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About Matthew

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  • Birthday 09/05/1992

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  1. Why do guys do this?...

    Hey, waiters can have girlfriends, the fact that we don't is pure coincidence... Anyway I think the only explanation is that your gaze has a Cupidic effect and you should embrace your power and make eye contact with people everywhere you go.
  2. You guys have different values (at least in this one area) and radically different sex drives. I'm sure some people can work past that and have healthy relationship but for me those two things would make it a non-starter. Neither of you has to be in the wrong, you may just not be good fits for each other.
  3. Random Thoughts

    I like the green and white, pretty sweet
  4. Random Thoughts

    What is disrespectful about the kneeling NFL players? They're protesting an issue they believe needs changing and want America to be better. That seems patriotic. Why is one's conduct during the singing of the national anthem seen as such a significant indicator of one's level of patriotism? How does protesting the way they are protesting mean they aren't grateful they live here and proud of other aspects of their country? It seems weird to me that NFL games are used so much as a stage for patriotism anyway. I think it's partly a marketing ploy because their target demographic likes patriotic displays. Personally, I don't like to say the pledge of allegiance because it feels cult-ish and I feel like having the national anthem sung at every single sports event is over-using it. Doesn't mean I'm not glad I popped out of a vagina here, but it seems weird to me to be ultra-patriotic towards any particular nation. I'm all for boycotting the NFL though. I lost interest in football, and I can't watch anymore without thinking about all the brain trauma anyway.
  5. Sometimes I wish we didn't delete users' accounts except in special circumstances, but I can't say I'm sad he's gone. He always annoyed me but I never felt like engaging with him. He'd probably just call me an effeminate (the alt-right-christian way of saying "faggot" I guess) libtard heathen or something.

    Nice try. You're not going to murder me that easy!
  7. Marrying a 16 Year Old Girl?

  8. Melancholy Music

    Listened to this album a lot before I actually paid attention to the lyrics of this song
  9. I think it's more common for waiters to abstain from other things because waiting tends to line up with conservative belief systems that believe in abstaining from other things. I drink occasionally and primarily to get drunk because I enjoy it and it knocks the edges off, allowing me to make friends and bonds I wouldn't have been able to otherwise. It also leads to some hilarious moments. I hope to try other recreational drugs as the opportunities present themselves. I've been abstaining from sugary food for almost a year and a half and have lost like 40 lbs. Plan to abstain from sugary foods for the rest of my life, as I'm pretty much an addict and it's been the best health-decision of my life to cut them out.
  10. Welcome back! I'm not too active any more, and a lot of the people from back in the day seem to either have left or just lurk these days. For me I just got busy with life and haven't had time or energy to post when I do happen to visit the site, and just drifted apart from everyone I used to talk to. Cool to hear things are good for you. I hear that. lol. I'll occasionally stumble upon one of my old posts and it's cringe city. Even sometimes when I still agree with my past self.
  11. Why I Don’t Hug Girls: Part 1

    This guy sounds like he needs a hug.

    Pretty sure always being the initiator sucks for everyone. Ashley could have let Jake be the initiator at the beginning and still ended up at the exact same place 10 years later. Plenty of men (and women) stop "chasing" at some point, even if they were the initiator at first. It takes two, at the beginning and ten years later. I don't think it's smart to look at two relationships and make sweeping generalities about life and gender and relationships. This just looks like the author picked a couple situations that fit their worldview and made a cookie-cutter post out of it.
  13. Becoming an Atheist

    I've called myself an atheist for about 4 years now and started doubting about 2 years before that. The doubt hit me all of a sudden but going from that to accepting that I didn't believe anymore and moving on was definitely a drawn out and often painful process. I'm happier now and hope to one day soon be more open with my family and friends about it without feeling weird. (Former Christian; raised Christian from birth to college) For me the most interesting and toughest part has been having to figure out all of my beliefs, morals, etc. from scratch without a guide or dogma to start from. Worth it though in my opinion. Good luck with your new outlook and, no offense to others, congrats!
  14. deleted topics

    She deleted those topics herself, which wasn't possible before the forums were updated. I couldn't figure out how to take that ability away or restore the deleted topics. Will probably be a job for Mike
  15. Supermoon!

    I always read about these things while at work and forget about them at night... Need to start setting an alarm or something.