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I vote we call ourselves losers.
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It doesn't matter.
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You may call me Sir.
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I don't understand why some people immediately go into the mindset of hating ALL labels.

Words can be said in negative and positive connotations or none at all. E.g., Nerd, Otaku, and even prep can be considered insults, compliments, or just a category without any emotional ties to them. Just depends on each unique individual or group.

Of course most people don't like labels now because a lot of other people use them negatively or they are just following the "trend" in hating labels just because.

Personally, labels can be important because it allows people to find others who have similar interests easier, this label or group will allow people to have a place to belong and to feel safe plus a plethora of other reasons.

There are of course some labels which are purely negative which should be removed, i.e., weeaboo, ugly, stupid, loser, etc., but that doesn't mean we should remove ALL labels. I think we should be mature enough to filter out what comes out of our mouths.


HOWEVER! I've been off topic, so here are some ideas for a name. :P
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... can't really think of any creative ideas for a name that would sound cool. :')
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cordellium wrote:

"That which has no life."


How do you kill that which has no life?
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You may call me Doctor Trenton Pope Scaife the Boat Born; King of Crunchies!
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I think Rollers would be a decent one, if one was needed.
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I just prefer users since we are all account users on Crunchyroll.
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"Awesome"
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"People"
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CoryandStuff wrote:

I don't understand why some people immediately go into the mindset of hating ALL labels.


Of course most people don't like labels now because a lot of other people use them negatively or they are just following the "trend" in hating labels just because.



Sorry, I have partial transcendentalist beliefs which promote individualism. I don't buy in with the "god" aspect of transcendentalism because I'm atheist. That being said, I'd prefer not to conform with any crowd and certainly do not follow any of those asinine trends. But yes, there are people who "hate" or "love" something because everyone else does and that's a generalization. Not all of us are that way though.
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Ericldj wrote:

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I was waiting for somebody to say that!

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CoffeeGodEddy wrote:


CoryandStuff wrote:

I don't understand why some people immediately go into the mindset of hating ALL labels.


Of course most people don't like labels now because a lot of other people use them negatively or they are just following the "trend" in hating labels just because.



Sorry, I have partial transcendentalist beliefs which promote individualism. I don't buy in with the "god" aspect of transcendentalism because I'm atheist. That being said, I'd prefer not to conform with any crowd and certainly do not follow any of those asinine trends. But yes, there are people who "hate" or "love" something because everyone else does and that's a generalization. Not all of us are that way though.


That's understandable, but are you not conforming by following the atheist beliefs and ways of thinking (beliefs not the habits or lifestyle of the group... unless you do that too)? Even people are conforming to be individualistic which is kind of a paradox isn't it? Kind of funny.

ALSO! I'm not trying to attack your beliefs but i just love thinking and talking about these kind of topics.

Yeah, I could of been way more specific but I tried my best to keep my post somewhat short. :P

Aaaaaand to make this comment productive to the discussion i'll throw in another name.
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That's understandable, but are you not conforming by following the atheist beliefs and ways of thinking (beliefs not the habits or lifestyle of the group... unless you do that too)? Even people are conforming to be individualistic which is kind of a paradox isn't it? Kind of funny.

ALSO! I'm not trying to attack your beliefs but i just love thinking and talking about these kind of topics.

Yeah, I could of been way more specific but I tried my best to keep my post somewhat short. :P

Aaaaaand to make this comment productive to the discussion i'll throw in another name.
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Lol, sadly you have a point but there is no such thing as a completely individual individual. I share the beliefs of many people around the globe but for my own reasoning and purposes, rather than following them just to follow them; drawing the line for conformity is tough. Hell, I can't do anything about being human either. Guess that's conforming to nature
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