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  1. Major Chord nailed it. Also, setbacks like this are just a part of life. In fact, they are basically just examples of life happening. This won't be the last, and probably not the worst. Dust off and keep moving. Don't worry about what others are doing, because whether you see it or not, they will be doing the same thing. I don't know what skills you are referring to, but learning the skill of perseverance is probably much more important. Here's your chance to learn that one. I can't speak much to happiness myself, but I know that hinging your happiness to something so trivial and reliant on other people is very unwise.
  2. I've seen tipping options pop up on the debit screen at restaurants in the tourist trap areas of Stockholm. Seems to be a pretty blatant way to trick people visiting from places where tipping is common into shelling out extra cash.
  3. If bigger tits are more attractive (not disagreeing there), then I suspect that most men probably don't care much about how they got that way... unless they are preoccupied by how "trashy" they think implants are.
  4. Delaying that gratification makes it so much sweeter.
  5. Establish your boundaries and enforce them.
  6. Pretty much any other guy would start to look good in comparison
  7. You could try, but after all these years you can bet your sweet ass that I'll be stayin' alive.
  8. Pretty much all of Eyes Wide Shut. Kubrick was brilliant at embedding heaps and heaps of subtle symbolism and hints in the background, and Eyes Wide Shut is absolutely saturated with it. Throughout most of the movie, there's far more going on where the viewer's focus isn't directed than where it is (which kinda makes the title make a bit more sense, no?). If you have some familiarity with religious, mythological, and occult symbolism (among other stuff) and know what to look for, the movie takes on an entire different dimension and depth than if you are trying to watch passively and expecting a conventional story and plot to be spoonfed to you. Easily one of the most underappreciated movies ever, and a damned shame that so much of it got cut before its release and will probably never be released. ...... added to this post 12 minutes later: Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish version of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (and the two sequels). Lisbeth barely speaks throughout the entire series, and is relatively stone-faced, on top of being a character which exists mostly within herself. Rapace did an incredible job building the complexity of the character mostly using very subtle shifts in facial expression, body movements, etc..
  9. I view implants the same way I view tattoos, piercings, and other body modifcations... just another personal aesthetic expression. No issues with them. I suspect most men don't really care either way, though there seems to be a bit more traditionalists among INTJs which might not like it.
  10. Vibrations? Pfft! We'd pound so hard the earth would tremble and your neighborhood would need to become a FEMA camp.
  11. That's nice. ...... added to this post 0 minutes later: No need to.
  12. No need to twirl my hair while I'm busy pulling yours
  13. *sigh*... *twirls hair*
  14. Only GreyCrow can fix my BlueBalls