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  1. dani122
    Yesterday 11:35 PM
    dani122
    Uhm...my murderer ancestors voyaged from England to NZ so I guess that makes me sort of English, right? lol I spent some time studying in Christchurch, NZ, which actually is a pretty English looking city. I wanted to say something witty about Buffalo, but my mind went blank. LAME.
  2. AlbanyDude
    Yesterday 03:48 AM
    AlbanyDude
    What years were you there? I was there from '95 to '99.
  3. SelfMadeBum
    04-15-2014 08:23 PM
    SelfMadeBum


    "As a deviant, all the words I can't read made me angry so I smashed your tail light."

    Really, what an ass.
  4. eagleseven
    04-13-2014 05:38 PM
    eagleseven
    He's in Seattle now, but I toured the campus with him when I visited Buffalo back in 2011.
  5. eagleseven
    04-12-2014 09:09 PM
    eagleseven commented on Share what college you attended!
    I have a friend who attended Canisius highschool in Buffalo.
  6. dani122
    04-09-2014 02:23 AM
    dani122
    Haha, thanks. Break down his walls and swipe him off his feet is what I'd like to do =). Now just to find the bastard... I mean beloved.
  7. vedera
    04-01-2014 10:45 PM
    vedera
    To be completely honest I am not always fond of advice that victimizes the oppressor in situations like these. The OP is here attempting to solve the problem by seeking solutions and that behavior in itself, to an extent, justifies the OP as long as she is actively trying to do soórather than just venting, for example.

    I would have added another alternative: consider yourselves incompatible and exit the relationship with what little grace you have left. It honestly seems that the OP is the victim in this particular situation, but the thread itself is skewed and she is necessarily biased.

    The OP has shown a particularly common dynamic between immature NFs and NTs that are conform to the behaviors we are used to seeing in NF/NT relationship threads. I use that statistic, experience and intuition to suggest that she need not involve herself in the emotional manipulations of her SO.

    The blame lies squarely but equivalently on both their shoulders.
  8. vedera
    This is good advice.
  9. LBW
    Not impossible, no. Would you it is not worth attempting to achieve something if there is a chance you will never succeed?
  10. Large Coffee
    03-20-2014 05:37 AM
    Large Coffee
    Glad that worked out...I remain confused as to what your confusion even was. :P
  11. Large Coffee
    03-19-2014 05:48 AM
    Large Coffee commented on Why should I lose my virginity?
    You can read about anything but still not know what it's like to experience it. Imagine saying that reading about riding a bike must be the same as actually learning how to do it and experiencing what it feels like.
  12. BethMit
    03-12-2014 05:39 PM
    BethMit
    Thank you! I appreciate you saying so.
  13. Oros Ull
    03-08-2014 08:55 PM
    Oros Ull
    I'm working on it.
  14. Oros Ull
    03-08-2014 10:07 AM
    Oros Ull
    I know right! I canít wait.
  15. Antares
    03-07-2014 10:52 PM
    Antares commented on Romancing an introverted, possibly shy guy
    By that I mean I'd be so embarrassed and abashed I'd never be able to look him in the eye again. Which is fine... Seeing I never look him in the eye anyway...
  16. BuShinJu
    03-04-2014 10:17 PM
    BuShinJu
    Yes, it gets pushed around so much. You would never say that about any other thing someone might be interested in,
    - "I want to be a professional basket ball play"
    - "just relax man, hang around, be yourself"
    I'm not saying females don't have a hard time either, they have their own set of standards they have to follow. But it seemed that a few of the female responses to that thread were "I wasn't looking or trying and I got a relationship" when the actual take home message was that guys were coming up to them.
  17. Moonlight
    02-20-2014 08:34 PM
    Moonlight commented on Odd dude?
    Thank u for taking time to reply.
  18. ShadowBurn
    02-20-2014 10:05 AM
    ShadowBurn
    You just became my favorite person. Had I called them by their name, no one would've known wtf I was talking about lol, and pigs in a blanket is just an appalling name due to the fact that it makes people think of cocktail wieners wrapped in a croissant.
  19. Fresh Face
    02-15-2014 09:45 PM
    Fresh Face
    Apparently that means the vast majority of people.

    Oh wait...I already knew that.
  20. Fresh Face
    02-15-2014 10:18 AM
    Fresh Face
    I already knew what that was like. My whole life is literally me knowing things are a certain way, not always being able to prove them (right at that moment), people saying I must be wrong because I don't have a degree in whatever we're talking about, and me, when I finally have access to where I can get proof, finally get to show it to them and they're like "why do you even bring that up. I already said you're wrong."

    b-b-but, I just proved it!

    That is quite literally the story of my life.

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