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#61 - Take free ham, sell/trade for something else 1 hour ago on Ladies and Gentlemen: Jewvenge 0
#232 - People grow up when they learn to face life's problems instead…  [+] (1 new reply) 2 hours ago on The kitty truth 0
User avatar #238 - victhree (2 hours ago) [-]
Obviously, dreams that depend on what other people do or think, like being an astronaut or being famous, can be hard to fullfill. That's why what I really want does not often include people who won't care about me, because I don't care about them.

And yeah, that's what they tell you when you become independent. The good 'ol talk. "You have to face problems". Everyone hears that at some point of their life and think it's inspiring. But no one stops to think "Hey what's exactly a problem? ". Well, i'd like to ask you a question:

What is your idea of a problem?
#212 - Semantics. The point is that he was saying people should surpa…  [+] (3 new replies) 3 hours ago on The kitty truth 0
User avatar #227 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
I think you're only referring to the part where he talks about people sitting to complain instead of doing something, which he then contradicts by saying you can't do something about your life.

He says that people shouldn't want to be a squirrel, an astronaut, a cowboy just because It , in his opinion, can't be done.

He says that people shouldn't care about petty things, as if what's petty was common to everyone and not agreeing with makes you immature. But that's not true. People only grow up when they decide what they care about and what they don't. If someone chooses that having a coffee at Starbucks every morning is the thing that matters them the most in life, they're fucking right, and they should hear no one who tries to tell them wrong.

btw, thumbing down someone's comments during a serious debate is kind of accepting you're not winning.
User avatar #232 - broswagonist (2 hours ago) [-]
People grow up when they learn to face life's problems instead of avoiding them, when they take responsibility for themselves. If someone wants to have a coffee at Starbucks every morning, that's fine, as long as they can take care of themselves and earn enough to pay for a couple of small cars each month (seriously, every morning?). If someone wants to dress up as a cowboy for fun, go for it. If you want to become an astronaut, no one's stopping you, shoot for the stars (I kinda missed that one). Just don't throw a tantrum when the real world doesn't accept your wildest fantasies. Don't assume you can simply ignore that society isn't having none of your crap and cry oppression. Go out and change things so you can dress in a camel suit as you have your morning Starbucks coffee every day. (I'm not having a serious debate here, I'm just disagreeing with you.)
User avatar #238 - victhree (2 hours ago) [-]
Obviously, dreams that depend on what other people do or think, like being an astronaut or being famous, can be hard to fullfill. That's why what I really want does not often include people who won't care about me, because I don't care about them.

And yeah, that's what they tell you when you become independent. The good 'ol talk. "You have to face problems". Everyone hears that at some point of their life and think it's inspiring. But no one stops to think "Hey what's exactly a problem? ". Well, i'd like to ask you a question:

What is your idea of a problem?
#188 - I'm not sure where you're getting this or what you're complain…  [+] (5 new replies) 3 hours ago on The kitty truth +1
User avatar #208 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
And how are you supposed to "work hard" when there are rules? What's the point of aiming for what you really want if you can't achieve it?

The fact that you can try, the fact that some people do it, is the proof that rules are nothing but a lie, created by the people who give up because they think they've done their best. Whenever you can do more, and you always can, limits are bullshit.
User avatar #212 - broswagonist (3 hours ago) [-]
Semantics. The point is that he was saying people should surpass these limits as opposed to complaining about them.
User avatar #227 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
I think you're only referring to the part where he talks about people sitting to complain instead of doing something, which he then contradicts by saying you can't do something about your life.

He says that people shouldn't want to be a squirrel, an astronaut, a cowboy just because It , in his opinion, can't be done.

He says that people shouldn't care about petty things, as if what's petty was common to everyone and not agreeing with makes you immature. But that's not true. People only grow up when they decide what they care about and what they don't. If someone chooses that having a coffee at Starbucks every morning is the thing that matters them the most in life, they're fucking right, and they should hear no one who tries to tell them wrong.

btw, thumbing down someone's comments during a serious debate is kind of accepting you're not winning.
User avatar #232 - broswagonist (2 hours ago) [-]
People grow up when they learn to face life's problems instead of avoiding them, when they take responsibility for themselves. If someone wants to have a coffee at Starbucks every morning, that's fine, as long as they can take care of themselves and earn enough to pay for a couple of small cars each month (seriously, every morning?). If someone wants to dress up as a cowboy for fun, go for it. If you want to become an astronaut, no one's stopping you, shoot for the stars (I kinda missed that one). Just don't throw a tantrum when the real world doesn't accept your wildest fantasies. Don't assume you can simply ignore that society isn't having none of your crap and cry oppression. Go out and change things so you can dress in a camel suit as you have your morning Starbucks coffee every day. (I'm not having a serious debate here, I'm just disagreeing with you.)
User avatar #238 - victhree (2 hours ago) [-]
Obviously, dreams that depend on what other people do or think, like being an astronaut or being famous, can be hard to fullfill. That's why what I really want does not often include people who won't care about me, because I don't care about them.

And yeah, that's what they tell you when you become independent. The good 'ol talk. "You have to face problems". Everyone hears that at some point of their life and think it's inspiring. But no one stops to think "Hey what's exactly a problem? ". Well, i'd like to ask you a question:

What is your idea of a problem?
#174 - That's not what he's saying at all. "well, that…  [+] (7 new replies) 3 hours ago on The kitty truth 0
User avatar #185 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
That's the thing. He insists that there are rules to life, and that's far from true.

If you choose to live a life you weren't given the chance to live, you're not cheating at existance, ffs.
User avatar #188 - broswagonist (3 hours ago) [-]
I'm not sure where you're getting this or what you're complaining about. There's always been rules, but you shouldn't sit on your ass and complain about it, you should work for what you want.
User avatar #208 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
And how are you supposed to "work hard" when there are rules? What's the point of aiming for what you really want if you can't achieve it?

The fact that you can try, the fact that some people do it, is the proof that rules are nothing but a lie, created by the people who give up because they think they've done their best. Whenever you can do more, and you always can, limits are bullshit.
User avatar #212 - broswagonist (3 hours ago) [-]
Semantics. The point is that he was saying people should surpass these limits as opposed to complaining about them.
User avatar #227 - victhree (3 hours ago) [-]
I think you're only referring to the part where he talks about people sitting to complain instead of doing something, which he then contradicts by saying you can't do something about your life.

He says that people shouldn't want to be a squirrel, an astronaut, a cowboy just because It , in his opinion, can't be done.

He says that people shouldn't care about petty things, as if what's petty was common to everyone and not agreeing with makes you immature. But that's not true. People only grow up when they decide what they care about and what they don't. If someone chooses that having a coffee at Starbucks every morning is the thing that matters them the most in life, they're fucking right, and they should hear no one who tries to tell them wrong.

btw, thumbing down someone's comments during a serious debate is kind of accepting you're not winning.
User avatar #232 - broswagonist (2 hours ago) [-]
People grow up when they learn to face life's problems instead of avoiding them, when they take responsibility for themselves. If someone wants to have a coffee at Starbucks every morning, that's fine, as long as they can take care of themselves and earn enough to pay for a couple of small cars each month (seriously, every morning?). If someone wants to dress up as a cowboy for fun, go for it. If you want to become an astronaut, no one's stopping you, shoot for the stars (I kinda missed that one). Just don't throw a tantrum when the real world doesn't accept your wildest fantasies. Don't assume you can simply ignore that society isn't having none of your crap and cry oppression. Go out and change things so you can dress in a camel suit as you have your morning Starbucks coffee every day. (I'm not having a serious debate here, I'm just disagreeing with you.)
User avatar #238 - victhree (2 hours ago) [-]
Obviously, dreams that depend on what other people do or think, like being an astronaut or being famous, can be hard to fullfill. That's why what I really want does not often include people who won't care about me, because I don't care about them.

And yeah, that's what they tell you when you become independent. The good 'ol talk. "You have to face problems". Everyone hears that at some point of their life and think it's inspiring. But no one stops to think "Hey what's exactly a problem? ". Well, i'd like to ask you a question:

What is your idea of a problem?
#81 - That's actually not entirely true. You'd need a lot of particl… 4 hours ago on Bans 0
#75 - Schools started blocking google translate too, and that was a …  [+] (1 new reply) 4 hours ago on Bans 0
#79 - zacchaeus (4 hours ago) [-]
wow that sucks especially for foreign language work
#71 - I don't think that guy's the president.  [+] (2 new replies) 6 hours ago on Aliens +4
#72 - dross (6 hours ago) [-]
The president didn't reply.
#108 - anonymous (5 hours ago) [-]
dont try to save yourself from that retarded ass comment
#57 - Surprisingly, they actually only have one or two accepted meth… 10 hours ago on Pet sitting +1
#182 - Pic related?  [+] (1 new reply) 11 hours ago on I wanna..can I clap for an... +1
#217 - lewiskinnaird (11 hours ago) [-]
Yup.

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User avatar #20 - scootabot (08/12/2014) [-]
Hey, asshole. Let's have some words.
User avatar #22 to #21 - scootabot (08/12/2014) [-]
I'm sorry for downvoting your comments, man. Want me to fix it real quick?
User avatar #23 to #22 - broswagonist (08/12/2014) [-]
Eh, do what you want, I wanted to downthumb 20 in return but I got bored.
User avatar #24 to #23 - scootabot (08/12/2014) [-]
Mreh, just thumbs.
#19 - flixoe (06/21/2014) [-]
This was a complete thumbwhoring attempt as is all the others.
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