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53 that is a great idea. I always thought bubble wrap was the best kind of therapy. For the depressed, the sadistic, and the insane. Bubble wrap it'll save your life.

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Therapy for depression is retarded. I knew exactly what she was gonna tell me before I even went in. "Go out and do things you really enjoy doing and have fun." well that's kinda the point of depression it's not so easy to enjoy doing shit.

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@#137: I know how you feel. When I was at my worst during my depression, I struggled getting out of bed almost every day. I ended up failing an entire semester of university because I struggled just getting to class. When I finally got the motivation to go to the doctor, I told her about my lack of motivation and that I was scared that I'd stop looking after myself alltogether if my depression got any worse. Her response? "Well you know what helps depression? Take a walk every day in the su

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youtube- asdf movie 1. first clip: hehe, got ye nose :) - *cops enter the room* -"watch out he's got a nose !! " *bang bang, bang bang bang !*

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29, Bubble wrap is a source of delightful entertainment that is almost pleasing to everyone. Whenever I find a scrap I feel like a child again. So to not even have the drive to enjoy one of life's bubbly pleasures is danmed awful. I shed a tear for you OP.

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I feel even more sorry for people who work at bubble wrap factories. Imagine the willpower needed to stop yourself popping every last bubble...

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*Gasp* you didn't pop bubble wrap?!You OP are beyond help*faints in feminine manner* (just kidding op you'll be fine)

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I'm sorry but misspelling "Soul" is just too impossible. That was intentional, right? Please tell me that was intentional.

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If you pop bubble wrap it can help like therapy in a way. Doing something soothing that you take your time with. You should really try to pop it!

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Its heart breaking! I would not want to live in the hell that is the world where bubble wrap cannot make me happy :(.

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4, I wish I could down vote you more than once. You have little reason to laugh at someone else's problems, regardless of how insignificant they may seem.

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That sad moment when #4 takes the role of #1, and becomes a dumbass. Do you have any idea how sad it is if you don't want to pop bubble wrap?

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77- You're completely right. You're growing out of childish ways. I used to pop EVERY single sheet of bubble wrap I saw. Until I grew up. And I'm not depressed. I don't really think this is an FML. It's horrible OP is depressed, but bubble wrap shouldn't even be a factor. I'm entitled to my own opinion.

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77- I agree with you. It's sad OP is depressed, but bubble wrap shouldn't have anything to do with it. I used to pop every sheet of bubble wrap I saw, then I grew out of childish ways. That doesn't mean I'm depressed.

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I think your facial expression totally goes with the comment. You look shocked/sent into your own downward spiraling depression to hear that someone could be so depressed. :P

I'm sorry, OP. I know that feeling. But just remember that life does get better. You never know when something awesome will happen in your life!

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