Life has been really hard
This is Collin. Working at Starbucks has been extremely hard. I barely get by even working long shifts several days in a row. New York is an expensive city that has not been kind to me. However, I am scared to move because it is expensive and I will have no friends in that city. Worst case I will have to move back to San Antonio with my mom and grandparents.
I miss my former life. Any advice?
|by Anonymous||reply 43||Last Sunday at 1:25 PM|
You've spent your 20's being a huge SLUT to wealthy, smart daddies. This is the consequence of you being a whore. Get over it.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||09/14/2020|
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|by Anonymous||reply 2||09/14/2020|
Maybe if you learned to spell you own name things would look up?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||09/14/2020|
R2 I am having a crisis and you want to make fun. I have thought of escorting. Craigslist or what?
|by Anonymous||reply 4||09/14/2020|
Change the spelling of your name and start over. In my experience, that helps tremendously in enabling you to leave past disgraces and mistakes behind.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||09/14/2020|
Present face, dog and hole here and I will churn out my valuable advice for you.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||09/14/2020|
Cut your losses and move out of NYC. There's no need to spin your wheels getting nowhere just to live in NY. You need to pop that belief bubble that life is only worth living in NYC - it's hard because it is pounded into your head every day you live there.
Get yourself onto some career track with some education. You only have a few years left to get your life together before it becomes practically impossible.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||09/14/2020|
Why is the choice only between NYC and San Antonio? Can't you move to another big city where it's easier to make it?
or could you move to SA and live downtown instead of with your folks?
|by Anonymous||reply 8||09/14/2020|
R7 and R8 what is a good city to relocate to? R6 my pics are on here somewhere
|by Anonymous||reply 9||09/14/2020|
R4 etc. Collinboy, I would truly love to believe that you are being honest and not trying to pull some sort of scam.
I remember you posting all types of "woe is me" posts over the last several months. You even posted pictures of yourself (allegedly) and turns out you're very attractive (IF...those pics are indeed you), which was gutsy.
It seems like you are trying to genuinely reach out to anyone with a sympathetic ear; but I'm cynical enough to believe that you have an ulterior motive. Maybe you don't, but the way things are in the world today, I think you will find it difficult to find a sympathetic audience on a anonymous forum such as DL. If I knew you were genuine, I would totally lend you an ear (and nothing much else); however, I'm not sure if you are genuine or just playing some type of game. I do sincerely wish you well, though. It's not fun being in a situation that seems helpless.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||09/14/2020|
It might be because you spell your name with 2 "ls".
|by Anonymous||reply 12||09/14/2020|
R6 Why does he have to show his pet? And how do you even know he has a dog?
|by Anonymous||reply 13||09/14/2020|
Go home, Collin. There is absolutely no shame in doing so. You can work at Starbucks anywhere. Regroup at home. Your life up until now doesn't have to be your forever path.
Also, for you bitches babbling on about how his first name is spelled, grow the hell up. Who cares if it is one or two Ls, both are completely valid, and his parents gave him his name and its spelling, not him.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||09/14/2020|
R14 - recent reporting says 52% of 18-29 year old are living with their parents. It's not shameful and it is common.
Don't go into online porn - you'll never get out of it. Cut your losses, move home and regroup.
Are your parents supportive at all? Weren't you in the military? Isn't there a GI bill where you can take courses for a drastically reduced fee?
|by Anonymous||reply 15||09/14/2020|
Whatever you do, please take the pandemic into account. One advantage to staying where you are is that NYC has gotten it together and taken sensible steps to control the infection. Texas, on the other hand, has been going on the "thin the herd" strategy of just letting the virus run its course among the population, which is why its rate of infection (and deaths) is one of the highest in the country.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||09/14/2020|
I agree with most posters above. Why is your world confined to either moving back to live with your folks or staying in one of the most expensive cities in the World? Find a mid-size city where you can get by with just your Starbucks pay and from there, regroup and figure out plan B. As for your not having any friends in a new city . . . maybe grow up a little and take the chance?
I am pretty certain that whatever your definition of happiness is, it is very unlikely to come from cluttering the web and social media with slutty photos and videos of yourself that will come back to haunt you forever and will also probably not attract the kind of people you want to have near you.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||09/14/2020|
Collin, why do you persist in spamming this site with your rather ridiculous made-up stories? You've been caught lying multiple times. Is your life really so pathetic that you have to make up stories here as a way to validate your existence?
|by Anonymous||reply 18||09/14/2020|
You need to seek advice from Denny. He's easy to spot. He's pulling a three wheeled Samsonite suitcase. Used to be white, but with all the grime and time, now it's an ombre from grey to midnight black with a little fecal speckling and bum barf.
He usually hangs out behind the Maine Monument Central Park entrance near Columbus Circle.
Or on the steps of Duffy Square near the tkts booth.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||09/14/2020|
[Quote] I'm cynical enough to believe that you have an ulterior motive.
Yeah, that he's a troll. As R18 said, why do you all keep falling for this shit?
|by Anonymous||reply 20||09/14/2020|
Collette, you sound like a Janet fan. Every Janet fan and caffeine hawker knows the best way out of sadness is to have regular coffee enemas. As Miss Jackson famously said - they 'suck out the sad cells.'
Use your employee discount to get some cold brew, bend over to present lubricated hole, reverse coffee drink yourself through your anus, keep it in for a good twelve minutes and release the Kraken. You'll feel much lighter, both figuratively and literally.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||09/14/2020|
R15 my Gi Bill is for the state of Kentucky. So I would have to move there. R17 thanks for the advice. I am a year and a half shy or a kinesiology degree. R18 I am real. R21 I am not a Janet fan. I like Whitney or JLo more. More into acoustic and reggae music though
|by Anonymous||reply 22||09/14/2020|
When you leave NYC can I have your stuff?
|by Anonymous||reply 23||09/14/2020|
What is holding you back, Collinboy r22, from finishing your kinesiology degree?
|by Anonymous||reply 24||09/14/2020|
R24 the $12.59 in my bank account
|by Anonymous||reply 25||09/14/2020|
If you are from TX, why is your GI bill money restricted to KY?
|by Anonymous||reply 26||09/14/2020|
Perhaps you can relocate to Seattle .
|by Anonymous||reply 27||09/14/2020|
If you go back to college in Kentucky I would choose the university that Clayton Bush goes to.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||09/14/2020|
R26 when I enlisted I was a KY resident. My folks moved to Texas. My stepdad was in the military too before he passed away.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||09/14/2020|
Look to see if you can change it due to COVID. I can't believe they would restrict it to a state in today's world. Get the degree - don't be a year and a half away from starting your life.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||09/14/2020|
How much do you have in your GI Bill? How many years were you in? Because it should cover tuition PLUS a monthly housing allowance and some money for books and fees. You could do 4 straight semesters (including summer) and be done by 2022 if you had started a few months ago.
Use that bill - call them up. See what can be done. You'll never know until you try. These are benefits that most young people would love to have - make sure you maximize them.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||09/14/2020|
Can't you use KY GI BIll benefits and do online learning only? You would still get some housing money I think.
Max out that GI Bill man - presuming you have some left. That's your ticket right there.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||09/14/2020|
R32 I have been looking into it but it is super difficult rn with the short staff.
R1 you don’t know my life
R2 only fans is for washed up losers
|by Anonymous||reply 33||Last Wednesday at 8:31 PM|
I grew up in the PNW and went to college there as well. I flunked out late into my college career and my parents told me I could move back to live with them. I wanted to finish what I started, so I moved to Portland and did just that. After I finally achieved my degree, I then moved back to live with my parents when I was 24. I am thankful for the time I spent with them as an adult. I stayed with them for a year before I ventured off and travelled the country. I ended up in San Diego. I did some tours as an actor, and, after a few years, I had enough and decided to settle in L.A. at age 32. I lived there for nine years, decided I needed a change, and moved to Australia (I had citizenship). I've been here ever since. If I fell on real hard times, I would never rule out moving back with my folks if I needed to. Their home is always open to me, God bless them. Not everyone has that.
I did hit the skids though. The last two years of my life have been pretty brutal. I have used the last five or so months to climb out of a resulting depression. I'm embarrassed it has taken this long, but, luckily, I had money saved up to get me through. I have a lot of friends showering me with support and positivity, but, the truth is, I wasn't open to receiving it. I wanted to be, but I wasn't. I just needed to heal first, before I could truly appreciate their support.
If you are unhappy in NYC and have gotten all that you can out of the city, it's time to move on. If you're short on funds and your family won't mind, move back in with them, get a job, save up some money, spend time figuring out what you want to do next, and where you want to go. A lot of the younger generation are abandoning coastal cities, because it's too expensive. This isn't an easy process and you're not exactly going to do it until your ready. But, you already have the answers. The real question is ready whether or not you're ready to accept them and take action. Good luck.
And, if you're hot enough to start an OnlyFans account, then, money should not be a problem. If I was in my 20s or early 30s, I'd do it. It's an easy way to make cash and you won't have to move back to San Antonio.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||Last Wednesday at 8:57 PM|
R36 thank you for the advice!
I can either go to NKU or go to University of Louisville. Either Louisville or Cincinnati. What hell holes
|by Anonymous||reply 37||Last Saturday at 8:56 PM|
You can use your VA benefits anywhere. I even met a guy who used his in Bangkok.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||Last Saturday at 9:03 PM|
R38 how?? Please explain. Kik me?
|by Anonymous||reply 39||Last Saturday at 9:06 PM|
Why do you think you can use them only in Kentucky? Who told you that?
|by Anonymous||reply 40||Last Saturday at 9:13 PM|
R37 move to Kentucky. Get McConnell to be your tenth daddy
Btw I fucked you in 2016 and then in 2020. Your hole is losing its elastic
|by Anonymous||reply 41||Last Saturday at 9:15 PM|
Why do you guys care so much about my ass?
|by Anonymous||reply 42||Last Sunday at 1:16 PM|
Maybe move to the Pacific Northwest, maybe Portland, where the air is fresh and clean and the crime rate is low. Oh wait, that's over too.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||Last Sunday at 1:25 PM|