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    Jan 04, 2009 8:56 PM GMT
    You ever just get into a mood that hangs around for ages and wont go away but you don't really notice it until other people mention it?

    I get into this mood occasionally, I start getting really short and cryptic on people, no one gets me or understands what the hell I'm on about (well, except for my sister).

    Its very frustrating on both heads of the stick for me, I get frustrated because to me it seems that everyone is just being dumb and because I'm just not being gotten..

    I'd imagine its a frustrating things for everyone else to endure my moods too, poor little feckers they are...
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    Jan 04, 2009 9:00 PM GMT
    lilTanker saidYou ever just get into a mood that hangs around for ages and wont go away but you don't really notice it until other people mention it?

    I get into this mood occasionally, I start getting really short and cryptic on people, no one gets me or understands what the hell I'm on about (well, except for my sister).

    Its very frustrating on both heads of the stick for me, I get frustrated because to me it seems that everyone is just being dumb and because I'm just not being gotten..

    I'd imagine its a frustrating things for everyone else to endure my moods too, poor little feckers they are...


    People that know you can be very perceptive about how you feel, even before you realize yourself. I used to get pissed when people asked me "what is wrong" because on the surface, i felt nothing was wrong.

    But something WAS up, even though I couldn't figure it out, it was still there.
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    Jan 04, 2009 9:52 PM GMT
    lilTanker saidYou ever just get into a mood that hangs around for ages and wont go away but you don't really notice it until other people mention it?

    I get into this mood occasionally, I start getting really short and cryptic on people, no one gets me or understands what the hell I'm on about (well, except for my sister).

    Its very frustrating on both heads of the stick for me, I get frustrated because to me it seems that everyone is just being dumb and because I'm just not being gotten..

    I'd imagine its a frustrating things for everyone else to endure my moods too, poor little feckers they are...


    WTF??? you mean, a guy can be "MOODY" and not be understood by those around him? OMG! This has never happened to anyone else in the history of mankind....LOL!

    YEP...I understand completely. I find a night of wild sex (with someone else, not on the web!) or a vacation help relieve this situation. You have my prescription, now go take care of it! Good luck and play safe and fun! Many Hugs!....we'll be here wating for the "liltanker" we all love....
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    Jan 04, 2009 10:36 PM GMT
    Yup. I can relate (just ask my partner haha). A lot of times, it's due to lack of sleep, a dull headache, or just a sour mood that doesn't abate quickly. My "dark" emotions usually pass quickly, but there are those days where a dark cloud hangs over my head.

    Oh, one other thing. I also get this way when I'm kind of dehydrated. Sometimes, a big glass of water does the trick. Seriously.
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    Jan 04, 2009 10:57 PM GMT
    Check your blood sugar.
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    Jan 05, 2009 12:18 AM GMT
    yeah I dont know what it is, makes me feel lethargic about going to the gym to oddly enough since it feels like home there heh icon_biggrin.gif

    its not my diet, thats all good, I'm not dehydrated but I had a big glass of water anyway..

    meh, I just think I'm in a funk right now for some reason, its nothing massive, life goes on icon_smile.gif

    And Sporty_g...... eat me!
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    Jan 05, 2009 12:21 AM GMT
    Google on andropause and hormone replacement therapy. You're at that age....

    Low androgens can cause a long list of issues, one being lethargy, and depression. You may wish to have a testosterone test done.
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    Jan 05, 2009 12:21 AM GMT
    HAHAHA icon_biggrin.gif
    and don't tease!!! icon_sad.gif
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    Jan 05, 2009 1:16 AM GMT
    Definitely feel your pain, occasionally get in a funk here from time to time and drives me nuts when people get up my arse about it. Ive had people ask me what was wrong while texting over the phone (these are also the same people who dont get when im being sarcastic and think im being an a-hole) if they didnt think i was being chipper enough haha. I'm like sweet jesus, if im really in a mood i'll tell ya to f'off
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    Jan 05, 2009 1:47 AM GMT
    flex210 saidGoogle on andropause and hormone replacement therapy. You're at that age....

    Low androgens can cause a long list of issues, one being lethargy, and depression. You may wish to have a testosterone test done.

    Ummm.... I don't know how to respond to that...
    Well, first of all, my last blood works came back three weeks ago and my hormones are far higher then average for someone my age, I still have a massive sex drive, I'm not lethargic or depressed... and I know when I'm lethargic or depressed...

    OMG I'm 26... I don't need any replacement therapy... well.. I could do with some sex therapy.. I am a tinsy bit horny right now icon_biggrin.gif but I did just have a workout!
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    Jan 05, 2009 2:42 AM GMT
    Yes, it is called mild depression due to meds and lack of sleep plus the time of year (cold, dreary and no sun). I just feel like lying around, and those irritating e-mails everyone gets at work sometimes start me cursing (I rarely swear).

    I would love to get 8 hours of continuous sleep for just one night a week!
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    Jan 05, 2009 3:10 AM GMT
    lilTanker saidyeah I dont know what it is, makes me feel lethargic about going to the gym to oddly enough since it feels like home there heh icon_biggrin.gif

    its not my diet, thats all good, I'm not dehydrated but I had a big glass of water anyway..

    meh, I just think I'm in a funk right now for some reason, its nothing massive, life goes on icon_smile.gif

    And Sporty_g...... eat me!


    No worries sexy! .....if and when I get lucky enough to meet you, I hope to have a "full-course meal"! icon_lol.gif

    In all seriousness, to break your funk, do something "charitable" for someone or some group less fortunate or less-able bodied than you. Do it for a week or several weeks, months, etc. The act of giving or helping others takes your mind off of "you", changes your center of attention and reminds you of how lucky you are, puts perspective back in place and makes your corner of the world just a bit better. And is a hell of a lot better than taking prescriptions....
    Take Care....
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    Jan 05, 2009 4:37 AM GMT
    In all seriousness, to break your funk, do something "charitable" for someone or some group less fortunate or less-able bodied than you. Do it for a week or several weeks, months, etc. The act of giving or helping others takes your mind off of "you", changes your center of attention and reminds you of how lucky you are, puts perspective back in place and makes your corner of the world just a bit better. And is a hell of a lot better than taking prescriptions....
    Take Care....[/quote]

    Try to be around kids......they are sure to put you back in touch with what is fun!
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    Jan 05, 2009 11:37 PM GMT
    I tend to suffer from SAD - Seasonal Affected Disorder. It is quite common here in Britain when we go through the winter months without adequate sunshine. When I lived on my own before 1998 I was prone to intense depression which sometime gave me "the weeps" without knowing why I felt that way. I guess it must have been loneliness. This at times lead to back pain, bad enough to confine me to bed for up to a week. Psychosomatic? Maybe. Since I married, I suffer much less of it, although I still get occasional bouts.
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    Jan 06, 2009 12:02 AM GMT
    LT - It's called male PMS. icon_lol.gif
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    Jan 06, 2009 12:19 AM GMT
    It's also called "you're far ahead of the IQ quotient with your co-workers/friends, and need for them to catch up"! My boss has to reign me in during special meetings, as she knows that I'm at least 3 steps beyond where everyone else is, and I'll get really "cranky" at some point.
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    Jan 06, 2009 12:24 AM GMT
    We all get them, it's called being human.....
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    Jan 06, 2009 1:35 AM GMT
    All really interesting to hear, I'm happy to know, that I'm not the only one that gets into little things like this icon_biggrin.gif

    HighVoltageGuy saidLT - It's called male PMS. icon_lol.gif
    I'll show you PMSing bitch.. work hard all day.. come home.. people call me PMSing.. grrrr icon_razz.gif
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    Jan 06, 2009 1:48 AM GMT
    ^^ You can't show me anything I don't already know about male PMS. Just ask a1972guy and COjock1974. Why don't you go sit in a corner and sulk all the while suckling one of your t-shirts! LOL!
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    Jan 06, 2009 2:09 AM GMT
    HighVoltageGuy said^^ You can't show me anything I don't already know about male PMS. Just ask a1972guy and COjock1974. Why don't you go sit in a corner and sulk all the while suckling one of your t-shirts! LOL!
    I'd rather suck you
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    Jan 06, 2009 2:09 AM GMT
    HighVoltageGuy said^^ You can't show me anything I don't already know about male PMS. Just ask a1972guy and COjock1974. Why don't you go sit in a corner and sulk all the while suckling one of your t-shirts! LOL!


    It's true. HighVoltageGuy has flashed his va-jay-jay a few times. He goes out on the town, Britney Spears style, without any panties.

    LT, a very good physician friend of mine tells me of a very serious condition called DSB. It affects men of all ages, but can become an issue with men starting in their late 20's.

    Symptoms include irritability, lethargy, and apathy.

    It's called "Deadly Sperm Backup." Try a good wank session! Always works to improve my mood!
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    Jan 06, 2009 2:13 AM GMT
    I'm moody, and I always seem to be the opposite of what's going on around me.
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    Jan 06, 2009 2:29 AM GMT
    Why's everyone hating on emotions? More problems come from running away from emotions, medicating them, or denying them than from feeling them.

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    Jan 06, 2009 3:48 AM GMT
    BradySF saidWhy's everyone hating on emotions? More problems come from running away from emotions, medicating them, or denying them than from feeling them.


    Hold your horses there, who said anything about hating or running away from emotions?
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    Jan 06, 2009 4:08 AM GMT
    Sporty_G recommended a vacation to get rid of the feelings.
    Flex210 thought it requires hormone therapy.
    SurrealLife equated moodiness to a lack of sleep and side effects of other meds.
    KissingPro offered charity as a way to get away from the feelings.

    I'm not going to get into all the "have sex and feel better" comments.