Insaneopath Seeks Same

Crazy (mentally ill) Romantic seeks same for friendship, more - 40

ME: 40 year old, 5'9", average weight, better than average looking, widowed, white, depressive, seeks mentally ill woman for friendship and possible relationship. I'm creative, funny, smart, and very nice, and also fucking crazy.

I know "mentally ill" is the PC way of saying it, but there something refreshing about coming out and just owning the word "crazy." I've been on anti-depressants for 20 years and even briefly spent some time in a mental hospital following a botched suicide attempt.

Current medications: Wellbutrin and Pristiq.

You: 25-45 year old woman with depression, bi-polar, borderline personality disorder, recovery issues, eating disorders, or any other recognized mental illness, i.e. Crazy Girl.

I'm not so nuts that I don't prefer attractive women, but I have a wide range of tastes and think a lot of different types of women are pretty.

Anyway, crazy girls are generally hot. You should have some insight into your mental issues. Nothing worse than the crazy who deny their state. You should have some good stories about a lot of things, your craziness included.

Despite depression, I enjoy doing a wide variety of things, and would like to have another crazy person to do them with. I don't have any problem with common anti-depressant side effects. I can easily "pass" for sane, but sometimes it's uncomfortable hanging with the "normals," and no one understands crazy like crazy. Let's see if we can have some crazy fun together. I'm not dangerous, in a physical sense, and I'd prefer you not be either, though all such issues will be decided on a case-by-case basis.

I've attached a picture of my non-crazy dog, so I show up in searches. Your picture with reply gets mine.

see more pwn and owned pictures

1 comment:

Wellbutrin Prescription Medication said...

My name is Todd Thomas and i would like to show you my personal experience with Wellbutrin.

I am 29 years old. Have been on Wellbutrin for 2 weeks now. The positives do not outweigh the negatives in any way.I strongly recommend trying natural dopamine supplements that are out there including Gaba.Look into it.All that I was getting with anti-depressants was frustration which led to helplessness which led to hopelessnes and suicidal feelings.Its really sad to know that drugs whether legal or not,can become a dependency factor,and when they fail to live up to the standards,and after all the $$$ has been handed over,we all end up right back where we started.I am always interested in talking to people about this subject..

I have experienced some of these side effects -
Insomnia,extreme energy surges and stomach aches.I also had appetite decrease.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Todd Thomas