More pictures like this. Also cringe thread.
Letting a family member celebrate your birthday is cringe? k den
Notice how I said "letting." I don't make a big deal out of my birthday, so I wouldn't want something like this, but family would insist doing something like this, so I let them and be thankful for it. If anything, it's cringe to be the douche who would deny a family member to do this for them.
>I love you son, what kind of cake would you like
I love you too mom. Well your chocolate cheesecake is my favorite.
>okay wonderful, I know your not big on birthdays so we can keep it simple this year.
> And besides, we wouldn't want you to have a big birthday party with clowns and magicians like that flaming fag op now would we.
Damn straight mom.
>stay with loving parents make bank at 20 and cash out in the future no rent no bills focus on what you love
>have rent, shitty roommates you may depend on to pay rent, still be a student cause it's impossible to graduate with a bachelor's at 20. Be broke in debt.
Yea sure tell me how a 20 year should make it
Insane bi-polar with major mental issues yells at people scares 99 % never bathes ...keeps trying to kill him self but keep failing and lives like this :
As the child of Jehovah's Witnesses I would love if my mother acknowledged my birthday with a cake or something other than a lecture about not celebrating birthdays just once.
What else do you expect? If you think about it an insanely clean house is a case of mentally ill such as ocd.everyone has a mental disorder if you think about it. So what if he's still living in what you call a mess. At least he's still living and not killing himself or others at the time.
It's not financially smart to live alone if you have the opportunity to stay home to save on rent. In my situation, I stay with my parents while I go to college. Yeah, it would be nice to live alone or with friends, but you know what would be even more nice? Saving money every month to lower the cost of going to college. I can live with that.
You know theres something about these pictures
They're all young, they all have cakes, some of them even have good cakes, with big candles in the shape of appropriate numbers. And there are pictures, there are people there, behind the camera, most likely parents, but they're still there, a source of love and care
Think for a moment anons, of the men and women out there who have had birthdays pass with no pictures to remember it by, with no cakes, no care, no love, not even from the people who brought them into this world.
I'm 22 and my birthday was in November. I spent it alone just like every year. My dad who I live with got some random cake from a grocery store which wasn't even a birthday cake. He also bought himself 4 of the same cake because he is an obese fuckhead.
I'm not a weird gross autist though. I shouldn't be in this situation. I just don't know how to escape it. (talking about living with my dad and not having a job or life)
I would at least fake a smile for whoever made the cake and took the picture. He looks kind of like an ungrateful shit but at the same time he might be autistic or severely depressed.
I'm sorry anon, I'm not going to tell you it'll get better
I'll only tell you that in a lot of ways you are alone, but in some ways, you aren't
I know, what a selfish prick. Youd think by now he's accept his solitude
People put too much importance on birthdays. I haven't told anyone it was my birthday in like five years. When I was young my parents only gave me a proper party every other year, to save money. I still got presents, but friends were not allowed to come over.