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Naww.. Here's a virtual hug from across the ocean.. I hope you feel better, things will fall into place eventually. :)

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Better yet, smoke a little herb and work out. Well work out, then smoke. You'll release all your stress and be in a great mood for the rest of the day.

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Rub one out, smoke a blunt, wash away the pasties with a bottle of Gin, do a couple pushups and take a nap. That covers all your bases, so it's practically guaranteed to work. You're welcome.

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21- if you didn't smoke so much herb you'd remember what order to go in. ;) But, all in all, I agree with everyone Op! Workout, have a drinky poo (or smoke), masterbate and then have a relaxing nap. That's my favorite kind of day.

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103 for a second I thought you were saying to drink some poo. I was incredibly confused before I realized my mistake.

Naww.. Here's a virtual hug from across the ocean.. I hope you feel better, things will fall into place eventually. :)

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Welcome to FML, P374RD3D. You're gonna need The Grammar Book, Dictionary, Thesaurus and, probably, an Encyclopedia on hand; you've entered the land of genius smart-asses, and vice versa. Change your name or you will be brutality slaughtered by the Grammar Nazis. Seriously. Also, on an aside, my phone suggested Nabisco in place of Nazis. Even my phone doesn't want to bring up WW2. Nope, let's talk cookies and crackers! Go ahead and thumb me down.

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3 -You have crossed the barrier into being totally unfunny and making rude, unnecessary remarks that no one cares about. Congratulations.

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#3 has a shit name but he has a point. Pity and sympathy isn't going to resolve anything, OP needs to realize his failures in life and work towards a resolution. Good job #3 in telling OP the cold hard truth.

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#112- That is terrible advice. Sometimes you just need a good cry. It doesn't make you weak nor does it mean you're having a pity party. It relieves stress. Also, focus on your triumphs and not your failures. Everybody has their shortcomings, but you can use your strengths to compensate or learn to overcome. Don't focus so much on the negative. End of rant.

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I'm not sure how op did it, but I am sure that only a jackass would say op did it. Everyone has a nutso breakdown occasionaly. It's just a fact. Sometimes, life can really suck :D

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In this case does it really matter? Op obviously didn't deserve or do it to themselves. Obviously op is stressed. Congrats on trolling. :D

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Obviously everyone knows that to troll you need at least one bridge and three billy goats gruff.

Instead of breaking down like that, talk to someone about your feelings and try to enjoy your life a little

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why can't OP do both? obviously they have some deep-seated self esteem issues, which definitely hurts enough to cry about. they never said they were not going to face their problems as well.

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Not only those with self esteem issues will cry. It's a universal reaction to stress, anguish, etc.

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Even when the "problem" is getting solved, the stress can still happen. a workout is my drug of choice also.

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46 - im assuming OP has self esteem problems because they were thinking they're pathetic for crying. o:

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Bobissmall - I'm surprised you didn't read my comment #76 where I fully acknowledge that crying can reduce stress. Now kindly hop off my nuts. Your trolling attempt has failed again.

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I agree with Doc. From the FML it doesn't sound like OP was so upset that (s)he just started crying. (S)he was being dramatic and trying to force tears. Get over it.

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Purposely crying is a bit weird, but I find when major things happen that make me stressed sometimes I cry, like when I don't make a team I really wanted to make or do bad on a test. Point is if your going to cry about something don't do it forever and don't mope about it forever just do what you need to do to make things better, you dont get anywhere crying but sometimes for a short time you just have to let it out,

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Doc why you always dismiss people who prove you wrong as failed trolls? You seem to be an asshole who won't admit it.

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Yeah, op take a few deep breaths and sow that shit. ANY emotion from a man is a sign of weakness. And then people will wonder why you snapped and killed 30+ people because of your unresolved emotional problems.

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You think calming down is a bad idea, as opposed to further upsetting yourself? Sounds like you could use some of my advice. Relax. Breathe.

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Just for clarification, I never said it was weak for a man to cry. I've told women to "man up" before. It simply means to stop feeling sorry for yourself, get up, and conquer your obstacles, because no one else is going to do it for you. Nothing boosts self-confidence like overcoming your insecurities on your own. I speak from personal experience.

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47 - And that's just the problem your PERSONAL experience isn't universal. Some peolple are working through their problems and trying hard, it's not about feeling sorry for yourself its about releasing stress and for somepeople crying does that it's cathartic.

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Both of you are right. Yes crying does help some people (including me) when they're really stressed and just want to 'let it all out.' After that's done, you 'man up' and deal with your problems with a light head. =)

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Everyone and then there is nothing like crying and beating up a pillow to recharge. Little kids have it right. Well for those that that method works for. Sometimes you can't change what is stressing you and before you can change how you are reacting to it a brain dump is required.

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63, I have seen the effects of Vasilisa's suggestion, however personal, reproduced on a significant enough number of people for me to say that it seems to apply to a large number of people. I have also seen the other extreme, which works out significantly worse. I would say that a balance isn't quite the answer here - in my opinion, it should be a little closer to "manning up". It's ok to feel sorry for yourself occasionally and cry about it, but overdo it by just a tiny amount and you

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Reddudeover, why are you so hostile? You wouldn't happen to be OP by chance, would you? Because you're acting a little too defensive for it to not raise my suspicions. Of course my experiences are personal. Brilliant deduction. Hence why I'm offering my suggestions, which worked for me. It's obvious that OP's methods aren't working to his advantage. Stop trying to pick a fight with everyone here, it's growing tiresome.

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Tell that to the parents of a teen who was bullied and didn't just "man up", but instead killed themselves. Or the one that did and was subsequently harmed. I'm not saying the answer is simple (I don't think you're saying that either), it's very nuanced. But crying and feeling sad about the situation you're in isn't diametrically opposed to trying to get out of it. That might just be your way of coping.

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Well I can't do that, can I? They're dead. If you care to read this, this is what I mean by 'manning up' : I myself was cruelly bullied for a great portion of my life, for every reason imaginable. I was a foreigner living in a very xenophobic town, and had a hard time communicating. I was also living in a violent and abusive home for my entire life. No one to go to. My friends treated me cruelly, my teachers didn't give a shit, and I could go on and on with my sob story, but I'll get to the re

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Longest post I've ever seen and all this has been futile because we agree in the first place. I don't think someone should stay down, that's why they're crying, crying doesn't have to be a completely depressing sad thing. Tears of joy, "crying" from laughter, crying and getting all of the pain out so they can turn around and "man up". I've always felt renewed on the rare occasions where I do cry and just get all that's eating me up out. I've even laughed afterward both at me

Ok. This is weird, but we just did Yoga in chemistry.. Try it. Meditation and Yoga helps so much, in my opinion. No, I'm not crazy... O.o

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Sitting still only gives me time to think, which is guaranteed to get my anger stoked. The only long term cure for stress is to eliminate the cause. Now to ponder a method that doesn't involve a shotgun and the trunk of a Cadillac.

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The only way to get to the long term cure is with the aid of several short term cures. The point of Yoga and meditation is to clear your mind, so you don't think about killing people. With your mind free of negative thoughts, you build up your tolerance to negative outside stimuli. Thus the path to your goals opens up, and the obstacles seem far less threatening and easier to conquer.

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I see now, I'm doing it wrong. It's a scary, scary place in my mind, letting it plot is a bad thing. Clearing the mind is a good thing, but I need to do something familiar and repetitive, like working the forge, so I can let my mind wander without my hands wanting someone to choke.

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