Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by catlady, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. What are you thoughts on it?
    I was never one to believe it but with the way things have been happening in my life, almost seems right.
  2. Bullshit! I've done so many nice things for people in my life and rarely have it returned.
  3. You have a loving wife, and beautiful children. :pity:
    Some men only dream of having them things. TRY AGAIN! :angry:
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  4. NO, no we don't. [​IMG]
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  5. :hmm:

    ....k! :shock:

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    ... K!!!!! *runs away for dear life!* :booker:
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  6. I'm talking about everything else
  7. :gtfo: YOU GREEDY BACON LOVING CANADIAN! It's not good enough for you to live in possibly the safest country on this planet, have a loving wife and kids, free healthcare and be up your arse with an amazing mix of culture! NO! IT IS NEVER ENOUGH FOR YOU! :angry:

  8. Fuck up pussy face!

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  9. I have a great husband and beautiful children. I don't feel they should have to give anything back to me.

    As for other people, I don't mind helping if they really need it, but don't make it a habit. I am not a faithful terrier. Do it yourself, and if you don't want to, I guess you're fucked.
  10. Perspective. A family, a home, a location that isn't Sunderland, I'd say you've been returned and more.
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  11. Families and marriage is overrated. Life ain't nothin' but bitches and money.
  12. I outright don't believe in Karma.
    I've known too many wonderful people never catch a break while awful human beings get rewarded.

    I think what a lot of people mistake as Karma, is a go getter attitude paying off.
    I don't think it's anything to do with "being good" or what goes around comes around, I think people see positive minded people achieve their dreams through hard work or lazy, malicious people only out for themselves and therefore don't succeed in life. They attribute that to Karma but it's not the same thing.
  13. I like the concept but life is too random for good and bad things to be related IMO it may make you appreciate the good times more or whatever though which is a huge positive. I like giving to other people because it's something I enjoy not because I might get it back.

    I don't think we can embed ted talks but this one is pretty eyeopening about the positives of giving to others http://www.ted.com/talks/michael_norton_how_to_buy_happiness.html
  14. Its a cute thing for good people to hold on to but if you really think there is some mysterious force out in the universe making sure good things happen to people who do good things for other and vice versa... Idk what to tell you. There is some logical and correlative things that come along with being a nice person, obviously, but it has nothing to do with 'karma'
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  15. yea, married people are always so happy
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  16. What I fail to understand is how a person can act one way to someone, completely change for the better, then years down the road, the person they acting that way towards is acting exactly like how they use to act. Doesn't even have to be the same two people though. I never bought into karma but I ponder on it from time to time.
  17. Is the yellow text you pissing on what I said? lolol

    And I didn't mean it by that but that he seems to be pretty happy. I know that not all married people are happy. Heck, there is a good percentage of the time, when you are married, you feel like crap. That can be said in any long term relationship though, not just marriage.
  18. @Champ Johnson invented the yellow sarcasm font a while back
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  19. Ah. Musta missed that.