Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Mirko, Feb 28, 2017.
I don’t feel like doing school work today. I might just take my tests and be done with it.
I wanna drop out of uni once again. Found out I've failed more things and I just don't have the willpower to do anything about it.
Can I just get a restart button on the last year?
I mean, oblivion is inevitable. We are but a blip in an infinite field of darkness. We have explored little and soon our collective voices will be extinguished, leaving the universe completely unaffected by our short presence.
My BF got a new car. I love it.
same my town is so homophobic
*cries in wants a gf*
harassed a year ago, and I now have the chance to report the man and make sure he doesn't pull this stuff with any other women. However, it means I would have to send a report to a certain committee that my ex is a part of/driving force behind. Even if it's anonymous, she'll know it was me. I want to do it to protect people but it's hard since I had to do a lot of emotionally draining stuff in order to get rid of my hurt over the breakup. I've basically just been avoiding her like the plague, so it sucks that when I finally feel brave enough to say something, I have to do it to her of all people.
Will it ever NOT rain?
I should visit this site more often
Changed my profile picture for the first time!
This train from Glasgow-London should be renamed the vomit comet. I never get motion sickness unless I'm onboard one of these trains.
Send it to AZ. We’ve had no rain this summer.
So now people are wearing mesh/lace masks (NOT effective) as a protest. Must be so nice to have the biggest issue in your life being something as trivial as a mask.
Gladly. We've already got over a foot so far. The ground can't take any more.
Send the heat up this way.
I've been off the train for TEN hours and still feel disorientated, dizzy and kinda queasy. I've been on cruise ships several times and take trains nearly every day and I've never had motion sickness.
Am I wrong to want to cancel my return train journey and book a flight home instead?
Guys here in London are hot. Guys in every city I visit are hot. Every time I travel, I become convinced that I won't end up marrying another Scotsman.
I find it somewhat amusing and interesting as to what elements apparently make me come across as stereo-typically gayer. For instance, I was in a conversation with a friend and he remarked that I somehow came across as gayer when wearing orange. No explanation as to why, just that it somehow appeared more obvious / blatant. I find colour associations to be an interesting subject. For context, my friend has known that I am gay since I came out to him about three years ago and he is also gay.
Now, I have a speculation on this. I've heard it said that wearing orange tends to make someone appear more friendly. Whereas colder colours such as blue can give the impression of aloofness. I don't know how accurate such statements are, but I suppose if you associate an overtly outgoing vibe with masculinity and by extension associate masculinity with lesbianism then I can understand how someone could make that connection on a subconscious level.
Same where I'm at in TX!
When my neighbour decides to have a loud conversation with a visitor on her balcony. .... I'm pretty sure the management office already received a complaint.