"Congratulations!", he says, "You wasted your entire pitiful life!"
"Well," the man replies, "at least I'm not a adult living in my father's basement."
I’m a young guy with little dating experience. I matched with a girl on bumble and we are meeting up to get drinks at our local bar. I know she lives close by since she did mention it to me.
I’m fine with conversation and all that but I struggle to understand how I can flirt with her during the date and how I can tell she’s open to me making a move and what I should do to make a move.
I’m pretty anxious and I could use any advice. Thank you!
I'm not anti-nature, just extremely pro-human. We should conserve and care for our planet enough that our children can enjoy it - like a National Park - but there's no other particular reason. Nature has no moral laws, and the chunk of rock we call Mother Earth doesn't give a fuck about us. We evolved to breathe her poisonous fumes and hunt her savage animals, and now we should exploit what resources we can, and then plant our bastard children on new worlds to ensure that our legacy lasts for another million years, allowing us to uncover the mysteries of existence itself and become gods.
Dolphins are nice, but they can't do that shit.
Proud of all apes holding. I love all you filthy fucking diamond handed APES. NOT FUCKING LEAVING TIL SHORTS COVER
Edit: Jesus guys, thanks for the awards, but BUY STOCK LOL not financial advice.
For the first time ever, I saw over 140k people online browsing this subreddit! Amazing! I am sure so many of you are first-timers who have seen AMC's incredible performance in the market and are curious about what we are up to, so I thought I would quickly compile some info for the new (or potential) apes and perhaps have just joined (or are considering joining) the AMC Moon Team.
Everything here is super basic and intended for a newbie who might have these questions, with links to the relevant DD. If you have questions that are more complex, or if you are not a newbie, feel free to ask them in the comments. But please understand this post is intended to be an easy-to-understand rundown for new apes and will not examine every single complex detail about this situation.