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[Reply] #44,901
12-13-2016 12:58 PM
SomeoneKillthatdarkvoice
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I need to talk to someone.anyone.

[Reply] #44,902
12-13-2016 08:01 PM
qweqweqwwqe
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SomeoneKillthatdarkvoice wrote: I need to talk to someone.anyone.



Hey smiley

where you from?

[Reply] #44,903
12-14-2016 02:21 PM
borred
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merhaba

[Reply] #44,904
12-14-2016 08:00 PM
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This will never end
Cause I want more
More, give me more
Give me more
This will never end
Cause I want more
More, give me more
Give me more
If I had a heart I could love you
If I had a voice I would sing
After the night when I wake up
I’ll see what tomorrow brings
If I had a voice, I would sing
Dangling feet from window frame
Will I ever ever reach the floor?
More, give me more, give me more
Crushed and filled with all I found
Underneath and inside
Just to come around
More, give me more, give me more
If I had a voice, I would sing


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Edited 12-14-2016 08:00 PM by Vampiric Mongol Warlord and Sorcerer of
[Reply] #44,905
12-17-2016 05:08 AM
maroon
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completely see-through

[Reply] #44,906
12-17-2016 09:40 AM
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maroon wrote: completely see-through

my pants


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[Reply] #44,907
12-19-2016 06:43 AM
eleanor rigby
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/:

[Reply] #44,908
12-21-2016 06:50 AM
Troubled Youth With a Rubbled Tooth
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Anytime you can post in something from 2005 you just have to.

Life is not what you think it is.

Humans have made life harder for ourselves by having the ability to recognize that life is not the moment we see before our eyes.

Having an emotionless cynical yet spiritually existential life is a very strong way to view the world rationally within proper context.

Everyone is right in their own way. Accept that.

Accept that everyone around you will not, and will never know what is going on in your mind.

The reason being is that we have created a form of language that doesn’t do the job we have given it.

Explain to me directly a color any color without using an outside example to show it.

The same idea in your mind, there are no words for the emotional connections that we attatch to words. We can use the ones that closest describe it, but no one will ever know truly.

So therefore, don’t think you are bored, lonely, or alone.

Because you aren’t we all are.

Just because someone says they have a rich fulfilled life and say they are happy doesn’t mean they are, it just means they have a better way of coping than you do.

[Reply] #44,909
02-16-2018 04:43 AM
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Hello everybody!

Thanks to the one and only internet legend Bjarne these forums are back online.

I know that a lot of you have missed this place so please respect these forums and refrain from posting spam and/or abuse.

This should be a place where people can get things off their chest and feel less lonely, NOT a place where the psychotic amongst you can ramble endlessly and bore us to death with your crap stories and ideas.

Welcome back and always remember: you are not alone! :-)


Peace,



the internet rebel

[Reply] #44,910
03-01-2018 12:26 AM
frequent
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Funny how I always keep coming back to this thread. Guess things never change.

I made a couple of posts here infrequently throughout the years. Somewhat learning and somewhat still the same.

I got a full time job, lost it, had a temp job, then quit that for another full time job.

Had a girlfriend and broke it up with her cause I’m now with my current. I know what I did was wrong though I had to do it.

Goes to show no matter what happens in your life, you’ll always find a way to be sad, to be lonely, to want more out of life unfulfilled.

I know it’l get better. It always does somehow. My advice is to keep going for better or worse.
It hurts and will keep hurting but on the plus side you’ll find happiness no matter how temporary it may be.

Fuck I’m rambling on, it’s kind of therapeutic. I’m still kind of glad this thread still exists. That’s the great thing about all this, we’re all lonely and yet we’re united through our loneliness.

I do hope whatever you have that you can pull through. As for me, I’ll just keep living.

[Reply] #44,911
03-16-2018 06:41 PM
Klibanoforos
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It’s incredible, how this thread lasted for so many years... I hope the person who posted it in 2004 have found happiness or, at least, some comfort, seeing what he/she started. This is one of the good sides of Internet, I think.
I guess, some people just born with some sadeness in them. Or just being fragile. That thing makes life so much harder ;(

[Reply] #44,912
03-17-2018 12:45 PM
Lonely goy
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It’s fine. With everyone’s combined loneliness in this thread alone I’m sure we can make a cure that eliminates the feeling of loneliness. After that the world can enter a new stage of happiness.

[Reply] #44,913
04-11-2018 03:41 PM
Ruelle
Guest

Whoa, this thread is still going! Makes me feel less lonely after reading through these comments smiley

[Reply] #44,914
04-13-2018 09:25 AM
not lonely
Guest

I found this thread by following a link in a Wikipedia article while researching something entirely different. Curiosity in my insomnia hours brought me here. I’m not necessarily lonely, but wanted to touch this little piece of internet history.

I first got access to the internet in 1996. One of the first things I stumbled into was Yahoo chat rooms. At that time, I was married but very lonely. The communication with others relieved my loneliness, and to this day I am still communicating with the same group of people I met then. We built real relationships, some met each other “in real life” and married (multiple couples actually). We went on to form our own forum and even had multiple websites that we managed to have a place for pictures, chat rooms, and other design features such as newsletters. Now we just have Facebook communication these 20+ years later.

My marriage ended in 2009, but I was quite lonely within it for a long time. I can’t tell you how much solice I found in having the ability to reach out to a global online community and ease that a little bit.

I am in a new long term relationship this many years later and have a very full life, but still make internet friends on occasion. I’m pretty busy in what I still refer to as “real life”, but always seem to fall back on my friend 'the internet' when I feel a little alone inside.

If you are lonely, I hope reading my history gives you hope. As a suggestion, join some meetup groups and do some things you have in common with others. Sitting alone at home and moping only spirals into more lonliness. It’s a challenge to go somewhere for the first time alone, but we all like a good challenge, right? Go into character mode and make yourself chit chat. Go on a hike, ride a bike, whatever your interest is, just make yourself do it. You will meet other lonely’s and you will not be lonely long. Good luck.

KLA

[Reply] #44,915
04-14-2018 03:53 AM
just another lonely person
Guest

i wish i had someone in my life

[Reply] #44,916
04-14-2018 09:43 AM
Baum
Guest

just another lonely person wrote: i wish i had someone in my life



There’s people everywhere!

[Reply] #44,917
04-15-2018 03:41 PM
cr2
Guest

lmao nice meme

[Reply] #44,918
04-23-2018 06:05 AM
Hello there
Guest

Hello

[Reply] #44,919
04-30-2018 10:00 AM
Incredible
Guest

Itís incredible, how this thread lasted for so many years... I hope the person who posted it in 2004 have found happiness or, at least, some comfort, seeing what he/she started. This is one of the good sides of Internet, I think.
I guess, some people just born with some sadeness in them. Or just being fragile. That thing makes life so much harder

[Reply] #44,920
05-08-2018 10:53 AM
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the internet rebel
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not lonely wrote: I found this thread by following a link in a Wikipedia article while researching something entirely different. Curiosity in my insomnia hours brought me here. I’m not necessarily lonely, but wanted to touch this little piece of internet history.

I first got access to the internet in 1996. One of the first things I stumbled into was Yahoo chat rooms. At that time, I was married but very lonely. The communication with others relieved my loneliness, and to this day I am still communicating with the same group of people I met then. We built real relationships, some met each other “in real life” and married (multiple couples actually). We went on to form our own forum and even had multiple websites that we managed to have a place for pictures, chat rooms, and other design features such as newsletters. Now we just have Facebook communication these 20+ years later.

My marriage ended in 2009, but I was quite lonely within it for a long time. I can’t tell you how much solice I found in having the ability to reach out to a global online community and ease that a little bit.

I am in a new long term relationship this many years later and have a very full life, but still make internet friends on occasion. I’m pretty busy in what I still refer to as “real life”, but always seem to fall back on my friend 'the internet' when I feel a little alone inside.

If you are lonely, I hope reading my history gives you hope. As a suggestion, join some meetup groups and do some things you have in common with others. Sitting alone at home and moping only spirals into more lonliness. It’s a challenge to go somewhere for the first time alone, but we all like a good challenge, right? Go into character mode and make yourself chit chat. Go on a hike, ride a bike, whatever your interest is, just make yourself do it. You will meet other lonely’s and you will not be lonely long. Good luck.

KLA




^^This.

Some excellent advice and insight right there from KLA.

Great job. I hope all the lonely people visiting this page get to read it.

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