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What is something that you never wanted to buy in the first place, but you ended up liking it afterwards?

My phone. My mom made me get one.

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Vrendowl yesterday

Without electronics I would actually get my homework done. amirite?

Unless it's math and you need your scientific calculator. Or if you're in the field of something to do with needing a computer for, like web design or anything to do with tech. Being on social media is definitely a distraction in general.

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Vrendowl yesterday

Telling the cashier to 'keep the change' followed by an awesome walk of pride out of the store is a great feeling even if it's only a couple of cents, amirite?

It's a punch in the gut feeling when you realize you gave the cashier a 100 instead of a 10. :-P

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Vrendowl yesterday

You get an awesome feeling when that person you've been stalking on facebook sends you a friend request, amirite?

Stalkers are seriously scary. This post makes me weary of adding anyone else. I once had someone friend request me, we didn't have any mutual friends, and he started off by saying he didn't mean to click the friend request, which tells me he was creeping on my profile to start with.

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Vrendowl yesterday

A dyslexic person may have trouble telling if they are shopping at the YMCA or working out at Macy's, amirite?

I have dyslexia and I find this hilarious. LOL

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Vrendowl yesterday

People who go to you to cry but won't tell you what's wrong kind of drives you crazy, amirite?

Kind of, but I will still offer comfort to the best of my ability, maybe offer to beat somebody up for em, or try to tell a joke to make them smile or laugh, and of course, offer a tissue and hugs. With most people we will encounter in life, we won't always know what is wrong, but I typically strive to be understanding that we all have problems that we will go through in life. What drives me more crazy is when someone is angry at me, and won't tell me why if I honestly don't have a clue. If someone is crying, it is kind of hard to talk and cry, so give em time.

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Vrendowl yesterday

A promise made in the moment may need future flexibility.

Why would someone make a promise they do not intend to keep or cannot uphold in it's entirety to begin with? If you can't agree with it in the long run, then don't make it at all. I don't make a promise that I can't or won't keep. If you want flexibility, then put that condition as part of it from the beginning. I don't think laws need to get involved in this either.

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Vrendowl yesterday

Dogs AND cats are better than kids because if they get pregnant, you can sell their children, amirite?

I think this pretty much applies to any animals one may keep as a pet. Although, people can put their kids up for adoption. Cats and dogs are easier to potty train at least, it doesn't take as long to go anywhere with them, and I find people much more willing to babysit my furbabies than my human babies. Lastly, it's hard for them to talk back too. Spay or neuter and you won't even have to worry about them getting pregnant. My friends hamster had babies, and because she kept trying to touch them, the mom ate them! Nature has some disturbing ways of dealing with babies.

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Vrendowl yesterday

You know what's the worst? Misunderstandings. A person can pick up a perceived slight - cherish it for the rest of their life - without you even knowing...

Some people are liars. And some want to invent a slight against themselves because they're actually the one who did something wrong and thus, feel guilty. Unfortunately, not enough to take ownership of it. So, because of the misunderstanding, they'll ghost the person. I agree with JD, be the bigger person and allow them a chance to explain. It's pretty easy for me to tell when someone is lying to my face. It's also up to you whether or not you accept their reasoning.

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Vrendowl yesterday

If you were asked to have a one-time sexual encounter with a person, in order to get over trauma of a previous relation, so that he or she could reignite another relationship, would you? Why or why not, if you don't mind my asking?

lol. I'm sorry if this is a serious question for laughing. How is that supposed to help you get over any sort of trauma or abuse? If you are still wanting to be with this other person, just let them heal your wounds from such. I agree with Howler, this sounds like some Jerry Springer or Steve Wilkos or Maury scenario. My step-dad watches them a lot, for the laughs he says. When you say sexual encounter, is this **** or something less? I would most likely say maybe if ya bought me dinner and a movie first. Otherwise, I'd probably feel used, then you're becoming the cause of the very trauma you are trying to get over. It feels selfish to me... Buuuut That's just my opinion.

As a person who has experienced a tremendous amount of my own sexual abuse and trauma, I have flashbacks and nightmares. I have anxiety, depression, PTSD, BPD, attachment issues, and went through a phase of battling various forms of addiction. It's a hard thing to go through, so I really do wish you as well as anyone else that may have gone through those terrible things get help through counseling [as I am finally doing now after 27 years of not.] or finding other healthier coping mechanisms. I don't even know how you would go about doing that. Wouldn't that be terribly awkward? If it was a stranger, then you gotta worry about contracting an STD. That wouldn't be fair to the person you say you're trying to "reignite" a relationship with, cause then they could/would get it, too. If you need to talk, I can provide an ear and my own insight into how I've managed to keep my sanity as much as I have thus far. Reading and writing can help with a lot of anger that you may feel. Just know that any abuse you have experienced is not your fault. I feel kind of bad for laughing at this, but I don't feel like deleting it. Good luck. Bonne chance. Buenos sortis.

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Vrendowl yesterday

There is a huge difference between someone saying 'love you' and 'i love you', amirite?

Love you is comparable to Ditto in my book.

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Vrendowl 2 days ago

Everybody has had that one dream that seemed like a vision, and then later notice what they were doing was the exact same thing they dreamed about, amirite?

It did not seem like a vision at the time.

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Vrendowl 2 days ago

Sometimes when you think about past events, you are not sure if they are dreams or if it really happened, amirite?

There's been times when I thought something was a dream, and it actually happened. More often, I thought something actually happened, but it was a dream; sometimes I do not realize it until it does happen for real, and I have the experience of Deja Vu. I don't like violence or horror movies because I don't want to have that sort of influence in my thoughts and dreams. It's terrifying to not know which nightmares will or will not actually occur.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

You have met an autistic kid that was, no joke, one of the coolest kids you ever met, amirite?

And he was like that to the entire community. Sadly, he was murdered.. RIP NB.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

Sometimes you feel like everyones' psychologist, amirite?

I have studied and thoroughly enjoy psychology, but I feel more like a counselor or mentor sometimes, and other times like a patient or a student. I am not ever the same person to everyone, nor are they to me. All person to person relationships are unique.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

Some people tell me how many friends they have and how much those friends and family care about them. The next time you or a friend are in the hospital, or need help recovering from an injury or illness, count how many people show up when you really need them for moral support.

Or another good time to measure is see how many people will jump up to bail/bond you out of jail.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

You hate people who don't know how to be polite and feed off drama. amirite?

I do not hate anyone, because that would damage myself, not them. I do not like it when people think of things that happen to others in their lives as drama. What one considers polite, like burping as compliments to a chef in Tibet{I think}, is considered rude in America{or funny if that is the sense of humor}. It's all subjective to perspective.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

When you're wearing a skirt or a dress, you find yourself twirling and dancing more. Amirite?

Especially with the pleated skirts or the ones that will flair out and fall perfectly back to where they were originally. I don't where dresses often, but those are my favorite, especially in the rain. =)

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

Sometimes you wonder how you end up being friends with the weirdest people, amirite?

I wonder how some of my "sane", "normal", or otherwise non-weird friends became friends with me. I guess cause I stick out as weirdos do, lol. It's fun being in the sane sometimes.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

Dogs seem to be more human than people. A dog will be your friend no matter if you're black, white, red, brown, yellow, gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, cripple, blind, deaf, mentally handicapped, tall, short, fat or thin. A dog simply doesn't care, amirite?

I've seen dogs hate men, or hate women, or hate black people, or hate white people, hate children, hate elderly people, hate people with crutches, hate people with wheelchairs, hate people on motorcycles, hate people on skateboards. Dogs are mostly loyal to the hand that feeds them and provides attention and affection. I've not had a dog dislike me yet, but very much so to other people. I'm not even more of a "dog person" than a "cat person", so I don't understand why dogs actually like me so much. No matter the animal, I always like to get on the ground and play as they do-that tends to help with the more skittish ones.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

For some reason or another, you never see certain people angry, amirite?

Exhibiting and displaying anger [or even laughter for a few I've known], is a choice we all make. Getting angry merely gives control of your most passionate emotions to the one in which your anger is directed towards. Every person has that personal line that will trigger their anger, and if you haven't seen a person get angry, then that is great, you aren't triggering it, and you don't know the person that could. It's always a bit scarier to me when you first see such people angry; there's honestly no way of telling what will happen since there is nothing in their history that would give an idea of such. When one of my aunts started cursing, which she never did, it was a bit funny to some at first, then they realized just how seriously angry she was. It didn't stop there, she became physically violent in ways we thought not possible.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

It is possible for a guy and girl to just be friends, amirite?

Most of my friends have been guys, because I do not get along with most of the gals that I have met. There has been times in which an interest was displayed for something more, but I do not ever wish to affect a good standing friendship with risking trying to make it something more, because it would only become awkward after that. I treasure my friends quite possibly to a higher degree than relationships I have had, because they come and go. Friendships that last of any gender are incredibly hard to find, and this opinion is just mine, so none of y'all really need to understand or agree. Still putting it out there though. If you're a female and have a male friend that either you don't wish to introduce to your partner, or they don't wish to meet your partner; then that is a pretty good indication that it is not a wholesome friendship that you toot. If you are a male and have a female friend that either you don't wish to introduce to your partner, or they don't wish to meet your partner; then that is a pretty good indication that it is not a wholesome friendship you toot either. If I haven't been clear, or if more of my insight or opinion on this matter is even wanted, just ask.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

Sometimes, it's important to hit rock bottom. That way, when you climb all the way back up, it feels even better than you could have imagined. amirite?

I believe that our lowest moments give the relativity to feel that much more grand in our highest moments. Life has been compared to a roller coaster, ups, downs, loopy-loops, dark tunnels, twists and turns. Just enjoy the ride and find solace in knowing that each moment is fleeting, the happiness, and the sadness, and the anger, and the disgust, and fears, and the troubles, etc. When we get stuck on one part or experience, we fail to see that we've already gotten passed it.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

People shouldn't hate homophobes for hating gay people. They have the right to their beliefs so people shouldn't be able to hate on homophobes, amirite?

Most of the homophobic people that I have met are such way because their religion says it's a sin, and "it's unnatural". Yeah, okay, that's why humans are not the ones to display homosexuality. Also, looking at it from the religious point of view, if you want to call it a sin, then why display so much hate for that sin if you won't show the same hatred for sinners guilty of adultery, murder, thieves, etc. Sexual preference has been found to be shown differently in a persons brain, making it a nature of either genetics or something that is clearly shown not to be of that persons choosing. Mothers or other family members of a person that comes out of the closet often say that they knew long before the person admitted it or sometimes, before they were even aware of it themselves. With all of the hate and abuse that has been directed towards the LGBT community, why on Earth would anyone actually want to CHOOSE to experience those things. Showing blatant hate to someone who is in no way actually harming or hating you is ridiculous in my mind. That is just me though, and I may be biased as I am bisexual myself, no, not bi-curious, bisexual. Being married means, even though I may have been attracted to either male or female people before, acting on such would be cheating. So, people say I should just consider myself straight. No one has the right to say what one person should or should not like. Honestly, is this the battle that must be fought?

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

If you see a coworker slacking off, you merely need to continue your own efforts at your best efforts, not allow your work ethic to steep down to anything less just because someone else's has.

You need to mock them relentlessly. Then when they are replaced keep your standards high.

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DW2 4 days ago

In response to “You need to mock them relentlessly. Then when...

lol. We have one who likes to take selfies with her phone, text on her phone, constantly mess with her shoes{I have NO idea why}, and then doesn't say a word when she walks away from the conveyor belt to either get a drink of water or to go to the restroom. I have affectionately given her the name "Houdini", since she likes to play disappearing acts. We've got someone who only has one hand and she does more than Houdini.

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Vrendowl 4 days ago

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