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    Going off my last thread with little replies, I'm assuming most people condone it.

    I said something, and a man thought i was stupid and got up and went off and repeated what i had said to them.

    Would you do the same thing?

    If it is the right thing to do, then am i someone who should be thinking bad of myself, would people still be my friend knowing that i said something stupid?

    I'm just trying to understand people, and whether my stupid comment means that i shouldn't fit in with society.
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    oh happy birthday to me btw...can't believe i'm sat in my room thinking about this.
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    (Original post by Flyingaround)
    oh happy birthday to me btw...can't believe i'm sat in my room thinking about this.
    erm... Happy birthday for yesterday... :clip::mrt:
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    (Original post by ieatcheeseyo)
    erm... Happy birthday for yesterday... :clip::mrt:
    Thanks
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    no..i think we should not humiliate them by any means..we may also seems to be stupid in front of someone..

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