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Agito

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  1. i have to admit, i havent been around this forum in a while.

    basically my mind has been off acne. well sort of.

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    anyway resting the fact on emotional bias.

    i got to say!

    walking alone in the cold breeze outside sets the mood perfect.

    in the dark feels so good.

    although i tend to miss the sun at the same time.

  2. when i see other peoples scars or acne, i don't give a shit. i notice it, and then pretty much forget that it's there. and i treat that person based on what kind of person he/she is, and not by what the face looks like.

    so just remember (i have a horrible time with this myself), it's all in your head, people don't care, and if they do, they can fuck right off. there's over 6 billion people in the world, don't waste your time on the them.

    that's all.

  3. i have to in fact agree on this, but i wouldnt put all my bets on it.

    i got into maple story and was indeed sucked into it for little over a year.

    i quit because the general fact of how much of a loser it makes you.

    but after months playing this, i started getting acne.

    but i wouldnt question why that was happening to me.

    it is obvious that i was destroying my self.

    i have 2 friends that i introduced this game.

    and they both formed acne from it.

    and they are much worsed off than i am.

    its a interested link between gaming and acne, but its really in the addiction that gets you out of everything else in life.

  4. i wasnt aiming at you. but the eye rolling does hit hard. haha

    i was speaking in general statement. to whoever bothers to read.

    you know telling someone to lose weight is very hard thing to do.

    its like telling someone to get rid of acne.

    You should be a philosopher. Your analogy is brilliant..

    :rolleyes:

    And telling a student to improve his or her grades in school is like telling a bald person to grow hair. Because something that requires hard work but is achievable is the same as something that someone has absolutely no control over.

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