I have a lowkey crush on my math professor. She doesn't wear make up but is so gorgeous. Sometimes her face glows and the red cheeks just get me lost in equation hahaha
Man : I like dirty sex and I imagine doing nasty stuff with girl idk why I try to start have normal thought but I can't stop dirty things turn me on what should I do!!?
I felt so worse not to pass the test. I'm sorry , mum and dad :(
being a teenager is hard and if being a adult is hard too I never want to grow up
I have a friend name Felicia. And I dont like shouting the phrase "bye felicia!" When she's away leaving to her next class. Im more uncomfortable than she is. But thats how she became popular with her name. But nobody uses the phrase in my whole school especially in fromt of her because if someone say it, she's like, "bruh im not going anywhere!"
I don't get it why boys and one in particular would whisper "that's here" or "she is finally here" when I enter the room. And then whisper "but she is really the one" when the ther girl enters. Or when this guy seat with me during lunch and his friends would give glances, smirk or whisper to each other or give thumbs up. Like, I don't get it. Why would they do that and what does it mean
Today I found out that one of my favorite teachers has been arrested and charged with statutory rape. I don't know how to react. This seems so out of left field for her. I just... I mean, this is really hard for me to process. I have always looked up to her and admired her, and to find out that she could be capable of something like this... This is shortly after finding out that my dad, who I used to look up to, is also not at all worthy of being a role model. It feels like everyone I considered to be the best people in my life is actually a piece of shit somehow. It's... not a great feeling. And as if all that isn't bad enough... I was super close with this teacher. Like "friends on Facebook, still talked for several years after I graduated, consider her a real friend" close. And she was my first gay crush. At a time when I still thought being gay was an atrocious sin, I was attracted to her somehow. She helped me realize I was bi (though she has no clue of that). Idk what I even want to say here. I just need to talk. I'm so bothered by this. When I first found out, I dissociated for over an hour. I'm crushed by this. I just hope the accusations are false and that she's innocent.
I wanted to know how did you find out what job or degree you want to pursue. I am struggling as I don't know what to take in college/university. My hobby is painting and cooking yet family said I'll be just a waiter/everyone's servant or painting is nothing. They want me to be a doctor or an auditor. I don't know what to take so if anyone can share how did you found the right job/degree/career, I am thankful.
I am ashamed of my job. I was at a "higher" school (it's called Gymnasium in my country, you go there for 2 more years than those who "only" go to middle school and you get a more valuable degree which allows you to go to university). All my classmates go to uni, study some awesome things. It's generally seen as a "must" to go to uni if you went to the Gymnasium, getting a regular job is just for the "dumb" people who went to regular school. I know this sounds harsh, but that's really how people see it. Now I tried uni, but failed miserably, and I figured that I'd rather get a regular job that brings me less money than wasting years of my life at uni where I possibly won't even get a degree. It's a really primitive office job, but I like it a lot. I'm not smart, and there I feel like I'm good at what I'm doing, so I'm happy about it. But whenever I meet someone new or catch up with old classmates, and they tell me how they're becoming doctors and lawyers and then ask what I'm doing, I'm so ashamed to tell them. Because they always look at me strangely and then ask "What? Why?" and try to convince me that it's a stupid choice and that I should go to uni. At this point I'm even avoiding meeting people altogether because I hate having these conversations.
When I was little, my favorite "game" to play during summer vacation was school. I missed school and wanted to go back. I wanted to learn. This was before my family got a computer, way before wifi and smartphones were invented, so it's not like I could just go on educational websites any time I wanted. So if I had a workbook from school that I didn't finish, I finished it. If we went to the library, I usually played an educational game installed on the computer. One time all the computers were filled, so I got an encyclopedia, turned to a random page, and copied down notes about jaundice. In fourth grade, my school gave out old copies of an outdated science book and I studied from it for fun. Even as an adult, I still like learning for the sake of learning. I'm teaching myself French just because. I still have some old textbooks in storage in case I get bored one day.