I genuinely lose a lot of sleep over this, how do others cope?
I watched it a ton when I was a kid. Looking back at it now, it is still such a badass movie.
Visual effects were solid for the time, had Van Halen do the main soundtrack theme, Bill Paxton/Helen Hunt/Phillip Seymour Hoffman running the cast, and just an all around super solid action/suspense that made you nervous by the size.
I grew up in America’s “Tornado Alley” and this movie scared me way more than vampire and scary monster type of movies. The way that storm trackers are written are so accurate from what I’ve seen from real people in those positions. The way they “respect” the beast that the twister is still hits to this day. It’s scary because it’s real life, but it’s awesome in every single way.
I’ve personally never seen someone talk about this movie before (cue the Reddit guy who wants to show me that someone from 7 years ago posted about it once) and I have no clue why. If for whatever reason you aren’t aware of this movie or haven’t seen it OR haven’t seen it for a long time, it’s worth your while. Holds up on every way.
I am 23(M) and I've been raped before. Twice. I've been sexually assaulted too and this has affected me and subsequent relationships a lot. 2 days ago my girlfriend (23) was in my lap and we were making out and suddenly the images of rape came into my mind and I froze. She obviously sensed it and asked if everything was okay but I couldn't answer and I'd begun to sweat. She got of my lap and asked if I wanted to talk but i still couldn't say anything. Then she asked if she should leave the room and I gave a small nod. She just grabbed her phone from the table and left. This has never happened with me. Nobody has listened to my no before. It feels weird, different ? I don't know.
Next morning when I woke up she had made breakfast and left me a note saying if I wanted to talk I could call her anytime. She came over after work and I thanked her for listening to me, I was almost in tears. She welled up too and said no obviously means no, but hesitation means no too. And that she would never knowingly hurt me. I've never been treated like this before. My parents were shit, and almost every relationship I've had (3) were also similarly shit.
But she's different, she's been my rock when I've fallen low, she cooks for me because she wants me to be healthy, she leaves notes of affirmation all over the house for me to find and is generally the most genuine amazing person I've ever met. I want to show my gratitude to her and want to tell her how much she means to me but I don't know how ? Also it's still weighing on me how my say matters to her. Never in my life have I ever been treated this way.
So how do I tell how much she means to me ? And will I stop feeling this way ?
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