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post #106 of 123
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Originally Posted by Freewheeler View Post
It's not that hard really.

good for you
post #107 of 123
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post
good for you

Why do you sound so bitter?
post #108 of 123
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good for you

have fun acid
post #109 of 123
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post
have fun acid

You really need to let it go man. It's really pathetic and you are coming off as a whiner.
post #110 of 123
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Originally Posted by Freewheeler View Post
Why do you sound so bitter?

you heard my voice?
post #111 of 123
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you heard my voice?

Yes, your bitterness is coming through my speakers.
post #112 of 123
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Yes, your bitterness is coming through my speakers.

must've been my raspy voice, it gets mistaken for something else a lot. and you must have awesome computer speakers? must be bose, I bet. bose is so awesome.
post #113 of 123
Just plain ole' belligerence. There's people in my life that I need to tolerate for one reason or another, so I make an effort to be civil, but they don't do the same. Drives me nuts. There's no reason for people to be so adversarial.
post #114 of 123
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must've been my raspy voice, it gets mistaken for something else a lot. and you must have awesome computer speakers? must be bose, I bet. bose is so awesome.

i neeed to learn to do this. acid = awesome
post #115 of 123
Loud hoodrats.
post #116 of 123
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Originally Posted by matik23 View Post
Loud hoodrats.

thats too broad. those asshoals consist of most of the specific traits mentioned previously.
post #117 of 123
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thats too broad. those asshoals consist of most of the specific traits mentioned previously.
I suppose it would be after 8 pages. Hmm don't know if mentioned but people that strive to be unique and think they but not because a million people are doing them. Examples: tattoos (sleeve tattoos are so unique and tell a meaningful struggle in my life that helped me grow as a person!), self mutilation, etc. I also dislike potheads who feel they have to represent their lifestyle all the time whether it's "420" in their xbox gamertag to always wearing shirts with the cannabis leaf on it. We get it. You like to smoke weed so do alot of people. I guess these aren't really character traits. Just people I hate. But on the subject of traits you dislike, wouldn't complaining about people really be a negative trait? (aside from complaining about legitimate ones like ignorance). Which then makes one hypocritical, two traits people mentioned they disliked. My point is if we're all the same, shouldn't we accept their flaws as you possess them too?
post #118 of 123
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I suppose it would be after 8 pages. Hmm don't know if mentioned but people that strive to be unique and think they but not because a million people are doing them. Examples: tattoos (sleeve tattoos are so unique and tell a meaningful struggle in my life that helped me grow as a person!), self mutilation, etc.

I also dislike potheads who feel they have to represent their lifestyle all the time whether it's "420" in their xbox gamertag to always wearing shirts with the cannabis leaf on it. We get it. You like to smoke weed so do alot of people.

I guess these aren't really character traits. Just people I hate. But on the subject of traits you dislike, wouldn't complaining about people really be a negative trait? (aside from complaining about legitimate ones like ignorance). Which then makes one hypocritical, two traits people mentioned they disliked. My point is if we're all the same, shouldn't we accept their flaws as you possess them too?

I always strive to do this. In your case, however, I'm willing to make an exception.
post #119 of 123
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Well, I think get what you're trying to say...
You're probably describing people who naively believe that things will 'work out' without any real planning and effort. They just expect going through the motions and being aimless in life that they'll still get there (wherever that place may be).

I wouldn't particularly consider possessing ambition and 'things falling into place' mutually exclusive. People can be very ambitious, and actually expect to have things fall into place at the same time. Usually for those who work out this way, they have the background, watchful planning in advance, and possibly strokes of various luck/chance to err in their favor.

It depends what particular type of ambition you're talking about, as the word can be rather nebulous.

Sorry what I meant was people who say things like "I won't apply to that school, it's full of rich people who are smarter than me", or people who don't work hard at something even though they have the ability because they are happy to be second best.
post #120 of 123
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Originally Posted by Pennglock View Post
I don't know if it's stictly considered a character trait, but I despise passive aggressiveness, which almost always comes in a package bundled with dishonesty.

My grandmother, while an extremely honest person, is the queen of passive-aggressive behavior. I remember going on a trip with them when I was a kid, and the conversations went like this:

GRANDPA: Where do you feel like eating?

GRANDMA: Oh, anywhere.

GRANDPA: Well then, how about IHOP?

GRANDMA: Oh, you don't really want pancakes for lunch, do you?*

GRANDPA: Then what do you feel like?

GRANDMA: Anything, it doesn't really matter.

GRANDPA: There's a MacDonald's over there.

GRANDMA: Oh, it's so greasy, and the bathrooms are almost never clean.**

GRANDPA: Well then, dammit, what do you want?

GRANDMA: I told you I really don't care.

etc. etc.

*Notice she takes the emphasis off her.

**Grandma has severe OCD.
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