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How "compassionate" can you be? (The opposite thread)
Posted 10/7/14
Being compassionate is being selfless.
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I'm a actually the most nice person I know, once you get to know me.
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I'm a bit tsundere in real life, so it's hard to seem nice. Like, I'll buy something for someone, and tell them "I got tired of seeing you use that worn-out thing, so use this or I'll feel bad." It probably makes them feel a bit guilty (which I do feel badly about), but I'm allergic to people thinking I'm a nice person, even though I want to get them help.
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I'm a nice guy IRL but I don't do nice things because I want to. I almost hate being nice in fact. A person can fall over next to me and I don't feel a thing. I fake my emotions nonetheless.
Posted 10/7/14
I will always be nice no matter what happens. I'm not gonna let anything bad that does happen to me affect me as a person.
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Posted 10/7/14 , edited 10/8/14
Compassion is like character.... It is how you treat people that can do nothing for you or choosing to help them.

I remember a line from the anime Vandread, Hibiki is chickening out and B.C. hands him his ass, she asks him, "I though the strong were supposed to protect the weak?"



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Posted 10/7/14 , edited 10/7/14
My friends, family, and even people I just meet always seems to think of me as; The nicest guy who's ever walked the Earth.

Now, I don't get WHY people assume this about me, I'm just nice because that's how I want to be/want to be treated.
I also feel that being nice gives you tons more confidence than being angry/mad/depressing.
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Posted 10/7/14
Not really unless donating money to charity counts.
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Posted 10/8/14 , edited 10/8/14
We're slowly approaching a society where holding a door open for strangers is enough to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
Posted 10/8/14
I'm pretty much the hardass motherly type. Children can wrap me around their itty-bitty fingers, as long as they don't behave overly obnoxious (such as throwing tantrums on a dime). I don't have much patience for bratty behavior. Also, if someone that I care about is seriously ill, especially if I suspect that they're dying, I'm very much a hawk-like nursemaid.
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"I can't donate blood. I'm sorry," that's what I tell people working at the Big Red Bus.
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Posted 10/8/14

Magical-Soul wrote:

There are tons of things to love in the world, and even tons of people to love as well! Last thread, I told two things that could paint me as evil(don't visit it if you have a weak stomach!), but let's look at things that paint people as nice, specifically you, what acts of great kindness are you capable of? Much like the last "evil" topic, we are talking extremes, like not opening a door for someone or complimenting their hat, I mean "great" acts of compassion that they will remember you for until the end of time. So anything that required something from you, to another, preferably not a friend because being compassionate for a friend/relative is pretty obvious.

I once accidentally kidnapped a little girl, now, sure lolis are amazing but this is completely unrelated.

So I was at this park, Hurricane Harbor, you probably don't know it, and shortly after I exited the endless river, a little girl was looking around with tears running down her face. I spoke with her bit and asked if she wanted to come with me so we can find her people, she said no(Little ungrateful runt) for like 15 minutes until I just decided to wish her luck and be on my way -- but she followed me after a few seconds anyway(for reasons unknown).

She technically ruined the entire day because we barely touched the water, we only go in to make shortcuts or look in places where it's necessary. So no flirting with hotties or riding the big rides, just looking for her folks, because the park services took forever, it took 2 hours total to find her mother and I already spent like 20 bucks on the little skank, like really, water park food ain't cheap yo.

I didn't know the services had a manhunt out for her, they swarmed the endless river once we returned there, so if I would have left her, they would have found her a lot sooner. I don't know why they didn't use the giant speaker to call her name. All in all, I kinda regretted having her around since it wasn't fun and I should have assumed that the park was a safe place anyway. But the mother thanked me -- that was all, "Thank you.". Not a kiss, a slice of cake or nothing. Mario gets way better.

I also once payed for a guy's burger combo at fast food restaurant, he was an older cop that needed to eat before he takes his medicine but didn't have his card on him. It seemed really urgent because he was politely asking a few people for handouts but they all said "Sorry, dude." So I went ahead and bought him the whole combo. Honestly, I don't like police or needless begging when you have what you need. But his whole "My card is WAY back at the house." Routine was great! I mean I bought it.

Normally, people avoid doing acts of kindness that require a lot from me, like money, times, gas, etc. How many times have you said "No." To someone asking you for a ride home like 4 cities over?


That was completely unnecessary to call her a "skank."
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Posted 10/8/14 , edited 10/8/14
i always have a soft spot for outcasts. i always pity them because they dont seem to have friends. i try to talk to them when i can --partly because i cant stand seeing someone alone like that, and party because i dont want that to happen to me.

sometimes i purposely dont finish my food so me and my bf can give those left over pizzas or burgers to the squatters we see on the streets.

i also give out my spare change to the homeless. i've been told not to because they will only ask me for more money, but i just do. its just spare change --they need it more than i do.

etc etc etc. just help out people who need help. it feels better after you do
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OVERLY compassionate....
Posted 10/8/14
this first-time-mother started crying and just up and left her baby in the room i was working in.

had to watch over the baby and sing "Twinkle twinkle little star" to stop it from crying. I really enjoyed it, to be honest. My singing must have been so wonderful to make it stop crying xD My very first fan.


Honestly, that was the most compassionate thing i have ever done, considering I DESPISE little babies and little kids. They are attention wh0res that you can't criticize due to their undeveloped brain.
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