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Does anyone else have a hard time imagining how anyone could love a particular person? I think to myself, why would any girl commit herself to so many of my exes? Granted, I only dated a small handful of real, supreme douche nozzles, whereas the others were great guys, but I can't honestly believe that some girl thought Karl was funny enough to be around for more than a month, or that Kevin's constant negativity and sarcasm was endearing, or that Pat's indecisive, wannabe with you/don't wanna be with you bullshit was thrilling.
And then I think about my lovely boyfriend, and how he caught his ex-girlfriend texting her baby's father to meet up for "coffee." I want to ask her, "What exactly were you missing when you were with him?? Maybe I can set you up with Kevin. He'll fuck you for half a year without his real girlfriend knowing. Or Conrad! He couldn't even keep his room clean. Your kid can hide his boogers there!"
Anyways. People, eh.
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Personally, what defines having a "drinking problem"? I'm 21 and in university, I usually drink once or twice a week and not enough to get sick. I only drank once this past weekend so tonight since I have class at 2pm tomorrow, I'm gonna have 6 beer.
I don't think this is a drinking problem, but would some people consider this an issue? This is more of a question, than asking for advice.
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So my best friend broke up with his girlfriend a while ago, much to the relief of our little social group (she was kind of a cunt). A few days after it happened, him and I went out to get food, just talking about life and shit. Anyway, nothing dramatic or lifechanging happened, just that I learned how different we are in terms of looking at relationships. He's the kind of person that pretty much HAS to be in a relationship, otherwise he gets horribly depressed and can't seem to function.
I on the other hand have not been in a relationship since high school (22 now), and I'm okay with that. I just don't care. I'm not opposed to relationships, just that I don't actively try to look for someone. I guess this makes me seem kind of cold to someone like my friend, but I dunno. I thought my behavior was normal compared to his, but we both thought the viewpoint of the other was strange.
So I guess I'm just curious: is it more normal to want to be in a relationship, or to not care one way or another? I realize how socially retarded of a question that sounds, but I don't really talk about this with friends so I'm not sure.
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Hey /adv/, so there will be a girl coming over this evening in about an hour for whom I will be making supper. I am showered, shaved(upstairs and downstairs), the place has been cleaned and order been made, ingredients have been purchased and the creme brûlée is setting in the fridge.
Any suggestions so that this goes the right way, I hope it evolves into a romantic evening... what music should I put on, if any? Similar stories to share? Go ahead! Will post greentext of the evening/night tomorrow if the thread is still up
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Please mods, don't 404 this, I work grave, so I only have time to make posts in the dead of night. I lurk/post here a lot and really care about the board, and this issue has been in my head for some time. Thanks
I will greentext to the best of my ability.
>Meet very socially awkward girl at community college
>sparks flying everywhere, we hit it off very quickly, share deep emotional bonds/similarities with everything, from our artwork, personal philosophy, love of animals, etc.
> big red flag is that she has bad social anxiety, but I am patient and help her realize that I do accept her.
>she leaves to college and our conversations stymie by intent, after some bumpiness (longing, mostly), so we can focus on school
>She comes back to town, as I later find out from her, but didn't contact me.
>Slows her responses to FB/text to once a week
Clearly, she isn't interested anymore, right?
>Express concerns about what her intentions are.
>She says that she feels anxiety whenever she talks to me, and so that's why she slowed down her responses.
I still really fucking dig this chick, but it's just so blatantly not being reciprocated....or is it?! The toughest thing is that she WILL type out long blocks of text explaining everything about her behavior, in perfectly frank terms, and it all makes sense.
It's just a very tough call between "Do I need to be more patient and understanding of someone with an anxiety disorder that I care about?"
"I'm being strung along."
People who have had depression/anxiety and partners that couldn't understand it, please give me your two cents. Does this sound like something within the realms of possibility? Her not messaging me often, when she clearly has the ability?
Sorry for the long post, but I don't feel it's too bloated...
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> Life of crime
If you were to advise me on taking part in some sort of criminal activity what would it be? The only things I have in mind are:
> Risk factor
> Length of time in prison
For example, selling drugs may bring in a steady amount of money, even though it's low risk of being arrested, a lot of the time you're not making that much money. On the other hand - robbing a bank is going to set you up for life, either a life of luxury or imprisonment.
My stepfather was a very successful drug dealer in the 90s (Not like, Cuban druglord status, but very wealthy) so I have a lot of contacts. I also know some pretty shady fucks who can do a lot for the right price.
I'm educated, charming and can talk my way through a lot of situations, on the other hand I can't fight for shit and I guess I'm a bit of a moralfag, in the sense that I wouldn't mug and old lady-type-of-thing.
My main idea is a well-planned burglary, I just don't know anyone with experience with this sort of thing.
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I liked this guy and he did something not very nice so I told him I would talk to him a couple more days once I am comfortable talking again. We started talking again and he sends me quick questions like what is up? Before I use to respond with long replies talk about my entire day and he respond back with something short but I decided I would put equal effort and let it happen naturally rather than pushing it. But today for some reason when I was talking to him about art he sent me this message, "this wasn't exactly what I meant with "talk to me when you feel like talking" So I don't really see why you did, when you make it so fucking hard to have a conversation.", I am really confused on why I got this message?? I mean I have been putting the same effort as him and are talking to him just not as long as I use to, I now focus on other things, I am running more, and drawing more. How do I reply to this? Why is he doing this?
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Me and my girlfriend of two years broke up last monday, september 16th.
She said that the reason for ending it was that she didn't feel as if i loved her, and that I was too much of a flirt with other girls in our theater company that we work at (i will not disclose the name of the company)
I explained to her that it wasn't at all that way several times, but on this day in particular I had just about enough of her shit, so I told her to make a decision and she decided to leave. I now extremely regret not getting her to stay, because I love this girl with all my heart and I do not want to love anyone else but her.
We talked over the weekend, and I told her how I felt. She says that she's going through too much right now - that she can't have a boyfriend because of her depression and how she isn't good enough. I've explained to her that she is good enough. I just want her back. Today after one of our rehearsals (we're putting on phantom, it's going to be great) I went into the light booth where she works at and talked with her and hugged her on my way out. It was very tight, and she clutched at my back and snuggled to my chest. I brought up that she snuggled me and she denied it flirtatiously. She says she still cares about me, and I just want her back. Should I wait everything out for her to get better and see if she wants to date then? Or should I slowly work my way back into her life? I don't know what to do. I just want her back guys...