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Also about future generations-26Whenever you skip a rock into water, you are robbing future generations the opportunity to do the same. You are the last person that will ever skip that rock. amirite?
Also about future generations+212It's strange to think that there could be a concept out there that could change the way we live completely. Like electricity. And I bet future generations will think we're stupid for not discovering something so obvious. amirite?
Also about give people+31Why doesn't the world feel real? It's like we're stuck in this unchangeable loop of negativity and nastiness... now a days it's 'weird' to give people genuine compliments in person or tell someone that you honestly care about them, 'rude' to give your honest opinions, 'unrealistic' to have a little hope and 'strange' to dress/look the way you like. It's not fair that we should be afraid of being judged for being our honest selves, it's not fair that we get judged for showing normal human behavior! Crying isn't a sing of weakness, it's a sing that you're sad, WE ALL GET SAD! Caring doesn't mean that you're in love, it means that you've got a little compassion. Going out and screaming... yes, SCREAMING what you think and what you believe only shows that you not only think it, but that you know it. It can't hurt you... but we're afraid to be judged, we're afraid that there is someone out there braver than you who will tell you off. Still, doing cartwheels in the middle of the road and making a strangers day with an honest compliment and wearing what fits your skin/personality and telling those bully's off and loving every action and consequence that comes with it all... it's weird, but its real. and whats so wrong with that? What is real? It's what happens when we get brave... Amirite?
Also about future generations, concepts, and politeness+343Future generations won’t be asking “What were books/CDs/paper money like?” Instead they’ll be asking about lost and forgotten concepts like chivalry, politeness, and moderation, amirite?
Also about future generations+255Imagine visiting a website and seeing posts or comments that were made 100 years ago - it would almost be like having a conversation with someone from the past. You'd get to see how ideas and opinions have changed, or remained intact. That's how it will be for future generations (assuming that the internet will still be in use). Pretty amazing, amirite?
Also about future generations+92We read in history books about how you didn't 'date' lots of people you married one person and stayed with them forever, so our future generations read in the history books about all the man-whores and slags and even just general people who dated loads of people before they settled, and even getting married more than once! Amirite?