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    Not sure if trolling or not.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He brought me a laptop for my birthday, would it be appropriate to sell it?
    Yeah lol
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    (Original post by H0PEL3SS)
    How do you mean? Does he threaten to blackmail you or..?
    Like I was out with a group of friends and got a lift home by one of them and then he was like dont bring him to the house he will bring boys to the house in case something goes wrong.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    You are a 24 year old man. Who cares what your brother thinks?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yeah lol
    Really my mother said it would be wrong to sell the laptop as he brought it as a gift for me.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Really my mother said it would be wrong to sell the laptop as he brought it as a gift for me.
    If you really hate it and don't use it then there's no point it lying around.
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    Yes I do hate it, I already had a PC in my room with internet connection and on top he brought me a laptop implying stay on the internet even longer.

    I have spent the last 10 years browsing the internet watching videos, listening music, browsing websites, browsing pornography wasting complete and utter time which has lead me to lead to being socially phobic.
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    As I said earlier you should definitely move out, so your brother won't control your life anymore, and concerning yoursocial phobia, spend less time on the internet and go out, join clubs at your uni, join a gym , be a part of an association helping others etc.. Anything to make you go out and meet people. Honestly just realize the chance you got. You are young, in good health and rich enough to have a roof on your head and food. It's more than many people have.

    Oh, and don't obey your brother he has no right to control your life.
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    (Original post by skinnylove25)
    As I said earlier you should definitely move out, so your brother won't control your life anymore, and concerning yoursocial phobia, spend less time on the internet and go out, join clubs at your uni, join a gym , be a part of an association helping others etc.. Anything to make you go out and meet people. Honestly just realize the chance you got. You are young, in good health and rich enough to have a roof on your head and food. It's more than many people have.

    Oh, and don't obey your brother he has no right to control your life.
    That is what I am doing, I have joined a GYM, I go to the library to study as opposed to stay home and am trying to build the courage to join a club to improve my confidence. Thanks for the advice.
 
 
 
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