+29 People who are proud about something they didn't achieve, amirite?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

We won the playoffs Sure buddy, how many games did you play?

by perryhartmann 1 month ago

Yeah, this is what I'm talking about

by Anonymous 1 month ago

I think that's so pure in people. I love genuine friends who are happy that you have achieved something, or a family member who is excited for you. That's what a true person is

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Just say you hate sportsball. We all know that's what you mean

by Anonymous 1 month ago

You are not getting the concept

by Anonymous 1 month ago

My god I hope you're joking.. I hope they disown you when they grow up

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Jesus Christ, dude. Read the room.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

You don't get it do you

by Lucky_Bee 1 month ago

People are pack animals and they're proud of the communities they develop.

by Big-Reply 1 month ago

So if you ever have a son and he gets a perfect score on the SATs or something, you aren't gonna be proud of him?

by RealBus 1 month ago

Pride outside of yourself can help people feel a sense of connectedness with their community

by Significant-Buy5089 1 month ago

People take what victories they can (in their mind) I suppose. I agree though. Iv'e never found that the people who do this are successful in anything in their own life, makes sense though, otherwise you'd never hear them talk about anything else!

by Anonymous 1 month ago

I think it has to do with the sense of community. Like "Look at that fella from my circle, he achieved the thing, he is cool and we are happy for him, because he makes our group awesome"

by Moist-Bank 1 month ago