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about people or school or life or anything really

personally i've never heard of mgtow or nihilism until tsr
i didn't know what russell group universities were either

i think i've learned a lot about white people too and the north because i feel like i live in a closed off bubble

i believe most people have similar views on topics but everyone here is so diverse about they say. most of you are not politically correct and y'all often disagree with each other on a lot of issues which i find particularly interesting

also i think i'm more politically aware. i've always cared about issues in america but now i understand British issues in more depth

wbuuu or do you feel like the relationships forum is lowering your IQ?
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Well, the sixth formers has ‘taught’ me that the university you go to is either going to make or break you.

Then the adults come in and tell me that’s not the case.

The law forum is wonderful. A few helpful users providing their tips and advice.

Yes the relationship forum is quite something...
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That there are loads of absolute flannels in our generation, and why the older generation doesn’t like us.
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Other people's opinions. Some have changed my own.
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TSR enhanced my procrastination skills
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Nothing.
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(Original post by RazzzBerries)
Other people's opinions. Some have changed my own.
for example?
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Nothing.
One of the most helpful users on the law forums. Yet he has gained nothing from all his contribution.

Such a giver
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Too many things to list, have been here pretty much every day for 3 years.
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One of the most helpful users on the law forums. Yet he has gained nothing from all his contribution.

Such a giver
When you know everything, there's nothing left to learn.
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I learnt from TSR:

That A*A*A* is not a good grade
That everyone wants to be a neurosurgeon
That £4.02 is actually a lot of money
That most people are virgins

That...'s it for now

/sarcasm
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(Original post by ecolier)
I learnt from TSR:

That A*A*A* is not a good grade
That everyone wants to be a neurosurgeon
That £4.02 is actually a lot of money
That most people are virgins

That...'s it for now

/sarcasm
PRSOM - this is so funny because it's so true
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(Original post by rainclouds-)
about people or school or life or anything really

personally i've never heard of mgtow or nihilism until tsr
i didn't know what russell group universities were either

i think i've learned a lot about white people too and the north because i feel like i live in a closed off bubble

i believe most people have similar views on topics but everyone here is so diverse about they say. most of you are not politically correct and y'all often disagree with each other on a lot of issues which i find particularly interesting

also i think i'm more politically aware. i've always cared about issues in america but now i understand British issues in more depth

wbuuu or do you feel like the relationships forum is lowering your IQ?
Really good thread.

For me, it's that simplistic generalisations about 'young people' are entirely worthless. There are some fantastically well-informed, intelligent and thoughtful TSRians. Equally, there are some Grade A snowflakes who think the world revolves around them. Just like any other group of people, in fact.

I've also learnt to not take TSR as in any way representative of the general population. Specifically:

  • In TSRland, a grade C/4 is a 'failure'. Get two grade 4s, and you're likely to end up on the tills at Tesco.
  • Your whole life will be dictated by your GCSE grades
  • If you've done a BTEC or any other sort of vocational qualification, then you're a joke to be pitied.
  • There are really only two universities worth mentioning: Cambridge and Oxford.
  • There are really only two careers worth mentioning: Law and Medicine.
  • There is only one real troll: TTingtox.

...and plenty more
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ppl spend insane amounts of time on here
whats that we only have an extremmely limited time on earth well better d;ick around of tsr chatting chit for hours
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Don’t laugh but before I joined and I joined in 2015, I didn’t know British ppl Hated Islam so much. I thought it could only be Americans. I would always see the Americans debate on YouTube about how they hate Muslims and then I was proud of being British until I joined this site. Don’t know why I thought that. Also thought British ppl were hella innocent. Tsr exposed me to the hate in this country
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Don’t laugh but before I joined and I joined in 2015, I didn’t know British ppl Hated Islam so much. I thought it could only be Americans. I would always see the Americans debate on YouTube about how they hate Muslims and then I was proud of being British until I joined this site. Don’t know why I thought that. Also thought British ppl were hella innocent. Tsr exposed me to the hate in this country
I think your will find most of it is disliking the religion not nessesarily the people themselves
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(Original post by Rainfall)
Don’t laugh but before I joined and I joined in 2015, I didn’t know British ppl Hated Islam so much.
Really? I thought this was commonly known!
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Jack sh*t
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(Original post by Jono*)
I think your will find most of it is disliking the religion not nessesarily the people themselves
don’t really agree with that but ok
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I’ve learnt certain people have very active imaginations.
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