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Old 12-22-14, 06:50 PM   #21
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I've also tried telling people that such questions are private and all but all that does is spike their interest.
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Old 12-22-14, 07:03 PM   #22
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The only aspect that I believe i wont be able to fully understand is the biological one and in part its because i lack it.
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Old 12-22-14, 07:50 PM   #23
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You know i love this thread...
I am one of those extrovert depressives that ask random people reeeeeely intimate questions when i'm out...it's my way of connecting.
but i love the look on people's faces when i ask them why they are not married or or why they don't have a GF?BF and they say..." I,,,, I don't know" " maybe I just don't have one of those faces" and I pinch their cheeks and say, " but you just look like you just got out of azkabahn, cheer up, it could be a hell of a lot worse>>"
and they look at me is if I am crazy...

well i don't mind,at least i buy the drinks, i'm not mean and i try
People are probably taken by surprise. Not everyone has the idea of relationships set at an early stage or at all sometimes. There are many cases of people who begin worrying about it only after people (sometimes collectively, other times individually) have started asking them.
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Old 12-23-14, 07:32 AM   #24
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I got a glimpse into your world this morning.

I took a cab and the cab driver is Brazilian (I don't know if that has anything to do with it). He started asking me questions like "why don't you have any children yet?" That made me feel weirded out. He also said "I guarantee you you'll marry a Brazilian man." That sounded appealing and actually made me rethink my plan that I won't be in a relationship until I'm in a walker. But yeah it would be really awkward to deal with it on a daily basis.
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Old 12-23-14, 09:29 AM   #25
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Image that same scenario but happening more frequently, with more people and with more questions.
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Old 12-24-14, 09:28 AM   #26
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Can you please elaborate on why you hate the following things:

1. Alcohol

2. Sex

3. Parties

4. Marriage

5. Kids

6. Relationships
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Old 12-24-14, 10:11 AM   #27
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Collectively, the fact that everyone (well the vast majority of people anyways) push these things as if they were absolute necessities that everyone has to do, making statements at times that its impossible to live a life without them. This, combined with the remarks, acts and general attitudes of people (including family), implying whether directly or indirectly that a person is somehow less, inferior or "broken" because they don't follow them, and they require "fixing", is mainly what fuels my resentment and anger.

Individually I don't as much of a problem with these things, provided they are not pressed of course. But my opinion on them are:

1) Alcohol: I don't really like it. Tried it a few times and didn't really see what all the fuzz was about with it. It certainly was not "fun" as people would often say it was, plus it tasted awful to me.

2) Sex: with the time I spent looking into this and trying to understand it only to always arrive at a dead end every time, it isn't the type of thing that would motivate me. I'm also rather repulsed at some level by it. Human bodies also give me that feeling of repulsion when exposed.

3) Parties: being around people in some cramped space while having to stomach their idiotic ideals and the smell of alcohol? Yea I could think of alot better things to do, none of which require anyone apart from me.

4) Marriage: Apart from the constant interrogations I would get from family alone, let alone others, marriage is also not something that holds up to its ideals.

5) Kids: loud, annoying creatures. Yes I know everyone is one at a point, even me. Still don't like them.

6) Relationships: What's the point of them?
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Old 12-30-14, 12:14 PM   #28
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Sad that people who tell you to get a life appear to be the ones who need to get a life themselves.

What one person likes, another person dislikes. Part of being human and in my opinion, perfectly normal. It would suck if we were all identical with same likes and dislikes. Would make for a very boring world. But then, that`s just my opinion.

To me, getting a life means doing what makes you happy provided you`re not hurting anyone else or interfering with their happiness in life.

As for a relationship, why rush it? I made that mistake twice and got hurt really badly as a result. Both were abusive and after the second time, I figured no more for me. A couple of years after that, I met my wife. She helped change my opinion. Who knows, you may wind up meeting someone who you would want to grow old with. Don`t be afraid to keep that open. And try not to sweat it if it doesn`t happen.

Concerning children, my wife and I don`t have children. Unless you count the fur baby (dog). Sad part is that I had people tell me our marriage is not legit because we don`t have children. Gotta admit, after getting through the pissed off stage, I had to shake my head and roll my eyes as one of the people is in a 20 year relationship with his girlfriend and is not fully divorced from his wife. The wife knows about the gf but doesn`t really care as they are separated. As far as having children, again, that`s no one else`s business but your own since it is also a 19 year commitment.

Hopefully I didn`t ramble too much. Just my 2cents worth.
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