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EmmaR 10-08-2014 11:09 PM

I need volleyball season to be over so I can move on with my life and audition for the musical and just have a lot of fun.

Ember 10-09-2014 11:05 PM

So I wrote a personal narrative for english about some time where I had a ton of self-image issues and struggled with undereating and we had to have peers edit it so my friend and I traded which really stressed me out because no one really knew about it and Idk I just didn't really want anyone to know but anyways she read it and at the end she wrote "I didn't know we had so much in common" and now I'm worried that she went through the same thing? Like, should we talk about it? But I really don't want to... we aren't super close and have never really had any feelings or ever confided in each other. I kind of wondered if she was having problems at the time but she's such a sweet person and she's super skinny too and beautiful so it makes me sad to ever think of her being in that position. But maybe she was talking about some other stuff I talked about in there idk.

maxi 10-10-2014 03:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mysterygirl (Post 560514)
Guess what? I just got dumped with fruit juice. At a club I was hanging out with friends and my frienemy, Zach. I danced a bit and he mimicked me (teased). I meant to give him a small nudge in the stomach saying 'please stop'. He held a cup of fruit juice that spilled on him by accident. I quickly said sorry but he thought i did it on purpose (which wasn't true). So he poured the rest of the content on me :(
I said I was sorry but he hasn't said sorry :/
Now what?!

Now you tell him what you feel, and don't be afraid to tell him. Tell him how you feel, and don't make any lies--be brutally honest and show him that what he did was rude, and what you did was by accident. If he says that he think you did it on purpose, well, he can think what he can think but you know the truth 'cause, well, you know what happened.


Done and dusted.

maxi 10-10-2014 03:42 AM

I hate you.
I hate you.
Oh sorry, I forgot about you, sorry, yeah I hate you too.





PEOPLE ARE MAKING FUN OF ME BECAUSE I LOVE TWILIGHT.


Um excuseeee me for liking something? You like teasing people? great good whatever well i like twilight i love the romance the action the story
the plot is umph

i love it




and you? i'm not gay just because i like ellen and twilight


my
freaking
gosh

mysterygirl 10-10-2014 04:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maxi (Post 560587)
Now you tell him what you feel, and don't be afraid to tell him. Tell him how you feel, and don't make any lies--be brutally honest and show him that what he did was rude, and what you did was by accident. If he says that he think you did it on purpose, well, he can think what he can think but you know the truth 'cause, well, you know what happened.


Done and dusted.

Ok. I might try that. Thanks :)

Frostblaze 10-10-2014 04:40 PM

ERMAHFREAKINGGERD
I'VE GOT THIS FREAKING ADWARE ON MY COMPUTER.
What do I do?!!!!! :(:(:(:(

Cherrybomb 10-10-2014 05:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frostblaze (Post 560598)
ERMAHFREAKINGGERD
I'VE GOT THIS FREAKING ADWARE ON MY COMPUTER.
What do I do?!!!!! :(:(:(:(

oh that sucks D: do you know what its called? try googling how to remove it. (i had the conduit one a while ago and my brother got astromeda i think)

TheAshWolf 10-10-2014 06:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frostblaze (Post 560598)
ERMAHFREAKINGGERD
I'VE GOT THIS FREAKING ADWARE ON MY COMPUTER.
What do I do?!!!!! :(:(:(:(

I suggest downloading Malwarebytes from CNET.com . You can get the free version. It's what I use, at least. It scans and gets rid of the toughest malware/adware/etc. It doesn't protect you from it, though; it just removes the stuff after you get it. You can either scan your whole system with it or just do a quick scan to find active stuff. (I suggest using the Threat Scan, which takes longer but does scan your whole computer system so it doesn't miss anything.) I obviously can't guarantee anything, since I'm not a computer person, but, it's what I've used, and it's always worked well for me. <:^D
here: http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebyte...-10804572.html

Frostblaze 10-10-2014 08:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 560601)
I suggest downloading Malwarebytes from CNET.com . You can get the free version. It's what I use, at least. It scans and gets rid of the toughest malware/adware/etc. It doesn't protect you from it, though; it just removes the stuff after you get it. You can either scan your whole system with it or just do a quick scan to find active stuff. (I suggest using the Threat Scan, which takes longer but does scan your whole computer system so it doesn't miss anything.) I obviously can't guarantee anything, since I'm not a computer person, but, it's what I've used, and it's always worked well for me. <:^D
here: http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebyte...-10804572.html

I'm scared of downloading things, because that's pretty much what got me all this shit in the first place.

Elizabeth 10-10-2014 08:47 PM

My mom had to take one of our pets-a sweet bunny-to the vet. He was too far gone, they had to put him to sleep.
My sister is really worked up, he was one of her special pets and she's had him for years.
This is the hardest pet for her to lose; she's lost quite a few pets, but I've never seen her like this before.
Maybe because most of the others died on their own. I liked him, so I'm worked up.
My sister keeps bursting into tears. I wish I knew how to comfort her.


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