(untitled). . nec rag orr. nan: DIE: There' s a pool: sitting in front of you. In it contains all the oad things people have said about you behind your back: wo (untitled) nec rag orr nan: DIE: There' s a pool: sitting in front of you In it contains all the oad things people have said about behind your back: wo
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nec rag orr.
nan: DIE:
There' s a pool: sitting in front of you.
In it contains all the oad things people have said about
you behind your back: would you open it?
Hell fuckng yeah
Read it so you can out what people really have to say about
you and how you can change your character to be a better
person.
read it so you Know what order to murder people in
Two kinda of people
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - infinitereaper
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I remember something my Chinese teacher once said

"Don't worry about what people think of you."
"Chances are, no one is thinking of you anyway."
#5 to #4 - testaburger
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#18 to #5 - infinitereaper
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She said it to the entire class.
She was a nice lady.
User avatar #22 to #4 - mistercookie
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Well it's through though. Everyone is so preoccupied by trying to figure out what everyone else is thinking about them, to actually do much thinking about anyone else.
User avatar #25 to #22 - mistercookie
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True* God damn i cant spell
User avatar #24 to #22 - infinitereaper
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Yeah, the class laughed. It stung but on a good level it's true. It's probably best to be someone people think good thoughts of rather than worrying about what people think.
#6 - tokitoki
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Yea right.    
This is just another trap to get me to read a book.    
I'm not falling for it this time.
Yea right.
This is just another trap to get me to read a book.
I'm not falling for it this time.
User avatar #56 to #6 - ohhh
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To be fair, i probably read books worth on this site everyday already.
User avatar #57 to #56 - tokitoki
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I like the way you think, guy.
User avatar #8 to #6 - faelysse
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This is what government wants
User avatar #37 to #6 - billywonka
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I only read books I've already read.
#11 - gtfomylawnbish
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"Change character to be a better person"


LOL..... Because that's how you become a better person. Don't do whatever pricks are talking **** about. My entire family talked **** about me going to college. I no longer visit their trailers.
User avatar #35 to #11 - schneidend
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Because, obviously, you're totally perfect and nobody could have any legitimate criticisms of your character.
User avatar #54 to #11 - xtwinblade
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"******* Derick, he always talks so god damn much! why wont he just shut his god damn mounth and let others talk... it's always those ******* video games man, god he's annoying"

From that, Derick could learn to talk less and use other conversation subjects.
#46 to #11 - isaacbn
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maybe you can get real important feedback. Change the ones you consider that can make you a complete dick.
User avatar #16 to #11 - henkstr
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just be open for critique and strive for self-improvement is what he was trying to say by that, man.

Still, I get what you mean. Don't let yourself be dragged down by dem haters.
You need to differentiate between honest people who are just to polite (or whatevs) to say those things to you in person and mohafukkas who try to get a lil ego boost by bitching about your steez.
User avatar #28 to #11 - hoponthefeelstrain
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My aunt called me "uppity" for wanting to go to a 4 year non community college. Saying I was wasting money and thought I was better than everyone else because I was going. Her and her 5 bad ass kids and her cheating husband can hate on me all they want after I become a doctor, shiet.
User avatar #59 to #28 - nighkey
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Man I can relate. I too began the road to medical school-- without asking for assistance at all, mind you. My mother, stirring a pot on the stove, responded with, "Mmn." Father was more like, "Oh. Well great!" He then proceeded to watch TV at the kitchen table.

For about four weeks of me working on my first degree, they hardly paid attention to me at all and gave me a blank stare into the distance when I discussed my professors or entertaining/exciting events in classes. Ugh. It took two and a half months before they took it seriously or cared at all.
User avatar #60 to #59 - hoponthefeelstrain
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Well it's mostly only my mom who's supportive I have a very country family who all managed to make decent livings without even having high school diplomas and they all expect me to do the same and think college is a waste of money.

What field do you want to be in? I want to be a pediatrician
User avatar #61 to #60 - nighkey
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Emergency medicine, for me. Neither of my parents finished formal education, though my father earned an equivalent to a high school diploma in Vietnam. They are traditional, so I can only guess at reasons they think little of it. Perhaps because I am female?

You wouldn't be the first to say their family scorned them because they were 'rich without an education.' But that really doesn't work for everyone, because it's not easy or even fulfilling and happy for everyone.

Medicine is mentally challenging, but it's more the stress of the environment that gets you in the end. I'm already a secluded night owl with a family, so it's not like taking on ER shifts will change my actual life style much. I wouldn't see my family any more or less, or get any more or less sleep.. But this time I'll be paid, ha.
User avatar #62 to #61 - hoponthefeelstrain
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Oh me too I've stayed up 48 straight hours before. And the human body is the most interesting thing to me, it's ******* amazing and I ******* love it. Plus I love children, sometimes they're the sweetest things and can be so caring. And I plan on being helpful to the ones who might be in abusive homes. I can't do ER though, I don't wanna see blood squirting and broken dicks.
User avatar #63 to #62 - nighkey
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You're going to see plenty of blood, dry and wet gang green, broken noses/toes/arms/ankles, OB/GYN, surgical procedures, and the works on rotating residency. If there is something you can't particularly handle, you still have to get through it competently before even being able to specialize.

I'm sure you're able to handle these things, but wouldn't prefer it regularly, right? If that's not the case, just start desensitizing yourself sooner rather than later. Most surgical students, for example, are still squeamish about actually cutting someone open. Working on cadavers for practice is a pretty fun day, as their face is generally removed. But, people donated their bodies to help other people in the future, so it's a bit of a blessing in disguise. The job is down right gross some days, but at least with children, I can't imagine certain instances to occur frequently.
User avatar #64 to #63 - hoponthefeelstrain
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Yea I could handle it, just not daily, please god not daily. I had to dissect a cat and just the act of cutting it open made me want to jump off a cliff.
User avatar #65 to #64 - nighkey
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xD

See, I have a boarder line cynical view and a dark sense of humor. It's perfect for a profession where you mostly deal with drug addicts seeking pill mills, who arrive again 48 hours later with an overdose case.

Or the, "Oh jee. I guess I have to sew her face back together." Since, you know. Plastic surgery is so my specialty... Same with sudden cardiac arrests. "What? Cure them? Oh no, that's not my jurisdiction. We just have to keep him stable until the cardiac surgeon arrives! Clear."
#1 - oversoul
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my book
User avatar #23 to #1 - YoursTruley
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pocket edition?
#15 - bitchesbanthymine
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I am surprised by the lack of Mean Girls comments.
I am surprised by the lack of Mean Girls comments.
#10 - nibbero
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Or...
#32 - capguytomy
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Well...
User avatar #14 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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in no book would anyone find me saying anything bad about them behind their back, I am how I expect my friends to be forward and honest
#17 to #14 - johto
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User avatar #70 to #17 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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**** I really need to stay off of FJ when drinking >_>
User avatar #50 - jarredzz
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what if has all the nice things people have said about you.
User avatar #52 to #50 - elbrysobrony
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It'd be three sticky notes stapled together.
User avatar #30 - kaboozle123
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that doesn't sound like anything of those things. it sounds like a way to quickly and utterly destroy your soul and make you completely jaded and cynical. and a quick way to lose your friends.