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"Quit complaining about life"
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Posted 12/2/11
I'll complain about whatever the fuck I want to complain about. I'm so punk, it's unbelievable.
Posted 12/2/11
i think that when people complain too much just to get attention then it gets annoying... but on the opposite side of the spectrum, what about those people that hardly complain at all and bottle everything up...?
Posted 12/2/11
I go on Playstation Home sometimes, hang in this place called Motorstorm where they play cool music and a bunch of emo/goth kids go into. It's so sad drives me crazy. I figured anyone who was in there must be in there to discuss favorite bands and such. All they did was talk about dead relatives and ex girlfriends/boyfriends. -.-
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Posted 12/2/11
I don't like complaining to others unless its my best friend, she has to stick up with me gosh what friends are for? other than her, no im not that kind of a person and I hate who keep complaining to me when im just .. like .. I don't even know them so well and they complain to me like that? just, get a life please
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Posted 12/2/11
I agree with what he said. There's always something more productive to do then waste time bitching and moaning.

1)Use that time and energy you'd spend complaining about something, and go and change that something.

2) If its something completely out of your hands, you can change your attitude towards that something, so that it no longer bothers you.

Might not apply to everyone. I think of myself as a pretty zen guy. (^_~)
Posted 12/2/11
On the one hand, nothing improves or progresses without input about what may need improving. It is absolutely essential that, say, businesses encourage as much "complaining" as possible, to remain relevant to their market and competitive. Also, in someone's personal life, it is dissatisfaction that motivates change: Being content with everything is not conducive to personal growth.

Sometimes, though we do lose sight of the way things are, outside our own perceptions, how better or worse off we are in relation to others... It is always healthy and humbling to take a step back and realize how things in your life are interconnected, how much we really rely upon others. Something as simple as the shirt on your back, for instance: How many hands went into fabricating and then moving that shirt to where you could obtain and wear it? Weaving the fibers, making the buttons and fasteners, sewing it, transporting it, etc.

We have little control over what others say and do. We have absolute control over how we can perceive them.

"When you think everything is someone else's fault, you will suffer a lot." - Dalai Lama
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Posted 12/2/11

WackyFiasco wrote:

On the one hand, nothing improves or progresses without input about what may need improving. It is absolutely essential that, say, businesses encourage as much "complaining" as possible, to remain relevant to their market and competitive. Also, in someone's personal life, it is dissatisfaction that motivates change: Being content with everything is not conducive to personal growth.

Sometimes, though we do lose sight of the way things are, outside our own perceptions, how better or worse off we are in relation to others... It is always healthy and humbling to take a step back and realize how things in your life are interconnected, how much we really rely upon others. Something as simple as the shirt on your back, for instance: How many hands went into fabricating and then moving that shirt to where you could obtain and wear it? Weaving the fibers, making the buttons and fasteners, sewing it, transporting it, etc.

We have little control over what others say and do. We have absolute control over how we can perceive them.

"When you think everything is someone else's fault, you will suffer a lot." - Dalai Lama


I can agree with what you said. Especially on the personal growth matter. Sometimes I wonder if complaining is even necessary. However, I've got plenty to grow on so I don't really complain, I merely search and obtain - if such is possible.
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Posted 12/2/11
omg...i'm talking to a friend right now and i saw this thread after i had this thought . i was thing "-sigh- stop complaning about the same thing already" lol
Posted 12/2/11
Statuses like: "So much work to do aaaaghr kill me now" annoy me.

a) Why are you on a social networking site then instead of doing work?
b) If I killed you, you won't be able to do it at all!

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Posted 12/2/11

CarboKill wrote:

Lol, facebook. Why are people even remotely interested in it? I mean, decent people, not those who are vain and/or bitchy/douchey.

Anyways, I completely disagree. There are odd moments when life is good. You know when people are in an exceptionally good mood, and they shout things like: "Life is good!"? Yeah, how long does that last? A couple of days? People spend most of their lives either depressed or neutral, when compared to how long they spend their life feeling happy and satisfied. Life is a miserable and pointless existence, and whenever someone finds true happiness, it never lasts forever.

So yeah, people have the right to complain about whatever the fuck they want.


Some deep soundin' shit Ryan. Wow, you posted this like months ago and I just found it.....
Posted 12/4/11
Yeah. If life is a bitch, life should be the one complaining to me because that's what bitches do.
Posted 12/4/11
My life is so beautiful. I can smell the fresh air of pollution.
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Posted 12/4/11
Whining or complaining online.

I can tolerate if it's once a while BUT if it becomes a consistent thing, it really annoys the shit out of me.

That is why I do not like facebook.
Posted 12/4/11
LOL My life is nothing but a sore.
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Posted 12/4/11
I complain by showing love. And making fun of people without them realizing I'm even doing it.
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