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Post Reply What do you do when things don't work out?
Posted 3/6/15
Get sad then I try something new,or something else entirely or just give up on it if it's not worth my time.
Posted 3/6/15
Depends on what said "thing" might be. I have a tendency to become very stubborn with certain things, but for the most part I simply let them be because it's true how they say that time fixes everything... well, most things.
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Posted 3/6/15
Refer to the user manual and look up the troubleshooting section

Look at the faqs and then the forums

Or troubleshoot it myself
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Posted 3/6/15
Buzz my lips, take 5 min to reflect on what i could have done, move on and learn from it.
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FOOD

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Plan to make things better.
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Posted 3/6/15
Kill the other person then I don't have to worry about it
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Posted 3/6/15
if its anything then i will seek help first and ask from others, and if it still doesn't work i'll do it my way and if it STILL doesn't work, i'll just forget about it and leave it alone
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Posted 3/6/15
Give up, move on. Your only other option is to keep banging your head into the wall. Sure you might break it down, but it's going to hurt like hell either way. Whether or not it's worth the pain and risk is up to each individual.
Posted 3/6/15
It depends. If someone is available for support , I'll reach out to them, but either way, I'll lament circumstances such as they are for a short while before moving on..
Posted 3/6/15

karmacide wrote:

I find someone who makes stupid ass threads and stab them in the eye with a curling iron.


The question is why do you have a curling iron.
Posted 3/6/15 , edited 3/6/15

karmacide wrote:


mistletain wrote:


karmacide wrote:

I find someone who makes stupid ass threads and stab them in the eye with a curling iron.


The question is why do you have a curling iron.


To maintain my flowing golden locks of hair.

I am a golden god.


Yes of course. That was my second guess.
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Posted 3/6/15
Depends on what it is and whether it's worth the effort to keep trying or if it's better to just let go.

If I'm stuck on a problem at work, I try to work on it until I get it done or in the worst case scenario, I would eventually give up if I've exhausted all possible workarounds.

If I feel that someone's mad or annoyed at me and doesn't want to speak to me anymore, I would quietly back away and never speak to them again since it would be pointless to force people to like you.

If it's something that's really important to me and there's nothing I can do about it then I would be moping around my house for a few days and then act lifeless for a few weeks.
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