• Gay Chat V11 - Were you expecting something funny?
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Teto, nothing is wrong with going to the gym and not getting muscled up. If it makes you feel better and healthier regardless of any aesthetic or strength changes then you're still doing it right. You're already beating the majority, who are still sitting on their asses, by just going to the gym. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=gerbe1;43648885]I meant more in my experience talking to people from this thread on steam and stuff. I wouldn't count the friendly as an endorsement though. What if they were merely offering sympathy for your buff man affliction?[/QUOTE] Ah alright. 7 then.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43648995]I'm ok for the time being. I'm deciding whether my mind is fixed or if I need more help. Looking at what I can do with my life that would have more prospects than going to university. Doing public speaking still to maintain confidence and help fill time. Working out as well. I feel like I'm working towards a big life turnaround because it's what I want and some of the biggest changes in how I think, feel and what I do have happened in the last few months.[/QUOTE] We're spirit friends I think. I feel kind of the same way recently too, though my problems are a lot different to yours. Always thought about public speaking as a hobby as well, though I don't know what I'd do for that. Sometimes I have enough trouble asking someone about jobs. I mostly have trouble interacting in situations where my presence is not registered or expected. Stuff like classes I'm a part of, I'm happy to offer questions and answers, and talk seriously (superficially, emotionally-detached). I'm not quite sure where the divide is between situations where I'm comfortable talking and those where I'm not. If only I knew where the distinction was, I might have a better idea about fixing it. On the university thing, I dunno what to tell you. Apart from apprenticeships, where it's basically university but your fees are covered and you get payed for studying, usually with a job on the end of it as well. Apprenticeships are what I've been considering, and I think, if I like the idea of engineering, I might go into that and start applying for apprenticeships come the end of the year. University didn't work out for me for a variety of reasons, most of which I feel are just social and emotional issues that I need to sort out, and I can do that this year. What is it you're interested in and you're thinking you might go into? Also how old are you again? Like, near the end of High School or early 20s or what.
[QUOTE=Teto;43649071]We're spirit friends I think. I feel kind of the same way recently too, though my problems are a lot different to yours. Always thought about public speaking as a hobby as well, though I don't know what I'd do for that. Sometimes I have enough trouble asking someone about jobs. I mostly have trouble interacting in situations where my presence is not registered or expected. Stuff like classes I'm a part of, I'm happy to offer questions and answers, and talk seriously (superficially, emotionally-detached). I'm not quite sure where the divide is between situations where I'm comfortable talking and those where I'm not. If only I knew where the distinction was, I might have a better idea about fixing it. On the university thing, I dunno what to tell you. Apart from apprenticeships, where it's basically university but your fees are covered and you get payed for studying, usually with a job on the end of it as well. Apprenticeships are what I've been considering, and I think, if I like the idea of engineering, I might go into that and start applying for apprenticeships come the end of the year. University didn't work out for me for a variety of reasons, most of which I feel are just social and emotional issues that I need to sort out, and I can do that this year. What is it you're interested in and you're thinking you might go into? Also how old are you again? Like, near the end of High School or early 20s or what.[/QUOTE] Just turned 22. The speaking thing is for a large society and I'm normally talking about photography. I was considering looking either for work outside of the city in the mountains and forests (peaceful) or find an apprenticeship in something aviationy. About that engineering apprenticeship you mentioned, I thought engineering was something you had to study for years at university to do because of all that math.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43649163]Just turned 22. The speaking thing is for a large society and I'm normally talking about photography. I was considering looking either for work outside of the city in the mountains and forests (peaceful) or find an apprenticeship in something aviationy. About that engineering apprenticeship you mentioned, I thought engineering was something you had to study for years at university to do because of all that math.[/QUOTE] Part of your apprenticeship [I]is [/I]university, but the company you're doing the apprenticeship for pays your fees, as well as paying you £9000, while you're also doing on the job work and training at the same time. At least for the one I was shown as an example. There's a lot to do with apprenticeships where I'm from, and I hear a lot about them. People seem to enjoy them. It's good if the part of university you're concerned about is the money. I'm still not sure if university wasn't for me because of what university is like, or because I didn't maintain a good quality of life elsewhere, and so ended up depressed. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] edit: £9000 annually
[QUOTE=DovahBears;43646774]Is this an all male thread?[/QUOTE] im the only straight girl here that matters fuck yall
Mind that my knowledge of engineering apprenticeships isn't very broad, so there could be a lot of different types. There could be those that don't require university, but I wouldn't know about that.
[QUOTE=Teto;43649228]Part of your apprenticeship [I]is [/I]university, but the company you're doing the apprenticeship for pays your fees, as well as paying you £9000, while you're also doing on the job work and training at the same time. At least for the one I was shown as an example. There's a lot to do with apprenticeships where I'm from, and I hear a lot about them. People seem to enjoy them. It's good if the part of university you're concerned about is the money. I'm still not sure if university wasn't for me because of what university is like, or because I didn't maintain a good quality of life elsewhere, and so ended up depressed. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] edit: £9000 annually[/QUOTE] Sounds good. I hope you have a good life. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=Teto;43649249]Mind that my knowledge of engineering apprenticeships isn't very broad, so there could be a lot of different types. There could be those that don't require university, but I wouldn't know about that.[/QUOTE] Yeah don't rush big decisions. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] I'm still really tempted to join the air force.
[B][U]Watch out guys, incoming family cat history, feel free to scroll on by![/U][/B] The first two cats I'm aware we had we're taken in before I was born. Their names were Sly and Mort. All I know is that both of them had the same fate: They left the house one day and didn't come back. God knows where they ended up. Hopefully someone found them and took them in but the odds are they're long gone. The third, who we got after the disappearance of Sly and Mort, was Dweezil. He lived long and had stuff to show for it. A small piece of his right ear was missing and his right eye sustained damage, both from two seperate fights. Regardless, he survived for like 16 years or so and passed away peacefully in about 2010-2011. Here's the grand old man in 2008, chilling in our old houses garden. [t]http://i.imgur.com/LKtnjac.jpg[/t] Then in about 2003 we adopted little Oscar. A jet black beauty of a kitten, me and Oscar appeared to bond the day we got him. Me and him did basically everything in the house together, we were almost inseperable. Sadly however, you can't have anything adorably good without it getting tragic - later that year Oscar developed a sickness. We took him to the vets, and it turned out he had Leukemia. Despite the best efforts of the vets, poor little Oscar lost the battle. He passed a few weeks after diagnosis, which smashed my 7 year old heart to pieces. (For added info: The day he died was such a heartbreaker. The morning I went to school on the day he died, I said goodbye to him, that I'd see him again after School that day. I got home and well... I didn't see Oscar again after that morning.) Despite that sadness, he was a small and adorable little bugger (The hamster in the cage was called Nibbles, who the cats never seemed to pay any mind to). [t]http://i.imgur.com/ljTDWF0.jpg[/t][t]http://i.imgur.com/i0m4XCU.jpg[/t] Last but not least, in about 2005, we got Phoebe. I think my mum found her injured down by the riverside near here. My mum naturally took her to the vets where they patched her up, and I guess we were given ownership of her. She was absolutely minituare when we got her as you can see below. She eventually grew to be quite big. She loved annoying Dweezil. And then being friendly with Dweezil. Then annoying him again. [t]http://i.imgur.com/SHnaigM.jpg[/t] And that's that. I'd love to get a cat in the future but right now I have a dog who I'm content with, so that's just that. :v: (sorry if I missed the cat discussion, I spent like 20 minutes writing this up) Edit: god damn it i think i almost started crying remembering Oscar. excuse me I think I have to go and think about him for a while :v: Edit 2: Okay, definitely haven't cried like that in a while. Edit 3: I'm feeling okay now, I'm gonna head off to bed. I'm sure no matter what happens my little buddy is still around here somewhere visiting from time to time.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43648337]When this happens the people usually have mental health issues. I've seen this too with people I know who were depressed or had ADHD or both. They act like it's not a big deal because it's really difficult for them to do anything about it.[/QUOTE] I've been pretty sure for awhile now that he has ADD. But also knowing him, he's so used to having his parents always cleaning up after him and was always just lazy.
The only pet I've ever had was a goldfish :<
[QUOTE=mysteryman;43649462]I've been pretty sure for awhile now that he has ADD. But also knowing him, he's so used to having his parents always cleaning up after him and was always just lazy.[/QUOTE] Def looks like ADHD to me. Btw ADD is an outdated term and ADHD means the same thing, stops people thinking ADD and ADHD are unrelated.
She's not a cat, but I think she'll make do c: [t]http://i.imgur.com/VDgif8V.png[/t] This is my dog, Milley. She was just a puppy when our family got her. She's about 3 years old now, and still is a ball of energy! [t]http://i.imgur.com/ub26RLp.jpg[/t] Not so full of energy right there though, she was playing around outside with me when the photo was taken. And I guess I'll also have to explain why she has three legs. Couple months back she received a terrible blow to her spinal chord around the base of her neck. The injury was from her falling of our car, I still have no idea how it happened. After the accident she lost all motor control of her right leg, and two weeks later had to have it amputated. At the time, she still had most of her staples in, so I decided to stitch together a small shirt to keep her from rubbing against anything too abrasive. I'll have to say, she's one hell of a trooper, and I love her with all my heart.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43649262] [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] I'm still really tempted to join the air force.[/QUOTE] What's stopping you, exactly? Beyond base reluctance of being in the military, I mean.
[QUOTE=Tark;43649781]What's stopping you, exactly? Beyond base reluctance of being in the military, I mean.[/QUOTE] I know I'm physically fine but I don't know if I my mind is ready yet, it's something I'd love to do and I'd do it in a heartbeat if I thought I felt I was mentally normal. It's stuff like whether or not I'd be able to remember or listen to instructions clearly, get to sleep fast enough for the little time I'd have to sleep and not feel like every day is an eternity if doing a monotonous task or waiting around. I'd also have to explain to my parents why I left university after they paid so much, they think I'm really enjoying it. How's the air force stuff going with you?
[QUOTE=Batmoutarde;43649541]The only pet I've ever had was a goldfish :<[/QUOTE] You should get a cat.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43649647]Def looks like ADHD to me. Btw ADD is an outdated term and ADHD means the same thing, stops being thinking ADD and ADHD are unrelated.[/QUOTE] ADD Falls under ADHD -snipwut-
[QUOTE=mysteryman;43649901]ADD Falls under ADHD -snipwut-[/QUOTE] Just noticed a typo in my post. I wanted to say that they just both mean the same thing. If you wanted to get technical, what most people call ADD is called ADHD-Inattentive now. I'm just saying because they're trying to get rid of the term ADD.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43649937]Just noticed a typo in my post. I wanted to say that they just both mean the same thing. If you wanted to get technical, what most people call ADD is called ADHD-Inattentive now. I'm just saying because they're trying to get rid of the term ADD.[/QUOTE] Really wasn't it like, there's two types one was known as add the other adhd but now they just both fall under adhd as an umbrella term? I'm wiki'ing this because now i need to figure this out. [editline]23rd January 2014[/editline] Yeah, it looks like both are still considered different, one is adhd predominately inattentive and adhd predominately hyperactive.
[QUOTE=mysteryman;43649954]Really wasn't it like, there's two types one was known as add the other adhd but now they just both fall under adhd as an umbrella term? I'm wiki'ing this because now i need to figure this out.[/QUOTE] There's ADD, Attention-Deficit Disorder and ADHD, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD is literally ADD but has symptoms of hyperactivity, which is very literal in hyper activity and can give the person who has it random bouts of large amounts of energy, regardless of the situation or body state otherwise. E.G. you can be tired and falling asleep then randomly be awake and ready to play some games, go for a jog, and so on.
I'm quite aware of ADHD, i was formally diagnosed with it through a specialist about 11 months ago but had suspicions for years.
[QUOTE=mysteryman;43649954]Really wasn't it like, there's two types one was known as add the other adhd but now they just both fall under adhd as an umbrella term? I'm wiki'ing this because now i need to figure this out. [editline]23rd January 2014[/editline] Yeah, it looks like both are still considered different, one is adhd predominately inattentive and adhd predominately hyperactive.[/QUOTE] Yeah they just use ADHD as an umbrella term which is what I was saying. [editline]24th January 2014[/editline] [QUOTE=Catscratch;43649980]There's ADD, Attention-Deficit Disorder and ADHD, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD is literally ADD but has symptoms of hyperactivity, which is very literal in hyper activity and can give the person who has it random bouts of large amounts of energy, regardless of the situation or body state otherwise. E.G. you can be tired and falling asleep then randomly be awake and ready to play some games, go for a jog, and so on.[/QUOTE] ADHD is an umbrella term. I wasn't seperating them.
[QUOTE=Roll_Program;43650056]Yeah they just use ADHD as an umbrella term which is what I was saying.[/QUOTE] roight i got you m8
We should all play AMA.
I have ADD, made school a living hell for me, I missed a ton of things due to it.
i was misdiagnosed with ADD and promptly put on drugs as a kid
ADHD-Inattentive/ADD whatever you want to call the non-hyperactive one seems like it's one of those things that's really difficult to diagnose and not confuse with an excuse.
[QUOTE=DovahBears;43650142]We should all play AMA.[/QUOTE] Ask me anything?
[QUOTE=Mysterious;43650531]Ask me anything?[/QUOTE] when was ur first kiss whats it like being a ferret y r u a furry how big is ur dick do you still wet your bed
[QUOTE=Catscratch;43650544]when was ur first kiss whats it like being a ferret y r u a furry how big is ur dick do you still wet your bed[/QUOTE] no
teto is really nice to everyone how does he do it i'd go insane
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