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By IAMALITAHA - / Friday 27 June 2014 06:11 / United Kingdom - Newcastle Upon Tyne
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  nighthawk3572  |  7

I HEARD THERE WAS TALK OF HELIX

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No, you really shouldn't of (#22)

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  Adam5858  |  17

Y'all need Jesus

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  A7XCamaro  |  19

No 23, just no.

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  A7XCamaro  |  19

Yes, but still no. Especially if you're not saying "Y'all motherfuckers need Jesus".

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  Metagame  |  12

You don't need to be rude just because someone doesn't get or like a joke.

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  Blippety  |  23

I think even if you were applying to be a pastor you wouldn't be chastised for using the word "creative". There is something very wrong with the interviewer.

By  DaisyDanger  |  4

YDI for using 'creative' in the first place... It shows definite lack of originality on a résumé

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  doodlecloud  |  26

How would you say you were creative then? I hate it when people essentially ban words like 'creative' and 'passionate'...sure, they may be heavily used but that's because they convey their meaning perfectly and there aren't really any other words that have the exact same meaning. As far as I'm concerned, use the words you think get your point across, just be prepared to back it up. The clichéd people are the ones that pick random buzzwords but don't have anything else.

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  DaisyDanger  |  4

#24 Innovative... I'm a mechanic by trade, trust me, my employer would rather I found an 'innovative' solution to a problem with someone's vehicle than a 'creative' one. Creative screams Duct tape and chewing gum.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

To me personally 'innovative' is more about new ways that people haven't thought of before whereas 'creative' is just about creating. Innovative makes me think of new inventions, creative makes me think of colourful arty things. Of course that's mostly personal bias but I think it's bias a lot of other people would have too. So it's difficult not to see the real or perceived differences in meaning, however subtle. Also, I think 'innovative' is going the same way as 'creative' and 'passionate', in people like 9's eyes anyway.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

TL:DR, innovative may be better for your line of work buy creative may be better for other jobs. Either way, they're not exactly the same and so no word is really better than the other.

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  BritSkits  |  22

to be accurate, innovation is an improvement upon an existing idea or object. Creativity implies that something new will be formed. Ergo, creative is a better fit for the situation.

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  2i1337i2iscore  |  13

You can't prove anything.. The constitution of reality is only the agreed upon reasoning of a "group" of people- hence why the world being flat was once "proven". There is only the propagation of fact - hence why string theory is kept in check by quantum mechanical evidence. The only thing we can prove is probabilities of generalities, like the cup will most likely always fall when dropped. So anyone who asks to prove or disprove God is a moron. By definition we are out of the realm to understanding even the basic concepts because of pseudo intellectuals who think they understand scientific logical fallacies.

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