is not as easy as you say... sometimes is not totaly your foult, society is pretty fucked... you are forced to work in small pieces of shit with hardly any human contact, that alone can force a state of deprecion.
Originally Posted by 98abaile
Is very easy to lose your way in this times, specialy in some countries, the best you can do is use your free time to be around the people you love (or to find some loved ones) going back to the nature is also a good way of renew your broken spirit.
and always remenber to never give up, don't be a coward and do something about it, as long you don't buy a gun and start to shot co-workers, bosses or fellow class mates.
No. ??? Tell yourself how much richer you'll be in later life. (might not work as well when you aren't still in education)
No. ???+1 Buy a pet.
No. ???+2 If you're a depressed, selfish person, become nice and generous; if you're a depressed, nice and generous person, become selfish.
Oh lord! you like the idea of being contentious don't you? I do believe, my dear, that we deserve each other.
Originally Posted by Digital_Eon
con·ten·tious /kənˈtɛnʃəs/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[kuhn-ten-shuhs] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
1. tending to argument or strife; quarellsome: a contentious crew.
2. causing, involving, or characterized by argument or controversy: contentious issues.
3. Law. pertaining to causes between contending parties.
[Origin: 1400–50; late ME contenciose < L contentiōsus, equiv. to contenti(ō) contention + -ōsus -ous]
Insincere /,insin’iə(r)/ adj. not sincere ; not candid. □ insincerely adv. insincerity /-‘seriti/ n. (plr. -ies). [L insincerus (as in-1sincere)]
p.s. what dictionary do you use? it looks more fancy than mine.
farce /fɑrs/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[fahrs] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation noun, verb, farced, farc·ing.
1. a light, humorous play in which the plot depends upon a skillfully exploited situation rather than upon the development of character.
2. humor of the type displayed in such works.
3. foolish show; mockery; a ridiculous sham.
4. Cookery. forcemeat.
–verb (used with object)
5. to season (a speech or composition), esp. with witty material.
6. Obsolete. to stuff; cram.
[Origin: 1300–50; (n.) ME fars stuffing < MF farce < VL *farsa, n. use of fem. of L farsus, earlier fartus stuffed, ptp. of farcīre to stuff; (v.) ME farsen < OF farcir < L farcīre]
dictionary.com, and Notepad to get rid of the images.
Oh very good. I think we've come to terms then.
my vocabulary has doubled!
I rarely use those words. I rather use simple words cause when I try to use words that people doesn't hear or they haven't heard before. I spend more time explaining what I'm trying to say rather than saying it. >_<
I would like to think that I am articulate but alas, I am simple minded and simple in the way I speak. But Go!Go! vocabulary increases!
I love Steal! <3
rdrr an all that! Just wanted to say hello from ban land and apologise for the way this thread got misconstrued (in other words; the purpose of said thread)! I'm a bit embarrased at how "98Abaile" got me so ticked that I had to reply like that.
Also... I SPECIFICALLY said "i'm not a kid...... to get the EMO shit outta the way", So where'd the whole kid aspect of this come from. This thing is the same if you're a pissant teenager or an adult... Ya' still gotta deal.
Again, apologise for starting argument; You guys wanna do any more than discuss dictionary preferences, be my guest.