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I wish I could think of a clever pun like everyone else (frown)

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iceeselenawiz iceeselenawiz

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I guess I should just delete this comment.

Hahahahaha. Hahaha. Haha....ha

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If you get stabbed and someone else gets stabbed twice, would you be happy?

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I'm really glad that you said that you're grateful you have a roof over your head. I know a bunch of people who, just because they don't have the brand new iPhone, and are living in practically a mansion are saying that their life sucks. There are countries where they live in unstable "homes" and have never before seen a phone or any other technological device or at the least heard of it. And here in the first world countries, people are bitching about how so and so got a brand new car and whatnot.

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It's annoying when people say that just because you aren't living in a shittier place, you should be happy. Yes, you should be grateful, but just because you aren't starving in the dirt doesn't mean you don't have the right to be unhappy with your own life. We have a different standard of living, and therefore a different standard of happiness. Belittling people's problems by comparing them to others just makes it worse.

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Monday: "I know the week just started, but I need your attention."
Tuesday: "I know you are still getting used to the new week, but I need your attention."
Wednesday: "I know it's Hump Day, but I need your attention."
Thursday: "I know the weekend is coming, but I need your attention."
Friday: "I know it's almost the end of the week, but I need your attention."

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Harper Harper

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Saturday: "I know it's the weekend, but .... wait...... wtf are you doing here?"

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Well, it doesn't have to be that complicated. At that age, there is no "sexual desire" or "male-female relations." It's just a simple "who likes who." You could just tell your kids, "some people like girls, and some people like boys, and some people like girls AND boys, and it doesn't matter who you like." There's no need to bring in the whole **** thing until later. Introducing the concept of gays and lesbians to your kid wouldn't corrupt them.

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nope, because I'm in my junior year of high school so it's officially time to get my shit together. and also cause i need money for a car.

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And there you go, reminding us that there is a life outside of the technological world.

Douche.

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Do we get to choose what kind of scenery? I want to be graffiti on a wall. Everyone will drive by and be like "Wow, abstract art! It's so deep."
And then they'll get distracted and become scenery too. It's the circle of life.

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One day I'll tell my grandchildren about a time when the internet was uncensored and users roamed free within its borders like majestic lions across the grasslands. I'll tell them how we had to type things out instead of using the neural links implanted in our brain stems, how we had to scroll down through dozens of menus, both ways, with a stalled connection to find what we wanted, and I'll remind them that children these days are so ungrateful. I'll tell them how we had programs that connect you to another user across the world and let you talk about your different experiences, and when they ask me if I ever saw anyone's **** between the philosophical debates I'll laugh and find a clever way to avoid answering, because the elderly are entitled to their secrets. I'll complain about my carpel tunnel and advanced arthritis in both thumbs, and at thanksgiving I'll remind them to be thankful for mind upload text. I'll keep my dear old friend, my laptop, on a shelf beside the grandfather clock, where it will gather dust because it's been broken for years and the parts are no longer made, and the children will stare at it in wonder and marvel, "The screen really does fold up!"

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I have a theory as to why it seems that most wished don't come true. The laws of the universe would not allow such a massive cheat code because the universe knows there will always be people who are clever enough to use it to bend reality in unnatural and self-serving ways. Therefore, wishes only come true if you use them to give things to other people in entirely selfless ways. So, no wishing that your husband will win the lottery because you think you could get some of his money. This means that, in order for your wish to come true, you have to be nice enough to everyone that you meet that one of them will eventually decide to use a wish on you. The benefit to giving someone your wish is that it increases your positive karma, and the benefit to being on the receiving end of a wish is that, hey, awesome things are happening in your life.

My theory should be treated as fact because it would make the world a better place, and because wishes are really hard to measure and none of you can prove that I'm wrong.

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FlyingGuineaPig FlyingGuineaPig

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Yeah, but with physicists telling us that there might actually be other universes creates the possibility that we live in a particularly malicious universe relative to other universes. So maybe ours doesn't care if we decide to use our wishes for self serving ways, because it is only going to grant the wish made by little Johnny in Iowa. But unbeknownst to little Johnny, our universe also runs on EST, so little Johnny will actually make his wish one hour too late, and our universe will laugh at its own maliciousness. And now I'm rambling again when I should be doing homework.

(The author of this comment is not to be held responsible for any detrimental consequences resulting from said comment including but not limited to: impaired bodily functions, disco fever, and rational thought, because the author was, in fact, rambling)

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I have a theory as to why it seems that most wished don't come true. The laws of the universe would not allow such a massive cheat code because the universe knows there will always be people who are clever enough to use it to bend reality in unnatural and self-serving ways. Therefore, wishes only come true if you use them to give things to other people in entirely selfless ways. So, no wishing that your husband will win the lottery because you think you could get some of his money. This means that, in order for your wish to come true, you have to be nice enough to everyone that you meet that one of them will eventually decide to use a wish on you. The benefit to giving someone your wish is that it increases your positive karma, and the benefit to being on the receiving end of a wish is that, hey, awesome things are happening in your life.

My theory should be treated as fact because it would make the world a better place, and because wishes are really hard to measure and none of you can prove that I'm wrong.

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