My mother makes no sense sometimes. I was disturbed when she came home with a fur coat made of the real stuff. She said she understood why I felt that way but bought it anyway because everyone else did and that I was a fool. Apparently a fool is someone who stands up for what they believe in.
But anyway, a lot of people don't really like wearing real animal furs because they associate it with animals that they would hate to see hurt. It's like eating dogs is a big social taboo because we associate that dead dog with the dogs that we know and love
I don't like fur coats myself, but on the vegan front, I have a maxim: Not eating meat is for people who think they are better than animals. If you are a vegan, I respect your lifestyle and you probably are morally amazing, but I am just going to stay in my corner, and eat ribs without feeling guilty, because I am an animal.
Ahh. I wish it was the good old days, when there where 30+ forumers on at once and things were fun and inspiring. A thread would get hundreds of views. Now-a-days getting over 90 is pretty good. Prime time, where did you go? I was a newbie and blind when I joined, and now that I finally see how great the forums were, it's too late to stop and enjoy the moment.
WOw more useless satanic science experiments. Theyve already have rism and the evil commie neonazi monarchy system, this is just another reason to obliterate the UK entirely. its like 100 feet across so it should be pretty easy to nuke
Tbh i was ready to defend you but, i actually read your comments and it sounds like everything you say is trying to be deep and philosophical. I myself do that from time to time, but just so you know if everything you say is like that even when it is pointless you will come off as pretentious.
And it is noticeable, and yes it does bother me when reading more than one of your comments. Not trying to offend you, and i'm not sure if you do this on purpose, but it is something to be aware of (and perhaps fix).
Okay, sorry about that. I keep getting lost in my thoughts, and just now noticed that. I'll try and stop. Thanks for the insight. For a second I thought he was hating me for acting like a know it all or something because I'm honestly not the sharpest tool.
Don't worry about it, didn't hurt me anywhere and its not too hard to fix if you can identify it.
Like on your last activity post: "A reason i will never find" just comes off as a needless inverse. People don't generally talk like that. Because it's unnatural, it comes off as if you are trying to say something like that, and trying to hard to sound deep and knowledgable. Not all inverses are bad, and it's fine to try and use things like that, but if is a pretty colloquial topic it should probably be avoided.
Don't worry Kiro. I see people on here who try to act way smarter. You shouldn't be the only one pointed out. I don't say anything to them, but I do notice that every time they comment they have to try to act all smart.
Okay, but it's just the way my mind works, just like sometimes "The sky is green, so that means all the cats are eating pancakes" comes to mind randomly. So it sounds perfectly normal to me, but most people just call me weird. This is the first time someone told me that.
I feel that the biggest world problem isn't poverty, human trafficking or even hunger. It is three things: Not caring, not willing, and not trying. Why do we still have world hunger? Because not enough actually care, and even fewer people who care about are willing to do anything, and even fewer people of that almost non-existent group are actually gonna try, as far as even do anything. I admit, I'm at fault, but that doesn't mean you should be as well. If your reading this, I hope you'll one day reach great heights, if you don't, at least "live" or make a difference.
The more I listen to these songs, the more I learn to appreciate music from different times and genres. Strange how things change: I went for listening to pop, to dub-step, to rock, and now I'm listening to country, a lot of different rock, pop, score, and even soul.
My dad calls me smart in front of my siblings and then essentially calls me a failure and that I'll never get into college unless I do better. He's also never wrong.
Ever. Parents never admit when they are wrong.
People think I'm too compassionate, have too much emotion, too much of a try-hard, and that I think and care too much.
Well it's kind of hard for me to not be randam, and not do all those things when cancer runs in both sides of my family, I have health issues, and the doctor said I will never be as physically well and long lived as most people.