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Your experiences with mean people?
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Posted 1/23/15 , edited 1/23/15

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I was having a very long day, okay? I get treated like that by guys on a daily basis, and I honestly don't know why. So I'd had enough. I'm sorry. And if I had responded maturely, they probably wouldn't have taken me seriously anyways. Most of the people at my school are very immature.


Well, things could have been worse. I would have called him that too, or probably something worse.

Let's see, this recent week I was on Steam playing a game and a couple of my friends log on and play Minecraft. And one of them (used to be friend) messages me asking if I want to play Minecraft with them. I told him to send me the IP to connect on with them. He replies with go on Skype and he'll call me. I just recently uninstalled Skype too since I hardly use it so I told him that. Then he replies back with, "Well install it again, bitch." I stared at the message for a while just think how unnecessary that was. Then I kindly replied saying I'll pass on Minecraft. And he replies back with one word, "Chink." And I'm like wow, really? So I just told him, he needs to stop sending insults and grow up. And a little "Have fun playing." He then replies back with "Have fun at [community college name]. I heard they give out really useless degrees that can't get you jobs." After reading that I just gave up on even trying to reply to him. He was able to say that since he goes to a state university while I'm doing a two year degree and transfer. Of course, I'm not friends with him anymore since I rather not deal with his on going insults.
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Posted 1/23/15
The thing is that hes going to be either crippled by debt after, or his parents will. And you wont be. He wont be able to find a job either, trust me. xD
You'll probably land one before him actually.
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Posted 1/24/15
Mean people? I dunno... They're just your average Joes, right?


Sorry... Math joke... >.>
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Posted 1/25/15

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Eucku wrote:
There are many factors, as I can call on experience, personal insight, and psychology courses (I'm a field medic in the Canadian Armed forces. Psychology was part of my basic qualification.). So all-in-all, don't let people push you around, but don't go batshit crazy.


Basic being the key word.




BMQ (Basic Military Qualification.), I took a condensed bachelor's course in psychology as part of my entrance into the military. My basic qualification was just what I needed in order to join the military. My psychology training however, was not a crash course. So basic is not a keyword in correlation to my psychology degree.
Posted 1/25/15
Defining mean as in "rude", everyone is mean to some degree, some are just meaner than others. I suppose one has to know someone accurately for a considerable length of time in order to assess whether they are indeed "bad people". That or hire a Private Investigator or work for the government.
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Posted 1/25/15

Eucku wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:
There are many factors, as I can call on experience, personal insight, and psychology courses (I'm a field medic in the Canadian Armed forces. Psychology was part of my basic qualification.). So all-in-all, don't let people push you around, but don't go batshit crazy.


Basic being the key word.




BMQ (Basic Military Qualification.), I took a condensed bachelor's course in psychology as part of my entrance into the military. My basic qualification was just what I needed in order to join the military. My psychology training however, was not a crash course. So basic is not a keyword in correlation to my psychology degree.


Yes it is.

Completely basic.

You don't have a Ph.D in psychology, nor do you have an MD in psychiatry. It's basic.
Posted 1/25/15

VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:
There are many factors, as I can call on experience, personal insight, and psychology courses (I'm a field medic in the Canadian Armed forces. Psychology was part of my basic qualification.). So all-in-all, don't let people push you around, but don't go batshit crazy.


Basic being the key word.




BMQ (Basic Military Qualification.), I took a condensed bachelor's course in psychology as part of my entrance into the military. My basic qualification was just what I needed in order to join the military. My psychology training however, was not a crash course. So basic is not a keyword in correlation to my psychology degree.


Yes it is.

Completely basic.

You don't have a Ph.D in psychology, nor do you have an MD in psychiatry. It's basic.


Not to butt in, but let me butt in ( ) Stop Bragging! Both of you. Just. Stop. It.
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Posted 1/25/15 , edited 1/25/15

VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:
There are many factors, as I can call on experience, personal insight, and psychology courses (I'm a field medic in the Canadian Armed forces. Psychology was part of my basic qualification.). So all-in-all, don't let people push you around, but don't go batshit crazy.


Basic being the key word.




BMQ (Basic Military Qualification.), I took a condensed bachelor's course in psychology as part of my entrance into the military. My basic qualification was just what I needed in order to join the military. My psychology training however, was not a crash course. So basic is not a keyword in correlation to my psychology degree.


Yes it is.

Completely basic.

You don't have a Ph.D in psychology, nor do you have an MD in psychiatry. It's basic.


Lol that may be, but I am working on my DM and am looking to specialize in Neurology. So I will have my doctorate in about 6 years. I don't see what purpose you have coming after me lol. So I may not be a doctor now, but I am well on the road to do so.


Not to butt in, but let me butt in ( ) Stop Bragging! Both of you. Just. Stop. It.


He chose to start a personal vendetta. I am merely defending myself.
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Posted 1/25/15
Typically i am a pretty calm and collected person but nothing says "rude" more, then someone who doesn't listen and makes you repeat yourself over and over again. As for "mean" everyone is mean so who cares, if you take them too seriously life will just look like a bunch of shades of grey instead of a colorful picture~
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Posted 1/25/15
Well, part of the role I take in healthcare setting is being able to deal with mean or rude people. Plus, I get tons of annoyed people at my retail job in Central London.

My experiences, generally led me to the conclusion that its not worth it to get involved or hurt by someone else's demeanour and just let things go. Unless that person is someone you see daily.. Then you need to stand up for yourself.
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Posted 1/25/15 , edited 1/25/15
I never have trouble with mean people. I'm "safe" so people wouldn't dare mess with me. Prolly cos I'm really nice. I don't really like urban dictionary but if you're unsure what I mean by safe: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=safe e.g if I give someone something they might be like "Yow safe". Which means that I'm nice. It's basically slang for thanks.
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Posted 1/25/15

Eucku wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


Eucku wrote:
There are many factors, as I can call on experience, personal insight, and psychology courses (I'm a field medic in the Canadian Armed forces. Psychology was part of my basic qualification.). So all-in-all, don't let people push you around, but don't go batshit crazy.


Basic being the key word.




BMQ (Basic Military Qualification.), I took a condensed bachelor's course in psychology as part of my entrance into the military. My basic qualification was just what I needed in order to join the military. My psychology training however, was not a crash course. So basic is not a keyword in correlation to my psychology degree.


Bruh. Did you come to this topic to rant and brag about your useless psychology degree? It doesnt take a class to figure out how humans think, since we are human.
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Posted 1/25/15
I didn't know magic noodles got mad
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Your profile headline cracks me up
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Posted 1/25/15
idk cant remember the last time i talked to a person jk

seriously, i dont even let that shit bother me anymore. unless they are threatening me or something, i let everything slide. lifes 2 short to get worked up over little stuff.
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