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Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« on: February 21, 2018, 10:46 »
mum only has regular milk instead of lactose free milk so i gotta drink my coffee milkless or deal with The Lactose Related Consequences

Forum Games / Re: Whaddya Listening To Version 1.3
« on: February 15, 2018, 21:47 »
lupe fiasco - adoration of the magi

,my fav comment ever is "lupe fiasco is for people who give long-ass answers to questions then get the questionb wrong anyway" liek me too

Random Randomness / Re: Everyday Accomplishments
« on: February 04, 2018, 16:10 »
I finally got a got damn Official ™ diagnosis for fibromyalgia! I went to see a young locum a few times who actually listened and was honest with me. So now it's real and I can say "yes, I have this eat my entire ass DWP."

as i said before my mum has fibromyalgia and... the dwp arent particularly sympathetic still LMAO... i mean we all knew that but.

i cleaned my bathroom like PROPER cleaned it and i put laundry in and when im done with my coffee im gonna get started on a commission or two
so you know... im basically neurotypical

Random Randomness / Re: Where is everybody?
« on: January 30, 2018, 22:35 »
ive got a girlfriend now so i cant associate with virgins any longer thats why i cant come here often

Sun and Moon / Re: What if any Pokemon could be totem sized?
« on: January 14, 2018, 23:23 »
totem sized joltik is a whole 5cm long

Sun and Moon / Re: Odd feeling
« on: January 14, 2018, 23:22 »
i like sumo was really slow on its own. it took like 30 minutes of cutscenes to begin the game. i never got usum for the same reason, i didnt want to play a walking simulator for 4 hours before finally getting to like, 5 hours of gameplay. i personally think it was released too early after sumo as an extra. wasnt sumo just out last year? i feel like the third installations were much later...

plus usum just looked like £40 dlc which didnt interest me.

Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« on: January 01, 2018, 02:01 »
My back's been hurting for at least a year now. I've gone to the docs practically every month and only one did a minor check (said I had good range of movement, like yeah that's what hypermobility does lol) but no one has passed me on. It's getting to the point where my back actually hurts more than the rest of me, and hurts to the point where it's the only thing I can think of (which is like a 9/10 on the pain scale). It's just getting beyond ridiculous now and I hate going back and back and back to the doctors (ha, back) when nothing seems to get done.

It took me 8 years to get a diagnosis for joint hypermobility so I'm not gonna get my hopes up. At this rate I'll be 32 by the time anyone goes "Oh yeah, 8 year long back pain? That's weird."

maybe its not the same thing, but i remember my mum had severe back pain (along with fibromyalgia.... lord) for about 2 years before a doctor referred her for an mri scan. turns out one of her spinal disc?? things?? has completely flattened over the years. so she basically has one less part of her spine. 2 years to get told she MIGHT need an x ray... and for something like that? messy.

but i had a similar issue, not as bad but still messy: my thyroid is broken to the point where i just got it completely removed last month but back in like 2012 it took me almost a year to get someone to figure out why my arms hurt so much. i was in agony every time i moved even slightly it was a shooting pain for like 20 minutes after. as you know you need arms and hands to do most things so i was effed for daily life, and it eventually spread to my upper arms, then my shoulders, until my entire body was just unable to move without being in pain, and to cut a long-ass story short, i eventually got blood tests and got told "oh, you need a higher dose of thyroxine, go from 75mg to 150mg"

like... when someone with hypothyroidism comes to your clinic, saying "hey i have muscle and bone problems" which is an issue in people with hypothyroidism, you generally think "ah, maybe we should run some blood tests"

the worst part is i got blood tests throughout that year but got told nothing was wrong. like... how do you mess that up. sometimes i wonder if paying for healthcare over in america might help more than whatever this is.

Random Randomness / Re: What did you get for Christmas?
« on: January 01, 2018, 01:44 »
neon nintendo switch and super mario odyssey BABY

first time ive had an up to date games console since the first 3ds

Say Hello! / Re: A facepalm for the ages (a re-intro thread)
« on: December 19, 2017, 17:11 »
PETER!!!!!!! it's good to see you

Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« on: December 19, 2017, 17:09 »
"who would pretend to be mentally ill for attention?"

a few people... unfortunately. but writing everyone off as faking it is usually how people end up being miserable in some way. it's better just to roll with it. if they're faking it, they'll realise it's stupid and grow out of it. if not, they'll have a support system.

i faked depression for attention when i was 13. joke's on me, i'd actually been severely depressed since i was 8 and was "faking it for attention" as a result.

Older Main Games / Re: Gold and Silver on Virtual Console soon
« on: September 17, 2017, 19:00 »
its coming out on the 22nd of september and i am......... ready
no price yet though

also pokemon ranger is out on virtual console too, and all the mystery dungeons... i wish i had space on my ds :(

this was a mistake to say im ready for because gw2s new xpac comes out that day... @nintendo why you hate me?

Media / Re: Favourite Youtube videos
« on: September 03, 2017, 02:09 »

Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« on: August 27, 2017, 09:55 »
Omg I got so confused here I thought you were describing your partner until it got to stray and I was like wth this is a very odd description lmao. Sad to hear about her cat tho, a pet dyings like one of the worst feelings ever =/

i havent been able to properly reply to this because every time i read it i start laughing jhfghjgkhlk

Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« on: August 25, 2017, 00:39 »
my partner had to put her cat down
i met him when i visited in march, he was so sweet and cuddly and affectionate. he had a big droopy face bc his teeth were missing. he was definitely an old man, but she got him as an older stray so she doesnt know his real age
its either organ failure or blood problems, and either way she cant afford to treat him. he started acting strange and avoiding food and water a few days ago, but today he was vomiting and wouldnt move, so she took him to the vet and they ran tests and no matter what came back she had to resign herself to putting him down

i guess the worst part is shes 14 hours away so i cant just up and visit her to offer her any help or comfort and words just feel really hollow and useless rn. im gonna miss that cat she loved it more than anything. he was such a sweet and friendly boy.

TV and Movies / Re: What Did You Watch As A Kid?
« on: August 04, 2017, 18:29 »
a majority of the stuff i watched was in gaelic lol

i also watched a lot of swedish/finnish stuff

i watched moomin the most

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