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Nisemono

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  1. Random Thoughts 2

    I'm going to be alone my whole life. I don't say this for pity it's just how it is. I can't do relationships - I can't trust another person and I can't feel love. I wish I could but my feelings are damaged. I'm so cold and empty and I wish I wasn't. I try to be human sometimes, and what do I mean by that? I want to show love and friendliness to other people but I'm terrified of letting anyome down. And this all sounds pathetic. I need love I know but I couldn't recommend myself to anyone I like. I'm too much work and I'm not worth the effort. Oh ****ing **** me. Ooh I'm being so dramatic but ****ing **** me please.
  2. The Post Anything Thread (2)

    The male genitalia is really a ridiculous appendage. I mean what the hell is that thing? Who designed it? What were you thinking?
  3. How Is Your Weather Today? (16)

    It done sh*t snow mother ****er.
  4. Strewth! Are Australians a different species now? Pauline Hanson probably thinks so but I'm not at all associating you with her.
  5. Tips for using sertaline

    Crystal meth somehow passed he censorship there. Pan is just garden shrub isn't it? Lol. Not what I originally said. I don't necessarily disagree with censoring the names of illegal drugs but it can be confusing. Not sure it achieves much but I wouldn't feel inclined to make a fuss about it. Crystal meth got through though while the ol' dutchie didn't. Never done crystal meth but it sounds like evil sh*t. That's one illegal drug that you want to censor. Maybe automatically change it to trailer park rot tooth. The dutchie though. Never liked it much myself but there are worse things for people to do. Stoners are better than some people after a few legal drinks. Well this has gotten a bit off topic. Legalise it! Wouldn't bother with it much if it were legal, but... god I'm so off topic here. Sorry Hwp.
  6. Tips for using sertaline

    Smoke pan? I don't know if that word has been replaced by the site here or if that's what people are calling it these days. Anyhoo there's a big list of possible side effects included with your meds and most of them won't affect you at all. I remember when I started on sertraline and I read that one of the side effects was expression of breast milk. Which would've been interesting but it never happened unfortunately. It's ok to drink on these meds. Not recommended but nothing strange will happen to you if you do. You aren't going to think you're Spiderman and wake up in a skip if you drink while one these meds. Alcohol does interfere with their effectiveness though. As for pan, I don't know. Pan is just garden shrub isn't it? Not crack illegal drug or crystal meth which obviously won't do your brain any good.
  7. The Post Anything Thread (2)

    I know this link will be removed but awww! This guy apparently takes in abandoned cats and plays the piano to them. I know there's no links allowed but there's no rush to remove it surely. It made me smile. Video is called "There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: Music and cats.."
  8. I went to the pub and watched a bit of the match - local derby, not that I especially care. Football isn't a matter of life and death and Bill Shankly was talking out of his arse. Some people get so worked up about sports! We win, we lose, life goes on. It's odd to see men get so emotional about something that doesn't really matter. In any other area of life they wouldn't dare to show any emotion because emotions are for women and homosexuals. And maybe that's why many men take sport so seriously - It's an area where it's ok to show emotion. Cry when your team loses and you're a great fan. Cry when your cat dies and there's something wrong with you. Masculinity is ****ing stupid. But I've got a bit sidetracked. I went to the pub and watched a bit of the match. That's probably not an especially impressive achievement and nor did it seem so to me at the time. I used to be a recluse who wouldn't need the fingers on my second hand to count the number of times I left the house in a month. Most of the fingers on one hand wouldn't have been used. But I went to the pub and watched a bit of the match and it wasn't a big deal. It probably sounds like I'm making too much of a fuss of something so insignificant but there was a time when doing such an insignificant thing would've terrified me. I can't, it will all go wrong, they'll all see what a freak I am. And I never give myself any damn credit for the progress I've made. I might have crossed one mountain but there's always a bigger one rearing up ahead, so don't go congratulating yourself yet because you're going to fail to get over that one. **** you brain and well done me.
  9. What Really Bugs You (7)

    I bought a ear and nose trimmer today. I'm not quite bald but my hair has receded from where I'd like it to be - i.e my damn head - while at the same time... what's the opposite of receding? Anyway, it's sprouted in the most useless places. We evolved to have ear and nose hair after a certain age because it offered an evolutionary advantage. And what was that then? What survival advantage does it give me to lose hair where it's useful while it pops up in the most pointless places?
  10. What Are You Reading?

    Superb book. I've just finished reading another anti-war classic, Paths of Glory by Humphrey Cobb. War! Huh! What is it good for? I like this quote by Kurt Vonnegut - "Perhaps, when we remember wars, we should take off our clothes and paint ourselves blue and go on all fours all day long and grunt like pigs. That would surely be more appropriate than noble oratory and shows of flags and well-oiled guns."
  11. 3 Words Of The Moment

    gravity oops brick
  12. Random Thoughts 2

    Delusional? I can only think you're talking about my lukewarm endorsement of living. And I'm not offended and I'm not trying to start an argument or anything. Seriously! I've been pessimistic and nihilistic, and I probably still am. Always pleased to meet a fellow cynic. Delusional though! I've thought the same in the past of course. Happiness is being dumb to the suffering in the world, happiness is being dumb to the fact that you're going to die. And seeing only suffering in the world, and your own ultimate exit from it, you might as well get on with it. And I've felt like this many times. But, while the happy ****ing clappy view of the world is far from reality, our miserable, cynical bulls*** isn't the reality either. We're all deluded. Existence is empty as the Buddhists say - you add your own colour. The blacks and greys are no more real than the reds and blues.
  13. Unstoppable rain of empty ideas

    Depression isn't your friend. It can seem safe and comfortable but it's ****ing you up. Lack of feeling, I know and i hope you break out of it because this lack of emotion makes happiness impossible. I can't cry either, and I don't think that's a good thing. Scared of our emotions. And your English is fine. Didn't realise you aren't a native speaker until you mentioned it. Your English is far better than many English people.
  14. What's On Your Mind Right Now?

    Standard huggy emoticon but I lost my father too so the huggy emoticon is for real.
  15. Funny YOUisms

    Mullido is Spanish for fluffy. Always useful to know. Doesn't sound an especially fluffy word. Mullido. La mullido gato preguntar, erm... preguntar means questions doesn't it? Ok I'm going to stop trying to speak spanish now. I've always been interested in learning languages but yes being shy or socially anxious can make it difficult. Often I've barely talked to anyone in my native tongue, so what's the use of learning a foreign language? Japanese for fluffy is fuwafuwa. Isn't that cute.