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Eeyore 15/08/25(Tue)23:06 No. 4537 ID: a677ef
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Who's that girl and why does she make you sad /grim/ ?

I just can't stop thinking about her. In a few weeks it'll have been a year. In another few it will be her and her boyfriends' anniversary.


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Ariel 15/08/26(Wed)00:28 No. 4538 ID: f4821e

It may sound as a clichè but it's been proven scientifically that time is an important factor in these matters. Time doesn't really heal but makes you think less and less about a certain person and time spent together, until one day you realise that person is past.
You may not have the will to go out with somebody else but that's 0k. Just concentrate on your stuff and let time do the rest.


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Eeyore 15/08/28(Fri)18:33 No. 4540 ID: ad09a6

>>4537
>>4537
She made me smile. Maybe I feel sad about her because the fact that I'd like to hit her (with my hands) by seeing that dress.

post No. 4538 is great...


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Eeyore 15/09/03(Thu)04:37 No. 4550 ID: 0fb81b

>>4540
Can you please be thankful that you're straight and just shut the fuck up? Imagine having to deal with being nature's accident and wanting to stick your wiener up a dude's butt. This is my issue.

Just think, "Hey, I'm straight. I am normal. None of it matters." You're set to go!


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Eeyore 15/09/03(Thu)15:00 No. 4551 ID: 3a8b49

>>4550
So what? Just move away from whatever hick town you're living in and fuck cute traps for the rest of your days.


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Eeyore 15/09/04(Fri)06:46 No. 4554 ID: 0fb81b

>>4552
"Living a great life" is subjective. Altho I'm not on the brink of being homeless, I don't agree with society and their way of life and values.


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Eeyore 15/09/05(Sat)23:27 No. 4556 ID: 8e630e

>>4550
Oh, poor you, being, essentially, the luckiest part of LGBTQIA.

Imagine having a dick you don't want.

>>4554
Who, on these kind of places, does?


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Eeyore 15/09/06(Sun)11:48 No. 4559 ID: 1d9efc

>>4556

They sell scissors even at the dollar-store. I can't solve my problems that easily.


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Eeyore 15/09/06(Sun)17:39 No. 4560 ID: 343445

>>4559
If it was only that easy...

Where are you from?


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Eeyore 15/09/07(Mon)00:45 No. 4561 ID: 3a8b49

>>4559
Don't be a silly cunt, anon.


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Eeyore 15/09/07(Mon)22:21 No. 4564 ID: c792f7

>>4550
>>4550
pls be in virginia


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Eeyore 15/09/08(Tue)06:00 No. 4565 ID: e9f8b4

I had two that I could have had. They were into me, I know this from friends and personal experience. I was too afraid of any kind of passionate human interaction, so I pushed both of them away. One is married now, and the other is in a healthy relationship with another.


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Eeyore 15/10/03(Sat)09:37 No. 4603 ID: 199957

I've never had any girl in my life
I've never been close to anyone, let alone a girl


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Eeyore 15/10/05(Mon)21:46 No. 4607 ID: a3e7cd

I have lived semi-segregated for most of my life so i had my delayed first teenage crush not long ago as a 20 year old.


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Eeyore 15/10/07(Wed)13:09 No. 4609 ID: e38eba

Former best friend that I met when I was 11. We ended up living in different cities. Then dating for a while. We were so in love.

Then she fell out of love. The last time we spoke was on her birthday, October 9th, 2014. We broke up in the August of that year.

She moved halfway across the country with a guy she met in November of the same year. This happened last month. It's taking every ounce of my strength to prepare myself not to text her "Happy birthday"

I loved her more than I loved any other woman. I hated her more than I hated any other woman. Then I stopped caring, or so I thought. Maybe I started thinking of her again because of... It's -that- time of the year, I guess.


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Eeyore 15/10/15(Thu)08:08 No. 4624 ID: e9f8b4

Because she left and married the person I dislike


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Eeyore 15/10/18(Sun)19:46 No. 4627 ID: fb12e8

She makes me sad because she won't be mine. Boohoo. Anyway, I don't think about her as much anymore, not since getting on my SNRI's. Because fuck these feelings.


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Eeyore 15/10/18(Sun)21:38 No. 4629 ID: a04c1e

I still think about her, and its been 13 years. I've been married and divorced and married again in that time. She's been married for 5 years.
I love her, well, at this point probably just the fantasy of her. She loved me too, or thought she did for a time. I fucked it up because I was young and dumb, or maybe it was never meant to be.

Anyway, it never gets any easier.


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Eeyore 15/10/20(Tue)05:57 No. 4633 ID: 8c5a61

Had a shot but stayed with someone I don't even care about because it was easy. Now she goes out with scum. Then again, I too am a horrible person.


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Eeyore 16/02/04(Thu)04:52 No. 4748 ID: 8f867a
4748

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She used to love me. I was her hero. She was a damaged, fearful person, And I was one of the only people in the world she truly cared about. And she did, deeply.

I'm an alcoholic, and I let her down too many times. Now she hates the air that I breathe. She was the one thing in my life I swore to love and protect. No matter how many other things I fucked up, as long as she was there and she was happy it was all good.

And I failed her.


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Eeyore 16/06/11(Sat)07:40 No. 4934 ID: f41dab

Had a crush on her for four whole years. Finally ask her out. She has a boyfriend. She kisses me anyway. I'll never forget it. They've been together for a year. I still constantly think about her excessively.


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Eeyore 16/06/19(Sun)09:19 No. 4945 ID: 627a23

>>4748
I understand that feeling.


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Eeyore 16/06/22(Wed)16:21 No. 4946 ID: 93a320

This belongs on rage and baww, stop diluting the board you mediocre shits. Unrequited love is not grim, it's you being a preteen.


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Eeyore 16/06/30(Thu)08:33 No. 4951 ID: 759123

I've visited this thread multiple times over the past months, spent time writing paragraphs, but always end up closing the tab and trying to forget about it. Still can't bring myself to put it into words


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Eeyore 16/06/30(Thu)19:17 No. 4953 ID: 72c3b5

>>4951
go to /rnb/ and just let go; you don't have to get the words right.


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Eeyore 16/07/10(Sun)02:39 No. 4956 ID: f59a98
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>>4946
>It's just for generally miserable shit


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Eeyore 16/07/16(Sat)19:52 No. 4967 ID: edec6d

Lost the love of my life as soon as I got her - due to circumstances almost completely out of my control. Wasted the best chance I had at getting her back, and destroyed the rest of my life in other misguided attempts to fix the situation.

The fallout: my only real friend gone (we were going to be business partners - he left the country for good), my parents back to being near divorce (just when my father was finally showing signs of respecting me and my mother's mental illness was beginning to heal), my sister raped, my other sister breaking off her engagement with her first non-abusive partner (who was like a mentor to me), and the woman I would have married by now not caring less if I dropped dead.

Oh, and did I mention a college education and future career down the drain, along with a $14500+ debt accrued for ultimately no real reason? Which will take me years to pay off with the dead end job I'm stuck in...

(I'm a real winner, aren't I?)

One day I had everything, the next I had nothing. I thought I could finally have some happiness after all these years of bullshit, but I guess not. All that's left for me now is to wait out the next couple of decades, die in regret, and end up in hell. I'd commit suicide, but then my sister would be alone in the world and my cousin would kill himself too.


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Eeyore 16/07/26(Tue)08:15 No. 4974 ID: 41f3a0
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I tried to reply to this thread twice, wrote down a whole bunch on shit each time, but ended up deleting it all.

There was this girl I was crushing on hard during Highschool. She was new to the school, even though we were months from graduating. She became a part of my circle of friends. When summer came, we did everything together. Every single day in my small, boring town. It was like the beginning of those cliche summer movies with teenagers. When summer ended, only one other person from my group went to college with me. After that, we all just drifted apart. The sad thing is, they probably thought nothing of it. They all made new friends and made memories with them, while I just kind of waited for something good to happen alone. She moved far away, only to come back months later. She started dating some punk I hated during highschool. I enlisted in the Army, and when I got back from training, found out he became a Ranger and married her.

This all happened years ago, but I still think about it for some reason. It was my dream since I was young to become a Ranger, marry a girl, and travel. I guess having my dream stolen like that realized I'm not the unique snowflake I thought I was.


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Eeyore 16/08/07(Sun)11:01 No. 4985 ID: efb227

Never had so much as a crush on a girl because I've never so much as talked one on one with a single one in my life

Feels fucking good man


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Eeyore 17/03/20(Mon)09:37 No. 5348 ID: cc4b82

She is someone I love, there are songs that make me see her when I listen to them. She is lovely, fun to be with.

I did confess my feelings to her.

But she is straight.


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Eeyore 17/03/22(Wed)07:49 No. 5350 ID: 82e8c1

Boo hoo girl is baby level grim. You need to realize that your brain is being stupid and just running you through the gauntlet of obsession because it's programmed. This awful fucking girl could have been any other moderately attractive person and your dumb ass would be reacting the same way. She and no one else, especially you are fucking special and made to be a match for another person. Go get obsessive and attached to some other worthless person that it wouldn't even work out with.


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Let me tell you a story. Anon!moNoTOnous 17/03/23(Thu)05:22 No. 5357 ID: 26a2fa
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In my schooldays, there was this girl: she was petite, to not say flat, had tiny shimmering eyes and wavy black hair that started a little behind that it should have, lips maybe too thin and she might have benefited from wearing braces.

But none of that was important.

Her smile was bright as polished marble, and her laughter was a crystal bell. The way she skipped and hopped when she got excited was the most adorable thing my eyes have ever seen. She was nice, caring, attentive. She knew when to listen and she knew when to speak, and when she did her voice never faltered. She treated me like a person, unlike the rest, and I trusted her enough to tell her my deepest secrets. And, one day, recognizing my feelings for what they actually were, I decided to give her my heart.

She didn't want it. Not then.

So I resigned myself to be liked as a friend, but then something in her changed. She started hanging out more with me, she invited me to her home to meet her parents, and asked me for my opinion in mostly everything. But I, still wounded by the previous experience, insisted in denying the evident, and never took her advances as such, no matter how blatant. I even took her to the prom as a friend. Then the schoolyear was over, and I was now in another state.

I fell out of luck, grace, and everything. But I still had her in a corner of my heart, so one day, tossing caution to the wind, I hitchhiked one day to see her again. She wasn't there.

She was with her boyfriend.

So I took my leave, and left forever. Years passed, new crushes came and went, and I found a woman, which was all I deserved. Supportive, but clingy. Companion, but jealous. Strong, but violent. And I married her, formed a family and sired children.

But I never forgot her. She still crossed my mind, a fleeting thought I chased away, in hopes of conforming with my new life. And for a while, it was ok.

Then, on a social network I got tagged on a prom picture. Someone asked, "Who's the girl that's next to Anon?" and it came back in full force, like a warhammer to the chest. Then my search begun, looking for her all over the internet. I chased her ubiquitous, all-too-common name, like a grain of sand in the desert, asked questions, and finally, I knew why nobody even remembered her name.

And I knew, that whatever the breach that kept us apart was no match to this one, that can not be saved, any more than she can be saved. That crystal laugh will never be heard again, and her thin lips will never kiss mine. It's over, and even though it shouldn't hurt, it does.

>TL;DR: She's dead , Jim.


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Eeyore 17/03/26(Sun)09:46 No. 5359 ID: b9da78

>>4540



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