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 Drinks can be spiked in two sekunde
Drinks can be spiked in two seconds
Inspired kwa Cinders soapbox on this spot. This is to onyesha wewe why though.

I hail from Ireland- the unofficial drinking capital of the world. Therefore, most of my socialising centres around the pub, and the club.

Its not that I am a massive drinker, wewe know, the kind that tries to suck up alcohol from the carpet following a spill, but I do drink. And I do go out.Which is why I know first hand the dangers of leaving a drink unattended.

It doesn't matter what wewe are drinking, be it whiskey au water,NEVER EVER LEAVE IT UNATTENDED.

Its really common to spike a drink with a Mickey Finn in Ireland,...
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My good friend was convinced to jiunge this weird event thing called an a romance tour (i think it’s called?). He’s too shy to go alone so he’s asking me to accompany him. He alisema that he’ll take care of my expenses since he’s kind of excited about attending one. But in my opinion, this doesn't really seem like something I would consider spending money on. There are a couple of things that make me want to go, since it’s travelling to an international country, and hey, I might actually meet someone there. Is it a big waste of time and money au should i just go for the hell of it? I got nothing better to do anyway.
So, these past couple months, I've picked up a few things. My story in a nutshell: I sat behind my crush in class, didn't start liking him until the last mwezi au so of school, didn't get too many chances to talk to him due to the teacher's way of running the class, and I spent those last few weeks desperately trying to befriend him.

Anyways, here are some things I've learned from the whole experience.

1. Don't EVER pass up an opportunity to talk to ANYONE you're sitting near in class (doesn't matter if it's high school, college, work, whatever), and don't EVER take a conversation for granted....
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So, basically,if ive had to describe myself, im a 15 mwaka old guy. I Know and always knew that i was attracted to women, but when i was around 9 years old, i got a new friend, and i started to kinda like touching him and all.
I was always using every occasion to hold his hand,
touch his hair and all. Then one day, we had a sleepover
and i just suggested to like try out doing gays, just to see how it is. he agreed, just to try it out, but for me, it was kinda like heaven, we were kissing, and i had plenty oportunities to be as close to him as possible. But he didnt really like it that much, which...
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Truth be told, dating in your 40s can be a wonderful thing. You're braver, smarter, wiser, and zaidi discerning than ever. Using these qualities as your secret superpowers can make dating in your 40s not only fun but also much zaidi successful than dating in your 30s and 20s.

But there are nuances to be aware of that weren't factors in our 20s. wewe may not have been as dedicated to your career, au wewe had fewer financial responsibilities. Plus, wewe may not have had the experience of deeper relationships to learn from.

So, if you're looking for love, fear not: We tapped four experts—Kelly Campbell,...
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*sighs* So..lately, I'm starting to think au maybe realize that I am bisexual; I'm attracted kwa both boys and girls.

After thinking about it, there have been signs of this since I was at a young age, like around five years of age, but I never put these clues together until now....

Well...like I said, it all started at five. For some strange reason, a lot of the little kids in my kindergarten class already started having crushes on one another. There were little girls telling each other so-and-so likes wewe and giggling about it, and there were boys who basically did the same thing. I can even...
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What Is Fear Of Sourness

For some, the fear of certain tastes can trigger intense and long-lasting anxiety, as well as a host of physical maladies. The fear of sourness, known as Acerophobia, is zaidi common than wewe might expect.


Reasons For The Fear Of Sourness

Sourness shows up zaidi in certain foods, and these will be avoided kwa the person who suffers from Acerophobia. Some common examples of sour, wamekula foods are lemons, grapefruit, limes, and some dairy products that have been fermented.

Everyone has a different palette, and all people react to tastes individually. Those who fear sour, wamekula tastes may have...
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I’m honestly getting sick and tired of listening to my best friend who is constantly bragging about how a foreign surfer dude was hitting on her at the beach. During her visit to Australia, she was at that famous beach, pwani and apparently this “tall and muscular hunk” approached her and asked if she was single. They exchanged numbers but a few days after that, she flew back here. Since her arrival, she never heard from him again. I wish I could smack her in the face with the truth that there was never going to be anything between them ‘cause one, they’re in a long distance situation and two, she doesn’t even know his name!
Sorry for the rant, I just really needed to get this off my chest. But if wewe guys have any suggestions and advice for me regarding this, that would be awesome. Thanks a bunch.
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I'm a 15 mwaka old girl and I've been struggling with this for a couple years I've read so many makala about figuring out if your biography and taken a countless number of those stupid tests on the internet that are supposed to tell wewe if wewe gay straight bi au anything in between and I just can't work it out so this is my last resort so I geuss I'll start at the beginning ..... when I was in mwaka 7 I was a bit of a loner I'd just moved school and I hated it there anyway towards the end of mwaka 7 I made Marafiki with this girl well call her sasha so anyway sasha...
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