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"Become a feminist or there will be nobody to protect you from rape and the patriarchy".
Krav maga, common sense and I manage just fine.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
"Become a feminist or there will be nobody to protect you from rape and the patriarchy".
Krav maga, common sense and I manage just fine.
Are you a woman? I don't want to assume your gender.
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worst advice ?
Don't get overexcited
Don't dwell on your success
Don't talk to strangers
Don't love unconditionally, no conditions mean no dignity
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(Original post by leopard202)
Don't get overexcited
Don't dwell on your success
Don't talk to strangers
Don't love unconditionally, no conditions mean no dignity
sounds like you have Been through some **** but I think getting overexcited is good in some cases however in others it may be inappropriate
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''Don't apply there, it's a good uni'' - Very much insinuating that I am not clever enough to attend - I finish my degree there in a couple of months.
don't listen to whoever told you that you choose which uni to go to not them
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(Original post by leopard202)
Don't get overexcited
Don't dwell on your success
Don't talk to strangers
Don't love unconditionally, no conditions mean no dignity
Last and second one I agree with tbh, but maybe for different reasons.
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This list will mean slightly different things for different people, for me they were the worst advice according to my life events

(Original post by JasmineLLB)
Last and second one I agree with tbh, but maybe for different reasons.
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True, assume it's an appropriate situation, it's just that person's meaning behind it was that overexcitement leads to someone getting hurt, to you making a mistake and ruining it, or to a downhill spiral. They were projecting their fear of reaching a positive emotional peak and having to come down from it, having so many negative emotions and suppression that they would self-sabotage once they became too excited, as they couldn't cope with the intensity of that alien feeling

(Original post by Unknown.X2)
sounds like you have Been through some **** but I think getting overexcited is good in some cases however in others it may be inappropriate
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Keep on keeping on
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Are you a woman? I don't want to assume your gender.
Yes, I'm female.
My parents were planning to name me Fabian Erin, give me a gender neutral upbringing and then have me choose my own gender as an adult.
The master plan was decimated by my mother's great liking for disney fairytale movies which saw me named after a female character.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
"Become a feminist or there will be nobody to protect you from rape and the patriarchy".
Krav maga, common sense and I manage just fine.
I know very few women who dont self-identify as feminists
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It's not exactly up there in terms of bad consequences afterwards, but when you lose something and the advice someone gives is "try checking the last place you had it" or something like that, truly awful advice and very annoying.
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"A problem shared is a problem halved!"
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Yes, I'm female.
My parents were planning to name me Fabian Erin, give me a gender neutral upbringing and then have me choose my own gender as an adult.
The master plan was decimated by my mother's great liking for disney fairytale movies which saw me named after a female character.
Wow, that is interesting. I am not a big fan of parents who try to give their children a gender-neutral upbringing. I think it is silly and might harm the kid in the future.
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(Original post by Obolinda)
"A problem shared is a problem halved!"
Works for physical labour tbf
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(Original post by Unknown.X2)
don't listen to whoever told you that you choose which uni to go to not them
Yeah I did, I graduate this year from the uni I was told not to apply to
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(Original post by S1elyak1)
Yeah I did, I graduate this year from the uni I was told not to apply to
let's go my guy good on you
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(Original post by The Mogg)
It's not exactly up there in terms of bad consequences afterwards, but when you lose something and the advice someone gives is "try checking the last place you had it" or something like that, truly awful advice and very annoying.
yh lol 😂😂😂 or when someone asks " when did u last have them " completely useless questions lol
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"do a-levels"
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mate it is what it is...

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When I have experienced something unpleasant and people say "it is what it is" to try and help me get over it. Gosh I hate that phrase with a passion.
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