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Post Reply Is it wrong to be curious and constantly questioning?
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Posted 1/4/16
Your threads are fine. "Explain your opinion in great detail" is like your catchphrase now. You should keep it.
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Asking questions is the only way to find answers.
Question everything but don't doubt yourself.
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This thread is basically a circlejerk. If there's something you should be concerned about, it's your need to be validated and coddled by some randoms online.
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Thank you.
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mentalese wrote:

This thread is basically a circlejerk. If there's something you should be concerned about, it's your need to be validated and coddled by some randoms online.


Wait, what is a circlejerk?
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I think curiosity is one of Humanity's greatest qualities.
People better themselves and conquer their fears through education.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Wait, what is a circlejerk?


Well, don't go on google images.
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mentalese wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Wait, what is a circlejerk?


Well, don't go on google images.


Okay then.

Did I do something wrong?
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Okay then.

Did I do something wrong?




I'm kidding. Mostly.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I was just wondering is it okay to always be so curious and questioning towards almost everything.


I don't know. Is it wrong to pick up girls in a dungeon?!
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Fine to ask questions, but you don't seem to be asking the questions you are interested in.

You want great detail, but you're saying you don't always understand the answers. Spend a couple more minutes to clarify your question. Vague questions get random responses and increase the number of pseudo-deep answers to things you aren't actually interested in.
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mentalese wrote:

This thread is basically a circlejerk. If there's something you should be concerned about, it's your need to be validated and coddled by some randoms online.


It's nothing beyond the acceptable ranges of normality.

One no longer have to post a picture of their tits flopping out of their shirt to be considered someone seeking validation. Heck, one doesn't even need to be that someone asking about the best way to cut themselves.

Nah, definitely looking for validation when one makes a topic for advice after being criticized.



At least you backpedaled. A bit.
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it aint wrong but it sure sounds like a lot of work and i'm
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PrinceJudar wrote:

It's nothing beyond the acceptable ranges of normality.

One no longer have to post a picture of their tits flopping out of their shirt to be considered someone seeking validation. Heck, one doesn't even need to be that someone asking about the best way to cut themselves.

Nah, definitely looking for validation when one makes a topic for advice after being criticized.



At least you backpedaled. A bit.


Hilarious. Did you have a seizure halfway through typing that?


qualeshia3 wrote:

Sometimes I feel like my opinion isn't important enough to mention and I just want to know what everyone else thinks.


One can admit to needing validation and yet be perceived as otherwise by an irrelevant passerby.
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mentalese wrote:
Hilarious. Did you have a seizure halfway through typing that?


Edgy.



Posted 1/4/16

PrinceJudar wrote:


mentalese wrote:
Hilarious. Did you have a seizure halfway through typing that?


Edgy.





Not very resistant to bait are you. Let's fast forward the banter and get to the part where you admit you were wrong.
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