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    Location:
    United States
    Occupation:
    Full time half-attentive parent.
    Biography? You asked for it. I guess we should start at the beginning. I don't remember much of my childhood, as it wasn't one of the greatest. I know I didn't have a dad around. He tried to kill me when I was an infant. My mom broke three of his ribs, and he broke her right arm, but in the end he didn't smash me with a book. I remember, with amazing amounts of clarity, when I was about three years old. My father took me for the day, and when I had taken enough of his abuse, I decided to reach into my diaper and paint the walls with what I found. That's the last I saw of him until my 16th birthday. That was awkward. But back to the youth stuff. I grew up moving back and forth between Great Falls and Cheateau Montana. I had one or two good friends, but for the most part, nobody really liked me. I was alone most of the time. Which was fine with me, honestly. the other kids were mean and played stupid games anyways. When I did decide to play with the other kids, I always wanted to do something we weren't supposed to do. When I was 6, I lit up my first cigarette while I was hanging out with the kid my mom didn't want me hanging out with. His sister walked through the house without a top on. That was a big day for me. I would "smoke" occasionally through the next few years, once a week or so. But it was never to look cool, even though at that age it should have been. I did it when nobody was around. I never told anybody. It was my relaxation habit that I hid from the world. We moved from Montana to Rancho Cordova, California, on Halloween of 1992. I was about to turn ten. I didn't get to go trick or treating that year, because we pulled into town at about 10:30 that night. My mom promised me that she would buy me whole bag of whatever kind of candy I wanted to make it up to me. She didn't. The next year was somewhat traumatizing. I got picked on a lot more, and it wasn't fair. I'd just come from Montana. I had seen maybe 8 black people my entire life up to that point. And then all of a sudden I was literally the only white kid in my class. I didn't know what I was supposed to say to these people. So, for some reason, I always seemed to say the exact opposite of what I should have said. I got in a lot of fights. I was very angry. I started wetting the bed again, too. I started stealing things, and smoking a pack a day. Ten years old, smoking a pack a day. I would steal them from the corner store, or my mom. From there, I moved to Elk Grove, when my mom met her gay boyfriend. They've been together for almost twenty years at this point. He still doesn't admit it. But whatevs. He can be in denial if he wants. We didn't get along much, not because of that, but because I think he might have assburgers (I know that's not how that's spelled). He fits the bill pretty well. Anyways, when I lived in Elk Grove I met a girl named Mandy. I'll always remember Mandy. She was blonde, and had glasses, and nobody liked her, and they picked on her, and they all sucked. She was so nice. If a 6th grade kid could actually fall in love, I fell in love with Mandy that school year. I used to walk her home every day from school, and then turn around and walk twice as far just to get home, and I hated walking. The walk home sucked, but it was worth it. We used to play Mortal Kombat 3 together. One time when I was about 15 I met a girl on the internet and she claimed to be Mandy. That was a terrible day. After 6th grade, we moved again. I did that a lot. I don't think I was at the same school for any more than 2 years ever in my life. We moved to Santa Rosa, California. This is where I met my best friend in my life. My mom's boyfriend worked at a movie theater, so I used to go hang out all day and watch movies, eat free popcorn, drink free soda and play a bunch of video games. Life was amazing. I met one of the Popper Jockey's that worked there, and we started hanging out a lot. He was 18, I was 12... People thought it was very odd how much we hang out. This guy is my hetero life partner. Both of us were questioned by at least three people as to if we were "involved". We were always together. Even though he didn't condone it, he still bought my cigarettes. And a pink lighter, every time. As I aged, he became probably one of my biggest influences. He's taught me more about how to survive in the world than anyone else. Because he taught me to laugh at everything. I've left a lot out here, and it's because it's pretty dark stuff. I've had some tragedies in my life that people shouldn't have to bear. But John's always been there to help me find something about it to laugh at. I'm gonna' skip over my time in New York with my dad, and for when I lived with my brother back in Rancho for a while to help him out by watching his kids, and I'm gonna' just go ahead and pretty much skip up to now. I'm living happily with the woman of my dreams, our beautiful daughter, my overly needy nephew, my almost father-in-law, and I vape now. Been at it since mid-november of 2013, and I'm already starting to feel better. Uh... That's it for now. Hope you enjoyed my biography.

    vaping, guitaring, video gaming, D&D nerd gaming, vaping and last but not least gaming.

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