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  1. 4 points
    It's because your body got used to it, man!! Well, you know it anyway..:) I feel unfunctional when I'm sober... I want to be you:))
  2. 3 points
    JaLee

    Craving Affection

    I would absolutely talk to your doctor or therapist about it. I think sometimes when we are so starved for attention, the right kind of attention, that we will seek out anything and anyone who will show us any affection at all. It never really fills the hole inside but we for some reason keep trying the same behavior hoping it will work this time. At least that is how I am. We all act out in our own ways, good or bad, so try to now beat yourself up over it, the important thing is that you are recognizing you have an issue you need help with and are willing to search help out.
  3. 3 points
    Just another moment realizing that if my depressive feelings alter my apperence or behaviors, that a lot of people will see this as an oppurtunity to use me to their advantage or to step on me. This is just another reason why I feel the need to hide how I feel when I'm down and out. Not just to perform to protect my paycheck at work, but to protect my dignity as well. Some people pray of the vulnerable because they know exactly how vulnerable some people are.
  4. 2 points
    A medication cannot actually make you do anything and does not have the same effects for everyone. Wellbutrin is a med known for giving more energy though as you said. How are you doing otherwise? Are you otherwise doing well or are you still having other symptoms? Your doctor will probably want a reason to prescribe it, and would take into consideration your other diagnoses as well. Wellbutrin can cause worse anxiety, and I'm not sure of its effects with ADHD. Your doctor would take these things into consideration though. It does sound like you are still having low energy though if nothing else? You could just mention that and then mention that you've heard Wellbutrin is known for increasing energy and was wondering if it might be an appropriate med for you. That might be a good gateway in.
  5. 2 points
    I'm so sorry your mother never allowed you to follow your singing dreams. Singing can be really therapeutic and great for raising self-esteem. Maybe you could join a choir now? When I was younger I wanted nothing more than to be a West End/Broadway star (I still do to be honest). I've been told I have a really good voice but a few setbacks caused me to lose confidence and I haven't sang in public for 4 years. It's something I really miss... perhaps it's time for me to be brave and try again.
  6. 2 points
    I just went through my Facebook timeline.... not a good idea. :verysad3: It made me miss my travels and adventures across country and feel nostalgic for those days. Although friends of mine keep pointing out how difficult a time I had while in California, which is true. But I still loved it. I loved the weather, I loved the flowers, I loved the culture and the majestic beauty. Sigh. What am I ever going to do? A part of me is giving up on even trying to make this decision and am just going with the flow. Or rather, I think I'm burying my head in the sand and am ignoring this looming huge issue. Hi desperados, Just wondering if a different anti depressant would help you, or a higher dosage? If you're thinking ECT or magnetic therapy, I'm guessing you've already tried... I think some meds do kind of numb the emotions? Could that be true?
  7. 2 points
    Kaniro

    Random Thoughts

    I want candy. I have no candy.
  8. 2 points
    Hi E2e1el, Welcome to the Forums! Let me first say how sorry I am that you have been stricken with depression and with the effects it is having on you! Something a psychiatrist told me once, comes to mind. He said: "In Schizophrenia,a person is stricken with auditory and or visual hallucinations of a very compelling and vivid nature. In Depression, a person is stricken with changes in mood and motivation, also of a very compelling and vivid nature." Reflecting on what he said, I thought, well . . . here are two different illnesses that profoundly affect how a person views himself or herself and others,as well as the past, present and future. However, when it comes to giving advice, I feel unqualified, really unqualified to answer. A book written by the psychiatrist Peter Kramer and entitled "Should You Leave" addresses the topic of depression and relationships. I read the entire book but was unable to draw any conclusions from it other than: be careful, go slowly, patiently and with as much deliberation as possible given one's depression. Sometimes I think he should have entitled his book: "Should you stay or should you go." Depression profoundly "messes" with one's feelings. I always thought it was good advice to postpone big decisions while in the midst of severe depression because clarity is compromised and one could have big regrets later on. None of what I have said is anything I would wish to call "advice" though. I literally "fear" giving advice about such things because first, I am not an authority on the subject and second, I am not an authority on you and third, anything I might say with even the very best of intentions could make your situation worse, which is absolutely the last thing I would want to do!!! I have read that "some" studies have linked "some" depressions to organic changes in the brain; specifically reductions in mass, volume and density of a part of the brain called the amgdala which is thought to affect things like fear, anxiety and emotion. "Some" studies using imaging technology have linked "some" depressions to decreases in regional blood flow in the brain and decreases in energy utilization [glucose metabolism]. "Some" studies have linked "some" depressions to regional thinning of the outer surface of the brain, an area thought to have something to do with conscious executive brain function and motivation. I would be totally remiss if I did not say that ALL studies like these are subject to limitations such as size of study, duration of study, quality of study, consideration of confounding factors, bias and new discoveries. All are subject to revision or even refutation by future studies. I am not a medical professional of any kind, and I only mention this because "IF' these studies are finally validated [and they might not be by future science] it "could" indicate that at least "some" depressions "might" involve serious organic pathology. In this were true, making a big decision, while depressed could be risky. If I was allowed to hazard a mere guess, I would suggest tentatively to postpone any big decisions until you feel better unless there is some extremely compelling reason not to postpone the decision. [Just my non-authoritative opinion!] I personally have made correct and incorrect relationship judgments during periods of depression so I personally try to avoid making huge decisions at such a time unless I am really compelled to do so by circumstances. Please forgive the "wishy washy" nature of my non-authoritative comments as a fellow depression sufferer. Others here may be able to advise you in a more helpful way. That is one of the good things about this site,: that it provides a forum for many different viewpoints. I hope things improve, improve and improve for you and reach the best of all possible outcomes!!!! I don't know what else to say. Respectfully yours, Epictetus.
  9. 2 points
    At least once. Often 6 days a week. I feel like I'm in everybody's way.
  10. 2 points
    I had a few carbs too. Today we went to this noodle/dumpling place for lunch--seriously. That's all they have on the menu! I got a pan roast, ate the meat and nibbled at the noodles (because I didn't want to seem weird not eating the noodles...which were good). I have to admit that I feel lucky with my current meds cocktail. There are things I'm happy about and I feel it. Or maybe that's why I've gotten into baseball so much...for the jolts of adrenaline and endorphins, so badly needed... In any event, for me, once we added Strattera and I got beyond the awful dry mouth, it's like night and day. Add a little caffeine every day and that helps even more. Also, coming here regularly is more help than ever! Now I have to talk myself into doing my laundry...bah!
  11. 2 points
    Oh thx brian :sheep: heh this is the life we are forced to live in...we want to be happy when we're trapped in stone houses and travelling in metal junkies and do the jobs that we don't like...humanity destroyed all the nature around them to call it modern life..life became a modern prison for suffering mentally.
  12. 2 points
    Built a PC... Have always wanted to so I got together some parts and put one together. Haven't had a Windows machine in a long time since in a studio we mostly use Macs. The PC is white and goes together with everything else in the room.
  13. 2 points
    Today I woke up. Which is always nice. But sometimes, more often than not, it's really difficult to get up and get out of bed. However, I got up out of bed, took a shower, got dressed (appropriately) for this weather where I am located. I also did some physical work, such as working out for a half hour. Haven't done that in ooboocachoo years. Worked/trained with my dog. Now that I did all that. I feel so tired. And exhausted. Fortunately, it's a good tiring feeling. I don't feel as down as I did yesterday where I did absolutely nothing... it feels so good to feel this way. I just have no words... I love it. But it's hard.
  14. 1 point
    'budfox', on 03 Jul 2010 - 23:03, said: I was going to write this post as a journal entry to myself as I'm feeling very low and panicky at the moment. However on the off-chance that it might be of benefit to some of the good, nay great, folks on DF I thought I might as well post it here. I read a lot of the posts on this forum and one very common feature of what people are going through is the fear and panic they feel at what is happening to them. Browse through the posts and you will see a lot of, 'I don't know what's happening', 'Something is not right', 'I'm losing my mind', etc. I've made similar statements in some of my previous posts on this very forum in the past. Even though I've suffered from depression for more than 10 years I am still freaking out at how bad I'm feeling right now. Surely by now I should be an expert at managing this? I have had enough experience after all. So, this is what I'm trying to tell myself (and for what it's worth I know this to be totally true, it's just that depression sometimes casts a dark fog over our thinking): For all the terrible symptoms it produces we are all suffering from the SAME basic condition. Of course depression and anxiety affect us uniquely, such is the nature of a disease of the most amazing and complex system known to man, the human brain. However, even though we probably all feel like we are going through something totally personal to us, and I don't deny that in a sense we are, essentially we're all suffering from the same underlying illness, caused by abnormal changes in our brain neurochemistry. The reason none of us can just 'snap out' of depression is that it's an absolutely real illness. Stop thinking of the symptoms you are experiencing as being a manifest reflection of something that is deeply wrong with you. You're just ill. In the future they will be able to precisely elucidate the neurochemical changes that are going on within the brain. For now, they have kind of a rough idea of what's going on but not much more than that. Some days I wake up and can hardly get out of bed. I mean that quite literally. I feel numb to everything, no energy, utter hopelessness for the future and no interest in anybody or anything. Then a day later I can wake up and feel totally normal. Nothing in my life circumstances has changed from the bad day to the good day, it just so happens that for some reason that is inexplicable to me on the first day my neurochemistry is screwed up and on the second day it is within normal ranges. So whatever weird, horrifying, disturbing symptoms you are suffering from please try to remember that you're just ill. If it was an illness of the body you would feel pain or you would have difficulty walking or impaired vision. However, because illnesses like diabetes, arthritis, etc affect organs other than the brain the symptoms they produce, while they can of course be very serious, are still more uniform and less confounding than an illness which affects the brain, an organ many many times more complex than anything else in these bodies of ours. If you feel totally down or anxious when reading this then just accept that there is little that you can do about the way you feel right now to feel instantly better, although of course things like exercise and certain fast acting medications can help greatly. But also know that your brain chemistry is in flux and you are not going to carry on feeling like this forever. There's no point trying to analyse the way you feel or trying to think the way out of your depression, anymore than it would make sense to try and think your way out of diabetes. The depression or anxiety is there, it is making you feel so bad and when it goes you will feel better. I realise that we might all have developed depression for different reasons but I doubt there is one person on this forum that can say that his or her life circumstances are absolutely unique and that the life he or she has gone through is worse than that experienced by many of the millions of people who go through terrible things but don't ever develop depression. Accept that the depression or anxiety is there for now, stop thinking about it and learn to function as best you can even with the worst depression or anxiety that you have ever felt. And take hope in the knowledge that this will get better. Many posters are also blaming themselves for something that is not in the least their fault and saying things like 'I feel like a loser', 'I don't feel worthy', etc, etc. I say to you 'Nonsense!!!' You are just ill. In fact you are more worthy than most because you're dealing with a horrible illness and still managing to keep going. Most of you deserve medals, I tell you that. You're soldiers. Yet because our society is so nasty and backwards, we are still expected to function as well as people who don't have depression at all. When I think about how I am, I mean how functional I am on a good day as compared to a bad day, the gulf between the two is massive. The bad day Bud cannot possibly hope to compete with the good day Bud. It's like trying to be in a fight with someone with one hand tied behind your back. So be realistic and don't be too hard on yourselves. When you're down then do what you can but don't expect too much. Be gentle. As for what everyone in your company or your social circle thinks, to hell with them. They're not experiencing this and you are. Human beings like to go around feeling superior to others and judgmental, especially in modern workplaces. Their lack of sympathy, empathy or understanding is a sad reflection on them, not on you. I tell you you are all wonderful people and it pains me to see you suffer. Well maybe right at the moment you can't help the suffering but you can avoid compounding it. Let's support each other through this and take the view that we are in it together. Know that if you post here you'll get a reply, so however incapable of understanding people in your lives might be, you'll always have this forum to come to. I don't know about you but I at least find great solace in that. Thanks for listening. B
  15. 1 point
    ShioTheFox

    Hello Everyone... Long Story Here

    Hello, I am a 19 year old gay guy from California. I have struggled with depression for as long as I can remember. I have not pursued help extensively for the duration of the time I have felt this way, so I am not officially diagnosed, but I see no other possibility, as I have lost the ability to feel much of anything... It all started when I was in grade school, about 9 years of age. This was when I entered the fourth grade, and started performing poorly in school. I would end up telling myself that I'm worthless, that nobody wanted to be around me and that I wasn't good at anything. It was about this time when I alienated myself from everyone else. If I did poorly on something, or I made a mistake, I would 'punish myself' & self harm. When I went into middle school, I found that most of the guys my age were immature, and too often they would treat me poorly, I assumed because I looked so young... I was sexually harrassed somewhat often in the sixth and seventh grade, along with being treated like scum by my peers anyway, so I alienated myself once more. Come the second semester of seventh grade, my grades began to fall as I was put on Luvox for my OCD/ obsessive and repetitive thoughts. This helped some, but I still felt poorly. A negitive thought process had taken full domination of my mind by then, and I thought into my own future, assuming that I would amount to nothing. I entered the 8th grade, and I began to fail my classes. I became unable or unwilling to do any of my required school work. I had gotten into numerous verbal skirmishes with my parents about my grades... My dad threatened to send me to a 'ghetto school' where all the other underachievers went on the poor side of town, where the students were all drug users, etc... It got to the point where I didn't want to be home, or at school, but I had no choice. It was around this time when I started to have feelings for other guys, and being brought up in church my whole life, I was taught that it was wrong to fee what I was feeling, so I repressed it. As I went into high school, I went to a Christian school (Oh, jolly good fun, eh?). Freshman year was not much different than middle school, except there were more preppy rich Christian kids pretending to give a damn about other people than themselves. Luckily, I kept my feelings to myself. My grades still lacked, however. It was around this time when I discoved porn, and I was forcing myself to watch female porn, and lesbian porn in order to condition myself to be heterosexual. (Yes, I thought that would work). Sometimes, I would give in and watch gay porn and I would enjoy it better, with a subsequent period of exreme guilt and denial, when on several occasions caused me to have the contemplation of suicide, but no plans were acted upon. It wasn't so much that 'God' didn't want me to be gay, it was that I didn't want this one more thing to be part of me, I just wanted to live and be normal... This sentiment continued throughout the duration of high school for me, with increasing certainty that I would never amount to anything in life. I spent a year off between high school and college, when I went to community college, (which I still continue to do). It was around May of this year when I depression went to near crisis levels. It was around that time when I became an atheist, as well. I had long accepted the fact that I was gay, and that didn't bother me much anymore, but what was troubling was the unexplainible hopelessness, the night time anxiety attacks and crying spells which I took up to the park, away from my family or other people as not to bring attention to myself or my situaltion, and the stronger growing urges of suicide. Whenever I would get in a verbal argument with my parents, it would make my mum cry, and I would feel guilty, so I would punish myself by self harming. I have refrained from calling any suicide hotlines, because I had done so one before, in which the person on the other line determined that I was a threat to myself, and would contact the police if I didn't have someone else with me who could talk to her, so I had no choice but to wake my mum up. She made me feel like I was being selfish by feeling despirate, she said 'if you went to the hospital, if you were 5150, nobody would ever hire you and you would be forever labeled as a crazy person'. So, I have refrained ever since, even though I have gone through four different episodes of crisis in the past four months. Overall, I have felt withdrawn from the world, like I'm simply existing, feeling emotionally numb for about a decade now... So..... Yeah...
  16. 1 point
    Mia42

    The "how Do You Feel Right Now?" Thread 2

    Frustrated, irritable, disappointed.
  17. 1 point
    Orso

    Craving Affection

    JaLee raises some really good points & I agree. If it's OK, I'd like to challenge your idea that image gets you a good guy. I think it might be more like image gets you a guy who's looking mostly for image. I'm sure there are many ppl like that out there. But please don't sell yourself short. We can all be very critical of our appearance but I think there is way more to ppl than how they look. I hope you will consider going back to therapy if you have found it helpful in the past. wishing you all the best, orso
  18. 1 point
    Hungry and alone.
  19. 1 point
    Skylark1

    Malicious Online Trolls

    Thank you so much. It's amazing how close to the edge I am recently. Tears are never far, and I'm just trying hard to keep hanging on.
  20. 1 point
    Fizzle

    3 Words Of The Moment

    ARGHHHHHH hate world
  21. 1 point
    NC86

    The "how Do You Feel Right Now?" Thread 2

    Seriously starting to feel like a burden to others, especially my parents, more and more so each day. My mother hemmorages money to try and do what she can to keep me alive. I feel bad. Everyday all my strength is spent just feeding and maintaining my hygiene, even then I find myself asking her to help me with those tasks. I feel like there is nothing I cam contribute to society when I am this sick and it is only downhill from here =/
  22. 1 point
    I fullfilled my oath today...at first it was hard and fearful to get outside but i get used it and forced myself to do it by ignoring my depression.
  23. 1 point
    Seeker2

    Celebrity Obsession - Help or Support

    We know you weren't saying that...I think most of us knew that. I just chimed in with my experience on the subject as an only child, that's all! My comment wasn't a reply to what you said. I just wanted to be sure that people understood that I wasn't judging them for play-acting or having fantasies. I wanted to be clear that I was distinguishing the difference between losing oneself to fantasy and just pretending.
  24. 1 point
    Its a tricky one. I think people have different starting points. Some have a hard time looking after themselves and some have a tendency to feel they are the only ones with difficulties or that theirs are more important. I think when we are severe distress then we need a lot of self care but I think we should still be there to an extent for others that are close to us or are supporting us. One way support is fine and good for short periods of time when we need that but relationships are two way. Both being unable to look after ourselves and accept help, and being unwilling to reciprocate are unhealthy in my opinion. Talking longer term as of course there are times when we have to just lick our wounds and that is all we have. And that is something we need to do too.
  25. 1 point
    ffontaine

    Coping With Poor Self Image

    I identify so much with what desperados wrote. I only see sorrow when I look at myself in the mirror. It's been a long time since I don't laugh, since I don't feel good about something, since I don't relax. I can notice the sadness in my appearance, the pale skin, the sad eyes
  26. 1 point
    sadbrowneyes

    Coping With Poor Self Image

    I needed this thread today. Glad I stumbled into it. Been feeling awful about my appearance, can't stand the way I look. I have been fantasizing about plastic surgery since I was eight years old. I keep looking at pictures of celebrities and picking out the new nose that I want. For some reason, for awhile this cheers me up. But as soon as I cross my reflection, I'm sent back into my same insecurities.
  27. 1 point
    Hardly ever; but, if I do, it is generally the result of me contemplating absurd scenarios that often leave me cracking up due to the level of rediculousness. I've seen so many people die violently that I am somewhat desensitized towards death; however, I possess an inherent high value on life. The combination can be awkward at times. Watching a man about to jump to his death and I'm standing there like Willie Wonka, "no please, stop."
  28. 1 point
    in the shadows

    Coping With Poor Self Image

    I hate the way I look . I hate taking pictures of my face . I have a really poor self image . I hate my nose my smile. Every part of me. I try to just ignore all my imperfections which is hard to do.
  29. 1 point
    Kaniro

    What's On Your Mind Right Now?

    I'm so tired. I keep thinking I have Sunday off, but I know I don't.
  30. 1 point
    bluegal

    Another "down" Day

    it sounds like you are under a lot of stress and I know when I get really really stressed it seems to come out as tears, it's like a release so have a good cry and don't hold back. I agree it sounds like you need a break. Is there anyone else who can take over looking after your father? do you have any respite services available where you are? sometimes this can just be for a day or two to let you recharge. good luck, and I hope you can get some relief soon, or at least get a couple of days off because it sounds like that's what you need.
  31. 1 point
    Kaniro

    Coping With Poor Self Image

    I get this a lot. A lot a lot. Like even when I'm not down, even if I'm having an up day, I'll try taking a selfie or I look the wrong way in the mirror and it just deflates me. A lot of time I think I'm not bad looking, although overweight, but I just see myself at the wrong angle and it all goes to hell. I have no confidence how I look. The worst is when I think I look great, then I get to work and look in the mirror there and feel like I look like a troll. I struggle with my self-image a lot, its a great source of my anxiety and depression.
  32. 1 point
    20YearsandCounting

    What Are You Eating?

    Fried cheerios....more specifically, sauteed cheerios. Several tbsp of real salted butter + several cups of cheerios or honey nut cheerios + low heat in a skillet until lightly browned = yummy!!
  33. 1 point
    Ha ha ha…. I needed a few hours, before I was able to wash my hands…LOL And I refused to have a shower...But on the next day I felt so stinky and disgusting… Ok, Audrey sometimes I actually do sleep with it and in it… LOL Some nights I can´t sleep without it and some nights I forget it…
  34. 1 point
    Society got sick,modern life is a lie,it's a prison you live in stone houses and metal junkie cars as they force you to work,work,work and die young so you don't become a burden for the government.It's hard to keep your mentality in a good shape in a world like this..We are so good and emotionally sensitive persons for this world...we suffer more because we care more for others.
  35. 1 point
    Is that you in the picture. You've got a nice face.
  36. 1 point
    Yes Lacewing we live in a fantasy world but the real world is too hard to be true..imagine yourself being a Syrian refugee as you are miles away from your home and you are treated badly in the countries you go. Oh yes you are right Dolphin2013,i shouldn't have surrendered to depression so easily to think k illing others as a favor i could do for them...we're here to kick depression in the butt and shatter it in to million pieces of dust and keep on living. Thx Epictetus,you talk like a philosopher of life,i guess in your life no matter how bad things seem,you were meant to win the moment by not thinking about past or future but the only moment you take breath...we've no control over past and little control over future...there's no knowing how you would end up feeling in the future,life is a big question mark..uncertainty rules the universe but in the universe there's noting called time,there's only an eternal river of the present moment...past and future are mixed up to create the illusion of time...we've 2 million of Syrian refugees in our borders..wish there was a new Oskar Schindler to save them...terrorism,starvation of Africa and global warming seems to be the new uncureable cancers of the world.
  37. 1 point
    I take an oath to make the most of every hour at least for a week to see if it improves things at all.
  38. 1 point
    Hello everyone, i was going thruh some posts here again... I wasnt posting on here for a long time. I was obsessed with a fashion model 6 years ago and then it just went away ... I lost interest. The last 5 years i wasnt obsessed with noone of celebs and to be honest i was bored and depressed to feel that. I was looking for someone to be a fan of and i think i found him now. I find one male celebrity attractive and i watched his movie lately. Noone knows him, he has no admires. So perfect for me. No drama anymore, no other admires who make me jealous like with fashion model. I dont need all this drama anymore. I give you all good advice. I was contacting my model 5 years ago and got only one response. She was polite and wrote me a short message. It didnt made me happy, yes she noticed me but she never cared about my existance..... I was reading much about obsessive behavoir online. I learned a lot. Next time i will not contact my object of admiration. Simply because he doesnt know who i am. Because we never met. I will keep my feelings for myself. Im okay like this. He cant reject and hurt me this way. To all obsessed fans- just keep it queit and slow down your emotions. If i read posts here, i feel so sad for many of you. Because i was going thruh it all some years ago. But now i learned from it. And now i can be a normal admire without writing my actor any mails because i know that they will make him confused and at the end all he can do will reject me and ignore me. If you want to admire someone, u can do, just dont tell ur obsession object about it. Believe me, they didnt care. The model i was a fan of doesnt know my existance anymore. She never cared, she never wanted my mails. It all hurts so much. I speak from expirience. I hope i helped someone. I learned from my behavoir and now i keep it back. I admire without telling my actor my feelings. If someone needs help, please feel free to write me.
  39. 1 point
    Finised Warhammer 40000 Deathwatch Enhanced Edition
  40. 1 point
    desperados

    Coping With Poor Self Image

    I only see sorrow in my eyes when i look at the mirror and i hate it...missed the old self with a big smile in my face and joyfulness in my eyes,other than that i'm physically looking the same but inside of me is not the same.
  41. 1 point
    Way worse than yesterday. Lonely and dull. Nauseous since last night.
  42. 1 point
    watalife

    3 Words Of The Moment

    Just Keep Eating
  43. 1 point
    I'm SO thankful for awesome friends. And my parents. If I didn't have a support system, I don't know where I'd be right now. Just feeling thankful. Also feeling a tad anxious. Worrying about going out of town this weekend. My mom's been my "comfort person" and she won't be with me so I'm just a little worried about having an attack or something. :( Hope everyone is doing well.
  44. 1 point
    verDominai

    3 Words Of The Moment

    had a hotdog
  45. 1 point
    Crumbs123

    3 Words Of The Moment

    Failure Burden Hopeless
  46. 1 point
    Pleas don't. If you feel this way, please call a crisis line asap. (((hugs)))
  47. 1 point
    Went to the gym Took out the garbage Bought some groceries FINALLY Received my passport (probably my greatest accomplishment of the year along with getting my permit)
  48. 1 point
    20YearsandCounting

    What Are You Eating?

    Fried zucchini sounds great..... dried sweet cereal, can't stop munching. :verysad3:
  49. 1 point
    idkusername465

    The Post Anything Thread

    I like this thread already. I can only imagine the random s**t I will post in here lol
  50. 1 point
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