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- how much eye contact are you supposed to make with someone in …
Depends on what were doing, alot of times I won't maintain eye contact but continue what I'm doing and look at them a little every now and then
make around the same amount of eye contact as the person you're talking to
- i recently got an offer from a local company to shoot and edit…
I would set an hourly rate, some like $15/hour. Even $20. Milk the shit. You didn't have to apply for the job, they came to you, so they obviously want you
I'd say it depends on how much video and editing you need to do, and how comfortable you feel with offering your price. If you are some random guy not with a company, and you don't feel like high-balling over the local company's expectations, just do a flat price of like 200 or 300. Can always do an hourly on top of a flat rate as well, so say 100 for the video interviews with your equipment or whatever, and then 10 an hour after that. If you are using your equipment and traveling somewhere to capture footage for them (like the interviews) make sure you aren't underselling yourself too much on price and end up making very little.
- ive had that thought too, i guess the way i try to think about…
I guess it matters to me, because I was brought up with the idea that good people have no ulterior motives, that they do it purely in the name of something. I just don't really feel there are truly good people anymore, just things that people do that are beneficial to others as well as them.
same as the guy above said, I've known that stuff ever since I was like 14 and have been thinking a lot about it. why does intent matter? what matters is what you do. sure everyone is egoistic, but someone could get pleasure by raping a girl. but that person decides not to do that and to help the homeless instead. sure that person does it for pleasure, but that person still tries to get the most pleasure for itself while at the same time giving it to others instead of hurting them.
sure there are no "truoy good" people like in the stories, but most stories are inaccurate. people love inaccurate stories because they make them think that there is more to life. because they think life isnt enough in itself.
that's why it's wrong to raise a kid with unrealistic ideals, no matter how pretty they are. life is great and someone who likes to help others is a great person.
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- so if i'm understanding correctly, youre saying i should accen…
- is it better to be yourself or be who others want you to be? i…
I'm going to answer in bullet points because I hate missing any part of a certain question.
+ It's better to be yourself but to understand that there is a time and place for certain attitudes as well as behaviors. I have a friend who is consistently 100 % himself and his lack of tact would turn a lot of people off from him. There is a reason that many people talk about how they're different once they're comfortable with someone.
+ Don't be confident just put yourself in a position to be comfortable. Don't be a jerk but instead be hardened towards the negativity that you will undoubtedly receive; if you bend over backwards it sets a bad precedent but that doesn't mean you have to be mean. Instead, temper your desire to do every nice little thing that you can think of.
+ Dress nicely isn't as big of a deal to our generation. Instead, it's just making sure that your clothes fit in a flattering way and don't have rips or stains in them. Don't smell bad because you don't wash your clothes haha.
+ You're not going to pretend to be something you're not for the rest of your life. My best example I can give you is that I love Manga and Comic Books. However, that's not information that my friends or people I begin dating typically learn until much later. There's just some things that don't need to be shared until you feel safe doing so. Have fun with it man. Experiment, approach each date differently.
Dressing nicely is subjective. You need to feel comfortable and just look alright - Correct fitting clothes, a sense of style behind the clothes.
You don't need to be a dick to get girls, but don't be so beta that you're afraid to say things. Being yourself has to have a flow when you're talking, don't stumble on your words or mess up a punchline etc.
Confidence is key but it comes in various different forms. I'm sure if you're on a topic you're genuinely interested in and know quite a bit about, you'll be able to show that excitement and continue a conversation easily. You need to be like that when you're talking about other things you may/may not be interested in - Show you're interested in them and what you're saying, but don't look clingy/attached, keep a bit of distance sometimes - In the sense of treating them like a normal person with your intentions already clear.
There's a really good book called The Game by Neil Strauss, give it a go my dude
so not being confident is part of your personality?
also not being a bit of a jerk?
you do know that doesnt mean you have to be an asshole, just that you gotta be a bit playful
so at the end of the day you are stuck up with a low self esteem. is this who you see yourself as?
also the clothing bit, noone forces you to buy expensive clothes. you dont have to spend thousands to look good. hell I always buy the cheapest stuff I can find and I look good.
How much do you want a girl?
You should always try to be yourself but you should always change for the better. You should be what other want you to be, unless of course it really is what best for you.
Saying i'm just happy being myself take confidence but it might also be a delusion one tells themselve in order to be comfortable with mediocrity. You mentioned something about getting girls. Well the ability to attract a girl prove you have success in at least one manly area. Whether it be confidence, independence, success, fitness ect. We kind of just lump it into being manly or able to pick up girls.
Anyways, you need to look at yourself honestly. If you hear these suggestions to change often then others may be seeing things that you don't. I listen to a seminar once about refinement. "A young man who wants to attract a mate must look in the mirror
Then he must shave and press his clothes."
What about you is worth appreciating? If all you have going or you is that your a nice guy then i got some bad news.
so if i'm understanding correctly, youre saying i should accentuate my good characteristics and change the ones that need improvement? that makes sense, my one issue really is a lack of confidence and since that has pretty much become part of my personality i just cant really see it changing, i know it's a beta thing to say but i really am a nice guy, i'm decent looking, and i can be interesting and funny when i want to, i just need to work on the confidence thing because approaching girls on my own is completely out of character for me. either way, thanks for the reply
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- ive suffered from chronic stomach pain my whole life. basicall…
i just read your thing, and i just want to assure you that it is completely natural to be concerned about your body image
i dont know much about BMI or what a person your age and height and body type should weigh, but i know that you can make your body better and you can love it.
do some exercises, if you feel pain then work around it, dont let it discourage you. you wont see any results for a few weeks, even when you're working hard, but i promise you that if you take care of your body, push yourself, and reward yourself with healthy food, you will get better.
- honestly if youre that scared the best thing to do is figure o…
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