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kgs221 03-10-2012 01:47 PM

I don't get it.. I really don't get it... Paca is an animal agency in our state

Friend: Hey we should volunteer at a animal shelter just not paca and we should do it together im soo bored mom signed me up to do 2 hrs at the library

Me: The animal shelter wont let us do it until we're 18 either

Friend: NO **** REALLY???

Me: uh.. u were the one that said we should volunteer at the animal shelter.. I'd be willing to do the library

Friend: Mom says she'll take us to food bank

Me: Okay when?

Friend: i don't know

Me: Uh can you find out



Did she really have to cuss?? We already knew animal shelter wouldn't let us volunteer!

BlueMi 03-10-2012 02:46 PM

Frustrated, isolated, ALONE D:
 
DO I NOT EXIST!? CAN YOU NOT SEE OR HEAR ME!?

I NEED YOU. LISTEN TO ME.

Don't make me cry... D:

BlueMi 03-10-2012 02:47 PM

Desperate
 
Someone help me. I need a hand to hold. I keep checking the window... waiting for you. I NEED YOU TO SAVE ME BEFORE I HURT MYSELF.

Please.

AlgebraAddict 03-10-2012 03:00 PM

*gives Bluemi two hands*

nngo 03-10-2012 03:06 PM

*passes out everyone plastic gloves and a teddy bear*

rebecca 03-10-2012 04:57 PM

I'm annoyed by the patheticness of people. WHY DO THEY ALL USE DOUBLE, OR EVEN TRIPLE NEGATIVES? WHY DO THEY SAY 'were' WHEN SOMETHING ISN'T/WASN'T EVEN PLURAL? WHY CAN'T PEOPLE TALK FOR A MINUTE WITHOUT SAYING 'lol' OR SOME OTHER SLANG? Why can't people use grammar?

rebecca 03-10-2012 05:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 258521)
I'm probably an aspie. I'm too emotional, I can't look people in the eye, and I'm way too shy around strangers.
I can't make small talk either, and when I say something I think is funny no one gets it. :(
Also I hate my dad. He's a jerk without a hobby, unless you count criticizing everyone and being a hypocrite as a hobby.

I say things I think are funny all the time, then people look at me like I'm an idiot.

But at least my dad, though he's got a strange sense of humour, at least he's nice.

And slightly scary if you don't know him.

Sandy 03-10-2012 07:05 PM

Scared
 
The world looks different since I've been fighting with an eating disorder and an anxiety disorder. They're undiagnosed because I haven't been to a M.D. since I was six, but really, it's hard to be blind to them. I've been crying and fighting against food, not really sure why, and now my parents have noticed and they're doing all that they can to make my relationship with food healthy... After hearing me hit my fists against the wall of my room and walking in and seeing the lamp ripped out of its place and the books scattered across the floor, my mom has forbidden me to stay home and threatened to get me with a doctor, the third time she's threatened and not done it... my dad has offered antidepressants to me twice, but she's always stepped in and said no. I personally don't want them, but my anger management is not what it used to be and is quickly going down the toilet.
But what really troubled me was when I laid down again... I could have sworn that my dad's hand was pressing against my ribs, even though he was CLEARLY not in the room and would never do that anyways... but it was like the hand was trying to force me into the bed, so I tried to shake it off... and then I heard little girls, about four years old, LAUGHING in my head. And... I was confused at first, not really alarmed as much as I was annoyed because they were laughing at ME... They laughed for a couple of seconds, and then they said some things to me, and a man came in their little trio and said some things to me too, but now I can't remember what they are, apart from how one girl said quite clearly "dangerous times." Now the troubling part is that these were NOT MY THOUGHTS, and made absolutely no sense out of context... but they were clear, like I was hearing them with my ears, but it came from inside MY HEAD. I don't know how I should interpret these... dismiss them? I don't want medication, but if those are really the cure... I don't know. I never liked the idea of taking medication that would make you slow down and get fat and feel numb, but... :^I
Right after I thought I saw a huge brown hell-dog watching me in the neighbour's yard, but I went back and I couldn't find it... there was just a railing and it didn't seem like something I could have mistaken for a dog...

This wouldn't be the first time that I've heard voices... I remember when my dog escaped from our backyard (little silly that she is... -___-) and this voice, totally separate from my scattered thoughts as I stood outside, swooped in and said in a very calm, air-like tone, "Don't panic. She's right there." And then my mom found her in a yard down the laneway... <_<

nngo 03-10-2012 08:43 PM

I do believe its delusions or alter-egos... I did a lot of research on that for one of my stories, but I'm really not sure. It could be because of stress that you're hearing those voices, though it's kind of unlikely. As for the eating problem.. try to get better, please? ;)

AlgebraAddict 03-10-2012 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rebecca (Post 258761)
I say things I think are funny all the time, then people look at me like I'm an idiot.

But at least my dad, though he's got a strange sense of humour, at least he's nice.

And slightly scary if you don't know him.

I know what you mean... my dad is kind of the same way. He's all serious, and tall, and kind of imposing, and whenever I invite someone to our house they kind of shrink away, and then he suddenly cracks a weird joke and they're all... "Uh..."

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sandy (Post 258814)
The world looks different since I've been fighting with an eating disorder and an anxiety disorder. They're undiagnosed because I haven't been to a M.D. since I was six, but really, it's hard to be blind to them. I've been crying and fighting against food, not really sure why, and now my parents have noticed and they're doing all that they can to make my relationship with food healthy... After hearing me hit my fists against the wall of my room and walking in and seeing the lamp ripped out of its place and the books scattered across the floor, my mom has forbidden me to stay home and threatened to get me with a doctor, the third time she's threatened and not done it... my dad has offered antidepressants to me twice, but she's always stepped in and said no. I personally don't want them, but my anger management is not what it used to be and is quickly going down the toilet.
But what really troubled me was when I laid down again... I could have sworn that my dad's hand was pressing against my ribs, even though he was CLEARLY not in the room and would never do that anyways... but it was like the hand was trying to force me into the bed, so I tried to shake it off... and then I heard little girls, about four years old, LAUGHING in my head. And... I was confused at first, not really alarmed as much as I was annoyed because they were laughing at ME... They laughed for a couple of seconds, and then they said some things to me, and a man came in their little trio and said some things to me too, but now I can't remember what they are, apart from how one girl said quite clearly "dangerous times." Now the troubling part is that these were NOT MY THOUGHTS, and made absolutely no sense out of context... but they were clear, like I was hearing them with my ears, but it came from inside MY HEAD. I don't know how I should interpret these... dismiss them? I don't want medication, but if those are really the cure... I don't know. I never liked the idea of taking medication that would make you slow down and get fat and feel numb, but... :^I
Right after I thought I saw a huge brown hell-dog watching me in the neighbour's yard, but I went back and I couldn't find it... there was just a railing and it didn't seem like something I could have mistaken for a dog...

This wouldn't be the first time that I've heard voices... I remember when my dog escaped from our backyard (little silly that she is... -___-) and this voice, totally separate from my scattered thoughts as I stood outside, swooped in and said in a very calm, air-like tone, "Don't panic. She's right there." And then my mom found her in a yard down the laneway... <_<



Wow... why haven't you been to see a doctor?


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