Maybe what seems like something little to you isn't little to somebody else. Some people could care less about being disrespected but disrespect the wrong person and you could be in for an azz whoopin!Anyone notice this over the last few years people get offended by every little thing lol
No, it makes people have a better understanding of others and how others have their own unique situations.Education makes people cry like a b1tch? That’s a new one…..
Just wanted to see how big of an emo paragraph you’d write in response. I’m using the paragraph lengths in this thread for profiling purposes……..No, it makes people have a better understanding of others and how others have their own unique situations.
Some people think their little microcosm of life represents everyone’s reality, when they couldn’t be further from the truth.
Like the girl with the silver spoon in her mouth who says “every woman can be successful. Just go to Wharton for four years and get a high-paying job”.
Or the guy who thinks there should be no SSI because he’s never met a person who is entirely alone and incapable of caring for themselves.
Or the guy who thinks that because it is raining at his house, there is no drought wiping out tens of thousands of acres of farmland a thousand miles away.
The more you know, the more understanding and compassion you can have for someone that is not simply yourself.
Dude. You and Buck are by far the two biggest pussy ass crybabies here. All y'all do is bitch and complain.It started with lazy and unfit parents period. Child whines and cries until the parent gives in just to shut the kid up. Child learns all it has to do is whine and cry and it will eventually get its way. The parent that counts to their child when the child is doing something wrong and then when the parent is done counting, does nothing to the child. The child learns that it can act out with no actual consequences. The parent that buys their adolescent child a cell phone so it can fit in with other kids allowing it to become addicted to social media while in turn learning no actual social skills with people in person. All of this carries over to their "adulthood" of gender confusion, blue dyed hair, I must have everything now attitudes with no understanding of other peoples actual emotions or respect for anyone. When they are finally met with real world situations, they can't cope with it and resort to their childhood actions.