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Obadiah 1 month ago
This post is not "deep". This post pushes people towards suicide.
       
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Cory 1 month ago
Obadiah, nah, just means you gotta grab life by the balls
       
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Algy 1 month ago
Obadiah, Life's rough- time to man the F%$K up and stop whining!!!
       
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Margaretta 1 month ago
Obadiah,
If this post make you think of suicide, then you are the teacher audience and missed the point.
       
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Nate 1 month ago
sad but true sm_80
       
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Mckenna 1 month ago
Not all of it is true. I, for example, love my job. It's rewarding, diversified, chilling and also kind of my hobby (I'm developer).

It's not like every job is sh#t.
       
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Phillip 1 month ago
#20 its not a problem to forget your age. Its just when you grow up, at a certain point it stops mattering.

A lot of these are not the result of aging but the result of trying to be a perpetual child and never learning maturity or how to grow, then life forcing you to.
       
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Duncan 1 month ago
Gee, this is satisfying.

S#ck it up, kids, it only gets worse.
       
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Delf 1 month ago
Do what you love, forget the money - because if you say getting the money is the most important thing you'll spend your life completely wasting your time.
You'll be doing things you don't like doing in order to go on living, that is
to go on doing things that you don't like - which is stupid.
Better to have a short life that is full of what you like doing,
than a long life spent in a miserable way!
       
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"For me it's watching my parents get old.

As a teenager I thought they were all about keeping me restricted and controlled. Now I realize they're just two people who never had a kid before, did the best they knew how, and [email protected]#ked up at times like all other humans on the planet.

I never realized how much I needed them emotionally until I saw my father through his open heart surgery, and saw Parkinson's take my mother's independence.

So here I am still feeling like a teenager on the inside, staring down the barrel of 50, wondering what the hell happened."

 

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