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  • lonewolf
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    Thanks for sharing those personal moments of your life. There is much wisdom in your words...they made me think deep...And...


    Me ah nuh no gentkleman... Gentleman can undress Cindy Breakspeake, wash her, count every hair on her body and dont get a stiffy!

    You made me laugh out loud! To that I also thanks! Laughing is something that has been in short supply lately.
    Last edited by lonewolf; 09-22-2015, 08:47 AM.

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  • Wahalla
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    The secret to being an alcoholic is finding a beverage that doesn't upset your stomach and one that does not give you a terrible post hangover headache!.. I know a couple people who swear by vodka... it is not the alcohol it is the favoroids in it that gives the headache....

    When my best friend told me he was in hospital dying i went home that week end and deliberately got inebriated on highland park 21 year old.whiling listening to the music he liked .. i didnt have a headache even though i threw up...it seems that my stomach is regurgitates before i can blank out as well... So when he died i had already mourned his death.. This was a guy i walked every day for seven years of schooling the six miles . we shared dreams and ambitions, we taught each other,... when we were forming our adult persona... Closer than a brother he was to me. As I said at his funeral, i got so much from him... More than he got from me.

    When he died i was prepared and i knew he had had a terrible death as his organs shut down and his body poisoned itself...dying in your bed is rarely peaceful as the body fights to survive at all costs and wipes the brains social firewalls that keeps society sane... The individual can lash out against each little slight that happened and are forgotten. Especially against love ones . It is often not a kumbaya peaceful moment.. But as the poem goes we rage against the dying of the light...

    I find violent, sudden death to the observer is more pleasant even with shXt, pxss and vomit that can accompanies it.

    The thing i hate is when people tell you that it will be alright.. It wont be alright... you will live with it, you will miss the loved one... ~In the darkness of night when you are alone you have to live with it.

    My earliest memory is of my brothers telling me my sister had died ... i remember the hole i felt and knew no one has ever cared for me as much as she did..That was the purest love any one can feel there is no memory jealousy or rivary between little siblings less than five ..i blocked her image... I did not remember her but i remembered the emotional hole. I finally had a dream of her image after thirty odd years after.

    Dont forget remember my friend... the emotions can be livable.. i have found.

    I don't consider myself a gentlemen Mr Wolf.. As my friend told me once on our long walks to catch the bus...

    Me ah nuh no gentkleman... Gentleman can undress Cindy Breakspeake, wash her, count every hair on her body and dont get a stiffy!
    Last edited by Wahalla; 09-22-2015, 05:01 AM.

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  • My Looh
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    lonewolf, glad to see you are hanging in there. I know a little of what you are going through as my brother just lost his wife during the past Christmas season due to complications brought on by cancer.

    Chin up, time to press on, if for no other reason than to do so in your wife's memory. I'm sure that is waht she would want you to do. Life for you is not over, just different, and too much life left to go wasting it on drugs alcohol or as you stated, letting it consume you. Glad to see you did not go that route.

    If those around offer to reach out to you, don't be too proud to accept. Sometimes it just helps to talk.

    Walk good! Stay strong! Better days ahead!

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  • lonewolf
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    Originally posted by Wahalla View Post
    Wonder how the fire man is doing ? Every time i pass the firehouse i think on him..
    Wahalla you are the ultimate gentleman...I'm hanging in there my friend, just sliding down the old razor blade of life. Having good days and many bad days. I'm finding out that you don't ever get over such a loss, but you have to learn how to deal with it, and not let it consume you...it has been consuming me. I also found out that I could never be an alcoholic... can't stomach it, physically or mentally, but lord knows I tried. lol

    Again, my thanks to you, Blu and everyone else that has expressed their concern...it is a true family here on Jamaicans.com

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  • Wahalla
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    Wonder how the fire man is doing ? Every time i pass the firehouse i think on him..

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  • blugiant
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    Originally posted by lonewolf View Post
    Thank you my friends for your concern. I'm going through a really tough time right now. My whole world has been turned upside down. My perspective of everything in life and its meaning has changed. Things look completely different to me now. It will take some time for me to sort things out... if that happens at all.

    Fireman Dave A.K.A Lonewolf
    da key iss natt to tekk itt too hard. life change butt da realitee iss dat yuh carry sum aff ar widd yuh cah yuh was touch by ar. so yuh affi carree on da best yuh can.

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  • blugiant
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    Originally posted by Peasie View Post
    This is the first occasion I have ever liked blugiant, lonewolf, and Wahalla in the same thread. I need a tissue...
    everywan entitled to dem own opinions

    wi can dissagree butt dat nuh meen we affii be dissagreeable

    wan luv

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  • Wahalla
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    Originally posted by Peasie View Post
    This is the first occasion I have ever liked blugiant, lonewolf, and Wahalla in the same thread. I need a tissue...

    This is because we are men..Because we argue does not mean that it is personal... i am sure i could drink a beer with either of these two gentlemen and have a pleasant time...

    i like Lonewolf .. a man who run towards fires while the rest run away... that deserves respect...

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  • MsExced
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    Take it one day at a time lonewolf

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  • Peasie
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    This is the first occasion I have ever liked blugiant, lonewolf, and Wahalla in the same thread. I need a tissue...

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  • Wahalla
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    Walk good.. thinking on you on occasion... and come back and write again at some point.....

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  • lonewolf
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    Thank you

    Thank you my friends for your concern. I'm going through a really tough time right now. My whole world has been turned upside down. My perspective of everything in life and its meaning has changed. Things look completely different to me now. It will take some time for me to sort things out... if that happens at all.

    Fireman Dave A.K.A Lonewolf

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  • kia027
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    When someone like a spouse passes in addition to the grief of losing someone there are their affairs to be placed in order (personal effects, notifying others, creditors, asset holders etc etc). That takes a good while.

    Lonwolf we are thinking of you and come back when u ready

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  • j-kid
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    Mi second dat! Hell, if wi can find common ground wid hard-core Tropi, den wi can extend di same courtesy to others.


    Originally posted by Wahalla View Post
    ... may not agree with him 80% of the time..but a'ways felt his posts were aways worfh reading.....

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  • Wahalla
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    Originally posted by blugiant View Post
    since him wife died, mi nuh see im pon yah.

    lonwolf do not take your wife death too much to heart because it can hurt you.

    mi sure your wife would want to go on living

    one love

    Nice sentiment... we need him here... may not agree with him 80% of the time..but a'ways felt his posts were aways worfh reading.....

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