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User avatar #10 - captainfuckitall
Reply +2 123456789123345869
(10/05/2013) [-]
1. That's not true, provided you are productive and actually do something with your life. There are millions of ways people will remember you, and someone will always be interested in your feats.

2. Also not true, you get EXACTLY what you work for, one way or another. Hard work is the only thing that yields everything, and when you strive for something you work that much harder.

3. If that were true, they wouldn't be your soul-mate, would they? (provided they feel the same way, of course)

4. Get into a terrifying or painful circumstance, and you learn pretty quickly exactly what they think.

5. Ironic, considering someone else has to be better for this to apply, and going up the ladder means someone is, in fact, the best at what they do.

6. Perhaps, but everyone will also teach you something, or make you feel good. It's just a part of life.

7. Nor should it be. If someone is given freely, it loses its value; it's only when you earn something that you can truly appreciate it.

8. Yes there is, but if we gave it to everyone, nobody would ever work to earn it. The problem with giving handouts is that people stop working in order to get them, and when they stop working, society stops progressing (which is why conflict, not peace, is what allows us to strive)

9. While that may be true, it's how you DEAL with your flaws that make you unique.

10. Not if you take care of it.

11. No there's not, we can create synthetic bacon now (YEAH! SCIENCE BITCH!)

12. Well no ****, nobody is friends with everyone, nor is anybody an enemy of everyone. Some people do have good reasons for not liking you, but that doesn't necessarily speak ill of your character (after-all, they may dislike you because you're stubborn, but it's only those who persevere that come out on top)

Don't you dare let anyone tell you these things. You are worth exactly as much as you believe you are, and let me tell you right now that you could be worth so much more than even that. I believe in you, do you?
#11 to #10 - kanedam
Reply 0 123456789123345869
(10/05/2013) [-]
arguing with cats...?
User avatar #13 to #11 - captainfuckitall
Reply +1 123456789123345869
(10/05/2013) [-]
Arguing with the person who created it, yes.