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User avatar #5 - TARDIS (10/01/2012) [+] (3 replies)
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#20 - thisnick (10/01/2012) [+] (14 replies)
Every year for my birthday my parents ask me if I want to invite friends over for a birthday party.    
Every year I laugh and say "I don't need people to tell me it's my birthday."    
Every year I feel more alone on my birthday then any other time because I don't have true friends.
Every year for my birthday my parents ask me if I want to invite friends over for a birthday party.
Every year I laugh and say "I don't need people to tell me it's my birthday."
Every year I feel more alone on my birthday then any other time because I don't have true friends.
User avatar #38 - OrangeYellowMan (10/01/2012) [+] (100 replies)
thanks....today is actually my birthday. my 21st. I'm not seeing anyone, not going out. just sitting here on FJ. a few friends posted happy b day to me on facebook thats all i really got....
#141 - argonianmaidohonor (10/01/2012) [+] (46 replies)
This actually brings back hurtful memories to my 9th birthday. My mother took the time and effort to make really pretty invitations to the girls and TMNT ones for the boys. She made a huge birthday cake (Her profession was cake making and decorating) She did the decorations herself and booked a hall in the community building. I was really excited and handed out the invitations and everyone said they would be there. Even to my sister who is 10 years older than me and my brother who is 6 years older than me. My step father was a few towns away working and my grandmother took me out to buy a new dress for the party. The food selection was great too. Party games with prizes and  music and everything   
   
The time came and I was expecting the room to be full of people shouting surprise. But only my mother was there, she looked all happy but I could tell she was upset as was my grandmother. I waited for 3 hours not opening the few presents that were on the table.  I asked where my sister was and she was out with her boyfriend, my brother was with his friends and couldn't care less and my step father would rather be working overtime than come to my party. I felt so alone and hated. But luckily my mother knew what to do. She quickly went home and came back with my best friend (My doberman who I knew since I was 5) I felt bad in a few ways:   
   
My mother and grandmother worked so hard on this party.   
I had an amazing 3D Pokemon cake that I wanted to share   
No one from school liked me not one person.   
My own siblings couldn't be bothered .   
   
From then on I wasn't sure on trusting people but a similar thing happened as I grew older on more than one occasion. I get invited out for a drink with class or colleges and what happens is I get all dressed up and make an effort and wait where they said to and no one shows up. Then I see them/ hear them talking about the amazing night out.   
Feels bad. Then I get called a loser for not joining people in activities    
   
Sorry but I wanted to share this
This actually brings back hurtful memories to my 9th birthday. My mother took the time and effort to make really pretty invitations to the girls and TMNT ones for the boys. She made a huge birthday cake (Her profession was cake making and decorating) She did the decorations herself and booked a hall in the community building. I was really excited and handed out the invitations and everyone said they would be there. Even to my sister who is 10 years older than me and my brother who is 6 years older than me. My step father was a few towns away working and my grandmother took me out to buy a new dress for the party. The food selection was great too. Party games with prizes and music and everything

The time came and I was expecting the room to be full of people shouting surprise. But only my mother was there, she looked all happy but I could tell she was upset as was my grandmother. I waited for 3 hours not opening the few presents that were on the table. I asked where my sister was and she was out with her boyfriend, my brother was with his friends and couldn't care less and my step father would rather be working overtime than come to my party. I felt so alone and hated. But luckily my mother knew what to do. She quickly went home and came back with my best friend (My doberman who I knew since I was 5) I felt bad in a few ways:

My mother and grandmother worked so hard on this party.
I had an amazing 3D Pokemon cake that I wanted to share
No one from school liked me not one person.
My own siblings couldn't be bothered .

From then on I wasn't sure on trusting people but a similar thing happened as I grew older on more than one occasion. I get invited out for a drink with class or colleges and what happens is I get all dressed up and make an effort and wait where they said to and no one shows up. Then I see them/ hear them talking about the amazing night out.
Feels bad. Then I get called a loser for not joining people in activities

Sorry but I wanted to share this
User avatar #15 - commanderbunbun (10/01/2012) [-]
he should've gave invites to more than 3 people
#12 - Phantomgal (10/01/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Sinfest comics  more feels for you
Sinfest comics more feels for you
User avatar #14 to #13 - Phantomgal (10/01/2012) [-]
I am not clever with the internet
#285 - kkrriissttiinnee (10/01/2012) [+] (6 replies)
This happened to me in 3'rd grade. My dad was so excited for me and got everything prepared and what not, but in the end no one showed up and I felt like I had disappointed him. It was such a horrible feeling knowing that I invited everyone that I could and no one bothered to showed up. :c
#424 - imfratt (10/02/2012) [+] (5 replies)
**imfratt rolls 00**
#17 - pegasister (10/01/2012) [-]
I'd go to his party!!
I'd go to his party!!
#220 - coshocker (10/01/2012) [+] (20 replies)
I've had that happen to plenty of times with me. My younger brother was born on the same day that I was but exactly 3 years apart. Since he was born everyone just forgot that it was my birthday as well. We had parties but they were mostly for him and everyone told him "happy birthday" and not me and sometime my parents would forget that it's my birthday as well. I didn't want to throw a fit because it was his day as well. Every time that it hits our birthday, I stay alone inside my room or stay at the house for him to have a good time. But ever since he started talking, he would always knock on my door and bring me a piece of cake and say "Happy Birthday Nick!" with a huge smile on his face. He is the only one that remembers that it's my birthday as well. I always thank him and give him a hug. As long as I get a "happy birthday" from him.... I really don't care who knows my birthday, as long as he remembers, that's all that really matters to me.
#148 - zaywoot (10/01/2012) [-]
Et tu, Feelus?
#390 - mostlyshits (10/02/2012) [+] (8 replies)
i was in 6th grade   
gave out 35 birthday party invitations    
told parents to expect about 30 people   
got about 40 hotdogs/buns   
got 2 bags of dorritos   
got people to help cook   
got bounce house   
got a small sound system   
got water balloons   
4 people show up   
no one ate hotdogs   
no one ate chips   
no one cared about the music   
saddest day of my childhood 5 years later
i was in 6th grade
gave out 35 birthday party invitations
told parents to expect about 30 people
got about 40 hotdogs/buns
got 2 bags of dorritos
got people to help cook
got bounce house
got a small sound system
got water balloons
4 people show up
no one ate hotdogs
no one ate chips
no one cared about the music
saddest day of my childhood 5 years later
#18 - daywyz (10/01/2012) [-]
I would come
I would come
User avatar #328 - mrskyler (10/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
i remember when I was in secondry school , I was quite ill for two months ( on and off during the year). During my stay in hospital , i would come back to school for a couple of days every so often. This time, i went in a week before my birthday. During the class the teacher actually brought it up , asking what i planned to do.
After class I was chatting to a few of the people in my class, thinking of what to do for my birthday. Thats when the class cuntface decided to perk up and say something.

"Dont even ******* waste your time planning **** , he will probably die before it anyway , faggot"
Now I am not sure if it was from being hurt , being put on the spot, exhaustion or being ill , but I simply broke down in tears. Surprisingly for being a quiet, shy, gay kid; I was very lucky that i had never really experienced bad bullying , but this was a shock.

What restored my faith in people , was that the class jock walked up and punched him straight in the jaw. This led to a huge ordeal with the principle in school.

Never did I imagine, the popular jock would stand up for me, we became friends ever since.
I know its a silly little story , but i thought I would share.
Also: I never did have a party. I had a colonoscopy instead.
Also : Birthday cake after a colonoscopy, while being a nice gesture, is very awkward.
#75 - sphinxe (10/01/2012) [+] (2 replies)
mfw these posts
mfw these posts
#235 - Hayzer (10/01/2012) [-]
Be more like Iron man,
Be more like Iron man,
#589 - destroyerofcunt (10/02/2012) [-]
this is the reason why i don't throw parties im too afraid of this happening
this is the reason why i don't throw parties im too afraid of this happening
#542 - frenchtoastdude (10/02/2012) [-]
HFW someone arrives
HFW someone arrives
#437 - TheUsername ONLINE (10/02/2012) [-]
**** HIS FRIENDS!

ps. I would **** his mom so hard.
#309 - suddenlypotatoes (10/01/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I ended up driving 10 hours to tennessee so I could go to my 10 year old cousin's birthday party. He gets picked on and doesn't have any friends. I was the only one there. Damn near saddest thing, it killed me I swear.
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