By Kate - 29/04/2012 15:22 - United States - Concord
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^ You're right. I haven't seen the movie. But the people above you kindly explained how it relates to the movie. I've seen the error I made. So YOU can kindly shut the fuck up prick. Thanks. I find it interesting that 1 was getting buried until someone explained how it relates to the movie, and then suddenly they were being thumbed up and we started getting thumbed down. Bandwagon mentality much?
Hitdude, from now on I will thumb up all your comments, no matter how stupid. I will do this because every time you get thumbed down or corrected you get completely irate, rant at people, call names and curse. This super defensive reaction tells me your self-esteem must be very centered on what people think or say about you. That makes our reactions to your comments important. Every thumbs up will be like a little hug telling you you're a valuable human being.
80-...I can see where you're coming from. I'm a defensive person by nature, and it inadvertently reflects into my comments on this site. It is something I need to work on, but in actuality, I don't have any self-esteem issues. Little things tend to piss me off. We live, learn' and grow, and that is one of the things
DrDR- I don't care about how much I get thumbed up or down. If you could see how many times I've been thumbed down since I made my account (I'll give you a hint: it's a hell of a lot more than I've been thumbed up) then you'd realize I could care less. What grinds my gears is when people switch sides at the drop of a hat when someone decides to explain the comment. I already realize that I was wrong, and if you look at my profile, I've already apologized. But it has nothing to do with thumbs. Hell, I'm practically shaking hands with Satan with how far down to hell I've been thumbed on this thread alone. Just thought
Um, you all must not be noticing that the OP's username is "Kate".... OP, that sucks. Have you ever been diagnosed on the autism spectrum? Might be time to talk to a doctor and find out. You might not know--many autistic people are very high-functioning (e.g. those with Asperger's) and even excel in school or at their jobs.
Everytime one of my family or friends sees the "nerdy" girl with brown hair, freckles, glasses, and books in her hand, my family always says, "She reminds me of you." I feel your pain, OP. But don't let it bother you. :)
#70- Really!? I only made the statement to try and make OP feel better. Why would I want sympathy for looking like a nerd? That's pretty stupid! But I posted my pic just for you :) #81- I haven't seen the movie, so I didn't catch the reference. I apologize. #90- According to my nephew, yes. lol
One of my managers used to call me "Rain Man" (even though I'm a woman) because I had organized something and knew a quick way to count a large amount of the items without much effort. I thought it was funny more than anything because as simple as it was they couldnt figure out my method.