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When Good Intentions Yield Bad Results
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Posted 7/27/15
Ever met someone who's good intentions always caused bad outcomes?

I know people who repeatedly fuck up and always has the "well things just happen~ weeeeeeeeee" attitude because they think they had good intentions at the time. Like using a metal scrubber on a non-stick pan. You wanted cleaner dishes but now you fucked up the fifty dollar pan. You buy 4 packs of orange juice, it doesn't fit in the fridge and it ends up going bad. There was a sale and you didn't think orange juice need to be refrigerated?? You wanted to swap the bee away from you, you let go of the stroller and your baby goes over a cliff.

Welp things just happen!
Ever had some instances where people's good intentions caused an inconvenience for everyone?

Posted 7/27/15
My entire life can be summed as that.
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AiYumega wrote:

My entire life can be summed as that.


Yep./// same here... or any customer service job there's always an annoying customer...
Posted 7/27/15 , edited 7/27/15
Ask Shirou and Archer about it. They know a lot about that.
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alexwithcandy wrote:


AiYumega wrote:

My entire life can be summed as that.


Yep./// same here... or any customer service job there's always an annoying customer...


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i....once tried to help an old lady to carry papers (?) as a kid (it looked like she was carrying a lot)
it didn't work too well (maybe i tried carrying more than i could? idk). for those who watched precure 5, imagine clumsy Nozomi and you'll have an idea of how it went... ^ ^;;
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I had a friend in high school who was the personification for this. It was almost impressive. One time when he was over, he was thoughtful enough to offer to make us eggy in a basket while we were watching a movie. This was great - right up until we realized later that he had cracked the eggs and left the empty shells in our egg carton in the fridge. This was seriously his entire life. I don't know what he's doing now, but I hope he's managed to stop doing this.
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Posted 7/27/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

I had a friend in high school who was the personification for this. It was almost impressive. One time when he was over, he was thoughtful enough to offer to make us eggy in a basket while we were watching a movie. This was great - right up until we realized later that he had cracked the eggs and left the empty shells in our egg carton in the fridge. This was seriously his entire life. I don't know what he's doing now, but I hope he's managed to stop doing this.

Many people do that. Not me, but I've seen it quite a bit.
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Science in a nutshell
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I saw an old man whos slipper fell off so I tried to help him. He was a drunk and he threatened me with his cane.
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The prohibition era in general
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Basically everything I do.

It sucks when your kindness doesn't have the results you expect.
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Posted 7/27/15
It is very hard to produce something good.
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I think someone who is truly selfless doesn't want or need recognition for doing good deeds, they don't do it for money or fame, but for tje sake of doing good.

Doing good for the sake of doing whats right, such a person recognition by others is secondary.

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I try to do good things, and there usually good, but there always seen in a bad way -.-
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