I have just paid for 1st term rent on an en suite room (alone) , however the flat i will share with 3 others
The university has a fb page so I can see who i will be living in close proximity with, I checked on it to see if i could find my roomies and for my flat only one person posted, the other 2 were MIA, whereas every other flat had the whole group meeting up on FB for the 1st time
so i will arrive not knowing 2 of the people who ill pretty much be living with for the year
i'm basically a kissless virgin, never been to a party in my life, socially inept omega with no charm, my hobbies include sitting on the PC or lifting
I really don't want this to be highschool again, I jsut hope i dont fuck up my 1st time meeting my flatmates
anyone have tips, I dont intend to stay in the room much as ill probably go to a local gym as much as possible + work as ive applied to numerous entry level placements for students in the area
I know everyone will be scared/nervous but for me it's just a whole nother level because Im pretty much an awkward mess at all times
idk how they'll make a plot outta 50 shades of grey, since the whole book was just a lady-jibble-yerself book. Rich guy shows up, whisks her away, fucks her senseless. There's no conflict or anything, its just one big fat american lady's sexual daydream
seriously, this is the fat pig responsible for those books and millions of dollars FUCK
Americans Under Threat as Conflict in Israel Brutally Spills out onto their Facebook Newsfeeds
Americans are finding that the Israeli-Palestinian hits too close to home. Experiencing inhuman struggle, many American’s Facebook homepages are under siege.
One local man shared his trouble:
"I’m scared to log in anymore. Its just covered in thought-pieces and activism and I don’t know which side to support. The pictures of rubble are so unsettling, I think I might need counseling."
As the conflicting forces ramp up their engagement, more Americans are being caught in the crossfire of made up statistics and slanted opinion pieces declaring the conflict, ‘definitely that other guy’s fault.’
"I log in, to you know maybe check people’s birthdays, write a status, go through your vacation photos, and I’m confronted with appalling acts of reporting, and I can’t look away."
For some, the pain is too much.
"I deactivated my Facebook because of how threatened I felt, but I am still enduring massive amounts of trauma. The other day my wife asked me to ‘guess what’s new’ and I exploded into tears and crumpled to the floor, sucking my thumb, worried that she’d update me on how many Gaza residents were killed by a human right’s violation. It’s just too much."
Many Americans are now questioning why President Obama has let this go so far.
"Its about time he did something about this. He needs to take steps forward that will help solve this monumental problem. He needs to block those articles, website, or even ban people outright. I don’t care. I don’t give a damn anymore, but just do something.”
Actual residents in Gaza could not be reached for comment at this time as their wifi isn’t strong enough to reach their makeshift cellar-turned-bomb-shelters.
My friend X saw the picture of her and said I definitely have a type, I'm a sucker for girls like that and I can't really deny it lol so if that means I'm going after Anne Frank's granddaughters then I guess respect to Anne Frank lol
btw I saw your post was edited, I can edit my quoted text if you don't want it up there
Until recently online video games were something you did not watched, it's sad to me that rather than the majority of passive people becoming more active due to gaming the influx of passive people into gaming is making it another cultural dead-end, where 99% of the gaming population are disempowered and unimportant. It's pro sports all over again, and if you wanna see where competitive video game culture is going ask the average football fan to go outside and kick a ball with you, they'll look at you like you're speaking Mandarin.