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Hello there /adv/, I am a 20 years old male and I pay visit to my aunt house to just say hello, she's not married she have kids they like me because i'm kind with them so when I go to her house she hugs me and keep kissing me even though I'm 20 years old and she's 34 years old I used to sit on her lap when I was a boy it was fun, now she sits on MY lap I find it a bit awkward to no tell her to, but when she sits on me I get an erection sometimes it even touch her I can't just say it's my phone or so, one time she told me ''You will be in deep troubles, if I tell my sister about this'' but she keep sitting on my lap everytime I visit her it like she's teasing me or something, if she wasn't my aunt I would have made her sit on my penis long time ago, please help me out /adv/
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>kind of gay
>more like bi
>super attracted to traps
>decently attracted to women
>unattracted to males
>can't get it up when I'm with a girl in bed (due to much alcohol, nerves, stimulants, (or maybe I'm gay?))
What can I do, other than stop masturbating, to get a boner when I'm with a girl?
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We had been chatting online for quite awhile, and decided on today. I asked what time would be good, and she said I could come over anytime. Thing is she lives like an hour away (which I guess isn't ideal, but I'm okay with it for now). I talked to her last night and asked if I could text/call her in case I got lost, and just got the "Seen" message, but that was already after I had gone to bed.
Think I should wait for her to sign on and say it's okay for me to come, or for her to ask "Hey are you still coming"?, so should I try sending her another message? I could message her on FB, Skype (but she rarely responds there, not sure if it's a glitch), or text her.
I don't want to seem beta or something. >_> And I've heard it's good to make the girls come to you. Thing is I don't want it to get to be too late in the day, and then go that far to only spend a short while with her and have to come all the way home...
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I know it's a bit early to think about that, but I think it's important. I'm in my final years of my bachelor's degree and I'm not particularly interested in going to grad school. I have a very decent job in a publishing house and I work through the internet, so I could go pretty much anywhere after I'm finished with my studies.
The thing is I'm getting really fucking tired of living in the city. I spent a fairly good part of my childhood at the family's cottage and my grandpa's house in the countryside, so I could say I feel more at home outside city limits. I'm a pretty big outdoorsman and the stress of the city easily gets to me. I'm thinking about eventually buying a house in the countryside with a bit of land, but I'm not sure if I should do it.
Theoretically, I'm a freelancer, so this isn't the most reliable job there is and there aren't much benefits apart from the paycheck. My education and a fair bit of my work experience are oriented towards being an archivist, but I don't enjoy that job a whole lot. Plus I'm not really interested nor have expertise or experience in "countryside-style" work.
Anyone in a similar situation? Is this just an "Into the Wild" phase I'm going through? Should I just suck it up and stay in the city for more job opportunities? Is staying freelance an unwise career choice?
Tl;dr: OP doesn't know whether to stay in the city to have better jobs and be miserable or to buy a house in the countryside and sacrifice job opportunities to be happy.
Sorry for my meh English.
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I am being presented with a tough choice, /adv/.
I've recently gotten engaged to a girl who hails from Iowa. She's come to live with me and so far our lives together have been pleasant, but tough. We love each other very much and couldn't bare to be parted, but the difficulty comes from our current location. The city I live in has given me a game-testing job with enough pay to get the bills taken care of and occasionally have a bit of fun. Unfortunately I can't hope for anything beyond that, there isn't much room in my company for advancement and there are no medical benefits, so one trip to the hospital and I'm sunk. Also, I dropped out of college with close to a $30,000 debt, so we've had to place forbearance on that a few times but we'll only be able to avoid paying it for so long.
On the other hand, my future in-laws in Iowa have kindly extended a hand of hospitality and will allow us to live with them, rent free, in exchange for us to simply keep the place clean. It would be great if I could just send the majority of the money I make toward my college debt and not worry about it, and I figured this may be a great opportunity to get better at my true passion, creating artwork. Perhaps the isolated environment and few distractions would serve to better focus me into developing my talents so I can produce job-worthy material.
What do you think I should do, /adv/?