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I live in a really really mall town where everybody knows each other. I don't have much friends.?

I'm on the same boat, but I'm 15 and a girl. Just recently a guy I had a huge crush on (sophomore) for 9+ months, was turned against me by the evil girls in his class, and I have been so depressed because of it. I am a total lone wolf. I have no one. Not a single person to stick up for me. So it feels like me against the whole school everyday. Which seems like a constant battle (especially at lunch when you are a freshman). Oh well, I guess all we can do is hope college is better.

We use indefinite pronouns to refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. We use pronouns ending in -body or -one for people, and pronouns ending in -thing for things:Everybody enjoyed the concert.I opened the door but there was no one at home.It was a very clear day. We could see everything.We use a singular verb after an indefinite pronoun:Everybody loves Sally.Everything was ready for the party.When we refer back to an indefinite pronoun we normally use a plural pronoun:Everybody enjoyed the concert. They stood up and clapped.I will tell somebody that dinner is ready. They have been waiting a long time.

It depends on whether you are using the indicative or the subjunctive.Everybody knows something.It is important that everybody know something.

I don't have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad.?

Well....
may I share my one my favorite rants of all time....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOYrCHi7y...

Be warned...
it is not for the weak of the heart...
nor for those obsessed with being politically correct.

He is viewed now as an outside artist...
he went insane early in life...
and he has a rather large cult following.
(he died insane in a veterans hospital in 1997).
He was "mad as hell" and went mad in his madness.
But he did do something about it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_E._...

Soooo....
may I recommend that we...
as the Titanic like human society we belong to...
begins its journey into the depths of 13,000 feet of cold water...
not to be concerned about the inevitable reality of the massive failure...
nor how to stop it....
but be more concerned with how to protect ourselves (and those we love) from the consequences of society's collapse.

There is a convergence of events surrounding resource loss and political instability that can not, at this point in mankind history, be stopped.

Just my view....
'I can not fix the damage already done...
it is now impossible."


Michelle

(and enjoyed the thoughts you presented about Hawkins...very cute)

Need Advice? Should I go ahead & tell my husband that I know he is gay or wait? I have proof of infidelity...?

LOL, he's an insecure interest whore. Sorry, not guffawing at you yet on the rhyme I made. i think of you will desire to pass out with out him each and every so often to get a number of your "shine" lower back. and you besides would would desire to end catering to him. Be trouble-free with him. If he does not like it he can discover interest someplace else as that style of individual is basically onerous. a marriage is meant to be a partnership the place each and each individual needs the different individual to be satisfied and could make sacrifices, is somewhat, for that to ensue. What sacrifices is he making? i became into with a guy like that different than he became into worse in that it became out he became right into a mendacity sack of **** too. everywhere we went he had to command each and all of the attention. on the commencing up it became into cool with the aid of fact he became into friendly and outgoing. Then it have been given to be like, hi, i'm sitting here throughout the time of from you!!! So yeah, he desires to straighten up and fly suited or basically fly away. stable success to you, surely, i know how annoying it extremely is.

It is a statement based on the premise that nothing is what it seems.I follow a very funny Twitter account, GSElevator Gossip (@GSElevator), that once tweeted the following statement:"No chick is as happy as she seems on Facebook, as sexy as she appears on Instagram, or as funny as she is on Twitter."And this is true. I strongly believe we are living in a very artificial world - a world where we based our decisions on what we see on social media. This world is not real because it does not highlight everything. It just highlights the good things that are happening. You looking very hot on a bikini. The burger you're gonna eat. Opinions of different friends on a popular topic. The cutest of puppies.It does not highlight (as much) the bad moments - your tummy after following that burger with a large Coke, when you just got a new phone that isn't as lovely as the latest iPhone, or when your dog pees for the 3rd time today and you have to clean it up.It does not highlight the lull moments - and I tell you - the lull moments are not just fillers. They are what makes you appreciate the moments when you're most alive.The current world lacks realism, and that's bothersome. That's why the abovementioned statement is very apparent today. You're getting a good view of the most note-worthy, if not the best, moments of people. And as a consequence, you try so hard to mold your life the way you see it in today's media.

You know I always think same that I know nothing, others know something.What if I give you some recommendations for reading.But if you don’t like reading, then you won’t like my recommendations for reading. Or probably you would be looking for a book on a topic in which I’ve no knowledge.What if I share about the strategies of chess?But what if chess isn’t your idea of playing game? You’ll find it meaningless.What if I tell you about Economics and its various growth models?But what if you don’t have an interest in Economics? You’ll find it boring.What if I share about Quora and my observation for its users?/But what if you don’t want to read about such stuffs. You’ll find it useless.So, it doesn’t matter what others know unless it has some use for you. Everyone know something but not everything.And since it is like a universal rule, you also know something which definitely I don’t know.In nutshell: That feeling of knowing nothing is a human behavior, But, it doesn’t prove that others know everything and you got nothing to share. Even you’ve something to share but it is meaningful only if others have an interest in it.And, learning is a continuous process. The more you explore, the more you’ll expand your boundary of knowing something.

I think you are way too transparent to others. You might see yourself as an open book - everyone knows something about you. And in the process you might be giving up information about yourself that you are unaware of.I think the place where you need to start is to know yourself better. Keep aside some part of everyday or every week just for yourself, spend time with yourself exploring a place, bike up a hill and ask yourself - what is it that you like in life, what makes you happy, what kind of people anger you, do you need a change in career, do you want to learn a new language and with freshness in your thoughts, ask yourself why is it that people can see through you?In today’s selfish and manipulative world, it’s not a good thing for people to see through you - you have to shield yourself and never let others know what you truly are and what your motives are. Everyone is not going to be nice to you and everyone is not going to care for you and your problems. It’s in your best interest to be cautious and casual to people around you until a strong element of trust is established between others.

Why do women go ahead with a pregnancy when they know the man is a deadbeat/wont support the kid?

I get what you are saying but reality is this it takes two, and either of the two has to be responsible enough to use protection, especially if an unwanted pregnancy is a top priority. If the other participant says they are protected then i see the unfair dispute. If a woman falls pregnant then in the long it is her choice whether she chooses to keep it or not, if the father says he dos not want it or dos not want to participate in the child's life at all then it is selfish on the mothers behalf, because the devastating consequences of this is a child growing up only to discover he was unwanted, and his mother did place him in the world for him to find that out, which he will want to know. A pregnancy should be planned and something both partners want.

I. Use protection at all times is the only advice i can give you that would have prevented this whole situation from occurring.

That part made you at fault for this situation taking place. There is faults at both sides, the one that
pays the consequences is the child.

I found this on the internet:"By definition, most sources will tell you that both everyone and everybody share the same definition and that many thesauruses usually relate the two pronouns as synonyms under any context. ‘Everyone’ would basically mean every person. Utmost care must only be observed when splitting the word into two like ‘every one.’ The same goes with ‘every body.’ These would imply something else ‘“ the words would refer to each single person in a certain group or congregation.The main difference with these pronouns is how they are used. Collective is a term that describes a collection or the entirety of something. It is opposite to acknowledging something as single or separate individuals. For example, when a teacher addresses to all the students in the congregation he will say ‘Everyone is required to attend the symposium.’ In this sense, the pronoun everyone is used to invite every single individual in the congregation. It is synonymous to saying that ‘each one’ is invited.On the contrary, everybody is often used differently. Let’s say, ‘Everybody joined the symposium.’ This is describing that the entirety or the collective number of students as a whole served as one single entity. This difference is confusing at start but once you get the hang of it then it will be a piece of cake.Overall, discerning everybody from everyone is very delicate. The disparity is so slight that it is the one causing the confusion. Because of such, the two words are now accepted by many grammarians as one as the same word. Many sources either online or offline also consider using the two words interchangeably.1. With the word everybody the subject is being considered as a collection or as one single unit.2. With the word everyone, the subject is being considered as separate individuals, as in each individual."I hope it helps. I thought the words meant the same thing, but now I'm confused. Damn!