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#4256926 25/7 thread

Posted Breadstick on 08 November 2014 - 07:32 AM

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#4254322 25/7 thread

Posted FTRouslan on 06 November 2014 - 07:23 AM

got the college interview this Saturday, wish me luck

also managed to do 40 pushups in a row, which is a lot from about 10 a month ago lol, gonna seriously bulk up soon

#4252246 Hottest Guy Thread

Posted Reedztv on 04 November 2014 - 03:52 AM

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#4252252 Hottest Guy Thread

Posted Nameswapro on 04 November 2014 - 04:03 AM

fool the system

#4252300 "Hottest" Thread Deletion

Posted Braindance on 04 November 2014 - 05:17 AM

Yeah Google policies - same ones that show don't allow mutilations and porn to be displayed on the internet.

Oh wait

#4250737 Logged into my Rogue on BleedingHollow today like..

Posted RyDollaSign on 02 November 2014 - 06:14 PM

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#4243981 WOD, who is playing?

Posted Zaephyr on 26 October 2014 - 11:31 PM

flying mounts killed WoW bring back vanilla

#4243387 WOD, who is playing?

Posted Ayrasaurus on 26 October 2014 - 08:49 AM

I'll be playing but i really don't think i should be as the game sucks and it's such a huge waste of time.

MMOs are the worst. Playing mobas or other casual games are pretty bless, but MMOs suck so much of you day away if you want to do anything fun/productive in them.

#4238110 kelustu's relationship with AJOT

Posted sentou on 20 October 2014 - 10:04 PM

I couldn't help myself so here's a little ''noshitsherlock'' dose for my favorite forum and it's posters which arose from my thoughts in form of remarks by reading this topic:

The idea behind the topic wasn't put as bluntly obvious as the sarcasm usage in it.
Humor goes a long way, but on its way it also crosses the line of ridicule.
When someone is feeling down, angry or ''semantics'' it is pretty simple and easy to get on that persons wrong side. Hell, the person might even do the favor for you.


P.S. This comes from a veteran lurker. Peace.

#4237849 a friend

Posted Ayrasaurus on 20 October 2014 - 07:35 PM

fades kinda deep on the sides though lads

might grow the hair out a little what you think?

still fresh though

#4237804 a friend

Posted Ayrasaurus on 20 October 2014 - 07:24 PM

View PostZaephyr, on 20 October 2014 - 07:17 PM, said:

I got a few asians m8 wanna share?




#4237786 a friend

Posted Ayrasaurus on 20 October 2014 - 07:15 PM

View PostZaephyr, on 20 October 2014 - 06:59 PM, said:

Tinders just a bit too eZ
>installed tinder this morning because bored
>tfw only 7/10 white women want the bbc
>tfw yet to see a Asian cutie on it ;___;

ffs god I'd even settle for a south american or greek chick

literally no foreign chicks

s a d b o y s

#4235323 i don't know how to feel right now

Posted Capstone on 17 October 2014 - 06:21 PM

View PostNisslol, on 16 October 2014 - 05:55 PM, said:

pls be in london

#4235206 a friend

Posted Clamnesia on 17 October 2014 - 03:01 PM

View PostEnvenom., on 17 October 2014 - 02:53 PM, said:

thanks that's exactly what i was looking for, didn't really know how to approach this and felt bad about treating him differently so i just acted like he didn't mention it

Np man.. Yeah if hes talking about, its definitely not good to act as though it never happened..T alk about it with him..(Always let HIM being it up though, you bringing it up to him can trigger it) Whether hes drunk or not, if hes talking to you about the situation, he has a reason.. If you ignore the conversation, he could withdraw and it could get worse if he feels like people that he thinks are close to him dont care about him or the topic.

Basically one of the big things to keep in mind is that you always want to try to be positive and LIFT his spirits.. Do not bring negativity around him and dont let others do it either. If hes not medicated well, you have to remember he could potentially have something telling him that hes worthless and he should kill himself. If he fails to disregard that as something that is not actually happening and starts to believe what the "voices" are telling him, it could have very severe consequences.

As i said before, im not a professional. The advice i have given you is the same advice i was given by doctors when i went to appointments with my friend.

Edit: Also, i forgot to mention, if your opinion is ever asked about something sketchy and you KNOW its not real. Assure him that the topic isnt real, but end the converstaion about that topic THERE. DO NOT GO INTO DETAIL ABOUT IT EVER! Specific details are where Schiz patients get confused and cant handle reality and false happening. So like, if he's ever like, "Bro, today, george bush hit me up and told me to assassinate Elmo." Youre response is "Jack,  thats not legit. It didnt happen." and then be done with it. Never ask for details or go into any alternate endings or alternate details about the episode.

#4235212 a friend

Posted Esiwdeer on 17 October 2014 - 03:10 PM

You don't have "episodes" of schizophrenia. Moreover, it's unlikely that your friend's schizophrenia is severe if he isn't heavily medicated. It's also extremely common to misdiagnose schizophrenia, contrary to what the other poster said. If your friend has any issues with substance abuse, has an unstable work history or if he lives "like married" with someone he is not married to, he's much more likely to be diagnosed as schizophrenic as a young adult male. You can test this yourself by changing your interpreted age on the MMPI. He could have anything else, he could have nothing, he could just be an asshole, he could be lying.

I doubt your friend has the type of schizophrenia you're thinking about and making a big deal about. "Bringing it up to others when I feel like he doesn't have to." - like those girls in high school who went around exaggerating medical stories so people would talk about them. Let alone that you're getting your schizophrenic friend drunk, you should consider the seriousness behind a claim like that. It isn't hard to say one is experiencing the DSM III criterion for schizophrenia. It's subjective, and some people really do just make that decision. They want to have something special about them, something unique. To certain people, madness is an attribute.


In 2012 I was messing around and I got to go through a bunch of case files for pre-adolescents. Probably not ethical, but it was very interesting. You'd be so surprised how many kids come from terrible situations like, both parents murdered, entire family dead, people they immigrated with drowned while they watched. Orphans, who have nothing. Not even citizens. They get sent to foster care, and then adopted to get sexually abused and physically abused, then returned to foster care.

Then they get diagnosed with schizophrenia. What are the odds, do you think? If your friend is well enough to get drunk and socialize, I don't think he has schizophrenia. If he's really your friend, maybe you should be honest with him and tell him what you think.

Sunlight is the best disinfectant, after all. In my lay opinion, I'd wager your friend most likely has a personality disorder or perhaps he is simply depressed.