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Confidence, Growing Up, and Life: show parent WHAT!? Another simple-minded response on your part u/ReturningSpider, that you are stealing from other Reddit users that you've seen!? Thus... I now suspect you want the last word in this pointless argument between you and I? If that's so, then... well... admittedly... I can totally understand that! (Sometimes I want that too!) So ya, I understand that it's important to your fragile, weakened, and degraded manhood that you have the last say, and nail me good with a douzy of a comeback line. Otherwise your last lingering self confidence could self destruct! Thus: yes, allow me to endulge you: Go ahead and take it! Your comment directly below this comment of mine, will be the LAST word in this argument we're having, I promise! I won't respond after this! I promise! But... before you respond... I will say this: Since you have the honor of the last word in this verbal joust of ours... all I'm saying is at least try to make it count! Make it good at least, if you can! And can you at least try to impress me slightly this time with your verbal prowess!? I'm not asking you for a lot here, in this favor of mine. I'm just asking you to be a worthy verbal-foe! So far I've been quite underwhlemed by your responses... I mean, you typed: "LOL" and "r/iamverysmart"... I mean: if that's the best you can do... is that really the most creative you can get? You're obviously just parroting and mimicking short-cut debate methods you've seen on Reddit. So yes, think WISELY u/ReturningSpider before you respond Because so far you're just using simple-minded cliche tactics. This is your chance: your last response to this debate of ours! Make it count! And be IMPRESSIVE! And for once in your life, be a man By the way: joking and verbal jousting aside... Be honest: What was your relationship like, when growing up with your Mom? Would you call your own Mom a good mother? If not, then you have my total apologies. context full comments (30) report block user reply Gentlesir magnanimously offers me last word in our 'verbal joust'
Confidence, Growing Up, and Life: show parent
 WHAT!?
 Another simple-minded response on your part u/ReturningSpider, that you are stealing from other Reddit users that
 you've seen!?
 Thus... I now suspect you want the last word in this pointless argument between you and I?
 If that's so, then... well... admittedly... I can totally understand that! (Sometimes I want that too!)
 So ya, I understand that it's important to your fragile, weakened, and degraded manhood that you have the last say,
 and nail me good with a douzy of a comeback line. Otherwise your last lingering self confidence could self destruct!
 Thus: yes, allow me to endulge you:
 Go ahead and take it! Your comment directly below this comment of mine, will be the LAST word in this argument
 we're having, I promise!
 I won't respond after this! I promise!
 But... before you respond... I will say this:
 Since you have the honor of the last word in this verbal joust of ours... all I'm saying is at least try to make it count!
 Make it good at least, if you can!
 And can you at least try to impress me slightly this time with your verbal prowess!?
 I'm not asking you for a lot here, in this favor of mine. I'm just asking you to be a worthy verbal-foe!
 So far I've been quite underwhlemed by your responses...
 I mean, you typed: "LOL" and "r/iamverysmart"...
 I mean: if that's the best you can do... is that really the most creative you can get?
 You're obviously just parroting and mimicking short-cut debate methods you've seen on Reddit.
 So yes, think WISELY u/ReturningSpider before you respond
 Because so far you're just using simple-minded cliche tactics.
 This is your chance: your last response to this debate of ours!
 Make it count! And be IMPRESSIVE!
 And for once in your life, be a man
 By the way: joking and verbal jousting aside...
 Be honest: What was your relationship like, when growing up with your Mom?
 Would you call your own Mom a good mother?
 If not, then you have my total apologies.
 context full comments (30) report block user reply
Gentlesir magnanimously offers me last word in our 'verbal joust'

Gentlesir magnanimously offers me last word in our 'verbal joust'

Funny, Growing Up, and Lol: togg A JOB IS A JOB Another day breaks, you pour out of bed Not a minute awake and in The dread of the world waiting outside your door With its deadlines, appointments, its meetings, its chores creeps the dread. You feel uninspired as you sit in your cube. A few minutes of joy watching cat clips on YouTube. When you're colleagues ask a friendly "How do you do? You simply say "Fine, but you'd like to say "Blue You say to yourself, that's the way it must be. There's duties and schedules, and your kid's dentist fees. A job is a job and a job must be done! There's no time to sit around and simply have fun! 6 So you slumpity-slump your way through each day And you gripe, and you type, as you labor away Now, this will not do. No, this simply won't do! Who's running this show, here? It's you, my dear, YOUI It's time to start asking what do you want to do? Plan some time for yourself, two, three hours a day Leave your smartphone at home - go out and play Why have we stopped playing? How silly, how wrong To think growing up means being earnest all day long. Remember, you liked to go out and dance? You once played guitar in that weird indie band. Or painting, whatever did happen to that? Strange how all of those passions fell flat. Now, a job is a job, and a job must be done. But a you is a you, and you must also have fun. So take a week off, one, or two, six, or eight! This is your mental health - and that simply can't wait. But wait! It's not easy when money is tight. That's true, but you can still take that art course at night. If risks aren't your thing, work part-time for a while. In your new found free time, do things that make you smile. Taking care of yourself is the first job of all If you don't work at that, soon you'll have no job at all. So, eat a grand meal, sing a song, learn Malay Not just once in a while do these things every day Yes, a job is a job and a job must be done. But taking care of yourself, is job Number One. A job is a job by War and Peas. #funny #funnymemes #humor #memes #funnypic #quotes #pic #picoftheday #lol #lolzonline #interesting #history
Funny, Growing Up, and Lol: togg
 A JOB IS A JOB
 Another day breaks, you pour out of bed
 Not a minute awake and in
 The dread of the world waiting outside your door
 With its deadlines, appointments, its meetings, its chores
 creeps the dread.
 You feel uninspired as you sit in your cube.
 A few minutes of joy watching cat clips on YouTube.
 When you're colleagues ask a friendly "How do you do?
 You simply say "Fine, but you'd like to say "Blue
 You say to yourself, that's the way it must be.
 There's duties and schedules, and your kid's dentist fees.
 A job is a job and a job must be done!
 There's no time to sit around and simply have fun!
 6
 So you slumpity-slump your way through each day
 And you gripe, and you type, as you labor away
 Now, this will not do. No, this simply won't do!
 Who's running this show, here?
 It's you, my dear, YOUI
 It's time to start asking what do
 you want to do?
 Plan some time for yourself, two, three hours a day
 Leave your smartphone at home - go out and play
 Why have we stopped playing? How silly, how wrong
 To think growing up means being earnest all day long.
 Remember, you liked to go out and dance?
 You once played guitar in that weird indie band.
 Or painting, whatever did happen to that?
 Strange how all of those passions fell flat.
 Now, a job is a job, and a job must be done.
 But a you is a you, and you must also have fun.
 So take a week off, one, or two, six, or eight!
 This is your mental health - and that simply can't wait.
 But wait! It's not easy when money is tight.
 That's true, but you can still take that art course at night.
 If risks aren't your thing, work part-time for a while.
 In your new found free time, do things that make you smile.
 Taking care of yourself is the first job of all
 If you don't work at that, soon you'll have no job at all.
 So, eat a grand meal, sing a song, learn Malay
 Not just once in a while do these things every day
 Yes, a job is a job and a job must be done.
 But taking care of yourself, is job Number One.
A job is a job by War and Peas. #funny #funnymemes #humor #memes #funnypic #quotes #pic #picoftheday #lol #lolzonline #interesting #history

A job is a job by War and Peas. #funny #funnymemes #humor #memes #funnypic #quotes #pic #picoftheday #lol #lolzonline #interesting #history

Growing Up, Money, and Soon...: togg A JOB IS A JOB Another day breaks, you pour out of bed Not a minute awake and in creeps t The dread of the world waiting outside your door With its deadlines, appointments, its meetings, its chores he dread. You feel uninspired as you sit in your cube. A few minutes of joy watching cat clips on YouTube. When you're colleagues ask a friendly "How do you do? You simply say "Fine, but you'd like to say "Blue" You say to yourself, that's the way it must be. There's duties and schedules, and your kid's dentist fees. A job is a job and a job must be done! There's no time to sit around and simply have fun! 6 So you slumpity-slump your way through each day And you gripe, and you type, as you labor away Now, this will not do. No, this simply won't do! Who's running this show, here? It's you, my dear, YOUI It's time to start asking what do you want to do? Plan some time for yourself, two, three hours a day Leave your smartphone at home - go out and play Why have we stopped playing? How silly, how wrong! To think growing up means being earnest all day long. Remember, you liked to go out and dance? You once played guitar in that weird indie band. Or painting, whatever did happen to that? Strange how all of those passions fell flat. Now, a job is a job, and a job must be done. But a you is a you, and you must also have fun. So take a week off, one, or two, six, or eight! This is your mental health- and that simply can't wait. But wait! It's not easy when money is tight. That's true, but you can still take that art course at night. If risks aren't your thing, work part-time for a while. In your new found free time, do things that make you smile. Taking care of yourself is the first job of all If you don't work at that, soon you'll have no job at all. So, eat a grand meal, sing a song, learn Malay Not just once in a while do these things every day Yes, a job is a job and a job must be done. But taking care of yourself, is job Number One. 3
Growing Up, Money, and Soon...: togg
 A JOB IS A JOB
 Another day breaks, you pour out of bed
 Not a minute awake and in creeps t
 The dread of the world waiting outside your door
 With its deadlines, appointments, its meetings, its chores
 he dread.
 You feel uninspired as you sit in your cube.
 A few minutes of joy watching cat clips on YouTube.
 When you're colleagues ask a friendly "How do you do?
 You simply say "Fine, but you'd like to say "Blue"
 You say to yourself, that's the way it must be.
 There's duties and schedules, and your kid's dentist fees.
 A job is a job and a job must be done!
 There's no time to sit around and simply have fun!
 6
 So you slumpity-slump your way through each day
 And you gripe, and you type, as you labor away
 Now, this will not do. No, this simply won't do!
 Who's running this show, here?
 It's you, my dear, YOUI
 It's time to start asking what do
 you want to do?
 Plan some time for yourself, two, three hours a day
 Leave your smartphone at home - go out and play
 Why have we stopped playing? How silly, how wrong!
 To think growing up means being earnest all day long.
 Remember, you liked to go out and dance?
 You once played guitar in that weird indie band.
 Or painting, whatever did happen to that?
 Strange how all of those passions fell flat.
 Now, a job is a job, and a job must be done.
 But a you is a you, and you must also have fun.
 So take a week off, one, or two, six, or eight!
 This is your mental health- and that simply can't wait.
 But wait! It's not easy when money is tight.
 That's true, but you can still take that art course at night.
 If risks aren't your thing, work part-time for a while.
 In your new found free time, do things that make you smile.
 Taking care of yourself is the first job of all
 If you don't work at that, soon you'll have no job at all.
 So, eat a grand meal, sing a song, learn Malay
 Not just once in a while do these things every day
 Yes, a job is a job and a job must be done.
 But taking care of yourself, is job Number One.
 3
College, God, and Growing Up: 01:44 82%- m.damnlol.com SHARE fi read a post once that described 90s kids asthe generation of nostalgia #because so much technological advancement happened in such a rapid timeframe when we were growing up that we can clearly remember having technologies that are now obsolete #like going from a corded hugeass phone to a small computer in your pocket just within our thing #and it sparks a nostalgia for our seemly simpler, childh00ds #because so much rapid development makes it seem like it was a lot long ago than it actually was (x) formative years is a major This is the most solid explanation of our decade l have ever heard. Oh my god Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even technology based. We grew up knowing of chalk, skateboards, jump rope, street hockey, playgrounds, butterfly collecting, etc. Slowty technology took over our lives and now there are hardly kids playing outside in the summer. We can clearly remember our childhood as it was and now we can see the clear line between it. We were the generation right smack in the middle of it all Our parents were of non-tech and our childrenyoung siblings will be all tech. Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and you'll have a successful life, only to find those hopes abruptly dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them, the problem has been there since Day One. So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic.. we're BITTER. for those days when we could still think that the world boundless and full of the opportunities we were prom the first day of kindergarten. And THIS IS BEYOND REAL This post brought me to tears. This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm
College, God, and Growing Up: 01:44
 82%-
 m.damnlol.com
 SHARE
 fi read a post once that described 90s kids asthe
 generation of nostalgia #because so much
 technological advancement happened in such a
 rapid timeframe when we were growing up that
 we can clearly remember having technologies that
 are now obsolete #like going from a corded
 hugeass phone to a small computer in your pocket
 just within our
 thing #and it sparks a nostalgia for our seemly
 simpler, childh00ds #because so much rapid
 development makes it seem like it was a lot long
 ago than it actually was (x)
 formative years is a major
 This is the most solid explanation of our decade l
 have ever heard.
 Oh my god
 Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even technology
 based. We grew up knowing of chalk, skateboards, jump
 rope, street hockey, playgrounds, butterfly collecting, etc.
 Slowty technology took over our lives and now there are
 hardly kids playing outside in the summer. We can clearly
 remember our childhood as it was and now we can see the
 clear line between it. We were the generation right smack in
 the middle of it all Our parents were of non-tech and our
 childrenyoung siblings will be all tech.
 Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with
 all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and you'll
 have a successful life, only to find those hopes abruptly
 dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have
 grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them, the
 problem has been there since Day One.
 So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic.. we're BITTER.
 for those days when we could still think that the world
 boundless and full of the opportunities we were prom
 the first day of kindergarten.
 And
 THIS IS BEYOND REAL
 This post brought me to tears.
 This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm