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747,

You are too kind. Also, I'm aware. The statement was innocuous. It appeared that way then, still does, I'm going to take my own words at face value though I do wish I hadn't said that because it's stupid though not a big deal. The weight it might have held would entirely be assigned by myself in that I don't think I know what I'm saying anymore and take a joke such as that as something I should probably apologise for. I definitely don't consider you a hypocrite, though in this case, considering I wrote that after my friend's wi-fi finally went online immediately after (however much time) throwing something I owned repeatedly into something of hers, it applied to myself as well seeing as that obviously didn't help with the anxiety I was experiencing then. Her dart board sucked anyway hence get online, check emails, stop by here, etc. I don't believe it need be said the world on a whole could benefit from more open/relaxed active sex without dogmatic nonsensical issues of 'sanctity' or antiquated moral hangups rooted in occult shit. We'd be a lot more laid (HEEHEH HE HEHE GET IT HEHEHEHEEHHEE) back as we wouldn't be as bored.

Boredom is the worst stress, affliction, sickness there is.

Re: recent post, reserved, have OCD too.
Okay...now...wait for fog machine.

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747Music wrote:I wish people would stop being horribly ambiguous and stop using social idioms outside of the proper social crowd. I wish we would all say what we mean using words in their properly intended use. Just gotta pay attention to your speech. It'll never happen, and it will continue to piss off my OCD as I have no idea what people are trying to say. Then they get pissed at me because it's apparently terribly obvious what they meant, despite their actual words meaning something else entirely. OR flip that around: I say something using words that I genuinely mean and it gets mistaken for some social idiom. It's meaning is understood differently and suddenly I'm a jerk for what I said despite the fact that I was genuinely trying to say something kind or helpful. Trying to explain the actual intentions in my speech can often just lead to accusation that I'm lying and trying to cover up my terrible transgression.

This issue is ridiculously bad through texting. I hate texting.

On days where my OCD is really bad, the idea of becoming a hermit gets extremely tempting.
i love the word hermit

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Seven years later I just put all you OCD freaks out your misery ;-)
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Mexicola wrote:Seven years later I just put all you OCD freaks out your misery ;-)


Lately I've been admiring the idea of being put out of my misery. I get over it though. I remember all the awesome things I'd miss like butts, music, forests and beer.


...Perhaps I'm overdue for a nudist singalong camping trip...

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Echo the Sun wrote:
747Music wrote:I wish people would stop being horribly ambiguous and stop using social idioms outside of the proper social crowd. I wish we would all say what we mean using words in their properly intended use. Just gotta pay attention to your speech. It'll never happen, and it will continue to piss off my OCD as I have no idea what people are trying to say. Then they get pissed at me because it's apparently terribly obvious what they meant, despite their actual words meaning something else entirely. OR flip that around: I say something using words that I genuinely mean and it gets mistaken for some social idiom. It's meaning is understood differently and suddenly I'm a jerk for what I said despite the fact that I was genuinely trying to say something kind or helpful. Trying to explain the actual intentions in my speech can often just lead to accusation that I'm lying and trying to cover up my terrible transgression.

This issue is ridiculously bad through texting. I hate texting.

On days where my OCD is really bad, the idea of becoming a hermit gets extremely tempting.
i love the word hermit


"I want to buy a bunch of pet hermit crabs and force them to live together. Then when somebody comes over they may say "Hey you have pet hermit crabs." Where I'll reply: "No no no… These are mingling crabs."" - Demitri Martin


Jonse wrote:747,

You are too kind. Also, I'm aware. The statement was innocuous. It appeared that way then, still does, I'm going to take my own words at face value though I do wish I hadn't said that because it's stupid though not a big deal. The weight it might have held would entirely be assigned by myself in that I don't think I know what I'm saying anymore and take a joke such as that as something I should probably apologise for. I definitely don't consider you a hypocrite, though in this case, considering I wrote that after my friend's wi-fi finally went online immediately after (however much time) throwing something I owned repeatedly into something of hers, it applied to myself as well seeing as that obviously didn't help with the anxiety I was experiencing then. Her dart board sucked anyway hence get online, check emails, stop by here, etc. I don't believe it need be said the world on a whole could benefit from more open/relaxed active sex without dogmatic nonsensical issues of 'sanctity' or antiquated moral hangups rooted in occult shit. We'd be a lot more laid (HEEHEH HE HEHE GET IT HEHEHEHEEHHEE) back as we wouldn't be as bored.

Boredom is the worst stress, affliction, sickness there is.

Re: recent post, reserved, have OCD too.



Hahaha, haven't heard a proper dart analogy in a while.

Boredom compounds other issues. depression being the worst to combine it with.



Here is a joke that fits in with this thread:

Can you believe the amount of nudity allowed on TV these days?!?! Unbelievable! It makes me mad! I usually just end up sitting there shaking my fist.
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747Music wrote:"I want to buy a bunch of pet hermit crabs and force them to live together. Then when somebody comes over they may say "Hey you have pet hermit crabs." Where I'll reply: "No no no… These are mingling crabs."" - Demitri Martin
just remember you need a permit to perm its perfect hermit hair!

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110% annoyed. An Audi driver (no offense. If you drive an Audi and you are here, I assume you are one of the good ones) refused to slow down when I was crossing the road, accelerating as if to say "You'd better run, because this is my road" so I had to leap out of the way, landed on my leg really rather awkwardly and now I have a torn ligament and have to use crutches for at least a week to keep weight off it. I swear to god if I see him when I am hopping to the local shops tomorrow, I will throw one of these crutches straight through his windscreen.

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I mean, I know ligament injuries can vary from a sprain to a really rather bad tear, I would probably say this is the latter of the two as I can't put any weight on it without screaming and I was offered crutches straight away. Wish I'd caught the details of the driver.

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You can only tell with an MRI. I tore my cruciate ligament in my knee and it took an operation and 18 months of physio. 7 years later, I only started playing football again this summer. Fingers crossed for you dude!
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Mexicola wrote:You can only tell with an MRI. I tore my cruciate ligament in my knee and it took an operation and 18 months of physio. 7 years later, I only started playing football again this summer. Fingers crossed for you dude!


Christ, that sounds like quite an ordeal you went through. Doctor seemed pretty convinced it would heal of its own volition if I was careful not to put any weight on it luckily. I can't imagine how seven years of it must have felt. Happy you are through it now and back playing footie again, though.

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Thanks man.

Yeah, a ligament can heal if only partly torn I believe. If it's fully torn then it has to be replaced. In my case they grafted part of my hamstring in there to replace it. Fun times!
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Mexicola wrote:Thanks man.

Yeah, a ligament can heal if only partly torn I believe. If it's fully torn then it has to be replaced. In my case they grafted part of my hamstring in there to replace it. Fun times!


Ah, good to hear that it likely isn't a full tear of the ligament in my case. The Doctor was in quite a hurry so I didn't get much explained to me. Also, that sounds horrifying, never been in surgery and I hope I never have to be.

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Mexicola wrote:Thanks man.

Yeah, a ligament can heal if only partly torn I believe. If it's fully torn then it has to be replaced. In my case they grafted part of my hamstring in there to replace it. Fun times!

Fuck, that's rough! Ouch ouch ouch

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Yeah, it was a fun time lol
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Out of medical curiosity, sorry to pry, is your leg fully functioning again after allowing it a number of years to heal or does it still become stiff or even painful after this long? It sounds like quite a nasty injury to say the least.

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It's as good as it'll get. It'll never be 100% but it's good enough. I have to wear a knee support to play football, but running, hiking etc is fine as it is.
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