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You were irresponsible? Trust me, do your homework. You will regret not doing it later. :)

/ DEC 7, 2016 5:35 PM EST

in response to: excuses that work for not doing homework??
And don't ask me how I know. Trust me, if you did, you would have WAY better insults and comebacks. You've been a great comedic relief. Consider being a comedian. You would earn a lot of money. And not because you are trying to be funny. Just because you are so ridiculously stupid, people are gonna pay to just listen to something that isn't so easy for them to understand. Cause you just don't make sense, I'm sorry, but you really just don't. Why don't you go back to school?

/ DEC 4, 2016 9:45 PM EST

in response to: Pottymouth back on the rampage!!! yikesssssss
I understand that you are probably searching the internet for some dumb ass comebacks, but I don't care, cause you probably just sit at home on your lazy ass all day sitting in front of the computer with nothing else to do. Because you are such a negative human being. You should stat changing you attitude. Trust me, you will thank me once you turn 80 years old. And you start acting like a kind, mature, human being.

/ DEC 4, 2016 8:42 PM EST

in response to: Will the person or persons who put this :) after replies please die and go to hell.
You can. Youjust have to go on the sites you personally trust.

FRANCE / DEC 3, 2016 3:33 AM EST

in response to: Why is it so hard to have faith in the Internet
Adding onto a previous post because that person was right. If you don't feel good about it and the person was around your age, you should stop talking to him. You're not fully grown up and you're still changing. If you feel something is wrong, always trust your instinct. Maybe go hang out with other people around your age. Get him off your mind and cease contact.

UNITED STATES / DEC 1, 2016 9:42 PM EST

in response to: Is it ok for a 13 year old girl to talk to a 22 year old man?We were talking friendly for ages, we told eachother our ages, I was like i shouldn't be talking to you and he asked me if i had a bf, i said no and he said what about if me and you went out, i said it would be illegal. He said who told you that. Then we were just being all friendly again. Today he told me hes going to sleep and said he wants me in his arms, he's a really nice positive guy but it feels wrong
It is wrong, because a) it is illegal and for a good reason b) you are not grown up yet and the fact that he keeps throwing these comments at you means that he doesn't think there is anything wrong with what he is saying which = nothing good. Don't be in a rush to put yourself in a grown up situation. Trust me nothing good comes from pretending those comments were never said. Tell him you don't like when he makes those comments.

UNITED STATES / DEC 1, 2016 8:19 PM EST

in response to: Is it ok for a 13 year old girl to talk to a 22 year old man?We were talking friendly for ages, we told eachother our ages, I was like i shouldn't be talking to you and he asked me if i had a bf, i said no and he said what about if me and you went out, i said it would be illegal. He said who told you that. Then we were just being all friendly again. Today he told me hes going to sleep and said he wants me in his arms, he's a really nice positive guy but it feels wrong
you get to ask for advice from some you trust and respect.

TAIWAN / NOV 25, 2016 7:40 AM EST

in response to: I cut myself right on my forehead, yes on purpose... It hurt a little, but I didn't do it deep. 3 maybe 4 cuts... Barely even a half inch long. I don't think i'm depressed or anything. I live in a safe area, with a great school, and great friends. I surprisingly have a high self esteem. I have good manners, and I respect everyone... Maybe even a little too much? I love my friends and Familly... If there something wrong with me? I don't know why I cut myself.
I am a liar and should not be trusted.

UNITED STATES / NOV 17, 2016 10:46 PM EST

in response to: "I did not have sexual relations with that woman. These cigars did." ~ William "Billy Bob" Jefferson Clinton, 1998. He wasn't lying, was he?
If she doesn't trust you then there's really no use pursuing a relationship with her. But if you didn't do it and she's skeptical that it took place, you should explain face to face, calmly, that you didn't do it and also what you know about the situation of someone telling her that you did.

UNITED STATES / NOV 16, 2016 2:23 AM EST

in response to: If you're girlfriend got a text saying that you cheated on her a few months ago, and you can't disprove it but you know that you are innocent, how would you react and what would you do?
Trying to get him back may make him think you don't respect his boundaries, because he set a boundary by saying he was done and your opposing that limitation which he set up to keep himself comfortable. Basically, it's unlikely he will have any more trust for you if you push him. Move on, there are other people out there who will trust you more from the start, who you'll like just as much. Maybe not right away, but eventually.

UNITED STATES / NOV 16, 2016 2:02 AM EST

in response to: My boyfriend thinks we're going to fast so I agreed to slow down. I really like him but he says he doesn't trust me? He doesn't even have a reason not to trust me though. Sure I've messed around with people but never when I was in a committed relationship. Then he decided he just is done. How do I get him back and earn my trust if I haven't even broken it.
People go into relationships with different amounts of trust, and reasons not to trust from past experiences. This is not all about what you've done or haven't done, it's about where he's coming from. If he can't trust you, you need to respect that and let him go-- because trying to get him back might make him trust you even less because he might just think you're desperate which would cause him to feel insecure about himself.

UNITED STATES / NOV 16, 2016 2:00 AM EST

in response to: My boyfriend thinks we're going to fast so I agreed to slow down. I really like him but he says he doesn't trust me? He doesn't even have a reason not to trust me though. Sure I've messed around with people but never when I was in a committed relationship. Then he decided he just is done. How do I get him back and earn my trust if I haven't even broken it.
You would be hard pressed to find an attractive girl that isn't hit on regularly by guys. Make her yours. Most guys will respect that, and you don't worry about those that don't, because you'll trust her. She should shut them down straight away. Worst case, she cheats and you leave but in most cases, when she's yours she's yours. It's irrelevant that other guys hit on her.

UNITED STATES / NOV 13, 2016 1:10 AM EST

in response to: Would you date a girl who other guys hit on all the time?
It ain't worth it, trust me.

CANADA / NOV 13, 2016 9:45 PM EST

in response to: Who's the irritating ├žunt who keeps using words like 'boink' and 'moo'? What are you, three years old?
What makes you think that Trump is trustworthy, moron?

UNITED STATES / NOV 9, 2016 10:53 AM EST

in response to: The best thing to come out of all of this though is how the Supreme Court will not become completely liberal. That was my biggest fear and why I voted Trump. The U S would have been radically changed forever if SHE got in.
Never trust a politition!

UNITED STATES / NOV 8, 2016 12:08 PM EST

in response to: Oh my gracious!!! Graccccciooous! This race is keeping us all on our toes!
Clinton, but I dont trust either

UNITED STATES / NOV 8, 2016 1:19 PM EST

in response to: Lets do a sample vote! Trump or Clinton? Begin!
I don't have any johns you boinker, BUT if I did, trust me, he wouldn't be texting me because he wasn't satisfied... oh, snap.

UNITED STATES / NOV 3, 2016 6:13 PM EST

in response to: Dorklongs, hot damn! Why is some random stranger texting me??
Oh, trust me, I DO handle It and You as well, vomit.

UNITED STATES / OCT 29, 2016 9:01 PM EST

in response to: I'm gonna harden my heart... gonna swallow my tears, gonna turn and leave you here..
Introverts don't really tell you whats wrong so its really difficult to help. You have to build up some trust with an introvert and often have to make sense of what they do say to get some clues about what they are struggling with.

UNITED STATES / OCT 26, 2016 8:53 PM EST

in response to: How do you encourage an introvert and let them know that it's ok to tell you what they're struggling with? I'm an extrovert so I'm having trouble understanding my introverted friends.
It is possible but no I you want it to bar healthy. You would have to almost stop eating in general and trust me that's no a good way to go

UNITED STATES / OCT 18, 2016 9:33 PM EST

in response to: Can I lose 35 lbs by 03 Feb?
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