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Is there a such thing as "good" flaws?
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Posted 6/24/14


Oh okay. I see now.
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Depends....
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If it's a good thing, then I probably wouldn't call it a flaw.
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Good flaws makes you original :3
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It doesn't matter.
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Posted 6/24/14
Not if you call them "flaws".
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Given how a flaw is typically a fault or weakness, I wouldn't have thought so, no. There might be a time it could help, and bear in mind you'll need to extend your disbelief for a second, take a sci-fi movie as an example. Say there was a giant mech robot, and one of its flaws was how it had weak shoulder panels, then at some point that flaw makes one of the panels slip off after a fight but it lands on a smaller, human enemy, and saves the life of one of the good guys. Typically that flaw would have had a positive use, but it is still a flaw.
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Posted 6/24/14

whenhellfreezesover wrote:

Good flaws makes you original :3


Ah ha.
Posted 6/24/14
Yes.

Christina Aguilera's vocal technique. When she sang The National Anthem of USA for the Superbowl in 2011, I think she managed to make 90% of Americans despise her that night, but for me... this was one of the most fiery and passionate performances I've heard from her.

I love that, 'BRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVE" part, so flawed, yet so... indulgingly sweet.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj5NPNe3jNU




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Posted 6/24/14
Seems like a pointless discussion since some people's flaws might be another person's qualities
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The eye of the beholder and all that jazz.

To one person a trait could be a flaw but to another it could be their shinnying quality. Personally I like people that are more introverted but the more I take business classes the more I learn that, in general, people don't like introverts. So, to some being an introvert is a flaw where to me it's a great trait. :3
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Dr-kon wrote:

The eye of the beholder and all that jazz.

To one person a trait could be a flaw but to another it could be their shinnying quality. Personally I like people that are more introverted but the more I take business classes the more I learn that, in general, people don't like introverts. So, to some being an introvert is a flaw where to me it's a great trait. :3


How do you feel about people who are extroverted?
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qualeshia3 wrote:

How do you feel about people who are extroverted?


Depends on the level of extroversion. I enjoy people that take charge of the conversation because that means I don't like extreme extroverts that want to take me partying and whatnot. So that goes to show how in a business environment extroversion is a wonderful trait to have, but I may not really enjoy your company.

Do you have a preference of extroverts/introverts?
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No. I find both enjoyable in their own way.
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outerheaven139 wrote:

Seems like a pointless discussion since some people's flaws might be another person's qualities


Posted 6/24/14
Any flaw that you can learn from, is fantastic in its own way.
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