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  1. Why thank you very much, that was very sweet of you to say
  2. I wouldn't hijack a plane, I'd just buy a ticket to go where I want to go, rather than buy a ticket to go on some plane headed to wherever, hijack it, and freak everyone out in the process
  3. Vatican forgives John Lennon for Jesus remark 11/22/2008 3:00 PM, Reuters VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican's newspaper has finally forgiven John Lennon for declaring that the Beatles were more famous than Jesus Christ, calling the remark a "boast" by a young man grappling with sudden fame. The comment by Lennon to a London newspaper in 1966 infuriated Christians, particularly in the United States, some of whom burned Beatles' albums in huge pyres. But time apparently heals all wounds. "The remark by John Lennon, which triggered deep indignation mainly in the United States, after many years sounds only like a 'boast' by a young working-class Englishman faced with unexpected success, after growing up in the legend of Elvis and rock and roll," Vatican daily Osservatore Romano said. The article, marking the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' The White Album, went on to praise the pop band. "The fact remains that 38 years after breaking up, the songs of the Lennon-McCartney brand have shown an extraordinary resistance to the passage of time, becoming a source of inspiration for more than one generation of pop musicians," it said. Lennon was murdered in New York in 1980. (Writing by Deepa Babington; editing by Keith Weir) Source
  4. Well, first off, it's only that when you're talking to someone, especially a woman, you want to talk to her, so it'd be appropriate to look her in the eyes when talking to her rather than constantly her breasts or something. So, it's not a matter of finding her eyes sexy, it's only a matter of paying attention to what she's saying. Well, it's never a bad thing to be self-confident. You have every right to be proud of yourself, but you don't have to verbally articulate it. You keep your appreciation for yourself, to yourself. Then the happiness you feel, being proud of who you are, exudes and therefore you become outgoing and confident. It's not a matter of ego at all. I was talking to this guy who had more issues about his looks than any woman I have ever met on this planet. I mean, and I really mean it, he kept constantly moaning about the way he looks in the dumbest ways: "I feel bad, my face is too uneven. The left side of my face is different than the right side." "Oh god, my hair is so flat today, I can't go outside like this" "Do I look bangeable to you? Are you sure?" "I have dark circles under my eyes, this is horrible" It's was a huuuuuuuuuuuuge turnoff, and I tried to weather it, it was incredibly annoying. I tried to help him realize that he's not as horrible looking as he thinks he is, and then he started to blame me for all the problems he had three years prior To sum it up, he thought that constantly bitching about the way he looks and trying to make me feel sorry for him, and pretty desperately, would garner sympathy points from me and then it'd be sacktime. I dumped him out like last week's lunch, needless to say. Like ally said, the people who don't have a reason to complain, complain the most.
  5. That pic is quite funny, but I hope you don't think negatively of all us Anyways, one thing that just confuses me greatly is just preferences when it comes to race and ethnicity It's like when people say I wouldn't date white women or I wouldn't date Asian men because they're not hot. Well, it doesn't greatly anger me but I just find it mildly stupid. I mean I personally don't care at all about the race of someone I date (I really don't think race is going to matter at all, because a couple generations from now, I see that we just become so modernized and more apathetic about the stigma of finding partners outside our race, that there is going to be so many mixed-race people anyways) I don't know but when someone says that I don't date Indian women or Italian men or whatever because I find them unattractive, it's sort of a pet peeve of mine because I think it's common sense to know that all races and ethnicities are going to have attractive men/women and unattractive men/women. Also, what if some smoking hot Indian girl or Italian guy just happens to catch your eye, are you going to deny that he/she's attractive? I mean I understand that people are weary of culture clashes but in this country, just adapting to a more relaxed and welcoming lifestyle is becoming more common. I mean we don't have to give a horse as a dowry anymore or have an arranged marriage for financial stability, we are becoming more open to each other and I really don't see how race is a barrier anymore or definitely going to be alleviated with each generation that stays here. [but I know there's always going to be people, even a minority, who are ethnocentric] Because many of us living in western societies ultimately become westernized and just accept people as they are [i don't live nor think like my Indian ancestors anyways, so I don't have a heart attack if my daughter happens to be attracted to a 'different' guy, oh no] I think these preferences on which race to date becomes very shallow. And people say they're alright, it's just preferences, but I think I'm crazy because I think it's stupid and pointless to have such rigid preferences and exclude a whole entire race or ethnicity because "I just don't get attracted to them."[don't be so sure buddy, I mean anyone can surprise you] Of course I can't tell people how to think, but I just simply find it stupid. But mainly, I think I think like this because I dealt with an overwhelming sense of racism all throughout my life and I wish many people like that didn't judge me off as the unattractive or idiotic girl only because I'm Indian. They didn't even talk to me but they said such horrible things about me because of that. I mean as a young girl, I did feel unattractive because of the race I belonged to because people told me "you can't be pretty, you're Indian", but I struggled deeply to fight against that and think of myself better than that. I think that's what caused this.
  6. shoes, I love shoes, I can spend a whole day in a shoe store sweet foods or greasy foods
  7. No, my parents never let me play an instrument so I focused on the visual arts instead. TNPTP has something radically different planned for the holiday season.
  8. I'm very sorry , now I get the hint.
  9. No, I don't think I've ever done one before TNPTP hasn't watched TV in a while, but still gets stuck here
  10. Hey there, what's up with the attitude? Unless I'm completely not getting an inside joke or something, if so, then I'm sorry
  11. I gotta admit Weird Al's "Eat It" really makes me laugh, maybe it's because of the perspective of the tacky Michael Jackson song. I also love "BOB"
  12. Thank you ally very much, I can always pick myself up and my friend did a great job at it too. but I never really notice that little things like that can really affect my day. And I like your trees metaphor, I never heard that one
  13. Thank you very much, even that smiley cheered me up tremendously. I really appreciate it
  14. I never realized how much I appreciate a thread like this. I mean, it just hit me today, because I have groups of friends that I tend to sway back and forth to, and one group is very cynical and bland to the point of annoyance. I mean, they seriously criticized a positive friend of mine because they think she's completely lying about her emotions most of the time when she truly expresses her positive outlook on life. But she is a positive person, naturally. So, I didn't realize it until a favorite song of mine's came on the radio and I just sort of yelped cheerfully, "Oooh, I love this song". Only because of that, they looked at me as if I was a complete psychopathic maniac all because I had a positive reaction to something. Then I felt the positive energy dwindling downwards and my smile fading. Then, I just walked away, without their notice, and I just went to my positive friend and she gave me a pat and stated, "don't worry, some people like to drain happiness from others because they're way too miserable about little things." So, that made me happy today and I really appreciate this thread a lot more because a positive attitude from people really does make life's serendipitous moments more of a treat.
  15. No, but I had someone try to seize me down in a similar way TNPTP shoplifted before as a child.
  16. Definitely, leaving work early, no doubt about it monkeys or apes
  17. Skipped a school or skipped school? No, I care about my school performance because I was taught to make something with my life and I can't do that if I don't go to college. I am very strict about my school records. And I am nerd HYE been a nerd just kidding HYE gotten naked in public when drunk
  18. I'm very saddened you needed to go through that, but if you need to release these inhibitions, due to your experiences, I am willing to listen and console you because I also went through childhood abuse.
  19. Well, I burned cheaters in other ways. I always make sure no one cheats by crouching over my test. TNPTP experienced senioritis in high school
  20. No, but my little brother once heard my dad asking mom to have sex TNPTP once ate those berries in the backyard that you aren't supposed to eat
  21. Right now, it's that I won't get accepted into universities because of my minor case of senioritis [maybe a huge stress] Deep fear is a fear of getting abducted, but I don't worry about it too much
  22. Not really TNPTP can do something fairly unique with his/her body [like move his/her ears]
  23. No but once I wrote to a state senator and he wrote back that made me fairly content TNPTP didn't or doesn't give a flying f*ck about conforming into high school
  24. That's pretty much it, he used to describe Sarah Palin Correct me if I'm wrong
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