(untitled). . t: Givith the therapist tradey: Me: Must get so pissed off by the older generation, Therapist: Why? Me: Beacuse when I grew up, we were Farce Fed  (untitled) t: Givith the therapist tradey: Me: Must get so pissed off by older generation Therapist: Why? Beacuse when I grew up we were Farce Fed
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t: Givith the therapist tradey:
Me: Must get so pissed off by the older generation,
Therapist: Why?
Me: Beacuse when I grew up, we were Farce Fed the idea that if we didn' t want ts
be 'hipping burgers at Mcdonalds' then we better go ts ,
Therapist: And?
Me: And new we' gone ts , have degrees, ant get a damn jab, and the
same people all us entitled assholes because we refuse ts ftp burgers!
Therapist: Touche,
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - onkii
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User avatar #15 to #2 - mikepetru
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Your generation needs to learn about sacrifice

because I've sacrificed my entire life and am not obligated to support a lazy prick who doesn't want to deal with the inevitable hardships of life.
User avatar #55 to #15 - schneidend
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> probably a baby boomer
> kickass economy for most of life
> jobs ******* falling out of the sky
> already experienced and accomplished
> "sacrifice"
#39 to #2 - heartlessrobot
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I wonder how much being a terrorist or somali pirate pays.
User avatar #7 to #2 - maffi
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*rages silently*
#9 - anon id: de1cba00
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If you have a family and just lost your job, you'll do what ever it takes to keep food on the table. You'll mow a damn lawn, do some manual labor, it doesn't matter. I don't understand where this false sense of entitlement comes from. Especially with kids around my age (20). They act like they're too good to do certain jobs like fast food and stuff. They need to get over themselves. You have no reason to feel accomplished and like you deserve anything.
User avatar #11 to #9 - faithrider
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it depends on your experience. for example, i have about 2 years of hands on computer tech experience straight out of high school. my second job i got starting pay at $9 an hour. what that tells me is that with the right experience you don't have to settle for flipping burgers at minimum wage.
User avatar #35 to #11 - iamnuff
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its even worse because of the recession.

If i had ignored collage and uni and just started looking for work years ago (before things got so bad) instead of getting qualified, i'd probably have gotten a job in the field i wanted (low tier though) and possibly worked my way up to where I am qualified to work now, through sheer experience.

but i didn't, and now nobody from the field i studied in will hire me (so i can GET practical experience) because I don't already HAVE practical experience (unlike the people who slipped straight into work without getting the qualifications) and If i try and start on the bottom rung (instead trying to get the job that my studies perfectly prepared me for) then the person interviewing me noticed I'm more qualified to do his job than he is, and says "well, you're obviously overqualified for this, you'll be gone in a week when something better comes up"

I know that "If something better was going to come up in a week, I wouldn't be wasting my time here with you, ********." isn't an acceptable answer.

But it's damn tempting, sometimes.
User avatar #12 to #9 - ryderjbudde
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Because they didn't dedicate most of their current lives to getting a degree; because they didn't commit several thousands of dollars to getting a higher education; because they weren't told by basically everyone they knew that getting a degree was the best thing they could do in their life? Yeah, they're wrong for thinking going to college would pay off. They're the unreasonable ones for thinking that taking the route through life that they took would take them to the place they were told it would take them, but instead they ended up jobless.

Of course they can go flip burgers like you, but that would be throwing away all of the hard work. Most of these underemployed people are in debt, but if they're underemployed, they're in debt for nothing, and every month they get to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars as a reminder of how they got screwed over.

If you don't think actually working hard through basic education so that you can get accepted by a college, and then paying for another four years of difficult studies isn't work or reason to believe you are accomplished then you should probably stop acting like you have any idea what you're talking about.

#13 to #12 - anon id: de1cba00
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You can get a job and not make it your CAREER. There's a difference. Get a job until you get hired at a BETTER job. That's how people should do it. Get the work experience and work your way up to the higher paying jobs. Start small is what I'm saying. ANY job is better than no job. At least you're making some money and making a small dent in your debt.
User avatar #14 to #13 - ryderjbudde
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That's not the point. These people will go to work if they have to, but they have EVERY right to be pissed. When they payed for college, it was basically a guarantee that they would get a good job, but then by the time they were done it turned into a waste of time and money, and now they have to struggle through life even though they dedicated the first two decades of their life to having a good adulthood. How horrible it is that they were trying to be responsible. If there was something else they could do other than just give up and let themselves get screwed over like you would want them to, they would. Some of these people who actually tried to get a good education, (like my mom,) go to work and make less than people who couldn't be bothered. How is it unreasonable to be dissatisfied with that? Now, there's nothing wrong with not going to college, but there is also nothing wrong for expecting it to pay off. If I just got done with school and suddenly got told I was wasting my time and was lied to about how it was a good idea to be educated, and I thought rioting or refusing to work was going to change that, I sure as hell would, and you would too.

Don't act like studying isn't work. It may have not been for you, but if so, that's why you didn't go to college.
#18 to #14 - anon id: de1cba00
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You keep saying I didn't go to college... but I did. Actually I am. I'm in college right now. Well I'm on winter break but next semester starts in January. I'm not expecting a job the second I leave college... I understand that work experience > a piece of paper saying I did the required amount of work necessary to earn this piece of paper.
User avatar #21 - slipandbleed
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I just realized therapist is just "the rapist"
User avatar #28 to #21 - articulate
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My therapist pointed that out to me 5 years ago.

Then they raped me.
#22 to #21 - TotesMahGotes
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#42 to #22 - ganjalf
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Here, take the gif and please stop using the thumbnail.
Here, take the gif and please stop using the thumbnail.
User avatar #25 to #22 - rokulda
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my name isn't as blue as yours D:
User avatar #29 to #25 - unkownthous
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Hehe. You have no power over me.
#34 to #29 - heartlessrobot
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User avatar #30 to #29 - rokulda
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all hail
User avatar #31 to #25 - heartlessrobot
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How blue is mine?
User avatar #32 to #31 - rokulda
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we're the same son
#36 to #32 - heartlessrobot
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I'm a little darker, unless FJ image editor's color sampler is retarded.
User avatar #51 to #36 - vatra
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Testing. Oh and you and rokulda are exactly the same.
User avatar #52 to #51 - vatra
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You and I are the same shade too.
User avatar #46 to #36 - YourName
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There's less shades than you think. It only changes once per year or so. For example, mine is the same shade as unkownthous , but we've both maxed out.
#38 to #36 - rokulda
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Comment Picture
#40 to #38 - heartlessrobot
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I apologize. Here, have a late christmas present.
#56 - schneidend
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MFW all the "hurr durr get an engineering degree" assholes in the comments.
User avatar #8 - dreaddune
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After years of reposting the same joke all over, i always see 'therapist' as 'the rapist'.. Well, on a positive note, i will never misspell that again.
#3 - punkrockdude
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Then don't get a useless degree. Problem solved
#5 to #3 - anon id: a273c109
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inb4 every women's-rights-of-the-14th-century student thumbing you down...
#6 to #3 - anon id: 4dfbf3a9
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If only they had told me my physics degree was going to be useless.
User avatar #24 to #6 - rambleon
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As a freshman in physics this worries me
User avatar #43 to #24 - akkere
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Score a co-op, bro. You'll get hands-on experience which makes you valuable in the workforce, and the company you intern for might even score you a job once you get out (in some cases, you might even get paid).
#16 to #6 - bann
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Maybe you're just not the kind of person someone wants working for them, ever consider that?
User avatar #17 to #16 - lamarisagoodname
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There is far too big a push for higher education without any focus on what sort of job you get in college / university institutions, so no it isn't fair to completely blame someone for getting a degree.
#58 to #17 - bann
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O I know, I'm just soured by my friend with a computer engineering degree who complain he can't find a job. I know exactly why he can't find jobs...because he's lazy and presents himself like ****, both on paper and during interviews. I've tried to politely tell him, but he'd rather blame a poor job market and a variety of other things. You can always do something to improve your odds of getting a job.
User avatar #23 to #3 - jukuku
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You should see the employment rates for civil engineers, they're abhorrent.
User avatar #41 to #3 - fuelnfire
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Mechanical engineering isn't doing too well in my general region. Hilariously enough, I ended up going into welding, $85 an hour.
#59 to #41 - punkrockdude
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Yeah i guess it does depend on region. Pretty much anyone with an engineering degree will get a job around here
User avatar #20 to #3 - oceanfrank
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Right yo, really wish my friends older brotherhad gotten a better degree than my MIT Computer Engineering Masters Degree. Damn yo no wonder he's stuck working at a gamestop making $11/hr after 2 years of graduating from MIT with a 3.9 GPA.
User avatar #37 to #20 - heartlessrobot
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Should have checked supply and demand on degrees. I'm going for mortuary sciences, there's no way they've got too many of those.
User avatar #54 to #37 - schneidend
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I think that's the problem. Having to "shop around" for the "right" degree is cancerous. In better times, people actually got to go to school for what they WANTED to do.
User avatar #47 - Das
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Well then maybe they shouldn't have majored in Liberal Arts, English, and Philosophy.
User avatar #48 to #47 - schneidend
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There's actually plenty of cool jobs for English majors. PR firms, news outlets, social media departments, publishing, video game writing teams, they're all looking for people with English degrees.
#60 to #48 - gigabowzer
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Yeah, like flipping burgers...
User avatar #61 to #60 - schneidend
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That dig might have made sense if I hadn't listed a bunch of examples.

Dumbass.
#62 to #61 - anon id: d6ed8848
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Tis be another thimb war.
User avatar #33 - scootabot
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You know what the problem here is?

That guy has a job because everyone is always whining about what they feel is bothering them.

Therapists are in high demand. **** yeah. Jobs.
User avatar #19 - threeeighteen
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All the old cunts are starting to retire, suppose they should learn to go without instead of being a strain on society.
User avatar #1 - wellimnotsure
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That is a fair point, and before people come in saying "you should take any job you can get" most people, myself included do, and you have every right to be pissed
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