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Are people too serious?
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Not serious enough imo.
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What's going on around you is a reflection of yourself
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S4869hu wrote:


ahatestory wrote:

Or should they just give up on being unhappy and instead ooze artificial happiness like a clockwork orange for the satisfaction of society?


I actually do this on a routine basis. Most grueling undertaking ever.


It's not worth it.

Been there.

But then I realised that before I am honest to anyone else, the biggest move that I could do to respect myself was to be honest to myself.

Then things began to fall into place better.
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Yes.

Life fits the definition of a game (the philosophical one), why not treat it as such?
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MadameNoir wrote:


S4869hu wrote:


ahatestory wrote:

Or should they just give up on being unhappy and instead ooze artificial happiness like a clockwork orange for the satisfaction of society?


I actually do this on a routine basis. Most grueling undertaking ever.


It's not worth it.

Been there.

But then I realised that before I am honest to anyone else, the biggest move that I could do to respect myself was to be honest to myself.

Then things began to fall into place better.


Wise words I'll keep this in mind, thx. (*˘︶˘*) Sometimes I feel the need to do some soul searching but at the same time I'm afraid of what I might find at the end of the tunnel. lol
Posted 5/6/15 , edited 5/6/15

S4869hu wrote:


MadameNoir wrote:


S4869hu wrote:


ahatestory wrote:

Or should they just give up on being unhappy and instead ooze artificial happiness like a clockwork orange for the satisfaction of society?


I actually do this on a routine basis. Most grueling undertaking ever.


It's not worth it.

Been there.

But then I realised that before I am honest to anyone else, the biggest move that I could do to respect myself was to be honest to myself.

Then things began to fall into place better.


Wise words I'll keep this in mind, thx. (*˘︶˘*) Sometimes I feel the need to do some soul searching but at the same time I'm afraid of what I might find at the end of the tunnel. lol


Soul searching is much needed if one wants to grow and mature and improve... The major problem in this world is that people just follow others and they never question their own actions. That leads to a lot of silly things that could have been avoided in the first place.

Stay strong, human! xD Hahaha......
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MadameNoir wrote:

Stay strong, human! xD Hahaha......


(๑•̀ㅂ•́)و✧ you bet! Lol
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I don't associate myself with people who have sticks up their asses.
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DudeItsMark wrote:

I don't associate myself with people who have sticks up their asses.


Sometimes if you're not serious about life what you get is a stick up your ass.
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Amaya- wrote:


DudeItsMark wrote:

I don't associate myself with people who have sticks up their asses.


Sometimes if you're not serious about life what you get is a stick up your ass.


Not about that life.

All jokes aside, I know when to be serious and when not to be. There's a time and place for everything.
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Posted 5/6/15

Amaya- wrote:


DudeItsMark wrote:

I don't associate myself with people who have sticks up their asses.


Sometimes if you're not serious about life what you get is a stick up your ass.


Ha.

Some people pay for that :p
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Okay let me rephrase this. Not sad people on the subway, people who are constantly serious, brooding, and sad. Everyone has bad days, yes. I'm saying people who live their life for years or decades like this.


Me personally, I am aware life is difficult across the board, but there's no reason to live like this. The French call it "ennui". It's a state of constant sadness. Try and break out of it, it's just seeing even the worst of days in a better light.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-diB65scQU

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



I am 99.99% serious, that .01% goes a long ways.
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Yes. Some people are too serious.
No rant to be seen this time.
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I'm like the Joker. I use cutting edge technology to make people smile.



I'm almost never serious when I can help it. But I'm usually the only one laughing...
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Posted 5/6/15 , edited 5/6/15

AiYumega wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

Some people's lives aren't always a party


Perspective and attitude. It can be a magical thing.


I guess you could say that but if you ask me that is a stupid way of thinking. No offense, Though I guess I am being paradoxically offensive. You cannot expect people to forcefully force themselves to be happy and smiley all the time. That would not let people be true to themselves. Having a mix of people is great since I find people who are all too optimistic rather unnerving.

But I also find a kingship with the Joker meme. I usually have a witty or dry sense of humor, so I would not be considered serious but for the most part I am neutral in most of my interactions day to day.
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