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Is it wrong/pointless to scold someone for doing something "wrong"? watch

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    By "wrong" I mean something you don't agree with.

    e.g. someone you're talking with boasts about how he cheated on his girlfriend with a hot babe supemodel he met somewhere.

    If you are against cheating/infidelity, wouldn't it be right to slap him in his face or at least scold him in a very offensive way, e.g. "Shame on you, you idiot."
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    Two wrongs don't make a right :no:

    But two rights make a left. In other words, you leave him and don't speak again :awesome:
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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    Two wrongs don't make a right :no:

    But two rights make a left. In other words, you leave him and don't speak again :awesome:
    Two rights actually make a 180.

    Three rights make a left :awesome:
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    What does this mean?

    Come on guys, be serious. This is something very important.
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    Not your place to be involved, they want to make there own mistakes let them go ahead. people who generally do that wouldnt really care if you gave your opinion.
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    (Original post by Keraroboli Roko Rosae)
    By "wrong" I mean something you don't agree with.

    e.g. someone you're talking with boasts about how he cheated on his girlfriend with a hot babe supemodel he met somewhere.

    If you are against cheating/infidelity, wouldn't it be right to slap him in his face or at least scold him in a very offensive way, e.g. "Shame on you, you idiot."
    Why would you slap him? There's no need.

    I'd definitely tell him what I thought about what he'd done though.
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    (Original post by James')
    Two rights actually make a 180.

    Three rights make a left :awesome:
    that's very true :rolleyes: either way, you would still be walking away from an idiot :p:
 
 
 
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