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    I don't understand why we think that we can't understand something. I don't understand why we believe we are flawed as humans. I don't understand how idiotic we can be. I don't understand why we make this life mean more than it might be. I don't understand why we are given the ability to question such grandoise ideas and never be able to answer them, or that the answer will be millions of times more simple than the question asked. I don't understand why we see importance in this world. I don't understand why I can't live in the moment more than I do. I could go on, but I'll spare you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    I don't understand why we think that we can't understand something. I don't understand why we believe we are flawed as humans. I don't understand how idiotic we can be. I don't understand why we make this life mean more than it might be. I don't understand why we are given the ability to question such grandoise ideas and never be able to answer them, or that the answer will be millions of times more simple than the question asked. I don't understand why we see importance in this world. I don't understand why I can't live in the moment more than I do. I could go on, but I'll spare you all.
    tis's good. I am quoting it cause I dont understand the english language
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelhair45 View Post
    1. I can't understand people who rush through life never enjoying anything. I know so many people that have the "lets get it over" attitude about everything. Even fun stuff. Why even bother waking up?
    I'm like that. I don't understand it myself. It's as if my whole life is made out of longing and finding methods to make time go faster. And remembering, of course, and being sad that the fun times are over already.
    I blamed my Ne for that, but if I see an ENFP have the opposite viewpoint... I don't understand.

    I don't understand people who don't want to understand or learn about new viewpoints. They can upset your simple ideas about the world, they compel you to think and try and find arguments to defend your viewpoint. They sharpen your view, even if you don't agree with them, because you've got to think about why exactly you don't agree. I've met more than one person who says "no thanks, I know my viewpoint is the best even while I know nothing of the rivalling ones."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    LOL! I couldn't agree more about all but 1. ballet flats don't look stupid if worn with the proper outfit, and 2. I can't help how many stray cats collect at my house!! *beans you with a kitten*
    1. There is no proper outfit except a tutu.
    2. I see the mental illness has set in.

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    If you're driving a toy, don't use a parking spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post



    If you're driving a toy, don't use a parking spot.
    Yep. Who ever drives that is extremely passive aggressive. "You made fun of me all of those years about driving this thing! Suck on this!"

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    Well, he is one person using one parking lot, just like the people who come to the store alone in their four-wheeled transportation. From that point of view he is just as right using that space.

    I don't understand what is the point of transporting your body weight inside a two-ton machine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Well, he is one person using one parking lot, just like the people who come to the store alone in their four-wheeled transportation. From that point of view he is just as right using that space.

    I don't understand what is the point of transporting your body weight inside a two-ton machine...
    I second that.

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    I can't understand why people get a Big Mac and large fries...and a Diet Coke...


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    Why people REFUSE to look before they back up. I can't count the times I've nearly been run over because someone in a tiny compact car can't see me.

    Seriously? If I'm not hiding in the bush, my cammies should be quite easy to spot against a light GRAY parking lot.

    Next time I'm going to steal a hummer with a .50 cal and just BLAST the hell out of someone's car when I see them not checking mirrors and physically checking their blindspot before they back up.
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