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Psalm23_4

Ammonia Apprentice
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  1. The art of weight losing feels like rocket science for me.

    1. DarthBane93

      Used to be about 320 myself. If you ever need any advice I’m always happy to lend some 🙂 

  2. I wondered what the problem was; I mulled over this thought in the same way I contemplated the pressure in my bladder, as if it were some distant concept instead of an actual issue I needed to worry about. Desperation, as far as I knew, was not a “normal” sensation, hence there must have been a problem since I was feeling that way. The question, then, is what the problem was. It was drizzling outside, but that should not have been a problem, as it was the last lesson on a Thursday afternoon, and after that I would be free. Psychology should not be the problem either; it was not exactly my
  3. Today (10 September) we observe World Suicide Prevention Day, for all who survived it, all who did not, and all who had lost someone to it.

  4. It's annoying when your nose bleeds every so often in this goddamn hot weather

  5. That moment when you got diagnosed with diabetes meaning that extra pills are added to your daily medication for treating mental health issues. Such is life huh.

  6. Clinical anxiety sucks.

    1. PrincessPeeach

      That’s the truth. 

  7. In some sense desperation is like writer's block: you are full of piss/inspiration but are just unable to let it pour out and flow freely.

    1. SeverusSnapeFan

      Yes..sometimes it is like that. But I’ve found that it helps to write an omo related story when you yourself need to go 

    2. markbassplayer

      That's an interesting analogy.  With desperation the blocker could be described as social norms, shame, a desire for privacy....external influences.  I feel like writer's block is more internal.

  8. Have the feeling that all dystopian literary works are basically produced from the same model. The Handmaid's Tale basically feels like the female perspective of Orwell's 1984. Or is it just that I should read more (I haven't read Brave New World or Fahrenheit 451 yet).

    1. D0nt45k

      It's a bit more nuanced than that as well, since it also depends on the author's own views.  1984's dystopia was a totalitarian socialist one (effectively a warning from George Orwell, himself a socialist to his dying day, to avoid becoming too authoritarian), The Handmaid's Tale presents a Christian theocratic dystopia through a female-centric lens.  In the case of Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451, the best way to describe both of them would be technocratic dystopias, but in different ways; Brave New World's dystopia is founded on the principles of eugenics and what could best be described as luxury communism, whereas Fahrenheit 451's world is set in a world overrun by rampant materialism, basically the opposite of Brave New World (though it was really just Ray Bradbury's author filibuster against television).

  9. Literotica is a whole freakin' new world

    1. SpaceWonderer

      It is a whole world. Except it's not new, it's been around since 90's when internet was dial-up, lol.

  10. Decided to write a fanfic based on the most recent book I’ve read. Tried my best to imitate Margaret Atwood’s style; hope it turns out right. Sheets. Not the gleaming silky ones you would find in hotel rooms in the times before, nor the crisp white ones I had got used to in my room - my room, as I would call it now; it seemed like heaven, compared to the room I am in now. They are grubby, stiff, with wriggly pale blue stripes that cover it like creeks on a barren landscape. A tiny window. Conveniently located in a place I cannot see while lying on my bed. I lie most of the time, st
  11. I'm applying to several courses at different unis, at some it's called English Language and Literature and at others it's just called English. Rational choice since I've always been interested in language and literature (English was my only A when I left high school lol). Not sure of my career path yet but I kinda want to become a teacher. There are others who work in Media and Communication, Finance, Journalism etc.
  12. As an English-major-to-be it's kinda interesting to see ideas from the other side lol.
  13. "Life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating."

    1. DarthBane93

      And all the bedwettings 😛 

  14. Based on real experiences. Attempting to make light of the trauma by putting it on paper. May be depressing and potentially triggering. 95% narration, 5% wetting. “Anything else you’d like to share with me?” My teacher asked after I had finished telling him, in a relatively calm voice, about a portion of all the unhappy events from my past. The blazing morning light was streaming in through the office windows; this February had been an unusually warm one. Not good news for me. My arms were firmly wrapped in long black sleeves, a futile attempt to hide the aftermath of my
  15. To quote roughly from something I've read a while ago but couldn't remember what it is: “It's always the abused who has to deal with things the abuser has done.” Couldn't really find words to comfort you right now, and being one with mental health issues myself, I can only imagine how traumatic this is for someone already dealing with anxiety (I remember reading somewhere that you have anxiety of some sort; correct me if I'm wrong). Surviving in society is tough, surviving in society as a female even tougher, and while I am typing this line in anger and despair, I'm sure things will get b
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