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That i'll be forever short.
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 10/18/16
that i have broad shoulders
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Posted 10/18/16
that the boyfriend is not a free-thinker
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Posted 10/18/16
That I'll never be Batman
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37 / F / Seireitei, Soul S...
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Posted 10/18/16

stars201 wrote:

I will always be 5'2

But really I want to be 5'6 -5'7

I cri evrey tiem :,(


Well at least you're taller than I am. I'm 37 and five feet tall, and have been since High School. I'm not going to be growing any taller either. But, it's something that I accepted about myself a long time ago.
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Posted 10/18/16
11 years later that I will always be in pain withmy back from the stupid accident

that people will always think im young because of how I look

that I will never have a dad, chances of my mom re marrying are small





and that im racist just for existing and that no matter what we do we cant change our country, everything is always gonna be corrupt
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Posted 10/18/16
I have accepted cheeto jesus into my stomach.

-For some have dabbed and been lead astray by the coughers, but the righteous will be very very rich.
Trumpiticus 9:11



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Posted 10/19/16
That the world will be both beautiful, and cruel no matter where you go.
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Posted 10/19/16 , edited 10/19/16
That i am not built for day shift (well 6:15am starts) and will always feel tired whilst working this shift, no matter what i do.

That i will never get my money back from a couple of people that i helped and they screwed me over.

That time only moves in one direction (well duh but yeah..)

That being nice is being weak.

That my dick isn't as big as i'd like it to be or i feel it should be for someone of my height and size (lol)

That working and paying taxes your whole life is part of life.

Gakyou 
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25 / F / United States
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Posted 10/19/16 , edited 10/19/16
That I won't ever feel like I completely belong somewhere

That life is unfair (I mean a given but still)
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37 / F / Seireitei, Soul S...
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Posted 10/19/16

Gakyou wrote:

That I won't ever feel like I completely belong somewhere

That life is unfair (I mean a given but still)


To be different is to be considered weird by others, but that's the best kind of weird. Why conform to others ideals of who you should be?
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Posted 10/19/16 , edited 10/19/16
Truth 1: There's a high likelihood that you will end up miserable in your last few years alive. Disease and illness could rob you of your mobility, your eyesight, your hearing, your ability to speak and think, the memories you've made your entire life, all the knowledge and skills you've amassed, and your freedom. At best, you'd have a supportive family who will provide decent care for you and at worst, you'll be left in a nursing home at the mercy of your care providers. You could be forced to live indefinitely through TPN/GT regardless of your quality of life. Every moment you spend awake could be in complete agony from the festering ulcers, growing tumors, or impaired respiratory function. There are so many things that could go wrong and if you live long enough, you'll certainly end up with a few of them.

Truth 2: Look at the people around you that you love. Chances are, you'll see a lot of them die one day. That's plenty of funerals to attend and more days spent in emotional anguish. It might be in a day, a month, a year or 50. What's guaranteed is that either you die first or they do one after another.

Truth 3: People will sacrifice almost anything to share a moment with someone they've lost but more often than not, they forget to savor those very moments while the person is still around. Humans can become petty and sometimes allow insignificant matters to ruin lifelong relationships with others.
Posted 10/19/16 , edited 10/19/16
You can do anything you put your mind too.
Failure is just a lesson for success.
People don't often change but only when they want too.
Marriage is useless.
Everyone learns differently and at their own pace.
You should never give up unless you feel no desire to accomplish the goal.
You might regret not being outspoken in a moment so grab it by the neck.
Don't make assumptions unless you have solid facts.
Nothing wrong with believing in what you want.
You have to wear a person before truly knowing who they are on the inside.
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Posted 10/19/16
If you don't work for it... It won't come by itself.
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The world is a big place, don't underestimate it.
Opportunities are there, take them.
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Most people think that they're suffering when they're just being weak-willed.
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