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#157291 - ephialtes (09/29/2014) [-]
I actually really need help guys:
I am 17 years old and am studying Physics at A level. I really want to go to university and study Physics and/or aeronautics, as I want become a pilot. However I need maths, and it seems like there is absolutely no way around the fact that maths is essential.
I have pretty good maths skill, I got a B at GCSE but I'm sure if I had studied a little harder I could have achieved an A.
It is around 3 weeks past the 'change point' at my sixth form, meaning the option to change subjects has been closed for 3 weeks and it is pretty much guaranteed that I cannot switch classes.
However, I really want to continue physics at uni.
Is there anyway I could study and take an exam in A level maths outside of school or anything at all?
I'm also studying ICT if that helps in anyway...
#157376 to #157291 - baitdoesnttalkback (09/30/2014) [-]
your 17. im flagging you for being underage
#157315 to #157291 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
What you could do is do a year of accounting, that first year pretty much counts for your maths. That is what my sister did and it helped her get into Radiography.
#157257 - thewillow (09/29/2014) [-]
We are trapped in a turbulent and uncontrollable maelstrom of sentience torment and replication. An existence where all logic and reason is trumped by crude emotions and irrational thinking. Where all protestations and criticisms of this imposition are met with blunt condemnation and dismissal as this cycle of madness and insanity rampages unhindered.

And the flotsam and jetsam of deranged humanity display their pathetic wares like a lunatic might present his crazed imaginings, frothing at the mouth, making wild gestures and his eyes bulging with delusions of grandeur. But we are nothing more than dust, dust upon a spinning rock in interminable space, come from nothing to go back to nothing.

Miracles we are not; just slaves to time and space, insignificant particles that are flung to and fro without rhyme or reason and soon to go the same way as our forbears. Welcome to the world.
User avatar #157298 to #157257 - derpityhurr (09/29/2014) [-]
those are big words son
#157285 to #157257 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
2lasagna4me
#157283 to #157257 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
you again?

stop trying to be deep, even this skeleton has worked that out.
User avatar #157261 to #157257 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
It's not about discovering something bigger than yourself. It's not about finding the true meaning behind life, or having some sort of revelation on the machinations of the universe.

If you said to me that waking up in the morning to see the sun rise against a clear blue sky is the most amazing thing you've ever seen and is something that truly makes you happy, then that is what makes you happy. It's not the fancy cars, or discovering a new element, but rather something so common and so mundane that happens every day. But, regardless of its simplicity, you are happy. And after all, isn't that the point?
#157255 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
Alright, I need some advice, and this is going to be a bit of a read because it involves explanation. So I get social anxiety, I'm an introverted person, I'm really bad at the whole social thing and if I get overwhelmed I get a really bad stutter. When I'm around my friends it's fine, but then there's just the occasional time even when I'm with my friends that I just flip out for no reason and my anxiety gets real bad. But here's what I need advice on. I have a girlfriend, and we've been together for close to 2 years, so we know each other very well. However, she's a very physically affectionate person when we're in public for some reason and that really flares up my social anxiety.

So the other day we were at a thing, and it was me, my sister (my girlfriend's best friend), my girlfriend, and another friend of mine. I was trying to talk to my friend because she wasn't really keeping any conversations running, so then she just straight pulls me away from my conversation and tells me to kiss her. Obviously my social anxiety flares up at this point.

I've had a conversation with her in the past about it and how it sucks and I hate it but it's a thing and I would appreciate her understanding and helping, and lately when I remind her of it, she gets a kind of deal-with-it attitude. So what do I do? Any suggestions?
#157292 to #157255 - dehumanizer (09/29/2014) [-]
Question, how did you get a girlfriend if youre even more autistic than me?
#157296 to #157292 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
No idea, honestly. I'm such an idiot I have no idea
User avatar #157287 to #157255 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Honestly... She's doing that for the attention.
That's not a good thing.

Sure, being affectionate with your girlfriend is great, but it's only great when both consent to it...
You two should, more or less, act more filtered in public than you do in private. Not the other way around.

Social anxiety or not -- She's not a good person if she's in the relationship for attention.

Also, if that friend you are speaking of is a female, then there's a chance your girlfriend is even a jealous person. To the point to where simply giving anyone any amount of attention aside from her will make her jealous...
Again, if that's the case... Not necessarily the right traits your partner should have.
#157290 to #157287 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
The friend in question is male, and I've already established my girlfriend appreciates jelousy. It seems as though it's her life quest sometimes to make me jealous because according to her "I'm cute when I'm jelous" and "It makes me realize how much I need her". Another thing she does that causes temporary distaste.
#157295 to #157290 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I don't know what to tell you, man.   
I don't want to say "She's probably not the girl you should be dating," but it's your life...   
If you don't want to put up with this, then don't. I mean, you can overcome your social anxiety, but you should never change yourself for someone.   
   
Personally, if my girlfriend exhibited any of these traits, I'd dump her in a heartbeat.   
First of all, relationships should stand strong outside of attention. You both should be above that. Otherwise it's not real, man.   
Secondly, she should never purposefully get you pissed off. Never. She's toying around with you, and you're letting her.   
   
She's using you.   
And you're letting her.   
   
Sorry man. I hate to say it, but I don't have much of anything good to say.
I don't know what to tell you, man.
I don't want to say "She's probably not the girl you should be dating," but it's your life...
If you don't want to put up with this, then don't. I mean, you can overcome your social anxiety, but you should never change yourself for someone.

Personally, if my girlfriend exhibited any of these traits, I'd dump her in a heartbeat.
First of all, relationships should stand strong outside of attention. You both should be above that. Otherwise it's not real, man.
Secondly, she should never purposefully get you pissed off. Never. She's toying around with you, and you're letting her.

She's using you.
And you're letting her.


Sorry man. I hate to say it, but I don't have much of anything good to say.
User avatar #157262 to #157255 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Your girlfriend seems like a very outgoing person. I'm assuming she's told you before that you shouldn't think what other people think of what the two of you do in public?
#157265 to #157262 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
Damn, you've got it pinned down spot on, she's told me that several times, yeah
User avatar #157266 to #157265 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Yep. My ex had the same personality and I had your personality. She told me the same thing many times. If she disregards your conversations with a "deal-with-it" attitude, then it might indicate that she likes being in control. Tell me...does she take control of most of your relationship under the guise that you're still in control?
#157267 to #157266 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
not really, she knows she's in control and she know's I know and it's just kind of a given so she doesn't really hide it. I'm a very submissive person and I don't really stand up to anyone, especially her. That being said, I love her a lot and I don't want to lose her because she means a lot to me
User avatar #157268 to #157267 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
That sort of relationship is unhealthy if one partner has more control over the other. Relationships aren't about making the other person happy at the cost of your own happiness, it's about you being happy because they're happy.

I don't know how many times you've tried to come to a compromise with her, but you should definitely strive for that.

There are some medication for social anxiety (or anxiety in general), but I don't recommend going down this route unless it's severe. How often do you spend time with your friends in comparison to your girlfriend?
#157269 to #157268 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
I spend a lot more time with her than any of my friends, she's friends with a lot of my friends and she's there pretty much all the time when I'm with my friends.

As for medicine I don't really need that, the anxiety is unfortunate but I'm slowly getting control of it, however it's just when she forces my hand like that it really flares up.
User avatar #157270 to #157269 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Have you ever felt angry towards her?
#157271 to #157270 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
once or twice when she's being really controlling or manipulative (by which I mean when she gets really controlling to the point of trying to control my actions), but anger isn't really a habit of mine
User avatar #157272 to #157271 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Now I'm just curious here, but have either of you broken down in front of the other in tears?
#157273 to #157272 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
She's a very emotional person, it happens a lot, but I don't remember the last time I broke down in tears at all
User avatar #157275 to #157273 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Sorry for probing you for questions, but I'm just really curious now.
How did you two meet and start dating?
#157276 to #157275 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
We both share an interest in acting and theater and participate in it through the same group, and that's where we met. We were friends for a while and then we started dating.
User avatar #157277 to #157276 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Okay well as for suggestions on what you should do to try and reach a compromise with her, the first thing you need to do is to get her to understand that the situations she puts you through make you uncomfortable. I know that you've tried talking to her about it, but how do you usually approach the topic?
#157278 to #157277 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
I usually bring it up to her in the most non confrontational way I can find, and I try to keep it centered on me, by which I mean using terms like "It would really help me if you didn't do x" rather than "You're doing x a lot, and I don't like it"
From my experience she gets standoffish when you put stuff in terms of her.
However she also does a lot of really weird extrapolation off of whatever I say. For instance, if I say something like "x thing that you do doesn't make me feel very good, here's a little thing you could do to make a decent comprimise that we'll both like." And she'll assume that means I either hate her or she needs to change everything about herself, its weird.
I don't understand women :/
User avatar #157279 to #157278 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, that sounds exactly what I was going through two years ago.

Instead of telling her how much it makes you uncomfortable, you'll probably need to show her. If that doesn't get her to at least start trying to make compromises with you, then that could be an indication that there is an uneven level of respect in this relationship.
#157281 to #157279 - bananaforlife (09/29/2014) [-]
I'll see what I can do, thanks a lot
I appreciate you taking the time to help me, that does help a lot and it helps to just talk about it to make sense of all of it, thank you.
User avatar #157282 to #157281 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
We all need to just talk things out sometime haha
User avatar #157234 - malimrav (09/29/2014) [-]
I need advice with dealing with anxiety. I just moved away from home for my studies and I always knew this is what I would do. When I was moving away both my mom and grandmom started crying and goddamn it hit me pretty hard. Now I'm just spending my time rethinking my life choices. This pisses me off because I already did this couple months ago when I was choosing which college to go to. Also I just worry too much about future, I always like to plan my life, it rarely happens the way i plan it but still but this time I'm taking it too far. I'm thinking about getting a job or where willl I live but the truth is I still have 5 years of education to go trough.

TL;DR How do you deal with anxiety and re-evaluateing your life choices too much?
User avatar #157251 to #157234 - afrodemon (09/29/2014) [-]
what kind of anxiety is it, is it social or just in general?
User avatar #157313 to #157251 - malimrav (09/29/2014) [-]
More of a feeling in general, if I'm in public and don't feel like socialising I just don't speak to anyone. It mostly happens when I'm alone.
User avatar #157411 to #157313 - afrodemon (09/30/2014) [-]
well then i can't really help you, sorry man
User avatar #157235 to #157234 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
I can help you with the choices thing, which may lead to less anxiety.

My best advice on how to deal with reevaluating your life choices and indecisiveness, is to simply accept it. Face it, neither you or anyone has their entire life planned out until retirement, with exactly what college they want to go to, and what career they want to do for the next 50 years. Not when they're that young. It might make you feel worse when you see people your age that do seem to have it all planned out, well good for them, but it's nothing to worry about, because they're just as many people who are clueless.

Basically, don't worry and live in the present. No matter what decisions you make, the world won't end. And you can't force yourself to make a decision and me satisfied with it. Just stay calm and keep thinking about what you want to do. Eventually it will come to you. Until then relax, you'll always have time to think.
User avatar #157241 to #157235 - malimrav (09/29/2014) [-]
Well you are right, I just need to accept that and focus on present. It just bums out when I see some of my friends so confident about their choices but then again they aren't trying to plan that far ahead. Writing all of this and reading someone's opinion also helped a bit with organizing my thoughts. It's not easy just accepting current situation but for now that is the only thing I can do.
User avatar #157243 to #157241 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
People that are confident about their plans and pretty demoralizing, because it doesn't feel fair. Last year I had a friend who was a workaholic, getting scholarships like candy, going to a good university, and intended to become a lawyer. Not a great feeling when I'm conflicted between just choosing what interest I want to pursue.

But then it came into perspective, when my friend who said he really wanted to get into filming, and I thought that he had part of his life already planned out. But I was comforted when I learned he was actually still really conflicted about what exactly he wanted to do.

Just remember that there are plenty of people like you and they all will probably turn out ok. There isn't a real time limit for you to make life decisions, so really you have all the time in the world to decide on a career.
User avatar #157249 to #157243 - malimrav (09/29/2014) [-]
Thanks man, it's always nice talking to someone about this sort of thing, I hope life works out for you and me
User avatar #157228 - irongator (09/29/2014) [-]
almost 6 years I have been here, What should i do now ?
User avatar #157263 to #157228 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
That just made me realize...I've been on this site for about five years now. Time flies.
#157256 to #157228 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
figure out why kids love cinnamon toast crunch
User avatar #157250 to #157228 - fistfireace (09/29/2014) [-]
Stay another six years.
User avatar #157223 - spaceking (09/29/2014) [-]
So I want to make a friend like who shares similar interests/outlooks, but if they're anything like me, they're gonna be really hard to find. Any ideas guys?
User avatar #157264 to #157223 - ScottP (09/29/2014) [-]
Well what are you into?
User avatar #157236 to #157223 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
Uhh perhaps use a website for meeting people, locally of course.
User avatar #157238 to #157236 - spaceking (09/29/2014) [-]
I dont think they have platonic friend sites, really.
User avatar #157240 to #157238 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
Do they have to be in person?
#157242 to #157240 - spaceking (09/29/2014) [-]
I mean   
I guess not.
I mean
I guess not.
User avatar #157244 to #157242 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
Using interests on Omegle can work. Made a Bulgarian friend that way. And if you're into MMOs, and are sociable enough of course, well play MMOs, and try joining a guild, maybe not your style though.

Oh and remember to have a Skype or Kik to use. I literally don't know anything about Kik but it's probably useful in this regard. Using those is for keeping in contact with people you end up meeting.
#157227 to #157223 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (09/29/2014) [-]
Well start by listing you interests/outlooks
User avatar #157218 - fuckallyouniggers (09/29/2014) [-]
Been a user for nearly two years now, and I rarely use the boards. What are they like? My range of shit I like is small
User avatar #157274 to #157218 - ugottanked ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Go to anime board, it's fun
User avatar #157247 to #157218 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Avoid Anime board.
Post one opinion, and everyone goes insane.
User avatar #157224 to #157218 - spaceking (09/29/2014) [-]
Some are pretty cool, but usually there is a core group of users who live there and make inside jokes/post obnoxious reaction images all the time.
User avatar #157221 to #157218 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm just trying some of them out. People don't respond quickly and it's frustrating.
#157222 to #157221 - fuckallyouniggers (09/29/2014) [-]
That sucks, I'm not a patient person
User avatar #157225 to #157222 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
I think it might just be the time that's making people slow though. Some of these poor people are probably going to bed sleeping on these issues.
#157213 - kittyhatesyou (09/29/2014) [-]
I had an ummm intimate skype call with my boyfriend I thought I saw disappointment written on his face, that just confirmed all of my fears about how I look so I waited until a good time to end the call then messaged him about how I felt and why I felt that way. He was and is super understanding and very very nice about it. When we skype now though I can't show my face for more than ten seconds without bursting into tears. What is this? How can I fix it?
Btw the whiny bitch is me
User avatar #157220 to #157213 - spaceking (09/29/2014) [-]
Clarify? Do you mean you think he doesn't like the way you look or what?
User avatar #157219 to #157213 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
If you feel you personally disappointed him then you need to converse with him in a more real situation and show your feelings to him. You're having the feelings resurface because str8 text isn't emotionally showy enough. You would probably feel better to have him physically be comforting to you/ show comfort to you. Nothing against girls but this is the way they're kinda geared. I'm a guy and I have issues discussing feelings about things through text because it cannot be expressed the same way voice, person to person, physical interaction, or even video can.

I've had issues with girls in the past to where we both are two separate people depending on the form of communication. Text we're able to say more, but when it comes to actually being person to person/on the phone we both freeze up and are not as confident or interactive as we are through text.

Depending on the "intimacy" of this situation maybe just text/photo conversations will tend to be more successful for you both.

You may have had your self esteem damaged as well. I would suggest working out a bit if you are out of shape/doing something that will make you feel more beautiful (have a spa day). If your bf isn't telling you your beautiful enough(sincerely of course) that can also lead you to feel less good about yourself.

I'm sorry girls are mainly emotion/comfort and guys are physical. Relationships are hard and it takes good conversation skills and devotion to make things work.
#157214 to #157213 - saltybanana (09/29/2014) [-]
i feel lost?   
   
so are you saying that your fears are that you think you caught your bf cheating or something??
i feel lost?

so are you saying that your fears are that you think you caught your bf cheating or something??
User avatar #157210 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
I know this may not fit the boards services, but would anyone be willing to proofread/give me feedback on my coverletter+resume?

Preferably someone who knows what they're doing and has made successful ones for themselves, or just in general knows what they are?
User avatar #157237 to #157210 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
Sure. I'm not technically qualified, but I've gotten some knowledge of professionalism the last couple years. I can help you out if you want.
#157203 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (09/29/2014) [-]
I can't get motivated to do my school work. What do? I need my grades if I want a chance at Stanford and UC Berkeley
User avatar #157212 to #157203 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
Highschool is really rough in that aspect. It's not especially fair to force kids into so much work and stress at an age where they can barely make decisions properly. If you fuck up bad enough grades wise wait until you've matured and have enough of a drive to be successful and attend a community college/technical college. Ace everything at that college and then apply to wherever you want to go. They'll see you did poorly in highschool and you're trying at things and succeeding. College is much easier than highscool in my opinion so far. I would be considered a senior with the number of credits I have taken and I nearly have a 4.0.

That's my advice, take it or leave it =)
#157226 to #157212 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm actually in a cc right now. I'm in what's supposed to be my last semester (considering taking foreign language classes in the Spring for my own enjoyment. I have straight A's, honors credits, honors society, working full time, and volunteering (as the varsity head coach for golf at a local high school + various activities through honors society). I'm aspiring to be a math teacher/professor and I've been tutoring for 4 years with great success. Ran the school newspaper in high school. Received student of the month award out of 6k students. Created a girls golf team for the first time in my school's history (as a coach) and it turned out to be a huge success. I have loads of teachers that love and respect me from high school, as well as many cc teachers and counselors that insist on writing letters of rec for me.

As much as I'd like to think I have a chance at these top universities, deep down inside, I doubt I will be able to get into a good university. Especially if I am having trouble toughing out the last semester due to lack of motivation. Lack of motivation that stems from somewhere I know not.
User avatar #157280 to #157226 - blkjk (09/29/2014) [-]
It's probably because you're so doubtful of your chances. You're doing something psychologists refer to as a self fulfilling prophecy. If you don't believe in your own greatness and abilities, but rather only see shortcomings/bad things happening you're more likely to have those negative things occur. It's like when people start diets but know deep down they're gonna cave by the next meal. You're doing a similar thing. Remember that you are a capable individual who has been more successful than the general population. Finish up this cc with a 4.0 and apply to the colleges you want, if you get declined (which i expect you wouldn't) ask them what you can do to improve your chances.
#157207 to #157203 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
you wanting to get into those schools should be motivation enough, obviously you dont want it that bad
#157209 to #157207 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (09/29/2014) [-]
good point. thank you, anon
#157202 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
I just wanted to know anonymous's new name....
User avatar #157206 to #157202 - ferrettamer ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
thank mr skeltal
#157190 - ipostcp (09/29/2014) [-]
So, my sister for a long time sorta has been attatched to me. We are twins, so I figured that's why. I'm a boy and she is a girl. We've been through some hard shit the last few years of our life and she really respects me and looks up to me and seeks me for guidance rather than our parents.    
   
Like if she is worried about something she will bring it up with me and nobody else. She seems to be insistent on me and her having bonding time and stuff and what not. I don't really mind to be honest, it is just kinda different I guess from most brother/sister relationships.   
   
Anyway today we got into a conversation about her and the shit she went through when she lived away from me with some guy at a restaurant. I'm not really good with people being sad and cry and stuff like that, but she completely broke down there. She said she attempted suicide when she was with the guy. I'm the first person to know about it and I'm not sure what to do.    
   
I care for my sister a lot and I'd do anything for her and I usually know how to cheer her up, but I'm at a loss for what I'm suppose to do here.   
   
 Any advice to what I should be doing with her would be great.  INB4 incest or something similar.
So, my sister for a long time sorta has been attatched to me. We are twins, so I figured that's why. I'm a boy and she is a girl. We've been through some hard shit the last few years of our life and she really respects me and looks up to me and seeks me for guidance rather than our parents.

Like if she is worried about something she will bring it up with me and nobody else. She seems to be insistent on me and her having bonding time and stuff and what not. I don't really mind to be honest, it is just kinda different I guess from most brother/sister relationships.

Anyway today we got into a conversation about her and the shit she went through when she lived away from me with some guy at a restaurant. I'm not really good with people being sad and cry and stuff like that, but she completely broke down there. She said she attempted suicide when she was with the guy. I'm the first person to know about it and I'm not sure what to do.

I care for my sister a lot and I'd do anything for her and I usually know how to cheer her up, but I'm at a loss for what I'm suppose to do here.

Any advice to what I should be doing with her would be great. INB4 incest or something similar.
User avatar #157239 to #157190 - severepwner (09/29/2014) [-]
I've dealt with a suicidal person before, difference is they were the most stubborn asshole in existence. I'm sure you'll be able to handle this if I could handle that.

I suggest just always being there for her, and get her out of the depressed/suicidal stage if she's still in it. And just don't abandon her, if she can lean on you in that aspect, it will mean a lot to her once she moves on. But you don't need to worry too much, I think as long as you're around for her she won't be in any real danger (from herself). You said you weren't sure what to do, but don't worry, the situation isn't actually volatile as is. Just stick with your instincts and everything should be fine.

And like baitdoesnttalkback said, help her with being independent. I think he might be taking it a little far though in his approach. As you stay close to her and help her, she'll kinda grow more independent on her own. Not to absolve you of responsibility of course, you're going to have to push her that way a little.

Once all of this is said and done, fuck her right in the pussy.
#157246 to #157239 - baitdoesnttalkback (09/29/2014) [-]
fuck off you dont know my life bitch. i can say whatever the fuck i want to you fucking hack. where did you get your fucking doctorate a freaking fortune cookie. go be loser somewhere else im the only fucking winner
#157341 to #157246 - severepwner (09/30/2014) [-]
Come on dude I'm not picking a fight. We're both just trying to help out a dude, and I slightly disagree with your solution, if only slightly. I never claimed to know your life, I never said you could not say what you wanted. This isn't a competition man, we're all on the same team friend.
Come on dude I'm not picking a fight. We're both just trying to help out a dude, and I slightly disagree with your solution, if only slightly. I never claimed to know your life, I never said you could not say what you wanted. This isn't a competition man, we're all on the same team friend.
#157363 to #157341 - baitdoesnttalkback (09/30/2014) [-]
i dont like any of you. im a alpha. i could kick your ass at anything anytime anywhere. mess with the bull you get the horns
#157217 to #157190 - saltybanana (09/29/2014) [-]
just do what an older brother should do and be there to listen to her.   
   
sometimes girls dont want us guys to help them in their problems. they just need someone to listen to them
just do what an older brother should do and be there to listen to her.

sometimes girls dont want us guys to help them in their problems. they just need someone to listen to them
#157216 to #157190 - baitdoesnttalkback (09/29/2014) [-]
help her with her independence. ween her off you slowly. but she can't be that dependent on you. i know shes your twin and stuff but there's gotta be more of a mental health thing if shes that lonley without you. i know twins are bonded closely but you're not even a real twin. just fraternal. so yeah help her figure out some coping methods.

also note. if you asking us for advice i dont think youre the person to talk to her about her problems. i would try to find someone to at least mediate with you guys. you dont want to regret later trying to take on too much then realizing you failed. cause that will cause guilt in you later on if she does end up hurting herself again
User avatar #157192 to #157190 - alecbaldwinning ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Kill yourself. She'll feel the pain of losing you (dumb bitch) accutely and it'll save her life. You must end your life to save hers.
User avatar #157194 to #157192 - ipostcp (09/29/2014) [-]
I thought you said you were nice if people were looking for advice.
User avatar #157195 to #157194 - alecbaldwinning ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm nice to people that aren't stupid cum gurgling fagtarded niggertwats.
User avatar #157198 to #157195 - ipostcp (09/29/2014) [-]
That's not what you said before. You shouldn't lie mayne. Didn't your mom teach you better?
User avatar #157205 to #157198 - tomahawkkit (09/29/2014) [-]
you should try incest or something similar
User avatar #157189 - brackgrapple (09/29/2014) [-]
what's the point in registering for thepiratebay?
User avatar #157230 to #157189 - youngneil ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
You can change the way the lists are displayed.
I signed up just so I can see which torrents are the most seeded more easily.
User avatar #157286 to #157230 - brackgrapple (09/29/2014) [-]
ah, i was told it hides your ip or something and didnt know to believe it or not
#157208 to #157189 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
so the NSA knows who to target first
#157165 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
hey guys,
If you read my story that I had posted earlier, it's night right now, and I'm quite anxious. If you hadn't read my post: I'm scared because of a horror movie, but I'm also anxious and sad. The gruesome images and horrific gore keep popping up in my mind, preventing me from sleeping.

im too embarrassed to tell my family, so i want to ask you guys... what should I do? I just want my old life back... after this movie it just seems like its so difficult to carry on, especially when it comes to sleeping. Please bros, help me out. I need it now more than ever.
User avatar #157180 to #157165 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
What movie?

Also, what comforts me is seeing behind-the-scenes videos from different movies.
Understand that it's all fake, and knowing exactly how, is how I overcome such things
#157182 to #157180 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
it's called tusk, i wrote a vague synopsis below.

and maybe ill try that tomorrow... i don't wnat to risk frightening myself tonight.

If it's okay to ask, are you an alpha or beta when it comeds to scary movies? I could really use some personal advice on how to cope with them and how not to be a god damn pussy...

anyways, thanks for your reply, i appreciate you caring.
User avatar #157185 to #157182 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Ehhh, alpha?
Again, I understand how everything is faked. I know which programs produce which effects, which package said effects come from, which companies made the programs, how much the programs costs, etc.

Back when I was young, my parents decided to cut off our cable... So at night, I'd throw on a DVD, watch the movie, then play everything else afterwards and fall asleep to that. I'd watch every single behind the scenes and post-commentary there was.

Anyhow, for you, I'd highly recommend watching a PG title, eh?
Fall asleep to something cheery and positive.
#157187 to #157185 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
alpha as in like, you can take it and aren't affected like I am.
Interesting, will give it a try... i feel so low though, man, just hating night time lately.
User avatar #157188 to #157187 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I can take it, and won't entirely be affected by it.
Although personally, when it comes to more demonic build-ups like in American Horror Story, I'd rather not watch.

And yeah, definitely find a kids movie that you haven't seen. Or just a good TV show.
I recommend Futurama, Treasure Planet, etc.
User avatar #157175 to #157165 - moarpotatos ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Have you tried masturbating?

Or try praying to mr. skeltal
#157184 to #157175 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
cmon man... i need some real advice here.
#157166 to #157165 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
My brother suffered anxiety from gore and horror movies I am willing to help
#157168 to #157166 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
ok... what should i do?
#157170 to #157168 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
What exactly is terrifying you? And if you're under 17 - you'll probably just have to grow out of it normally. I was scared of that stuff until I was around 16 and then one day it all just stopped.
#157171 to #157170 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
just the entire movie man.. It's called tusk. I have no idea what compelled me to watch it... maybe I thought i'd finally have the balls but apparently im still a pussy.

basically theres a bunch of gore, extremely creepy villain (like holy shit this is my personal hell creepy) and then theres a really fucked up ending .
#157174 to #157171 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
What's it about? Sometimes talking helps dood.
Also, if it makes you feel any better:
I've seen gore threads on /b/ that have gotten so out of hand that someone posted a video of a little girl being murdered and then the person peeled all of her skin off. After that they removed the flesh from her bones and piled the bones up in a pile - saving her organs for future sale. They left her head attached to her bloody torso and were basically laughing at the site of it. It was incredibly fucked up.
And even after all of that - nothing. I felt nothing and fall asleep just fine with no problems.
#157176 to #157174 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
why the fuck did you tell me that man... here i am, a trainwreck after a horror/COMEDY movie and you bring that up?? cmon dude i thought you would know better.

I can't tell you're if youre trying to fuck me up further or help me... but seriously, i need someone to talk to now.
I'll try to explain the plot

Basically, the main character is a podcaster who interviews weird people to talk about during his show. By chance he finds a letter authored by this guy named Howard Howe in a bathroom, and gives him a call. He goes there, and interviews the guy while sipping on tea. Turns out the tea was drugged, and this dude was going on and on about how he loves walruses because one saved him or some bullshit.

Anyways, after waking up from being knocked out, the main character (justin long), is in a wheelchair and is missing a leg. He asks for a phone, a doctor, etc. but Howard gives him odd excuses for each. Eventually at night time, Howard reveals that he wants to make justin a walrus. And no, not transmuation, this is the human centipede shit. he sews his arms to form "flippers" and sews his feet together to look like a giant flipper, then he rips out his tongue and like completely reconstitutes his facial structure and adds to walrus tusks. the end result is an amalgamation of flesh sewn together to look like a walrus, and it turns out that howard has done this many times. and yes, justin is still alive as a walrus, but he can only yell as he cannot speak anymore because his tongue is ripped out. so now he makes disturbing yells, and truly looks like a deformed animal, but you can tell that there is a human underneath, which is the creepiest part, aside from the look.

at the end, howard winds up dying and justin is "rescued", but his time with howard has made him think that hes actually a walrus and so he lives at an exotic animal shelter (lol/ what the fuck moment).

so yeah, im creeped out by the plot of being totally helpless while some guy does that shit to you a
#157178 to #157176 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
and that howard (VERY well played by the actor) was so fucking creepy. like this guy is fucking beyond nuts thinking that he can relieve his time with a walrus through human suffering.
By the way, before I go any further, I would like to apologize for the awful writing and poor grammar. I can't help but write poorly due to the conditions and circumstances which have me flustered, to say the least.
Anyways, that's what's bugging me. This can really happen. It is possible to make such a monstrosity and have it be a living human, despite the appearance.

And god damn, my cousins were laughing through this bullshit. it's a black comedy for pete's sake, and im here, shitting my pants at night, which brings me to another piece of advice i'd like to ask from you... how do I stop being a pussy? this is giong to haunt me for the rest of my life... i've really been scared all of my life until i stopped watching scary movies up until this point.

like i said, I really appreciate your time and patience. I am a total pathetic mess right now... all help is grealty appreciated.
#157177 to #157176 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
Well just remember that most of these things, if they happen at all, happen in really shitty countries or in really shitty areas with little security. You're fine and have nothing to worry about i'm sure.
#157179 to #157177 - Aezync (09/29/2014) [-]
oh sorry, i added the second bit a little late.

And yeah, you're right. It happend in the middle of no where. still creepy as shit though. I don't know what I can do t o relax my mind; i have class tomorrow and am currently desperately trying to keep my gps wher ei need it to be. this movie has proven to be a major distractiona nd will seriously bring me down in life.
User avatar #157164 - girrafalopegis (09/29/2014) [-]
I post this every so often, because I love seeing what you guys come up with; senior quote ideas? My two favorites are..

"I found that if you have a goal, you might not reach it. But if you don't have one, then you are never disappointed," - Peter La Fleur

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why,” - Mark Twain

User avatar #157258 to #157164 - bminous ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
"No."

-Rosa Parks
User avatar #157252 to #157164 - afrodemon (09/29/2014) [-]
"why are there worms in my ass?"
#157229 to #157164 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (09/29/2014) [-]
"The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it." -Jordan Belfort
User avatar #157211 to #157164 - imnotkickthecat (09/29/2014) [-]
"There are those who said this day would never come. What have they to say now?"

-Prophet of Truth.
User avatar #157201 to #157164 - gibroner ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
"they don't think it be like it is but it do" Oscar Gamble
#157167 to #157164 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
"Buying gf"
-Robert J. Noob
#157163 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
Help a brotha out

I really need the image of the black kids in Africa holding up signs that read "I can change the world" and then there is the picture of all the rich white people laughing hysterically underneath it.


Thank you
#157173 to #157172 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
Yes! Thank you!
#157161 - genericnewfag (09/29/2014) [-]
Anyone have any ideas for a creepypasta? I have to write something spooky, but I just can't put pen to paper.
User avatar #157441 to #157161 - Ninotori (09/30/2014) [-]
I've always found that terror without pain is far more awful than physical torture...Ruination of life is a good one, slow and visibly approaching, punishment for some deed is usually good.

Thought that I've had is some guy who tortures some other guy for information or an apology or something by slowly, surgically removing various bodily functions or parts to disfigure and limit the person's ability to appreciate life but not killing them, ie genitals, legs, arms, continence, tongue, slicing higher and higher lengths of the spinal cord, hearing, eyesight, etc; and with appropriate anesthetic while the person watches. Seriously fucked up that that shit is jangling around in my head, but it's creepypasta worthy, no?
User avatar #157253 to #157161 - afrodemon (09/29/2014) [-]
ravioli with personality disorder and autism
User avatar #157330 to #157253 - genericnewfag (09/29/2014) [-]
tfw whenever i come here for advice someone mentions autism and nobody answers my question
User avatar #157410 to #157330 - afrodemon (09/30/2014) [-]
what, im pretty sure that ravioli is a pasta, and since it has a personality disorder and autism you can make it quite creepy
User avatar #157146 - tidaka (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm in the market for a new cellphone. I got an apple Iphone 4.

I would vastly appreciate some help finding my new phone.

First off, FUCK APPLE, I got this one FREE, and now I'm so fed up with there bullshit I am getting an android something. Following is a list of requirements.

OS: android.
1GB ram preferably more.
1.2GHz duo, I like higher GHz more than more cores. I wish to use emulators.
On-board memory of 8gigs or more and have external memory .
A good camera I intend to rig it up and use it as a webcam for Face-rig.
I will most likely be using atnt but an unlocked phone would be nice.
I have a cap of 150ish USD.
User avatar #157181 to #157146 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I highly recommend the HTC One M8.
Comes free if you're upgrading/ on the NEXT plan.
#157169 to #157146 - imrobin ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I have Galaxy s5 active
Highly recommend unless you plan on using Vine.
I have a vine account with 17k followers and cant even upload vines from my phone because it's a bandwidth issue or something.
I have to vine from my iPad mini. Shit is annoying
OTHER THAN THAT
A+ would recommend
User avatar #157149 to #157146 - newvein (09/29/2014) [-]
Nexus 5 is fantastic.
I have the LG G3 but I don't really like it. Great screen, but a little big. physica; buttons are on the BACK. feels very awkward.
I plan on getting the Sony Xperia Z3 or Z3 Compact early october.

What's your carrier?
User avatar #157154 to #157149 - megasharkman (09/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, I agree that the buttons on the back is definitely annoying.
User avatar #157152 to #157149 - tidaka (09/29/2014) [-]
I use atnt now. But I am a pay as you go user and would like to remain removed from the lock you in bullshit.
User avatar #157162 to #157152 - newvein (09/29/2014) [-]
goo.gl/Hq9whJ

Samsung supposedly makes the best phones right now. I don't like them too much myself, though. I do trust motorola phones.
User avatar #157147 to #157146 - megasharkman (09/29/2014) [-]
The LG G3 is pretty good. It can run Fpse(psx) and PPSSPP(psp) well. Right now I'm waiting for a phone that can run dolphin(gamecube/wii) well to trade in my galaxy s3.
#157145 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
User avatar #157144 - dumerveil (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm 7 months pregnant and just found out the baby is mine. I honestly don't know what to do in this situation. I never expected the baby to be mine and I have no idea what to do because I'm only 19.
User avatar #157191 to #157144 - ferrettamer ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
abortion
User avatar #157155 to #157144 - megasharkman (09/29/2014) [-]
Any desire to stay with the girl?
After the baby is born see if you can get any federal grants for college or scholarships for being a single dad. Look up WIC and how to get food stamps.
#157156 to #157155 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm 7 months pregnant and just found out the baby is mine
User avatar #157150 to #157144 - princessren ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
are you sure it is really yours?
have you been sleeping around? is it possible you got pregnant with someone elses baby?
#157151 to #157150 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
read it again.
User avatar #157153 to #157151 - princessren ONLINE (09/29/2014) [-]
I know what I said
#157148 to #157144 - Womens Study Major (09/29/2014) [-]
oh really?
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