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Post by Jtull on 2011-01-23, 18:03

hey this could be interesting. post your life lessons here that you have learned so we may all benefit from each others wisdom
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Post by Destral on 2011-01-23, 18:31

Never give up, give in, or give a bad speech. Because if you do one of those 3 things, all you do is humiliate yourself.

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Post by leewatson1 on 2011-01-23, 19:44

Todays friend, is tommorows enemy.
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Post by Shemuel on 2011-01-23, 20:56

Life lessons for most people aren't grand catchphrases. Apart from being corny, they probably aren't tailor-made for you, and most importantly, the vast majority you gradually just come to realise.

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Post by Thingy on 2011-01-23, 21:06

No matter how hard you work (unless you have a high education and really damn good luck), you'll never be as rich as the cunt who publicly asked for a million bucks, annoying the fuck out of everyone who watched one of his many many videos, except one brain dead millionaire who thought helping an annoying middle class dude, rather than saving hundreds of poor, desperate people and giving them a full education so they can live productive lives and stop the cycle of poverty and ignorance that has been in their family for generations, is a worthwhile cause. Unless you've worked hard as hell, happen to live in a county where high education is affordable or free, and have at least some sub par amounts of smarts.

Which brings me to my second life lesson. Learn as much as you can, work as hard as you can. It's the only reliable way to get even semi rich. It's why i'm going to work to my breaking point to get an education good enough to get me into Technical Engineering or Information Technological Engineering at KTH (Swedish for Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, or Royal Institute of Technology) for the next 4 years.

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Post by Darkwing on 2011-01-24, 01:43

Shemuel wrote:Life lessons for most people aren't grand catchphrases. Apart from being corny, they probably aren't tailor-made for you, and most importantly, the vast majority you gradually just come to realise.

Ironic

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Post by Jtull on 2011-01-24, 01:55

Ironic how?
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Post by Darkwing on 2011-01-24, 02:43

Because though not a grand catchphrase, it's fairly close and is a life lesson, therefore ironic because he was saying how they don't usually come in grand catchphrases, therefore the irony

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Post by Deoran Drages on 2011-01-24, 07:01

the most obvious one is read between the lines, but how many of us actually do that instead just believing the opposite of whatever the speaker is saying
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Post by Jtull on 2011-01-24, 07:48

the greatest lesson I ever learned was blind love is love without a point
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Post by Darkwing on 2011-01-24, 12:09

Deoran Drages wrote:the most obvious one is read between the lines, but how many of us actually do that instead just believing the opposite of whatever the speaker is saying

I read everything

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