me and my friend walk around naked and we’re not gay, we both have girlfriends, and they’re okay with it. I don’t think it should be a problem. People should be comfortable with their sexuality, at least in front of their partners and friends. If you walk around naked, it doesn’t mean you’re gay anything like that.
- written 4 months, 1 week ago – voted for by Dalek Karan
my friend told everybody about it. I mean he talks about it and doesn’t care and I doesn’t care either, he’s a good friend. Everybody knows that he’s gay and actually nobody talks about it because nobody cares. Well there are some people who don’t like him because of that but those are not his friends so that doesn’t matter in my opinion.
If you accept it yourself and act normal than you won’t lose your true friends or you’ll people who accept you for who you are.
*Sorry for the long text*
that’s not much, but enough for a relationship. I think this is your first. You are inexperienced and dont know how to act in different situations with a girl (probably). BUT! that’s normal. In my opinion everybody messes up their first relationship (just like you and the girl). Now you know that you should kiss and hug her more, and she learned something too.
If you have feelings for each other than you’ll be together, just dont force it. An if you act like a puppy, going after her and trying to get back together, she’ll have no interest in you. I dont know why but girls dream about the perfect guy than choose a douchebag and they know that guy is an a**hole, but they have a best (guy) friend who would do anything to make her happy, but that’s not good enough, they need that a**hole to make them cry. Sorry girls, but that’s true.
I’m not saying that you should be an douchebag, but if you’re a good guy than possibilities are that you remain friends and you’ll think about that every night.
Once you’re in the friendzone, it’s hard to get out.
My advice is to try to get her back, but try once, if she says no, than act like she didn’t even exited. No contact at all and if she always tells you to meet up or something, tell her that you dont wanna be just friends and better not go out anymore. Have balls and tell that in seriously. One short sentence and tell that you have to go. bye. You dont have to be a d**khead to tell her that and you dont have to act like a rude person, you just tell her that bing friends is not what you want, if that’s not okay to her, than you’re sorry and good bye (but than you MUST NOT contact her in any way, if she does, than short (kind) answeres, no questions, bye).
buuut, this is the worst case scenario. I hope you’ll get back together and everything is gonna be fine.
then you did your best.. maybe you two were not meant to be together. you’ll find somebody who will love you after 10 years just as much as he loved you in the first month. I know its hard for you now but i hope you’ll find somebody who will really love you :)
- written 1 year, 5 months ago – voted for by David Mills
actually i felt like nobody loves me, that they dont even notice im there with them. i was just listening and didnt say anything because i didnt want to say something stupid. (in my opinion everything i said/asked was studip). i thought i had no friends, i’d like to end everything just like you after i made the smallest mistake (or maybe just i thuoght it was a mistake). i was sad for no reason almost all day and didnt want to leave the house. and actually i read about it that sadness is some kind of pain that starts from your chest, like somebody put a few pounds on it. maybe your experience the same with “more weight”.
my advice: do as you wish. and you are just as human as your friends. if they can do something, you can do it too, it wont be a bad thing as long you do it.. you just have to know what you like/want and do it. people will gather around you with the same interests.
- written 1 year, 5 months ago – voted for by Igkn
I see it differently.. maybe its just me, but I like to create, to do something no matter how stabel I am financially (and I actually do create things and have ideas though Im not bad*ss rich). I see them as lazy who thinks this is enough and dont want to move forward (its different when you have kids though, or something else thats stopping you, a sick relative for example)… Im not talking about making more money, but spending it if you can to make some good ideas become a reality, (bulding a simple dog house and giving to kids for mowing your lawn, if you have a lot of money, giving a few sandwiches away to homeless people wont hurt you…) and not to spend money just on partying and buying clothes. - written 2 weeks, 3 days ago
I thought mostly the people I know under 30 and are rich (money wont be a problem if they wanted to do something), they actually have no good ideas that could be the new apple (or at least make something new and make money out of it), they just live with what is already given and dont care about anything else. The given situation is good enough for them, and they dont give a f***** about other people’s situations and they dont want to create something thats new, not seen before… though they have the money, so they could.
BUT! Mostly the less rich people who struggle with financial problems just want to go a good university, have plans for the future, they want to be somebody, they are motivated to create things, to give the world something new… and they cant, because in todays world you need money no matter what you want to do in your life and nobody will pay the tuition except you or your parents, so if you’re not so rich that you can pay, you’re f*cked, and no one cares about it (except your relatives though). - written 2 weeks, 4 days ago
monkichirmon - I meant the people who have money and power are almost every time the people that do nothing good. Or if we look at a student who’d like to create something new, but his/her family doesnt have the money and boom he/she is stuck, cant do anything without money, and most rich kids do nothing just play games on their iphones.
Actually I meant people under 30. They could accomplish something, but the rich people mostly just party and do nothing because their dads and moms will pay for everything, but the ones that would love to do something and talented enough to do something have no money to make their ideas a reality, and because they’re poor, actually nobody cares about them. - written 2 weeks, 6 days ago
You need at least four months to everybody notice that you’re bigger, and I’m not recommending proteins or stuff like that. Eat chicken, cheese, veggies, eat a lot of nuts and fruits, drink milk, sometimes drink raw eggs with sugar (not too many eggs-its not healthy).
Grow a beard, fake ID (not recommended), wait. When i was 15-16 with beard, everybody thought Im 18. You can make a fake ID, not every place will take your ID and analyze if it’s real (though it has to look and feel real). Wait - if you go to a big club, probably you’ll be the only 15-year-old there, and the girls/boys will notice it that your not really the same age as they are. Im 20 and I (but probably everybody else) can tell who’s 15, 18 or 20.
I would say the beard is the your best option, but if they ask for your ID, you can pretend you like you’re searching your pockets, and realize that you lost it… and be confident, just go in there like you’re already 18, dont be afraid.
BUT! because Im a responsible 20-year-old, I would suggest you to wait until you’re 18 :P - written 3 weeks, 4 days ago