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- Wanna hang?
- Hugh needs to be the next hero added ultimate: aggressiv…
Kitty likes to jump in the...
- My new roommate is a flight attendant, I can cop buddy passes …
Right now, I live on the big one.
- Am I the only one around here who loves the English one? Like …
Zelda crying in 12...
- If there's any ladies in the bay area who would like to give o…
Then you are not AT MY LEVEL
I fucking need anything
Still no homo
Bay area mentioned, swell with technology and overpriced housing.
>I can cook
this should be enough tbh-lgbtqaiop+++
Girl I know recently did a internet-survey on our university -
I have NO idea why she did it, probably boredom or to proove a point
about what women like in men.
Being a good cook was actually FAR above good looks, being sportive, money...
Yeah? Well I'm a fucking chef, how do you explain why I'm still single?
maybe it's because you're an anon
I don´t know you, so no idea...there´s obviously a shitload of possibilities.
I think everywhere a lot of people need some attention dude
And you can always hug a bro, bro
remember: "no homo"
- I really wish I knew just how to pinpoint exactly what in life…
I think I know that feeling.
You see your life and see that it is good, but you're still sad and you don't know why - heck, you probably know somebody far worse off than yourself
heavily dyslexic, plain dumb, ugly, poor, dealing with some sort of mental problem, handicapped, etc.
and yet, somehow, you are sad.
When I had it like that, it was a
of misplaced anger
you know how kids are told not to hit back when they're bullied because "then they're as bad as the people attacking them" or "just ignore them and it'll go away"? Yeah those are falsehoods and doing that for a decade will give you mental issues
What ended up helping was
A) Getting into a fight. Not a long one, not one with a lot of bruises or risk or anything, but just taking a confrontation physically lets the levee break. You may realise how liberating and calming it is to no longer have to expend energy holding back anger.
B) Finding a guitar and playing and singing. It beats crying into a pillow and it lets you pour your emotions into something.
Might be anger issues in disguise.
That's what professionals are for: Giving you the opportunity to find out what's wrong, by providing you with a competent mirror to see your self in. If you know what's "off" they can help you find ways to cope or overcome.
If your blueness is troublesome enough for you, you should consider visiting a psychologist - they don't bite.
- If they had maybe done a good job or some other thing I think …
I don't think so...it would have been weird to see that, considering the next movie, episode IV, takes place literally a few days after Rogue one.
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