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|#176 - My dad smoked a lot when he was younger and told me he can't w…||04/19/2015 on Popular Opinion Puffin...||0|
|#147 - I have really good grades and I'm going to college, but I'd ne… [+] (2 new replies)||04/19/2015 on Popular Opinion Puffin...||+1|
#176 - friednazi (04/19/2015) [-]
My dad smoked a lot when he was younger and told me he can't wait until he retires to smoke again, and my parents know that my brother and sister smoke, but I'm the "good" kid and I don't want them to be disappointed in me. At the same time, I feel that hiding it is worse than the actual act of smoking. Guess I'll just wait it out.
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|#163 - Yes I've had that exact problem and it's embarrassing. I wasn'…||04/19/2015 on It Fits||+1|
|#160 - It's uncomfortable but I'd rather have a tight condom than a l… [+] (2 new replies)||04/19/2015 on It Fits||0|
#163 - friednazi (04/19/2015) [-]
Yes I've had that exact problem and it's embarrassing. I wasn't confident enough to buy a larger type, so I just tried different brands with medium size until one was tight but not too tight. Lifestyles left a death ring but some of the Trojans worked (but not all, idk why some would be different), you just gotta try them out.
|#499 - I pretty much smoke weed alone, and when I ask my friends if t… [+] (1 new reply)||04/06/2015 on True||0|
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#24 - lech (03/29/2015) [-]
Well there are a number of risks to it. Even if we just assume that would work (which probably it wouldn't, it'll just delay the weight loss), there's a number of things to go wrong. First is the mood. People who are like this usually guilt themselves into doing it. If she sees that she's gaining weight, she would probably go into a severe depression. That just leads to a debate whether or not it's morally right to force her into a depression. Second, becoming healthy is a lifestyle choice. It's a lifestyle. People who have liposuction usually gobble their way back up to being fat. They don't have the lifestyle in order to maintain that weight. Third. A person like that wouldn't really eat sugar. I mean look at that.
Artificial sweeteners incease appetite by fooling the brain to think that food has less calories than actuality. For a person only eating 500 calories. I mean the absolute most you can hope of getting from it is 1000 calories. That's only if half of the food you eat is entirely artificial sweetener. Even at that, it's dependent on the person's willpower. And obviously she seems determined to be as skinny as possible.
|#17 - I'm starting college next fall and I was thinking I might want… [+] (27 new replies)||03/28/2015 on programmers||+4|
#80 - fefe (03/29/2015) [-]
I truly enjoy programming, and there are many who do, but before committing yourself to the field you should learn the basics. Programming's not for everyone, and some people loath it like I loath entering data into spreadsheets. The pay is good, but not good enough for you to be doing something you hate for the rest of your life. If you tend to enjoy logic puzzles, you'll probably enjoy coding.
#63 - alexanderh (03/29/2015) [-]
Learning basic programming can be very nice, especially with how digital the world is getting.
And graduating in Computer Science is incredibly well paid. The average pay for a just-graduated Computer Scientist in Denmark is 40.000 DKK (5800 USD) per month (almost 70k USD per year), and it is the norm to get contacted by several companies before you graduate, promising you a job when you graduate.
#61 - angelusprimus (03/29/2015) [-]
Here's something that's pretty much an open secret among programmers.
When asked about your job you say: work is hard, hours are long, coworkers are lazy, deadlines are insane and clients are idiots.
That's a matter of pride.
Because you still get the job done, no matter what circus you are working in.
You need right mentality for it. You have to actually like coding to do well.
I started as a code monkey, I'm now middle management. I still code during the crunch, mostly bug fixes and cleaning up others' code, because it frees up better coders to work.
Its a good job if you have the right mind for it. If you don't, its near impossible.
#39 - KoeSavant (03/28/2015) [-]
I'm a software developer and If you get into the right company it's a dream. Also, I learned on my own without none of that school bs. I have a nice cushy job making 80k a year working 40 hours a week, sometimes from home, and traveling random places for conferences. I love everything about it. It's up to how you view the experience in my opinion. I love building things and fixing stuff, so it's something I enjoy very much.
#51 - fefe (03/28/2015) [-]
80 k of what?
#62 - fefe (03/29/2015) [-]
Pro tip: you are neither a scientist, nor an artist. But whatever helps you sleep at night.
#86 - tomowrath (03/29/2015) [-]
The average salary of a software engineer is around 90k a year.
Although, combine that with leadership skills and a plan, you could create your own business or game and make 200k and up.
(I have a buddy who is a software architect and he makes about 300k a year. And the best part is, (most is in bonuses as incentives to not leave the company) so that the IRS cant rape him with taxes.
#89 - tomowrath (03/29/2015) [-]
Its not so much the time, but the effort that you put into it.
Most of your paycheck is just riding on you being able to complete whatever it is on time.
But some people are really into it.
Probably around a standard 9 to 5, if youre at a desk job. although there is alot of oppurtunities to work from home
#93 - tomowrath (03/29/2015) [-]
Well, Rome wasnt built in a day.
Coding languages are literally a language, so expect trying to be fluent in C++ to be as hard as being fluent in Japanese.
Try out code combat, its a game that is kinda fun that slowly teaches you the basics of whatever language youre using. I reccomend starting with python as it uses alot of english words and sentences, so you will already have an idea of the structure
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