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My Chiari Surgery Experience

2023.05.28 15:01 KooKooKangaRoo42 My Chiari Surgery Experience

Hi there,
Just sharing my Chiari Surgery experience for anyone who is thinking about getting it done and wanting to hear about people's experiences/recovery.
I (43 f) just had my Chiari Decompression Surgery with duroplasty and C1 laminectomy at Weill Cornell with Dr Stieg in NYC on Wed 5/24 and was discharged home this AM (Sat 5/27). They were actually ready to discharge me on Fri 5/26 even — but because I live so far (5 hrs) from the specialty center, I felt more comfortable staying one more night, which they were fine with.
For background, I was just diagnosed with Chiari I.5 malformation (13 mm cerebellar tonsillar descent, with the obex or bottom of medulla being squished down there even lower) on MRI on 5/5/23. (No syrinx in the spine, though.) I am so glad neurosurgeon got me in so fast. Doctors including my neurologist had been blowing off my increasing symptoms for the past 5 years. (“Oh, it’s probably just migraines — oh, it’s probably just cluster headaches — oh it’s probably just neck strain.”) So frustrating! But once I got the MRI showing the Chiari, I just took the initiative to find a neurosurgeon to consult with. And Dr. Stieg’s team was very good about getting me in quickly. He did a full brain and spine MRI, with and without contrast, and consultation with me within 2 weeks of my reaching out to his team. I could already tell within 1-2 days post surgery that essentially all my major problems had been resolved (though of course there’s a lot of neck stiffness and soreness from the surgery itself, but it’s already so much better just 3 days post-surgery).
I had problems since at least 2018 including: Chiari headaches (excruciating, incapacitating collapsing to the floor moaning with my head in my hands headaches, triggered initially by coughing episodes — but then progressively over time even by just standing up too fast, yelling for the kids, bending or tilting my head wrong, by the end even sitting up or turning over in bed by the end). Also terrible chronic neck ache at the base of the skull (that I thought had been caused/worsened by car accident whiplash, but now I think 100% caused by the Chiari). And increasingly weird neurological symptoms due to the compression of the brain stem, including: trouble swallowing (seemed like I accidentally choke liquid down the wrong tube every single day when I took a drink), excessive drooling, numb/weak hands/clumsy hands, poor balance/coordination (walking into walks, trips/falls going up and down stairs, a few faint episodes), excessive yawning, and hands(not just a little — like shaking violently after every yawn or sneeze).
My surgery was at 7:30 AM. I had to show up at 5:45 so they could get me checked in and everything. The neurosurgeon and anaesthesiologist were very good about explaining what would be happening and answering any questions I had. They took special care talking about my anaesthesia (because in my case a sleep study had shown that the Chiari puts pressure on my brain stem, and has caused me to have central sleep apnea — different from obstructive apnea. It’s the brain signals telling my lungs to breathe don’t always get through at night. So that is part of why I’m always waking up in the middle of the night and still feeling tired in the morning.) So concerns about that were thoroughly discussed and they would use a CPAP mask to help with my breathing if needed. The surgery took about 3 & 1/2 hours. (They told me 2-3, so pretty close). They will put your IV in of course and give you something to relax you and put you to sleep and you won’t remember anything afterward except them telling you the surgery is all done and it’s time to wake up.
I’m not going to lie, there was some pain obviously. But for me, it was manageable —never more than a 6-7, and with the Oxycodone and Tylenol they gave me, got me down to a 3 (on a 10-point pain scale) pretty fast. For the day of the surgery they had me on 10 mg Oxycodone dose immediately afterward, tapering down to 5. I had some nausea the first day after surgery too, which the anesthesia and pain meds can cause, I guess. But they gave me something for it whenever I complained and whatever they gave me worked quickly. The steroids for swelling also tend to cause some side effects -- high blood sugar, which they did finger pricks to check and which were always a little high -- though they didn't end up having to give me any insulin. And heartburn, which they gave me protonix for every morning. And Maalox once, when I complained about it still bothering me
They actually tapered me just the day after surgery down from Oxycodone to just regular Tylenol and muscle relaxant every 8 hours — but would check in with me regularly about pain of course and offer Oxycodone as needed or if it got worse. I did take just ONE more dose of Oxycodone that next night, the day after surgery — I think it’s my own fault for doing a little too much walking and self-directed P/T (trying to turn my neck a bit side to side to loosen the stiffness) that first day. So maybe give it a few days before you do much active attempt to turn/stretch the neck. (Don’t be a hero by trying to taper too soon — the one extra dose of Oxycodone I asked for that night provided me a lot of relief and allowed me a good night of sleep and was feeling much better the next morning and able to taper to Tylenol without a problem.)
But by two days post-surgery, I was doing really well and managing with just 3 Tylenol and 1/2 muscle relaxant every 8 hrs. Steroids too to keep down the swelling every 6 hours. The recovery has really been so good so far from what I had feared. Not so bad at all. They did give me some Oxydone I can have at home if pain flares up again, but I don’t think I’ll need it.
Literally, as soon as I woke up from surgery, my very first sip of juice that I had, I realized I could swallow again without choking. By the day after surgery, the numbness in my hands had mostly abated. (That one I was worried about, because I know sometimes if nerve damage goes on too long it can be permanent so I thought the numbness and hand weakness might not resolve). I could sit/stand/turn over in bed etc without triggering the usual Chiari headaches. Some other symptoms that I didn’t even KNOW were related to my Chiari (a nagging constant earache in my left ear that my GP just always told me there was nothing wrong when she looked in there — miraculously also gone! Must have been due to blocked CSF or something).
I am already so happy I had this surgery done, even though my husband was nervous about it happening so quickly. I’d been suffering for 5 years already, with it impinging a lot on my quality of life, ability to play with or carry my own kids, and neurological symptoms can get worse over time, so as surgeon said — now that you know the diagnosis and likely solution, what are you waiting for?I do realize that everyone’s story is different and I am quite lucky that (so far) everything has gone according to plan, with such rapid and obvious symptom relief for me, incision healing seeming to go so well, etc — so bear in mind everyone’s situation and recovery is different and consult closely with your professionals. This is just my own story. But I had a *very* good experience and would definitely recommend the Chiari surgery to anyone who was suffering the level of symptoms that I was having.
I will second the recommendations others have made about taking stool softeners (and laxatives or suppositories if needed to get things going) in your first few days post-surgery. I am very sensitive to the constipating effects of opiates like Oxycodone (I went 8 days without pooping after my C-Section — by which time it was very tough and painful, as you can imagine). So although they were giving me stool softeners — Senna, and Miralax every day — when I still hadn’t gone for 3 days, I asked for prune juice, and when that didn’t work, and I was still straining and having trouble passing, I requested Milk of Magnesia. It gave me unpleasant stomach cramping for a few hours, but was worth it to me, because it got the job done so I was all cleared out by the time I left the hospital, which was important to me. Given all the warnings they give you about not straining on the toilet because it can increase CSF pressure in the head and potentially cause your dura patch to leak.
I showered for the first time the morning of my discharge (3 days post surgery). My surgeon said ok to shower, but don’t submerge — no pools, hot tubs, etc as that can increase risk of incision infection. No rubbing any lotions or oils back there, though bacitracin or neosporin to put on with sterile gloves/hands is ok if incision is itchy. They removed the bandage 2 days after my surgery and said everything looked beautiful. (I can PM you a picture of the shave line and incision of you want. You can’t even notice the incision or that they shaved any of my hair when my hair is down.
Just a note, following surgery, that first day I found it more comfortable to rest on my side than my back because the neck incision pain hurt too much while on my back. But by 1-2 days after surgery, lying on my back with head elevated was fine. I second the recommendation for buying a wedge pillow in advance of your arrival home. (I didn’t know how helpful that elevating/reclining hospital bed pillow was until it was gone!) Right now I’m stacking pillows, but I think a wedge would have worked better.
They told me no bending, lifting, twisting - don’t carry anything bigger than a gallon of milk for 6 weeks. If you drop something and do need to pick it up, bend at the knees. No picking up kids (at least, not if the one who wants picking up is 5 years old and 40 lbs, like my youngest!). Avoid driving for 2-4 weeks if you can, both to avoid needless jostling of head from sudden stops , and strain from having to turn your head too much. Do P/T if recommended.
I did have one slightly scary experience during my very early recovery (harmless, apparently, but freaked me out since I had never experienced it before). I had an episode of “vasovagal syncope,” which involves an automatic bodily reaction where your blood pressure and heart rate suddenly drop precipitously. (It happens to some people when they see needles or blood or get stressed or scared — essentially “fainting.” But never happened to me before). Apparently, it is not uncommon to occur after anaesthesia, brain surgery, etc.
So this was on the very day of surgery. Remember my procedure only started at 7:30 AM on Wednesday. But after dinner the same day, around 6:30 pm, they were already encouraging me to try moving to a sit-up chair for a while — with the idea that if that went well, we’d go on to do a little assisted walking (I guess walking as soon as you can helps with recovery time, reduces risk of blood clots, etc). So I sat up in a chair for about 30 minutes, not even standing, just sitting in a chair. And was fine at first. But then my legs started shaking a lot and I started to feel very nauseated. I asked the nurse to get me something for the nausea, afraid I was going to actually throw up, and while she was gone, started feeling even weirder - like flushing hot and cold sensations, sudden sweating. More shaking. Just feeling weird and terrible. My husband said I turned white as a sheet and my lips as white as the rest of my face. My husband got the nurses who helped me lay flat, and neuro came in a minute later to see me and ask what happened. He said what I described was a classic vasovagal syncope reaction - just put some fluids in my IV and had the bed headrest inverted a little (so my head was slightly tipped back — I didn’t like it, because put a little more strain on my neck, but he said just for 5 minutes or so to get the blood back in my head.)
After 30 minutes lying down with my legs up and my head back, I was pretty much back to normal and feeling better. Just a little scary because I didn’t know what was happening and hadn’t experienced it before. And usually I guess people experience it when standing up and walking, not just sitting in chair, so probably took nurses and dr a little by surprise too. But neuro team said it’s not too uncommon after surgery.
I didn’t do any more sitting that night. But next day after lunch, neuro team told me to go ahead and try again — and I had no more problems. Did plenty of sitting, standing, and walking with my husband. They said, by the way, that during your 6 weeks initial recovery, do as much walking as you want — but nothing more vigorous than that.
I am so happy already about the improvement in my quality of life without those horrible headaches and neck aches and other bizarre symptoms. I wish my doctors and neurologists hadn’t been such dummies and had figured it all out 5 years ago… but better late than never! The 5-hour car ride back home from NYC yesterday was a little rough (Memorial Day weekend traffic didn’t help), but I am glad I went the route of seeking out an expert Brain & Spine Center that really knew what they were doing. 4 days after surgery I am sitting here in bed at home with my cat in my lap (and warning the kids not yo jump on the bed) and feeling so much more optimistic about the future.
Wishing you all the best with your own journeys and recoveries. The first 4 days post-surgery really hasn’t been at ALL as bad as I feared. I was scared because I’ve never had surgery other than C-Section before, but it has bern totally manageable with the pain meds they give you. And neck stiffness by day 3, already SO much better than day 1-2. Hang in there!!!
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2023.05.28 15:00 AutoModerator Sunday Daily Chat Thread

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2023.05.28 14:59 DeimosPD I have to wonder, what do the townspeople do all day?

I notice this anytime they do a walking through the town shot, there are people walking around like they've got places to be, or a job to go to.
But what the heck are they doing all day?
There's a lot of stuff they COULD be doing, but they just seem to be aimlessly milling around.
I think that's the main issue I have with the show, I'd like to think/hope that if any of us were in that town, we'd be putting ourselves to good use, like sowing new fields, chopping down trees to fix up broken homes/windows and god forbid, actually exploring the area outside of town and trying to find a way out.
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2023.05.28 14:57 GrimmReapers_Raven04 AITJ for simply ignoring my aunt whenever she starts talking to me/complaining?

TL;DR
This story is a little bit complicated and might not make sense entirely. But just for some background. I (24 F) have been living with my aunt - call her X - (49 F) for the past 5 years while I complete my Batchelors Degree at C University (relevant later).
When I moved in with her she made all these promises about how things will be different for me and we'd work together to have a fun time. X used to be someone that I could talk to and rely on so I was excited to start living with her.
I'm not generally a messy person but I have OCD and ADHD which isn't a good combination when someone messes with my things. X knew how particular I was about doing certain things. At first she accepted it and left me to do what I needed to do when I needed to do it.
About a year after living with her things started to change. She started messing with my things and going through them. I tried not to let it bother me but she would never put them back how I had them. It always rubbed me up the wrong way and I started taking longer and longer to fix the things she messed with.
3 years in and I just gave up trying to fix the stuff she constantly messed with. It was my desk, my wardrobe, my files, my books. Pretty much anything of mine she'd mess with. She'd move them, unfold my clothes, etc. Because she was certain I was hiding stuff from her and stealing from her and other stuff.
After messing with my stuff she'd start complaining about how messy I am. How my things were always in her way. Hiw I never tidied up. At first I tried explaining what her constant messing with my things was doing to my nerves and anxiety because I was really struggling to keep my OCD and ADHD from going out of control.
Nothing changed and she made it all about her and her mental illness (a long story). Now she complains to my mother and my mother calls me to yell at me. X dives me to campus every morning and, for 30 minutes, yells at me non stop about my "unclean behaviour".
My degree demands at minimum 5 hours a day for each module out side of class time. C University is 30+ minutes away depending on traffic. I have 3 modules to complete for this term. So I spend up to 18 hours a day busy with my degree with C university. Between getting ready and travel time that's another hour or two. Which leaves me (at best) with 4 hours a day to sleep, eat, etc. If I wish to have a free weekend.
I don't have the capacity to handle cleaning up the mess she kept making of my things. So I just started ignoring her when she starts complaining. I even ignore her when she asks about C University and my degree.
Am I the jerk for ignoring her even though we live together?
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2023.05.28 14:56 crepuscopoli Life as a real vs imaginary experience

Hi! sorry in advance for my bad english! I am not a native speaker, I've tried my best to translate. Also, sorry if the concept is explained in a bad way.
For all the artists out there, who work with their own mind, sitting at a desk, looking at a blank sheet, tracing the lines of their drawing or the verses of their story, how do you evaluate the "experience"? Let's explain ourselves better: in life, experience of something could be of two different types: real and Imaginary.

Experience

Real: the experience is lived, you go on a journey, you stay with people, in a certain place, where you experience real sensations, and all this, which we enclose in the word "real experience", is a an experience that truly remains within us, and that we recall through nostalgic memories. This makes us a person who grows through these real experiences and enriches their lives. Just think of a traveller, or a farmer: both make their life a "real" experience, even if they live their lives differently.
Imaginary: the experience is virtual, one sits in a real place, still, making the mind to work, which through the processing of images, manages to create the "imaginary experience". The process is sometimes very exciting, fast-paced, and sometimes the opposite, frustrating and slow. Sometimes we have the idea of having had an enlightenment that we must put on paper as soon as possible, and otherwise, we feel like we want to die.
The main difference between real and imaginary experience is that man enriches his life in two distinct ways: actively or passively.
A creative person choose the "imaginary" experience over the "real" one, to live his life immersed in a world he created, rather than living in the real one. For example sitting at a desk for 8, 9 or 10 hours throwing out the world that you have created in your head, rather than going to live the real world, have the experience of making friends, discovering new cultures, languages, traditions, it's a really different thing, and it brings home a totally different baggage.
With this, there is not saying that one way of life is better than the other, not even criticizing those who live one way or the other, but we'd like to better understand what is the reason that drives some people to prefer one to the other? What kind of weight do these different baggages have on our life? How can they enrich it differently?

Reason

Here we are not trying to find an economic reason for it, but rather, we are trying to understand why some people prefer, encourage, and live, for most of the time of their life, in the imaginary experience, instead of the real one, therefore rather than being active, resourceful, open-minded, they cut themselves off in a certain space, and use their time on this planet passively. In the case of a writer - sitting or standing makes no difference as long as it is a case of writing the words for a story, on a support, whether it is paper or not - same thing goes for a drawing artist, like a comic artist, a painter; it's a diffucult question, that at my young age, I haven't been able to answer on my own, but which I have repeatedly tried to do so, being a creative too and having had the opportunity to have lived both real and imaginary experiences. There are times when our life tells us to sit and have imaginary experiences, and other times when we are seated, that we should get up and have real experiences. But you don't necessarily have to be creative to be able to understand a little what is meant by the speech; just open a book and wander through the hobbit lands, or feel that adrenaline rush when you are taken into an imaginary tale. On the other hand, going to your most favourite beach or mountain place, will make you feel the positive sensation.
Furthermore, it would be impossible to strike a balance between the two; so in our life, it's about doing one, or the other. Be a real or imaginary person. But even if it were, the question would fit this particular circumstance: which of the two gets a "richer" life: the traveler, occasional creative, or the creative, occasional traveler?
(let's consider applying this to a fantasy writer life, to be able to find the answer to the question of why he chose to live a passive life, in the imaginary experience, and if he ever thought about it before)
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2023.05.28 14:54 crepuscopoli Life as a real vs imaginary experience

Hi! (sorry in advance for my bad english! I am not a native speaker, I've tried my best to translate).
For all the artists out there, who work with their own mind, sitting at a desk, looking at a blank sheet, tracing the lines of their drawing or the verses of their story, how do you evaluate the "experience"? Let's explain ourselves better: in life, experience of something could be of two different types: real and Imaginary.

Experience

Real: the experience is lived, you go on a journey, you stay with people, in a certain place, where you experience real sensations, and all this, which we enclose in the word "real experience", is a an experience that truly remains within us, and that we recall through nostalgic memories. This makes us a person who grows through these real experiences and enriches their lives. Just think of a traveller, or a farmer: both make their life a "real" experience, even if they live their lives differently.
Imaginary: the experience is virtual, one sits in a real place, still, making the mind to work, which through the processing of images, manages to create the "imaginary experience". The process is sometimes very exciting, fast-paced, and sometimes the opposite, frustrating and slow. Sometimes we have the idea of having had an enlightenment that we must put on paper as soon as possible, and otherwise, we feel like we want to die.
The main difference between real and imaginary experience is that man enriches his life in two distinct ways: actively or passively.
A creative person choose the "imaginary" experience over the "real" one, to live his life immersed in a world he created, rather than living in the real one. For example sitting at a desk for 8, 9 or 10 hours throwing out the world that you have created in your head, rather than going to live the real world, have the experience of making friends, discovering new cultures, languages, traditions, it's a really different thing, and it brings home a totally different baggage.
With this, there is not saying that one way of life is better than the other, not even criticizing those who live one way or the other, but we'd like to better understand what is the reason that drives some people to prefer one to the other? What kind of weight do these different baggages have on our life? How can they enrich it differently?

Reason

Here we are not trying to find an economic reason for it, but rather, we are trying to understand why some people prefer, encourage, and live, for most of the time of their life, in the imaginary experience, instead of the real one, therefore rather than being active, resourceful, open-minded, they cut themselves off in a certain space, and use their time on this planet passively. In the case of a writer - sitting or standing makes no difference as long as it is a case of writing the words for a story, on a support, whether it is paper or not - same thing goes for a drawing artist, like a comic artist, a painter; it's a diffucult question, that at my young age, I haven't been able to answer on my own, but which I have repeatedly tried to do so, being a creative too and having had the opportunity to have lived both real and imaginary experiences. There are times when our life tells us to sit and have imaginary experiences, and other times when we are seated, that we should get up and have real experiences. But you don't necessarily have to be creative to be able to understand a little what is meant by the speech; just open a book and wander through the hobbit lands, or feel that adrenaline rush when you are taken into an imaginary tale. On the other hand, going to your most favourite beach or mountain place, will make you feel the positive sensation.
Furthermore, it would be impossible to strike a balance between the two; so in our life, it's about doing one, or the other. Be a real or imaginary person. But even if it were, the question would fit this particular circumstance: which of the two gets a "richer" life: the traveler, occasional creative, or the creative, occasional traveler?
(let's consider applying this to a comic artist life, to be able to find the answer to the question of why he chose to live a passive life, in the imaginary experience, and if he ever thought about it before)
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2023.05.28 14:53 GreatYesterday6016 My friend just recently bought a storage unit and found this painting inside. On the back it states it was a wedding present in 1905. There was a sticky note attached to the frame with a name on it. Not sure if it was the name of the auction house or the artist. It is a beautiful piece!

My friend just recently bought a storage unit and found this painting inside. On the back it states it was a wedding present in 1905. There was a sticky note attached to the frame with a name on it. Not sure if it was the name of the auction house or the artist. It is a beautiful piece! submitted by GreatYesterday6016 to UnusualArt [link] [comments]


2023.05.28 14:53 Fuzzy-Sorbet-48 I think my MIL might be trying to kill me?

Okay, so for context: My MIL(49F) stepped by a few weeks ago to have a cup of tea and I(24f) had made some fresh cookies. While there she asked me about my will (I have none) and what would happen to my appartment if I died (I am not dying or even sick). The thing is my BF(27m) of almost a year moved in with me in february. I own the appartment, and I alone pay the mortage. BF pays half the cos associated with living there (around 350$/m all inclusive) plus we have a joint account for food (200$/m/each). When he moved in, I asked that he did not make a deposit plus would not pay rent till he was out of his old lease. The reason being that I wanted him to have some savings in case we split up and he needs to rent a place. Anyway: I told my MIL that the appartment and the HUGE dept along with it would go to my parents in the case of my untimely demise. She was not happy with the answer and insisted we should make a will to benefit each other (he owns nothing, so really it would be to benefit him), so that her son wouldn't end up homeless if somethign happened to me. I in turn told her that in the unlikely case that I got hit by a bus, then that would be something he needed to sort out with my parents (they love him, there is no way it would be an issue). That was that and she left soon after. I didn't think too much of it at first because I am in lawschool and "what is the law on this?"-questions aren't out of the ordinary, until I realized: She wasn't asking what the law was. She knew damn well what the law was. She was asking if I had a will and implying I should make one in favor of her son. Since then, I have been a little paranoid if I am being honest. I keep "hearing" her in the discussions I have with my BF and I know he talks to her about everything. It has slowly started to drive me nuts, and I am reconcidering a lot of things all of a sudden: 1) I am making adjustments to my loan in seven months. I had concidered offering him to buy half of it, so we'd own it together, but now I am not sure that is a good idea... 2) We have been looking at houses and even one apartment together, that we could possibly afford after we both graduate this summer, but I think maybe purchasing something on my own might be a better idea... 3) We have talked about getting maried and "project baby" but all of a sudden I want to put everything on hold. The thing is: I will never be sure, will I? That he isn't faking all the love, I belive we have togethter...
Am I being completely unreasonable?
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2023.05.28 14:51 sushi_with_an_n Dress Code for Tamil Weddings

My uncle is marrying a Tamil woman. I am familiar with all the Gujarati dress code rules but I was wondering if their are any Tamil rules to follow?
The events are: Haldi, Sangeet, Wedding
My mom bought me a white and blue saree for the wedding. I know the bride is wearing red but still want to double check that white is appropriate color.
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2023.05.28 14:46 ThrowRA-alreadyannoy My (25F) husband (29M) denied texting escorts and claims his phone was hacked.

Hello Reddit users!
Throwaway account & my first post ever. Please don’t rip into me too much.
I (25 F) moved across the country to marry Sam (29 M). Because of culture, Sam and I didn’t have a long time to get to know each other before getting married. Our talking stage was about a year and long distance. Sam wasn’t willing to leave his home and move to my state, so I packed my bags and moved here for him. We’ve been married for two years and a few incidents have happened leaving me unsure of how to move forward.
About four months after moving with Sam, I was trying to plan him a surprise party. So with his permission I went through his phone to find his friends numbers. Instead I found messages to escorts and a few payments that were made to them. When I confronted him, and even now, he denies doing this and claims someone hacked his Apple ID - allowing them access to his messages and money apps. I found. That hard to believe because whoever “hacked” him sent some pretty personal information.
After looking through more of his phone, I found that he was messaging women on social media and hanging out with his friends (who openly cheat) when he told me he was going to work.
Besides telling me it wasn’t him who sent the escort messages, he didn’t do anything that made me feel like he was really hacked. He just went on living his normal life and said he was too “scared” to pursue the hackers for what they’re capable of doing to him.
Beyond not having closure, Sams friends have all cheated on their wives in front of me and give me some excuse for their behavior. His family is shady too and doesn’t find his behavior to be a problem. They also aren’t very fond of me and also go out of their way to to show me. For example when we let everyone know the date of our wedding party, Sams oldest brother booked a vacation AFTER we told him. His flight out was the day before our event. Sams brother doesn’t have a legit job and therefore travels whenever he wants. He wasn’t limited to that timing and didn’t even have a trip planned before we announced the wedding.
My own family thinks I should just hunker down and be a good wife, that people make mistakes and should be forgiven. They don’t think Sam is capable of doing those types of things and honestly I don’t either, but I saw everything with my own eyes. With everyone telling me to forgive him and move on, I wanted the perspectives of people who aren’t directly involved in our relationship.
I’m wondering if I should stay and try to work things out or just go back home and leave? Am I so young and naive for wanting to leave? Most new couples try to work things out but I’m over his behavior.
Tl;dr- My husband denies cheating after I found stuff on his phone but his friends and family also participate in those behaviors leaving me untrusting.
Thank you Reddit :)
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2023.05.28 14:41 Sp00kbee Minnesota Smelt

Minnesota Smelt
It has been 10 years since I've had a good smelt fry. My Dad used to come home from Superior with buckets full and we'd fry them all night. When I was young it seemed to me that we would catch tons and I'd see smelt fry signs everywhere. Is this still a huge thing? Seems like I don't heasee it as much anymore
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2023.05.28 14:41 Timely-Vermicelli-34 Looking for sellers to buy in bulk from us (India)

My dad has clothing business, they always use to manufacture banarsee/sarees fabrics sherwani fabrics ets. We supply all over India fro. Few decades from my grandfathers time, I also started online business from last 10 years n uts pretty good in retail but I want to take it on next level I have few sellers who buy from me from Canada and USA, France and London. But don't own shop or boutique usually they buy when they get orders. I want to know how can I connect with shop owners or small scale business who are interested in buying from us. We deal in sarees/made to order bridal lehenags/sherwanis/matching family outfits n wedding customised kids wear.
Thanks for reading Any advice n questions are welcome
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2023.05.28 14:36 surf985 How do I recover from a traumatic and blindsided breakup?

Long for context: 29 bi m here. Grew up super conservative with a non accepting family that I still love. (When they found out I had a boyfriend in college, I got pulled out completely and sent to counseling. Almost 10 years later its something we mostly avoid but still incredibly difficult to work through with people you love)
So: Dated a guy a few years ago. He encouraged me to keep it quiet for a few months so we could build a relationship without me worrying about family. Id come out about us when i was comfident this was long term. Well...6 months in, I'd made up my mind I wanted to do that. He was my best friend, and I was planning to marry him. Even if that meant giving up a stable job, the house I'd just bought, and moving across the country so he could reconnect with his mom. Right or wrong, I'd gone all in on someone I adored and trusted completely. (In hindsight, maybe this was the design flaw. I had to go all in on him and I did...) Still, we were incredibly close. We'd gone in about a year from best friends to someone I wanted to marry.
During this time, his friends outted him as occasionally using some mild drugs, and while i didn't agree with it, I stuck by him. Covid hit about this time and made dates hard, but we still had a great time together nearly weekly. He went on anti anxiety meds about a month or so in as well that completely changed the personality. He went from one of the sweetest and most genuine people to having no emotion what so ever right at the end.
On our 6 month anniversary, he showed up saying he wanted to talk. All I got was "I decided last night I don't love you anymore. We have differences, and like my parents, we'd break up eventually. Can I leave now?" Completely expressionless. Just absolutely blank stare. I never heard from him again. I learned later when I contacted his ex (that I'd caught him texting "trying to get a bike back" maybe a week before he came over to break up) that he'd been reconnecting with several others "as friends" right before everything ended.
It's been a few years and I just started a new relationship. But I can't get over him. It's driven a typically level headed me insane fighting trying to let go of someone I was willing to give up my life for. How do you get past loving someone like that? And how do you regain sanity when someone absolutely crushes you so unexpectedly without any opportunity for closure?
I get he's probably a cheating narcissistic jerk. But he was mine. I've only got about one friend I can talk about this stuff with. So gay bros of reddit... throw me the advice you'd give your friends. I want to love well. But this one has my heart in dust.
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2023.05.28 14:35 rachilllii AITA for not calling my mom more?

My husband and I live 1000 miles away from both our families. We do not have family or really many friends nearby at all (and we are totally ok with that!). We are in our mid 30s. We have an almost 2 year old toddler and I’m 3 months pregnant with the next babe. My husband works 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. We do not have a nanny/childcare, house keeper, nothing. We do it all ourselves.
My mom won’t communicate via text bc she doesn’t like it. She just won’t engage in more than a simple yes/no short sentence texts. She ONLY wants to talk on the phone, which is a minimum of a 45 minute conversation easily 1-1.5 hours.
My toddler doesn’t care for me being on the phone (bc they want to play with it if they see it) so that leaves me with her nap time to talk to my mom. However, her nap time is the only time I can 1) tidy up my house 2) shower without a toddler pushing me out of the way 3) eat peacefully 4) do any god damn thing for myself without a mess being created. ORRRR the other times that leaves is on the weekend when I get to see my husband for two days.
What I would love is to be able to communicate with her when I have a moment to respond. Sending a text takes less than one minute, and I can much easier sneak that in than a phone call multiple times a day. But that doesn’t work for my mom apparently. So we have minimal phone conversations. Like 2x a month. But you best believe the other 28 days of the month I’m ruminating that I’m a bad daughter bc I haven’t called and asked how my moms last vacation was or whatever. So am I the asshole by not calling her once a week?
TLDR: as a pregnant mom of a toddler with no outside help am I the asshole for cleaning my house or taking showers instead of calling my mom more?
Edit: I don’t ignore her calls, unless I’m putting kiddo to sleep or not near my phone. If I miss a call I will call within 24 hours.
She has visited me and my kid once since being born. I have taken my kid back home as well once. And we’ve met in the middle once.
My mom also flaked on coming out here when baby was born bc she was scared of getting sick. My mom also rescheduled her one visit for my kids first birthday bc she magically got a cold the night before her flight. And unrelated (maybe) I rescheduled my wedding once and ultimately cancelled it (during 2020) because my mom couldn’t commit to traveling for fear of getting sick.
Also worth noting- my mom does NOT have any chronic illnesses, works out multiple times a week, eats incredibly clean and is in great health. Her doctors agree with her being healthy
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2023.05.28 14:35 myspacedotromcom Is it possible to display a location you are not currently in without using Travel Mode?

Hey, I haven't used Bumble in awhile, but think I may have gotten catfished by a match if someone can help me out...
My match and I had been talking for the last three days, and she was very responsive and engaged in messaging. At the moment, she claims to be traveling and we said we'd either do a video call or meet when she returned, and she would send pictures from her travels along the way. Pictures all looked real -- mostly selfies of her at the beach wearing a hat and nothing too suspicious. Last night, she inexplicably exited the conversation and when we had last spoke the night earlier, she said she looked forward to talking soon.
But then it hit me: If someone is traveling, then they would need to be using travel mode to show up in the location they typically live in to match with me locally, so doesn't it display that on their profile in blue text with a luggage icon? Her profile's radius stayed within the same city and radius despite her travels, and it did not say travel mode. According to Bumble, it says "Your location will show as being in the center of the city you've chosen (at this time you will not be able to select an exact location) and an indicator will display so other users know you're using Travel." Out of curiosity, I Googled her first name, the job title listed in her Bumble profile, and the location of her Bumble location, and I was surprised that it very easily brought me her professional profile on LinkedIn and various professional contact sites since she works in the healthcare industry. Still, if she was using travel mode to keep her local matches in tact while away, then her profile would have stated that she was in Florida yesterday and today and then a travel mode distance of the city within our state she otherwise lives, and it did not. There's no work around on Bumble to cover that up that I know of.
I'm wondering if the person was catfishing, but nothing from the conversation felt particularly "off" at the same time. Is there a way to display a location you are not actually in without using travel mode?
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2023.05.28 14:34 Asleep-Soil-2971 WIBTA If I don't attend my sister's wedding?

I (23F) do not want to attend my sister's (24F) wedding happening next year, overseas with her fiancé (27M).
For privacy reasons, I'll refer to my sister as Bella and her fiancé as Jacob (intentional twilight reference because they should not be together). There are many elements to this story but I will summarise it to my best ability.
Backstory: All my life, there was domestic and religious violence including emotional manipulation and physical harassment from both my parents, which forced me to run away from home for a second time 4 years ago. In the past few years, I've been working on becoming financially independent, continuing my degree, addressing my mental health issues (which my parents deny existed), and maintaining a distance between my parents and I.
Last year, Bella was freshly out of a breakup and met Jacob, who quickly became her 'religious mentor' and 'helped her' through her breakup. BTW I am agnostic after having religion shoved down my throat but don't care about other people's religious beliefs. Initially, I had good thoughts about Jacob because he wanted to strengthen her beliefs, but when I found out that Bella started a relationship with him after he told her that her name came to him in prayer, I immediately told her to run.
Here are dot points of almost every red flag:
- He 'scolded' Bella when she spent a Sunday in the ER instead of at church
- He forced Bella to tell my parents about the relationship after one month knowing that my parents will expect a marriage
- He convinced my parents that marrying a man this religious would give Bella a 'blessing'
- He wants 11 kids but isn't financially stable
- Bella is currently in the 6th year of her 3-year degree due to stress and anxiety, and he is a drop-out because he 'doesn't like studying'
- He is forcing the marriage even though she expressed multiple times that she does not want to marry so early
- To add a cherry on top, he gave me a religious scripture for my birthday saying that I should 'reconsider'
My last straw was when he invited my parents to the engagement party, which he promised would only consist of his siblings and mine. Bella's requirement was that I was there, and mine was that my parents weren't. He believed he could reunite our family that night.
I feel like I've lost all the privacy I had built for myself. My parents have seen my car's make/model/registration, they know where I work (he told them) and probably know where I live since he has dropped me home before. I do not trust this man after a very clear boundary was crossed and I have now blocked him and told him 'very kindly' to stay away from me. I responded with aggression which has now ruined my relationship with him (not complaining). I keep in contact with my sister because she was unaware that my parents would be coming, and she ignores the fact that I hate Jacob (I know deep down she probably does too).
Now, WIBTA for not attending their wedding?
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2023.05.28 14:34 medu_nefer Lent books to a friend (and borrowed 1) but then the friendship ended. We'll see each other for the last time in two days. What do I do?

Sorry if this post is all over the place; it's my first time posting on reddit. I thought I might describe the whole relationship we had and what went down, in case it changed the etiquette. I'll put the beginning of the current situation and the actual issue in bold if someone wants to skip the massive backstory.
So, the thing is, I (now 24F) became really close friends with a girl (now 23F) from my grup at university 3 years ago. We were both good students, liked similar things, watched some of the same movies and shows, loved cats etc., so we quickly bonded. We became nearly inseparable, we studied together, shared all our notes, hung out after classes, I met her gf and spent time with them, and when they unfortunately broke up, I did everything I could to support my friend (and I was really really worried about her mental health, I got like 3 hours of sleep that first night between physically staying with her and then texting, I started inviting her to my family outings etc.), eventually (near the end of the friendship last year) I was even invited to spend a week at her house with her family and while I was there, I was also invited to her older sister's wedding that was happening about a month later (a lot of people started saying they wouldn't attend so the thought was that if I came, then at least some of the money wouldn't go to waste, I suppose).
While things started off great, they changed over time. Like I mentioned, she got that gf and I didn't have the time for dating and wasn't even particularly interested in the guys around me to begin with. She also got cats and then fostered kittens. So her life got busier while mine didn't, and I understood that. The workload of sharing notes started shifting to where I was doing increasingly more. But I was doing it mainly for myself anyway, so I saw no harm in sharing what I had.
But I'm not going to lie, it started getting more and more irritating. Sometimes we'd agree to split the questions between the two of us 50/50 and the day before the test she'd text me saying she wouldn't be able to do her part because she had had a migraine (I got that) and then she took her cats for a long walk, and also her new gf showed up at her place too (that I didn't get). By the time I finished the whole thing, she was asleep and read what I had prepared in the morning. Whatever.
Things started getting bad a year and a half ago, around the time of her sister's wedding. I live in the city where we study but she only rents a flat for the two semesters and goes home halfway across the country for any longer breaks. She was looking for a new place and I went to see one of the flats for her but ultimately, it fell through. Later, she found a place and decided to take it without sending me there to look at it - but she did ask me to get the keys from the owner. It happened the day before I was leaving for that wedding so I could take the keys with me. I agreed no problem but then she changed her mind, calling the whole thing off - only to change it again after a few hours. I told her it's okay but to please let me know earlier if we're ever in a similar situation again (I still had to pack, also it was quite some distance for me to travel so I lost about an hour on public transport, and ofc I had to buy myself tickets - but I didn't mention any of that). Which apparently was a wrong thing to say 'cause she got mad and started ignoring my text messages, including the ones where I asked what time I was supposed to meet the owner (I didn't have the lady's number). When she finally responded, she said she didn't know. Always one to placate others, I started politely asking her to please find out because I didn't want the owner to wait for me, blah blah blah. Eventually, we figured it out, I handled it and went back to preparing.
The wedding was a disaster in itself. It involved her absurdly creepy cousin who clearly had never spoken to a girl and after just 1 day was convinced we were in love and would be together. I understand she found my following her irritating but I didn't really know anyone else and I was freaked out by the cousin - and her egging him on didn't help xd One of the instances was when he kept openly staring at me (y'know how when you look at somebody and they look your way, you look away? well, he didn't) and I decided to kind of show him I wasn't there specifically as his plus one, so I asked my friend's plus one (he's gay and we had met a few times before) to go dance with me, and he was happy to go with me - but my friend said that no, he was there with her and I could go dance with the cousin. And when I finally snapped and glared at her and said firmly but quietly (so no one else could hear) to stop (she was laughing about how he and I should get a photo together for the wedding photobook), she got mad at me. Well, fine, it was just a few hours, I could sit at the table and endure the creepy staring, it's not like he'd try anything with everyone watching. My friend's plus one had a cold or something so I decided to leave with him. Apparently, she was upset that we left so early. The next day, she wasn't speaking to me until we had to leave for the afterparty and did some shopping together etc. But during the party she kept to her sister and her bff and I didn't want to cause any more trouble between us so I stayed on my own - until the cousin showed up. Now, I'm the type of person who freezes when in a sudden, stressful situations, and that's exactly what happened. He tried holding my hands, again stared at me, didn't realise my constant fiddling with my phone was an indication that I didn't want to spend time with him, and generally made this whole day miserable for me. I was so stressed out I couldn't even eat anything. In the evening, hours later, my friend realised what was happening and decided to drive me to her house early. Ofc he tagged along but she made sure to take him back with her. He kept texting me, saying he was going to go to the train station the next morning to see me off and that he would soon come to my city to visit me, and he could stay at my place while he was there. The next day, my friend's mom drove me to the station (my friend woke up too late to go), and once I was on the train, I blocked him. I also texted with my friend and found out that she, as well as her other cousins who sat at our table at the wedding, had approached the dude to tell him to stop but he ignored them. They eventually got his parents involved and that was why he wasn't at the train station. It made me feel much better about the whole thing, since she didn't abandon me like I thought she had. And again, I understand I was kinda a nuisance - a shy stranger at a family gathering.
After that, things were good for a while. But then, the classes started again and it was becoming stressful and taxing again. We have extracurricular classes we have to attend, and our group needed to prepare a short "article" on a topic we chose. I wrote the whole thing but asked the others to please read through it and let me know if they were okay with what I managed so I could send it to the teacher (they did). I also reached out to my friend and asked her specifically to let me know when she had a moment to read it because I valued her opinion a little bit more, since she would tell me if she didn't like something and the others wouldn't (it wasn't even 2 pages long), and she told me she would. Well, she never did, she started sending me memes and talking about the tests she re-took instead. So at the end of the day (the deadline), I asked her how her test went but because I was quite fed up, I didn't stop myself from adding, "thanks btw. next time, let me know you don't feel like doing something we agreed on so I won't have to wait unnecessarily". Should I have just ignored it and went on with my life? Yeah, sure. But I was angry and I don't think what I said was all that bad. Well, to her it was.
I had already noticed she didn't like any sort of critique of herself, even if it was something like us disagreeing on how to perform an experiment (the difference between us was that I had read the instruction). I suppose we both instinctively assume a bit more of a leadership role and sometimes we clashed because of that. She would get very defensive, and I suppose I did too. But in this particular instance, she clearly misunderstood me and an actual argument ensued. What I wanted to say was that I didn't like what our dynamic was, how I was doing so much and was held to those previous standards while she changed her mind whenever she felt like it, was much less reliable and I had to accommodate her almost all the time. But she seemed to think I was looking for gratitude for some reason? That's not what I care about at all; whenever I had some notes or excel sheets or whatever before the rest of the group, I always shared it on our group chat, and never expected thanks or anything. When I discuss a question that may be on a test with somebody, once I find the correct answer, I send it to them, even if it's days later, simply because they wanted to know at one point. I don't care about gratitude and in fact, it makes me uncomfortable. I want to have a good relationship with everyone and if my openness with sharing means that in the future when I need some help, I can go ask one of those people and they will willingly help me, that's an added bonus. Idk why my friend would ever think that but once I realised there was that misunderstanding, I tried to explain what I meant before trying to placate her.
She, however, was really mad, and said a bunch of really hurtful stuff. That, in turn, made me remind her of how she had treated me at the wedding (apparently I was still salty about her initially egging her cousin off), and that prompted her to say that she never wanted me at that wedding in the first place and that I inject myself wherever I can. Now, I never told this to anyone other than my very best friend, but I think I might be somewhere on the autism spectrum and I really don't know how to read between the lines. It's not clear to me what's appropriate and what isn't. So when her mother came up with the idea of me coming to the wedding, my friend's sister gave me an invitation and my friend encouraged me to go, I simply thought it would be okay for me to do so. Now I know to keep to myself and to turn down any offers unless they come from my closest friends and family. But once I got those texts, I got really hurt and was desperately trying to just end the argument, let her be mad at me for a while and we could go back to normal again.
Well, she was apparently done. She ended the friendship and blocked me. Honestly, while it made me realise just how lonely I am, it also did me some good, I think. I focused on myself, my own studying, and haven't had to retake a single test up to this day. She, on the other hand, had to retake almost all of them. Idk if it was just her being used to me doing so much for her or if something else came up in her life, and frankly, I don't care anymore. I wasn't going to go out of my way to antagonise her or anything, we just ignored each other. Eventually, we had to work together on some project and that led to us sometimes talking to each other during a chat with other people from our group. We say hi when we see each other. But nothing beyond that. She unblocked me (idk if she needed to do that in order for us to be able to create a group chat with a third girl for the project, or if she just randomly decided to undo it, don't care) but we don't text or talk when it's just the two of us. I realised that even if she wanted to make amends, I wouldn't want to be friends with her anyway. I got burned and I learned my lesson. Sometimes I feel like I was being used, sometimes - like I overreacted and was too self-centered. At one point, she saw me crocheting something for a colleague (I picked up crocheting fairly recently, she didn't know about it) and asked if I would make something for her (a specific project that she'd pay me for). I was a bit hesitant and mentioned it to my best friend and she told me not to ever do it. She said my ex-friend treated me the way she did but wanted to still gain from me. So I decided not to do it after all. If she wants it, she can learn or find somebody else.
Now. After some time, when I was still blocked by her, I realised she had two of my books, and I had one of hers. I have been struggling with what to do since then. They're my books and I want them back. I have read one of them and the other one suddenly disappeared from all bookstores here so I couldn't get it if I tried. I'm upset over the fact but at this point I'd rather buy them again than have to reach out to her. But on the other hand, I have that one book of hers - and it's supposedly her favourite.
Now, we're probably going to see each other for the last time for an exam on Tuesday. The next time would be at our graduation in March of 2024. So here's my question: do I bring her book on Tuesday without saying anything? Do I hand it to her and tell her to keep my books or give them away to a library? Or do I keep her book as a hostage in case she ever wants it back?
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2023.05.28 14:30 Mysterious_Solution5 WIBTA if I didn’t attend my best friend’s wedding?

WIBTA if I didn’t go to my best friends wedding?
Sorry for the long post. I (28F) have been friends with my best friend (27F) for almost 16 years. Currently I’m living in Europe and she’s still living in our hometown in the US. She’s getting married to her fiancé she recently met and I briefly met him on a trip home to visit my family. He seems great and a perfect fit for her. While I do think their relationship was rushed I was so happy for her when she told me this was the man of her dreams and always made sure to be supportive of their relationship.
When she called me to tell me she was engaged I was so happy for her. Now 4 months after the engagement and a month from the wedding I’m considering not going. She’s made no effort to inform me of her wedding plans without me prompting (I needed to know asap because international flights aren’t cheap). She got her wedding dress without telling me when we always promised we’d go with each other to pick out dresses (I know I couldn’t be there but a simple “I got my dress!” Would have been appreciated), she asked me to be a bridesmaid at the last minute when I know she asked her other friends before me, and now I found out that she had a bridal shower without informing me and is having a bachelorette party a few days before my flight arrives again without telling me (when I specifically asked her before booking my flight if my arrival day was fine and if she was planning anything beforehand, she told me that my arrival is fine and she doesn’t want to have a bridal showebachelorette). I get that plans change but I would just like to be informed about things and not find out from social media.
I spent a lot of money on the flight and I’m missing two weeks of work (which will be unpaid) and I feel like the effort in going to her wedding doesn’t matter. While I’m upset, I also feel like I’m overreacting but I am considering changing my flight to go see my family in the US when I have paid vacation time from work and skipping her wedding. So WIBTA if I didn’t go to my best friends wedding?
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2023.05.28 14:21 duck_pond0w0 I need help finding this title

The main character (The new female lead) -Mc is isekaied into a novel. -When she wakes up after isekaied she is in bed with a man(the male lead / her new husband) before the mc had been isekaied The og and ml had just spent their wedding night together. The mc gets out of bed and walks over to a mirror and sees her self the male lead wakes up walks over and finds letters on the mirror stand adressed to and from the person that the female lead had just been isekaied into and to and from multiple male suitors. The fl later burns all these letters.
The person that the female lead possesses (og) - I think she had Black hair -A villainess. -She had multiple affairs -She was an amazing horse rider and won many awards for it. -Got killed in the novel by a rival king along with her husband.
-The Female lead in the novel -The male lead and her were childhood friends. -She fell in love with the king from a rival kingdom and then the king betrayed her.
The scene that I remember is that the female lead receives an anonymous letter stating that the mc needs to meet them in a set number of days in the woods, the mc doesn’t know who this letter is from as it was most likely someone that the og knew. Anyway she goes to the place and something is thrown at her from the bushes, then she completes a bunch of tasks and finally the person who was throwing the stuff from the bushes reveals himself.
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2023.05.28 14:20 meatfrappe Wedding full of Miami Heat fans go absolutely wild when the Celtics’ last second shot rims out, think the Heat win the series… and don’t notice the Celtics’ game-winning tip-in with 0.2 seconds on the clock.

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2023.05.28 14:19 TemporaryBullfrog312 21M - Looking For True Deep Friendships

Howdy Doody Y'all! My name is Dylan and well as the title states I am looking for Deep Friendships. I get attached pretty quickly and spam alot too because I love chatting with those I care about haha A guess a bit myself too see if we'd click haha
× 21, Male from the United States (East coast) and I can speak 2 languages 😅
× I like alot of different stuff like Gaming, Reading, Writing, Working Out, Talking, Parties, Sleeping, Movies, Cosplay and all that other good stuff 😂
× I am quite deeply connected to those I bond with and can quickly get attached and want to talk every day I can 😁
× I consider myself Aromantic (no attraction to relationships) and I plan on not looking for a relationship unless it's a friendship ❤️
× I love being generous and helping people I tend to either talk about peoples problems and wanting to help them or I will give people gifts and stuff time to time
× I consider myself very dark humored I will sometimes say some fucked up jokes and such so hopefully it's your kinda taste because it is for my mentally ill ass haha
Ummm idk what else to put I guess you can always DM me and ask and see if we hit it off 🤗 Also if you want to, message me on the 'gram cuz I am active there like all damn day 😂 (handle below) dylanmiller_420
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