from people, yes, but he has worked hard and exceeded those expectations. While he has had everything handed to him, he has hit it hard in the weight room (although he can touch a weight and gain 10lbs of muscle in a week), and he does practice and go to camps. It's not like everything he touches turns to gold.

If we confronted him, it would go horribly. He would simply say that there is no problem, that we are blowing everything out of proportion, and that we need to chill out.

His problem is the fact that he doesn't believe he'll get caught, and even if he does he believes he'll get a slap on the wrist like last time.

The only way he will change, is if he has it all crash on top of him. That's truly how I believe.
User avatar #139091 to #139090 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
And you're right.
It's the only way he'll learn.

I really wish I had advice for this; Advice on how to prevent him from screwing up hbis life, but he's only going to change when he's hit his absolute worst.
And when he does, when that time comes, you need to be there to support him. Your parents will see him in the same light still, and someone needs to help him when he needs it the most.
User avatar #139095 to #139091 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
It's tricky isn't it? On one hand you want him to be successful and go on to college, get a good education and possibly even get a shot to be drafted, but he's going to be an asshole who takes everything for granted.

On the other hand, you want him to appreciate what he has, and be a good person, but only because he loses everything. In this situation, those are the only two current endings. Unless he chooses to change his own situation.

As his older brother, I both hate his fucking guts. Yet at the same time I want to see him get the most out of his life, and I want him to look up to me. The problem is that he sees me as below him, not worth his time. And I can't bring myself to have the same attitude to him. I want a relationship with my brother..
User avatar #139086 to #139085 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
Ah he seems like the kid that will expect a full ride through college just because he's good at sports but let me tell you something they look at more than that they want to know what kind of person you are and how you do in school (some of its just for PR) and they're getting even stricter so there's less of a chance he'll slip by. You need to talk to him and tell him that they're not gonna take his shit there even his classmates won't, there was a kid at my school who was like that until he started bullying a special ed kid nobody thought much at first but people realized it was wrong when the kid actually broke down and almost killed himself, word got out he was the one who pushed him around, people did some digging found some colorful pics of him and ruined his chances at getting any type of scholarship or acceptance.

For the father in this I think he needs to tell his son that he's acting like a prick and cut off the free shit
User avatar #139088 to #139086 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
Well the problem with that is that everyone loves him. All the adults think he's this great kid who can do no wrong.

And my dad has officially given up on him. He said that if my brother wants a father then he'll have to come talk to him like a man instead of yelling and being disrespectful, but we'll see how this lasts. When it comes to my brother, my parents have very little backbone.
User avatar #139122 to #139088 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
It takes just one pic to change all of their minds and you said they knew about him getting into trouble and going to court.

You may need to be the father here then if they're not going to
#139082 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
in physics, what does it mean when theres an arrow on top of a letter? for example V1 and a V1 but with an arrow pointing to the right on top of it. what does it represent?
#139155 to #139082 - dreadrabbit (06/17/2014) [-]
It just means it a vector.
For Example if you have a V with an arrow on top, it is a vector of velocity.
Usually this means, your V actually is (VX, VY, VZ) with VX being the velocity in X-Direction.
#139075 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
hello people i want to sell my laptop
i dont have time to sell it to ebay or craigslist
im thinking of selling it tomorrow
the thing that i want to know is what should i do
sell or pawn my laptop
i heard that pawning your stuff can get you money becasue they want to put interest on it
and they have to believe that you are coming back to get it
so any advice?
User avatar #139081 to #139075 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
You'll get less money from a pawn shop if you directly sell it since they're basically the middle man wanting a profit.
You can also use it as a loan where they give you slightly more money than if you were selling but you have to pay them back with interest or else they keep it
#139070 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
I just want to preface this by saying that I'm not weird or awkward or anything and a lot of people seem to really like me. So no, it is not because I'm a neckbeard creep.

Anyway, I am 16 years old, very close to 17, and I literally do not know any girls. I've never really been to a party, never had a gf...hell, I've never even kissed a girl. My school doesn't have girls and I work all summer and I just don't know what to do. I know it sounds pathetic but I really just want to have some fun, meet some girls, and live a little. What do I do? And am I a fuck up for being 16 and haven't even made it to first base?

Thanks.
#139296 to #139070 - misticalz ONLINE (06/18/2014) [-]
>Get the fuck out of an all male highschool
>profit
>???

pls someone remember this
#139138 to #139070 - minutes (06/17/2014) [-]
I had my first real kiss at the age of 18 man, you're far from fucked up. Try what the other guy said, also try to get invited to partys and don't try to force stuff. For some people it takes more time then for others, that's okay. Chill you can do it.
User avatar #139084 to #139070 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
You're far from being a fuck-up.
Get some social hobbies and be your unfiltered self.
Just don't be desperate and one will come eventually.

Copy/ pasta from what my friend once told me:
"... If you're just isolated from your surroundings like most regular people, you'll never know what you're missing...

... I'm not Chad from across the street catching tins of diet coke mowing the lawn. I'm [just some scrawny white kid]. The thing is, such things make no difference in the first place if you have that kind of connection [with someone]...

... Look for that feeling of "too good to be true," The feeling you'd get when a really hot girl gives you her phone number and you think there must be something behind it. Instead of shutting it all out, try being absolutely gullible. Just assume lies do not exist. It'll leave you vulnerable and exposed, but also completely open to anyone truly looking for you and no-one else.

To put it in Youtube terms: "Broadcast yourself"

So in any case, if someone catches you 'off guard;' you won't want to shield yourself from those around you, neither should you shield off yourself. (As in, hold yourself back) If you think "I shouldn't say that" or "That'll just sound weird," just dump it all out; It's like natural selection, anyone that you DON'T scare off right away is nothing if not valuable to know. It's like the "be true to yourself" gag, but take it up a notch. Say it anyway.

Main thing is, try to shine out as much of 'you' as you possibly can. And if anyone at all is drawn in closer by that, you've at least found a valuable friend. You know, the kind that just sticks around without any "expiry" date."
#139087 to #139084 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
I feel a lot better. That is great advice, thank you.
#139080 to #139070 - saltybanana (06/17/2014) [-]
get ready to fap this summer ehehehe! relax not getting with a chick is not the end of the world

tbh i lost my V-card when iwas just 18 so basically 2 year difference from you and it was a chubby chick, with big ass titties. man if i can get to those titties again..mmmm so all i can say is relax man, work on your appearnce meanwhile. like do a lil cardio in your mornings, stay off of porn to help you boost up your confidence man! cant be milking the mushroom all summer, shit aint gonna lead you no where neeguh!

is there some sort of mall or kick it spot around your area?if so just walk on by see a cutie dont be shy and go up to them man! yeeah grab them big ass bawls. its simple just say "hey my name is...." be yourself #1 priority man, thats how you get the bitches man. dont shy away, start off small. shit i started with the ugly bitches too we all start somewhere no i have girls constaly hitting me up just to go get boba, pizza, etc.

TL; DR workout on your appearance meanwhile this summer, find spot wherwe the cuties hang out and show off them gainz. be confident dont be a creep neither
User avatar #139071 to #139070 - ScottP (06/17/2014) [-]
No, you're not a fuck-up. There's nothing wrong with that.
User avatar #139069 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
That progressed quickly
User avatar #139065 - teoberry (06/17/2014) [-]
So for football this year it's likely I'm gonna play as a DB (probably cornerback) because I'm tall, and pretty fast, but I want to get a LOT better over the summer. I know I should put more work into legs than the others since that improves my speed and my hops, because with long arms and a good vert, even if my guy beats me i can still swipe away the ball. What are some good workouts I should go with? As well, I'll need to make space for ladder drills and whatnot to work on my feet.
User avatar #139083 to #139065 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
I was a cornerback and receiver whenever I played. Just work on sprints, know your coverages, strength and size doesn't hurt when you have to go man to man and force the receivers inside. Do drills for chopping blockers hands and shucking them to the side so you can get to the running back or who ever has the ball, that's vital for toss sweeps.

Mostly all you can do are drills to be quick off your feet, quick to change direction, and quick in general. 3 cone drill is great for this.
User avatar #139077 to #139065 - awesomerninjathing (06/17/2014) [-]
do sprints and just play with friends over the summer niququhauha
User avatar #139078 to #139077 - teoberry (06/17/2014) [-]
Did I ask you? Jk sprints'll be kept to a minimun unless they'll hills because I got to get massive leg gains, and it's hard to organize shit since the only people who live near me don't play.
User avatar #139068 to #139065 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
Sprints and jogs for sure then some an work outs arms last
User avatar #139066 to #139065 - teoberry (06/17/2014) [-]
and before yall ask yes i did post on fitness
#139064 - RedJoker (06/17/2014) [-]
Hey guys i dont have a jap keyboard. Could anybody who knows this stuff type it in so i can copy it? Jap captcha isnt really my strong suit
User avatar #139099 to #139064 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
しひゐひゆ
or for the last character: ゅ

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User avatar #139100 to #139099 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
My bad:
ぬ instead of ゐs

So:
しひぬひゆ
しひぬひゅ

One of those two should work
#139063 - anonymous (06/17/2014) [-]
is it possible to delete an EA/Origin account?

I know you have to contact EA but will they do it?
User avatar #139067 to #139063 - nigalthornberry (06/17/2014) [-]
Account settings
#139054 - girrafalopegis (06/16/2014) [-]
mfw all the recent questions are being answered in R. Lee Ermey's voice
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User avatar #139043 - serhiy ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
i've been on a roller coaster today, and now I'm getting this really weird after affect where i feel i'm still in the coaster, and its giving me a real hard time sleeping. anyone know how to stop this?
User avatar #139048 to #139043 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
Motion sickness?

Just lay down, and endure through it.
Eventually you'll be so tired to where you just don't care and you'll sleep through it.
User avatar #139049 to #139048 - serhiy ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
man, its what im hoping to happen but when i close my eyes, flash backs are added to the feeling and my body re-releases adrenalin.
User avatar #139050 to #139049 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
Got some Melatonin?
Tylenol?

Take something that will make you drowsy and aid in sleep.
Tylenol would be the quicker method.
User avatar #139052 to #139050 - serhiy ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
ill see if that helps.
#139044 to #139043 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
just wait it out. I was on a small boat once that was rocking from side to side and even hours after I still felt like i was on the boat. give it some time, it'll be rough but you're otherwise fine.
User avatar #139045 to #139044 - serhiy ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
its one in the morning, i really want to sleep
#139046 to #139045 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
sorry about that. try to keep yourself occupied. if possible look out a window and watch the horizon, that might help.
User avatar #139035 - jibb (06/16/2014) [-]
Any Germans here??
Reply quickly pls
User avatar #139028 - rokkarokkaali (06/16/2014) [-]
How does one get motivation? I want to practice bass but I have no reason too other than my bass teacher told me to. I want to start doing homework and shit but I hardly care about grades except for all the attention it bring when I get a low grade.
#139029 to #139028 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
HOW TALL ARE YOU?
User avatar #139030 to #139029 - rokkarokkaali (06/16/2014) [-]
I don't know, five foot something.
#139034 to #139030 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
I DIDN'T REALISE THEY STACKED SHIT THAT HIGH.

DO YOU WANT TO PLAY BASS? IF YOU DON'T, SELL IT.
DO YOU WANT TO GET GOOD GRADES? IF YOU DON'T, DROP OUT AND GO TO MCDONALDS.

IF YOU WANT IT, TAKE IT BY THE BALLS. TAKE THAT BASS GUITAR AND STRUM D D D D D D LIKE YOU'VE NEVER STRUMMED BEFORE. GET GOOD. TAKE THOSE EXAMS AND YOU'LL NEVER HAVE TO DO THEM AGAIN IF YOU GET THE GRADES.

WHEN YOU HAVE THE PENCIL OR GUITAR IN YOUR HANDS THANK TO YOURSELF "AM I REALLY GOOD ENOUGH? YES I MOTHERFUCKING AM "
#139040 to #139034 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
I like how people are thumbing this up.

I think I should advise more people in this way....
User avatar #139042 to #139040 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
It's a tough-love style of advice.

It works.
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#139016 - drastronomy (06/16/2014) [-]
tfw all your friends get female contact at prom but you dont

tfw you see your crush feeling up some douche

tfw girls tend to avoid me

how to i stop this feel
#139061 to #139016 - dronenortle (06/17/2014) [-]
Grow some balls and make things happen rather than feeling sorry for yourself.
#139023 to #139016 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
go to places where people share what you like.
you like sports? go to sport places
you like veedeo gayme? go to game shops, conventions and so on
you like music? go to concerts, clubs and so on

you get the idea, surround yourself with the type of people and things that interest and inspire you.
User avatar #139025 to #139023 - drastronomy (06/16/2014) [-]
my friends barely even knew the girls' names

i did know them vaguely

tl;dr i think i might be unattractive

User avatar #139036 to #139025 - jibb (06/16/2014) [-]
Did you even try to ask them out?
Do it. Get rejected. Repeat. Gain confidence. Eventually, you are not scared of getting rejected. You are now alpha.

Fuck Bitches. Pimpin aint never been this easy
User avatar #139038 to #139036 - drastronomy (06/16/2014) [-]
My friends did not ask..they were asked, despite not being all that attractive
#139047 to #139038 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
WHY DO YOU THINK THAT HAPPENED? THEY WERE SEEN AS GOOD ENOUGH PEOPLE NOT JUST FROM THEIR LOOKS. FOLLOW THEIR EXAMPLE AND LIVE LIKE THAT. DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
#139026 to #139025 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
I AIN'T NO RYAN MOTHERFUCKING GOSLING BUT I KNOW THERE'S SOMEONE OUT THERE WHO LIKES ME FOR ME. IF YOU ACT ATTRACTIVE AND NOT LIKE SOME LOSER, GIRLS WILL STICK TO YOUR DICK LIKE A LIMPET ON GLUE.

NO ONE LIKES A MISERABLE LOSER, ARE YOU A LOSER? NO YOU ARE NOT.

YES SOME PEOPLE WILL THINK ARE NOT ATTRACTIVE AND SOME PEOPLE THINK I'M NOT ATTACTIVE BUT THEY ARE PILES OF SHIT WHO DON'T KNOW SHIT. AS LONG AS YOU A DECENT PERSON, PEOPLE WILL LOOK PAST ANY "IMPERFECTIONS" YOU HAVE AND WILL LOVE YOU FOR YOU.

DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT SPEND ALL YOUR LIFE INSIDE THINKING PEOPLE ARE ASSHOLES BECAUSE SOME LET YOU DOWN. SHOW THEM WHO YOU CAN BE AND SHOW THEM WHAT THEY MISSED OUT ON.
#139006 - fargfive (06/16/2014) [-]
Is the legality of torrenting actually enforced in the US? I've been in the backwoods of Europe so long I just do it casually, but I'm worried I'll get in trouble for it, particularly since I'm going to university in the US.
User avatar #139033 to #139006 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
5 million arrested?
I highly doubt that.

No one cares in the US.
I've had a friend get 'caught' about 2 or 3 times.
What happened?
Well, since he was openly torrenting without using ToR or Peerblock on TPB, his email address was found rather quickly by a gov' bot and it sent him an email with a Cease and Desist.
That happened twice.

Eventually he got a physical letter in the mail from the FBI.
He's yet to open it, saying "If it's bad, they'll call."

Just be safe, use ToR and Peerblock, and only use lesser-known (yet popular) websites such as demonoid or kickass.
User avatar #139092 to #139033 - leadstriker (06/17/2014) [-]
how does peer block protect you? just wondering
User avatar #139096 to #139092 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
Blocks IP addresses from watching what you're doing.
It's a filter for when you're using the internet. One you don't actually see, but is going on in the background.
User avatar #139097 to #139096 - leadstriker (06/17/2014) [-]
who decides who gets blocked? is it like adblock or does it work differently?
#139098 to #139097 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (06/17/2014) [-]
You decide what gets blocked.
There's certain lists that are updated extremely frequently to add on newer tracking IPs.

Here's a website with a ton of lists to choose from:
You need to login to view this link
A subscription runs $9.99/ year. Not bad pricing. With PeerBlock, it comes with these lists:
P2P, Ads, Educational, and Spy.
And they are updated once a week. (Because it's free.)

Pic related, it's my copy of PeerBlock running.

Link to PeerBlock: www.peerblock.com/
#139041 to #139033 - anonymous (06/16/2014) [-]
people used to torrent a lot at my school using the school computers. game of thrones was the most torrented one.
User avatar #139024 to #139006 - awesomerninjathing (06/16/2014) [-]
torrenting is fine but selling torrents you burn to a disc is illegal
User avatar #139009 to #139006 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/16/2014) [-]
No one cares as far as I know. I've never heard of anyone getting in trouble for torrenting a game or series.
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