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your profile is depressing even more so then mine


that's the aesthetic I was going for
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I was but I broke up with him. Am single and loving it.
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I'm in a relationship, her name is Funk and we've been happily going together for 3 years now. GLORY B DA FUNK'S ON ME!


something about the music, it got into my pants. something about the music, it got into my pants. something about the music, it got into my pants.



&& yeah relationship going 2 weeks strong

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Alone, I guess...
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stealyourface wrote:


Markest1 wrote:

I'm in a relationship, her name is Funk and we've been happily going together for 3 years now. GLORY B DA FUNK'S ON ME!


something about the music, it got into my pants. something about the music, it got into my pants. something about the music, it got into my pants.



&& yeah relationship going 2 weeks strong



A friend of Funk is a friend of mine!
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iam in a twisted relationship(s) where i pay girls to make custom clips for me.
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no, not a lot of people can handle depression


Not sure that is exactly true. Especially for people that have been through it themselves. of course not everone can, but at least don't give up on people until you have given them the chance.


I hesitate always but I give them a chance. But even after I warn them and we get together, they run when they realize it wasn't a joke.


Damn... That sounds harsh. I can't say much about those people, but if they can't deal with a depression I can't really blame them unless they said they could. It's at least good that you still have the guts to give them a chance It's true that a lot of people wouldn't want a person with depression since they might say that it's "to much work". Just don't give up on all of us yet. Some of us are quite decent people and would want to be there for or loved ones when they are hurting.
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Posted 9/3/16 , edited 9/3/16

Xaxzxano wrote:

Damn... That sounds harsh. I can't say much about those people, but if they can't deal with a depression I can't really blame them unless they said they could. It's at least good that you still have the guts to give them a chance It's true that a lot of people wouldn't want a person with depression since they might say that it's "to much work". Just don't give up on all of us yet. Some of us are quite decent people and would want to be there for or loved ones when they are hurting.


Better yet stick two depressed people together.

Ironically....that seems to become a relationship where both people support eachother and work there way out of depression its kind of neat and funny to watch when it works.
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Ryulightorb wrote:

Better yet stick two depressed people together.

Ironically....that seems to become a relationship where both people support eachother and work there way out of depression its kind of neat and funny to watch when it works.


There's no denying that it can work. Since they worked so hard for it they are more likely to stay in it as well. It might actually just do the trick, but it might be too serious for 2 younger people to go through. I don't know though. Your idea might work better than anything else they can do. I just know that I wouldn't dump a person just because of a depression. I don't know how you would go about getting 2 depressed people paired up though :)
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Mighty lonesome.


Be my heichou!


I kind of thought I'd already been claimed. I didn't think I'd actually get a say in the matter...
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Spireite wrote:


Axerilis wrote:


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Mighty lonesome.


Be my heichou!


I kind of thought I'd already been claimed. I didn't think I'd actually get a say in the matter...


Sorry what.
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Axerilis wrote:


Spireite wrote:


Axerilis wrote:


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Mighty lonesome.


Be my heichou!


I kind of thought I'd already been claimed. I didn't think I'd actually get a say in the matter...


Sorry what.


Look, if you say be my heichou I can hardly say no, can I? You've told me time and time again to not argue with the Don.
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Alone in my mind is much more respectable than promising emotions that neither one of us could even comprehend, let alone the follies of what will bring with it when things never seem to work out.

To even consider a relationship one must ask themselves, why? It isn't simply because we want it, because we feel alone, it is because we want to understand it, and the only way to do so is to look into a mirror every single day of your life until the image staring back at you makes you smile.

Maybe we need to start with ourselves instead of having someone carry your own weight every time you feel lonely, wouldn't you be stronger if you didn't need to rely on someone, but to trust someone to be there.

But what do I know



I have to say bro, since you're asking, probably not much if that's the implication you're making about a relationship.


So I guess relying on someone instead of trusting them makes a successful relationship, right? which is why most people break apart.


I'm honestly not sure what you're trying to say or prove with that one. Yeah trust and reliance are parts of a relationship, not the whole package but some parts of it for sure. What's wrong with that?

So far all you've said is coming off like the ramblings of someone who's too...what's a good phrase for it, speaking in some pseudo "deep understanding of the human condition"
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Spireite wrote:

Look, if you say be my heichou I can hardly say no, can I? You've told me time and time again to not argue with the Don.


Ohhh lmao sorry sorry. Hmm fair enough I guess.
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