134
By Anonymous - / Monday 14 December 2009 00:28 / United States
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
By  Reality_bites  |  14

I know he's your friend but it appears he really needs professional help. Assuming that you have never discussed being a couple, it now appears that not only is he suffering from depression but he has created a whole fantasy land within his head that you are somehow going out. And that is not a good sign.

Comments
Reply
  acoti  |  0

I agree with the guy above me. OP, get out of there fast. That stuff will ruin your life if you let it get a hold of you. Trust me, I know. I almost lost my friends because of a crazy ex.

By  Reality_bites  |  14

I know he's your friend but it appears he really needs professional help. Assuming that you have never discussed being a couple, it now appears that not only is he suffering from depression but he has created a whole fantasy land within his head that you are somehow going out. And that is not a good sign.

By  xxxNataliexxx  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply
  LilaBear  |  1

noob is just a derivative of 'newb'. A newbie/newb is someone who is new to something and therefore inexperienced and lacking in understanding/knowledge, a noob is someone lacking in understanding/knowledge no matter how much experience they have. Either way they're both lacking in understanding and knowledge and are pretty similar. But, due to the annoying nature of the latter (noob), it is often used as an insult in other areas too. (Like people use "retard" as an insult even to people who aren't actually retarded). So perhaps Natalie, the one who can't spell "you're" and doesn't realise the phrase is "must HAVE" not "must OF" and disparages someone for the misuse of a word when she herself doesn't know it, is the idiot, and should be the one going off to learn what noob means.

Reply
  derekconekt  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply
  _under_score_  |  0

Well, technically the correct and original spelling of that word is 'realise'. However, it all depends on what country/region you are in. As far as I know, the US is the only place in the world that spells it 'realize', so you kinda fail...

Reply
  boatkicker  |  4

So we should all spell it the American way, because derekconekt is from the US. Never mind just spelling things the way they are spelled in the country where the commenter is. Okay, but seriously, it doesn't matter. These British vs. American spelling wars drive me absolutely batty. Both spellings are correct, and anyone from either country can understand the other spelling just fine. Besides, I'm sure half of you don't realize (yes, I'm from the us) some of the differences. How many of you would call me out for using grey instead of gray? Probably none, but 'grey' is the British spelling and 'gray' is the American. Post using whatever spelling you're used to.

Reply
  alitairi  |  18

sorry but OP isn't fucking up his life, especially not if they set him straight on the dating thing. while totally ignoring it would be irresponsible, OP should not feel obligated to go out of their comfort zone, no matter the outcome.

By  LilaBear  |  1

FYL. That sucks. Break up with him anyway. It's his decision to kill himself, not yours. He's essentially blackmailing you and kidnapping your right to make your own personal decisions by saying that.

Reply
  tarana  |  0

I totally agree. I was in a relationship like this and felt trapped, like I had to do anything to make him happy so that he didn't kill himself. I finally realized that it was his choice, not mine, and I wouldn't let him hold my body captive like that, and I broke up with him. He didn't end up killing himself, but even if he did, I wouldn't have felt guilty about it.

Reply
  AngelofMercy  |  0

Yeah....See, funny thing: depressed people don't generally consciously intend to manipulate, and aren't aware of the fact that statements like the aforementioned are inappropriate and selfishly motivated.... If this fellow is using it as a cry for attention, then, hell- get him some professional attention. Anyone that makes a suicidal gesture clearly needs some kind of psychiatric assistance.

Loading data…