I'm religious myself (Roman Catholic), I went to a string of Catholic Schools and I attend Church every Sunday.
There was a nun who worked as a pastoral carer and an occasional supply teacher at my high-school and she was a tw*t. She was overbearing, grumpy and just downright unpleasant.
I've noticed these are recurring traits amongst those more... zealous religious folk. WTF! As I said, I'm religious and I don't behave like that.
You'd think that these people would be full of joy and happiness, but nah, they're really not.9 AnswersReligion & Spirituality6 years ago
1) You feel anger bubbling / boiling, and you know one of your 'triggers' will cause you to explode.
2) My dad invited one of my friends over without telling me in advance, I got really angry and started smashing stuff because I wasn't prepared.
3) Getting annoyed at certain sounds e.g the TV in the background, people talking in the background. Anxiously looking for a means to escape these sounds by drowning them out or leaving.
4) Feeling as though you may be triggered more easily than other times.
5) Feeling stressed or upset over a stream of painful thoughts that come to you randomly, then feeling okay afterwards. These same thoughts don't perturb you if you willingly think about them.
6) Having obsessions with weird things i.e game characters and creating fantasy worlds with them.
7) Not sure where to start in the process of 'friend making'.
8) Only being talkative around people who I've known throughout my whole life and incredibly comfortable with e.g family.
My therapist said I might have it. He said he'll investigate it further. I'm scared I might have it?1 AnswerPsychology6 years ago
WTF? Wouldn't you just get bored of seeing that person everyday? I would lol. After maybe 2-3 months I'd get bored and deem my husband unworthy of my time and get rid of his *** lol.
I'm 19, I have reached the adult stage, and I still don't see how people can do it. Don't you just get annoyed with their presence?3 AnswersMarriage & Divorce6 years ago
Not trying to be racist here, but Chinese people look white / fair skinned to me, not 'yellow'.9 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups6 years ago
I'm 19 and I find it so difficult to concentrate when I read. I get distracted easily, I will read a whole chapter of a book and forget what I just read.
It's really frustrates me to the point of crying and effects my studying.
I never had this problem before.3 AnswersPsychology6 years ago
Why do girls get angry and scream "OBJECTIFICATION!!!11111" at men who watch lesbian porn, but treat men like objects by forcing them into gay relationships and write creepy perverted fanfictions about them. Which I think is worse, and even more perverted.
So girls reading / writing gay yaoui (or whatever it's called) are cool .
Men who watch lesbian porn are greasy ugly fat sexual deviants.
Why? Not fair.7 AnswersOther - Society & Culture6 years ago
I'm a 19 year old girl who is attracted to men, but the thought of being in a relationship or having 'relations' puts me off completely.
I have had boyfriends in the past, still a virgin and never done anything sexual apart from kissing.
I watched some porn videos and it completely turned my stomach. I'm not bashing male sexuality here but I know a lot of men are into that stuff and I personally think it's repulsive. I'm not saying my opinion is valid, it's just how I personally feel.
Also there are too many things I have to do to change in order to please (in my case) men. I have to dress a certain way, look a certain way, do certain things that I don't want. E.i I love playing football and most men hate girls who are into sports, which is fair enough, everyone is entitled to their preferences.
I'm not bashing men here, I'm just speaking in my perspective as I am a girl. I know women are demanding of men too.
Furthermore, I don't think I want to change myself for the sake of a relationship. I want to live my life for myself.
For this reason, I have no desire to be in a relationship or anything like that.
:/4 AnswersLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender6 years ago
You guys go on about how male pedophiles and rapists are vile scum, which I agree with; but why don't you ever react the same way when it's a female?
Male and female pedophiles are equally sick.
I find it highly worrying and disgusting that you actually sympathise with pedophiles and I'd like to know why you do it? Seriously.3 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups6 years ago
Doesn't feel as comfortable to hold.
Plus I preferred the bulbous analog sticks.
What do you think?2 AnswersPlayStation6 years ago
Looked everywhere.1 AnswerItalian Football6 years ago
I'm not a fan of the kid either.
Why do you guys hate on this 19 year-old kid?
Fair enough, he has been acting irresponsibly lately but he will probably grow out of it.
I just think he's just doing what every other wild teenager does but in the eye of the public. The media really do like to magnify and exaggerate the severity of things. A lot of kids mess up sometimes but most times they just grow out of it.
Everyone can agree that drinking under the influence of alcohol is completely irresponsible and plain stupid - this applies to everyone. What he did was inexcusable and I think his fans trying to excuse him because of his fame and looks are idiots.
I've noticed the people who hate on him are bitter adults 25+. Leave him alone.
Another thing I don't understand is how people in Canada don't want him back? Why? He isn't posing a real threat. It's like you're just blindly hating him.10 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups6 years ago
I hope this doesn't sound hateful.
I just think it's stupid. Shouldn't we be encouraging them to lose weight rather than advocating an unhealthy lifestyle?
Obesity isn't a social construct, it's a health issue, and they choose to completely ignore that. They think doctors spend years at University just to crap on fat people.
Not only that but they try to place the blame on other factors like 'genetics' and men. They refuse to accept that it's their own eating habits which made them fat because they don't want to feel guilty.
I'd like to add that society's definition of a perfect body is also stupid and literally unachievable for some people. I'm not saying we should all be like that, it's cool if you're a bit 'chubby' - but being obese isn't healthy at all.4 AnswersOther - Society & Culture6 years ago
Question for men: What do you think of girls who play, watch and have an interest in football (soccer)?
I'm a woman of 18 years and I have been following the sport for maybe 9/10 of my life. I really enjoy playing it with friends and family - there is nothing I'd rather do than go out and play football.
A lot of people think this is weird though. People say it's 'only for men' etc. But I really enjoy it.
It kind of worries me that guys won't like the fact that I enjoy sport and I don't want to give it up.
What do you think?2 AnswersOther - Football6 years ago
More specifically Tumblr feminists.
I'm all for gender equality and equality for everyone!
It's just 'feminists' nowadays have moved so far away from what feminism actually is.
Like, they will shout about how male abusers should have their genitals mutilated, but when it's a female abuser they'll say nothing about it. You won't hear them saying 'WOMEN SHOULD HAVE THEIR VAGINAS MUTILATED' - if they want to be treated equally then surely women abusers deserve the same punishment as men?
They say treat sexual assault as a gender problem rather than a crime problem. I think everyone, men and women, can agree that rape is disgusting and rapists are scum.
Saying that 'all men are rapists because they have penises' is like saying 'everyone is a murderer because they have hands meaning they can work a gun and shoot someone'.
They fail to understand that men are also objectified, I see a lot of averts and photshoots of male celebrities and models posing shirtless and suggestively.
Men also have to live up to 'beauty standards' because most women want a man who is 6'3 (height being something which is beyond their control), muscular, broad shouldered, immaculate, in good shape, angel looking man with golden curly hair.
They go on about the patriarchy telling men that they can't cry but when a man poses an issue he is having they say 'oh suck it up, check your privilege, stop crying and man up. I thought you were meant to be the stronger gender'.
This won't achieve anything:/18 AnswersGender Studies6 years ago