When I just say I'm asexual it seems to go well, but when I add the biromantic part people act like I'm no longer asexual, but rather bisexual when I clearly have stated I was asexual before, what causes that? I'm pretty curious.
E: Yours truly remembered how to edit posts - thank you everyone for the advices, answers and the 3 awards! I'd actually like to answer all your comments, but I will have a lot to do in this time being.
Hello my fellow Apes 🦍🦍🦍,
Today we are going to talk about a concept called Max Pain (no I am not talking about Max Payne, but he is pretty awesome too), and a theory for what happened with GME on Friday after we met resistance at $220.
I still know nothing, I can't do math good. PLEASE don't listen to me! Obligatory 🚀🚀🚀
TLDR: After the Whales met any resistance to their upward campaign, they decided to call it a day, hit the SSR and inflict the maximum pain on the shorts using the least amount of money. Any price above $160 would do this. It will be exciting to see what will happen on Monday! 💎✋🚀🚀🚀
---------- Max Pain
First off, how cool is it that there is an actual finance term called MAX PAIN?!?!
Here is the quick definition of Max Pain, if you want to read more, here is the investopedia link:
>Max pain, or the max pain price, is the strike price with the most open contract puts and calls and the price at which the stock would cause financial losses for the largest number of option holders at expiration.
>The term max pain stems from the maximum pain theory, which states that most traders who buy and hold options contracts until expiration will lose money
Manually calculating the max pain price is an arduous process (literally summing up the put and dollar value for each ITM strike price and then finding the one with the worst outcome), but luckily there are several websites that do it for you!
I prefer the look of maximum-pain.com however it seems you can not look at historicals and now they only have April 1st data. Luckily I still had a tab open with Swaggystocks.com, so I will use graphs from them.
What they give you is a pretty looking graph like this and essentially the spot where the two colours intersect (calls and puts) and has the lowest total value is the Max Pain. This means the least nu... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, my girlfriend is a very touchy person. As you can probably guess, her love language is touch. I would normally have no problem with this, except I am expected to give her upwards of three massages a day.
Just now she woke me up from a nap needing her back scratched, and that turned into a full back and shoulder massage. It's honestly really frustrating because sometimes she won't even say she wants her back rubbed, she'll just grunt or nudge me if I stop for a second until I get the hint and keep going. Almost every. single. night. that we sleep together she wants her back rubbed until she falls asleep, and that's really tiring for me to always do.
These aren't short massages either, they're upwards of ten minutes. It's gotten to the point where I get nervous affectionately touching her shoulders or hair because she'll tell me how good it feels and ask for more. This might be vey petty of me, but it's honestly taking a toll on me. What should I do?
tl;dr girlfriend wants three massages every day