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  1. And the propaganda machine claims yet another victim . . . I don't see how killing people makes you a man. If anything it makes you less of one. If you really want to do "something useful," work towards a non-violent solution towards your nations troubles. Don't contribute towards the cycle of violence.
  2. Valentine's day does suck. It's been commercialized to the point that whatever meaning it once had has been completely lost.
  3. I don't care how much I like a girl. Nothing she could say would ever convince me to take a sharp object anywhere near big Jim . . .
  4. The happy me was swallowed up by the huge hole in the Ozone layer, beaten to death by a C average president, and blinded by t-shirts that have "Who Needs Brains When I Have These" written accross the breasts. Joking, of course. If your looking for friends, join a club. A lot of people who have similar interests all gathered in one place. You should find some people to hang out with.
  5. Your letter was great. Most letters like that come off as corny or forced. Yours . . . That was from the heart. And the fact that a guy can see that speaks volumes. Her response, on the other hand . . . I think a cat with it's paws cut off could have written a better one. She doesn't like you nearly as much as you like her. If I were you, I'd end it. Seriously, you've been dating for four-and-a-half months and she's already asking you about marriage? She's either overly clingy or a manipulative . Neither are qualities I'd want in a wife.
  6. Why is everyone in a relationship so freaking paranoid! It's exactly as she said, she doesn't want you to drive thirty miles through the snow. There's no ulterior motive to that statement. She doesn't want you to get into an accident.
  7. The poem's not bad, it just lacks, flow. You've got something, but you need to work on your choice of words. When you finish a poem, read it out loud to yourself. When you walk into a club, could you imagine someone giving a reading of this? 7/10. Solid, it just lacks flow.
  8. Okay, I have a very good friend, we've been hanging out for a while. But when we first started hanging out, everyone would tell me "You should totally ask her out (and other, more idiotic and more vulgar re-phrasings of this)." After a while, people finally realized that we had no romantic interest in each other, and stopped "encouraging" me. But recently, she's (quite obviously) began to make moves to try to get closer. But it's fairly ambiguous, nothing would lead me to believe she's suddenly developed romantic inclinations towards me. Around the same time, people started up the, "You two should date" crap again, which bugged me, I thought people were past that. Then something weird happened, one of my friend's was talking to one of her friend's about my romantic life, or lack-thereof (why, I don't know). Then her friend said to him, "Would he say yes if *she* asked him out." He then called me up and told me what she said. And that's my problem. Should I take all this at all seriously, or just chalk it up to people being idiots (that happens a lot, I am in high school)? I really value my friendship with her, and wouldn't want to jeopardize it by asking her out.
  9. And, as I stated earlier, other studies have shown thats it's comparable to OCD. Conflicting studies. You chose to believe the study that supports your optimist attitude, and I chose the one that better feeds my nihilism. Of course, I think you're completely wrong. Most of the studies that I've seen that support romantic love and intimacy base their findings on "yeah, he says that he's happier . . ." I'd like some links to these, studies. So there. And before you say it, link removed, should be quite a few studies there supporting my view, but, who knows?
  10. The feeling of "love" is almost always caused by having too-little serotonin. Sure, there are those times when two people actually like each other, but most of the time it's just, at a basic level, OCD focused on a person. No one ever said it was a serious mental illness.
  11. If these things are the only problems you have with the world, then you've got a lot to learn. People have been obsessed with sex since the beginning of time. It's an evolutionary urge, to spread you seeds, start the next generation. Nothing you can do about that. I'd recommend taking some Sociology courses, might help you better understand why people act the way they do.
  12. A link would be nice . . . But yeah, it is. A chemical imbalance, I believe. EDIT: Found the article: link removed Interesting read. And lizziebee, you have to put link removed at the end of web addresses to turn them into hyperlinks.
  13. It's food. They're pathetic if they pass judgement on you based on what you're eating. Probably tasted better than whatever they had . . .
  14. We just love to give people these little acronyms, don't we? Makes people easier to deal with with, helps us to think about them a little less. OCD, ADD, ADHD . . . Fact is ADHD is one of the most mis-diagnosed symptoms in the world. Ever think that your kid just might have a little more energy than most? If its not affecting his life, why should it matter? If you insist on medicating him, just don't give him ritilan.
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