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#157596 - locosive (10/10/2014) [-]
This isn't really an urgent thing but I guess I'll give this board a shot.
So I've liked this girl for over 5 years.
I met her in America like 6 years ago but after 2 years of living in America I left and moved to Singapore.
We still keep in touch. We talk to each other on facebook, skype, oovoo and I periodically come to the US like every year or so to visit friends there.
So I've been thinking recently that I should probably confess. Since keeping this all bottled up inside is no good. I think she probably know I like her.
I have no problems with getting rejected. I would probably be really sad but at least I know how to move on from there. And I know she wouldn't probably push me away..
The problem is if she said yes... I would be happy but it would probably a lot of trouble if we had a long distance relationship for me and her.
She's studying to become a doctor and this would probably just hinder her studies.
I know this is kind of stupid of me to be worrying over about this crap but if you have any advice I would gladly read it.

tl:dr Guy is a pussy and is struggling to confess.
User avatar #157608 to #157596 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
When it comes to school, I wouldn't stress it too much.
After all, it would be a long distance relationship.

The only hard part about a long distance relationship is keeping constant communication.
It's possible, but not entirely a route you want to take for more reasons than just interfering with her school.

Tell her your feelings, but understand that the outcome -- if she were to like you back -- would just be an escalated form of friendship.
If she didn't like you back, then it's a good indication to move on. Remember, females are human beings of their own and have their own feelings and stuff too, just like you man.
Now, if she didn't like you back/ didn't want to be in a LDR, then it doesn't mean anything has to change. You can continue being a great friend for her, and vice versa. You just can't keep the excess feelings for her.

The biggest part about a LDR is that both parties must keep constant communication going.
Both must be making an attempt to talk with the other at least every 8 hours. ('cause of time differences and sleep, this can be bumped to 10 hours at most -- Just don't ever breach that.)
If either go longer than 8 (or 10), without making an attempt to talk to the other, then it's damaging the relationship.
Longer than 12? It's really damaging the relationship.
Longer than 16? Irreversible damage.
Longer than 24? It's over.

Breaching the 8 to 10 hour mark is something that could be fixed easily...
Breaching the 12 would take longer, maybe a few days of talking through it...
Breaching the 16 and things won't ever be the same. All trust will be gone...
Breaching 20 to 24 means one, or both, have just given up and don't even feel like talking about it.

Some things to think about before going through with this, man.
LDRs are hard to keep up with, just because of the communication. Although if you're fine with having a delay in responses, 'cause she'd be busy with school, then why not tell her of your feelings?
User avatar #157626 to #157608 - iridium (10/10/2014) [-]
Every 8 hours? Man even many non LDR relationships don't have that much constantly until they move in together.

#157614 to #157608 - locosive (10/10/2014) [-]
Thanks for the advice.
#157598 to #157596 - anonymous (10/10/2014) [-]
You know, I had feelings for a girl for years and year like you did, and by the time I finally confessed them to her she had moved on because she thought that I wasn't interested. There is nothing wrong with ever telling someone your feelings.

I understand that you think it would interfere with her studies, but you would be willing to wait for her to finish school before you start a relationship with her? I mean maybe that would be the best thing to do. Tell her that you want to have the relationship but you don't want to distract her, so while you really like her you will wait for her. Just an idea
#157602 to #157598 - locosive (10/10/2014) [-]
That's actually pretty good advice. Thanks Anon
#157603 to #157602 - locosive (10/10/2014) [-]
I'm glad this board actually helps people. I thought people would just laugh at this post.
#157585 - zaiback (10/10/2014) [-]
Birthday present for my mother.
ok guys, don't mock me too much for this, but my mom will turn 60 in 2 weeks and I dunno what I'm gonna buy her as a present.
she's throwing a party cause she actually really cares about this birthday, and I didn't what to take her something lame.
she's a very smart person, independent woman (not a feminist though), had an hard year (she's lost her kitty recently) and I'd like to buy her that could make her happy.
any advice it's appreciate.
#157594 to #157585 - locosive (10/10/2014) [-]
Well first off, what does she like. If she likes bags, you can buy her that. If she likes food you can cook her something. ( If you have the skill). If you she likes to play music, get her an instrument. There are probably a lot of things you can buy her. What you buy her will probably depend on what she likes and the budget that you have. Hope this helps
User avatar #157579 - shinyscizor ONLINE (10/10/2014) [-]
my watch has this stanky sweat smell, how do i get rid of it?
User avatar #157584 to #157579 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Is it water resistant/ water-proof at all?
If so, then probably some soap and water.
#157574 - dehumanizer (10/10/2014) [-]
>tfw no gf
User avatar #157575 to #157574 - beatmasterz (10/10/2014) [-]
What's this from?
#157591 to #157575 - dehumanizer (10/10/2014) [-]
the beta uprising
User avatar #157597 to #157591 - beatmasterz (10/10/2014) [-]
Oh yeah how could I forget
#157572 - anonymous (10/10/2014) [-]
Do ISPs send you a history of your internet? I don't want anybody in my house seeing my history, and I'm pretty worried they'll send it to our house in the mail.
User avatar #157576 to #157572 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Not unless requested.
Honestly, if you're that paranoid, go and get PeerBlock.
#157586 to #157576 - anonymous (10/10/2014) [-]
Could they call the isp and easily get a full history list?
User avatar #157587 to #157586 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
I doubt it, really.
Even phone companies have a giant hissy fit if you try and get the call logs/ text history from your phone.

The only people who will truly be able to get access to that, would be your local authorities/ FBI.
Otherwise they wouldn't really give it out.

That and, honestly, I'm not entirely sure ISPs even keep a record of your history. Not even sure how long they'd keep said list for, either.

Again, look into getting PeerBlock.
#157588 to #157587 - anonymous (10/10/2014) [-]
thank you, peerblock looks like a useful resource for me
User avatar #157571 - tazpy (10/10/2014) [-]
Girlfriend cheats on me two years ago, but I forgive her and stay with her (long story), and this friend that I just recently made now hates me with a burning passion because I still don't completely trust my girlfriend going places alone and whatnot.

Do I have a trust issue, or is this guy just an ass? Because honestly, I still don't think she's earned my trust back after how much that tore me up, but that may just be me being a controlling dick or something, I don't know.
User avatar #157725 to #157571 - dcmp (10/11/2014) [-]
I had a girlfriend cheat on me once
For me, if a future girlfriend cheats on me, I will dump them on the spot. And even if I had the capacity to forgive them, I would have a hard time trusting them ever again.
If anything I have trust issues
I'm amazed that you stayed with her and forgave her, you must really love her. And yes that guy is an ass you have every right to not completely trust your girlfriend.
User avatar #157581 to #157571 - cheated (10/10/2014) [-]
I believe this all depends on how long the relationship has been going on and how much you have experienced with them, how close you two are. If you're not very close or the relationship is fairly new, you should really end things right away. But if you feel very close to them and things have been going on for quite a while, you should understand that people make mistakes and sometimes that mistake really shows the other person how they don't want to lose you. If anything, you could talk to them. You can't really go wrong, after all they're the one that made the mistake, ya'know.
User avatar #157589 to #157581 - tazpy (10/10/2014) [-]
Well, our relationship had been going on for a few months when she cheated, and for about two years and a few months up to now, but in those early months we experienced quite a bit. My favorite memory was bringing a blanket out to the park, watching the stars, and letting her vent about the bad relationships she had been in. She essentially thought love was about nothing but sex.

I talked to her plenty about it, and told her how if that happens again, then it just wouldn't work out. I understand it was a mistake, and she has done nothing like that since. I'm trying to get better at trusting her, and I believe that I've been making progress. When she tells me she went to the mall with friends, I try to not barrage her with questions, but it's almost difficult not to ask question after question.

It probably doesn't help with this being the first relationship I've been in. I really don't know how to handle this stuff.

Damn, you must get a lot of notifications with that username, huh?
User avatar #157618 to #157589 - cheated (10/10/2014) [-]
I feel you. If you honestly think you're making progress and you are happy with her I think you should see what happens down the road and give her another chance. Only a few months into the relationship to have her cheating is not a good sign at all though, that's not to be questioned. When it comes down to it I truly don't think you should base your outcome simply off of what people on here say, I could write up a hundred reasons why or why you shouldn't stay with this girl to try and convince you either way, but you're the one that knows the details about her and about your relationship. You should do what you feel is right. Dare I say, follow your heart?
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User avatar #157619 to #157617 - cheated (10/10/2014) [-]
It posted it twice for some reason... *delete*
User avatar #157577 to #157571 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Has she ever done anything to go outside of your trust since she's cheated?

If not, and if it tore you up that much, it doesn't sound good -- You haven't moved on, at all.
If this is the case, man, then what's keeping you in the relationship? Because it doesn't sound like you've recovered. Which could very well mean, when she did cheat, all of your feelings for her died and never really came back.
User avatar #157590 to #157577 - tazpy (10/10/2014) [-]
She's been completely faithful in the two years since then.

I still absolutely love her to death. If it weren't for her, my dumbass, angsty, 17 year-old self probably would have jumped off a bridge. I guess I can't forget about it because I just don't really know how to deal with this sort of thing. This is the first relationship I've been in.
User avatar #157606 to #157590 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
How long have you two been dating?
What is it, in all, that makes you say that you love her?
User avatar #157872 to #157606 - tazpy (10/12/2014) [-]
Two years and a few months total. I absolutely love her, there's no doubt about that. She's the only person that understands me and she makes me feel so good about myself. She's always supportive, and I've never been happier at any other time in my life.
User avatar #157570 - mexicandudeinsd (10/10/2014) [-]
how do i change my text color? i got a msg from admin that i got 500 thumbs for a comment
User avatar #157578 to #157570 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
It'll be in Items.
User avatar #157744 to #157578 - mexicandudeinsd (10/11/2014) [-]
where do i find the items button?
User avatar #157565 - pokemonstheshiz (10/10/2014) [-]
I had a very drunk gentlemen in a bar accuse me and my friend of being terrorists, and calling us "sand niggers". We're both white as fuck. I can understand close minded racism, but I had zero idea how to react to this. He got kicked out, and the cute bartender took some shots with us and bought our drinks, so everything turned out okay.

Not really looking for advice, this was just a really strange experience.
User avatar #157580 to #157565 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
When certain people get intoxicated, they feel like they can do anything because they are intoxicated.
It gives them a reason to do whatever. Even though they honestly know better.

This was just a guy trying to vent out his emotions on the first people he saw.
User avatar #157567 to #157565 - hektoroftroy (10/10/2014) [-]
How cute was the bartender?
User avatar #157553 - yonderfork (10/10/2014) [-]
Hey guys.

Our dog's been getting on in years. I don't know how old he is, but it's somewhere in the double digits. And for a few months, my younger brother has been messing with the dog, giving it nudges with his foot. My dog, of course, has started barking back. It's been getting worse, with the dog barking anytime my brother gets near.

Just today, it got so bad my dad was talking about putting him down.

He hasn't bitten yet, but today he was getting super aggressive, bearing his teeth with this enraged look on his face. I just want to know if there's anything I can do to calm him down, or if I should just let him get put down.

We're too poor to afford a vet, and moving my brother's not an option, since I have to watch both my brother and the dog for extended periods of time, and both of them move around a lot.

What do I do?
User avatar #157582 to #157553 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Have a talk with your dad about your brother.
Have your dad have a talk with you to your brother.
User avatar #157566 to #157553 - hektoroftroy (10/10/2014) [-]
Try to condition your brother and the dog at the same time.
Like have your brother get close enough to the dog for it to start getting riled up, and have him just leave a treat there, and leave. Repeat, have him get a bit closer each time. Eventually, hopefully, it'll get to the point where the dog will be able to eat the treat from your brothers hand.
I don't know the situation with your brother but I hope that helps
User avatar #157556 to #157553 - ipostcp (10/10/2014) [-]
If it's just your brother them tell your brother to fuck off.
User avatar #157558 to #157556 - yonderfork (10/10/2014) [-]
It's not that easy. He's non-verbal.

But honestly, we should teach him not to mess with the dog.
User avatar #157564 to #157558 - pokemonstheshiz (10/10/2014) [-]
If the dog bites him, I'd imagine he might learn. Don't let a dog get put down for defending itself. The dog is old, it can't take that kind of stuff all the time. It's more than an annoyance, it's obviously causing the dog pain. Teach your brother to have compassion for animals, or at the very least to not be a little shit towards them.
#157552 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
alright guys i need help
im seriously considering hopping a train somewhere and leaving everything behind tonight
find a shit job somewhere, work for a couple years until i turn 18 and then go see world and shit
i got enough money to get far enough away
im feeling like the universe is pushing me to find my own way and all that shit
im pretty superstitious so decided fuck it ill flip a coin
rather than it telling me no and easing my thoughts, i think u know what happened.
the only problem i have with this is how it would effect my family
what u think
im a guy not tryin to be sexist, but its fact guys are better of alone then girls and ive got the street smarts to make it in a city on my own
i know i sound retarded but im fucking bored
User avatar #157568 to #157552 - hektoroftroy (10/10/2014) [-]
Do you have anywhere to stay/a tent or something to keep yourself away from the elements?
That's my major concern. You can always contact your family again, or send them letters with no return address and tell them about whats going on in your life, that you're ok, etc.
#157604 to #157568 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
i would probly bring my tent w/ me and go somewhere warm so i wouldnt have to worry to much about where to stay.
im not too worried about the how or what
more just weather or not it would be worth it
User avatar #157554 to #157552 - ipostcp (10/10/2014) [-]
What's your age.
#157555 to #157554 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
ik i sound like a bitchy teenager lol
User avatar #157557 to #157555 - ipostcp (10/10/2014) [-]
It sounds like you want somebody to say to do it.

How much money you have? You have a job lined up? You have any idea how much food costs a week let alone motels a night?
#157559 to #157557 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
pretty much
minus train/bus ticket id have at-least 100$ not alot ik but im willing to sleep in a park a few nights and ik how to stretch my money
finding a job i figure cant be too hard if i pick the right city and im willing to work a shit job
User avatar #157560 to #157559 - ipostcp (10/10/2014) [-]

To get any job you need an address. You won't have one. You need to look presentable.

You know how much a night a motel costs? 50 bucks min. They won't hiring homeless people. They won't feel sorry for you cause you're a kid. You will be stuck very very far away from home without any way to get back. If you don't go back you will either die in the streets or you will be homeless. You say you have street smarts, is that just another term for a dumbass? You have your fucking life ahead of you, don't fuck it up cause you don't like school or your family.
#157562 to #157560 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
and dont get me wrong i love my family, everything just gets really monotonous
#157561 to #157560 - ronjeremysweiner (10/10/2014) [-]
thanks i think i needed to hear that
an optimist always needs a realist
User avatar #157543 - larsfillmore (10/10/2014) [-]
Don't know what to do with this girl?
I met her on a trip to another city (about an hour away). I got her number and everything and we started talking and in short we just fell in love. Neither of us really dated that much so we were hesitant and she was more of a shy person that kept to herself. Everything was fine for a while but every now and then I wouldn't hear from her for a while. When she came back she would say she got depressed and didn't feel like talking. She called me crying because her parents didn't like her being with me and they were thinking of kicking her out because of it, she hung up suddenly and I didn't hear back from her. So I asked around and asked her friend what happened and she called me and explained what happened and said she would try to talk to me whenever she could. I called a couple of times over the span of a month (I think... I lost track of time) And no answer, no call back... Should I just forget about her or call?
User avatar #157546 to #157543 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
Well it seems that she feels something strongly for you if she was willing to talk to you against her parents' wishes. I'd recommend staying and seeing what happens. After all...you said you fell in love. Now I assume you didn't use that word lightly. It's a powerful word and it means that you are willing to do whatever is in your power for her.
User avatar #157549 to #157546 - larsfillmore (10/10/2014) [-]
Well here's the part I may have left out... I got busy with family and money issues that I haven't been able to try to call her for a month...
User avatar #157569 to #157549 - hektoroftroy (10/10/2014) [-]
You should try and call her again. Even if she's mad or hurt and wants nothing to do with you, trying to fix things, and showing that you're trying, can do a lot of helo
User avatar #157803 to #157569 - larsfillmore (10/11/2014) [-]
I got nothing back from her
User avatar #157812 to #157803 - hektoroftroy (10/11/2014) [-]
Well hell man, I'm really sorry to hear that. There's really not much else you can do :/
User avatar #157550 to #157549 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
Well that's understandable. Family is important. But you should try to see how it goes with her though
User avatar #157627 to #157550 - larsfillmore (10/10/2014) [-]
thanks man
User avatar #157542 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
Hey guys! How's everyone's lives doing?
User avatar #157583 to #157542 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Interesting, to say the least.
Otherwise same-old, same-old.

Working to move out on my own -- Can't even focus on education anymore.
User avatar #157599 to #157583 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
Were you a grad student?
User avatar #157605 to #157599 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (10/10/2014) [-]
Barely even started General Studies before I ran out of money and had to get a second job.
Then I didn't have the time to continue college. Then I quit my second job. Then I didn't have enough money.
Went and worked for Amazon Fulfillment for half a year. Realized I wanted to pursue education instead of working full time.

Don't have any money, again, and parents are moving -- I want to stay.

At the moment, I'm working a part time job, renting my own room at a friend's house, and just seeing where life takes me.
User avatar #157611 to #157605 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
Well I hope things work out for you. It sounds like it'll be a difficult path ahead.
User avatar #157547 to #157542 - nigalthornberry (10/10/2014) [-]
I always feel tired
User avatar #157551 to #157547 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
So do I. I'm thinking that this constant low energy for me has something to do with the food that I eat. I don't always have access to fresh food, so I'm pretty low on energy most of the time.
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User avatar #157544 to #157541 - ScottP (10/10/2014) [-]
What is this? Is this your question, or someone else's that you terribly copied and pasted from Yahoo Answers?
User avatar #157545 to #157544 - larsfillmore (10/10/2014) [-]
I don't feel like typing on mobile so I copied it
User avatar #157539 - jorgethemaster (10/10/2014) [-]
#157540 to #157539 - anonymous (10/10/2014) [-]
...to suck dick.
User avatar #157535 - anusdestoyer (09/30/2014) [-]
**anusdestoyer rolled user bizzareslam **

If you were a fruit you'd a fineapple

but seriously gimme advice on how to tell a girl you like her
User avatar #157548 to #157535 - bizzareslam ONLINE (10/10/2014) [-]
*walk up to girl*
*tell her you like her*
*get rejected*
*go home and cry*
#157534 - dogziller (09/30/2014) [-]
what're yous guise advice to getting better sleep schedules in? I've basically become nocturnal for the most part, and part of it is my browsing habits, but now my social life is really hurting.
User avatar #157624 to #157534 - kothaex ONLINE (10/10/2014) [-]
sleep later and later until you're back to normal
it doesn't really work in reverse which is probably what you're trying

staying up later is easier than sleeping earlier
User avatar #157592 to #157534 - tobituary (10/10/2014) [-]
I've had pretty bad insomnia in the past, and the advice my therapist gave me has really helped.
Choose a decent time you want to go to bed, and a time you want to wake up. An hour before bed, cut out all screens completely. No TV, computer, phone, tablet etc. Read, Draw, play cards , etc but get into a routine and stick to it every single day. Always get up at the time you set, no matter how much sleep you've got. You may feel like absolute shit for the first few days, but you're resetting your body clock here and in the longer run it will pay off.
When your trying to get to sleep but can't, it's the most frustrating shit in the world. If you get anxious or worried about not being able to sleep, get out of bed immediatley. Because at that point you've entered a viscous cycle of worrying about sleeping/not sleeping and it's not helpful. Go and do something brain numbing for a while; play 21 or read a book (One that isn't too thrilling for obvious reasons). Write down whatever in your head (Seriously it helps)
quatre has got some great advice, but another thing to add is that your bedroom should be as dark as possible when your trying to get to sleep. If you can see your hand an arms length away, the room is too light.

Good luck, if your problems persist for much longer though you gotta see a doctor, they know better than any of us.

User avatar #157595 to #157592 - dogziller (10/10/2014) [-]
yeah i can totally agree with the whole no looking at the clock. one thing that always makes me worry is how much sleep im getting and it make me feel like i need to hurry. really going to bed at about 12 seems the norm for me now, and i think i'll make that my schedule, but reading and stuff like that will probably help. thanx alot bro.
User avatar #157593 to #157592 - tobituary (10/10/2014) [-]
Another thing I forgot to mention is, between the times you've set for sleep/getting up under no circumstances should you look at the clock. If that means throwing out a wall clock then so be it; set your alarm before you go to bed and turn the clock away from you. Knowing the time when you can't sleep just adds unnecessary stress to everything.
User avatar #157538 to #157534 - makotoitou (09/30/2014) [-]
go to bed
#157536 to #157534 - anonymous (09/30/2014) [-]
Go to bed.
User avatar #157537 to #157536 - dogziller (09/30/2014) [-]
yeah thanx for the advice but when im wide awake at like 4 oclock in the morning, and i only get tired around like 9 in the morning, then i kinda have a problem
#157563 to #157537 - quatre (10/10/2014) [-]
Here's what I've found to help when I need to operate withing the socially acceptable waking hours:

1) get up at a decent hour. that's before 8am, everyday. even on off days or weekends, get up and stay up.
2) cut out caffeine. no coffee, soda, or energy drinks
3) do something that requires exertion, daily. go to the gym, take a run. do something to sweat over, and do it for an hour (or more as your fitness dictates)
4) don't eat or drink 3 hours before bedtime.
4.1) set a bedtime. stick to it. plan for 7 hours sleep.
5) turn off any screens at least an hour before said bedtime. no tv, phone, or computer.
6) have a comfortable volume to sleep in. dead silence can be okay or it can magnify that dripping sink/noisy cricket. avoid the ipod or radio and opt for a fan or desktop fountain.
7) get a temperature you're comfortable sleeping in. generally cooler air promotes sleepiness and even more effective sleep. just use appropriate blankets.

short-term solutions: a few fingers of whiskey or your liquor of choice, for obvious reasons. masturbation or sex releases sleep-inducing hormones.
User avatar #157530 - baditch (09/30/2014) [-]
Going through a rough time. Please post gifs that will cheer me up.

And thanks.
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User avatar #157513 - syrenthra (09/30/2014) [-]
So, I've been becoming friends with my crush recently and while we were texting earlier she asked if I knew if the health center on campus would be able to put her hip back in place. I answered I don't know and that should could just go ask and worst case is no, and she mentioned she wouldn't have time today and then I mentioned she could call and ask them. That was the last text then.

(This is just a thought, I have no proof this is what was planned)
A little while later it occurred to me that she COULD have been trying to get me to offer to help her, which could have led to other things.

Have I just read to many stories of guys missing signals that were obvious, or did I just miss one myself?
#157529 to #157513 - anonymous (09/30/2014) [-]
When she's got it fixed ask her if she'd like some help knocking it out again? Badoom-tsh.
User avatar #157523 to #157513 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/30/2014) [-]
At most, this seems like an awkward/ bad attempt on her part to strike a conversation.
If anything, it leaves you open to ask how she's doing and such.
And no. It wasn't a move. You're over-thinking that if you see it as a possible boot-call.
User avatar #157525 to #157523 - syrenthra (09/30/2014) [-]
I wouldn't call it bad attempt at conversation, I mean I am a sophomore and she is a freshman so it would make sense that she would ask If I knew if the health center could help her out. Besides, we usuall don't have many conversations that last over text, we talk well in person though

Like I sad, I didn't know if this could have been one or not, just looking back on it, it seems like she was trying to get me to help her with it.
User avatar #157515 to #157513 - focalanemo (09/30/2014) [-]
Nah, her problem she needs to fix it. It is pretty odd to call/go to a health center to for someone else's problems.
User avatar #157517 to #157515 - syrenthra (09/30/2014) [-]
She said it is easy to fix, she does it for her mom, she just can't do it on herself. Which is where my thought of, she was possibly trying to have me offer to put it back, came from. Just hoping I didn't miss a signal is all
User avatar #157520 to #157517 - focalanemo (09/30/2014) [-]
Even if you missed one, there will be many more signals to come
It is not like she will completely cut off all communication with you.
User avatar #157512 - derpyhoovezz (09/30/2014) [-]
So now im currently in a Emotionally Abusive relationship...

Me and my Ex were together for about a good 8 months, then her mom broke us up because she thought i was abusive (long story) and currently she is makeing us stay apart for 2 weeks to keep what happened from happening again

Right now its about its about 3 days into the 2 week break up and ive made her agree to not Hold hands, Kiss, or hug any other guy while we arent allowed to date on day one and already she goes and gives a "pop kiss" to this Douche Bag (Long story short with him, hes a Douche Bag crackhead who is a player, yet for what ever reason my Ex has liked him ever since they met, and even fucking though he knows were together he has been hitting on my Ex ever since day one) and her Excuse is "Oh were not dateing, its not a big deal" then later we met up and she was sweet at first hugging all over me and trying to kiss me, then later she starts being a dick saying how she was talking to her friends about selling the jewlery i bought her(When we were together) for Weed Money and shit like that, then allittle later she sticks a wad of some kind of paper into my pocket which i then discover upon pulling it out its a fucking picture of us while we were dateing that she has had with her for ever, and to her it was no big deal and it broke my heart... Anyways shes been using the "We cant date, my mom said so" as a excuse to go and do what ever she wants with that Douchebag until her mom lets us date again

I really want to break up with her and never have anything to do with her again, but theres like something inside of me that says dont do that, like ill never be able to forgive myself if i do... and i just dont know what to do...
#157527 to #157512 - anonymous (09/30/2014) [-]
Get rid of it.
User avatar #157522 to #157512 - focalanemo (09/30/2014) [-]
That doesn't sound like a very great gf...
Sometimes change is better, sometimes it isn't.
In this case though: IMO it is a better for a breakup and find someone better for yourself.. but only time can tell if made the right decision.
User avatar #157516 to #157512 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (09/30/2014) [-]
Not entirely an emotionally abusive relationship.
Yes, you're both still 'together,' but she's acting extremely immature.

Break up with her. Cut all ties. Move on.
Let her do whatever she wants, man. Just never go back.

She's damaged you enough. Breaking up with her won't even begin to compare to the damage she's done to you.

Also, clearly you're both in high school, eh?
It is what it is, man. A high school relationship. These come and go.
User avatar #157495 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
No idea where to post this so it's going to be here. Mods can place it somewhere else they see more fitting if there is one.

Anyways, I'm a 17 year old male and never had a beer. I'm about to drink one right now.
It's Coors light. Yeah I know sissy beer but it's all I have and my step dad isn't even supposed to drink at the house so I have no idea why they are here.

First sip: Reminds me of wine. Except I can actually take chugs of it without a bad taste. I think I like it. I got a buzz in my head/vision due to the fact that I did something I'm not supposed to. Yeah, I'm not really a rule breaker. Also notice, that it tastes like carbonated water more than anything.

Chug: Nothing really new here, except the buzz is kind of going away. And I could feel my heart beat once, as in I kind of heard it through my body(The same way when tap your jaw basically).
User avatar #157502 to #157495 - haydentheviking (09/30/2014) [-]
bud light is probably the worst beer to have first

it taste really watered down
User avatar #157503 to #157502 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
This also taste really watered down.
User avatar #157505 to #157503 - haydentheviking (09/30/2014) [-]
i correct myself its coors light even worse

yeah dude that was a poor choice of beer
User avatar #157507 to #157505 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Didn't have much of a choice. All we had. Damn, I'm really disappointed now.
User avatar #157508 to #157507 - haydentheviking (09/30/2014) [-]
should of waited for something thats not coors oh well
User avatar #157510 to #157508 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
I'll see if it's a good beer next time I try it.
User avatar #157496 to #157495 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
I kind of want to drink it like a soda. You know, take a sip then wait a minute. Then drink again.
User avatar #157497 to #157496 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
I see nothing special about this what so ever. It taste like seltzer.
User avatar #157498 to #157497 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
I'm really reluctant to drink more just due to the fact that it taste like seltzer. I never really like seltzer.
User avatar #157499 to #157498 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Okay, the aftertaste just hit. Why the hell does it taste like brown? How do I even know what brown taste like?
User avatar #157500 to #157499 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Haha, these are the best burps I've down in my life so far.
User avatar #157501 to #157500 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Okay, just took a huge chug of it. That was a very unsatisfying burp. Was too weak.
User avatar #157504 to #157501 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Is there better tasting beer? Because honestly this taste like shit and piss mixed with a couple aceseltzers.
User avatar #157506 to #157504 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Decided to put on some death metal.

Also notice I'm getting a bit of a headache. And my vision is getting a bit harder to focus. Also not blinking much. What the hell? I thought I just drank a beer. Not smoke crack.
User avatar #157509 to #157506 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
All I've got is a quarter left. I really don't want to finish it just because it taste like shit and piss watered down.

That was a pretty nice burp there also. One more chug and I'm dumping it.
User avatar #157511 to #157509 - aliennova (09/30/2014) [-]
Time to see if this affected my game what so ever.

ALthough I highly doubt I could get worse at CS:GO than I already am.
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