BEING TOO GIRLY
When a girl cries, it’s not usually over one thing. It’s built up anger and emotions that she’s been holding in for too long.
My dad's new girlfriend is the woman I am in love with.
There was this girl in our workplace whom I liked the most. She’s pretty, smart, funny and we’re good friends. She’s exactly whom I’ve been looking for. I have been crushing on her since I first laid my eyes on her angelic face. She’s really my proof of saying that Thai ladies are amazing. I tried several times to tell her about how I feel but she would just turn me down right away. I thought she’s not ready to be in a relationship with anyone then. But the truth was, she had been in a relationship with my dad for months. I saw it in my dad’s phone one time. Actually, he was planning to introduce her to me over dinner. I don’t know how to face her. How should I tell my dad? How should I handle them both?
She is so superstitious
I don’t have any problem with our cultural differences, not until she’s practicing these weird stuffs at home. My wife is a Filipina, we met in an asian date tour my brother and I attended to. Our first 6 months was normal. I go to work, she cleans the house, do household chores, takes care for me. Everything was fine, until one day I saw her doing some weird acts. While asking her about it, she told me it’s one of their superstitious beliefs. Like seriously? Does someone still observe these beliefs? It’s the 21st century dude! It’s when I learned to realize that most of her relatives are still observing those practices. Should I stop her? Given she’s in the States now.
REVENGE MOVIES 2018 Official!!
REVENGE’ REVIEW: A BEAUTIFUL, BRUTAL REVELATION IN FRENCH HORROR
The rape-revenge subgenre has grown tedious and tiresome. There is nothing particularly novel or clever about these films, which almost always present the male perspective of a woman’s sexual trauma and envision her enacting some grotesque revenge fantasy. That’s a huge narrative (and social) liberty to take with something as serious as sexual violence, and the prospect of sitting through yet another rape-revenge movie directed by a man is an exhausting one. So it was intriguing, and somewhat exciting, to learn that Revenge was written and directed by a woman.
Coralie Fargeat’s feature directorial debut isn’t only an astonishing, subversive take on tired clichés; it’s also a confidently crafted tale of female survival and rebirth, featuring a fierce performance from Matilda Lutz, and the kind of gorgeous sun-soaked cinematography that would make George Miller swoon. Just when you thought rape-revenge movies had nothing left to say (if they even had anything to say in the first place), along comes Revenge — which transcends mere cleverness with a thoughtful, challenging approach to a worn-out concept.
Jen (Lutz) is a woman you’ve seen around. You might have even made some unfortunate assumptions based on her look: A Los Angeles-bound Lolita with bleach-blonde hair and tanned skin who sucks on lollipops and unapologetically owns her sexuality. This is how Jen is introduced, stepping out of a helicopter in appreciative slow-motion alongside her wealthy — and married — boyfriend, Richard. The pair are spending a weekend at his secluded desert home before he goes off on a hunting trip with a couple of his friends, Stan and Dmitri.
While drinking and socializing the night before the trip, Jen dances with Stan, who repeatedly compliments his friend’s mistress in a manner that could hardly be described as half-joking. The next day, while Richard is out taking care of some business, Stan corners Jen and, in an uncomfortably prolonged scene, demands to know why she doesn’t find him attractive. As Jen politely attempts to deflect his unsettling line of inquiry, Stan’s behavior becomes increasingly aggressive and inevitably morphs into violence.
It’s difficult to describe a rape scene as “delicate,” but Fargeat shoots this horrific sequence with remarkable care and a consideration that has been largely absent from similar films. What’s even more stunning about this scene (and the film as a whole) is that it subverts a familiar, harrowing trope: Revenge is a rape-revenge movie where the rape is the revenge. It is Stan’s twisted retribution for Jen rejecting his advances, and it reflects a painful reality in which male insecurity is a fragile, slippery slope to sexual violence. Dmitri and Richard are not exempt from the narrative: The former witnesses Jen’s rape and chooses to ignore it, while the latter tries to buy her silence with a hefty bank transfer and a relocation halfway around the world.
To these men, Jen’s refusal of their “generous” offer is really a refusal to indulge the misogynist codification of women as nymph-like vessels who exist only to serve and submit to male desires, sexual and otherwise. The trio proceed to chase Jen until she’s cornered, and Richard pushes her off the edge of a cliff, where she’s impaled on the remains of a tree and left for dead.
Other films might end there, but this is just the beginning of what is essentially an origin story; the birth of a woman who passes through trauma and emerges on the other side stronger and, to the horror of men everywhere, more confident than before. Fargeat gracefully uses the language of mythology to track Jen’s rebirth through imagery that offers a stunning contrast between the morbid and the surreal: Jen’s blood drips onto the sand, threatening to drown an army of ants; she races through the desert on a motorbike, her pink star-shaped earrings dangling through her hair, dank and dirty from a traumatic odyssey. She is Jem without her Holograms, barreling down Fury Road. She is a feminine apparition in a misogynistic wasteland.
These descriptions do little justice to Fargeat’s film, which escalates to a blood-drenched finale that rivals its most extreme French horror peers — and yet there’s an absurdity to this confrontation and the futility of Richard’s relentless efforts to force Jen to submit to her assigned role.
The experience of Revenge is similar to watching Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, which showed audiences what it was like to see a superhero movie through the female gaze. Though some of its cinematic subtleties and narrative nuance will inevitably be lost on male viewers, Revenge offers us the distinct privilege to see a rape-revenge film from a true female perspective. Jen’s conversion of trauma into strength is a different kind of superhero story, where power is found in survival, not vengeance — an invaluably instructive parable for the modern age.
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Decided to adopt an orphan
At the age of 35, I’m still single. Everytime I go for dates, it’s either the women dump me or I decide to not continue with my affair towards them. Just a few weeks ago, my grandma has been very persuasive about me marrying soon, or if not, just adopt someone from an orphanage. I don’t know what she’s into but I can sense that she’s really serious about me having a family ASAP. The latter idea of adopting a child caught me. I’ve been living alone in my house and adopting someone might be a good idea. While studying this out and looking for comments about adoption, I saw a testimonial about the advantages of adopting an orphan, plus I’ll get to help someone who’s in need of a home and proper care. That’s when I decided to adopt an orphan. Should I choose for the kid? I don’t know the ways in doing so. I need your advice and critics regarding this. Thanks y’all!
I'm attracted with my dad's fiancee!
I met my dad’s fiancee last friday, the woman he met in a singles latin tour in Colombia last year. Well, she’s beautiful, which is already a fact for Latin women. But I’m attracted to her as well. Man, she’s damn sexy, her curves were perfect, I want her! Unfortunately, my dad’s with her already. What should I do? I want her so bad! But I also don’t want to hurt my dad! Need help!
Naught death does us part . Part 1 #Story.
Part 1 :: A chance Encounter
I used to work at a suicide hotline
You’d be surprised on how many non-suicide calls you can get there.
Sometimes lonely people would call because they were being bullied, depressed, or in an abusive relationship.
Other times we’d get prank calls, or even just disturbing ones.
As operators, even if a creep or a perv calls we can’t just be frank and tell them that no one wants to hear about their... awkward fetishes.
My Center of work as an operator wont be named for understandable reasons...but over the years of volunteering, there has been some calls that has deeply affected me or left me Confounded & none might be said to be as strange as the Incident that I have decided to share.
The Incident began with a girl named Riley.
I was still quite new to operating when the girl named Riley called.
Riley’s case was quite different from the ones I was used to handling (such as prank calls, actual suicide calls, creep calls, etc.).
She had called asking for advice on her suicidal best friend.
Caller: “H-Hi, my name is Riley. Could you help me?”
Me: “Of course, we’re here to help.”
Caller: “I think my friend is suicidal...”
Me: “What makes you think that?”
Caller: ”She... she told me once she wasn’t happy at home. She sometimes gets picked on at school too. But sometimes... sometimes she mentions suicide.
I just want to help her! But I don’t know what to do... I don’t want her to commit suicide, she’s my best friend.”
Riley talked hastily, her nerves showing in her voice.
Me: “Okay, Riley?I can call you Riley, right?”
Caller: ”Oh, sure.”
Me: “Okay, Riley, let’s not jump to conclusions right away. Has your friend been acting strangely?”
Caller: ”Um, kind of? She’s avoiding me. Avoiding everyone, really.
She doesn’t respond to calls or texts from me or anyone, it’s like she doesn’t exist outside of school.
She quit art club, which she loves... or used to anyways.
I’m worried because she’s never done anything like this?completely shutting down.”
Me: “Have you tried speaking to her about this?”
Caller: “No... I’m scared that she’d distance herself more, or hate me.”
Me: “And why would she hate you for worrying about her?”
Caller: ”Yeah, you’re right. But how would I bring up the topic though?”
Me: “Remember, hypothetically your friend might also be afraid of being hated and avoided by you too.”
Caller: ”So she doesn’t get hurt?”
Me: “Yes, you could say it in that way. But this is just hypothetically.”
Caller: ”OK, I get it. I think I know how to talk to her. Thanks so much for listening. I think I just needed someone to listen to my worries.”
Me: “No problem, good luck with your friend.”
Caller: ”Wait, can I have your name so I can maybe talk to you again?”
Me: “Oh, we generally aren’t allowed to, but ask for the name Jenny the next time you call and I’ll try to be with you again.”
Caller: ”Okay, thanks, miss! Have a good day.”
That was Riley’s first call.
I was quite proud of myself for being useful to someone, but my conversation with Riley was soon forgotten as I carried on taking calls.
About a month passed by normally,well as much normal as it can get in a place like the Center, until Riley’s next call.
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Part 2 :: For whom does the Bell Toll :It tolls for thee. : https://chatrooms.talkwithstranger.com/topic/19257/naught-death-does-us-part-part-2-story
Do you believe in online LOVE? why or why not?
A person cannot fall in love with someone he or she has never met in person. You can chat for hours, days, even months or years online, and that includes Facetiming. You can really, really, really get to know someone, and the potential for real love can certainly be present. In other words, online chatting is a very real way to connect and decide if there are possibilities for the two of you. But, the bottom line is, an online relationship just isn’t the real thing. Until the two of you get your bodies into the same room for a certain amount of time, you won’t know if you love each other.
Some might disagree with me, but here is the question I have. How can two people be in love if they have never touched each other? I’m not talking about sex, I’m referring to simply feeling the other’s skin. How about smell? There is a certain warmth and smell to someone that comes from being close, burying your nose in her neck, the smell of her hair, the smell of her skin. Can’t get that via Facetime.
How can two people be in love when their lips have never touched? Isn’t a kiss oftentimes the magic that helps you realize you’ve found true love? (or maybe this kiss makes you realize the opposite-that you aren’t in love.) And, can you really say you’re in love with a person whose hand you have never held or whose breath you have never breathed in?
Also, falling in love means spending a significant amount of time with someone, not pre-scheduling Facetime meetings where you can look your best and get into the perfect mental state to talk. Being in love means experiencing the vulnerability of him or her seeing you at your worst, both physically-meaning the times you have bedhead or when you have a terrible cold, and mentally, if you just lost your job or heard a family member was ill.
Despite the fact that online chats or Facetiming can include meaningful conversations, both can put you in situations where you are well prepared. True love exists when you are the opposite of prepared, when you are a mess, when you have a fit, or when you cry uncontrollably.
Think about it. When someone sends you a text, you have as long as you need or want to respond. Therefore, there is no authenticity or spontaneity in the conversation. In Facetiming, you can set up the lighting and background, and make yourself look as attractive as you’d like. If a person is self-conscious about his/her body, they can hide it. If he has a receding hairline, he can wear a baseball cap. If she has a scar, she can easily hide it. Can’t do that in person.
On a real date, both people have the luxury of looking at EVERYTHING. Hands, toes (if she’s wearing sandals), legs, arms, hair, smile, teeth, and most importantly (to me) eyes.
How can someone fall in love without looking into the other’s eyes? I think it’s impossible.
Also, in person dating allows the people to eventually see where and how the other lives, from the neighborhood to the smell of the inside of his/her home to the person’s bed. There are a million little things that make us fall in love, and most of those aren’t present during an online situation.
In closing, there is nothing wrong with online dating, in fact it’s a great way to start a relationship. But no way is it possible to fall in love until you spend some real time in the other’s arms. I will say one other thing. You might look back and realize you were in love before you met in person, but honestly, you will never really know if that was the case.
Dating is scary, and many people feel more comfortable hiding behind the conveniences of modern day technology. These technologies take away what most of us fear most in dating: vulnerability. It is such a shame because anyone who has ever really been in love will tell you that if you have the guts to be vulnerable and show the other person who you really are, and the person accepts and loves you with all of your flaws, there’s really no better feeling in the world. And that just can’t happen online.
My wife's pregnant and she's acting weird
So yeah, I’m having this big concern with my wife now. She’s pregnant and acting really weird these days. I don’t know if it’s normal but I really want to know your side about this. She’s two months pregnant, and of course, I’m so happy with the news. The singles latin tour I attended a year ago have helped me get married to the woman I learned to love and became my wife. But let’s go back to the concern, what should I do?
Simply normal-1st chapter ‘Brooke’s Routine’
She wakes up to the sound of the alarm buzzing in her ear. Brooke was the only one in the house who use an alarm clock besides her dad. It was her job every morning to wake up her brother and mother. Crawling out of bed, she grabs her robe and turns off the alarm before letting her warm feet touch the freezing floor. It had just turned December so the weather was almost unforgivably freezing. Carefully reaching in her dresser beside Her bed she grabs a pair of socks and puts them on. She walks to her brothers room and opens the door, “Happy 17th Birthday John. Now it’s time for you to get up.” He just grunts and rolls over as he usually does in the morning.
She walks down the hall and into the kitchen to make her mom a pot of coffee. Her mom is a simple woman. Make her coffee in the morning she can function durring the day, but if you don’t make her coffee her whole day will be messed up. After after fixing to pot to make coffee she begins her normal routine. Brushing her teeth,getting dressed, doing her hair. It was just a normal school day to her. When her mom wakes up in the morning she wakes up her little sister, Taylor. Brooke Loved Taylor to death. She was there helping her mom raise Taylor as soon as she was born. Out of nowhere brookes mom says, “Brooke, could you put these clothes on Taylor as I do Johns hair he seems to not be old enough to know how to do it on his own.” Brooks Moma was a very sarcastic woman always making sure her and her siblings were on track. “Yeah mom.” Brooke replys as she’s already dressing Taylor. Only a few seconds pass by when she begins to hear her mother and her brother arguing about how his hair is suppose to look. Brooke shoved it off because it happens every time when her mom tries to fix his hair. Grabbing Taylor’s hand, she walks into the kitchen and grabs her little lunch box. “Taylor, I’ll make your lunch today. Whatcha wanna eat?” Taylor reply’s sweetly, “Can you make me a cheese sandwich like mommy does? And can I have some chips and maybe a brownie? Mommy puts chips and brownies every time!” Brooke giggles at how adorable her baby sister is and smiles with the reply on, “of course!” Making the sandwich carefully she cuts off the crust and puts a slice of cheese in the middle. Taylor never really favored much meet. It concerns her when she eats something that once had a face. After finishing packing her lunch her mom and brother end up being finished with their arguement. John comes out the bathroom with slicked back hair and a angry face and brook tries to hold back a laugh. “Moma I made Taylor her lunch for you.” Brooke says trying to break the awkward silence due to the arguement. Her mother says, “thank you are you all ready to go?” Brooke and Taylor nod but John stays all sulked up and mad, not wanting to answer. As they walk to the truck to head to school Brooke says to John, “Don’t let this hair innocodent mess up your whole day I hope you have a good birthday.”
Getting into the car it’s a normal ride to school. Everyone quiet not paying much mind to all the things said on the radio. Only thinking about what to do during the day at school. Brooke had a phone but she only had her parents and her best friend’s phone number and her and her friend had an arguement the night before, so this morning the two of them didn’t text much. Her best friends name was Sky. Brooke and sky had always been best friends since kindergarten. Everyone said they hung out so much that they looked like sisters. As they arrive to the school something seems off...