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Member Since 01 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active May 22 2011 11:22 AM

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In Topic: Fuck you Facebook whores!

21 May 2011 - 11:24 PM

De-motivational posters group = point of Facebook. Safari autocorrects 'facebook' to 'Facebook'... FML

In Topic: The Blame Game.

21 May 2011 - 10:54 PM

I feel the same way about people who blame things they've done on alcohol/substances...

Person 1: I'm so sorry I cheated on you baby! I was drunk and I didn't know what I was doing!

Person 2: Oh! It's alright, it's not your fault, it was the alcohol, you didn't know what you were doing.


YOU chose to consume something that would affect your way of thinking. You knew what the repercussions of your actions could be.
It is ENTIRELY your fault for cheating on your significant other. Don't blame the alcohol for it.

Last night I was in a park with my girlfriend (who lives in a pretty sketchy neighbourhood), there were a few kids who were high, and getting roudy so we decided to go home. One of them decided to shoot fireworks over our heads as we left. He was high, and he could have easily hit me, or more importantly her. One of my girlfriends friends found out what happened. The kid who shot the fireworks over our heads got his nose broken. Being high isn't an excuse for doing stupid shit, he got his ass kicked.

Edit: Some things didn't make sense when I re-read them.

In Topic: Stress.. what a joke.

10 May 2011 - 09:03 PM

Holy... First time I've been on Techpb in months, maybe a year?


I know what you mean, I went through this about 14 months ago. I got so wound up that I'd have trouble sleeping at night because I'd be stressed about an exam, or my girlfriend, or my parents, etc.
I started playing school rugby, and everything just seemed less important. Not that rugby itself is that important, but my point of view just changed. Everything seemed less important, and not such a big deal.

It was nice at first, I felt calm. Then as time progressed it started to scare me because everything felt meaningless and I had to snap myself back into caring.

Be careful, stress in copious amounts isn't healthy, but everybody needs to experience some stress throughout their lives. (Even if it's in the form of your mother nagging you to study)