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#91

Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:11 PM

I drink and smoke too much

Ever try those new electronic cigarettes? My brother is a heavy smoker as well, and he found them to work pretty well for him. Some people claim it makes them want to smoke real cigs more, but it might work for you, who knows. 


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:19 PM

Tried the e-cigs, just not the same. I smoke Marlboro reds, cowboy killers lol, nothing seems to compare. Wish I could just stick to smoking bud but after chugging Jager, cigs and monster are heaven to me

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#93

Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:28 PM

 

I drink and smoke too much

Some people claim it makes them want to smoke real cigs more, but it might work for you, who knows. 

 

So they'll either cure your smoking or make it 10x worse. All or nothing. GO HARD OR GO HOME.

 

p.s. your nose is beautiful. Just like the rest of youuuuu xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

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#94

Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:34 PM

I never finish what I st

You LIE! (Btw, see what you did there)


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#95

Posted 04 February 2014 - 06:21 PM

I'm
-boring
-fat
-lazy
-virgin
-bisexual (I'd rather be one or the other, fencesitting sucks)
-selfish
-antisocial

The person I hate most in this world is myself.

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#96

Posted 04 February 2014 - 06:56 PM

You know what hasn't been said?

 

Social anxiety.

 

Okay, a bit more than that. I'm relatively altruistic, as in, I seem to be more selfless and wanting others to be positive (or more precisely not negative) than those around me. This, of course, means I care little for my own happiness. Also, I'm very shy. And literally quiet - not by choice, but as an example if we're in a slighty crowded place, it's pretty impossible to hear me even if I try to make an excuse of a shout - and remember the anxiety, so I turn over everything I'm possibly going to say and discard 95% of it. What do you have? Someone who really wants to be around people and make them happy, yet can't really do it. What does that mean? I want friends, but don't have any. Sure, I hang out with people at free periods and breaks. Sure, they're the same people who would probably call me a friend. And sure, I have, what, 5 people IRL added on steam - no Facebook, despite how much I want to just sign up and actually talk to people - but I never talk to them. So no proper friends. 

 

All I want is at the very least to fill up my xbox friends list, fill up the steam friends list, fill up skype contacts, just to talk to people.

 

But I have social anxiety and I just can't do that.

 

f*ck you social anxiety. 

 

f*ck you.

and now I'm crying about how much I hate myself.

f*ck this sh*t, why can't I have friends like normal people.

 

Sorry for rant. 

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#97

Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:01 PM Edited by Max, 04 February 2014 - 07:01 PM.

You can all overcome your social anxiety. You simply have to push yourself to leave your comfortzone bit by bit. It soon becomes easier.

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:11 PM

When it comes to studying and writing seminar papers or stuff like that,  I find it dificult to exercise proper time management. I tend to do more than it was necessary and sometimes healthy, because I am afraid of not getting it done in time, while other people in my situation wouldn't be worried at all.


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:21 PM

Sometimes I'm rude with people around me because of small things

 

I cant say no. If someone asks me a favor i'm gonna do it and this left me in some uncorfortable sitiuations before.

 

I'm lazy :/


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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:22 PM

Right now, I'd probably have to say that I'm way too afraid of failure. If I'm faced with a challenge, I take it every time, but if I do even slightly under-par by my own standards, I'll end up extremely disappointed in myself.

I used to be like you, Panzy, but soon, I got used to it and I don't fear failure as much as I used to.

 

You see, once, I did very good at one of my tests (This was back when I was still studying) and I became very overconfident because of my success. 

 

When the second test came, I did very low when compared to my first test. Then, I became disappointed with myself.

 

Slowly, I learned that failure is much more useful than success in terms of learning your mistakes. When you fail, you learn the mistakes you did and try to do better next time but, if you do well, you earn a big head and become very overconfident, causing you to believe that you know everything when, in fact, you don't. This has been the same to me, always.

 

In seventh grade, I used to get in the nineties or A's. But, in eighth grade, I got in the sixties, seventies and eighties.This taught me that there's nothing to fear in failure but, instead, you have to accept it, learn from your mistakes and promise to do better next time.

 

Sorry if it didn't make much sense as I gotta go to bed now.

 

 

Cheers!  :lol:


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#101

Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:28 PM

My nuts hang too low now-a-days.

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#102

Posted 04 February 2014 - 08:05 PM

You can all overcome your social anxiety. You simply have to push yourself to leave your comfortzone bit by bit. It soon becomes easier.

 

Believe me, I don't have anxiety due to lack of trying. I have been leaving my comfort zone bit by bit, when I realised this was a problem needing fixing years ago, where I wouldn't be with people at break times or I would simply delete this reply instead of posting it for fear of creating a negative response. But getting to the sacred level of  simply talking to people outside of school? That's one hell of a leap. Doing activities with friends? That's light years away.  

 

Hell, I've been debating creating topics in various forums to just amass some respectable friends list on various place like skype, steam and xbox just for casual conversation, but the sheer idea of actually asking that of people is just too damn scary. Often enough for things like that there's someone who says it's fine, and most of the time that's enough encouragement to actually do whatever pitifully small task it was. But that isn't good enough, and I really see no way of digging out of this soon enough for, say, university where I have this fantasy of 'starting again' where I'll make friends. It may become easier, but if it's going to be bit by bit then I'll be getting a pension by the time I can socialise at the level I want to without the support of others. 

 

Then again, maybe I'm just retarded and have no hope of doing this properly. It certainly feels like that. 

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#103

Posted 04 February 2014 - 08:17 PM

 

Believe me, I don't have anxiety due to lack of trying. I have been leaving my comfort zone bit by bit, when I realised this was a problem needing fixing years ago, where I wouldn't be with people at break times or I would simply delete this reply instead of posting it for fear of creating a negative response. But getting to the sacred level of  simply talking to people outside of school? That's one hell of a leap. Doing activities with friends? That's light years away.  

 

Hell, I've been debating creating topics in various forums to just amass some respectable friends list on various place like skype, steam and xbox just for casual conversation, but the sheer idea of actually asking that of people is just too damn scary. Often enough for things like that there's someone who says it's fine, and most of the time that's enough encouragement to actually do whatever pitifully small task it was. But that isn't good enough, and I really see no way of digging out of this soon enough for, say, university where I have this fantasy of 'starting again' where I'll make friends. It may become easier, but if it's going to be bit by bit then I'll be getting a pension by the time I can socialise at the level I want to without the support of others. 

 

Then again, maybe I'm just retarded and have no hope of doing this properly. It certainly feels like that. 

:^:  I really hope everything good for You.

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#104

Posted 04 February 2014 - 09:11 PM

My teeth.

 

I wasn't bothered about them growing up, but as I've gotten older, I really dislike how my front teeth cross over each other, so much so I become aware when taking pictures to not open my mouth when smiling, it's probably quite shallow of me to think this way and I see people sometimes with very goofy looking teeth much worse than my own, so I am grateful, but I have to say it's something I dislike about myself at the moment.


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#105

Posted 04 February 2014 - 11:02 PM


 

 

It's crazy how common social anxiety is and how many people here have issues with it. I hated myself for that too for awhile until I stopped being comfortable in my zone and got thrown into situations by force that eventually made me comfortable with people. :ph34r: :ph34r:

I feel like mine is actually getting worse with age.
I'd have to say the same. My speech problems are really going downhill. I struggle badly to keep a conversation going with anybody.
 
The only people I can really keep a conversation going with is my mother and my little brother. Even my own father I don't know what to say to half the time.
I can only keep a conversation going with my family and close friends (the few that I have). Even then, though, it is really hard. :/

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#106

Posted 04 February 2014 - 11:29 PM

I try way to hard to make otters happy and don't do enough for myself

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#107

Posted 05 February 2014 - 09:33 PM

I lack the motivation to invest my time and energy into things that don't satisfy me, and invest it instead in the things I either enjoy or care about.

Thankfully, this is an issue I've almost fully succeeded in rectifying :)


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#108

Posted 05 February 2014 - 10:32 PM

 

Well I do have resting asshole face.

Your face is a beautiful asshole. Perfectly bleached.

 

Dislikes about myself: I have a big nose, but that's apparently my own opinion. It used to be my teeth, but those are straight and stereotypically American now, so that's all good. Right now, I'd probably have to say that I'm way too afraid of failure. If I'm faced with a challenge, I take it every time, but if I do even slightly under-par by my own standards, I'll end up extremely disappointed in myself. 

 

how do you feel about your breasts? are they the right shape? good size? how do they jiggle? tell me about those


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Posted 05 February 2014 - 11:08 PM Edited by Panz, 05 February 2014 - 11:15 PM.

Aw, wish I could tell you, but I lost them in a bowling accident. :/


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Posted 05 February 2014 - 11:19 PM

I could probably make a long list, but the one thing I hate is my hyperhidrosis which affects me on a daily basis and has affected me every single day for the past 6 years. :l


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Posted 05 February 2014 - 11:49 PM

My teeth, seriously all these oodles of years we've been on this planet and we still haven't evolved teeth without nerves and that we can grow more of when they fall out or get broken like Sharks do.

 

We need to get on this all mad scientist DNA sh*t style... curse my genome.

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 12:09 AM

I judge people too quickly. Like their is this kid who waits at the bus stop with me and I don't know him but I hate him because the posture he stands like, the way he looks at me, and idk but I hate him. Am I a bad person ?


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#113

Posted 06 February 2014 - 12:24 AM

I try way to hard to make otters happy

Oh really?

 

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Try harder.

 

 

I hate existing in this physical life form that requires eating, sh*tting and sleeping.  I mean there has to be a better way to exist than this.  But no, existence is punishment.

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#114

Posted 06 February 2014 - 12:52 AM

I'm also clingy as f*ck. Like, super clingy.

That's annoying, not to mention the fact that it annoys and creeps out everybody who I meet.


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#115

Posted 06 February 2014 - 12:53 AM

I get tired easily... and that's why I'm going to bed now

 

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#116

Posted 06 February 2014 - 02:58 PM

I really hate myself.


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Posted 06 February 2014 - 07:03 PM

It's hard to choose between my annoyingness and my laziness at times.


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#118

Posted 15 February 2014 - 05:20 PM

My hair, it's still not ginger and I don't like the color of my kidneys.


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#119

Posted 15 February 2014 - 07:15 PM

Ayyy what's with all the negativity going on in this topic? 

 

Personally I'd like bigger boobs.


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Posted 15 February 2014 - 07:40 PM

I have dyslexia, dyscalculia, auditory processing disorder and ADHD. Though it's not the conditions I dislike, it's more the intolerance and lack of understanding from employers and customers when I take a little longer to do certain tasks or need to ask someone to repeat themselves for clarification.

 

I don't like my penis either. Or any other penis. They're ridiculous looking things. If I could keep it in a box until I need it I would, plus that time I caught mine in my zipper was excruciating. Given the choice I'd rather have broken my leg again. 

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