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    Deceit, lies, and emotional manipulation.
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    Insistence on conflict (especially waged through subtle, indirect means, rather than openly) and throwing your weight around just for the sake of it. Oh, and the fact that some people don't like that doesn't necessarily mean they are weak or a pushover.

    Idiocy and ignorance, on the other hand, I can usually forgive tolerate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    Insistence on conflict (especially waged through subtle, indirect means, rather than openly) and throwing your weight around just for the sake of it. Oh, and the fact that some people don't like that doesn't necessarily mean they are weak or a pushover.
    ^^^ this and unnecessary judgement …. like okay great keep that shit to yourself LIVE YOUR LIFE.
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    I'm not a fan of mean people - bullies, people who torture animals, and galactic overlords like Thanos (like wtf Thanos, go get a hobby).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturnal Snowqueen View Post
    Besides violent tendencies, I'd say people who can't get off their high horse and try to look at things from a different point of view/try to truly understand the situation.
    One that comes really close is Karenness. It's funny to see it in public for the most part, but imagine how their children feel seeing their mom act like that when they just wanted to eat. Do they treat their partner that low? They don't see people as human, really. I think to just act so freely whiny in public like that and degrade people that you see lower than you like that, even if it's just that one incident at McDonald's is reflection of your character.

    Also hoity-toity, overtly perverse, thoughtless douchebags who think they're all that. Nasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturnal Snowqueen View Post
    One that comes really close is Karenness. It's funny to see it in public for the most part, but imagine how their children feel seeing their mom act like that when they just wanted to eat. Do they treat their partner that low? They don't see people as human, really. I think to just act so freely whiny in public like that and degrade people that you see lower than you like that, even if it's just that one incident at McDonald's is reflection of your character.

    Also hoity-toity, overtly perverse, thoughtless douchebags who think they're all that. Nasty.
    I have seen people dismissed as "karens", though, when they are complaining about things that legitimately need to be fixed. People who are willing to speak up and be insistent, despite the pushback from those in charge, the disapproval of onlookers, and the hurdles often put in place to prevent it, often end up doing us all a favor by getting problems fixed and situations improved.

    (Nevermind the negative affects of this term on people actually named Karen - like one of my cousins.)
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    Cruelty and/ or lack of empathy. Also general pettiness, not being able to be measured and mature about things, etc.

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    Lately its been the echo chambers.

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    Of course always cruelty is the worst trait. I feel a lot of frustration about game-playing and crooked language use. I'm inconsistent in perceiving it because I didn't grow up with it in my family. I used to get taken in by it all.the.time, and have become more perceptive over the years by trying to learn what is happening. I don't like having to consider the range of possibilities it introduces. I think in the end reality wins, so what is the point of falseness? It gives people a conning edge in the short-term, but it feels like such a waste of energy.

    I've been trying to develop a method of perceiving falsehood without getting too swept up into paranoid perceptions. I don't like to invent motivations for people that don't align with their words, so I try to look at things with simpler outcomes. Does a person have something to gain or lose? What is gained or lost and is there a simple definable reason why that aligns with their values? I also try to picture what they've said and allow myself to ask, "Could that actually happen?" "Can I picture this happening in reality?" I've learned to be dismissive of language because it is expressed all over the map in human relationships with truth not consisting of the bulk of it and instead look at actions, but you can't always know actions. I don't like these complications.
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