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What is your worst hardship?
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Posted 3/19/13 , edited 3/19/13
My joints pop in and out of place randomly. Mostly my right shoulder. Hurts like a b**** too.
It often happens several times a day. I've contemplated amputation of my arm, since it's the most frequent and most painful.
The doctors don't know why. Had an MRI and X-Rays to no avail.

I have a hole in my left eye and astygmatism in the other. So no matter what I can't see s*** clearly. XD

College proved to be of no use. Decent paying jobs are still hard to find.

And I've been rejected by every girl I've ever asked out (a good number). Ladies? XD

Nothing big but still daily c*** I have to deal with. Still smiling at the end of the day.

Edit: Reread topic XD. Worst is the joint thingy.
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Pomff wrote:
Oh and I almost forgot the part about the foster home I lived with at the time being decidedly not okay with being gay so I got the beaten figuratively and sometimes literally with the Bible before finally getting moved somewhere else where I was relived to be ignored and neglected as opposed to the attention I got previously.


Stupid question, but did getting smacked with a bible teach you to fear god, or just books?
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Stupid question, but did getting smacked with a bible teach you to fear god, or just books?


Well I work in a bookstore so I don't think it had any long term effects on my attitude towards books, and it's not like I ever took Hulk Hogan's advice to eat my vitamins and say my prayers so I don't think it made me fear god either. I am still terrified of the Veggie Tales though so maybe that's what the end result was. Goddamn that tomato has the scariest rape face.



I will never look at the produce isle the same way again.
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Goddamn that tomato has the scariest rape face.



I will never look at the produce isle the same way again.

Ughhh now I keep thinking about being sexually assaulted by vegetables. I'm not sure if I should be amused or terrified.
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mhibicke wrote:

Ughhh now I keep thinking about being sexually assaulted by vegetables. I'm not sure if I should be amused or terrified.




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I guess produce needs love too, right? It's not like I'm in a position to judge. I've got a thing for heavily armed women - like badges, cuffs, guns, and body armor. Even my first couple years at college I would start trouble just to get attention from the hot security guard. Unfortunately, she figured out what I was trying to do when I said, "Hey Mel, what's it going to take for you to throw me to the ground and handcuff me?" Retrospectively, that may not have been the best approach.
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Not being the richest man in the world, and king of the world... yet.

Out of all the crap in life, this one definitely hits me the hardest. I could barely bring myself to share it with you all.
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My childhood. I didn't really have one. In fear of uncomfortableness, I'll just say my childhood was brutal. That was hard.

Probably the most hardest part was coping with change, and gaining the emotion "happiness." I lived with my Grandma when I was about 10 years old. I was awkward and quiet, and had many issues, and the biggest one was my turrets. I was home schooled, so going to a public school mortified me. I had outbursts when I was angry or sad, and nobody else did. I didn't know how to comprehend that. Hell, I've only made one friend.

It started getting so much better for me in Highschool. - And here I am now. A freshman in college. All this felt like yesterday, and I'm the most happiest, positive person I know, despite my forever lingering awkwardness I have around people.
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My current hardship right now is that im 20 years old and will be turning 21 this March and i'm only 5'4 and I have a babyface. People always view me as a 16 year old kid and don't take me seriously. It gets in the way of finding a girlfriend


#TheStruggle #VirginForLyfe #PrayForPumeHana
Posted 3/20/13

Chronomana wrote:

Not being the richest man in the world, and king of the world... yet.

Out of all the crap in life, this one definitely hits me the hardest. I could barely bring myself to share it with you all.


This is quality

Muy bien
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Everyone in the world has some sort of darkness lingering in them. There's always bad memories which, if you dwell on, will keep you down in the pits.

With that being said, I'm a dweller. I know exactly what all of my issues are, and how to fix them, but I choose not to. I'm a bit older than a lot of the people posting here (28), but I've had my fair share of ups and downs.

I'm one of those people that has their dream job, is secure in finances and lives well, but everything outside of that is in shambles. I have no social life, no friends (online or off) and I have a difficult time maintaining social contact with others. I rarely see family, don't have a vehicle and only venture outdoors when necessary (I work from home and I have everything, including groceries, delivered).

So, in many ways, my life isn't much of one. I work, I watch anime and read manga and through those mediums I obtain the missing pieces of my life.
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I have a decent amount of hardships, despite being only 18.

I've been through shit most kids and teens never have the privilege of suffering.

I'm a very outspoken guy, so I don't really have a problem pointing out traumas and hardships in my life, so here they are. I was born to a 13 yo mom and a 17 yo dad. I was blessed with a number of diagnoses, including bipolar, adhd, add, and asberger's syndrome, which for those who don't know is a high-functioning form of autism. The worst part about having it is how immature most everyone I know is about that. They make fun of my status, and just the way it sounds cracks them up.

I've really been messed with so much though, that nothing really gets to me anymore.

I flopped between countless group homes in my childhood. A few of them had kids beating eachother up, and at ten years old I landed my first 15-day stint in juvi. Not exactly a hardship, but to this day I don't know a lot of people who spent time in kiddie prison at ten years old.

Racial issues seem to be a big problem. Not annoying or anger-inducing, but people take one look at my skin color and assume I'm Mexican. They don't realize there are probably some 40 or 50 other races primarily made of dark-skinned people.

To this day, I refuse to make up with my mom. Her lack of sincerity and sympathy for my situation, as well as her being unable to own up to her own promiscuity and addictions even in this day in age, are some of the reasons I have shunned her in my life and so have most of my family. She's not a mother when she takes care of an illegitimate child like it's one of her own and leaves her first-born lying in the past. And so I don't see her as a mother and never will. My dad and I have gotten on good terms as of recent though.

I have a brother who doesn't understand the value of every electronic I own. He almost destroyed a 2TB hard drive a while back. He's still living, as is the hard drive. My cousin is quite the same way when it comes to every electronic I own as well.

High school. To this day I don't understand how I graduated. I'm a freaking genius, I just learn differently and don't have much patience or motivation.

Just had a dog die recently. It's sad. She was over 10 human years old. It's hard coming home every day and not seeing her smiling drooling face waiting on the carport.

My girlfriend. Along with this hardship any of my past relationships can be categorized with. Girls take advantage of my generosity too damn much, and dating a slut taught me a lesson about how gullible I was when I was in my early teens. I thought that was love.

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Posted 3/20/13
Just notice that you asked for worst. Consider those all number 1. I'm too lazy to pick favorites.
Posted 3/20/13

AllTsunNoDere wrote:


PumeHana92 wrote:

My current hardship right now is that im 20 years old and will be turning 21 this March and i'm only 5'4 and I have a babyface. People always view me as a 16 year old kid and don't take me seriously. It gets in the way of finding a girlfriend


#TheStruggle #VirginForLyfe #PrayForPumeHana


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