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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:35 PM

You're going through a pretty standard thought process for teenagers, Method. Question faith, question everything in your life now. Sort it out and be happy with yourself, because it's the only way you'll be ready to take on what comes after. As for the right now, I suggest delving into some literature. You're not the first person to hate the idea of death, and you're not going to be the last. Almost every great story had an author struggling behind the scenes, and quite a few of those were existential in essence.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:48 PM

QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:31)
I've definitely been in your position before, and I'm glad I got out of it. You should read The Catcher in the Rye if you haven't already done so. Also, sex should be something you have with someone you really love. Make sure your first time having sex is with the right person and that it's special. If you're one of those guys who has sex with different girls all the time, you're bound to eventually feel empty. Sex should be spiritual.

I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Read The Catcher in the Rye.

ok I just ordered it from Amazon. If it makes a difference I'll let you know. Believe me I've heard how sex should be something special with someone you love but how often do you find someone special. I'm just so confused about this sh*t and everytime I think I understand, things just become even more complicated.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:53 PM

QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:31)
I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Bang, you hit the nail right on the head there. People (especially teenagers) think that getting laid is the most important thing in life. You have better things to worry about than losing your virginity. It looks like you try hard at finding the right girl, T.Rez so keep trying and I'm sure your luck will change.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:58 PM

QUOTE (T.Rez @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:48)
QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:31)
Read The Catcher in the Rye.

ok I just ordered it from Amazon.

If I was Ringo Star or Paul McCartney I'd be hiring some extra security right about now.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 10:36 PM

QUOTE (4 Bagger @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:53)
QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:31)
I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Bang, you hit the nail right on the head there. People (especially teenagers) think that getting laid is the most important thing in life. You have better things to worry about than losing your virginity. It looks like you try hard at finding the right girl, T.Rez so keep trying and I'm sure your luck will change.

The state of the girls mentality these days is what made me start to really detest sex, and yet I'm embarassed to announce this in RL due to other lads laughing at me. From my personal experience, girls seem to be so attention-seeking and believe that just because they open their legs, everyone likes them, when in fact they don't realise that guys will go for anything with a hole. Sex is far too over-rated, and I'm sick of this being the main priority these days. Might just be down to me always finding the wrong lass, but what happened to real relationships, where the connection that's made is through getting to know each other and sharing stuff, rather than just how many times you can shag each other within a day. Sex for me has always been a low priority when it comes to lasses, but I always feel stupid for this. confused.gif

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 10:38 PM

I hate working 7 days a week...

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 10:41 PM

QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 23:36)
Might just be down to me always finding the wrong lass, but what happened to real relationships, where the connection that's made is through getting to know each other and sharing stuff, rather than just how many times you can shag each other within a day.

I believe true relationships died along time ago along with manners. confused.gif

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 10:45 PM Edited by Ziggy455, 17 April 2012 - 10:56 PM.

QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:36)
QUOTE (4 Bagger @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:53)
QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:31)
I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Bang, you hit the nail right on the head there. People (especially teenagers) think that getting laid is the most important thing in life. You have better things to worry about than losing your virginity. It looks like you try hard at finding the right girl, T.Rez so keep trying and I'm sure your luck will change.

The state of the girls mentality these days is what made me start to really detest sex, and yet I'm embarassed to announce this in RL due to other lads laughing at me. From my personal experience, girls seem to be so attention-seeking and believe that just because they open their legs, everyone likes them, when in fact they don't realise that guys will go for anything with a hole. Sex is far too over-rated, and I'm sick of this being the main priority these days. Might just be down to me always finding the wrong lass, but what happened to real relationships, where the connection that's made is through getting to know each other and sharing stuff, rather than just how many times you can shag each other within a day. Sex for me has always been a low priority when it comes to lasses, but I always feel stupid for this. confused.gif

What I find hilarious with most girls nowadays is that they believe sex to be this penultimate act of love or 'as good as a relationship' gets. All of these girls I see and talk to go on about how the man has lost interest after sex which I find credible. Most of the girls I know are whiny neurotic hypocrites. However, I lost my virginity to a horrible bitch and it is something I regret.

Seriously, I get brandished an old man because I don't want to go out and f*ck things all the time. I mean for some reason I don't find joy in it unless I really like the person. monocle.gif

Steering clear of it at such a young age is the right thing to do, keeps you off the damn list of teen fathers, keeps you clean, and keeps your head straight. I don't know how many lads I've met who have dived into a relationship solely based on the sex. It clouds judgement.

My rant on women and 'the death of the gentlemen'

Girls, as I have seen lately, have really lost their logical thought process. I mean I'm a decent guy -I'm not bragging- with women I'm chivalrous, I give women my jacket when they're cold, I pay for the meals, I'm complimentary and honest and beyond that I remain faithful.

I recently left a relationship and my ex (as you have probably read) cheated one me and returned to her sleazy ex who is not only a cheater, but just an all out c*nt. Well all I seem to get lately is girls going 'Wah wah f*ckin' wah he cheated on me! f*ck the male race! f*ck men, all of them are pricks.' The answer to this is the simple one that most of us know. The 'nice' guys get friend-zoned'. Girls must love to get treated like sh*t because they always seem to go for the absolute cocks.

Now I read a status the other day (I will take no liberty in the grammar of this facebook status, you shall read it how it was written):
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Tel u what,, f*ck the male race! ure all c*nts why cant i find a decent lad??


Now now, I felt just as sick reading it as you. Not out of concern of being a grammar Nazi, but out of concern as a man. Beyond her very low form English skills, it appears, after much questioning, this girl was dating an ex-convict and a well known player. But! She knew that.

I stand before you all to say that the era of 'The Gentlemen' has not died. We are all very much still here, and we're still being friend-zoned. It appears women's standards have slipped, as well as socialism. I just don't understand any of this, and any of you in my kind of position and state of mind should be on my page too.

I just feel like buying a gun and going on a spree when this is all I see on facebook (a poisonous site).

To the whole 000.1% of Women who took the time to read this, there are real people out there. Not just c*nts and dicks and god-damn players. Some of us still regard you with decency and respect, even though you don't seem like you want it.

End of rant. moto_whistle.gif

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 11:10 PM

QUOTE (AlexGTAGamer @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:41)
QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 23:36)
Might just be down to me always finding the wrong lass, but what happened to real relationships, where the connection that's made is through getting to know each other and sharing stuff, rather than just how many times you can shag each other within a day.

I believe true relationships died along time ago along with manners. confused.gif

Bang on, mate. I've always been brought up with respect, manners and whatnot, and appreciate the fact that my parents stayed together, loyalty and all that included, and only ended through death. I hate this whole 'treat them mean, keep them keen' attitude, and believe it to be one of the most pointless things ever within a relationship. If 2 people truly like each other, then why would you need to treat thm mean, just t keep the relationship going strong? Surely it should be down to you both forever building upon the relationship through the conversations you have, the interests you share, the private jokes you have etc. Through my personal experience of relationships, no girl has ever wanted this...including my most recent relationship, where everytime I tried talking to my lass, she wasn't interested, and resulted in us only spending time together when we were sleeping with each other.

I've been cheated on numerous times, all for the sole reason of me not having a huge interest in sex. At the end of the day though, I used to take her out all time to restaurants, the cinema, shopping, and every penny virtually was spent on her...only for her to take advantage of me buying her new dresses and giving her money for nights out, only for her to go sleep with another guy every night.

The major problem for me is, I tend to go for younger lasses for some reason, maybe down to personal confidence, and it seems all they want to do these days is have 'fun'...pathetic.

@Ziggy...Just what I was getting at. Due t my upbringing, I get laughed at by many lasses because of the way I am when it comes to relationships. Since the age of 18 or so, my main aim was to just find a lass who I connectd with, rather than one of those guys who went out every night with the sole intention of bagging a lass. I'm proud to say I've only slept with about 6 lasses in my life, and concentrate more on a relationship.

My first major relationship was absolutely perfect, and even though it ended with her cheating on me, I still have a massive amount of respect for her because of how the relationship went. We spent every day talking about everything, from films/TV to music...the only downside to this is I've been comparing every girl to her since, simply because this is what I want from a relationship.

One of the worst things is when you see so many lasses stating that they hate how their lads are treating them, yet continue to go for these 'bad lads'...and lads like me, who treat them with the upmost respect, loyalty etc, are the ones who get treated like sh*t.

/rant.

Yes, just finished a 2 year relationship and found out about her cheating on me multiple times, so my respect for lasses of this generation has gone down...but I'm not saying all lasses are like this...just need to spend some time finding the right lass, rather than just rushing into something.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 11:11 PM

The reason why many males get friend-zoned is because they're not sexually attractive. I'm not saying you're not, or that a bunch of friend-zoned guys are not, but that's the case in many situations. There's an awesome guy, funny, smart, kind, that had a huge crush on a friend of mine. She brushed him off because he wasn't hot enough.

These are the girls that you don't have to aim for, you need to look for girls that will accept you how you look, are, and treat others. These are the girls that are worth the time, worth being with.

I tell you, there's still some of us around. smile.gif

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 11:16 PM

QUOTE (blitz @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 23:11)
There's an awesome guy, funny, smart, kind, that had a huge crush on a friend of mine. She brushed him off because he wasn't hot enough.

I understand/respect the fact that looks do play a major part in getting with someone, but at the end of the day, when you reach a certain age and all looks start going downhill, you realise that there wasn't much else behind the relationship.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 12:09 AM

QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 20:16)
QUOTE (blitz @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 23:11)
There's an awesome guy, funny, smart, kind, that had a huge crush on a friend of mine. She brushed him off because he wasn't hot enough.

I understand/respect the fact that looks do play a major part in getting with someone, but at the end of the day, when you reach a certain age and all looks start going downhill, you realise that there wasn't much else behind the relationship.

Many, if not most, girls are freakin' idiots, talking about relationships. Especially at teenager stage. They don't realise things that they should, suffering later for not being able to find their love.

"YOU SHOULD'VE REALISED THAT EARLIER!

bitch..."

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 03:04 AM

I went to the bookstore today to feed Barnes N Noble in the fight against those evil Mom & Pop bookstores. I got myself a few books, and I hate every single one. I'm going to try to finish all of the books on my shelf, and then maybe give the public library a try before I ever step back into a bookstore.

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I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

This seems to be the general consensus among people here. I overhear girls at my school talking about themselves as sex objects, but they never really whore themselves out there to guys either.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 04:36 AM

QUOTE (ZDANZ96 @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 07:09)
QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 20:16)
QUOTE (blitz @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 23:11)
There's an awesome guy, funny, smart, kind, that had a huge crush on a friend of mine. She brushed him off because he wasn't hot enough.

I understand/respect the fact that looks do play a major part in getting with someone, but at the end of the day, when you reach a certain age and all looks start going downhill, you realise that there wasn't much else behind the relationship.

Many, if not most, girls are freakin' idiots, talking about relationships. Especially at teenager stage. They don't realise things that they should, suffering later for not being able to find their love.

"YOU SHOULD'VE REALISED THAT EARLIER!

bitch..."

Yeah. They say "I love you I love you blah blah blah...." at the teenager stage.

But they'll gone when they found hotter and richer guy than you. So we the boys, pissed off behind.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 05:16 AM

QUOTE (Method @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 02:45)
Blah. I'll put this in spoiler's just in case you guy's don't like reading moody ass sh*t... sleepy.gif

I've been so depressed the past few week's. I've noticed that I don't have anxiety anymore either which is kind of strange, in my opinon. I've been feeling this way mainly because of Religion and death. I don't know what to believe in anymore and I really don't want to die, either... which a lot of people feel the opposite way. But then I feel like this is all pointless and that being late and doing thing's incorrectly is okay and etc because it doesn't even matter in the end. I don't want to die and forget about all these moment's, y'know. I'd like to be in a place with everyone I've loved in the past life. I just look at science though and it pretty much shut's out the whole Religion aspect and we all just don't exsist after we're dead and then our body decay's and all we are are gases... I can't live like this. It's killing me.... and the only reason I'm thinking this way is because someone I know my age recently died and it's making me come to these realization's. I don't feel like I can talk to anyone, because in the end I feel as if all I'm going to get is a "Tough sh*t." response... confused.gif Anyone felt like this before? I've really never been so depressed and - I don't f*cking know.

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I would agree with that feeling. Nothing feels the same as when I was younger. I look at people and all I see is their flaws, as well as mine when I look in the mirror. I've never really cared about relationships, but I dated a girl last year and when she called it off in an argument I felt like sh*t, and going through a religious realization at the time it got me really deep inside because she was a Christian and I blurted out how much I hated the religion and everyone in it and we haven't spoken since. I think my depression is getting to me. But at times I feel as if I should isolate myself and enjoy the sunset/sunrise, but not even that itself is enough. I would need a whole island to myself. It makes you wonder about life. Alot of girls like me, but ever since that experience I just turn everyone down at the first instance. And I don't really talk to anyone either. As much as I like having a lot of friends, I tend to neglect alot of them. Even T.V. is starting to become dull and boring for me. Over the years, I have retained alot of hate for the people around me. I used to have a serious anger problem, and I would attack people on the spot. But I've managed to become somewhat pacifist for the moment. It kind of hurts really. There's a moment when a couple of family members I really hate come over or something like that and I really want to grab a baseball bat and beat the sh*t out of them with it. But I usually just go outside and sit on a chair by one of our trees until they go away. It makes me feel better, but I just want to yell at them and point out everything that I hate about them. It helps because I actually tell my Grandma about it whenever I get really irritated but it doesn't do the trick like it would just telling it to their damn faces how f*cking stupid I think they are, but I tell my Grandma the same thing and she usually says something like "You better not" or "They've never done anything to you". But no matter how much it discourages me, I'm always on the brink of going haywire whenever they come over. The simple fact that I completely ignore them whenever they come over should imply how much I hate them, and that's sort of good for me, at least until it gets too unbearable for me to take. And when that time comes, I'll probably be the happiest guy in Los Angeles. It feels good to let something like that out. But until I can reveal how I really feel to the people I hate, I won't be happy with the current situation. I just hope that I can get it all out and be happy like I used to someday. But I don't quite think that day is going to come soon, which dissapoints me. Maybe I should sleep more or something, I don't know. It's all so confusing.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 08:51 AM Edited by GTAfear, 18 April 2012 - 08:58 AM.

Sorry, guys, but I have to mildly swear here...
Looks like we all have something in common here on GTAForums.

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Holy sh*t... f*ck yeah, man. That's what I'm talking about.

There ARE decent girls out there. There ARE good guys out there. As one of my teachers said, there are more good people out there than bad people. It's just that the bad people stand out!

Just like someone else said here, I also haven't had a real relationship so far, but I am currently in an online relationship with this girl I like. Although sometimes I am ashamed of that, I don't give a f*ck now, I'll just say what I have to say. She's 160 km away, BTW.

So we were talking about something, I don't know what, and I told her why is it that girls always say they want a decent guy who'll respect them and not use them, but when they do find one, they just throw him away. She said that she's not throwing it away and that she respects that I respect her.

I have no idea what I just tried to say... I guess they do like good guys more, but it's just the society that forces them to pay more attention to bad guys. I don't know.

I also want to take a shotgun and kill all those dumb f*cks, male and female, who brag about sex and that kind of stuff!!

Recently, I was in Prague with my school and we went to a disco. I didn't want to dance, I never do, but they kept talking me into dancing. I just wanted to enjoy the music, because I usually listen to trance, hardstyle, blah blah blah.
Soon, they started forcing me to dance, but I didn't give in. This one girl from another class started kind of flirting with me, she tried to seduce me, she literally chased me across the disco, OMG, I felt so disgusting!

She was like "OMG your in a mothaf*cking disko in mothaf*cking prague, y dont u enjoy urself a bit, ur such a f*cking fagg, OMG!!"

But she's ugly as f*ck!! She's fat, she almost has no voice, she smokes, she drinks, she swears God's name all the time, she's a c*nt, in a nutshell. But what's disgusting is that so many people treat like a queen or something. Damn...

Then some guys told me how I embarassed myself for not wanting to dance. I told them I'd rather f*ck our bus' tires than even touch that ugly whore. I also told some other guys that it's sad how they need to get drunk in order to have fun, they just said "Hell yeah, man! Of course, that's the point!!"

It's like telling someone they're stupid and they're like "Yes, I am!", but with no sarcasm, of course.

AND WHY THE f*ck IS IT THAT I CAN NEVER SAY WHAT I REALLY FEEL?!?!!? Man, I have this rant inside of me, it's so awesome, but I never manage to get it out. It's always something poor!

Sorry guys... Just don't give in to this (mostly) stupid, retarded, brainless, god-forsaken world. Love y'all! smile.gif

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 09:39 AM

Made it to the first place in English olympiade tounge.gif (if you don't know, a competition where many people are comparing their English). Wonder what the prize will be.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 09:50 AM

Is it a school thing? Probably a diploma. Cheap bastards. sly.gif

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 12:58 PM

Don't be silly Andy, schools don't give that much away... Or at least mine didn't. When my team won the school's public speaking contest, all me and my friends received was a pen each. confused.gif

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 02:07 PM

QUOTE (02fishera @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 12:58)
Don't be silly Andy, schools don't give that much away... Or at least mine didn't. When my team won the school's public speaking contest, all me and my friends received was a pen each. confused.gif

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 03:31 PM

QUOTE (4 Bagger @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:53)
QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:31)
I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Bang, you hit the nail right on the head there. People (especially teenagers) think that getting laid is the most important thing in life. You have better things to worry about than losing your virginity. It looks like you try hard at finding the right girl, T.Rez so keep trying and I'm sure your luck will change.

I'm a sixteen-year-old male. Honestly, I've definitely felt the urge to lose my virginity in my teenage years. However, it wasn't just the virginity aspect. It was also about missing out on what other kids my age were doing. I guess what I wanted the most was to be able to play basketball on a team, but I don't think I'll ever get that opportunity. I found myself stuck at home, while others are enjoying their youth. When you live an uneventful lifestyle, you're obviously going to analyze the world around you. You're going be critical. I can honestly say that my uneventful lifestyle as a teen definitely made me realize some things that I wouldn't have known if my days weren't so boring.

All I can say is that people need to realize


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Posted 18 April 2012 - 08:59 PM

QUOTE (Allen14n @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 15:31)
QUOTE (4 Bagger @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 21:53)
QUOTE (Allen14n @ Tuesday, Apr 17 2012, 22:31)
I think sex is overexposed today. People brag about it all the time, and it's definitely annoying. Don't buy into the hype. You need to really stay out of it.

Bang, you hit the nail right on the head there. People (especially teenagers) think that getting laid is the most important thing in life. You have better things to worry about than losing your virginity. It looks like you try hard at finding the right girl, T.Rez so keep trying and I'm sure your luck will change.

I'm a sixteen-year-old male. Honestly, I've definitely felt the urge to lose my virginity in my teenage years. However, it wasn't just the virginity aspect. It was also about missing out on what other kids my age were doing. I guess what I wanted the most was to be able to play basketball on a team, but I don't think I'll ever get that opportunity. I found myself stuck at home, while others are enjoying their youth. When you live an uneventful lifestyle, you're obviously going to analyze the world around you. You're going be critical. I can honestly say that my uneventful lifestyle as a teen definitely made me realize some things that I wouldn't have known if my days weren't so boring.

I found myself doing this not so long ago when on my own, and it's probably one of the worst things I ever did, but at the same time it was also one of the best things I had ever done. When you're on your own, it's probably the best time for realising the true you, and what you want in life, instead of been peer-pressured.

And trust the wise ones, sex is so over-rated. Through your teen life, there's so much pressure to sleep with as many people as possible, but then when you grow up, you realise that all that sex has amounted to sweet FA. I really wish my virginity had been lost to my first long-time GF, rather than someone I didn't even know.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 09:06 PM

I wouldn't ay sex is overrated. The first few times is sh*t. Even with the first girlfriend you have but after both of you have a little experience and you're in your first big relationship or the start of a loving relationship with a girl is the best sex you'll have. I love the honeymoon phase where it's all you wanna do with each other is have wild, wall to wall sex.

Don't rush it. When you find the right girl it will be amazing. Of course teenagers are talking about it all the time. You're going through puberty.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 11:00 PM

QUOTE (ThePinkFloydSound @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 21:06)
I wouldn't ay sex is overrated. The first few times is sh*t. Even with the first girlfriend you have but after both of you have a little experience and you're in your first big relationship or the start of a loving relationship with a girl is the best sex you'll have. I love the honeymoon phase where it's all you wanna do with each other is have wild, wall to wall sex.

Don't rush it. When you find the right girl it will be amazing. Of course teenagers are talking about it all the time. You're going through puberty.

Oh, don't get me wrong; I'm on about this whole one-night stand bullsh*t that everyone seems to go for these days. Call me old-fashioned and boring, but I've always had the belief that real sex is where all the emotions of love and feelings for each other are involved. I've had quite some one-night stands, and personally, they just don't compare to the sex you have with someone you truly love.

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 10:17 AM

QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 06:00)
QUOTE (ThePinkFloydSound @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 21:06)
I wouldn't ay sex is overrated. The first few times is sh*t. Even with the first girlfriend you have but after both of you have a little experience and you're in your first big relationship or the start of a loving relationship with a girl is the best sex you'll have. I love the honeymoon phase where it's all you wanna do with each other is have wild, wall to wall sex.

Don't rush it. When you find the right girl it will be amazing. Of course teenagers are talking about it all the time. You're going through puberty.

Oh, don't get me wrong; I'm on about this whole one-night stand bullsh*t that everyone seems to go for these days. Call me old-fashioned and boring, but I've always had the belief that real sex is where all the emotions of love and feelings for each other are involved. I've had quite some one-night stands, and personally, they just don't compare to the sex you have with someone you truly love.

Sex is just the emotional roller coaster IMO.

Yeah, true loves are not compared to sex. You just want he or she to be happy or smiles. When they smile, you happy. You happy, they smile.

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 07:41 PM

I have my driving test tomorrow. bricking it right now! ph34r.gif

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 08:10 AM

QUOTE (kmlwin.1996 @ Saturday, Apr 21 2012, 10:17)
QUOTE (Butters 2011 @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 06:00)
QUOTE (ThePinkFloydSound @ Wednesday, Apr 18 2012, 21:06)
I wouldn't ay sex is overrated. The first few times is sh*t. Even with the first girlfriend you have but after both of you have a little experience and you're in your first big relationship or the start of a loving relationship with a girl is the best sex you'll have. I love the honeymoon phase where it's all you wanna do with each other is have wild, wall to wall sex.

Don't rush it. When you find the right girl it will be amazing. Of course teenagers are talking about it all the time. You're going through puberty.

Oh, don't get me wrong; I'm on about this whole one-night stand bullsh*t that everyone seems to go for these days. Call me old-fashioned and boring, but I've always had the belief that real sex is where all the emotions of love and feelings for each other are involved. I've had quite some one-night stands, and personally, they just don't compare to the sex you have with someone you truly love.

Sex is just the emotional roller coaster IMO.

Yeah, true loves are not compared to sex. You just want he or she to be happy or smiles. When they smile, you happy. You happy, they smile.

Love is just as overrated as sex. I would be 20x as happy as I ever was right now if I never ever had a girlfriend before. Now I'm stuck in an evil loophole of blowing girls off because I'm afraid that I will get stuck in an evil loophole of all of this emotional sh*t. I honestly don't know what will make me feel better, not engaging in relationships at all anymore, or giving in, because I don't want to do either. But it's starting to get to me. But for sex, it's all the same sh*t too. You screw for a minute or two and that's it. The only difference between sex and "real" sex is that you got to screw what you were going after for a while. Sex is just straight to the point. But I could care less about it, because I know it's just a diversion. There's nothing special about it.

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 08:42 AM

QUOTE (Allen14n @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 02:31)
When you live an uneventful lifestyle, you're obviously going to analyze the world around you. You're going be critical. I can honestly say that my uneventful lifestyle as a teen definitely made me realize some things that I wouldn't have known if my days weren't so boring.


This is so true, if you are by yourself often you analyse everything, you learn a whole lot but after a while it makes you over-think sh*t and you end up feeling sh*t.

Break it up and go partying every so often it helps.

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 09:02 AM

I'd say that a "boring", still lifestyle like that allows you to think you know a lot about the world, but it doesn't. It only reinforces whatever world view you already had. If you're not interacting with other people, places and events then your only source of differing ideas is yourself and whatever window into the world you have (TV, the internet, whatever) and that'll be biased through your selection.

If you really want to change your outlook and develop, stop thinking and start experiencing.

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 12:34 AM

I went out to eat at one of those diners that all of us lower middle-class white trash end up at, the ones that look really depressed and have large families. I decided to maybe make myself, and a stranger feel better because anyone who eats at a busy Friendly's in the late afternoon is probably in a bad mood. (Inspired by someone on this forum) I left some money on the bathroom sink for somebody to pick up. Some 12 year-old kid went in about 10 minutes later, and he looked so happy when he came out.

I wish everyone who ate at a diner could be so happy.




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