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  1. Seablue
    07-17-2014 07:13 AM
    Seablue
    Thing is, most users tire of answering in those subforums after some time (a lot of old users are hidden in the Blogs sections), so you're left with threads mostly made by guys (almost always the same) who are obsessed with women's imaginary failings, or by women (also always the same ones) who need people to know about every tiny detail of their lovelife.
  2. Seablue
    07-17-2014 07:04 AM
    Seablue

     
    "am I really reading what I think I'm reading".

    You must be new here

  3. Dancingqueen
    07-16-2014 10:02 PM
    Dancingqueen commented on What book are you reading right now?
    Snow Crash is a classic, I wish I could erase it outta my brain and read it again for the first time.
  4. Seablue
    Yeah pretty much what I was gonna say. I got an honest laugh-out-loud out of that because it seems to imply that men never interact with other men, or with kids, etc
  5. asnivy
    07-08-2014 12:49 PM
    asnivy
    I have a hard time with very rigid judgmental people too. It's one thing if I can tell they are having a hard time articulating what they want to say on the topic, but when I can tell on their face they are out-right rejecting everything coming out of my mouth, I clam up and feel as though I was on eggshells so then I stop talking to them because I feel uncomfortable =\ Then later on 'oooh but you can talk to me, it's okay!'. *face palm*

    I have a pretty open-mind to the point I know I can come off as too naive and trusting.
  6. asnivy
    07-08-2014 11:56 AM
    asnivy
    I interpret Rondo as a leading theme song. ^^ Likewise about super open! I enjoy sharing experiences if I don't have much to say on the matter, mostly because the experience could in one way or another bring up another topic to elaborate on in the discussion, or it helps bring people out of their shell sometimes so the discussion gets more interesting.

    You're a sweetie, do you use Skype by chance?
  7. asnivy
    07-07-2014 08:32 PM
    asnivy commented on Rondo of the Lich
    It's fine I love how open you are, it helps keep conversation going *hugs*
  8. asnivy
    07-07-2014 07:29 PM
    asnivy
    I can relate to all of this. Sometimes I've made tiny mistakes in speech or work that really messed with the ultimate outcome and people constantly harp on me for it. I get it and all but it's in the past and my mind wants to move forward >.> When I see childhood friends they still literally "quote" things I accidentally said and laugh about it. Sometimes it's still funny to me too so long as it wasn't something that left a negative mark on my life.

    Sorry for my late replies >.< I replied to your post in Rondo of the Lich
  9. asnivy
    07-06-2014 12:41 PM
    asnivy
    Hmm, why not try to meditate in a day dream? I like to day dream I am in outer space. I make visuals in my head that I am up there while I quietly do chakra chants. I see it as need the chakra chants to propel myself through space. You might need a lot of open space to get this to work effectively.

    I like to vision my chakra energies going through space and being sucked in to other little universes in the universe, meaning we are always connected to everything through energy and can discover any new reality if we focus on the energy levels that could signify any sort of life and other universes are possible.

    I hear you I get teased a lot too for some of the mistakes I've made, or people never stop holding a grudge against me. I started saying if you keep teasing my mistake over and over, how do you expect me to grow and learn so I won't do it again? I think if you cared about me, you'd help the situation rather than constantly making me feel bad so I don't improve.
  10. asnivy
    07-03-2014 10:48 PM
    asnivy
    I get that too at times x.x; I've found chanting to clear my throat chakra with a throat chakra chant is really the only thing that helps. That and my throat chakra used to be the weakest in my body, as I had a poor thyroid as a kid, but now that it healed my throat chakra is probably my most over-active chakra, along with an over-active third eye. Once the throat chakra is all cleared up it is much easier to write and speak my mind clearly and without the anxiety/confusion. Have you ever tried chakra chants?

    Pathological daydreaming, that's a neat way of putting it. I daydream I'm in another dimension or create my own alternate dimensions to fit the energy in my mind, while I apparently space out to everyone else
  11. asnivy
    07-03-2014 04:53 PM
    asnivy
    Are you more of the racing thoughts type ADHD rather than outwardly hyper and can't focus type? That's how my ADD is. I try not to use instant messengers much because it really shows when I write. When I talk you wouldn't know...

    Video games are generally the best outlet for all of the inner chatter for me.
  12. Mind Virus
    07-02-2014 09:36 PM
    Mind Virus commented on Let's see your selfie!
    YOU ALSO LINKED TO FACEBOOK!
  13. asnivy
    07-02-2014 05:00 PM
    asnivy
    I used to play League sometimes at a gaming station, though I'm not very good at it >.< I've never played Call of Duty either. My shooting games are Team Fortress 2 and AVP.

    What meds if I may ask? Did they work well before too? Is there anything stressing you out that might contribute to why the meds may not be working as well?


    How has your family handled your resilience? My mom intuited I would be the anti-christ by the time I was 4, so when she put me in Sunday school she immediately said "This is just here in case you need something to fall back on, because I have a feeling you're going to tell me this is stupid" (she's an INTJ lol).

    Bored games? I've never really been in to them myself, I found them kind of boring. I was more in to Legos. I played chess club in high school. I scorn people who claim to be good at chess when they only play chess online. To me it isn't the real deal because the board is pre-set to let you place the objects.
  14. asnivy
    07-01-2014 06:05 PM
    asnivy
    Oooh I *love* Mortal Kombat too, I am in MK tourneys a lot !
  15. asnivy
    07-01-2014 05:10 PM
    asnivy
    What games have you been pro level in? My specialty is Street Fighter Third Strike.

    It's mostly just a standard bar with video game consoles. It's kind of over-priced, to help keep the consoles going. >.> No-one gets privacy anywhere so it's hard to focus on gaming. The food and drinks aren't too great either, I like their gin and tonic but those aren't hard to mess up. Usually me and INTJ friend go to play board games and Twisted Metal.

    Bible Thumpers galore in your area? :O

    Have fun with your friends! I'm always around haha. The computer is my house.
  16. asnivy
    07-01-2014 04:38 PM
    asnivy
    Mhm for sure, the main reasons I went up was because a friend there had me in the video game club. ^-^ I miss the community. There's a local video game bar here that has a decent video game community and has cosplay night sometimes, although I'm not really pleased with how it's run. If they made it more like a Japanese bar it'd make more sense to me. Rent a private booth with walls and then maybe let people bring in their own consoles or gaming computers. I think I'll miss the community more than I'll miss the environment.

    Could you see yourself enjoying living in Boston? My house in CT is only about an hour away from Boston. :D
  17. asnivy
    07-01-2014 04:07 PM
    asnivy
    We got real lost too... :D Part of why we walked so far.

    I enjoyed going to UT when I would visit a friend. It felt like being in Boston. UT was the first place I saw a hawk in Texas, too!

    What flavor? I've got chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla :3
  18. asnivy
    07-01-2014 03:14 PM
    asnivy
    San Antonio was awesome when I went. I was on the river walk. I have memories of being in a Joe's Crab Shack with an actual see-through floor with a river flowing below. It was awesomeness. I think mom and I walked a total of 15 miles when we were walking through the area!

    Ooooh you can see it huh? *offers Panda Bear cookie*
  19. asnivy
    07-01-2014 08:38 AM
    asnivy
    I would want to be Hermit the frog too. When I lived in Dallas I was literally nocturnal on days I didn't have class. I liked staying indoors at the computer, it was too hot. That and drives to see friends were ridiculously long. I lived with my ex fiance at the time. He started telling me I was resembling / acting like L from Death Note, and made characters named L in our video games just so I'd watch Death Note to see what he was talking about. So for the 3 years I lived in Dallas I was simply called L :D
  20. asnivy
    07-01-2014 03:48 AM
    asnivy
    Hmmm maybe some files need to be updated, or got replaced during an update of some sort?

    And yeah it could have been a power surge too!

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