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User avatar #146924 - erikus (07/27/2014) [-]
I'll try to sum this up:

My gf has been seeing his ex ever since we started dating. He is a vulture waiting her to come back with him, as she did several times before. The difference this time is she started dating someone (me) so I expected her to stop going out with him, but I told her that she could do it progressively, as she thinks he's her friend.

That was two months ago, now I'm tired of reminding her that she should have stopped seeing him weeks ago, but she says she's not "emotionally prepared" for that because she's stressed with other problems. But that excuse was given to me before by her, so I gave her an ultimatum. By the end of the next month I want him out of her life, as it's doing good to anybody, or I will be the one going.

While I think I'm in the right, and I'm prepared to accept the risk of her letting me go, I don't feel so good about this, extortion was never a good way for me. Should have I taken another way to solve this, FJ? Or has she gone too far?

Apologize my english. Ty.
User avatar #146946 to #146924 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Her being friends with her ex isn't necessarily a bad thing, although here's the biggest red flag:

> "She says she's not "emotionally prepared" for that because she's stressed with other problems."

You should be that person for her. You should be the person to help her through the good times and bad.
That's half the reason why people date others in the first place. For the emotional support. By being able to be completely open and honest with someone.
You should seek that in only the person you're dating.

This is where many, many people go wrong. Something happens in their relationship and they shelter themselves, and in that downtime, instead of bringing their problems to their 'significant other,' they outsource it and find someone else.

The quickest way to ruin a relationship is to shelter yourself from them, or to seek elsewhere when it feels broken, instead of trying to fix it.

You did right by giving her an ultimatum, although she probably isn't mature enough to choose to stay with you.
Either way you put it, if she's out seeking to fill gaps that could have been repaired, then she's using you right now. She hasn't gone for her ex yet because he's lacking in an area that you make up for. She hasn't chosen you over her ex because you're lacking in an area that he makes up for.
Don't give her the satisfaction of having both. You gave her an ultimatum, but all that's going to do is let her stall for more time.
User avatar #146950 to #146946 - erikus (07/27/2014) [-]
That is a formidable analysis of the situation.

First of all I support the idea of exs being friends, but it has some requirements, like you can't be friend of your ex just after the relationship ends. You need time for feelings to vanish and then move on. In this case, this didn't happen, of course, and they have been together for 4 years (she'd leave him and then he'd beg her to come back, all during these years) .

I trust her in the sense that she wouldn't cheat me, or date me if she wanted other guy. But having his presence in my relationship with her just make things awkward and unconfortable.

I think she's not a bad person, but I guess she's inmature. Anyway as I said I accept the risk and if she doesn't choose me, well, I guess I am not losing a lot.

But thanks, really, your perspective is really clarifying.
User avatar #146945 to #146924 - marinepenguin (07/27/2014) [-]
What you are doing is perfectly acceptable.

My current girlfriends first was on her ass for years after he broke up with her. She'd leave guys for him and then he'd immediately back away for months, and the cycle would continue when she got another guy. Two years after they broke up we got together and he started wanting to hang out and talk to her and stuff, and she was going to fall for it again. Until I confronted her about it, and confronted the guy about it too (he's a solid foot shorter and 60 pounds lighter so he didn't want to see me very much). Now she finally got away from him and he just kind of obsesses over her, and it's been a year and a half since then.

So the point of the story is that this shit happens a lot and I think you are completely in the right here. She needs to detach herself from him, or you will detach yourself from her.
User avatar #146947 to #146945 - erikus (07/27/2014) [-]
Thanks dude.

I've been told a lot by friends that maybe they are just friends. But I think you can't be friends with your ex who you dumped just 2 months ago. Also I'm pretty sure he wants her back so it's a false friendship to me. Anyway if we break up I want it to be because we didn't get along, not because some creepy asshole wouldn't let her alone.
User avatar #146951 to #146947 - marinepenguin (07/27/2014) [-]
I can understand that, but most people don't like it when their significant others are friends with their exes. Most people think it's weird, and that they still hold feelings for them.

You made your decision and now it's up to her if she wants to maintain relations with her ex, or continue being with you. Good luck man.
#146928 to #146924 - saltybanana (07/27/2014) [-]
maaaan that is a big red flag. i bet she sleeping with this muthaphacvka!

yeah man, honestly this chick is getting brain washed by this other dude. has happen to me before. what i did was i beat the living crap out this dude to let her go. best thing ever i did. know i would NOT recommend this, cause this causes more problems, and she can always go back to him.

"emotionally attached" thats some bullshit man! if you were "emotionally attached" think you still love the person that you/they left you? come on man, should tell her to stop answering his calls. cause im assuming he's brain washing her with old memories n shit. if she doesnt liten to you man, well its time to let this chick go. cause she honestly doesn't appreciate you, and respect you as a boyfriend.

you aint looseing anything IMO
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User avatar #146926 to #146924 - thatnigger (07/27/2014) [-]
I honestly think you did it really well. If you're just a rebound or she's not letting go of her ex because she still holds feelings for her, I think letting her decide is the way to go. If she leaves, you're not wasting anymore time. If she stays, she wants you. If she doesn't do it, you know she's still not over it and can break it off or talk about it more and find out what happens next.
User avatar #146936 to #146926 - erikus (07/27/2014) [-]
Well I don't know if ultimatums are the way to go with this but what other choices did I have? Giving her more time only would make me suffer more.

I guess you're right, she needs to decide, not me. Thanks.
User avatar #146937 to #146936 - thatnigger (07/27/2014) [-]
Feelings don't just take time to go away, you must want them to go away as well.
#146922 - hor ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Hey, I don't know which board to ask so I'm also posting this in technology. I have absolutely no experience with Photoshop and I'm trying to speed a .gif up, could anyone tell me how? Here's the .gif I'm trying to speed up.
Hey, I don't know which board to ask so I'm also posting this in technology. I have absolutely no experience with Photoshop and I'm trying to speed a .gif up, could anyone tell me how? Here's the .gif I'm trying to speed up.
User avatar #147259 to #146922 - trolljunkusa (07/29/2014) [-]
Hey man, if you wanna edit gifs, photoshop is pretty lacking. I reccomend adobe fireworks, as it's more setup for that kind of stuff
User avatar #146925 to #146922 - hor ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Problem solved over on technology.
User avatar #146943 to #146925 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
where's the result?
#146944 to #146943 - hor ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Here ya go.
Here ya go.
User avatar #146923 to #146922 - hor ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
I have the CS6 version of Photoshop if that's important, by the way.
#146918 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
what do i do to stop being so insecure? i've been in a long distance relationship with my grilfriend for a year and a half, she's a gorgeous girl, sociable, funny, sweet, and i sometimes feel as if i'm a drain on her, i'm going to visit her at christmas for the first time but sometimes i feel like she'd be better off being able to date someone who lives closer and who can physically provide for her. i'm the complete opposite of her, a bit of a social recluse, i'm not the worst looking guy in the world but i'm certainly out of her league. i get she's with me for a reason and she's been with me this long for a reason but i can't shake this horrible, horrible feeling.
#146929 to #146918 - saltybanana (07/27/2014) [-]
bro, srs? shes with you for a reason!   
   
dont ever, i mean EVER put your self in that position man! think about it bro? you have a beautiful gf. shes stay with you for a reason, and im pretty sure shes dying to see you on Christmas day. you seem like a lucky man, shit i wish i met more girls like that, all the chicks i go out with are so secluded about them self, that like 70% of the girls i meet.   
   
need to think positive more mate, cant be living life like a sad old man, you seem young. got so much ahead of your life to be thinking like that.
bro, srs? shes with you for a reason!

dont ever, i mean EVER put your self in that position man! think about it bro? you have a beautiful gf. shes stay with you for a reason, and im pretty sure shes dying to see you on Christmas day. you seem like a lucky man, shit i wish i met more girls like that, all the chicks i go out with are so secluded about them self, that like 70% of the girls i meet.

need to think positive more mate, cant be living life like a sad old man, you seem young. got so much ahead of your life to be thinking like that.
User avatar #146906 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
I'm using gimp and how do I colour my background?
#147240 to #146906 - anonymous (07/29/2014) [-]
cry unto the screen about how lonely and crazy you are, how utterly broken of a person youve become that you had to be locked away from the rest of society in order to protect people from you, then say the name of the color you want and it will become that color
#146970 to #146906 - masterboll ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
>2014
>isnt using photoshop
User avatar #147071 to #146970 - cognosceteipsum (07/28/2014) [-]
Is photoshop better?
User avatar #147112 to #147071 - masterboll ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
if you know how to use it, yes
User avatar #146949 to #146906 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Any more detail you'd like to give?
User avatar #146953 to #146949 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
Soon, but can't right now. Need to sleeep but can't sleep.
User avatar #146917 to #146906 - hsm (07/27/2014) [-]
Look up a tutorial, i'm sorry i don't use gimp
User avatar #146911 to #146906 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
with gimp
User avatar #146901 - lobselvith (07/27/2014) [-]
Facebook is giving me shit about "logging in on another device". I input my birthday, and then it tells me that it doesn't match up with my account. Is there any way I can bypass this security thing? Otherwise, I'm screwed.
#146930 to #146901 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
You're kind of out of luck if you gave Facebook a fake birthday.
I'm not sure how to bypass it...
User avatar #146931 to #146930 - lobselvith (07/27/2014) [-]
The birthday on my facebook is right, though. So I don't even know why I'm having this issue in the first place.
User avatar #146916 to #146912 - lobselvith (07/27/2014) [-]
I can't because of this birthday thing.
User avatar #146919 to #146916 - hsm (07/27/2014) [-]
you might have entered you bday wrong when you made the account
User avatar #146894 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
>met girl
>we talk and interact a bit
>hug
>i console her for her mother who had died in cancer
>i decide to take it to the next level
>ask her out
>"when we're both doing better"
>goes off and sits down with another groups of girls and she is visibly ecstatic
>come back to the same place (mental hospital we were both incarcerated in) and she barely contacts me
I have a suspicion that she feels this will get more serious and that she then has trouble processing it like. She is in love with me too I think and she can feel it, but she just... she has trouble expressing it. That's what I think was going on. I now welcome speculations, I'm out to find the Truth and not what pleases me. But since she was initially so ecstatic, what would be different? Maybe she feels safe with me right now and because of that we don't have to interact all the time, much like my parents don't interact all the time?
User avatar #146972 to #146894 - hoponthefeelstrain (07/28/2014) [-]
she's in a mental hospital... obviously some things aren't exactly right... just give her some time to come around and get her stuff together.
User avatar #146961 to #146894 - misticalz ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
yeah no one is obviously mentally okay there.
I wouldn't want to get into people's emotions at a mental hospital bud
User avatar #146907 to #146894 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
yeah how about ya don't try to pick up chicks at a mental hospital you fuck
#146902 to #146894 - dehumanizer (07/27/2014) [-]
>hug

fucking normalfag, gettoutahere before i sudoko you
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User avatar #146895 to #146894 - malimrav ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
maybe she isn't ready for relationship, maybe she wants to sort out her problems first and feels that dating would just complicate things. Give her some time and try talking it out to her
User avatar #146898 to #146895 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
Then I will do other things in the meanwhile and live my own life
User avatar #146899 to #146898 - malimrav ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
It doesn't mean she doesn't like you, you should definitely keep in touch with her if you you think she is in love with you.
Living your own life is always a good thing, best of luck to you mate
User avatar #146900 to #146899 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
Thanks man. Yeah, I have her on facebook and I'm probably going to be signed out of the hospital any of these days really, so there's no biggie, we can take a break
Thanks man. And to you I give advice: listen extra hard to songs, there may be a hidden meaning
User avatar #146897 to #146895 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2014) [-]
Alright, you're probably right man, thanks brother and peace be upon you
#146884 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
I feel like, I'm super fucking bland. Like, I can hold a conversation with people pretty easily. They go something along the lines of, "So what are your hobbies and interests". I mean, I don't exactly have any interests that girls or possibly guys would be interested in. I mean, I like guns and vidya games and I don't dare say I like japanese cartoons. Naturally these things kill a conversation generally.

Should I feel this way, or like should I just forget about it? Also, texting people can be hard for me since it's sorta hard to carry a conversation through text, especially if it's a long distance relationship.
User avatar #146915 to #146884 - aesis ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Reading all your comments you sound a lot like me. The best thing I found is just spout some bullshit you wouldn't normally say. For instance, if someone asked me whether I got a new job or something I'd usually just say "Yeah", but I'd maybe just expand it by saying "Yeah, the interview was a pain in the ass" which usually leads to them asking questions or bringing up their own experiences. Just add some extra details, enough to open up another part of the conversation.
#146886 to #146884 - minutes (07/27/2014) [-]
Let them talk. Ask questions mostly and throw in some experiences you made. At a party, a really good thing to talk about are previous partys if they contained something worth mentioning.
User avatar #146887 to #146886 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
I don't really like to drink or party in general.
#146889 to #146887 - minutes (07/27/2014) [-]
Concerts, events, generally funny storys are all good topics. I mean you don't sit at home EVERY day right? Just talk about these few days where you went out and had fun.
#146891 to #146889 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
I had a bad upbringing and didn't have a very good childhood and teenage years. I don't exactly have anything pleasant to say about those years. It's actually really sad now that I think about it.   
   
I have a few work stories, but like, nobody can relate to them. Besides, not a lot of people find my humour funny.
I had a bad upbringing and didn't have a very good childhood and teenage years. I don't exactly have anything pleasant to say about those years. It's actually really sad now that I think about it.

I have a few work stories, but like, nobody can relate to them. Besides, not a lot of people find my humour funny.
#146892 to #146891 - minutes (07/27/2014) [-]
Well you can still always ask questions i guess. Maybe you should find more hobbys then? I mean it's never too late to join a club or pick up another activity.
#146893 to #146892 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
Trust me when I say, I would really enjoy something new, but the thing is... I work like 6 days a week, I'm saving up for college and I'm currently waiting to start my GED program. I'm practicing driving and I'm also possibly looking at an apartment. I'm just very busy you know?   
   
It sucks, it really does.   
   
Thanks for the help anyway though. I just wanted to know if I sorta am boring or something.
Trust me when I say, I would really enjoy something new, but the thing is... I work like 6 days a week, I'm saving up for college and I'm currently waiting to start my GED program. I'm practicing driving and I'm also possibly looking at an apartment. I'm just very busy you know?

It sucks, it really does.

Thanks for the help anyway though. I just wanted to know if I sorta am boring or something.
User avatar #146888 to #146887 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Depends on the parties you're going to; All of the parties I go to have no alcohol/ drugs.
Change up your friends, man.
#146890 to #146888 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
Try moving across a continent. I have like 2 friends here, and one of them I barely talk to.
#146920 to #146890 - hsm (07/27/2014) [-]
Have a bigger picture
User avatar #146883 - priestofkarp (07/27/2014) [-]
I'm thinking about beginning to write but I don't know where to start. My teachers always said I was good at writing but that was always based on given topics and some time has passed so I don't know if my writing has gotten any worse. I hear fan-fictions are a good start but I also hear fan-fiction is pretty pathetic. Aside from that, I only have a few very rough ideas for stories but nothing solid. Any ideas, suggestions, or tips?
User avatar #146896 to #146883 - malimrav ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Short stories are good start. You don't need some super original idea for practicing. Just come up with some idea and build on it.
User avatar #146877 - iamawhitenigger ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Did I fuck up too badly, or can I fix this?
>meet female friend of older brother
>shes attractive, about 7-8/10
>hang out with her over summer
>rates me 7/10 and probably would bang
>a year passes
>contact her by phone
>catch up a bit
>remember she had this thing where she would answer ANY question you had about her. and I mean ANYTHING.
>asked her if she was dtf
>she didnt respond
> I panicked a bit and kept saying how she could do worse and it would be a one time thing and what not
>lied to her that I was high
>she hasn't said a word to me since
What do?
User avatar #146908 to #146877 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
>female friend of older brother
yeah hows about we don't bang close friends and fuck up everything
User avatar #146913 to #146908 - iamawhitenigger ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
She wasn't that close.
User avatar #146914 to #146913 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
oh just shoot her then
User avatar #146882 to #146877 - gandaalf (07/27/2014) [-]
should have said you were joking right away
'you could do worse'
wtf bro
User avatar #146881 to #146877 - thatnigger (07/27/2014) [-]
Maybe she changed in a year and doesn't have any emotions towards you right now. I think you rushed and I dunno if it can be fixed.
#146872 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
> Friday
> meet cute girl
> kissing, touching
> she gives me here phonenumber
> tells me to call next day
> dont
> now it is sunday and im leaving town 5hours
> should i text here and try to land a date or is it retarded since i we met drunk late night friday?
User avatar #146909 to #146872 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
call her, but do it in a funny accent
User avatar #146880 to #146872 - thatnigger (07/27/2014) [-]
I think you should leave it, she might be pissed that you didn't call and it'll just get complicated especially with you leaving town.
#146885 to #146880 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
well... i did it anyway... she barely remembers me, but we chatted and she is going is is going to where im going in a month... currently trying to get a meet up but no reply yet.. this is harder than chess
#146866 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
What does anxiety feel like? I need more than Googling "anxiety symptoms." I want to know what people who have it say it feels like.
#147177 to #146866 - anonymous (07/28/2014) [-]
imagine 2 new people find a way to enter your body
they both drink 50 cups of coffee
grand fight ensues
then they commence to rapping
ok they want out NOW
but they have no clue as to how to escape
so they squeeze every vein in your body
User avatar #146863 - ilikethisusername (07/27/2014) [-]
hey guys need an advice, i've started giving my kitten sold food but the food is so hard she chews one tiny bit in like 5 minutes and she doesn't eat the rest. we've been giving her the canned food for a long time and she stopped eating the canned food. we thought that maybe she needs the solid food so we went to a veterinarian and asked them. the doctor said the kitten needs to eat the Hill's Healthy Advantage food or something ( You need to login to view this link ). So we got her that but now she is having trouble eating it, i don't think she has learned how to chew so its troubling for her. any tips on how i can help her eat it? or should i stick to canned food? i want her to eat the dry food because then we can leave it outside and she can eat it whenever. i also think dry food is better for her...i don't know why though. but anyways, any tip is good enough.

another questions i have is that my kitten is an orphan kitten, we've been feeding her water through syringe for long now, she doesn't know how to drink water. i tried putting the tip of her paw in the water so she can trust the water, but no luck. she doesn't drink a lot of water. we feed her water once a day a full syringe, it seems for her. any idea on how i can get her to drink on her own? thanks.
User avatar #146977 to #146863 - coconuthat (07/28/2014) [-]
Okay go to a super store that has a pet aisle, or even a petsmart (if in USA) they have SOFT kitten food, it's solid but soft for her to eat and gets her on the right track, when you give her water try just barely putting her bottom jaw in the water, do not push her nose under the water, that way she'll lick the water off her mouth and might start drinking water, she'lll get the idea eventually!
User avatar #146980 to #146977 - ilikethisusername (07/28/2014) [-]
she stopped eating completely....i don't know whats going on with her. before she wanted to eat the solid food so badly but she couldn't chew on it, now we brought her the wet food and everything, and she's not even eating that.

after 4 hours, we started feeding her ourselves, opening her mouth and putting the food in. she would chew it but doesn't wanna eat from her bowl.

i put the water in the bowl close to her and tried putting two or three drops in her mouth, eventually she bowed down herself and started licking the water. so she's okay with that now.

thanks for replying dude, no one else did. i'm just worried about her not eating. its just not normal.
User avatar #147158 to #146980 - coconuthat (07/28/2014) [-]
As long as she's drinking the water that's very good, she'll stay hydrated.
User avatar #147157 to #146980 - coconuthat (07/28/2014) [-]
Hmm, it might be because of the change in her diet so quickly, cats can be stressed out when things change. So just give her some time, but if she still hasn't eaten after a couple days take her to the vet, she might be ill. Is the wet food kinda chunky? If so try mixing some water or kitten formula in it to make it little more mushy, Her belly might be having trouble digesting the chunks. It'll still be chunky but not as chunky. How old is she btw?

If you ever have any questions you can friend me and pm me anytime! I've raised all my cats kittens because she just didn't want them after they were born. And i've raised some off the streets. It's not easy so i know where you're coming from.
#146857 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
My friend just told me he thinks white people can't be discriminated against and believes in reverse racism. I told him that's not true and white people could be and he said some shit about white men in history were evil and enslaved every race. I joke around with my friends calling them niggers and fags but it's jokes and we know it. I never try to disrespect and he tells me those words are wrong to say and that I'm a racist for saying them. Telling me how only blakcs can only saythe word nigger and gays can only say fags. He's an annoying white guilt ridden asshole to be around anymore. We grew up together but I don't wanna be his friend anymore. How do I stop being his friend? Also, Is he right that It's racist to say those word to people?
Also signing in as anon because of anger and embarrassment.
User avatar #146910 to #146857 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
if a friend gets offended by your jokes and insults you he ain't a friend. cut the SJW twat, fuck his mom, and call him a nigger.
#146865 to #146857 - confusedasian (07/27/2014) [-]
Your friend is an idiot. Everyone can be a victim of racism.
#146864 to #146857 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
just an fyi, say nigga and not nigger. Black people call each other niggas and it's a much more friendly term. Nigger sounds way too harsh when said by anyone of any race.
User avatar #146861 to #146857 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Depends on the context. If they're you're friends and you use it jokingly, then it's fine.
If you use it offensively, it's not.

Anyhow, racism is a doubled edged sword.
When I was a kid, my three friends and I rode our bikes to the park.
When we got there, we noticed there were only two swings. Friend 'A' and I called dibs on the swings. Friends 'B' and 'C' got there first.
Clearly, Friend 'A' and I were a little mad; We totally called dibs.
Friend 'A' and I tell them: "Hey, we called dibs! It's out swings!"
Friend 'B' and 'C' play it up, 'cause they were faster, and start to brag: "Hey, we got here first, it's ours!"
Typical kid stuff.

On the park bench nearby, where two people.
They started yelling at Friend 'A' and I.
> "Hey, FUCK you fucking say you little shit? I'll fucking kill you. I could slice your fucking neck open right here and right now you piece of shit. You fucking racist cunt. I've got connections, and if I ever see your fucking racist honky ass here again we'll fucking kill you, you fucking hear me kid?"

Why did they do this?
It was all because Friend 'A' and I look more Caucasian. Friend 'B' and 'C' look more African American.
The two sitting on the bench, were by all means, your stereotypical niggers.

Once friends 'B' and 'C' noticed what was happening, they got off the swings and we just left the park. We weren't going to listen to that.
The only racist ones there were the two on the bench, cursing out kids telling them they'd "fucking kill" them and their family, all because of kids being kids.
User avatar #146862 to #146861 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Sorry for the typos and random words. I shouldn't type when tired.
Tired Typing.
Not.
Even.
Once.
#146859 to #146857 - baitdoesnttalkback ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
hook him up with activies and cancel at the last minute a lot. prompt a fight where you guys are gonna either get really mad and you will finally end it or you will work things out by getting things out in the open. provoke to solve
#146858 to #146857 - ipostcp (07/27/2014) [-]
It's situational. If everyone knows your kidding, but somebody doesn't like it still, then don't say it. Simple as that. You know it bugs him so why do you say it?
#146845 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
I've been having this issue a ton lately and was wondering if anyone else may have this problem or has had it in the past. Over the last year or so, I keep fading in and out of reality, or at least my perception of it. I look at my girlfriend sometimes, I know who she is, but I don't recognize her. I feel like sometimes reality is a dream. My dreams are too real. My reality is too surreal. I don't know what's up with me... Hopefully someone here can relate.
User avatar #146853 to #146845 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Are you the same person as this guy?
funnyjunk.com/advice/125709#125709

Anyhow, I would seek professional help.
Such as a psychiatrist.
They'll be able to help you out here. Way more than FunnyJunk can.
#146854 to #146853 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
No that's not me. I don't feel like a different person or feel like I'm in a different universe. Just my dreams and reality run together so sometimes I'm not sure what is real or not.
User avatar #146855 to #146854 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Ah.
Well that's not entirely a bad thing, but something that professionals can help with.

Just keep going through the motions and see how things go.

If you're really paranoid, there's a few key things to tell if you're in a dream or not:
en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Lucid_Dreaming/Induction_Techniques#Reality_checks
User avatar #146849 to #146845 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
THE PORTAL IS OPENING
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User avatar #146848 to #146842 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
deliver the D
#146846 to #146842 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
What do?   
If I were in your situation, I would end the relationship, and I'll tell you why:   
   
Communication, openness, and honestly are a must for any relationship.   
She's slacking in all areas. She isn't trying to keep the relationship going. She's actually going for the opposite, with the way she's acting now.   
   
Maybe try going to her and telling her that you feel like the relationship has been more one-sided recently, and see how things go.   
See if she owns up to it.   
   
But most importantly, it can't keep going the way it is.   
Personally, I wouldn't give her an ultimatum. She's taken an immature route at ending the relationship. You should dump her for being immature and not trying to do anything to fix the relationship when it needed fixing, or by bringing up problems she has with the relationship.   
   
It hard to do so and it sucks, but that's all you can do. Either that or keep dragging around the baggage.   
Dump her and move on. Be the mature person.   
   
If you love something, set it free.   
I once dated a girl. We went together well. Everything about her made me happy. It was the only genuine happiness I had felt in such a long time... I loved her.   
Yet she was bound to her insecurities; She could only love if the person in question hated her. Whenever "that time of the month" came around and her hormones went in full swing, she'd go on and on about how much she loved her ex and how they were made to be together.   
Hearing that over and over again really hurt me. I couldn't take it. I burned those bridges and ended it. I shut off the light in my world. Some people don't want to change, and sometimes all it takes is for you to step in and tell them that you won't continue playing their games. Now, I'm not telling you to burn bridges; but I am telling you to sit down with her and talk with her, and if she refuses to open herself up to you, then dump her. It'll do you no good to continue on with it the way it is now.
What do?
If I were in your situation, I would end the relationship, and I'll tell you why:

Communication, openness, and honestly are a must for any relationship.
She's slacking in all areas. She isn't trying to keep the relationship going. She's actually going for the opposite, with the way she's acting now.

Maybe try going to her and telling her that you feel like the relationship has been more one-sided recently, and see how things go.
See if she owns up to it.

But most importantly, it can't keep going the way it is.
Personally, I wouldn't give her an ultimatum. She's taken an immature route at ending the relationship. You should dump her for being immature and not trying to do anything to fix the relationship when it needed fixing, or by bringing up problems she has with the relationship.

It hard to do so and it sucks, but that's all you can do. Either that or keep dragging around the baggage.
Dump her and move on. Be the mature person.

If you love something, set it free.
I once dated a girl. We went together well. Everything about her made me happy. It was the only genuine happiness I had felt in such a long time... I loved her.
Yet she was bound to her insecurities; She could only love if the person in question hated her. Whenever "that time of the month" came around and her hormones went in full swing, she'd go on and on about how much she loved her ex and how they were made to be together.
Hearing that over and over again really hurt me. I couldn't take it. I burned those bridges and ended it. I shut off the light in my world. Some people don't want to change, and sometimes all it takes is for you to step in and tell them that you won't continue playing their games. Now, I'm not telling you to burn bridges; but I am telling you to sit down with her and talk with her, and if she refuses to open herself up to you, then dump her. It'll do you no good to continue on with it the way it is now.
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User avatar #146860 to #146856 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
It's all on her, man.
At worst, maybe things were moving too fast for her. That would be the only possible excuse if it were your fault, but even then it's still her fault for not stating so.
She should be open and honest with you, and she's failed to do so.

Best of luck to you, man.
Being alone sucks, but to me it's about equal as having a girlfriend. Both have their ups and downs. I'm fine with either or. Sometimes I'll likely prefer the other. It's a fun cycle.
User avatar #146932 to #146860 - letting (07/27/2014) [-]
Really appreciate the advice, we'll see how it goes. I'm going to remove these comments for privacy reasons (even though they are pretty vague, but I'm a tad paranoid)

Thanks again, best of luck to you as well.
User avatar #146933 to #146932 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
Anytime, man.
If you wish, I can delete my comments as well.
User avatar #146838 - superstephtime (07/27/2014) [-]
www.funnyjunk.com/Cringe+Comps/funny-pictures/5165531/ this is what makes me wanna continue the cringe comps
User avatar #146844 to #146838 - awesomerninjathing (07/27/2014) [-]
i dont give a shit

most of the users on this site are exactly like the people in your shitty comps and yet they find joy out of making fun of them, its funny
User avatar #146836 - shacmaster (07/27/2014) [-]
Long story but I need to vent, so last year my uncle died, the man who raised me to be the person I am today, taught me some pretty great things. He was also the only one who actually gave a shit about me, see my parents kind of got a bit uhh, how do I put it... Destructive. Like they've been training on bandits to level 100 destruction. So I lived with my uncle for a few years, he taught me pretty much everything I know. He even trained me the best way he could for me to join the army. But my family always though he was the scum of the earth, never told me why they just said he was and that was it, no arguments or get your ass kicked. And what blows the most ass is the fact that nobody mentioned what was going on with his funeral, there were arrangements, it happened I know it did. But the funeral apparently went down on my birthday and nobody said anything until a week later. The one thing he always said is that cowardice is acceptable under no circumstance, and he always described suicide as the cowards way out and that running from your problems will just get you mauled by them. He killed himself, no reason that "we" could find, just out of the blue hung himself. I tried to talk to my 'friends' about it, but they just told me "you should be over it by now" two weeks after he died. So I thought "fuck it, I can deal with this it'll be fine" but instead shit just got worse and worse and worse, I'm definitely not the person I used to be, I'm useless now I'm not as productive and I find it nearly impossible to socialize. One year later and I still feel the same way I felt when I got the news. What the fuck do I do.
#147170 to #146836 - anonymous (07/28/2014) [-]
look at it this way
a man looks at a noose
then looks at the world
then decides the noose makes more sense.
do you really think he is thinking straight?
NOW
you get the easy way out by blaming all your troubles on him
he was sick man
let it be
#147168 to #146836 - anonymous (07/28/2014) [-]
it makes me sick how shallow you are, and so incredibly misinformed about suicide. the man considered his options, and chose the one HE wanted. you cannot say this was a cowardly move because you were not in his head. perhaps in a temporary state of misery and chemical imbalance he chose a path you don't like, yet the choice was his to make. you come across as much more the coward because you aren't living either. guess what......it's not all about you. celebrate the positive aspects of the mans life.
#146852 to #146836 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
If your uncle saw you today, what would he say to you?   
   
It is sad that your uncle died, but you should move on.   
He's gone. There's nothing that can change that. No matter how much you dwell on it, it still won't do you any good.   
   
Remember him for who he was. Remember what he's done for you.   
Apply this to your life and use it to better not only yourself, but others around you.   
Take the best of what you've seen in his life, and apply it to your life.   
This is the way you should remember him.   
   
Family is hard to live with and get along with. There needs to be one person who is the middle ground, or else they'll turn on each other.   
You need to be that middle ground. No matter what they say about you, no matter how different of views they have, you need to be the bigger man. You need to be above their drama. You need to be the mature person. You need to be understanding of them.   
You are the one that will keep the family together.   
   
Go live life to it's fullest. If any of your deceased family members could say anything to you, they would tell you that. They would tell you to go out and live and enjoy life.   
Do just that. Focus on the present. Don't hold focus to the past, for it'll only distract you from the present. You need to live in the now. Not in the past. What's done is done. What's happened has happened. There's no changing it. Accept this and move on and continue on through your life. If your uncle was such a role model to you, then go out and be what your uncle was to you to other people. Be that person for those who need it. Be there for others and help them through life. Remember your uncle for the great he has done, and continue it on.
If your uncle saw you today, what would he say to you?

It is sad that your uncle died, but you should move on.
He's gone. There's nothing that can change that. No matter how much you dwell on it, it still won't do you any good.

Remember him for who he was. Remember what he's done for you.
Apply this to your life and use it to better not only yourself, but others around you.
Take the best of what you've seen in his life, and apply it to your life.
This is the way you should remember him.

Family is hard to live with and get along with. There needs to be one person who is the middle ground, or else they'll turn on each other.
You need to be that middle ground. No matter what they say about you, no matter how different of views they have, you need to be the bigger man. You need to be above their drama. You need to be the mature person. You need to be understanding of them.
You are the one that will keep the family together.

Go live life to it's fullest. If any of your deceased family members could say anything to you, they would tell you that. They would tell you to go out and live and enjoy life.
Do just that. Focus on the present. Don't hold focus to the past, for it'll only distract you from the present. You need to live in the now. Not in the past. What's done is done. What's happened has happened. There's no changing it. Accept this and move on and continue on through your life. If your uncle was such a role model to you, then go out and be what your uncle was to you to other people. Be that person for those who need it. Be there for others and help them through life. Remember your uncle for the great he has done, and continue it on.
User avatar #146850 to #146836 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
get the fuck up and do shit. like nigga stop being so sad. get a slurpee or something
User avatar #146837 to #146836 - superstephtime (07/27/2014) [-]
Their is so many WWE puns I wanna use Shit man i'm super close with my uncle bought me up to be the girl I am today so i'm sorry for the loss and also it's not a thing you get over it will be in your life forever so don't try to deny that it happened. And this might not make any sense to you but it sounded as if he considered himself a coward if you think about it... saying being a coward is not acceptable (That is what you said right) and problems will come up and maul you so when you end your life you end your problems at the price of death... anyway that's my interpretation of it.
User avatar #146839 to #146837 - shacmaster (07/27/2014) [-]
Use the puns damn you
Well it doesn't really make any sense for him to just drop out, he was the "manly man" kind of person, so he would have never thought of killing himself especially after he had a kid.
User avatar #146840 to #146839 - superstephtime (07/27/2014) [-]
but they contain chris benwa Anything bad happen in his life?
User avatar #146841 to #146840 - shacmaster (07/27/2014) [-]
I knew it. Well he served in Northern Ireland but he saw a psychiatrist pretty much straight after because, well grenades aren't good for the human mind.
User avatar #146833 - thisisestonia (07/26/2014) [-]
I'm looking for pics for the artist Katie Boyle of Koven, she is english, can't find shit myself
User avatar #146835 to #146834 - thisisestonia (07/26/2014) [-]
wow, that's so fucking smart, why didn't I think of that myself
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#146822 - rollmania (07/26/2014) [-]
Hello, fellow funnyjunkers, gentlemen & ladies. I came here for an advice about love/dating.Well, where do I start... I was at a party about 4 years ago with my best friend and his cousin - one year younger than me, REALLY pretty, like a model - we had some drinks, talked, laughed.. you know, then we went to sleep in this small room and she let me touched her, heh (no sex). We didn't  talk about it next day. And I didn't see her for like 2 years, even though I wanted, then she came for a festival in our town and we had a short talk. And now in 2014 spring/summer, I met her again at the festival, had a good time, then I went over to her town and we talked a bit. I guess it became pretty obvious I want her to be more than a friend - I really do her lik her alot. And yesterday we had a party at my best friend's place, only 4 people, including her. I brought her a present from Greece, where I was on holiday, a necklace. And the thing is.. I really don't think she's interested in me so much because every time I try to hold her hand she pulls her away or when I want talk about something more intimate she stops me. I mean I went to her city, I invited her to the festival and to the party. And she always came but never really took interest in me - I even walked her to a place where she was staying in our city and all it got me was "good night". I'm thinking about letting her go. I try where ever I can but it seems useless.. I really don't want another girl to break my heart again. Should I keep trying or should I stop seeing her?  Sorry for long post and any grammar/spelling mistakes
Hello, fellow funnyjunkers, gentlemen & ladies. I came here for an advice about love/dating.Well, where do I start... I was at a party about 4 years ago with my best friend and his cousin - one year younger than me, REALLY pretty, like a model - we had some drinks, talked, laughed.. you know, then we went to sleep in this small room and she let me touched her, heh (no sex). We didn't talk about it next day. And I didn't see her for like 2 years, even though I wanted, then she came for a festival in our town and we had a short talk. And now in 2014 spring/summer, I met her again at the festival, had a good time, then I went over to her town and we talked a bit. I guess it became pretty obvious I want her to be more than a friend - I really do her lik her alot. And yesterday we had a party at my best friend's place, only 4 people, including her. I brought her a present from Greece, where I was on holiday, a necklace. And the thing is.. I really don't think she's interested in me so much because every time I try to hold her hand she pulls her away or when I want talk about something more intimate she stops me. I mean I went to her city, I invited her to the festival and to the party. And she always came but never really took interest in me - I even walked her to a place where she was staying in our city and all it got me was "good night". I'm thinking about letting her go. I try where ever I can but it seems useless.. I really don't want another girl to break my heart again. Should I keep trying or should I stop seeing her? Sorry for long post and any grammar/spelling mistakes
User avatar #146851 to #146822 - makotoitou (07/27/2014) [-]
deliver the D
#146829 to #146822 - minutes (07/26/2014) [-]
Well you could tell her directly what you want and how you feel, just to be absolutely sure. I mean you don't want to have that feeling of doubt right? Because it's obivous you have that now. And no, that won't go away. If you cut all contact now, you will forever ask yourself "What could have been?"

You're prepared for the worst case scenario, you already think about giving up. Why not give it a last shot, with all you have? Speaking from experience, a no is better then nothing.
#146825 to #146822 - rollmania (07/26/2014) [-]
Thanks for any replies. I see it the same way, sadly.
User avatar #146824 to #146822 - thatnigger (07/26/2014) [-]
She's already tested the water... She doesn't seem interested in swimming in it. I say move on, its for the best.
#146823 to #146822 - anonymous (07/26/2014) [-]
I think the time is past for going after her. my suggestion would be to move on. Sorry mate..
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