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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. 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.

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

  4. 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.

  5. Clinical anxiety sucks.

    1. PrincessPEEach

      That’s the truth. 

  6. 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.

  7. 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).

  8. 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.

  9. "Life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating."

    1. DarthBane93

      And all the bedwettings 😛 

  10. I'm a regular blogger on another website, and just now for the first time in three and a half years one of my recent posts got 2000+ clicks!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Spoiler

     

    That moment when you went to one of your favourite restaurants only to find it closed for good

    1. PrincessPEEach

      For us it was CiCi’s pizza buffet lolol

      we live in Canada and there was nothing like that here. It was always a real experience to go to USA and stop at Cicis for the pizza buffet extravaganza. Until the time we pulled in and found it was gone. Obviously we didn’t get to the usa super often, but still, it was a shock. Who doesn’t love a cheap pizza buffet?!?! It was sad for sure. 

  12. Kinda strange that I'm not into anything other than pure pee desperation. No wetting, no messing, no diapers or humiliation or such. Anyone else out there?

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    2. The Dark Wolf

      As humiliation goes... I wouldn't wish it on anyone in real life, but it is fun to fantasize about, but even then I don't want it to last.

    3. SoBursting

      I don’t mind desperate female peeing but prefer the desperation before, it’s the risk of humiliation that’s appealing, the embarrassment of being in that situation, embarrassing thought that she will piss herself soon if she can’t find a place to go as she pee dances or holds herself...

    4. homeanddry

      You're certainly not alone. It's pretty much all about the desperate struggle for me. The only thing an unintentional wetting does for me is confirm that thigns really were as bad as they seemed, and even then I'd much prefer a powerful 'just made it' stream!

  13. There really is no cure for insomnia aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh

    1. LeakAchoo

      Hi!! Really sorry you have insomnia. I’m right there with ya girl! I’ve come to terms with my ever-present nightly friend, but yeah, no sleep is not goodie! * Hugs*

      ~ Maddelynne 

    2. StubbornBunny

      CBD really helped me 🙂 Depends if it's legal where you are. It's legal in the UK!

  14. Hush little baby, don't you cry. Don't cut your arms, don't say goodbye. Put down that razor, put down that light. It may be hard but, you'll win this fight.

    (Credits to the author whose name I never found out)

  15. Coca Cola is THE BEST fizzy drink in this goddamn world

    1. Foxlover

      Fascinating, you spelled pineapple Fanta wrong! 

  16. Somehow boosted up my courage to confess something in the Off-topic Discussion section I never have the guts to post anywhere else.

    1. PrincessPEEach

      It’s great that this can feel like a safe place for people to share all kinds of things.  Sounds like that was/is a pretty intense experience for you with your teacher. I hope that sharing it here was helpful in your journey to come to terms with / get some closure on that time in your life. 

  17. They say the only way to beat a dragon is to become one. Hence I want to become an IELTS examiner in the future.

    1. DarthBane93

      Does being the boy with the dragon tattoo count lmao

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  18. Some are able to make their way through life because of their childhood; others are able to make their way through life despite of their childhood.

    1. DarthBane93

      And others dont make it at all because of 😂😝

  19. Happy Autistic Pride Day to all those out there who is somewhere on the spectrum. May not be exactly proud to be an Aspie but definitely not ashamed to be one either.

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    2. DarthBane93

      Aw. Same. Youll appreciate this

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    3. Ms. Tito

      Poggers 

       

      Autistic pride gang rise up

    4. omorashi_jones

      Happy pride! I always suspected that I was on the spectrum due to my demeanor and various symptoms I experience, but I'm not 100% sure. (I was never diagnosed as a child, and I haven't gotten a diagnosis as an adult because I don't wanna pay for it myself XD).

      Anyway, autistic people have always made and organized the most content for the internet, and as an internet junkie, I'm really grateful for that. I know the internet makes fun of autism a lot (I'm not sure how much of the mockery is bigotry and how much of it is self-deprecation), but really, the web owes SO MUCH to people on the spectrum. (I'm not trying to say that all content creators have autism, or that all autistic people have to make content. I'm just saying that I've noticed that a lot of art and entertainment I've consumed online over the years was made by people on the spectrum. Not to mention all the curated archives and wikis!)

  20. Dreamed that I was able to choose "Love" or "Death" as my uni major and Death had higher entrance requirements than Love

    1. Ms. Tito

      Damn I wanna major in death. Having power over death sounds way cooler than being a love goddess.

  21. Spend half of my time hoping emails find people well and the other half waiting for replies that never come

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