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13. If you're winning a Pokemon battle, quickly pull the link cable out and say it was an "accident."
That way you both win.
30STM cover of Kanye West - Stronger.
Rogues is were it's at
Seriously, I think I'm the only Incubus fan on here that likes LG (the album).
Seriously. Every time I say ANYTHING without the enthusiasm of a small child about to go pet an elephant, my mom always takes it as a personal strike against her. Just now for example, she came in my room and said that she had washed the bedding in my ferret's cage. I said "okay." I didn't say "okay mom, I f*cking hate you." I didn't say "okay mom, get the f*ck out, I never want to see you again." I didn't even say it with any kind of attitude or anything. I just said "okay." And she starts raising hell, saying I don't appreciate her or listen to her or want to be anywhere near her.
Seriously, what the hell. She does this to me all the time. Anyone else have this problem with their parents where everything you say is taken as some kind of insult?
this might sound hard but dont worry bout it too much. to be honest guys minds are probably very similar to girls, idk i'm not a girl but it seems after talking to girls and guys they both worry about the same stuff. its kind of you for not wanting to screw anything up for him, but i dont see how that will ever work for you, and i dont really believe in "thats a sign we dont belong together", everything just happened at the wrong time. if calling doesnt work just "run" into him somewhere and ask how things are with him and his new girl, for all you know he would rather be with you than her. this happened to me actually, me and this girl kinda liked each other for 3 years but we were way to young to start dating serious so it would've been a waste. then she got a boyfriend when we could've started and i was crushed but i just said the same thing about not wanting to mess things up. well i still talk to her now and that boyfriend was a few years back and she said "why didnt you tell me, cause i would've much rather been with you than him" so maybe there is hope for you
that wasnt too bad, it reminded me of the classic romance movies ha. i will try to give you some advice though! i can understand not wanting to jump into a relationship after getting out of one, but if he was so great why didnt you see that when you guys kissed? maybe the feelings came back so much cause he now has a girlfriend and you know you cant be with him, maybe i'm wrong though. as far as him being serious, if i would've said something like that to a girl i like to keep my word as good as i can, thats just me. if he's worth the risk and is as great as you say, and you sincerely think you "love" him then a girlfriend wont stop you from trying to get him. any other questions and i'd be more than happy to help you
I feel like this post is proof of my loneliness.
I feel like ****, i have had some rough days these past two weeks and what kept me up was a girl who i ended up hanging out with and really liking. We have a cool time and we have chemistry betwen each other. Something happened in her life and she doesnt want to see me again, she thinks it might not go anywhere and shes also a little confused as she broek up with her bf 2 weeks ago.
I'm usually not that affected by girls but this time it has sort of like the last blow to bring me totally down
I dont have friends who i can talk to
i feel extremely alone and depressed.