I have an entire bottle of alcoholic egg nog in my closet. I opened it on January 10th and it has since not been refrigerated. I checked it today, and it appears to be just fine and smells the same. Can I drink it? What are the risks other than puking and shitting my brains out, which I am fine with.
My dad is going to off himself and I don't know what to do.
Background: He is a veteran of the US army. My mother divorced him a few years ago due to emotional instability, and has gotten a job from the Census Bureau to pay for child support (even though his retirement checks should cover it). He is an alcoholic. But he seemed to be on the up, so I had minimal concerns for him. Turns out he was laid off for the past six months, his apartment kicked him out today, and he spent his remaining check on god-knows what. So he kept ups this facade of stability even though... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Recent ex-NEET here struggling to stay ex-NEET. Can anyone recommend me some motivating self-help books? Over the last few weeks, I've felt soul-crushing insecurity and loneliness and I think I just need to toughen the fuck up. Any books that are extremely empowering that can help keep me on my path would be great.
Teacher wants us to sit in the same seat for a few weeks to take roll/learn our names/etc...
>3rd week in >get to class 2-3 minutes late >kid sitting in my assigned seat >"... you're sitting in my >"no >"The teacher assigned us seats" >"There's other seats over there" Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>that's my seat, the teacher told us not to change seats >faggot says he doesn't want to move >Alright then >teacher asks you why you arent sat in your seat >say you told fag he shouldn't be sat there but he didn't move
Pretty simple op, if the teacher doesn't comment then who cares?
>Be me, a hs senior that just got dual enrolled at my nearest community college >Basically I sit in the same room with the same people all day, get spoonfed basic college courses and get some college credit >Still virgin and closest experience to getting laid in hs was getting drunk at female friend's house and getting kicked out for making some unwanted advances. >So my class only has one girl; beautiful hippy-ish girl who has fat tities, smokes a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
middle ground. dont go for her, but look for other ways to supplement your dating and sex life. get a fake ID and go to bars. go to clubs that are for 18 and over. try chatting up random hotties. get (but dont solely rely on) tinder. etc.
give up on her tho. when girls like that talk about virgins they mean qts. if i had to guess, you're not a qt.
First up, we were both virgins before, this is a 4 year relationship. So, I have a sensitive vulva, not all of it just a little place in the labia so when im penetrated in the wrong angle it hurts and might get ripped and bleed a bit, hurts one day and then i'm ok.
He knew about this and I told him i'd tell him the best positions and we could work it out some time ago.
The other day he was horny af and we had the chance to fuck all day, so we are going to have sex and I try to tell him how to put it... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Yes I talked with him about it, unfortunately he just said he had so much stress and didn't want to hurt me. Other than that it's for me to find out, I just want to know how to get over this or fix it besides waiting which might not work (and he might feel more pressured now)
>>16784929 Get him worked up with a blow job, when he's hard switch quickly to sex. If it hurts, bite your lip and pretend it doesn't. He will probably ask, just encourage him to come and act like you're loving it. You'll probably have to do this a few times.
He's not anxious, he's conditioned to lose his erection when it's in your pussy now (look up Pavlov). You'll have to reverse the conditioning.
Sucks, but it's the best way to do it, shy of just not having sex again.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I currently work for a health insurance company as an underwriter, but I don't really like my job.
When I was in college, I wanted to be an engineer working in green technology, I had a passion for changing the world through renewable energy. But after I failed out of Mechanical engineering, I switched to Mathematics, with the hopes of getting any old decent job to pay my student loans and eventually returning to school for another technical degree of sorts. The problem is I dont know what technical degrees I should be looking into if I want to work in the renewable... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Don't have any advice for you, but as a current math major who actually loves his coursework but isn't smart enough to be an actuary, how is underwriting as a career? Is the salary nice enough to pay off student loans? Also what was your GPA and did you do any internships?
>>16785218 Underwriting is a pretty good job, with a clear career path and a very marketable set of skills. The salary at entry level is around 40k-50k depending on where you live. If I stick with underwriting I could be making over 100k within 10 years. My GPA was pretty bad because I wasn't motivated after failing out of mech-e... it was 2.6. I had one internship in accounts receivable, which is just corporate term for the collection department. Typical operations support role. I have come to realize that I really hate corporate office jobs. It's so boring sitting there at your desk all day.
I've recently started a new full time job about 6 weeks ago and I'm really enjoying it. It's an office job and the pay is good and my coworkers and I have already become close. My problem is ever since I started this job ive felt very distant from my girlfriend. I'm still in love with her but I've felt a distance between us. I playfully flirt with co workers but nothing more. I want to stay with my girlfriend but I feel like we're growing apart. She's supportive and kind but I just feel distant. It's not like I don't have other friends... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You sound very young. One day you'll learn how to separate work from home and realize these colleagues will drop you quicker than you can expect. Alternatively you can include her in work outings or invite said colleagues over while both of you hosting together...as a team.
Hey /adv/isors, how do I go about looking for a place to rent?
I'm a college freshman, and I'm staying in a dorm right now, but I want to move to a house next semester, and preferably over the summer as well. I've talked to a couple of friends who want to do this with me, the only problem is I don't know where to start looking for a place. Where do landlords advertise this stuff? In the paper? Online somewhere? I don't really have anyone to ask... or at least anyone who I wouldn't feel embarassed to ask. Also, what should I look for and what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16784902 As a college freshman who decided to live off campus his first year, I can tell you that's it's a lot more effort that I expected just to maintain a place. That said, if you're sure you want to rent a place, just google "(your city name) apartments". There's all sorts of websites with basic info on location and price. Once you've found some good ones, call them and ask for a tour. Be looking for signs of age, included utilities/furniture, and their policies on noise, pets and stuff... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
google apartments in your area as others said. also check out renting options via craigslist. dont give me shit about being murdered, its 2016, there are security measures in place. my recommendation is sublet for the first year. or at least six months if you can later get your own place.
sublettings good cuz it lets you figure out whats actually important in a living situation before committing to one. you can elave if it turns out to be more than you can handle as well.
for instance getting your... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
OK so lately, I've had problems with hearing voices. It's legitimately freaking me out now, I had a doctor's appointment the other day (a physical) and she seemed very concerned about my mental health. I am too. But I was scared to bring up anything about it to her, I have another appointment in two weeks.
It really does feel like hearing people laughing at me and calling me a loser. Like suddenly my whole brain is filled with the laughing even though I'm watching tv, at work, listening to music, outside doing something. I want it to stop and I don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You need to bring this up with your doctor, they will find you a specialist who can help you.
You're suffering auditory hallucinations as well as some other stuff. It's possibly schizophrenia but I am not a psychiatrist and I do not want to speak as one.
See a professional, this stuff is treatable and is not the end of your life or your sanity. It's a quirk of your brain that can and has been handled well. I've known a couple schizophrenic people who are decent people who live normal lives, and you can, too.
the whole problem is the voices are very much telling me to either hurt myself or others, that's why it's so scary. honestly I try to feel more confident, working on improving my standing in life, becoming more fit. I guess a lot of failure in the past has fucked me up. I wish I knew how to build confidence and ignore the fucked up things in my head.
I'm really socially awkward and have a hard time making friends.
But that's not what this thread is about. My bigger problem now is that I've started getting better at making friends but I constantly feel self conscious with them. Mostly I feel like I don't know how to strike the right balance between giving attention and avoiding being clingy. I don't want to hang back or leave them alone so much that they think I'm avoiding them but I don't want to call/see them so much that I wear out my welcome with them.
How do you figure... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16784891 Has someone told you you're being clingy? Because if they haven't and you're still curious just pay attention to see if they're ignoring you or getting annoyed. Not saying you'd have to but if you expand your group of friends you won't feel clingy to that one friend
>limit yourself to certain times >get them to invest in said hang out times >gauge their reactions
>limit yourself to certain times.
i see casual friends at most, once a week. but at least once a month. i see good friends AT LEAST once a week, at best twice a week (but more for special occasions). i try not to force things beyond that. if someone gets annoyed seeing you once a week, chances... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16785046 No, nobody has told me that. I even asked one of my friends and she just laughed and told me I was overthinking things and that she enjoyed my company. Still, hard for me to shake the feeling.
I know if I made more friends I could split my time up more, I just have trouble getting close to people. I can be friendly and make new acquaintances all day but just hard for me to connect beyond that.
I dont know what to do, we've been together for a year, i was unemployed for 2 months recently and I feel like i was taking all my stress out on her, now i completely regret it and I know ive fucked up bad. I love this girl to bits and cant stand to see her go, we have a vacation booked for spain in June, how do i convince her to try and hold on until then before we decide to split? This is the only real tough spot weve had in our relatoinship and i dont want to fall at the first hurdle
>>16784850 We had that talk yesterday and she said she didnt know how we'd get back on track, she knows about the trip, we've been planning it since november. I've been through stuff like this before but she hasnt and I know its going to be difficult to get her thinking its possible to get back to a good place
is this break up legitimately happening, or is it somethign you see arriving? like is it already at the phase where she said you need to break up, or is it just you guys having some frustrating time together?
if shes already said 'we need to break up' hten its too late. its over.
but if you guys are just teetering on the edge waiting for someone to say its over, you're in luck.
take whatever money you have lying around
>BUT IM BROKE
then... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a guy, and have a male friend I've known since highschool. He has had all of two GFs that have both ended with him depressed and lonely. I, myself, am into most clean and sane things. Him and I are great friends now, as he now has access to resources I enjoy, while I have an income that keeps me more then happy, and can spend on him time to time (movie tickets, lunch).
I would like to push our friendship into one with benefits. Clearly my friend is a fan of girls, and I have yet to ask him head on (I'd... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16784821 >known him since highschool >choose now to tell him I want to slap weiners together lol dude just fucking get on grindr like every other faggot out there. Don't sacrifice a core friendship just because you're not getting any cock elsewhere.
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