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#30 - Picture 08/31/2016 on y tho +1
#2 - Picture 08/31/2016 on get to the train cj +19
#4 - Man this one hurts cause this happens to me a lot. …  [+] (14 replies) 08/30/2016 on My Life In Memes Part 19 +122
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#87 - elcreepo (08/31/2016) [-]
That happens to me a lot.

I'd like to do what ass recommends but I have no idea where to draw the line between too quiet and sperg moment.
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#53 - ass (08/31/2016) [-]
I had this issue and I found the best solution.

Don't talk. Listen. Don't be too quiet they will think you're weird. Just listen and respond if they ask. Only say what you think is necessary and if you feel you're dragging on, try to make the other party say something. And do not make physical contact because generally that requires stronger relations. Don't go for it until they go for it. And don't overdo it.

If they are annoying, we can take them, but for some reason when we're annoying they can't take us. When you're older you will know how to deal with it.
#101 - jcllcj (08/31/2016) [-]
I'm in my late 20s
#97 - dirtydollar (08/31/2016) [-]
When I saw your username, this is what I wanted to do.
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#44 - lotengo (08/31/2016) [-]
the proper solution is to have a cup of coffee before you go to bed. You won't sleep properly and the next day you will be to tired to talk and therefore wont say stupid things
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#88 - elcreepo (08/31/2016) [-]
Is that how you've been keeping yourself from getting lynched irl?
#67 - anon (08/31/2016) [-]
This idea can't backfire in any way whatsoever.
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#29 - diegotan (08/31/2016) [-]
nkossak lololol
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#20 - menown (08/31/2016) [-]
The solution. Talk to nobody.
#15 - anon (08/31/2016) [-]
Malcolm in the Middle ADVICE TIME

Malcolm: What's it like in there?
Genius kid: What do you mean?
Malcolm: In your brain. I mean, for me it's like, when I think really hard my brain starts making connections and then those connections start making other connections those connections make other connections and it's like a bomb is going off.
Genius kid: It's more like a beehive. And every bee has a brain like yours.

IF YOU WANT TO FIT IN WITH THE NORMIES
Silently "Count to 5", then speak. It keeps those hyper thoughts from just being blurted out and people will like you more because you will seem duller just like them.
And remember that although "THE DULL LIFE IS EASY" (doesn't require so much extra thought and any forethought) remember that you are smart, you are clever, and you are creative. These are highly valuable things to many other smart people, but to the dullards, you need not try so hard to impress them with your genius all the time. Just occasionally wow them, so they remember that you are smart. Don't make it a career to play "HURR HURR LOOK AT ME, I'M THE SMART GUY AND YOU ARE NOT."
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#12 - ablakguy (08/31/2016) [-]
I met some people in one of my classes earlier today. They easily seem like my level on some social pyramid without being awkward autismos. Just talking to them for for an hour made them the closest thing ive had to friends other than coworkers in a few years.
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#90 - elcreepo (08/31/2016) [-]
Why can't I ever find a group of semi-spergs like that... it's always either normal or full-blown autist, never in between. The anime club looked like a good idea until I saw that most of them took it waaaay too seriously the one in my high school was just really a place for low-on-the-pyramid-but-not-retarded people to hang out and watch cartoons . The book club was full of the most quiet antisocial people I've ever met... and all the rest of the clubs are filled with the annoying type of person who is unfortunately the normal standard for my age group.

And since I'm an english/education major it's pretty much the same mix of arrogant overly made up chicks, SJWs, gay guys and antisocial messes. I've made all of two semi-friends.
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#122 - ablakguy (08/31/2016) [-]
None of us knew each other. We all just kinda gravitated towards each other. I swear if I reveal my power level I wont forgive myself. Too bad the class is only once a week.
#5 - pressrtokarthus (08/31/2016) [-]
Every internship of my life so far
#2 - hfw 08/29/2016 on Robot meets femanon. 0
#5 - Picture 08/26/2016 on yeah, i know... +4
#10 - Remy Lacroix  [+] (3 replies) 08/26/2016 on hot hula girl +3
#15 - anon (08/26/2016) [-]
solely* on their hoolahooping skills
#14 - anon (08/26/2016) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image** Fuck yeah!
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#16 - majestispaceduck (08/26/2016) [-]
F