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Have You Had An Unhappy Love Story?

anonymous_atticus’s Profile PhotoAtticus
❝ Red lights, stop signs. I still see your face in the white cars, front yards, can't drive past the places we used to go to - 'cause I still fuckin' love you, babe. Sidewalks we crossed, i still hear your voice in the traffic, we're laughing. Over all the noise. God, I'm so blue, know we're through. But I still fuckin' love you, babe. ❞ ↬ Yeah, you said forever, now I drive alone past your street.❁

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Have You Had An Unhappy Love Story

So Kevin was your older brother and Angie was his wife, and you named your son after your brother? If you don't mind, please tell me about your brother Kevin. What was it about Kevin's personality and mannerism's did you admire and appreciate the most? What do you miss most about Kevin & Angie?

alexandermonroe397579’s Profile PhotoAlexander Monroe
My son was named after both really. My dad was Kevin Lane, as is my Kevin. (Kevin is a definite familial name for me) so, my brother had the biggest heart imaginable. He loved cars and trucks, he loved cooking, he loved music, and he loved his family. My childhood wasn’t picture perfect. My brother looked after me as he had a car and was married to Angie at that point. They’d pick me up and get me out of situations here. Angie.. sigh. She was my sister. Even after her and my brother split up, we were close. She would call me upset she wasn’t with my brother. I’ve never seen two people love each other like those two. He’d walk through fire for her and her for him. They fought and then cry together three seconds later. 😂 After she died, my brother sunk deeper into addiction. He died the end of September that year.

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Can anything equal mother's love?

nourabdoun5642’s Profile Photo~N.O.U.R~
"A Mother's Love" by Alex
In a perfect world, the only love that is greater than a mother's love is God's love. Unfortunately, we do not live in a perfect world, nor we do get to choose our parents and that is why some of us experience abuse by our parents. If I could have a wish, I would wish that every human being could experience the unconditional love of mother and father, but that is a fantasy that does not reflect reality. And because of that fact, some of us must exist knowing that although we were abused, millions of other children were loved unconditionally.
We learn to pretend that our parents love us knowing full well that we are a burden or a mistake, born as a result of a drunken stupor. And so we pretend that we are loved and hope that nobody notices the contempt and hatred that emanate from mothers eyes whenever we come in contact with each other or make that solitary walk from the front door directly to our room where we sigh, ask God why, and then suffer in silence as our hearts break into a million pieces each and every day.
And then Valentines Day approaches, one of the most difficult days of the year, where society demands that we express our unconditional love for mother. And so we mow lawns, wash cars and deliver the newspaper, so that we can show our love for mother, knowing that moments after receiving the precious and thoughtful gift, it will be disposed of. Thrown into the trash as if it didn't matter, we didn't matter, I don't matter.
And so it's off to high school, then college and then our first professional job, where our friends and co-workers reminisce during lunch about their glorious childhoods and all of the family gatherings and shared experiences between family and friends. While we, the unwanted, the unloved, the mistake, sit in silence hoping that our co-workers and friends cannot tell that our smile is fake and that our hearts are irreparably torn to shreds, because as adults we fully appreciate how broken we are and that no amount of glue, duct tape or psychotherapy can mend our broken heart or put all of the humpty dumpty pieces back together.
So we live our forlorn lives as best we can, and try not burden our family and friends with our misfortune, because we know that everyone has their inner demons and that we are all struggling to survive and get through this earthly experience as best as we are able, knowing that when we finally suffer death, well... that's the intriguing element in our journey, isn't it? The fact that we really don't know why we exist, nor do we know with any certainty what awaits us upon death, if anything. And so the moral of this story is that life is a crap shoot, a roll of the dice, where some people win and other people lose. And it is up to each of us to learn from our experiences, forgive those who know not what they do, and to make positive contributions to our world. For in the end, I believe that God will judge us based upon our efforts.

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I have a sports car (I've tracked it several times), tinted the windows black, because i think it looks cool. Do you admire the commitment to a style it takes to do this to your vehicle or is it a waste of effort or?

Luv_freckles’s Profile PhotoLuv Freckles
If it is something that makes you feel happy and you like it then it's not a waste of effort, cars are obviously something that are extremely enjoyable for you so do your thing!

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👢 ¿Cuál es tu top 3 de películas de Pixar? 🐠

Hasse_Hauk’s Profile PhotoManuel Castillo Calderón
Creo que las 3 que puedo ver en cualquier momento, por la historia y lo que me hace sentir, son:
- UP. 🎈
- Brave. 🐻
- Soul. 🌏
Sin embargo, no puedo decir que son mis favoritas, ya que no dejo de lado aquellas películas con las que viví cuando niña, como Nemo, Cars, Toy Story, o aquellas con las que me identifiqué un poco, como Inside Out, Wall-E, Bichos.

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Cuál es tu top 3 de películas de Pixar

MY SONG (Tag 4) Wie wäre der Titel des Musikalbums, auf dem dein Leben vertont ist? Welche Lieder wären auf diesem Album? Wähle einzelne Songs, die deine Geschichte erzählen.

colourfulmindedinkheart’s Profile PhotoFinnley Coleman
DRESSED UP IN SEPIA
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Walking On Cars - When We Were Kids
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI3aLkHMVi0RippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 YI3aLkHMVi0RippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 YI3aLkHMVi0
Nightly - No Vacancy
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Seether - Fake It
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Naughty Boy ft. Beyoncé - Runnin' (Lose It All)
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Pearl Jam - Unthought Known
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Halsey - Ghost (Stripped)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mgwOSXTrNQRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 1mgwOSXTrNQRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 1mgwOSXTrNQ
Paramore: Last Hope
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoYu7K6YwkgRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 XoYu7K6YwkgRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 XoYu7K6Ywkg
The Killers - A Dustland Fairytale
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Coldplay - The Scientist
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Nada Surf - Always Love
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyOue7tTUGMRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 yyOue7tTUGMRippedAtEveryEdge’s Video 168772644435 yyOue7tTUGM

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How is everyone doing.. ✨

palwashaaabilal’s Profile PhotoSyeda Palwasha Bilal
I'm in the Spyder Porsche cruising down the street
Black on black venom colored seats
Keanu Reeves, the way a nigga speed
Diamond cross hanging off of me
I'm fighting for my soul, Constantine
And it's slowly burning, it was never cheap
If you see what I seen, you wouldn't sleep
I can't sleep
Cause I got everything I wanted
Got the money, got the cars, got the ceiling with the stars
Got everything I wanted
But I'd be nothing without you
Gave you everything you wanted
Gave you power, gave you life, gave you space so you can shine
Gave you everything you wanted
But none of that matters to you.

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How is everyone doing

Things you collected when you were young?

alpharean’s Profile PhotoChatter Box
1) Stickers. We had a sticker album when we were in primary school. My siblings and I and our friends used to trade stickers. Few years back there was a 'sticker bomb' decal trend on bicycles, cars, etc, and they reminded me of my childhood.
2) Pokemon toys. It's not the ones u find today at Toys R Us etc. These toys could be found at void deck shops for $2. I used to spend my pocket money on them. I'd pay my friends to help me get them.
3) WWE action figures. I got a whole set of it, with the ring. I was a big WWE fan back then. I mean, the good old days were better than now.

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Can you tell who am i ?

Judging a guy based on driving skills 101
If he drives fast, he's cool
Can overtake? Yup, sexy
Is a smooth driver, than that's classy
Lol, just like Elizabeth judgin' Mr Darcy based on his dancin' skill.
If he can do all this and flash cars before overtaking, that's a domineering personality their gurls :p
Voice: Or you could say with low patience
Me: -_- okay, one last thing, if he knows how to keep the windscreen clear he's smart.
Voice: Is this a guy or a driver?
Me: ideal guy :3
Voice: Ideal driver, I must say

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If you were teleported in a time where there were no technological advancements in electronics, times of 1500-1600 and before. Will you be able to survive, and actually enjoy life?

PulkitSharma62’s Profile PhotoThe Watcher
Hmm, another thought provoking question. Well, I would love to say that I would be happy without all these technological advances that we have today, but I don't think I would be. We have cars, electricity, phones, laptops, etc that we take for granted. Maybe I would survive but it would be quite an adjustment.

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I literally owned a iPhone since i started using smartphones and i have never owned such a terrible car as a Dodge Neon only Mercedes Benz, they don't even have those cars in Germany and by the time i got a drivers license they were obsolete in Canada

Want a medal? I had cheap run down shit, now I don’t and that’s a bigger flex to me. It’s not where I come from that I care about, it’s where I am now in life.

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benim bu düşüncem aslında "komunizm" ile örtüşüyor. ancak ben komunizm taraftarı da değilim. insanlar özgür olmalı ancak "mülk" yani ev ve arazi sahibi olmak için uğraşmamalıdır. tren yani metro ulaşımı yaygınlaşırsa, insanlar arabaya ihtiyaç duymazlar (:

cancuri96166’s Profile Photojeeperscreepers
We had socialism here 45 years - everyone was employed, all types of education and health care were free of charge, security in the city was better, we could walk all night without fear if we wanted, we were living in state houses and paid rent (but we had cars and cottages or own houses and gardens who wanted too), the salaries were similar......one and only disadvantage 👉 people were not allowed to travel to the west countries without visa ..... because of this one fact it was revolution here in 1989 and suddenly we have rich and poor people, unemployed people, a lot of criminality, everything (schools, doctors) is not free of charge anymore ....... FCK !!! My father has some good comparison for this 👉 When the donkey is well, he goes on ice to slide 😂

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Do you like futuristic things? I'm into flying cars, ray weapons, laser beams, seamless jumpsuits, robots, i love anything remotely futuristic, hopefully i will see the future grow to what i envision it and hopefully the afterlife is some kind of metaverse

Not really, the concepts of the future are mostly way off and the major changes are not usually seen by anyone. Yes robots are here already and will evolve & forms of transport will change but otherwise we just have to wait & see.
As for the afterlife there is none so enjoy this one

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Those of you who own, live with or generally likes cats, do you think they live better lives being house cats or if they roam freely? Why? 🐈

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Within many places in Australia you're generally considered an irresponsible cat owner if you allow your cat/s to roam free, as cats (both domestic and stray) have caused a lot of harm to the wildlife and brought numbers of native animals down. So I'm inclined to believe everyone is better off if your cat remains within the house as much as possible - especially when you also add in the statistic of how many cats are killed by cars. 😓
What's more, my parents were irresponsible cat owners in that they had two male cats at two different times in my life but never had either of them desexed, which lead to them spending the majority of their time outside of the home, getting into fights with other male cats (usually strays) and... well. 👀 This caused an influx of stray kittens around the neighbourhood for several years, and my cats ended up dying relatively young due to AIDS. That was always heartbreaking. In stark contrast, every desexed cat I've ever had has been a lot more chill and prefers lazing about at home, which has kept them and more of the animals in the area safe. *PLEASE* desex your cats, people.

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Those of you who own, live with or generally likes cats, do you think they live better lives being house cats or if they roam freely? Why? 🐈

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I grew up having cats and yeah, I think they’re a lot safer inside!!
I nEVER let my cats go outdoors.
My cats were always indoor babies :3
There were cats in the neighborhood who roamed the streets and they were always dirty, had fleas, got injured, got into fights, or got run over by cars.. V sad.
I wouldn’t even wanna take that risk.

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Those of you who own, live with or generally likes cats, do you think they live better lives being house cats or if they roam freely? Why? 🐈

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Definitely house cats (unless they're too feral to keep them in the house). The outside world is way too dangerous. Think about cars, bikes, people who enjoy hurting cats or simply hate them and try to get rid of them. Worms, flees, other parasites, FIP, the list goes on and on. I strongly recommend the people who adopt cats from me to keep them inside.
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Those of you who own live with or generally likes cats do you think they live

As a kid, did you ever find and open your Christmas gifts before Christmas? How did it go? Were your parents mad? Did you get punished? Did you hide them again and pretend to be surprised when you got them? Were you disappointed with a gift? Or parents, has this happened with your kids?

When my mom was younger, she unwrapped all her gifts and wrapped them all up before my grandma got home, weeks before Christmas. My mom to this day talks about how it was the worst Christmas and regrets it.
One year I found them. My mum kept them in the back part of her closet. After she left for the store in the morning, i dashed over and was amazed. Toy cars, action figures, colors!, amazement! Everything my young heart could feel for. Then the regret set in. No longer was there any more mystery or wonder. It vanished. I knew the running down the stairs on christmas morning would be phony. Childhood wonder stolen. That was the worst Christmas, even though I received the best presents.
We lived in pretty abject poverty, but one year this charitable organization gave my mom some stuff to give us for Christmas. I had wanted an Intellivision (for those under 40, it was a pretty cool game system that competed with the old Atari unit), and when I was snooping through my moms closet I found it. I was so excited that I didn't replace all the things that she had piled on top of it, and she found out I had been snooping a week before Christmas. She brought the Intellivision and the games that went with it out of the closet and put them, unwrapped, under the tree. Then she told me I wasn't allowed to play with them until a week after Christmas, the exact same amount of time I had opened them early.
Friend of mine and his brother one year found the unwrapped Nintendo games they wanted for Christmas, opened the boxes and carefully placed games they already played in the boxes. Their parents were none the wiser and when Christmas Day came they pretended to be super excited all the while playing weeks before! Played Minecraft all day. My dad made lasagna and pepperoni bread for dinner. We went to go see Christmas lights and are about to make cookies. I would say my Christmas Eve is going pretty good.

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why is instant gratification appealing? 🌟

nurbzee’s Profile Photonurulhuda
I guess I don’t accept your premise. The need for instant gratification is often associated with babies and toddlers. As we mature into adulthood we learn that often delayed gratification is more fulfilling. For instance we recognize that we need to save for years to afford our children’s college education. Today people are delaying the purchase of new cars and other big ticket items in part out of skepticism about the economy and in part out of their ability to separate their identity from their things. So I see evidence of people delaying gratification oftentimes for years and I think this grows as we age.

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why is instant gratification appealing

Share a little about you

My name is Freya but you can call me Frey. I currently live in London. I’m Welsh and was brought up in Cumbria from the age of 5. 🌾 For work, I’m in design engineering, working as a technician in a machine shop.
🌸 Slightly more random childhood facts in no particular order… I grew up camping, travelling, climbing and skiing, catching frogs and building forts in the woods with my siblings. We loved water balloons, Yu-Gi-Oh cards, and air soft guns. Cozy coupe cars, jelly shoes, blacksmithing, the stars and alternative rock/grunge bands were my jam. I dreamed of living on a canal/narrowboat. I think the closest things to dolls that I really enjoyed was the doll house itself and Polly Pockets and what I enjoyed equally as much as playing with my toys was organising them 😂 I think I’m a type-A gal.
I want a van life or something like that, it’s actually less about travel and more about simplicity. The less cluttered I keep my external life, the easier it is for me to think clearly. I’m more able to answer cliche but important questions. Knowing myself is something I really value and it makes me a better person to those around me. I feel much more present and at peace. 🤍
I’m probably a classic 90s kid with a love of learning by doing.

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"Mera dimag phir gaya tha" moment

A few years back a guy pointed gun at me for no apparent reason, and I was so fed up at that time that I kept telling him to pull the trigger, then he took a U-turn he was standing on the opposite side of the road (a clear road if he wanted to shoot and run) and pulled out his gun again and I told him that he should already pull the trigger. Anyway he never did that and here I am, still alive.
What I didn't understand is why no one around me tried to help, I was literally stuck in traffic near PC saddar Rawalpindi, and there were around 50 to 70 cars in that traffic and everyone was seeing all this and no one thought it was a good idea to interfere. I mean I don't really care but I still wonder why no one thought it was a good idea to interfere. I was 18 I think, and trust me I look younger than my age.

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mrsmithplay’s Profile PhotoДядюшка Смит
♫ Xdinary Heroes - Happy Death Day
♫ Стигмата - Радио Смерть
♫ Coldrain - To Be Alive
♫ Disciple - Deafening
♫ Eskimo Callboy - Best Day
♫ Eskimo Callboy - Crystals
♫ More Than a Thousand - No Bad Blood
♫ My Darkest Days - Save Yourself
♫ Poets Of The Fall - Carnival of Rust
♫ Skillet - The Resistance
♫ Three Days Grace - Tell Me Why
♫ UVERworld - Hakuchuumu
♫ Wakaba - Asu, Boku Wa Kimi Ni Ai Ni Iku
♫ WBTBWB - Klicks. Likes. Fame. Geil!
♫ We As Human - Strike Back
♫ Walking On Cars - Monster
♫ Escape the Fate - I Alone
♫ Fight The Fury - Still Burning
♫ Ice Nine Kills - Stabbing In The Dark

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Was there something you was into when you was younger but grew out of? I used to be into Pokemon cards.

BlueEyesWhiteGuy’s Profile PhotoBlueEyesWhiteGuy
A lot of things tbf, I was very tomboyish as a kid. I’d climb trees all day with my brother and I hated anything feminine. I’d have all boys toys, race cars, kinex, baybladez, consoles etc. One day he shouted at me and told me I was a girl and should be wearing dresses and It kinda pushed me out of it. I often wonder how different I’d have been if I was still as tomboyish as back then 🤔😂

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I "have" to ask... lol. What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment? I recently found out that hoarding napkins from fastfood restaurants, was a southern thing (which I do, lol), thanks to memes! xD I feel so seen! lolol

Coolio247’s Profile PhotoJustine Coolioness
I try to keep the car’s insurance details, breakdown policy, of course the car handbook, lots of grim face masks these days, CDs, who knows. If you really were to dig around there might be some cassettes at the back. You might have to Google that done ;-)

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I "have" to ask... lol. What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment? I recently found out that hoarding napkins from fastfood restaurants, was a southern thing (which I do, lol), thanks to memes! xD I feel so seen! lolol

Coolio247’s Profile PhotoJustine Coolioness
"I "have" to ask... lol. What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment?"
I don't have a car, so I can't answer this question. 😅
"I "have" to ask... lol. What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment?"
to be honest, I'm not sure what I would keep. snacks probably? supplies for a road trip? charging cables?
"I recently found out that hoarding napkins from fast food restaurants, was a southern thing,"
I'm pretty sure *that* is not just limited to the south, justine. 😆

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I have to ask lol What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment I recently

Your opinion about electric cars?

stefanjarl’s Profile PhotoStefan
I think the further development of electric cars is a good thing, they hurt the environment less after all. But no matter how environmentally friendly they are, cars will still be cars and with that comes challenges. Cars take up a ridiculous amount of space for the amount of people they transport on average.
Think of all the huge parking lots, highways etc. Imagine what you could've used all that space for? Cars will never go away and they are useful for people living in the perifery but I think society should overall walk away from it's current car culture. In order to create cities which are not divided by roads that pedestrians can't use and to make way for more green spaces, in-city farming and places where people can gather 🏢🚘

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Your opinion about electric cars

Your opinion about electric cars?

The concept is a good idea because of how much gas prices are but electric cars take electricity - what happens if the power goes out?
Also, a lot of people don't really understand how huge the battery they have to use (except China has finally made a smaller more efficient one) & people don't realize that Elon Musk is trying to get them to create a better way to create the batteries for Tesla because they still use coal to create them.
They've been doing studies on how electric cars also might be worse for the planet than non-electric. which is kinda nuts.

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What do you love most about where you grew up?

iWillSpamYouAsk’s Profile PhotoSpam Ask
I currently still live where I grew up! :D
I love how peaceful it is. There are times when we get loud cars or trucks come past. Same with heavy load trains coming through the village as well. But mainly it is quite quiet!
I live in the countryside! So I don't have to walk far to be surrounded by nature and the peaceful atmosphere! Just hearing the birds singing, and the babbling brooks and streams is such a serene thing for me.
Seeing the wildlife is lovely as well :3

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What do you love most about where you grew up