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User avatar #125414 - cuteee (04/03/2014) [-]
OK, right, I wasn't sure where else to go... and well, FunnyJunk has always been like a home to me.
Here's the problem... I've been feeling more and more depressed as these weeks go on. The reasons being; I'm a music producer, and I have been for 4 years, but I really suck at it and I don't see myself getting better. I'm starting to suck terribly at school. and. The main reason being... I have a girlfriend. She's 2 years younger than me, and is absolutely amazing. The trouble is, I'm so so so shy, and I find it hard to talk to her... but, we get by. Buuut... She's all I have left to live for. I don't have any friends, apart from her and my best friend Jake. Problem is, Jake is also best friends with my girlfriend... and those guys hang out at school and after school. I don't have a problem with that, but I feel as though she deserves someone more like him... and I've been driven to cutting and suicidal thought because I don't see a point anymore... sorry for ranting, but, I needed a place to get this off my chest. sorry guys...
User avatar #125418 to #125414 - balliwog (04/03/2014) [-]
Well bud first things first with your producing gig, if it's a paid job you're gonna have to work harder to get better. If it's a hobby you want to make a job, same deal, work harder at it or look at other avenues you could go down, because if you're good at your job and you like that, it's gonna be nothing but beneficial for you. Now if you're having trouble actually talking to your gf, thats warning signs right there. She's supposed to be the one you can trust with everything. You need to get over the shyness and be a good boyfriedn to her. Because if you think your friend is better than you, chances are she will given time as well. I don't want to be a dick and say "Man up", but in this instance you need get up and do something about your shit. Get work doing what you want to do, and stand up and be a good boyfriend. That will make you a ton of a lot happier I can assure you.
User avatar #125420 to #125418 - cuteee (04/03/2014) [-]
Yeah it's more of a hobby, but, thank you, I'll try my best on that front. As for "manning up", I see what you're saying. But I can talk to her about everything and anything, but, It's like, she's all I have, but she has a huge array of friends, hobbies, and everything. She dances, acts, and has turned down multiple scholarships because she's "happy where she is". But, I'll try my best to get over it, it's just hard, I'm an emotional cripple and I cry all the time.. but thank you so much man. thank you.
User avatar #125421 to #125420 - balliwog (04/03/2014) [-]
Try getting in on her activities. Branch out and make new friends. S'all good lil nigga
User avatar #125422 to #125421 - cuteee (04/03/2014) [-]
I'll try my best. Thank you man ^^
User avatar #125393 - rokkarokkaali (04/03/2014) [-]
How do I motivate myself to do homework? I don't want to see my grades drop because then everyone would make a big deal out of me not getting high grades and shit but at the same time, I can just get home and go on the computer for hours.
#125994 to #125393 - samueltheawesome (04/06/2014) [-]
Play dark souls instead of tf2 and then you would probably rather do your homework. better to just shut up and do it tho
Play dark souls instead of tf2 and then you would probably rather do your homework. better to just shut up and do it tho
User avatar #125439 to #125393 - iridium (04/04/2014) [-]
Play all the fucking tf2 you want. Just be prepared to live with the consequences.
User avatar #125395 to #125393 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
nigger do your homework
User avatar #125399 to #125398 - awesomerninjathing (04/03/2014) [-]
shitty game with a shitty economy tacked on
User avatar #125400 to #125399 - rokkarokkaali (04/03/2014) [-]
User avatar #125402 to #125401 - rokkarokkaali (04/03/2014) [-]
stop being dumb
User avatar #125403 to #125402 - awesomerninjathing (04/03/2014) [-]
stop being a fucking waste of oxygen and do your homework
#125419 to #125404 - spookyexplain (04/03/2014) [-]
tf2 is bad. Play a hard game like eve online, now that's time consuming
User avatar #125383 - ferrettamer (04/03/2014) [-]
For French class I have to make a rant in the style of Cyrano de Bergerac(they are kinda like monologues) , so it has to rhyme and shit, and I can hardly rhyme in English so I'm fucking screwed. It can be about anything, what should it be on and how should I go about doing this?
User avatar #125434 to #125383 - teoberry (04/04/2014) [-]
je suis noir
User avatar #125435 to #125434 - ferrettamer (04/04/2014) [-]
Congratulations friend
User avatar #125436 to #125435 - teoberry (04/04/2014) [-]
Merci! Bon appetite!
User avatar #125390 to #125383 - awesomerninjathing (04/03/2014) [-]
omfg I loved Cyrano
User avatar #125392 to #125390 - ferrettamer (04/03/2014) [-]
It's k, it's kinda funny I guess. I hate reading plays though
User avatar #125396 to #125392 - awesomerninjathing (04/03/2014) [-]
a la fin de lenvoie je touche :^)

I read that in grade 7 lol
User avatar #125397 to #125396 - ferrettamer (04/03/2014) [-]
Yea I liked that part it was pretty great.
User avatar #125387 to #125383 - misticalz (04/03/2014) [-]
Go on hating and ask people to rhyme about shit they hate
User avatar #125394 to #125387 - ferrettamer (04/03/2014) [-]
It has to be in French
User avatar #125388 to #125387 - misticalz (04/03/2014) [-]
the topic could be
"Shit I hate, a collection"
User avatar #125378 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
So, I have no idea what to do so i'm coming here. Got decent advice in the past.
I have aspergers, young adult and I have depression and anxiety. Really bad. I only go out the house about once a week, no that is not exaggerating. My therapist thinks I have BD as well.
Problem is, I try to fight all this but recently as I look into aspergers more it seems to go with the territory. It is theorised that a lot of ASD comes with an issue with serotonin uptake.
I'm totally fucking terrified that I will be like this forever. That no matter how hard I fight, It is in me biologically. I don't know what the fuck to do, I can't live like this.
User avatar #125524 to #125378 - ipostcp (04/04/2014) [-]
I feel extremely bad for you. My dad has it, he is a blood labratory manager making 70 dollars an hour, but.. he has a lot of issues.

I lived with him for 5 years and I got hurt by him almost every day. I just hope you don't turn out the same way with the anger and lust issues.
#125523 to #125378 - tyroneisanigger (04/04/2014) [-]
As someone with Asperger's who just like in your case, hardly ever leaves the house I actually know what you're going through. Though I can/'t really provide you with a thorough answer as myself, haven't exactly figured out how to communicate effectively with people. I say that in the indirect meaning, Yes I can "technically" talk to other people but mainly what Asperger's is is the inability to recognize facial expressions, and struggle with interpersonal side of communication.

My best advice is find a significant other who is above and beyond accepting of Asperger's syndrome. As for a career, try to find something that fits your personality type. For example, My friend, also has Asperger's has ADHD along with Asperger's and he is really energetic, all the time,so a fast paced, constantly changing job would be a good fit for him. For others, that do not have the "hyperactivity" with Asperger's a slower, repetitive environment might be a good match for them, And that's okay.

For me, I see being a security guard, or a police officer(in a fairly large city of 200K) is just slow and repetitive enough but at the same time changes enough to not get

The above advice is more long term. To deal with it in the short term, I recommend having a talk with your therapist and ask them what they think you should do. In my opinion, avoid any medication. For something you can do by yourself, try reading other people's experiences with Asperger's and what helps them cope with living with Asperger's Syndrome. It helps me when I feel like this.

Sorry if this is long. If you ever want/need to have input from someone with Asperger's PM me.
User avatar #125440 to #125378 - iridium (04/04/2014) [-]
BD? Bipolar? You have to have manic episodes in order to have Bipolar Disorder.

Do you have a diagnosis of Aspergers as well? A lot of young people seem to want to point the finger of what is "affecting them" to Aspergers, but I can tell you as a person with Asperger's that there's a boatload more to it than depression, anxiety, and being non-social, and there's more at work than a mere serotonin deficiency.

Let me tell you from experience: nothing is going to get better if you get caught in the mindset that "it cannot possibly get better". The first step towards fixing a problem is acknowledging it's a problem, and the second step is acknowledging that it can be fixed. You will only be stuck in it forever if you let yourself be. Personally, I refused help for a long time because I insisted that I didn't have any condition, that it was just me being a failure at communicating with people, despite there being a lot more factors involved besides a lack of desire to socialize or empathize with people. Once I was willing to open up to people actually willing and able to help, things got a lot easier on my own mental burden. That's not to say I don't have my quirks and occasional bouts of sadness and angst because of it, but who doesn't actually something up with their personality and periods of sadness and frustration? Probably someone who is very boring.

Depression is an emotion. An extreme case, but it is one that can at least partially be influenced by cognition and mindset. So no, you're not going to be this way forever unless you let yourself or want yourself to be so. And I would advise seeing a psychotherapist if you can, someone who knows a lot about the issue.

Also, try to get yourself out of the house when you can, it is a better stress reliever than people give it credit for. Having something to do and work towards is nice, and lack of Vitamin D can be correlated to depression.
User avatar #125448 to #125440 - thedumbledore (04/04/2014) [-]
Ok, First of all, yes. I have a diagnosis of Aspergers from real qualified people, not doctor google. I also should have specified that BD is body dysmorphia, not Bipolar disorder. I know with aspergers there is a LOT more than a serotonin deficiency, but it is one theory with a bit of evidence as to why people on the autistic spectrum have a high rate of depression and other psychological issues- that just makes me worry that no matter how hard I try, I might not be able to overcome this bullshit.

That's the issue I have, I keep getting caught up in 'episodes' of the feeling of it won't get better. I am trying to get better, I am seeing a qualified individual but I was wondering what people do when they get that feeling that it won't ever go away. People don't seem to get what I was asking, I think I worded it wrong.
User avatar #125449 to #125448 - iridium (04/04/2014) [-]
I just wait through it, and talk to people (close family) about how I feel. Usually when I get sad about something I'm over it pretty quickly because there isn't much point to being depressed about something, though at least that's my rationale when it comes to it. Either I can sit and mope or I can do something about it and move on. That isn't always the case though. I've been in the position where I feel like the depression, the isolation, and my own weaknesses won't go away, even scared of it. Usually I talk to my sister about it, as she's someone I know who won't be judgmental, and getting it off my thoughts and with someone who is sympathetic and willing to help out often is a lot of relief.

Emotions don't sort themselves out, but I doubt you'll feel this way forever. Just give it some time, and make sure to spend time around those you do trust, even if there aren't many people like that. I find that to be very relieving of my own inner turmoils.

Body dysmorphia on the other hand I don't know really much about, so I can't offer advice about that.
User avatar #125441 to #125440 - iridium (04/04/2014) [-]
And Hawaiian is right that "you are who you are". But that doesn't mean you can't work to better yourself, that you always have to be a certain way, and that the best way to deal with things is to lie down in a corner and never do anything about them or work to overcome them.
User avatar #125391 to #125378 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/03/2014) [-]
I understand how you feel, sort of. I don't think I have aspergers, but I do keep to myself often and sometimes feel sad for no real reason.

You are right, you are who you are and nothing can really change that, but I think serotonin is right. You have to start somewhere to change, it's a slow process so you have to be patient.
User avatar #125409 to #125391 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
How do you deal with the feeling of it being eternal though?
I know it's an odd question, but i can't word it any other way. I'm learning ways of coping that work for me with anything else- with a bit of aid from here, actually, but this is new to me and I don't know how to deal.
Therapist is fully booked until end of april, so I thought I'd come here again. Helped with a panic attack technique in the past.
User avatar #125380 to #125378 - serotonin (04/03/2014) [-]
If you cant live like that maybe you should change how you live?
User avatar #125381 to #125380 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
I appreciate 99% of advice, but that is BEYOND stupid. I can't change anything at the moment. I am in no place to.
I am currently working just not trying to off myself and get out of my fucking bed in the morning.
User avatar #125417 to #125381 - serotonin (04/03/2014) [-]
you said `` I don't know what the fuck to do, I can't live like this.`` also now ``I am currently working just not trying to off myself``. That is exactly why I said what I said. I didnt mean SUCK IT UP but that maybe you should change your sourounding and way of life. Change town, go to fucking nowhere and work as a farm hand for a month or two. travel somewhere. Cooping with change in envioremant and life might get life juice flowing. Aspargers might be problem in doing this but hell, you cant just sit on your hands and slide down.

Now, I am not psychotherapist (i am just ordinary psychologist) so you should discus this with your therapist if you descide to take my advice
User avatar #125384 to #125381 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
nigga he gave good advice. you're fucked in the corner harder than a white twink picking up the soap. You gotta change something.
User avatar #125412 to #125384 - serotonin (04/03/2014) [-]
thank you kindly
User avatar #125405 to #125384 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
I'm not actually asking for advice on my life as I live it. I was just giving some background. I was looking for advice or people who have gone through the feeling of it being forever.

Saying to someone who is depressed or has a serious issue 'well, maybe sometime needs to change' is just so irritating.
Really? No fucking shit! That's what I have a therapist for. 'Just change something' is not easy even for a regular person. It's not 'good advice' it's just the most obvious thing ever.
User avatar #125406 to #125405 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
well if you're gonna yell then fuck you then.
User avatar #125407 to #125406 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
You as well. I never shouted, nor did I swear at you. I'm trying to explain my frustration with that statement.
User avatar #125408 to #125407 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
and i'm saying you're a nerd that needs to git gud
User avatar #125410 to #125408 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
Riiiiiight, well this has been nice and all but I have to speak to people who have a bloody ounce of understanding.
User avatar #125411 to #125410 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
I understand your a bitch
User avatar #125558 to #125411 - revengeforfreeze (04/04/2014) [-]
Just get the fuck out, man, you're annoying.
#125356 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
So i have a problem with my eyebrows
I pluck them alot and get zits between them every now and then i usually pop them
but no i notice that i have a slightly darker area between them thats red sometimes could they be scarred?
User avatar #125379 to #125356 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
I get darker/irritated skin for a while with plucking, but after moisturizer it usually goes away.
Don't pop zits. It spreads all of the yucky stuff on your face and is just likely to give you more of them. It CAN scar, but it won't often. Leave the area be for a while, don't pop and more zits and maybe try a different method of hair removal if it is REALLY bothering you. Threading, waxing and even some special facial hair removal creams are an option.
Just never EVER fucking shave them. My mate did it, and it was hilarious.
User avatar #125363 to #125356 - Ottovan ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
Frequent irritation to one spot of your skin, like plucking hair or popping zits prematurely can cause scarring and dark marks.

Wash your face thoroughly with aloe soap, and don't pluck your eyebrows more than once every 2 weeks.
User avatar #125360 to #125356 - suspicious ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
User avatar #125359 to #125356 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
plucking = ingrown hairs
don't pluck
User avatar #125353 - kalvissh (04/03/2014) [-]
hey guys. Does anyone know how to stop a panic attack? I'm 18 years old and i live in a lot of stress. This is freaking me out.
I hope you guys can help me.
User avatar #125361 to #125353 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
Having a lot of stress makes you stressed?
User avatar #125371 to #125361 - kalvissh (04/03/2014) [-]
Yes, i'm really nervous.
I hope none of you guys ever get a panic attack. That shit is awful.
User avatar #125373 to #125371 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
My gf has anxiety. Kinda know the feel. Best I can do is hold her and tell her it's ok.
User avatar #125376 to #125373 - kalvissh (04/03/2014) [-]
I'm watching a youtube video and women in video says to avoid alcohol, coffee and suggar. I've started to drink more often and i like coffee. Looks like i'm going to drink less.
How often does she get panic attacks?
User avatar #125375 to #125373 - Ottovan ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
Talk to her about my advice in the comment below. Anxiety, stress, depression, fear, panic is all things created by the human brain.

If your brain created it, it can also get rid of it.
User avatar #125355 to #125353 - Ottovan ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
Breathe in through your nose for 4 seconds, hold it for 4 seconds, then exhale through your mouth for 4 seconds.

Do this repeatedly while using your brain to tell your heart to slow down.

Monks use this technique to keep tranquility. The human brain can control your body in many ways.

Look at the palm of your hand. Now imagine it getting hotter, like your holding a warm rock you picked up at the beach. Feel your hand getting hotter and growing red.

This is how monks keep themselves warm in cold temperatures. Train your brain to talk to your heart and your intuition.
User avatar #125367 to #125355 - kalvissh (04/03/2014) [-]
Thanks, i'm going to try this.
User avatar #125370 to #125367 - Ottovan ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
No problem.

Also, if you think of thoughts like a happy memory, or a person you're sexually attracted to can help lower your heart rate. It's all in the mind, baby... It's all in the mind
User avatar #125372 to #125370 - kalvissh (04/03/2014) [-]
I've found some raxing music which is an hour long and i'm going to listen to it. Maybe more than once.
User avatar #125351 - funnyjunkianonetwo (04/03/2014) [-]
So FJ, I just found out that one of my best friends cut himself because of something his parents said to him, and I really want to say something to his sister, as I don't know how his parents would react (They're crazy), but I don't know if I want to cause him some shit cause I feel like it is only gonna be a one time thing. What should I do? Wait and see if he cuts himself again or tell his sister ASAP?
User avatar #125385 to #125351 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
tell him to git gud
User avatar #125369 to #125351 - suspicious ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
Tell sister if the parents might make things worse.
User avatar #125362 to #125351 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
Tell her. He may not like it but it's for his own good.
#125349 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
So a few weeks back I posted about how I had become scared to go into public on my own since being chased through a park earlier that day, and being held at knife point the year before.

I've doing the journey home with friends or family ever day since, but I'm still absolutely terrified about going out by myself. I'm not sure if it's because of my past experiences, but for some reason I feel like my area has got a whole lot worse lately. For example today on my way to school this guy fairly aggressively asked me if I smoked (presumably wanted a cig/lighter) and I absolutely bricked it. Then on the next bus some other guy was shouting, hitting windows, barging past people and looking for trouble. I got a few dodgy looks, and felt like the only reason it didn't escalate was because I was with so many other people.

Which brings me to my next problem. In about a months time, I will go on study leave. Because of the way [continued]
#125352 to #125349 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
my exams are scheduled, I will have to make the trip to and from school on my own on 13 different days, all at 'odd' times (going into school 12ish and coming home later then when most schools finish for the day) I'm absolutely terrified to the point where I've bought a 3rd fucking calculator to give to one of my teachers, just incase I get mugged on the way and lose my other 2 (All subjects are dependant on me having a scientific one and If I dont have one I will straight up fail)

I don't want to live like this, unable to leave the fucking house on my own. I feel pathetic. Up untill I was held at knife point late last year I could easily go out, I'd been doing it for a good 6 or 7 years for no problem but now I'm certain the next time I leave the house on my own, I won't come back.
#125354 to #125352 - confusedasian (04/03/2014) [-]
Where are you exactly? In my mind I'm thinking up north in the United States for some reason. You should take some self defense class, or you don't have to, but it might make you feel more secure.

One of my old teachers was from a bad neighborhood, the advise her father told her was to walk around with your key in your fist with the teeth poking out between your fingers. It's not much, but considering she's here today I'm guessing no one messed with her.

#125357 to #125354 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Aha no, I live in England. I'm sort of a worrier by nature, and because of how close my exams are this year (Ones that will decide if I go to uni) most of my free time is consumed by working (Need AAA or I don't get in). If I do get in though (And If I do, i'll start in october) self defence classes will be a definite, especially as I will be living in a new city and won't know anyone (Christ knows how I'm going to cope) but until then, I just don't think I'll have the time.
#125368 to #125357 - confusedasian (04/03/2014) [-]
You send you're in school, do you know anyone there? You can make friends locally from there and such.

Don't ask me on how to make friends, I actually don't have any.
#125377 to #125368 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
I have plenty of friends at school, in fact I'm friends with pretty much everyone who takes my route in to school. It's just that no-one who does will be taking the same exams as me (I'm the only one in my year who takes the route) and so for these exams they'll be absolutely nobody I can go with
#125389 to #125377 - confusedasian (04/03/2014) [-]
I don't know if you're still there, can you try telling one of your friends this? Maybe they'll make some time to be around you.
#125350 to #125349 - confusedasian (04/03/2014) [-]
What a cliff hanger. I'll be waiting.
#125341 - thefunnyside (04/03/2014) [-]
In the past time I've been feeling horrible, mentally speaking. I get miserable for no apparent reason- I just start thinking about bad things and break down. I was depressed for a good few years up until about 3/4 of a year ago. I even cut myself today for the first time in months. What the hell is wrong with me?

nb4 "you're not thefunnyside at all"
User avatar #125386 to #125341 - makotoitou (04/03/2014) [-]
1.) find happy thing
2.) smile

ta fucking da
User avatar #125382 to #125341 - thedumbledore (04/03/2014) [-]
Sometimes depression can relapse a bit. Did you see a professional for it before?

Hope you are ok.
User avatar #125493 to #125382 - thefunnyside (04/04/2014) [-]
Yeah, I was actually on suicide watch for two weeks
User avatar #125364 to #125341 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
Take a walk on a beach
#125348 to #125341 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
you're not thefunnyside at all.
you're not thefunnyside at all.

#125344 to #125341 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
listen to some good music
User avatar #125342 to #125341 - suspicious ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
If there has been anything at all depressing that's happened to you than its probably causing the random sadness.
User avatar #125339 - winners (04/03/2014) [-]
Ive been scarring really easily lateley like every pimple i get turns into a mark later or if i just get a little scratch, the scar is there for a really long time. is it like a vitamin deficiency or something?
User avatar #125365 to #125339 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
Don't touch them. Just use acne wash
#125322 - ebperik (04/03/2014) [-]
So, I'm having a hard time deciding on whether or not to keep the background on the patch.
What do you think? Any input would be greatly appreciated
User avatar #125366 to #125322 - advicedude (04/03/2014) [-]
put flames and snakes on sides
User avatar #125329 to #125322 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/03/2014) [-]
Put the tunnel snakes on it instead.
User avatar #125328 to #125322 - watermelloon (04/03/2014) [-]
no. dont do it.
User avatar #125318 - dburns (04/03/2014) [-]
Hey im an 18 year old guy and im somewhat over weight (not to bad but i'm chunky). Iv been doing 50 situps 1 night then the next night 50 pushups before i go to bed. Iv also been trying to cut down on what i eat but nothing much more then that just general portion control and less snacks/sweets ect. general stuff. but yeah I was wondering if/when i should expect even the smallest results (i understand itl be weeks but yeah) and just any tips i could follow. thanks guys
#125323 to #125318 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Cardio, man.

If you burn more calories than you eat, you'll lose weight. That's all there is to it, really.
User avatar #125325 to #125323 - dburns (04/03/2014) [-]
Its not so much the weight loss im interested in (i like the idea though) its just im a muscle less fuck. I have about 0 muscle in my arms and no access to any sort of weightlifting equipment.
#125327 to #125325 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Then yeah, push-ups are a pretty good way to go if you don't have weights. As long as you're doing them right, they're good at working your whole upper body & back.
User avatar #125309 - lusir (04/03/2014) [-]
Hey guys, I am thinking of buying a gamimg laptop this summer. I am willing to spend around 1500 euros. What do you think I should get?
#125345 to #125309 - tipseh (04/03/2014) [-]

pick one.
#125311 to #125309 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
get an Asus republic of gamers laptop they're worth every penny
get an Asus republic of gamers laptop they're worth every penny
User avatar #125313 to #125311 - lusir (04/03/2014) [-]
how about MSI laptops?
User avatar #125297 - gabemczombie (04/03/2014) [-]
Anyone here care to assist me with math?
#125319 to #125297 - chaniscot (04/03/2014) [-]
Tell your problem
User avatar #125293 - beatmasterz (04/03/2014) [-]
Has anyone had their wisdom teeth removed? What's it like?
#125294 to #125293 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
yup they knock you out, rip them out, wake up high as fuck go home and have a swollen face for a week
User avatar #125295 to #125294 - beatmasterz (04/03/2014) [-]
Nice, can I request a narcosis or do they only do local sedation?
#125314 to #125295 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
they'll knock you out by IV
User avatar #125315 to #125314 - beatmasterz (04/03/2014) [-]
Really? They didn't do that when they pull out other teeth of mine. They just injected something and my mouth felt like it swole up.
#125316 to #125315 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
wisdom teeth are a whole different animal, when I got fillings or other stuff I was always frozen but they knock you right out for a few hours. make sure you got someone to bring you there and back because you will be right fucked up.
wisdom teeth are a whole different animal, when I got fillings or other stuff I was always frozen but they knock you right out for a few hours. make sure you got someone to bring you there and back because you will be right fucked up.
User avatar #125317 to #125316 - beatmasterz (04/03/2014) [-]
Nice, I've never had an operation before.
User avatar #125324 to #125317 - oborawatabinost (04/03/2014) [-]
I had to have mine out, and they didn't actually knock me out. They only used local anesthesia. And that stuff numbs the gums, but not the teeth... Which he broke trying to get out. It was pretty much the most painful thing I've ever experienced, but I think mine was a rare case. They'll knock you out, and it'll be fine.
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#125291 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
okay guys I need some advice, met this girl about 3 years ago we quickly became good friends and I started falling for each other but nothing really happened, then we kind of broke off from each other for a few years but kept in touch here and there but nothing other then hey how's it going and such, anyways we starting talking again about a week ago and I really like her but the problem is that she had a kid with another guy in those few years we hardly talked or saw each other and I'm starting to fall for her again, I think about her all day and night and it's driving me insane. I don't know what to do bros
#125343 to #125291 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
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User avatar #125330 to #125291 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/03/2014) [-]
She had a kid with another guy, that's a major red flag. Do you feel that you are ready to deal with the drama of being the step dad? Or taking care of a child that isn't yours? What if she leaves you for another guy? It was pretty easy for her to leave her last husband (unless he beat her, then I guess that's understandable).

But if you be with her then you are going to regret it later on.
User avatar #125320 to #125291 - kinggucciswagman (04/03/2014) [-]
Depending on your age, totaly not worth it.
She has a kid?

And comes to you? Correct me if im wrong
No just.. Don't.
You are not willing to play Daddy, you will regret it.
#125326 to #125320 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
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User avatar #125331 to #125326 - kinggucciswagman (04/03/2014) [-]
wus dat supposed to mean?
User avatar #125301 to #125291 - iridium (04/03/2014) [-]
Is she single? Do you want just her or are you willing to play Daddy in a relationship?
#125303 to #125301 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
yes she's single and I am willing to take that risk to be with her
User avatar #125333 to #125303 - Timmietim ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
You gon regret that shit
User avatar #125285 - fladen (04/03/2014) [-]
yo. advice rant i think can apply to everyone asking about high school/ prom. i see a lot of people talking about it and shit like that, and all i can say is, dont fret to much on it. its weird i remember about 3 years ago when i was a senior, it feels like a long time, but its funny how once you graduate and you move on. you realize Like how fast it is. but you dont realize it cause youre so use to it. Waking up, going to school, seeing everyone. repeat. its like a never ending cycle. but it does end. And you know college is cool but high school has a different feel. espicially cause youre around a bunch a people for so long, even if you never talked its like "oh theres Josh, he probably is looking for janet" shit like that, like you know people but you dont know them, its like a community of some kind. you dont really get that at the next level, cause theres a bunch of new faces all the time.

Fuck its like 3 am, kinda drifting off, buut my point is, if you dont go to prom or a dance, who cares, you got the remaining year to do something else, and perhaps the next too if youre a junior and shit. But you only have a limited time, once its over its going to feel like a long ass time ago and for me its only been 3 years. i remember being a senior and thinking freshman year wasnt that long ago, but its different once you leave. you dont want to be in the postion like "man, if i didnt get so mad/angry/sad/ at this thing that happened to me during high school, i could of done more stuff at that time"

Shit just have fun, make the most out of it. fuck your nerves and ask the girl/guy you like out, would you rather be the dude whose like "if only i asked her out" and whine about wishing to go back? no fuck that you can find out Today. if you dont wanna go to prom go have fun doing something else, i didnt go to prom either, but i didnt let it get me down cause i was doing other things i felt were better. find your mark and make it guys before its too late
User avatar #125306 to #125285 - iridium (04/03/2014) [-]
Said it before, and I'll say it again, I have no idea what the hell people see in prom.

I got pressured to go to mine, and when I did go it was a highly overrated experience, and pretty much everyone who went with me, couple or single, agreed. One guy I knew even had his date dump him once he got there to go hang with her friends.
User avatar #125281 - infamoustrapper (04/03/2014) [-]
I have these weird tourettes like twitches a decent amount of the time where my head spazzes to the left and I like cringe, but I like...don't have tourettes. Also it's hard to explain, they're like...not out of nowhere. Like I know it's going to happen and I just kinda let it because it feels like I'm supposed to. It's not all the time either, it's like in specific school periods or places that I know it's going to happen.
What the fuck?
#125346 to #125281 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
you are being possessed by an evil spirit. it will slowly but surely take over your body.

just let it happen, it hurts less that way.
User avatar #125536 to #125346 - infamoustrapper (04/04/2014) [-]
but I like the pain
User avatar #125312 to #125281 - adviceguy (04/03/2014) [-]
I had an ex-girlfriend with something that sounded rather similar to what you've just described, but I have no way of knowing for sure. She had dysautonomia which would cause her to have very similar reactions that she knew were coming.

Maybe your iron is low. They have iron pills you can take, or simply eating more red meat can assist with this if that is indeed what is going on.
User avatar #125535 to #125312 - infamoustrapper (04/04/2014) [-]
I looked it up and I have the main symptoms, but I think it's just a coincidence haha. I'm not for self-diagonsing myself. Also twitching isn't a symptom
User avatar #125286 to #125281 - alexanderburns (04/03/2014) [-]
Could be anxiety.
User avatar #125284 to #125281 - sugoi (04/03/2014) [-]
You should play some chess, I hear that helps.
#125280 - danield (04/03/2014) [-]
4 dead and 16 wounded at fort hood, we were on lock down for a while.   
Whats with the sudden rise in shoot out's in the usa?
4 dead and 16 wounded at fort hood, we were on lock down for a while.

Whats with the sudden rise in shoot out's in the usa?
User avatar #125310 to #125280 - adviceguy (04/03/2014) [-]
Crime rates are, and have been, down and decreasing in the United States. It is simply the rate in which the media discusses these events and the intensity of which they cover it that makes it seem as if the numbers have gone up.

There are many studies that show the crime rate has gone down but the national perception continues to increasingly believe there is more crime.

TL;DR The media is fucking with your head.
#125287 to #125280 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Do you have a national psychiatric system in the US?
User avatar #125288 to #125287 - danield (04/03/2014) [-]
#125289 to #125288 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
I myself think the key lies in there. One of the world's greatest killing sprees was performed by a person whose mother took him to an exorcist instead of a psychiatrist. She believed she was POsessed when he was DEpressed.... ...And he went insane from that point on. They just fucking doused him in holy water.
#125290 to #125289 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Oh, and this was in the US. Seung Hui-Cho
User avatar #125283 to #125280 - sugoi (04/03/2014) [-]
It's a secret conspiracy by the government done to justify taking our guns.
#125278 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Do any of you guys experience what I call slew insanity? Basically, the moments before you wake up you get some really delusional thoughts. Not necessarily wrong , but for example I got the impulse that I has to call ans chit chat with one of my old teachers,also I got the feeling that there was a feature in my room that I can see now while awaken clearly wasn't there. Thoughts?
User avatar #125308 to #125278 - adviceguy (04/03/2014) [-]
I am the least intelligent person in the world for the first five minutes I am awake. Although I don't believe that is what you're asking. This 'insanity' is probably triggered by thoughts in your dreams that really stuck out to your subconscious.
#125332 to #125308 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Yeah.. Subconscious desires.. That might be it.. that is it... considering I .. my teacher .. yeah... enough about that :­D
#125279 to #125278 - StarvedSouthKorean (04/03/2014) [-]
Sleep insanity*
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