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#21 - I agree. Also, Gogeta is **** compared to Vegito.  [+] (3 replies) 03/16/2015 on For Petes Sake 0
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#22 - compared (03/16/2015) [-]
Thanks for using a comparison, hope you have an excellent day.
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#25 - teruterubozu (03/16/2015) [-]
You're a lot kinder and more polite compared to other themed accounts.
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#26 - compared (03/16/2015) [-]
Aw, thanks! I try my best to be nice to people.

Thanks for the comparison btw.
#55 - I'm not trying to excuse the actions this man has done. What I…  [+] (2 replies) 03/06/2015 on College parties 0
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#56 - ciacheczko (03/06/2015) [-]
You can heal your beaten ass in no time. She got her life utterly ruined. These words will be stuck in her mind and, most likely, whenever she hears this phrase "I hate you", even as a joke, or in tv in a dialogue, she will have to fight panic attacks and shit. Not to mention, that if the store owner beat your ass for stealing, you damn well deserved it - I don't know who told you that you don't deserve having your ass kicked by the very person you tried stealing from, but that person didn't know shit.

You compare a death scenario from bad driving decisions, short moment of not paying enough attention, to tormenting an ex for a year and driving her mad, or at least emotionally unstable. These are completely different things and they have literally nothing in common, except for a loosely interpreted reaction of choices and their consequences. You can't really prove a specific point with inapplicable, unrelated - and, quite frankly, absurdly irrational - examples.

His reaction was uncalled for, period. I've been in quite a few relationships in my life, each different than the other. I was both on giving and receiving end of dumping, all that jazz. Excluding cheating, I never cheat. But I gotta tell you - this should not have happened, and no, this was not a reason good enough. When you cheat, you oughta expect your relationship to go to hell and maybe having some nudes leaked, or ass kicked by some chick's big brother - but that should be it.

I know emotions and I know how randomly people react to different kinds of shit and I find your reasoning laughable. To say the least. Learn to tell the difference between emotion driven wrongdoings, and executing a cold, long-term revenge.

This really doesn't make any sense, I'm gonna move on to other discussions.
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#72 - skaffanl (03/06/2015) [-]
If someone steals you don't deserve to get your ass beat you deserve to get arrested by the police and be convicted. I don't know how you justify physical violence because of a theft of property but I'm starting to think you're nothing more than a hypocrite. Beating someone because they steal from you is just as uncalled for as what that dude did.

Also, what I said many times before I'm not defending this dude and what he did is absolutely wrong but that doesn't change the fact that when you perform an action that was uncalled for you can expect an uncalled reaction, period. (To use your own words.)

And you are exactly right, I used the comparisons to show interpreted reaction of choices and their consequences. You as a person should realize that the world is not fair and that people interpret things differently. This means that before you do something you should think about the consequences because consequences can be more than you bargained for, whether you deserved it or not. You actually seem to be stuck on deserving, but deserving has nothing to do with this. Because simply put, this man thought she deserved it even though you and I think she did not. But that does not change the fact that actions have unforeseen consequences.

Whether or not she deserved it or not or whether it was an emotionally driven revenge or a cold, long-term revenge is all irrelevant. The fact of the matter is, actions have unbargained for consequences. So when you take a risk any sane person will realize it could have unforeseen and even terrible consequences way beyond deservable and justified responses.

Lastly, to show you how my comparisons work:
"When you choose to burn your ass, you must sit on the blisters."
"When you choose to take a risk, you should accept the consequences."
Now, to clarify things for you. It doesn't matter whether the blisters pop or even worse, become terribly infected, they're still on your ass and you still have to sit on them. Just because you didn't deserve terrible infected blisters all over your ass doesn't mean they're not there. If you didn't want terribly infected blisters all over your ass you shouldn't have gotten it burnt in the first place. You should not complain about how you only deserve a couple of blisters instead of a fuckload of infected ones, you should accept the consequences. Even if you go to the doctor to get an operation and they fuck up and you'll have blisters for your entire life, it's all because of you burning your ass in the first place. I mean, you didn't deserve it, but if you choose to burn your ass it can happen. It's also possible you'll get one blister that disappears after a few days, but that is what you get when you take a risk. It could work out like you thought it would, it could work out way better than you thought it would, but it could also work out way worse then you ever thought it would be able to get. Still, you took the risk so you must accept the consequences. That is what I meant in the first place: "but she did do something terrible that she should've known would provoke a nasty response."
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#53 - "it means he was extremely ****** up from the start"…  [+] (4 replies) 03/06/2015 on College parties 0
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#54 - ciacheczko (03/06/2015) [-]
"Maybe she was his everything?" How's that an explanation? The healthiest relationships are formed by people who can live on their own and can depend on themselves as much as on others. You can love someone very much, you can have your future with that person, have kids, whatever - but if you start off a regular relationship and quickly have this person become everything you have, you have a lot of personal sorting out to do.

He had something bad done to him, but that does not free him from responsibility for his own actions, nor make doing even worse things any better. This right here is the "muh trigger" attitude everyone hates so much. Having things hard does not excuse you from being a cunt, people nowadays forget it way too often.

If this craziness was his response to girl's cheating, he is not a good partner to begin with and probably didn't even deserve a better woman anyway. It's easy to be a good guy when everything is going fine, but people show their real faces when they are put through hardships. Clearly, this is his real face - and it's hideous. Vengeful, obsessive, insanely persistent, cruel. He is a bad person.

Emotions last days to weeks, rarely months. This person stalked his ex relentlessly for over a fucking YEAR. Emotions my ass. This takes aware, cold planning of a madman. Not to sound overly melodramatic, or anything.
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#55 - skaffanl (03/06/2015) [-]
I'm not trying to excuse the actions this man has done. What I mean is the ex had performed an inexcusable act and the guy reacted with an inexcusable reaction. You can't expect someone to react within regular proportions, even less when it's a reaction to an inexcusable act.

I mean, you type: "It's easy to be a good guy when everything is going fine, but people show their real faces when they are put through hardships. Clearly, this is his real face - and it's hideous. Vengeful, obsessive, insanely persistent, cruel. He is a bad person." If this is true than the girl must be a really bad person, like sociopath (nah I'm exagarrating) terrible because even though it's easy to be a good guy when everything is going fine, she wasn't a good guy when everything was going fine.

And now my point: "When you're being a bad guy/girl when everything is going fine you can't expect the person you hurt to be the good guy when they are put through hardships through your own actions." I mean, this guy was still very wrong but I think this is a pretty amusing greentext because the girl got more than she bargained for.

A good comparison I think would be: You steal from a store, you get caught but instead them calling the cops they beat your ass. A regular (normal) reaction would be having them call the cops. You didn't deserve it, but that doesn't change the fact that when you do something wrong you're in for the consequences. The storeowners are definitely fucked up, you didn't deserve it, but you did do something terrible that you should've known would provoke a nasty response.

Another comparison (I hope I'm making myself clear and not less clear): You're at a red light with a bike and you choose to cross it (the reason is unimportant but trivial), at the same time a man in his car driving way too fast goes through the green light but hits you full on. You're dead but you would still be alive if the man didn't speed so much. The man in the car was being pretty fucked up, you didn't deserve it, but you did know that when you crossed the red light there was a chance for a consequence. The man in the car should not have been speeding, but you should've never have crossed the road!
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#56 - ciacheczko (03/06/2015) [-]
You can heal your beaten ass in no time. She got her life utterly ruined. These words will be stuck in her mind and, most likely, whenever she hears this phrase "I hate you", even as a joke, or in tv in a dialogue, she will have to fight panic attacks and shit. Not to mention, that if the store owner beat your ass for stealing, you damn well deserved it - I don't know who told you that you don't deserve having your ass kicked by the very person you tried stealing from, but that person didn't know shit.

You compare a death scenario from bad driving decisions, short moment of not paying enough attention, to tormenting an ex for a year and driving her mad, or at least emotionally unstable. These are completely different things and they have literally nothing in common, except for a loosely interpreted reaction of choices and their consequences. You can't really prove a specific point with inapplicable, unrelated - and, quite frankly, absurdly irrational - examples.

His reaction was uncalled for, period. I've been in quite a few relationships in my life, each different than the other. I was both on giving and receiving end of dumping, all that jazz. Excluding cheating, I never cheat. But I gotta tell you - this should not have happened, and no, this was not a reason good enough. When you cheat, you oughta expect your relationship to go to hell and maybe having some nudes leaked, or ass kicked by some chick's big brother - but that should be it.

I know emotions and I know how randomly people react to different kinds of shit and I find your reasoning laughable. To say the least. Learn to tell the difference between emotion driven wrongdoings, and executing a cold, long-term revenge.

This really doesn't make any sense, I'm gonna move on to other discussions.
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#72 - skaffanl (03/06/2015) [-]
If someone steals you don't deserve to get your ass beat you deserve to get arrested by the police and be convicted. I don't know how you justify physical violence because of a theft of property but I'm starting to think you're nothing more than a hypocrite. Beating someone because they steal from you is just as uncalled for as what that dude did.

Also, what I said many times before I'm not defending this dude and what he did is absolutely wrong but that doesn't change the fact that when you perform an action that was uncalled for you can expect an uncalled reaction, period. (To use your own words.)

And you are exactly right, I used the comparisons to show interpreted reaction of choices and their consequences. You as a person should realize that the world is not fair and that people interpret things differently. This means that before you do something you should think about the consequences because consequences can be more than you bargained for, whether you deserved it or not. You actually seem to be stuck on deserving, but deserving has nothing to do with this. Because simply put, this man thought she deserved it even though you and I think she did not. But that does not change the fact that actions have unforeseen consequences.

Whether or not she deserved it or not or whether it was an emotionally driven revenge or a cold, long-term revenge is all irrelevant. The fact of the matter is, actions have unbargained for consequences. So when you take a risk any sane person will realize it could have unforeseen and even terrible consequences way beyond deservable and justified responses.

Lastly, to show you how my comparisons work:
"When you choose to burn your ass, you must sit on the blisters."
"When you choose to take a risk, you should accept the consequences."
Now, to clarify things for you. It doesn't matter whether the blisters pop or even worse, become terribly infected, they're still on your ass and you still have to sit on them. Just because you didn't deserve terrible infected blisters all over your ass doesn't mean they're not there. If you didn't want terribly infected blisters all over your ass you shouldn't have gotten it burnt in the first place. You should not complain about how you only deserve a couple of blisters instead of a fuckload of infected ones, you should accept the consequences. Even if you go to the doctor to get an operation and they fuck up and you'll have blisters for your entire life, it's all because of you burning your ass in the first place. I mean, you didn't deserve it, but if you choose to burn your ass it can happen. It's also possible you'll get one blister that disappears after a few days, but that is what you get when you take a risk. It could work out like you thought it would, it could work out way better than you thought it would, but it could also work out way worse then you ever thought it would be able to get. Still, you took the risk so you must accept the consequences. That is what I meant in the first place: "but she did do something terrible that she should've known would provoke a nasty response."

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