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    I feel lost, and I don’t know what to do.( it’s really really long, sorry)

    Hi NoName! Can I call you Charlotte? I love that name and don't get to use it often enough. All kidding aside, I'm sorry you're having to go through this. Your dad is being (at best) very insensitive towards your feelings. He told you not to cry? Jesus cried. It's in the Bible, Jesus wept...
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    I was thinking, a few hours ago, about something that's been going on the past couple of years. A family member of mine had a very serious illness, and I thought I would lose them, but (thank God) they are doing great now. I thought about how much good and growth had come from the whole...
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    Birthday presents for Kenthomas

    Kenthomas (also known around these parts as 17Bees) has a birthday coming up, and I think we should pick out virtual presents for him. I got him this fabulous taxidermy squirrel, because there was no reason not to: A sink strainer, because it's random: And a mech that comes with a...
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    Kids give their thoughts on marriage

    I saw this online and thought it was funny. Enjoy. Or not. It's up to you. ;)
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    What's the dorkiest song on your playlist?

    ...or rather, the dorkiest song you will admit to having on your playlist. I've got "Let it Go." You may all start unfriending me now. :p
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    The Statue of Liberty

    I think the Statue of Liberty may be some sort of Trojan Horse. Think about it... a large, hollow object, given to us by a foreign country, with the expectation that we will place it in a prominent location. Have we ever scanned that thing for explosives or anything? If anybody takes this...
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    Weird Christmas Decorations

    I make my goldfish wear Santa hats.
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    Do men want women to take the initive when approaching relationships?

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    Streams of Consciousness & Thoughts~~~

    You get 17 billion points if you can tell where I am in this picture. Tangent: I like those flip-flops. In a very roundabout way, they taught me something about love. I got them on clearance at the end of Summer 2014 for 50 cents and wore them all last Summer. They are one of those rare things...
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    Difference between a crush and being in love?

    I have heard it said that crushes are selfish and love is selfless. Some people say that crushes aren't based on reality and you are liking an illusion of the person that you have conjured up in your mind. I have also heard that crushes are infatuations without any devotion or depth. What is...
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    Turning points

    Have you ever had an experience that changed the way you think, or the way you see things? Was it a good change? What brought it about? When I was around 16 or 17, a WWII first person shooter game came out that I absolutely loved. It was a very tactical game, meaning you really had to think...
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    Friendships and emotional attachment

    I would like to hear everyone's opinions, but I hope Cinder will show up and post because I'm bouncing off of something she said a while ago but I can't quote it because I don't remember where it was. :p The basic premise was not to get too close/emotionally attached to a friend of the opposite...
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    Ask PopClick Anything...

    ...except, you know, stuff I might not want to answer. My areas of expertise include (but are not limited to): pyrotechnics, ancient aliens who built the moon, grammar (especially the niche area of who vs whom), and how to milk any animal on earth (with a focus on beavers). Ask away. :p
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    The "take a post out of context" thread

    The purpose of this thread is to take part of somebody's post out of context so that it makes no sense. I'm going to start by picking on KenThomas because of his current signature. The only "rule" to this thread is that it would be nice if you included that little tag on the post that looks...
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    Andrew Chan's letter to his younger self

    Hey everyone, I saw this story online and thought it was very interesting and thought-provoking. Documentary filmmaker says Andrew Chan hoped his story could save the life of at least one person - Andrew Chan was a drug smuggler who was sentenced to death. While he was on death...