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  1. I find it VERY pathetic when people base their life or their attitude off the size of their wanger.
  2. I am pretty much the same way ren. It's weird how trying to please others, doing something that makes you feel good, eventually hinders you. It's like looking after yourself or stating what you want in certain situations feels selfish to you, or like it would embarrass you. Well, at least that is how it is for me. I have tried very, very hard to reverse this but it is something that is always there for me. My default. Something I am so used to doing that I don't even think about it anymore. Althouth, it has improved a small amount with age. I thought I was a rarity, perhaps I am not as unique as I thought
  3. I tend to think that if one has thoughts of person b while in a relationship with person a, the relationship must be lacking somewhere. Or that person does not have full respect for their current partner. If I was your boyfriend I would want to know of these feelings, so I could leave you be, and let you figure it out on your own. I do not want to *even possibly* be a back up.
  4. Yep, I think that taking your time to just enjoy where you are at that moment totally makes the whole experience a better one. Its especially good with the right person. Ah man, makes me miss having someone around. I could never understand the people who only want the quick sessions, all the time. Sure its nice to sometimes just throw things off the nearest platform and go at it, thats fun too. But not every time. Boring to me.
  5. Haha. I was going to ask the same question earlier, glad someone else did. I wouldn't worry bout him, who cares what he knows or thinks? But, I may entertain thoughts of laying off the syrup for the time being. Unless of course this particular incident is not isolated and does not bother you, aside from the ex knowing.
  6. Ha ha. Thats what I think of when I hear the word "affirmations". Funny you said something, I was going to mention it myself. Especially like the line: "And dog-on-it, people like me." That segment was hilarious.
  7. Or leave you with that night on your mind, making you want more than usual. For me, it would definitely make me want more.
  8. Why play games? Its a relationship. Tell him you will drive there tonight, if he will drive to you this weekend.
  9. My ex said she could feel it inside her. And unprotected is definitely much, MUCH better. As long as you don't have to worry about anything later on. That part sucks.
  10. Also notice that the OP said he has *tried* being the "nice guy", the "romantic", the "bad boy" etc... IMO, that is a reason right there that sustaining a relationship is difficult. How can someone fall in love, and stay in love, with someone who is acting? I think it is easier to develop a deeper, truer connection with someone if they fall in love with you, for being who you are and not who they want you to be. I admit, I did this too. It caused me a lot of pain down the road, as now I have a son from that girl and we ended up in a bad break up. That is truly a very hard situation to stomach, and one I could have avoided altogether if I had been myself. Either she would have left because I was not what she wanted, or she would have been in love with ME, and not a fictitious (sp?) me.
  11. Ha. I have no idea where it came from. I just found it funny so I suggested he go ahead with it. Good analogy though, Ash. I agree.
  12. Definitely super glue a GI Joe figure to the end of it.
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