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  1. Oh these folks upstairs are trying to get decked. Been banging around for SIX hours straight. Been here 10+ years, loudest neighbors ever. And they SMELL. I will never understand some people's lack of awareness, cleanliness and overall consideration for others.

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    2. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      Not knowing what they are talking about doesn't stop most people from forming opinions with conviction anyway though, so I don't see why it should stop me! :P

       

      You 'aren't a huge fan of snitching'? Okay, first of all, I don't think it's really 'snitching' if you are directly involved. But if you really think that's a good enough reason for dealing with all these sleepless nights, okay then. You are the one who has to deal with it after all not me. Point is, you do have options. You may have reasons for finding them distasteful or otherwise deciding not to do them, but they are there.

       

      Yeah it's healthy to express your anger. It's okay to vent every once and a while. But as much as anger is dangerous, anger is also a tool. It's useful. If you just vent all of it all the time you won't have any left for when you should be angry. At the same time, yeah keeping it always bottled up and never expressing it usually never turns out well.

       

      Anyway, don't you think it's possible that some one with anxiety problems might, maybe without intending to even, fall into a pattern of using their anxiety as sort of a shield to protect them from the consequences of their actions? Do you think it's particularly healthy to hide from confrontation and continue a pattern of behavior that is negatively effecting others?

       

      All that said I think I have been in a weird grumpy mood lately to be honest, so maybe it's better to ignore my shitty advice right now.

    3. Arrpeegeemaker

      Arrpeegeemaker

      Lol what?? Of course I'm gonna ignore the advice! Did you think you were being convincing?

      It's ok lol, yeah honestly I really hate the feeling of telling on someone.

      And I totally get in moods sometimes, but they pass for their own reasons whenever they're ready.

       

      Anyway this is all got a little out of proportion. I'd rather say I feel like decking a guy than actually deck him, because when later when I'm less annoyed and they're less noisy, I don't want to hit him lol, so I do like to exercise the anger.

       

      In a weird way, it was super fun arguing with you. In a weird way. Weirdo 😄

    4. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      It doesn't sound like you ignored it. It sounds like you took it to heart, really looked at what I was saying, and completely rejected it. And really that in of it's self is an unexpected kindness! Thank you for taking me seriously enough to completely shoot me down! I mean it! :3

       

      Hehe, you flatter me. <3 I am to be as weird as I can. :P

       

       

       

       

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