Actually, These Things Aren’t That Bad… (10 PICS + 10 GIFS)

11 Jan 2021


1

“Giving up, sometimes giving up is the best thing you can do.”

 

GodIsGracious3

 

2

“Somebody who changes their beliefs.”

 

Stevieeeer

 

3

“Saying “No” when someone asks you to do something that they’re entirely capable of doing.”

 

TheUncleIroh30

 

4

“Liking vanilla sex.”

 

salsajeff

 

5

“Not knowing something. It’s not shameful to admit it.”

 

sterdeff

 

6

“Being “basic” in the sense that you have likes and hobbies similar to a group of people.”

 

TheRealFriz

 

7

“Disappointing your parents or friends by your life decisions. Usually, they come around in time when they see what you chose is what makes you happy and that is what they really wanted in the end anyway. It can be an uncomfortable wait until that time comes, but it is shorter and feels better than a lifetime of regret.”

 

zazzlekdazzle

 

8

“MSG. That’s it.”

 

DnDBard

 

9

“Going to dinner or a movie alone.”

 

acelkins720

 

10

“Asking for help.”

 

alligator-toes

 

11

“Gaming for a couple hours straight. If you enjoy doing it and don’t neglect your life there really is no difference between binge-watching something or reading a book.”

 

KillingKameni

 

12

“Admitting you’re wrong.”

 

AxelTheTired

 

13

“Failure. ‘Good decisions come from experience. But Experience comes from bad decisions. This is life So, Never regret. Learn from mistakes and go ahead.’ – Mark Twain.”

 

Ergok

 

14

“Curious children. That’s like… the best thing for a child to be because they want to learn the facts and form their own opinions, but parents act as if they’re like inappropriate or annoying.”

 

usernameemma

 

15

“Disliking your family. If your family always have been a bunch of @$$holes to you, what is the sense of even having respect for them?”

 

Auros21

 

16

“Defending yourself against a customer who is extremely rude.”

 

taralucent

 

17

“Breakups. Sometimes it’s better to end things instead of trying to hold a failing relationship together.”

 

ThePandaMan1110

 

18

“Not being super ambitious about your work/career.”

 

BePatient-IamDumb

 

19

“The stigma behind talking about your pay with fellow coworkers. In the states, it is legal, by talking about your wages you help ensure you and co-workers are being paid fairly.”

 

CanineClover

 

20

“Breaking tradition. It’s important to question why we do things and not just go along with it “because it’s been like that for years.”

 

aiyahhjoeychow

 



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Sarilla 1 month ago
#11 No. It's not just like reading a book. Even fiction. You get a lot of transference out of reading such as increased vocabulary and increased writing ability.
       
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Nap 1 month ago
Sarilla, I disagree. Playing a video game is great for strengthening eye-hand coordination, dexterity, and limbering tendons/joints that are either pre-arthritic or arthritic. In addition to the physical attributes, playing games also increases stimulation to our brains in strategies, spacial awareness and multi-tasking exercises. While reading a book broadens our intellect to a degree (depending on the material) it's not utilizing nearly as many cerebral and physiological functions as an active gaming session. Even moreso if it's an exercise game found in a lot of Wii selections.
       
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