Was out walking with my bf today when I passed some other woman from a language class I rarely go to. I noticed her after she'd already seen me. She was looking at me like she was really surprised/ kinda freaked out to see me and I don't know why. I've only met her once in my little language meet up like nearly 2 months ago, she was in my small novice group and I don't remember anything that strange happening. Heck I don't even remember her name and I've only been to this language meet up twice in about a year so I'm confused. Truth be told I'm pretty shy and a little awkward so it's a big deal for me to go and try. This hurt my feelings and confused me.
Why do I get caught up in my imaginations, fantasies and other "make-believes'"?
In my experience, although people may say something else, they are disgusted by the sight of a man crying. Women especially, they think less of you. Why that is, I have no idea. Everybody might say something different, talk good & how crying is alright and encouraged for men, but the truth is simple, they will think you are weak, they will trust you less because they think you aren't strong enough. As a result of this, we naturally bottle our feelings, which just isn't good for us. I suppose its just biology. Or maybe it's just the environment I've grown up in. Curious to hear some other points of view.
This is the most controversial opinion I hold , so here it goes: I question the so-called singularity of the holocaust (The Idea that the Holocaust is special amongst genocides, because of the industrial implementation and sinister planing), because the atrocities commited in the Congo by the belgians are somewhat compareable: To oversimplify it, The whole black population lived under Nazi-Concentration-Camp conditions having to work themselfs to death. P.S. I didn't know where else to post it, but feel free to comment on this.
4chan is the reason why I will never send nudes.
guys, what would you do if you went through your girl phone & seen on more thab one occasion shes denied your relationship or causally avoided answering certain questions surrounding it?
Few things annoy me more than when people talk about themselves in third person. Like if someone named Jessica says "Jessica is hungry, she wants pizza" BITCH why the fuck can't you just say "I'm hungry, I want pizza"?! It's not cute, it's not funny, it's just fucking irritating and it makes you look like a dumbass. And I don't know why so many people seem to do it. It's different if English isn't your native language, or maybe you have some kind of developmental disorder, and it's a genuine mistake/you don't know how else to communicate. But when normal ass people do it just because, I want to punch them in the fucking face. Cut that shit out.
I may be the only person that likes those, but I love these obscure Hoodies that vaguely imitate the look of a greatcoat or a "(German) Uniform from the first half of the 20th century" or similar. It's the perfect look for a pseudointellectual armchair historian and I objectively look "good" in those.
So, a lot of people complain when people don't respect their triggers/sensitive topics. A lot of people also complain about those ones, saying they're special snowflakes and that the real world has no trigger warnings and so on. How about... you shouldn't expect other people to censor their language or opinions just for you - but you should also be nice enough to not speak about certain things, knowing they'd hurt someone, if you can help it? Like... you can't run around screaming at people who say the word rape, but if you know that the person who hears you is extremely sensitive about the topic, you don't blurt out rape jokes. I say this because I know a ton of people who are extremely on either end of the spectrum and I feel like it's becoming a war. Don't be rude, end of discussion - my opinion.
Think real hard, about the person you plan to have unprotected sex with. If you are not prepared for what may come after, cancel it. NOW!