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  1. Yep. I dated in highschool very casually a fair bit. By college I had such a hard time dating and until I was 27 it was so many bad short term things I thought I was doomed. I gave up and instead of settling I focused on me but kept a positive attitude towards people for friendships. Met a guy and now I've been happily partnered/and eventually married for over 10 years. I am so fucking glad I didn't settle, holy shit.

  2. I probably should add I picked his outfit. He did suggest to wear an older suit. So the under dressing was my fault and I felt really bad for it too. We both grew up in low income families, we’re not fancy people. He’s a junior doctor though and I’m at med school as well. But we’re early in career and don’t have the class or money these people hosting the wedding did. This wedding today was one of the many dates my friend had; she’s had multiple ceremonies… rich girl.

  3. If he's smart and capable enough for med school he can dress himself. This isn't "raise a man," this is dating.

  4. Also who had a year of lead time on buying appropriate footwear for a wedding, and when he got there, decided he’d rather DITCH HIS DATE AND WAIT IN THE CAR BECAUSE HIS SHOES WEREN’T PERFECT?? What a manbaby. So many red flags. I hope you reevaluate this relationship. *edit for correct pronoun

  5. Yeah this is actually worse for me. He acted like a spoiled 14 year old. Who wants to build a life with someone who copes like this?

  6. This is why people go back to pirating

  7. Truth. I did the math for all the streaming services I'd need to watch all the different things I want, and I am not a big tv watcher. Its was around $60-80. Add I'd my Spotify payments and VPN and it's paying cable all over again.

  8. It's screaming for help is my guess. Some animals realize that humans can help them, SOME humans. If it's dying or hurt, starving or thirsty it will probably take the risk as a last resort. Poor bird. Clearly it's unhappy. But I think in this case it's a baby. I've had fledgling crows/birds come to me when it's trying to get used to being independent from the nest. The crow parents were around and keeping an eye and were absolutely not okay with me until I made sure the bird wasn't hurt and gave it space. Always make right with local birds as they will remember you.

  9. Love it. I'm like you and my husband is like yours, bullied by brothers who like to still puhd him around and he shuts down. I, however, ain't scared. What they gonna do? Cut me out of their lives? Please do.

  10. Scifi. It's scifi. The fact people take it at all seriously is insane. The fact people think "god" had anything to do with it... Insane.

  11. I get overly simulated by loud noises and people, especially kids and younger kids/babies are the worst. I can feel their sounds send shivers down my spine that can turn into a very spiny on edge angry feeling. Even their laugher and happy sounds.

  12. I came here to say this. Prozac saved my life honestly, it made me myself again. I am so triggered by noises, especially high pitched ones and felt myself sinking into an abyss of anxiety and depression. There's a bit of a stigma about taking pills for mental health (where I'm from anyway) but I always encourage anyone having issues to atleast consider them. There's an adjustment period but after the ability to cope with life is so profound and life changing

  13. Yep. I was suspert resistant and when I finally caved I was so happy I did. It helped me sleep after years of intense insomnia and it made me a happier and more tolerant person all around. I became the best version of myself. Never had any other meds help me like that. Only took it for two years before I learned coping mechanisms that helped but sound and situational intensity is still an issue now that I'm off it.

  14. I got a standing desk and set a 20 minute timer/notification so I'd do a minute of stretching. It helped me not get so creaky. I also sit for a couple hours a day on and off, and make sure to leave my office and walk around every hour or so. I can totally zombie at my desk if not careful. Same with my couch.

  15. This and porn, ruiners of sex lives. Rewiring brains for unrealistic associations.

  16. NTA - being alone is better than being lonely together. Gtfo of this relationship. You got rid of one cancer, it's time to leave another.

  17. Y'all aren't sexually compatible. He needs a partner who doesn't care and you need one that goes downstairs.

  18. I'm old and I'm gonna be honest, this behavior had become so much worse in people. It's insane. I've never had so many people act like this until the last few years. It was bad witj COVID because everyone was in a weird space but now no one has social skills and Everyone is a flake. It's unreal.

  19. Only if you improve in ways that matter to women. Lots of men focus on only men stuff and then they end up surrounded by other single dudes and wonder why. Mastering the gym, gaming, and WOW aren't going to help you with women, although it might count as focusing on you.

  20. Its not really true, if you watch dr honda describe bpd there is a well of deep insecurity and fear of ppl leaving and of an emptiness as well that feels scary. They literally stopped developing emotionally when something traumatic happened in their childhood so they do act like toddlers. His descriptions of bpd show me I would never want to have bpd, and makes me feel a bit of understanding for my m. Not that that should affect nc or any other decision for surviving a bpd parent. It just helped with the healing process.

  21. That's why you don't eat at just anybody's house, and I'm wary of potlucks. You just don't know.

  22. Yeah, I've seen some shit. I'm done with potlucks. You bring your own food to the picnic and I'll bring mine. Nah.

  23. NTA - this is why I don't talk to my in laws. Too much drama. Just block them all and focus on your own life.

  24. What was your study schedule/time spent a day like, and were you working at the time? Is this feasible for someone with kids and a full time job or is this the type of time it takes for someone with no job or responsibilities?

  25. I can only speak for myself but it can definitely be done working a full time job with kids, you just have to be on point with your time management. I really didn't understand what it would take when i fist started (why it took me 5 months to get the 1001). Once i decided to take these exams seriously I developed a very rigid routine and studied everyday for a minimum of around four hours while working a 40hr a week job. This was usually broken up into two hours before work in the morning and two hours before bed at night. This was from when i started the 1002 until i was able to recently get my Security+. I would be lying if i didn't say it was exhausting but as long as your disciplined it's completely possible, just VERY difficult.

  26. I think a big part of it is most paranoid conspiracy theorists tend to congregate in niche communities online where their delusions are taken seriously and reinforced, hence the similarities.

  27. I process government benefit applications for work and have had quite a few clients that sound exactly like this. The thing that has stuck out to me the most is not what they all say, but the strong similarity in the language used by all of them. I don’t speak to them on the phone, only via email. They all write the same exact way and sound like the same person. They all write very poorly and have the same delusions (hackers inside cell phone and computer etc) Just like this guy with the signs

  28. Same thing with lots of brain issues. Dementia has a very predictable pattern, and it starts with the person being cranky, and acting like a bratty teenager. Then it's insense paranoia among other things. It happens at different speeds but the parts of the brain it effects and the domino effect is always the same pattern.

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