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19 turning 20, but usually everyone I chat to on here is younger.
Quote by condork
I'd have to love someone first before I could even think of it tbh, I'm waaay to deep and thats why I've never had a girlfriend lulz (cries inside)

u should read my poetry





...


..sorry
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Quote by ShaunDiel
Allright Pit, I can't beleive I'm doing this. Allright, there's this girl, I've liked her for easlily 3-5 years(reaaalllyyy liked) anyway, I started hanging out with her recently and she pretty much lead me on to make me think she likes me too. I took her to a formal we had at our school and we always went drinking and stuff together. So tonight, we were at a party and both of us were pretty drunk, I started talking to her and I told her I needed to talk to her about something serious, When I wanted to tell her I liked her, I really couldn't, I just couldn't say it to her face. So when I got home, I started talking to her on the computer and eventually I just spit it out, I told her how I felt, and it may have been the stupidest thing I've ever done. She told me that "She doesn't have feelings for people" and that " She just couldn't like people". And there's evidence to back that up kind of too because she hasn't gone out with anyone steady and other guys( much better than me ) Have been shot down by her.

So my question pit, Is it really possible to not have feelings for anyone? and what can I do to get over this girl?


I was in a similar boat to you. I liked a guy for a long time and he took me to the formal, and at times I thought he reciprocated too. When you say she has shot down guys that are better than you, in what way do you mean? better looking? more intelligent? I believe this girl is the type that wouldn't go out with a guy unless she really liked him. Either that, or maybe she's just a closet lez. I think its fair and I understand if she feels she just hasn't met anyone she can take into a serious relationship.

Go out and talk to other girls. Meet new cool people and you'll find yourself thinking about her less. If she's made it clear it will never work between you, don't put yourself into a situation with the potential for a real hurting, even if it means not being able to see her.
I think it's a good move, but I believe that once the gay community obtains these rights they will be more likely to press harder in order to gain marriage rights too.
Quote by aaron6890
i always thought muses sing for absolution was a really sad song, its hauntingly beautiful.


+1 definitely
Along with Muse's song blackout - both beautiful and sad
Cardigan $20
Top $20
Jeans $50
Scarfe $5
Bag $30
Shoes $40

$165
Your organs are on their way to the Thailand black markets.


Other than that, I hope you're ok.
dam Vista and its incompatibilities. I have the same problem with my printer.
Agree with the above posters on trying Photoshop.
Hi guys,

Anyone know where I can get hold of any tabs for the band Comets on Fire?


Any help will be muchly appreciated
I have random Marvel and DC comics from around the same era, but unless someone out there is looking for those specific issues I wouldn't expect them to be worth much more than $2.

You can always just try putting them up on ebay with a minimum price and see how much they go for.
Norman Borlaug - pioneer behind the Green Revolution.

Very relevant to what's happening around the world today in terms of chronic resource shortages and the future.
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Up until a few months ago I was planning on pursuing a Music major degree, but then I started thinking "...Why?" and "What the hell am I going to do with this?" so I'm thinking I'll just get a Minor in Music so I can have the music degree and be able to do pretty much anything I'd want to (Private lessons, bragging rights), without spending tens of thousands of dollars and hours for something that ultimately won't be used. So my major now... I'm not actually sure, I'm thinking Sociology with an emphasis in Social Work, then I'll go to the Peace Corps for a term, get my Masters degree, maybe a law degree, and help people for a living.

There's my academic thinking of the last year condensed into a paragraph.


I want to help others for a living too but never was completely sure how to go my way about it. Good on ya though, social work or law are two great choices
I transferred recently from BA in Medical science to BA in Government Management, majoring in politics.

Careerwise i'm considering either public or foreign policy right now, but who knows I might just feel like going back to finish my Med Sc degree and get into some research.
lolz I can try and record that ad the next time it's on with my tv tuner
Quote by Diamond Dave
good ol CNNNN, that hasnt been on for a long time now. I actually prefered it to chasers war on everything to be honest.

at least theres still some decent aussie comedy being produced and it hasnt all become "thank god youre here" style bullshit


+1 the Chasers War is pretty good but CNNNN was brilliant.
I miss that show along with John Safran's stuff that used to be on SBS. I don't think Thank God You're here is worse than The Wedge though.

An oldie but a goodie:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yCBy7NeSk4
The frikan fat double Tim Tams are glorious
Quote by MATTTHEMOP
that macy gray song that used to be on the radio all the time.

the lyric is 'my heart crumbles when you are not here'

but i ALWAYS hear 'I blow bubbles when you are not here.


I used to think those were the lyrics too lol.
The chorus to Eskimo Joe's song Black Fingernails, Red Wine is: "All of us stand and point our fingers"

But I always hear "I don't understand the point of fingers".
Play some popular rock and doo wop.
Stuff by Bill Haley and The Comets like Shake, Rattle and Roll
Dion and The Belmonts - The Wanderer
Sha Na Na - Rock'n roll is here to stay, and Born to Hand Jive
Marcels - Blue Moon
Bobby Day - Rockin' Robbin
Penguins - Earth Angel
Buddy Holly - Blue Suede Shoes
Elvis - Hound Dog
Ritchie Valens - Ooh My Head
Hysteria - T. S. Eliot

As she laughed I was aware of becoming involved in her
laughter and being part of it, until her teeth were
only accidental stars with a talent for squad-drill. I
was drawn in by short gasps, inhaled at each momentary
recovery, lost finally in the dark caverns of her
throat, bruised by the ripple of unseen muscles. An
elderly waiter with trembling hands was hurriedly
spreading a pink and white checked cloth over the rusty
green iron table, saying: "If the lady and gentleman
wish to take their tea in the garden, if the lady and
gentleman wish to take their tea in the garden ..." I
decided that if the shaking of her breasts could be
stopped, some of the fragments of the afternoon might
be collected, and I concentrated my attention with
careful subtlety to this end.


I Felt a Funeral in My Brain - Emily Dickinson

I felt a funeral in my brain
And mourners, to and fro,
Kept treading, treading, till it seemed
That sense was breaking through.

And when they all were seated,
A service like a drum
Kept beating, beating, till I thought
My mind was going numb.

And then I heard them lift a box,
And creak across my soul
With those same boots of lead, again.
Then space began to toll

As all the heavens were a bell,
And Being but an ear,
And I and silence some strange race,
Wrecked, solitary, here.
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Mostly 80s stuff, like Joy Division, The Cure, New Order, etc.


Good stuff

I play a lot of new music but also a bit of the 80's, 70's rock, jazz n swing from 40's, but doo wop from the 50's and 60's is where it's at.
You should try posting this in recordings, but pretty sweet anyway.
Just install XP under the admin account.
If it asks you during the installation wether you would like to overwrite the partition make sure you choose no, otherwise your files could be all deleted. If it only allows you to create a new partition, just do that.

You'll just need the authentication code which comes with the installation CD.

I wouldn't recommend Vista but it's a personal thing I suppose.
g'day mate.
true blue aussie
The scientist seems a bit sad for a wedding.
Maybe just like heaven - The Cure, or indian summer - The Doors. Try cannonball and the blower's daughter by Damien Rice. Also, I agree with the poster above who mentioned U2.
for appreciating fine literature and the strokes
Magenta manwh0re who hoards dwarfs..?
Use your body for my personal gratification, then make you find an escape route while I do my nails.
Talk about rhythm, themes, structure, use of similies and metaphors. What's the writer trying to achieve and how? Discuss the emotions created and images that are conjured. If you are analysing classical poetry you can discuss the significance of historical events and issues that may have influenced the poem.
A lot of this article seems like bs to me.

Roasted duck has been introduced to many western countries, but as far as I know the animal is always killed quickly first before cooking. It's not even practical to cook it alive.

A far more disturbing fact is that some people actually eat unborn fetuses in certain countries as a delicacy. Live shrimp as controversial? psh
Put talcum powder on your palms before you play.

it's the guy who fell into the canal http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/NFFC_1865
I was wrong in my previous post, they are in fact Reebok Voltrons.
A genuine non-ebay pair will cost you around $125 at any good urban shoe store.

http://www.gearfuse.com/wp-content/uploads/andrew/4_mar07/bb_reebok_black_lion_voltron_pack_1.jpg
The Ramones?

..probably not
I think they're hi-top Reebok Pumps.

Multi colored sneakers are the shiznit.