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  1. @OnceMore you are very young, with a long life ahead of you. This 4 year period is just a small setback, a warning to change direction. If you listen carefully to your heart, you'll change direction and do well in life. Love and hugs.
  2. Creepy is better than evil.
  3. Yes, José is neither here nor there. He is everywhere, but nowhere.
  4. @Nahm are you trolling? Considering a mentally unstable person just got banned from the forum, suggesting repeated use of drugs to a young audience is irresponsible.
  5. This thread belongs in the "Serious Emotional Problems" section. To all who supported this poor guy's delusions with posts and following, shame on you. You made a mentally ill person's life worse.
  6. @Prabhaker You are the one who claims to be an Indian man living in India. The burden of proof is on you! Your devotion to a cult which poisoned 751 people in the attack in Oregon led by a sick man, tells me more about you than your real persona or location. I am talking about your blind following and parroting of a sick man (Osho) obsessed with a monster (Hitler), an old fool of a man who admired and mentioned Adolf Hitler 82 times in his "From Death to Deathlessness" ramblings. This is an example: "In fact, Adolf Hitler’s violence with the Jews was far more peaceful, because he killed people in the most up-to-date gas chambers, where you don’t take much time. Thousands of people can be put in a gas chamber, and just a switch is pressed. Within a second you will not know when you were alive and when you died. Within a second, you evaporate. The chimneys of the factory start taking you, the smoke – you can call it the holy smoke – and this seems to be a direct way towards God. The smoke simply goes upwards." - Osho
  7. "male fallopian tubes", are they above the mangina? Dr José and his unique knowledge of human anatomy...
  8. Q: What's the ultimate rejection? A: When you're masturbating and your hand falls asleep. Dad: Hey son, if you keep masturbating your going to go blind. Son: Dad I'm over here. Q: What did the banana say to the vibrator? A: "What are you shaking about, it's me she's going to eat." Q: What do you call a ninety year old man who can still masturbate? A: Miracle Whip.
  9. José admit it, you have lost your mind already.
  10. What if someone needs castrating? I am talking about a big spiritual egotistic who spends all his time parroting the materialistic guru he worships blindly. But on the very few times that he has anything original to post, its all about his hatred for love and marriage and his hatred for women.
  11. No. Real Buddhist monks don't do that. The problem is that any criminal in Asia can (and do) put on an orange robe, and call themselves a monk. An orange robe is a way for psychopaths to escape justice.
  12. Bună ziua Dl. Arnăutu, Dan Daman Dan Aile Dan Dat Dan'n Dusted
  13. I am normally a very shy person, and not very good at opening up to strangers. But now I find myself in a dark place. This has given me the bravery to ask here for your advice. Over the past years I have been attracted to "bad" guys. Life's lesson was teaching me what I really need, by first offering me what I don't. Now I am in a stage of my life ready to start a family, so I don't want anymore of that pain. A few months ago I became aware of a very nice man through his online persona. Slowly, I became more and more enamored with him as I got to know his mind and feel his heart through his posts. So finally a few weeks ago I built some courage, and took the big step (for me) and approached him. I wanted us to get to know each other a little bit better, and secretly hoping something deeper could grow from our contact. As time went by, it appeared to me as if we could fall in love at any moment. This man lives on the other side of the world from me. So as we talked last night, I hinted that I could travel and visit him there sometime. Being enthusiastic and naive, I expected him to be warm to this thought. But instead his response was cautious and a bit distant. In that moment the world crashed around me. It left me breathless with this painful broken heart, this terrifying and dark loneliness that has since paralyzed me. My reaction to this pain has been to run away to a quiet corner, and cry away all of my tears. This unbearable sadness has such a hold on me... I am in such a dark place right now, and cannot find my way out. Please, if you have some advices that could help this stupid girl... Please forgive me for this self-indulgent post. I know that there are people with darker problems which deserve much more attention than mine. But now that I have shown my heart, my shame is too great and so this is my last post. Much love and hugs Zuzana
  14. Thank you . @Loreena My old profile photo is similar.
  15. My friends in Amsterdam think I am crazy for flying so far for just one weekend. But I had to meet this guy, or be stuck with the "what if?" curse for the rest of my life. On the way from the airport, beautiful first gf Lena takes the front seat of the scooter. Shopping in colorful Thailand is very special, it can distract any mind from sad thoughts. Boys. Give them a snake and they can keep entertained for hours! Sharing a tasty green curry at the night market. *Sharing life* is so good... Proost! Our first serious conversation. Me: "So José, can we make something work, together?" Him: "Long distance, painful attachments, I'm not good for you, I don't exist, you don't exist, blah, blah, blah..." I'm the brave one on the left, the one not scared by hugs. This image is burned in my mind forever. Child-like José living his life in the moment, in beautiful nature. And forever by his solitary self. ... I had to know... I followed my Heart and I don't regret anything. Except maybe hiding my tears at the airport. All my love, Zuzana
  16. Thank you for all your support, specially in all the private messages. I have packed my bags and now heading to Schiphol. I am meeting this guy this weekend in Thailand to see what happens. Wish me luck!
  17. You funny guy, I know who that really is. That is Super Mario without the mustache.
  18. @username you are projecting your fear of the unknown into others. And I also think you would not be as rude in a face to face conversation. I am similar to @MsNobody. I am not afraid of death but very afraid of wasting my life, and also afraid of pain. My intuition is that a painless death without regrets is just like falling into regular sleep, but without waking up again into this dream. Is there really anything to fear?