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#37 - pharoahemonch
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(05/16/2013) [-]
a tragic tale of first-time anal
#66 to #37 - anon
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(05/16/2013) [-]
Goddamn comments, making me die of laughter
#81 to #37 - anon
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(05/16/2013) [-]
Hahaha, thank you so much! You made my day!
#41 to #37 - fukyeahraptorr
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#53 to #37 - lesrin
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(05/16/2013) [-]
hes not just ok, HES GREAT
#97 to #53 - generaljackass
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(05/16/2013) [-]
I had a mental image. -_-
#7 - rockmanneos
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Is this seriously implying that guys get off scott free in a break up?
**** this. Ex broke up with me because she "couldn't handle school and a relationship at the same time" and I'm just doing everything I can to distract myself from the heart ache of her selfish attitude.
#8 to #7 - anon
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My gf dumped me to go back to her abusive ex, and I was the only nice guy she dated. I'm in physical and emotional pain because of it.
#9 to #8 - rockmanneos
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#19 to #9 - agentpurplek
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My girlfriend dumped me because she likes "Country boys"   
The guy she now dates looks like a faggot and rides a motorcycle...   
   
Doesn't matter had sex.
My girlfriend dumped me because she likes "Country boys"
The guy she now dates looks like a faggot and rides a motorcycle...

Doesn't matter had sex.
#91 to #19 - fitta
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(05/16/2013) [-]
u got dat swag son
#102 to #8 - xodia
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(05/16/2013) [-]
That's exactly what happened to me...
#65 to #8 - anon
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gf broke up with me because when she lost her last bf she ended up hating him and didn't want to hate me too when we broke up... She even tries to establish a platonic friendship been ignoring her tot his day.
#61 to #8 - Kairyuka
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You don't deserve her then, you can find someone much better than that.
#103 to #61 - srapture
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I can tell that you mean he doesn't deserve something as bad as being with her, but that part of the comment still looks insulting. Lol
#107 to #103 - Kairyuka
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Yeah, that was indeed my intention. I do not mean to insult, I honestly believe that he could find someone much more suited for him
#23 to #7 - gmarrox ONLINE
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I've been broken up with for the same reason. If it helps, it turned out to be a lie so I was able to hate her for lying and move on. So your ex most likely lied, if that helps.
#55 to #7 - shutupandsquat
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(05/16/2013) [-]
Same.goddamn.story.
#68 to #7 - anon
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Well it says [he's] in those brackets to imply he or she.
#69 to #68 - anon
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never mind I'm retarded
#143 to #7 - Xyhpon
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This ones not quite as mean as your guys other exes but still, time to vent. My first girlfriend of 7 months, broke up with me for god knows what reason, I finally got one when I turned 18 sadly. She said it was so many things yet none of them matched up, she said that it was her, other times she said it was me. Point is she moved on a lot quicker than I ever could, and is now off doing her own **** "getting involved", her words not mine, with other people. The thing that pisses me off most is that she still tried being nice to me but she sucked at it and only gave me false hopes that she still had feelings for me. Right now I'm about done getting over her, 8 months later, but I still don't feel like having a relationship again because the ******** I had to go through with her. She made no sense ever, and I wasted way too much time on her when I should have spent more time doing things for myself.
#169 to #7 - galvasted
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Wow literally the same exact thing/reason happened to me. It's pretty ****** and retarded.
#175 to #7 - anon
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everyone in this thread is a whiny bitch, if you dont want to be with someone you should break up with them. doesnt matter how ******/bitchy you think the reason is. its her choice so man the **** up and find someone who actually wants to be with you.
#52 to #7 - lesrin
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same, gf cheated on me and treated me like crap before we broke up, now shes off partying and ******* other guys happy as can be and all im trying to do is distract my self from the thought of her
#95 to #7 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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I know that feel.

Only main difference is the reason why she did it. She said, I **** you not, that she couldn't deal with my depression. She left me when I needed her most.

I feel nothing short of anger and sadness.
#98 to #7 - fukkendragonite
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Don't blame her, that's difficult. It doesn't make her selfish.

Bro- I know that feel. Had the same situation and same excuse given. This was 2 years ago and I haven't stopped thinking about it since. Call me pathetic or w/ever but I really cannot get over her. She was perfect, no debate. Never met anyone like her before or since.

I've had time to think, and believe me, you can't blame her in that situation.
#122 to #7 - lolme
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Here's one to make all of you feel better.
My girlfriend cheated on me around the time we hit the 1 year mark.
I picked her up the morning she cheated on me, she said she'd been waiting for the buss in the city for a long time, so I walked with her to my place and let her take a shower. Anyway, I sat outside of the shower and talked to her, I thought she acted weird but I didn't want to annoy her with a bunch of questions. About 6 months later she confesses, then breaks up with me. After about two weeks she comes back to me, crying in my arms for forgiveness and wanting to get back together. 2 days later she goes to town to party, I call her later that night to make sure she's on her way home, she's at some dudes house and he's calling her a "princess". She says they're in bed and she's about to go to sleep, I get pissed but try to keep calm, I tell her to go home but she refuses to llisten to what I say. Fast forward another few weeks, she says that the guy is in love with her and that he asked if she liked him too, she said no and asks me what to do, madly in love I try to act like a friend. A few weeks later we get together again, this time it lasts for more than a year, but she always gets pissed at me for wondering who she's tallking to on facebook and making sure she gets home after parties/not wanting her to go to parties without me. She starts getting more and more annoyed at me, we start fighting and after a few weeks she's had enough. She asks me to come meet her at work, to which I said yes. On my way to her work place, my mother calls, my uncle has been in an accident. I was busy right then and didn't think it was that serious, no one knew how serious it was, so I ask if she can call me back in a few. I walk to where my ex works, she tells me the news, my mom calls me five minutes later, my uncle is most likely going to die and he crashed about 500 meters away from where I'm standing. Then lots of crying.
TL;DR My uncle died and I got cheated on twice.
#123 to #122 - lolme
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This story is reallly sketchy and lacks some information but I hit the max characted count.. You'll still be able to get my point. It hurt like a bitch.
#79 to #7 - funnymanohword
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I'm in the same position, except she couldn't handle being with one guy while we're in college, them feels bro. If you need to vent, feel free to message me. FJers are there for each other
#168 to #7 - adamks
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Her selfish attitude? God.. Man the **** up. It's selfish of you thinking that you should be prioritized before her education.
#174 to #168 - rockmanneos
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I worked nights at a hotel, barely getting any sleep and I still made time to see her.
I told her over and over again that I was willing to work with her schedule - hell, we don't even have classes anymore because it's summer, and I told her during the relationship that I knew there would be times when the relationship would be strained due to her focusing on her school but that she would have my full support no matter what.
I was willing to do whatever I could to make the relationship work. How is that selfish?
#34 to #7 - osirusrising
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A brake up thread?

Yay now i can vent. My gf broke up with me about 3 months ago got a new bf and talks to me on and off idk how to handle this **** i'm in physical and emotional pain as well plus i can't eat or sleep and i just can't take it. I'm doing everything in my power to try to get her without being the creepy ex i think i'm getting somewhere but i'm not sure. Wish me luck FJ brothers.
#86 to #34 - sxeindi
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It's tough but this seems like a girl that you don't need to be around. If she's talking to you on and off she's using you to vent about her current issues because you two had a bond. I hope all goes well
#63 to #34 - eivomt
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Don´t take this the wrong way but dude, you have got to get over that chick. I know that that´s a lot easier said than done but honestly it´s the best advice anyone can give you. get yourself some kind of hobby to keep you a little occupied and of course there are more fish in the sea bro. stalking this chick is just gonna lead to more sadness trust me
#42 to #34 - happypancake
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Ah dude I kinda know that feel. Is she happy, from what you can tell?
#43 to #42 - osirusrising
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She doesn't seem like it she told me her last few weeks were ****** and her bf friends are doing nothing but starting drama over their relationship. So here's to hopping that brakes them up.
#45 to #43 - happypancake
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(05/16/2013) [-]
May I ask, why were they ******? What's the drama?

Am I allowed to ask the reason you two didn't work out?
#46 to #45 - osirusrising
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It was a stupid argument that broke us up and the drama is cuz his friends don't want then together that's why she's been ******.
#48 to #46 - happypancake
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Bleugh. My advice is to just support her as a friend (don't attempt to break them up but just listen), if it works between them it works, if it doesn't, then hey. Don't be afraid to ask her for space if talking to her is too painful, you can always take a breather and start talking to her again when things are easier.

For now, work on YOU, do things you love, love yourself, work hard to improve you self-esteem and get good at something you always wanted to do.
#49 to #48 - osirusrising
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(05/16/2013) [-]
I'm attempting this. Wish me luck random FJ friend.
#60 to #49 - happypancake
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I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavours!
#185 to #7 - ellenrimbauer
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Well, this does sound a little messed up, but mostly because you are calling her selfish. Its understandable to be hurt by something like this, but school is very important, and maybe she is really serious about it.

I broke up with the EX because I felt like I was adding more stress to him, he just started college and he would always worry about everything having to do with me since the situation we've been in was kind of bad. There were a lot of other reasons for why I ended it, but one of the main ones was because of me stressing him.

Maybe she thought it would be stressful on you, or on her, or maybe she thought it would make things bad between you guys. Her reason doesn't seem too selfish to me.
#51 to #7 - Tapacx
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Mines not as brutal as you guys, but I just wanted to tell someone.

I recently found out that the girl I dated for a year, was just playing with me and my feelings. Her cousin (which also happens to be one of my best friends) told me this and when I asked why, her cousin told me she says "Because she could" I really loved this girl too . . .
#173 to #7 - anon
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My ex cheated on me for a few months before I found out about it. Broke up with her and ignored her since and never felt better.
#30 to #7 - vexaton
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I had to break up with my GF of 2 years, and it was one of the most painful things I've done. I am ok now (3 weeks later), but the following week had its ups and downs. Guys are more distant to emotion though, so I can see the "he's ok" thing, but it's not true.
#145 to #7 - Nickdowgg
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In a week it'll be a year since my most recent ex broke up with me because she "couldn't handle school and a relationship at the same time", a month after that and she moves 4 hours South. I learned she started dating some abusive jock at her new college.
#114 to #7 - herblegerble
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My girlfriend of 6 months broke up with me because I had to get a haircut and bracers.

Yep.
#109 to #7 - anon
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At least you already had a gf...
#105 to #7 - laughdamnyou
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Yes, finally I can tell someone about my break-up! Asked bf on a friday if he still wanted to buy an apartment together. He said yes. I went away for work in the weekend. Got dumped on monday. Breakups suck, even when you know it's for the better.
#56 to #7 - anon
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I can help distracting you
#99 to #7 - sweetmike
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I got put in the same situation just last week, my girlfriend of 3 years just ended it.
#47 to #7 - happypancake
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Oughhh forgive me for not joining in today fj. Can't be dealing with my feels right now, and maybe it's a little too heavy

But breakups such big donkey balls, especially when your ex girlfriend posts every detail of her life on tumblr and when asked about your relationship just says soul-crushing things.
#71 to #7 - stigforprez ONLINE
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(05/16/2013) [-]
same thing actually happened to me a few years ago so i fell ya man
#17 to #7 - anon
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Yeah, she wanted to be fully committed to both her boyfriend and education, what a selfish bitch!
#167 to #17 - anon
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^ This. You can't change ****, so why throw blame and hurt around when all it does is hold YOU back. All YOU need is YOU. Every one else is just a bonus and/or distraction.
#70 to #7 - masterfuck
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It seems like guys have got an image as emotionless and only wanting sex when it comes to relationships. I've seen both cases, but it seems like girls move on faster. They have an easier time getting a new relationship. And sometimes they go to a more "alpha" guy, only to of course actually get hurt. It's usually the person breaking up who moves on fastest, and (refering to a pic here, not so long ago) it seems like girls break up for more selfish reasons, unless it's of course a guy only wanting sex. I'd actually like to discuss this with someone and hear more stories. I feel like my empirical evidence on this issue isn't too representative as I've been alot on /fit/...

Anyways, Rockmanneos, stay strong. Go lift, go run, there is alot of exercises that will cover the feels with physical pain and generally take your mind off stuff. I suggest something biceps, like curling, but pushups and running are fine aswell. Just make sure to push yourself until muscle failure.
#15 to #7 - taintedangel
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No matter how it ends, it's the man's fault. Even if the woman did the thing that caused the break up, like cheating.
#16 to #7 - LovegoodJuggalo
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(05/16/2013) [-]
I know that feel all too well.
I know that feel all too well.
#20 to #7 - ponchilio
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About a month ago, my girlfriend broke up with me telling me that she needed some time to deal with some problems she was having and that it wouldn't be fair if she bothered me with them. I feel for it, hook, lie and sinker. A week after that she stopped talking to me, and just last sunday, she started going out with another guy at her school. Hit me hard and it didn't help that this week is finals week.
#22 to #20 - vicsix
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I'm sorry man. My girl completely dropped me for some cunt who keeps emotionally destroying her. I am still there for her when she comes to me crying about the bastard, though.
#50 to #22 - happypancake
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I agree with anon but also I think it might be best with you to have a very honest talk with her about her. Try to get her to understand why it is she keeps forgiving him, I'd bet money it has something to do with self-esteem issues. Try and get her confidence up so maybe she'll be able to stand up to him and realise that he's being a jerk.
#24 to #22 - anon
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Would be best for you if you didn't stick around for her.
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#18 to #11 - sagedivinity
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Does she look lime sinn sage to anyone else, or do I just watch to much of the hub
#27 to #11 - SuperBobbis
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That is a ******* great movie. Shame, I can't remember what it is called, again.
#36 to #27 - anon
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"Stranger than Fiction". Brilliant movie, one of my all time favourite comedies. Also, DUSTIN ************* HOFFMAN
"Stranger than Fiction". Brilliant movie, one of my all time favourite comedies. Also, DUSTIN ************* HOFFMAN
#186 to #36 - SuperBobbis
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MFW I'm going to download it now, because you reminded me of the title.
#2 - SunilCCXXXVII **User deleted account**
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S[he's] bro[ken]
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#13 to #2 - sepheroth
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[Sh]e's [Bro]ken
#62 - wlflvr ONLINE
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Shes not broken, she's bent!    
   
Im gonna go sit in the tub..
Shes not broken, she's bent!

Im gonna go sit in the tub..
#74 to #62 - dashgamer
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(05/16/2013) [-]
Over.
She's bent over.
#94 to #62 - generaljackass
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I read **** in the tub and was slightly disturbed/confused.
#64 to #62 - tonkkax
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that is an awful gif.
that is an awful gif.
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#1 - heafi
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soppy tumblr posts it is then...
#142 to #1 - theturkeyburger ONLINE
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#5 to #1 - flixoe
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#6 to #1 - shakus
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You say he's the one but... can he see why kids love cinnamon toast crunch?
#14 to #1 - sepheroth
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[She was] just
[an] [ot]h[er] one

Missing a T and you've gotta squish two together, but **** it, Thug Life!
#59 - weenieandthebutt
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This is the sort of **** I hate when girls are supposedly portrayed as emotional fragile creatures whereas us men are apathetic, uncaring and ruthless. I've been through episodes of depression, insecurity, low self-esteem and self-mutilation due to multitudes of rejections I got from girls and lack of acknowledgement. I even dedicated my entire summer with intense workout sessions, really strict diets that was borderline anorexic. At first, I had a good body which some girls acknowledged then it all started to go downhill when I lost a lot of muscle mass. I had a crush back then who I really wanted to impress but instead, I see her making out with some random dude that broke my heart. The rest of my next crushes were like that. Plenty of fish in the sea you say? Well my ego isn't that high to get worked up over a single rejection but not when ever girl in the female population rejects me. Even getting a make out session is hard enough as it is and when I did find that perfect girl with a good personality and one who shared common interests, she'd replaced me with another guy. I drank my sorrows to death. At least these girls, they can still blow off 20 other guys as rebounds and they still have plenty of other nice guys in the friendzone or something.
#83 to #59 - anon
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Either grow balls and be a man or kill yourself.
#89 to #83 - garymotherfingoak
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either log in or kill yourself.
#90 to #59 - anon
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I know that feel bro, but being fit doesn't get you girls, it's only an extra.
I have only witnessed a slight increase in the attention I got from girls when I got fit, they are more likely to stick around when you get a make out session.

I think you need to focus on having fun without girls and stop trying so hard. If you work out, you should do it for your own pleasure and not to be aesthetically pleasing. Also, pump up your self esteem, tell yourself that you are great, after a while you will start believing it, and girls will notice.
#117 to #90 - weenieandthebutt
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Looks and good bodies aren't deal breakers but they do definitely help, especially elevating that self-confidence. I don't have the deep manly sexy voice that women melt over, I'm a bit quirky and socially awkward due so I'm just compensating it through having a good body. Thing is, you can improve your looks but you can't change your personality or who you are, especially since certain aspects of social conditioning are near irreversible.

Sometimes I think to myself that in order to rid off my low self-esteem, I should develop an ego and just become an arrogant cunt! I worked out initially to get laid but now I actually enjoy the vanity of staring at my own naked body in the mirror.
#130 to #117 - anon
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do thinks that you can be proud of, it will boost your self-esteem
and social-conditioning isn't irreversible.
#133 to #59 - anon
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A good body is your souls tempel.Keep it.

Many people at young age burn out all they have quite fast.Specially those hot girls and "douches" that you described.
What you think will come many of them?
Single mothers with fading beauty,getting more depressed within years.
Or wifes to young alfa-party guys/raging alcoholics, when older.
Don't loose your focus.There are girls out there that are different.Maybe you are looking in the wrong direction yourself.
#72 to #59 - moggycore
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Comment Picture
#88 to #59 - garymotherfingoak
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thumbd and favd.
#119 to #59 - cdlogan ONLINE
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I know how that is. Well, not the eating part. Being rejected constantly is quite a problem for me... not currently, though.
#124 to #119 - weenieandthebutt
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At the age of 22, it was only when I first went through that golden phase of making out with chicks on consecutive nightouts (sometimes even 2 in one night). Then it was just a fluctuation of dry phases and good phases. Right now, I'm on my dry phase where I haven't kissed a girl in over 3 months. The last girl who I made out with was this girl who I developed to a crush on and although we decided to meet up after on another day, I tried asking her out but then she told me she met another guy the night before, where I'd felt hurt and replaced. Anyways, I still had a crush on her but it didn't stop me from hitting on other girls but I'd still get shunned and rejected.    
   
I really want a girlfriend where I don't have to go through the tedious process of trying to game and I want my success to be near guaranteed rather than that based on luck.
At the age of 22, it was only when I first went through that golden phase of making out with chicks on consecutive nightouts (sometimes even 2 in one night). Then it was just a fluctuation of dry phases and good phases. Right now, I'm on my dry phase where I haven't kissed a girl in over 3 months. The last girl who I made out with was this girl who I developed to a crush on and although we decided to meet up after on another day, I tried asking her out but then she told me she met another guy the night before, where I'd felt hurt and replaced. Anyways, I still had a crush on her but it didn't stop me from hitting on other girls but I'd still get shunned and rejected.

I really want a girlfriend where I don't have to go through the tedious process of trying to game and I want my success to be near guaranteed rather than that based on luck.
#187 to #124 - cdlogan ONLINE
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Fat chicks, bro. They take anything.
#188 to #187 - weenieandthebutt
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I've even been rejected by fat chicks. You know you're hopeless when even fat chicks have standards against you.
#189 to #188 - cdlogan ONLINE
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**** *****. thats harsh
#147 to #59 - Xyhpon
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I was the same way about a year and a half ago. I used to think that it was me that the was the problem, and in reality it kind of was. I would always skirt chase all of these girls without paying even the least bit of attention to the girls that actually liked me(who mind you, where actually pretty cute). This would make me feel like I was always pushed aside and friendzoned by every girl I met, but in reality it was because I wasn't paying attention to the ones that really did like me!

Of course I always felt like **** because I couldn't get the girls I had crushes on, but now I realize the whole thing was futile anyway. This lowering of self esteem even worsened my outlook on life and I became depressed about it. When I finally got my first girlfriend and she always told me I was way better than I thought I was, and that to her in reality I was out of her league, though I didn't believe it at all. The break up with her hurt like a bitch, and it still does to this day, she taught me that I was better than I thought I was.

Anyway the point I'm making is that maybe you're better than you think you are, but because you keep pursuing the wrong people you wont get what you want. Maybe try taking a step back and do things for yourself for a little while, rather than to get a girl, and you'll find someone you want.
#29 - zorororonoa
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Why do the most random background pictures get used for these things?

"Oh hey, I want to portray a message about how girls get hurt in a relationship. I'll make the background a girl tying her shoes"

Totally makes sense.
#44 to #29 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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(05/16/2013) [-]
Because people who make them are likely superficial, if not outright dumb, and we shouldn't care about them.
#101 - suiker
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(05/16/2013) [-]
and then after the divorce it's: s[he's] [broke]n
#160 to #101 - tonychingchong
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(05/16/2013) [-]
*she's [broke]en