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#27 - North carolina **** race more like. This state …  [+] (3 new replies) 23 hours ago on Million dollar smile -2
#60 - Keat (17 hours ago) [-]
#44 - dhumbassckids (21 hours ago) [-]
shhhhhhhh South Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee are gonna hear you and realize that we suck just as bad as them.
User avatar #28 - mrheisenberg (23 hours ago) [-]
I.......I know :c
#7 - Are you in college right now? I feel like everything is a …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/01/2015 on Its not like I studied anyway 0
User avatar #9 - nyxeos (03/01/2015) [-]
I'll be graduating this spring actually. And ... it's different. A lot of it depends on the school, the program, and especially the profs. A good prof can make a shitty class worthwhile. You can expect to see a 10-15% drop in your grades from high school (the other freshman 15). For me the frustrating thing is that while I do well, this year at least it feels like I can never break above about an 84. Profs will give me back assignments with almost no complaints, and I'll still only have an 80. Mind you I never noticed that in other years, but those years I also had a couple lower grades here and there, which I didn't get at all this year.
Probably one of the biggest things with uni is what you were originally posting about. Some people experience freedom for the first time and they blow it, hard. But again, don't be an idiot and it's easy to avoid that. The only other big concern is if you completely change your mind halfway through. One of my friends dropped out after starting her second year because she was still undeclared and realized she had no interest in uni. That was a waste of money. I definitely suggest taking electives first year to get an idea on anything you might be interested in, since it's one thing to not know where you're headed with your degree first year, but after that you need to know otherwise you'll take longer graduating.
And it's different because the learning style and set up is different. You take the classes you want for the most part, you're not in class with the same teacher or the same students, and you have less class time generally (although it's expected you spend more time doing individual readings/work). And profs won't come to you if they see you failing to hold your hand, it's up to you to go to them if you want help.
I don't know. It's hard to explain. University is really what you make of it. Looking back there's definitely some stuff I would have changed, but oh well, too late now. Now I have to do the hard part of actually leaving school lol
#14 - Are you sure you're human? 03/01/2015 on Pizza daddy +9
#35 - because junk food is just the components of regular food that … 02/25/2015 on Junk food +1
#77 - thanks for explaining that 02/24/2015 on Anime Facts: Naruto Part 3 0
#69 - I was taught in my Japanese class that すき meant like and …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/23/2015 on Anime Facts: Naruto Part 3 +1
User avatar #70 - ichigoichie (02/23/2015) [-]
you are right but daisuki is said alot even when saying you really like something, suki is even more casual. when confessing people use daisuki but Naruto is ultra dense and didn't realise she was confessing but rather saying she "liked him" in a friendly manner.

If Hinata wanted to make it completely obvious she could've said koishiteru which is love in a romantic way or aishiteru, also romantic but can be used towards family members or love for something like a country. Not many young people use koishiteru or aishiteru but confess using daisuki even though its more widely and commonly used as a form of expressing like for something.

TL;DR Dai(suki) = like of something, commonly used for younger people confessing
Aishiteru = more romantic, used for family members too but rarely
Koishiteru = very romantic
#77 - nebuelaeus (02/24/2015) [-]
thanks for explaining that
#404 - believe me, if you saw them run, you would know. 02/23/2015 on ISIS Spec Ops Training 0
#95 - several* 02/22/2015 on ISIS Spec Ops Training 0
#93 - gotta cover the basics. Most people do simple **** …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/22/2015 on ISIS Spec Ops Training +2
User avatar #205 - RamzaBeoulve (02/22/2015) [-]
How do you jog incorrectly?
#404 - nebuelaeus (02/23/2015) [-]
believe me, if you saw them run, you would know.
#95 - nebuelaeus (02/22/2015) [-]
#85 - It helps you take a fall without getting injured. but…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/22/2015 on ISIS Spec Ops Training +5
User avatar #87 - zourch (02/22/2015) [-]
I was thinking more along the lines of " its fucking somersaulting that's some
pre-school shit, if you don't know how to somersault your getting shot"

What I'm trying to say is they should be doing much pain exercises or something
User avatar #318 - penileburglar (02/22/2015) [-]
Most people do *not* know how to roll correctly, actually. I have to teach it as part of break-falling and very few people start out knowing what it's supposed to look like. Other than the occasional gymnast or free-runner, I've yet to see some random person just roll correctly out of the gate.

And somersault is actually different from how you *should* roll, so that's a bit of a misnomer to begin with.
#93 - nebuelaeus (02/22/2015) [-]
gotta cover the basics. Most people do simple shit wrong, or at least in a really shitty way. i know sever people who don't even jog correctly. if you are training people to fight for their lives, you want to make sure they don't end up dying because of some stupid mistake.

I agree with you though. If they are the special forces they should be doing some more advanced things. I think that was the point of the post though.
User avatar #205 - RamzaBeoulve (02/22/2015) [-]
How do you jog incorrectly?
#404 - nebuelaeus (02/23/2015) [-]
believe me, if you saw them run, you would know.
#95 - nebuelaeus (02/22/2015) [-]


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