Same song, different dance. Another woman comes into my life and makes me think she can be my cinnamon girl, but she's just toying with me. She reads my darkness and pain with one look, she sees the loneliness in my eyes and decides to add to it.
This is what she looks like this time. Should I play through this same song and dance?
I've noticed my partner has some triggers that get them really angry but I'm pretty sure that stuff would piss them off coming from anyone and not just me, only with me we're open enough that we can communicate about it and they don't have to hide that it's pissing them off so much. And the same goes for me, pretty much, though I don't like to think about mine. But we never use these things even when we disagree about something and are arguing because we don't like hurting eachother's feelings and pushing buttons like that is a low blow.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
being cavalier or flippant about safety usually trips her, but aside from that, we were best friends for four years prior to our relationship so we typically have a hard time truly upsetting one another
Why do people never want to talk about anything interesting? Most people's conversations revolve around talking shit about people, gossip, etc. and shut down when I try to talk about anything else. How do I find people who aren't so boring and egotistical?
I can't remember the last time I was in a social setting in conversation and thinking "boy, this shit is even more intensely trivial, frivolous, meaningless, trite, shallow, etc than usualy conversation!"
Every one of my close friends is intelligent and enjoys learning. Having some drinks and talking geopolitics isn't at all uncommon. Theology and economics, either.
But even when I go to house parties with my homies, I don't end up viewing the conversation as asinine drivel. It isn't that everyone there is talking about exactly what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Geopolitics is boring AF for my taste, and more oft than not leads to a fight, however small >Theology...It's a wonder I'm still alive today >I don't understand economics at all, only that coins are shinier than bills and thus prettier
The few interesting talks I have with my few interesting friends are usually about things like whether avant garde... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have had an ongoing problem with younger brother (he's 12) and he's gradually getting worse at school and at home.
>recently started making excuses to get out of school >only goes about 2-3 days a week >he was pretty bad about doing his homework last year >went like a month without doing any homework >he's better about it but only if me or my mom checks >parents don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I don't really know shit about kids, but maybe you could try to talk with his school's counselor and see if you can hook him up with some kind of program to straighten him out. If your parents cared or if you had the money I'd say send his ass to boarding school.
>>16437311 If your parents don't care enough to do something, there's really not much you can do. All I'll say is, he knows better. He just doesn't give a shit because he gets what he wants. He may be acting out due to stress, bullying, etc. or he may have some sort of personality disorder in the works. I certainly didn't behave like that when I was that age without good reason.
i am not sure how you are going to solve this but the way i see it is that something happened to him in school. either bad company or some serious bullying.
i don't know anything about him but i think that he is spoiled a lot and from what i have seen so far when you spoil someone a lot he will start going astray. especially if he doesn't get punished his mistakes. which is the case in your brother
first of all, try to learn about your brother. From what you said he is not willing to talk and your parents don't care. but there are ways to know about... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Unfortunately girls (and a good amount of men) really don't go for the ultra direct approach of walking up to a stranger and proposing a sexual encounter. You have to at least go through some of the motions and pretend to want to talk to them and shit. The only people that would actually use or go for that direct approach are probably unclean or scumbags.
You're going to cockblock yourself like that. Really you are. If you want to have sex or do sexy things with a girl you're going to need to set the tone. That means flirting with her and eventually heading somewhere private. If you go in with your plan you're going to spoil the mood completely. Being too forward is a bad thing.
>>16437290 5 foot 11 inches. chubby I'm a bit of a sperg when I'm nervous and when I meet new people, but If I know you, I'll act fine, the better I know a person the more comfortable I am with being around said person.
I am in college, technically not working, interning for a job.
I don't look like a qt teen, I guess a good comparison is Judah Friedlander, or seth rogan complete with glasses and such.
Note: I am referring to countries where you have to do Law/Medicine/almost everything as an undergraduate
Yeah, most people (maybe 90%) want to become lawyers, doctors, etc, but then you have that minority which goes major in something such as Biology, Music, Mathematics, etc. Why pick these majors?
Yeah, I understand that being a doctors/lawyer can be stressful, but there are other majors which lead to an easy, well-paid job such as Dentistry, Actuarial Science, Economics, Accounting, etc. Why not pick those majors? And some of these fields are not saturated yet.
Every jobs sucks in their own way. In some way, doing research in the field of math is more stressful than being an actuary. For a start, your funding will be cut if you have nothing published and then your have no income. The PhD market is saturated and it is very unlikely that a Math PhD can find a stable, permanent job one day.
And really, all jobs become monotonous over time. Practising playing the same instrument every day becomes dull over time. The Music field is saturated as heck. And what can a Music major do if he can't find a decent job after university? Teach little kids an instrument? Even that is not as easy as it seems - little kids tend to misbehave and muck around and some are not even bothered to practise playing any instruments.
>>16437267 I know, little babbies fresh outta HS don't know shit and their counselors don't help them at all and tell them to go STEM or do "what their heart desires (ends up as arts/humanities 90% of the time)" and they end up missing a bunch of great careers without too much work.
Wish I knew that when I was in school, then maybe I would've done something I could handle instead of trying engineering, getting stressed and drinking till I dropped out.
Oh well, I'm doing alright... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
We live in a society that is relatively post-scarcity, at least in the West. Pursuits like studying Humanities in an academic setting used to be strictly the purview of the wealthy. Dishonest advertising, willful blindness and relative ease of acquiring wealth have made the pursuit of non-renumerative skills and studies more accessible. The plain fact is that most trades and pursuits don't require university education- in that vein, education becomes a participation trophy. However, the market is slow to respond to that- there's a very valid reason why there are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16437267 >Why doesn't everyone think just like me? Gee, it's almost as if people have different priorities in life and are willing to sacrifice a comfortable living and risk failure to pursue something that makes them fulfilled with their life. I'm sorry, but this is the fundamental error that everyone makes, and can never seem to get over: you assume everyone else shares your values, and when others make different decisions on what to do with their lives, it's attributed to their "lack of intellect" or "lack of thinking things through." Yes, there are people who don't think through their decisions, but you'd be surprised how many people within these risky fields actually know more about it than you do, yet still accept the risks and challenges of entering it.
So, my girlfriend had an itch in her vagina, and she was scratching her vag way too hard, I got a little freaked out because of that and forced her to visit a gynecologist, and she took a pap test and the result was she had HPV and she has to take another test to see if there's anything wrong with her uterus or matrix, my question is, it's most likely sure I've got that thing already since we've been having sex without protection, but I'd like to know what measures should I take and if there's a way to help her get through this, I know the virus... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The majority of women can't achieve orgasm by vaginal intercourse alone. As you proceed through life and defile other women, you'll see that, so don't blame yourself, at least not entirely. HPV is one of those things you really don't want. You need to get tested. If you test positive, you may not suffer any ill effects- it's funny like that, but you may have issues, too. I have a friend that has to have his dick warts burnt off every year or so, which is funny, sort of, if it ain't you, but apparently makes his dong look like a hot dog left... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
stop, take a deep breath, and do something you find erotic to her. for instance, play with her boobs, or eat her out, whatever turns you on. its all about stimulation. i personally enjoy eating out, so if i think i need to get hard, i rub myself while eating her out.
sometimes you need to be fluffed, like let a girl suck you off til hard. just dont focus on getting hard, focus on something sexy.
I notice with certain friends, whether they're a roommate or someone I chill with on a regular basis we eventually get on each others nerves quicker than other ones. But whenever I take a break from their presence the tension dies down. I'm not sure if this is coming across clearly, but does anyone else notice themselves? What would you call these type of friends?
>>16437136 Yeah, I definitely should of taken that into consideration with my roommates this year round. It reminds me of siblings, and I almost feel like I could just jump at them like when I was a little kid with my family.
>>16437152 To add on, sometimes I see one of them like how my older brother used to pester me all the time, except we're in the same grade. It's strange seeing that 2-3 year age difference having less relevance as you get older.
I'm an 18 year old senior but I don't do much on the weekends. I usually go home and sleep or play video games, but as of recently I've been looking more and more towards socializing with people, but I don't know how to ask them if they want to do anything. Any suggestions? All replies are welcome.
I am literally in that exact same situation my friend, I have people I hang out with but I just dont know how I can ask them to hang with me outside of school. I really want some /adv/ on this topic as well
I have not had luck with online dating since breaking up with my ex some months ago. I feel like I could get back with my ex if I messaged her again, but she is also insane. Borderline personality disorder.
I know it was a toxic relationship, but I am very alone. I don't go out much, I met her by pure luck. If I don't get back with my crazy ex, what do I do? Wait months, years even, until I find someone? Or maybe never? I'm 25 years old, people my age are starting to have kids. My ex was my only friend too, so in losing her I lost my best friend. Should... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>16436918 dont do it. trust me in this, op. i have experienced a similar situation, mine did not get any less crazy. personally, pussy is certainly not worth having to deal with someone with that particular disorder
no one wants to be with someone who just wants to be with anyone. the fact that you are thinking about going into something BAD because its better than being alone should tell you had little you think of yourself. if you dont enjoy a single moment alone, why would anyone enjoy a moment with you.
delete the dating apps, and date yourself. and i mean that in a serious way. force yourself to see a movie alone. go eat a dinner alone. do things you wanted to do on dates that girls never wanted to do.
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