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    (Original post by ThePricklyOne)
    My regrets:

    Signing up to TSR - yes it should count, 'coz its ruining my life...wah.....:bawling:

    Keep an exploitative friendship longer than I should've (shudda dumped the f*cker)

    Not doing STEM earlier - when everyone, even astrologer/psychic, said I should.

    Learning a musical instrument when young - now I can't play sh*t. So jealous when my mates invited me to their recital where they played cello, violin and piano.
    why do you regret signing up to tsr, whats so bad about it|?
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    1) you inferred I was calling your friend a con. I posed the question if he is. There is a different.

    2) you assume i'm a progressive because...?
    1st q ---The word 'con' came up from you. Why doesn't another description come up first? Therefore, in your mind you've already formed the association: astrologer/ psychic = con.

    2nd q ----because this kind of attitude comes more from the Progressive / Liberal side than he Right, but I'm open to being wrong.
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    (Original post by CraigBackner)
    why do you regret signing up to tsr, whats so bad about it|?
    LOL already answered. Because it helps me procrastinate which is really BAD when I have assignments/exams to study for....
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    (Original post by ThePricklyOne)
    1st q ---The word 'con' came up from you. Why doesn't another description come up first? Therefore, in your mind you've already formed the association: astrologer/ psychic = con.

    2nd q ----because this kind of attitude comes more from the Progressive / Liberal side than he Right, but I'm open to being wrong.
    Does your friend charge people for any of his services?
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    Nothing, I wanted to do a lot, but never had the money to do so. I would've done a hell of a lot more if my parent could've afforded it.
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    The year 2016 was so replete with bad decisions that it's basically one big regret. Wish I could start over.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Does your friend charge people for any of his services?
    I don't think that's relevant.

    If someone is not falsely advertising their services or setting out to trick people into handing over their life savings / inheritance, I don't see a problem.


    A builder charges people, and its only wrong if the customer is being ripped off / builder hasn't done the work paid for.

    In some cultures, astrologers are paid to provide services at weddings and funerals, and also celebrations (like when someone gets a new job, have a baby etc.).
    Tell me why some people feel they have the right to control how other people choose to live their lives?
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    My second relationship.

    I lost a lot of myself to that person, and now more than 3 years on I still don't feel the same. It damaged me in a lot of ways.
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    For giving up music and singing. I got accepted into a prestigious music course after secondary school and was only one of 4 singers that made the group and I gave it up due to stupid bullies in my group bringing me down. I know now I should have just sucked it up and realised they were shallow and maybe even a tad bitter but I didn't see that at the time and instead, bought into what they said about me and believed it. I've barely sang since.
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    So where i grow up we had these like kid weddings -it's as stupid as it sounds. BUt at the age of 7 I married some girl called Becca. I regret not kissing her after putting the haribo ring on here. I just kinda hugged her awkwardly :/
 
 
 
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