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#12567 - Yeah, I kinda see where you're coming from on the "agreea… 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#29574 - Congratulations!  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2012 on Social Board +1
User avatar #29576 - alphabethsoop (07/12/2012) [-]
Thank you!
#12561 - Honestly, I have actually tried to approach girls before. The … 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#12554 - Wait, so she was getting upset over the fact that guys thought…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#12570 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
No, those guys were literally judging her physical appearance, she was sitting there talking to them and they were explaining to her why she was 'unattractive.' Honestly, I should have gotten up and smacked all of them to death, but she really seemed to be holding her own. What I was trying to get to was telling her I regret not standing up for her, even if it wasn't really my place.

I would agree it gets awkward at the end, that's the part I was talking about in the original post, where I went wrong. I'm just not sure where specifically I went wrong nor what it was that made things awkward. Keep in mind we are college students, and I'm very awkward and she knows it, so me saying awkward things should not be any surprise to her.
User avatar #12575 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Were these guys doing this in a joking sense or were they being real assholes about it?

Depending on how upset she was, she might've just been seeking a little comfort and you weren't quite giving it.

I'm in college too so I sorta see where you're coming from. I've been in my fair share of awkward conversations. But looking back, I think they almost always came about simply because I wasn't assertive enough.

If you wanna call her beautiful, then do so by all means. Also, reaffirm to her that what's inside counts for a lot too.
#12583 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
Previously in the conversation, I did tell her I think she's beautiful (this is before the awkward part begins).

She was very receptive to it, and I think she now understands I do have feelings for her.

That's where the 'comfort' part becomes a problem. I'm a machine. I can only act on facts and logic. I am practically incapable of relationships, she knows that, and she is the first person I've met who can ... stand me. There are just a lot of times I feel like there's something she's not telling me.
User avatar #12592 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
I honestly completely empathize with the sentiment of feeling like you're "a machine." But sometimes don't you feel like you just want to do things because you want to? In the complete absence of facts, logic, or any other notion of calculated movement?

It might be the clash between your wish to simply act vs waiting to have facts at your back before acting that is the cause of your awkward episodes.
#12552 - Hello advice, It has just dawned on me that I'll be t…  [+] (16 new replies) 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#12604 - mexicandudeinsd (07/12/2012) [-]
dude you kinda look like this guy he does internet videos and hes from mexico werevertumorro /youtube
User avatar #12609 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Well I am half hispanic so I guess there could be a slight resemblance..?
User avatar #12616 - mexicandudeinsd (07/12/2012) [-]
he does look like you sometimes but this foto looks weird
Humpaba?
User avatar #12582 - awesomenessdefined (07/12/2012) [-]
Tim Tebow is a virgin. Don't let it get you down.
User avatar #12596 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Well in comparing myself with Tim Tebow, he can, practically whenever he wishes to, can pick a girl out of legions of women that follow him.

I don't quite have that luxury XD
User avatar #12597 - awesomenessdefined (07/12/2012) [-]
yeah, but he chooses not to. There's gotta be something to it.
#12587 - moarpony (07/12/2012) [-]
seriously?
User avatar #12588 - awesomenessdefined (07/12/2012) [-]
Yes. Yes he is.
#12590 - moarpony (07/12/2012) [-]
Damn, I didn't know that.
#12568 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
You have a lovely face.
Kinda reminds me of Bolin from LoK
User avatar #12577 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Considering all the stuff I've seen off of "bendingtime" I feel a bit encouraged and discouraged at the same time XD
User avatar #12563 - pleasureabledino (07/12/2012) [-]
1) You're a pretty attractive bloke. And that's coming from a straight dude. Good teeth, nice hair, charmer of a smile. Good aesthetics, broseph.

2) The whole agreeable thing? It can make you come of as weak. Rather, no backbone. I don't want to sound like a complete arsehole, but agreeing to everything makes it look like you have nothing to believe in and you just want to get in every single persons good books. You've gotta say no sometimes. I know it'll be hard to break the 'yes' routine, but you'll feel so much better after it. Act like you're already in every's good books.

Honestly, it seems like your confidence is letting you down here. Here's what you do: Act like you're the biggest, most awesome, most radical, bodacious, badass motherfucker that's ever roamed this planet in history. Because you are. Make sure that you believe that. Smile a lot, not so much that you look insane, but enough to make sure that people know that you're happy.



Maintain eye contact with women. It shows that you'repaying attention to everything they're saying and it makes them feel like the centre of attention, which is what every girl wants. That being said, don't stare. Break eye contact every so often.

Make her laugh. The top thing that women want, more so than a six pack or a huge schlong on a bloke is a great sense of humour. I look like a damned troll, but I can make everyone laugh when I talk to them. Coupled with confidence (that I mentioned earlier) I have more chick mates than I do guys.

Lastly: If you like her, ask her out! You're never gonna have anything if you don't go for it. And don't pose it as a question; state it. "Oi, I like you. You're funny, smart, beautiful (don't say hot, cute, gorgeous, etc. Say beautiful, means that she's physically amazing and you like her personality.), and I want to take you out. Dinner, movie, the whole thing. 7pm on Friday."

Chin up, mate. There's a woman out there for everyone, it can just take a while to find her :)
User avatar #12567 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Yeah, I kinda see where you're coming from on the "agreeable" thing. I don't exactly compromise my beliefs or anything like that, but I understand the idea behind it.

I'll definitely keep the stuff you've said here in mind going forward.

Thanks bro!
User avatar #12557 - jeorain (07/12/2012) [-]
Basically what the guy said below me, just try going after girls and if you're worried that you might get rejected or they might like you back just don't think to much of it and try again. You look like a pretty cool dude so I doubt it'll be that long since you interact with the opposite sex!
User avatar #12561 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Honestly, I have actually tried to approach girls before. The first attempt resulted in a traumatic failure (none of it was comedic at all, like emotionally wounded kind of trauma). Every attempt thereafter just didn't go well for me either.
User avatar #12555 - jokeface (07/12/2012) [-]
just put yourself out there. keep your standards for girls high, but you standards for finding them low. what i mean by that is try everything. talk to the waitress next time you go to a restaurant. call up that girl you had a crush on in high school. look online (and be willing to do long distance because i can tell you that sometimes long distance pays off long term).

im 21 too, also a virgin, but im dating a girl i met on Omegle. it's long distiance but we click so well that we make it work. just keep trying. when you know what you're looking for, and you want it bad enough, you'll find a way.
#12539 - Which question seemed to confuse her? Another thing, …  [+] (6 new replies) 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#12551 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
It's too late to not apologize, and I will not be seeing her until the end of this week.

Here's the part of the conversation in which she leaves to 'break down:'

Me: anyways, those dudes (whose names I can't remember) were judging all of your physical characteristics
Her: which dudes?
Me: Idk
there was one who looked kind of dopey
I remember his name now, because it was Jason and I made jokes about it
Her: Jason?
Me: and there was that black guy who was kind of a major asshole
Her: Who is Jason?
Me: I dunno, he may not have been there, he only came up like twice, to see Vanessa or some shiz
Her: Oh
I dont rmember him
Me: Anyways, that's beside the point
or not really
but I'm getting on with things anyways
Her: kay well i'mmma break down now so bye
User avatar #12554 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Wait, so she was getting upset over the fact that guys thought she looked like a dude and now she's asking you who's judging her?

Also, it might just be me, but it feels like the conversation gets awkward towards the end...
#12570 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
No, those guys were literally judging her physical appearance, she was sitting there talking to them and they were explaining to her why she was 'unattractive.' Honestly, I should have gotten up and smacked all of them to death, but she really seemed to be holding her own. What I was trying to get to was telling her I regret not standing up for her, even if it wasn't really my place.

I would agree it gets awkward at the end, that's the part I was talking about in the original post, where I went wrong. I'm just not sure where specifically I went wrong nor what it was that made things awkward. Keep in mind we are college students, and I'm very awkward and she knows it, so me saying awkward things should not be any surprise to her.
User avatar #12575 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Were these guys doing this in a joking sense or were they being real assholes about it?

Depending on how upset she was, she might've just been seeking a little comfort and you weren't quite giving it.

I'm in college too so I sorta see where you're coming from. I've been in my fair share of awkward conversations. But looking back, I think they almost always came about simply because I wasn't assertive enough.

If you wanna call her beautiful, then do so by all means. Also, reaffirm to her that what's inside counts for a lot too.
#12583 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
Previously in the conversation, I did tell her I think she's beautiful (this is before the awkward part begins).

She was very receptive to it, and I think she now understands I do have feelings for her.

That's where the 'comfort' part becomes a problem. I'm a machine. I can only act on facts and logic. I am practically incapable of relationships, she knows that, and she is the first person I've met who can ... stand me. There are just a lot of times I feel like there's something she's not telling me.
User avatar #12592 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
I honestly completely empathize with the sentiment of feeling like you're "a machine." But sometimes don't you feel like you just want to do things because you want to? In the complete absence of facts, logic, or any other notion of calculated movement?

It might be the clash between your wish to simply act vs waiting to have facts at your back before acting that is the cause of your awkward episodes.
#12530 - What message exactly failed to send properly? "B…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/12/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#12534 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
It was really late, and it's even later now. I don't know if that's well advised. I'm definitely talking to her tomorrow, and she will eventually read my text.

The message that failed to send was actually inconsequential (it could have been any message), as after Facebook said it failed to send, I asked her if she got the message and Facebook just said she didn't for no reason (Facebook does that to me a lot).

This question seemed to confuse her.
User avatar #12539 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Which question seemed to confuse her?

Another thing, although kinda too late, I would recommend against just apologizing just because you think you made her feel down. If she outright comes out and says you upset her from something you said, then apologize.

If anything, just approach her to see how she's holding up tomorrow.
#12551 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
It's too late to not apologize, and I will not be seeing her until the end of this week.

Here's the part of the conversation in which she leaves to 'break down:'

Me: anyways, those dudes (whose names I can't remember) were judging all of your physical characteristics
Her: which dudes?
Me: Idk
there was one who looked kind of dopey
I remember his name now, because it was Jason and I made jokes about it
Her: Jason?
Me: and there was that black guy who was kind of a major asshole
Her: Who is Jason?
Me: I dunno, he may not have been there, he only came up like twice, to see Vanessa or some shiz
Her: Oh
I dont rmember him
Me: Anyways, that's beside the point
or not really
but I'm getting on with things anyways
Her: kay well i'mmma break down now so bye
User avatar #12554 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Wait, so she was getting upset over the fact that guys thought she looked like a dude and now she's asking you who's judging her?

Also, it might just be me, but it feels like the conversation gets awkward towards the end...
#12570 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
No, those guys were literally judging her physical appearance, she was sitting there talking to them and they were explaining to her why she was 'unattractive.' Honestly, I should have gotten up and smacked all of them to death, but she really seemed to be holding her own. What I was trying to get to was telling her I regret not standing up for her, even if it wasn't really my place.

I would agree it gets awkward at the end, that's the part I was talking about in the original post, where I went wrong. I'm just not sure where specifically I went wrong nor what it was that made things awkward. Keep in mind we are college students, and I'm very awkward and she knows it, so me saying awkward things should not be any surprise to her.
User avatar #12575 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
Were these guys doing this in a joking sense or were they being real assholes about it?

Depending on how upset she was, she might've just been seeking a little comfort and you weren't quite giving it.

I'm in college too so I sorta see where you're coming from. I've been in my fair share of awkward conversations. But looking back, I think they almost always came about simply because I wasn't assertive enough.

If you wanna call her beautiful, then do so by all means. Also, reaffirm to her that what's inside counts for a lot too.
#12583 - anonymous (07/12/2012) [-]
Previously in the conversation, I did tell her I think she's beautiful (this is before the awkward part begins).

She was very receptive to it, and I think she now understands I do have feelings for her.

That's where the 'comfort' part becomes a problem. I'm a machine. I can only act on facts and logic. I am practically incapable of relationships, she knows that, and she is the first person I've met who can ... stand me. There are just a lot of times I feel like there's something she's not telling me.
User avatar #12592 - humpaba (07/12/2012) [-]
I honestly completely empathize with the sentiment of feeling like you're "a machine." But sometimes don't you feel like you just want to do things because you want to? In the complete absence of facts, logic, or any other notion of calculated movement?

It might be the clash between your wish to simply act vs waiting to have facts at your back before acting that is the cause of your awkward episodes.
#237 - ^This kid is gonna go places 07/11/2012 on Straight forward +4
#29129 - Considering the fact that I don't know where my father is, tha… 07/11/2012 on Social Board 0
#29093 - Combination of a username from another message board I saw and… 07/11/2012 on Social Board +1
#29091 - ITT: Ask me anything from personal to anything you can think o…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/11/2012 on Social Board 0
User avatar #29127 - awesomenessdefined (07/11/2012) [-]
Would you rape your father to save your mothers life?
User avatar #29129 - humpaba (07/11/2012) [-]
Considering the fact that I don't know where my father is, that'd be difficult either way.
User avatar #29092 - xxbeastlyxx (07/11/2012) [-]
Origin of your username.
User avatar #29093 - humpaba (07/11/2012) [-]
Combination of a username from another message board I saw and Humbaba, a figure from mesopotamian mythology
#12172 - Brushing my teeth again after God knows how long I've been neg…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/11/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #12288 - monkee (07/11/2012) [-]
if you're paranoid about it use a medicated mouthwash especially for gum disease (as that what it souds like you have). If left untreated it's the biggest contributor to tooth loss, so watch out. You can usually find these mouthwashes pretty easy, chemists sell them and so do asda(wallmart if american)
User avatar #12173 - jokeface (07/11/2012) [-]
i guarantee you that no one who uses this website has a medical degree. my best guess would be yes, just keep brushing regularly and they'll go back to normal. but im not a doctor so i wouldn't trust myself
#12190 - awesomebubbles (07/11/2012) [-]
kind of what my dentist told me is they become inflamed do to the infection caused by the plaque build up under the gums, if you can i would recomend going to a dentist because they can get the really hardened plaque off your teeth, but yes brushing 2-3 times a day would make it go away pretty quick.
User avatar #12189 - latinotornado (07/11/2012) [-]
no no your right. Thats just gingivitas because of not brushing or flossing (mainly brushing) it will go down if he continues to brush
#10350 - Taking MCAT exam tomorrow. Bugging out. What do?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/06/2012 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #10519 - xxhunterxx (07/06/2012) [-]
Rape.
Eat more.
Cry.
#54 - Taking the MCAT this friday. Wish me well bros 07/04/2012 on I want to be a Doctor. +4
#97 - I remember actually preferring the chicken over the burgers th… 06/25/2012 on Super Size My Mcdo? 0
#104 - same for me except i said: "hey! how was your winter … 01/25/2012 on Low confidence. +2
#1 - bro, all i can say now is that if you do nothing after this, y…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/09/2012 on Friendzoned 0
User avatar #2 - blainthirty (01/09/2012) [-]
Haha. Theres more after this. I worked it out. I just thought this part was funny
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#220 - **humpaba rolls 996** 12/22/2011 on Racist dog OC (fjchat in desc 0
#308 - must've had like a 7:30 am final the next day. i'd be pissed t… 12/15/2011 on Its Fuckin Bedtime! +1
#3012 - **humpaba rolls 639,859,400** 12/14/2011 on FUNNYJUNK RECORDS 0
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#132 - should be studying for a psychology test i have tomorrow but s… 10/17/2011 on Everyone is thinking the... 0
#39 - know what you mean bro but you gotta just go for it sometimes.… 09/15/2011 on Girl OC +2
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