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Pride VS Chivalry
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Posted 12/29/07

projectcedric wrote:


cloudedpurex wrote:


projectcedric wrote:


cloudedpurex wrote:


projectcedric wrote:

Almost all the time. I used to be always frustrated when I can't get what I want and worse if I feel like I cant even do anything about it. I'm pretty sure it's just plain ego, but it has put into lots of tight situations.

Much worse when I was living back in Phil way back then. I was a total war freak having gangsta friends and we'd hit on anybody who'd say bad stuffs or just looked us in the eye if were walkin' or crossed our path (metaphorically) somewhere, we'd hunt the guy's ass down day and night non-stop. Im pretty sure it was just all youth though.


Ehh that sounds pretty scary lol


Street culture, man


lol ehh... i live in the urban also but even then people don't get jumped for just nothing lol but yea i guess your right sh*t does happen in the streets lol



Lol yea, though its not that kind of "street culture" in Philippines when you're living in mostly poverty-stricken areas, crime is rampant and there's always some risk just walking 'round the corner. Some street culture patterns tend to appear.


Yea i know what your talking about ive been the the Philippines a few times
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Posted 12/29/07
I think this happens to everyone, but some have too much pride to admit it.

Me, I'm stubborn as anything. I think I'm always right when I'm probably wrong. A good example of this is anytime I drink. My sister and I are pretty much the same, so I'm always trying to challenge her to a drinking contest because I'm so competitive, and I never ever admit I've had too much because I always want to win.

However, I think I've also had it to where my morals and values always stop me from doing things I want to do. I guess it's probably more of tradition because it's just the way I was raised, but I hate it when people call me after a certain time unless it's important, I hate when people try to ask to come over on holidays when I'm with my family, and I hate when people don't say thank you on Christmas (sorry all the holiday references, they're still fresh in mind...)

I guess that answers your question?
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