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#11741
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R- ahem

Nape

Wut

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ohhh napes are so great 

 

Vape



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especially for vampires

 

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Lane

 

yeah but i would wanna bite them too



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I, too, think that biting vampires sounds like fun.

Edited by pokari, 18 March 2019 - 06:25 AM.


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Lane

 

fast lane to boringness



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land

maybe you can make a living playing games



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Sand

 

i wish i felt like playing sometimes



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Playing in the sand by myself is less satisfying than when I was a kid. I think it's probably still fun if I have someone else to play with, though.

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band

 

you have to enjoy playing with yourself


the basis of our social identity based on community is long gone



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I do enjoy playing with myself, for now, just not as much as I used to.

I do wonder to what extent I need other people, to be happy, sometimes. I know if I have no one then I get incredibly lonely and depressed (based on my freshman year of college; I'd sort of made friends by the second year). On the other hand, just chilling with my immediate family seems to be (nearly?) enough for me. But, that's not going to work forever—presumably I will outlive my parents and most likely my sister will go off to live with her girlfriend some day (though not anytime soon, like I wouldn't be surprised if it was a decade from now, and who knows how the situation will have changed by then)—at some point am I going to have to go out actively looking for companionship just because I'm so darn lonely? How would I even go about doing that...?

I realize none of y'all have the answer to such a question, of course :'p *hugs everyone*

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Ball

 

plotting and planning is best done in isolation of course

 

and when it all works out 'you did great bro' to my past self

 

best feeling ever



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with housing prices the way they are I don't think you'll worry about your sister moving out anytime soon



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Well, her girlfriend lives on the east coast at the moment, so I'm not sure that applies (if you want to ask me whether such a long-term long-distance relationship is working for them, I honestly don't know. On the other hand they've been dating more or less since middle school to my knowledge, so by default I assume that they will continue to stay together until I'm told otherwise).

However, her girlfriend is also a teacher now, so the cost-of-living thing is one of the major issue is nonetheless.

Edited by pokari, 29 March 2019 - 07:22 PM.


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Just between you and me i'm not optimistic about the stability of lesbian relationship - i recall seeing data that it's several times more likely to result in a breakup compare to a male same-sex relationship. TBH I'm not sure why that is the case. Of course one can also be the exception to the rule.


Edited by Feishy Pit Boar, 30 March 2019 - 08:14 PM.


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Mmm... If it's actually "several times" more likely, then—given that in our culture I think the breakup rate is quite likely greater than one-per-person on average (or at least in that ballpark; I mean you'd expect it to he higher than the divorce rate right?)—that would imply that some large percentage of lesbians were breaking up over and over and over again? That seems odd.

Spoiler


Regardless, empirically speaking, most of the long-term (like, many-years long) lesbian couples I've known are pretty stable—just like most other couples that have lasted a while.

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Edited by pokari, 31 March 2019 - 04:11 AM.


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Nice bell curves

fft and multiplication

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Pell

noun
1. obsolete
the hide or skin of an animal
2.
a (usually wooden or straw) post or stake used as a target for practising sword technique, power, etc
verb Scottish obsolete
3. (transitive)
to thump or strike violently
4. (intransitive)
to walk heavily or hurriedly


None of these except 3. sound right to me.

Though I see how 4 would sound right if I were used to 3.

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Peel

Or pell grant named after the senator

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Peal

When I double-checked the definition of this one on google, the firat time it gave me the dictionary definition for "eruption" instead (but otherwise results were for "peal"). Upon re-searching it fixed itself. Highly mysterious.