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    Being too emotional and weak
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    being to cold and ruthless?
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    70.59%

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    (Original post by Amuroray)
    Nobody is in the middle.

    Most are soft these days.In oldern times they were more ruthless.
    Society has changed since the Middle Ages.
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    (Original post by damos92)
    'To' is incorrect, it's 'too'.

    I'm no pedant, but OP is a douche, so i felt like bringing it up.
    well I think you kind of are since he go it right first so probably just forgot
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    (Original post by damos92)
    'To' is incorrect, it's 'too'.

    I'm no pedant, but OP is a douche, so i felt like bringing it up.
    What?Who are you? LOL

    **** off.MUG.
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    (Original post by Amuroray)
    What?Who are you? LOL

    **** off.MUG.
    I would say that we are both mugs and compared to you, i was crafted by some of the eminent potters of our time while you were moulded by nursery kids who've got their hands on some play dough.

    Why you getting mad for? Thought you was going to be cold and ruthless?

    Failing already, you aint cut out for the business of being a emotional mercenary.
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    (Original post by Amuroray)
    Nobody is in the middle.

    Most are soft these days.In oldern times they were more ruthless.
    This post contributes heavily to the 'teenagers being melodramatic' dynamic of this thread.
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    (Original post by damos92)
    I would say that we are both mugs and compared to you, i was crafted by some of the eminent potters of our time while you were moulded by nursery kids who've got their hands on some play dough.Why you getting mad for? Thought you was going to be cold and ruthless?

    Failing already, you aint cut out for the business of being a emotional mercenary.
    What?
    Oh dear.
    If you called me that to my face i would be ruthless and bash your head against a wall.

    Do me favour mate,dont quote me again,not on my level.(Tbf alot of people of tsr arent).
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    (Original post by Amuroray)
    It is in alot of situations.

    Lets say you're stuck in a bunker wyour best friend and you're both starving.A opptunity arises to kill him.The strong person would slit the neck of his best friend.
    Man, this totally just happened to me the other week!
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    (Original post by Bobifier)
    This post contributes heavily to the 'teenagers being melodramatic' dynamic of this thread.
    Melodramatic LOL im very very calm.
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    I'd say it's better to be cold and ruthless. I am a happy medium.
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    (Original post by Amuroray)
    What?
    Oh dear.
    If you called me that to my face i would be ruthless and bash your head against a wall.

    Do me favour mate,dont quote me again,not on my level.(Tbf alot of people of tsr arent).
    And i assume that you will be bashing my head against a wall so that my brain will become as damaged as yours evidently is?

    That's just spiteful, bad boy.
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    I think I'm already a bit cold. Not really ruthless, though.

    I guess I prefer it to being overemotional.
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    cold and ruthless is better and thats what i am, im not emotional at all
 
 
 
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