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#279 - Before this "Elitist Asshole" thing gets further out…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/06/2012 on Title +4
User avatar #369 - bchewey (09/06/2012) [-]
BUT
Ps3 has better graphics than Xbox.
Xbox people- "they are the same, nothing is different!!"
Actually, PS3 is capable of 1080p resolution which is the most modern one out there, while the Xbox has 720p.
I'm not showing hate towards anyone, just stating facts.
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#302 - anonymous (09/06/2012) [-]
I alternate between a PC and PS3 at home and i never leave without my amazing ds or gba if im playing a gameboy game. Stop making assumptions about PC gamers man.
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User avatar #301 - ferralone (09/06/2012) [-]
Don't care for anyone's opinion's on either platform. Don't start up a war here
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#21 - Picture 09/04/2012 on Feels of feel +1
#19 - THE TAGS 09/04/2012 on Feels of feel +1
#32 - I actually tried this on some girl on my floor in my… 09/03/2012 on FB Hackers +1
#155 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 09/02/2012 on Melanistic Animals +2
#190 - zerodate (09/02/2012) [-]
Nope
#148 - Niggaur is not amused  [+] (4 new replies) 09/02/2012 on Melanistic Animals +12
#152 - zerodate (09/02/2012) [-]
Its a leopard not a jaguar.
#155 - ferralone (09/02/2012) [-]
#190 - zerodate (09/02/2012) [-]
Nope
User avatar #154 - metajunky (09/02/2012) [-]
niggard
#280 - It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult. 09/01/2012 on Nice guys 0
#278 - I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/01/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#275 - Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and co…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/01/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#272 - First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level cla…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/01/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#161 - I fall under this category. But I am a freshman in College.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/01/2012 on Minecraft birthday cake 0
User avatar #169 - unlimitedsmoof (09/01/2012) [-]
Freshmen in High School. What I'm saying is only people < 14 use it.
#266 - College.  [+] (8 new replies) 09/01/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - And shit, I just said I would post again. 08/31/2012 on Nice guys 0
#260 - Which is exactly what I said; using yourself as an example can…  [+] (11 new replies) 08/31/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #265 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
Answer me this and be completely honest. I am in no way trying to make fun of you at all but what grade are you in? High school? Middle school? College?
User avatar #266 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
College.
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
And shit, I just said I would post again.
#229 - This is the last post I'll be making on this, because it's tur…  [+] (13 new replies) 08/31/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #237 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I was using myself as an example.
User avatar #260 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Which is exactly what I said; using yourself as an example can paint you as an ass, for one. Also, using yourself as an example (Assuming it's totally true and you aren't filled with overconfidence) only demonstrates an exception, and give no ground to argue against the broad generalization i made.
User avatar #265 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
Answer me this and be completely honest. I am in no way trying to make fun of you at all but what grade are you in? High school? Middle school? College?
User avatar #266 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
College.
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
And shit, I just said I would post again.
#183 - I, infact, do have a disorder (And many more than you would ex…  [+] (15 new replies) 08/31/2012 on Nice guys 0
User avatar #186 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I'm sorry but that's bullshit. I'm neither beta nor a total douche. (though some would disagree but internet opinions don't matter) I'll admit that I avoid fighting or insulting someone to a point but never am I "walking on broken glass". The world isn't automatically over if you accidentally say something insulting. If you hurt someone's feelings then you fucking apologize and get on with your life. Like I said, I don't fight or insult people IRL unless it is completely necessary to get a point across and this situation is very rare. It's not hard to be alpha and not a douche. Just have self-confidence and be willing to defend whatever you love. No non-desperate girl wants to be with a pussy.


Also "Alot" isn't a word.
#229 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
This is the last post I'll be making on this, because it's turning into an argument I do not like.

You keep circumventing around what I am saying just to prove your original point; you keep stretching my words and making sound like I'm making assumptions about you, or saying that there are no exceptions. So stop. You just keep repeating the same statements about yourself, and to be brutally honest, it sounds to me like you are not totally confident about either being nice or alpha; whether this is conscious or subconscious, I don't know, but it doesn't matter. Your letting bias enter your argument (Which you are basing entirely around yourself) and it isn't helping you at all.
User avatar #237 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I was using myself as an example.
User avatar #260 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Which is exactly what I said; using yourself as an example can paint you as an ass, for one. Also, using yourself as an example (Assuming it's totally true and you aren't filled with overconfidence) only demonstrates an exception, and give no ground to argue against the broad generalization i made.
User avatar #265 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
Answer me this and be completely honest. I am in no way trying to make fun of you at all but what grade are you in? High school? Middle school? College?
User avatar #266 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
College.
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
And shit, I just said I would post again.
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User avatar #181 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
It's really not difficult at all unless you're just socially inept. In that case it's more of a disorder.
User avatar #183 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
I, infact, do have a disorder (And many more than you would expect do).

But that aside, this all depends on your definition of "Nice". Alot of guys who claim to be both "Nice" and alpha aren't really nice, they just are not a total douche. The people that are nice at heart and don't want to fight or insult anybody are pretty much always walking on broken glass (In their head) when they speak and try not to be super overbearing or sarcastic at the risk of insulting people. Just food for thought.
User avatar #186 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I'm sorry but that's bullshit. I'm neither beta nor a total douche. (though some would disagree but internet opinions don't matter) I'll admit that I avoid fighting or insulting someone to a point but never am I "walking on broken glass". The world isn't automatically over if you accidentally say something insulting. If you hurt someone's feelings then you fucking apologize and get on with your life. Like I said, I don't fight or insult people IRL unless it is completely necessary to get a point across and this situation is very rare. It's not hard to be alpha and not a douche. Just have self-confidence and be willing to defend whatever you love. No non-desperate girl wants to be with a pussy.


Also "Alot" isn't a word.
#229 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
This is the last post I'll be making on this, because it's turning into an argument I do not like.

You keep circumventing around what I am saying just to prove your original point; you keep stretching my words and making sound like I'm making assumptions about you, or saying that there are no exceptions. So stop. You just keep repeating the same statements about yourself, and to be brutally honest, it sounds to me like you are not totally confident about either being nice or alpha; whether this is conscious or subconscious, I don't know, but it doesn't matter. Your letting bias enter your argument (Which you are basing entirely around yourself) and it isn't helping you at all.
User avatar #237 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I was using myself as an example.
User avatar #260 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Which is exactly what I said; using yourself as an example can paint you as an ass, for one. Also, using yourself as an example (Assuming it's totally true and you aren't filled with overconfidence) only demonstrates an exception, and give no ground to argue against the broad generalization i made.
User avatar #265 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
Answer me this and be completely honest. I am in no way trying to make fun of you at all but what grade are you in? High school? Middle school? College?
User avatar #266 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
College.
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
And shit, I just said I would post again.
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User avatar #177 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
It's not impossible to be nice and an alpha. It's called not being a pussy and having self-confidence.
#193 - anonymous (08/31/2012) [-]
Being alpha implies not being nice. to be alpha, you can't be nice. You can have times when you are nice, but in general an alpha male is not a nice male. That's how nature works. Male lions don't get to be alpha by being nice.
User avatar #223 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
>Comparing humans to lions
>implying alpha means asshole
>Obvious butthurt beta is obviously butthurt
#259 - anonymous (08/31/2012) [-]
I'm comparing humans to lions because it's the same basic principal of nature and the way we act. Being alpha implies being on the "top of the list" or food chain or whatever you want to call it. It's just not possible unless you are aggressive. I've never heard of a nice aggressive person or animal, have you? I don't need to compare humans to anything else to tell you this, though I thought maybe it would help more. Obviously it didn't.
User avatar #264 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
You can be assertive without being aggressive. You don't have to be aggressive to be alpha. As I said before, just don't be a push-over and be willing to defend what you love. It's not a hard concept.
#179 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Which is why I called it difficult for many. Nowhere did I say impossible.
User avatar #181 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
It's really not difficult at all unless you're just socially inept. In that case it's more of a disorder.
User avatar #183 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
I, infact, do have a disorder (And many more than you would expect do).

But that aside, this all depends on your definition of "Nice". Alot of guys who claim to be both "Nice" and alpha aren't really nice, they just are not a total douche. The people that are nice at heart and don't want to fight or insult anybody are pretty much always walking on broken glass (In their head) when they speak and try not to be super overbearing or sarcastic at the risk of insulting people. Just food for thought.
User avatar #186 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I'm sorry but that's bullshit. I'm neither beta nor a total douche. (though some would disagree but internet opinions don't matter) I'll admit that I avoid fighting or insulting someone to a point but never am I "walking on broken glass". The world isn't automatically over if you accidentally say something insulting. If you hurt someone's feelings then you fucking apologize and get on with your life. Like I said, I don't fight or insult people IRL unless it is completely necessary to get a point across and this situation is very rare. It's not hard to be alpha and not a douche. Just have self-confidence and be willing to defend whatever you love. No non-desperate girl wants to be with a pussy.


Also "Alot" isn't a word.
#229 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
This is the last post I'll be making on this, because it's turning into an argument I do not like.

You keep circumventing around what I am saying just to prove your original point; you keep stretching my words and making sound like I'm making assumptions about you, or saying that there are no exceptions. So stop. You just keep repeating the same statements about yourself, and to be brutally honest, it sounds to me like you are not totally confident about either being nice or alpha; whether this is conscious or subconscious, I don't know, but it doesn't matter. Your letting bias enter your argument (Which you are basing entirely around yourself) and it isn't helping you at all.
User avatar #237 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
I was using myself as an example.
User avatar #260 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Which is exactly what I said; using yourself as an example can paint you as an ass, for one. Also, using yourself as an example (Assuming it's totally true and you aren't filled with overconfidence) only demonstrates an exception, and give no ground to argue against the broad generalization i made.
User avatar #265 - Pink Floyd (08/31/2012) [-]
Answer me this and be completely honest. I am in no way trying to make fun of you at all but what grade are you in? High school? Middle school? College?
User avatar #266 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
College.
User avatar #271 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
What year? Please be honest. It doesn't work if you're not.
User avatar #272 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
First year, though I technically am taking Sophomore level classes for my majors.
User avatar #274 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
And I assume you just started this week/last week/next week?
User avatar #275 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
Week 3/4 right now, though I've taken a summer semester and concurrent enrollment before, so it's technically just my 3/4th week adjusting to dorm life.
User avatar #277 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
Alright. Sorry it's taking so long to get the point across XD I think you'll be surprised/glad to notice that college is very different than high school. I'll go ahead and agree that you're correct about "alpha" males in high school being assholes. There's something about college though that changes all of that. You still have your push-overs and you still have your assholes. However, there is this sort-of middle class developed. In this range you'll find a multitude of friends and definitely some romantic interests. This is my 3rd year at my University and I don't want to assume all colleges are the same but if you join clubs and make new friends with similar interests you'll definitely find yourself with more confidence. You'll be able to not be a "beta". I'm going to admit that I'm wrong in admitting that I am an alpha. But at the same time I'm not a "beta". What I mean by this whole post is that there is, as I said before, a "middle-class" if you will. Something between beta and alpha. I'm going to give credit to my girlfriend for that one too because it was actually her idea that I put into words. But yeah, you seem like a pretty nice person and someone who can definitely come out of your shell so to speak; in college. It might not happen your first semester (surely not in a summer semester). Because you're on funnyjunk it's safe to assume you enjoy Internet culture and possibly video games. My school has a pretty cool club called the "Nerd Network". It's full of people that would have at some point considered themselves "beta" but as I said before, it's a community of people with similar interests. Everywhere will have assholes and everywhere will have push-overs. I think I can speak for both of us in saying that we wouldn't want to be considered either. Just check out what your school has to offer and I'm positive you'll gain quite a bit of self-confidence and classify yourself as a "balpha" beta-alpha thing.
User avatar #278 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
I have noticed a difference; and agree people are quite a bit more mature about things, and can be both nice and alphas. I still feel the super alpha types tend to be asses without realizing it, but its much more balanced.

However, I put the Nice+Alpha into two categories: Those who are alpha, but do their best to be nice; and those who are nice and try to be alpha.
The latter has the more difficult time of the two; nice who try to be alpha are entering into a confusing territory with strange rules and things that don't seem to add up; the best comparison i can think of is someone trying to learn English as a secondary language; the rules are strange.

Those who are more naturally alpha and focus on learning to be nice are entering into an area with more defined and general rules; knowing what is insulting to most or many is easier than knowing the right times to flirt.

Hope this better explains my point of view on this.
User avatar #279 - Pink Floyd (09/01/2012) [-]
In Highschool I was the nice guy trying to be alpha. When I came to college it actually flipped. My roomate is actually the same way. When I met him my 1st year he was really shy and never really left his room. Now he's going out with friends and has a girlfriend as well. I'm not saying the flip will happen to everyone though. It gets easier though if you're put into a situation where you're encouraged to be social. College is all about that. It's more life-skills than High school. Honestly looking back I consider High school a joke. It's said that it's the best years of your life by people but I disagree. College has definitely been the best. But it does depend from person to person.

So yeah I see your point and I agree with it. I think we both agree that you can be nice and alpha at the same time. It may be hard for some and easy for others. Super alpha is a different story. Sorry if/when I insulted you earlier.
User avatar #280 - ferralone (09/01/2012) [-]
It's fine. It was much more frustration than insult.
#261 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
And shit, I just said I would post again.
#173 - anonymous (08/31/2012) [-]
I don't have a hard time doing it
#175 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
Then I commend you sir.
#172 - ArmanG (08/31/2012) [-]
>being a nice guy and alpha is hard
gtfo

alpha is being as nice as you need to be
#176 - ferralone (08/31/2012) [-]
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User avatar #358 - nopresident (08/30/2012) [-]
No, no you shouldn't....

That would just give them reaon to take further action. Teenagers doing things like that is the reason schools are so uptight about guns these days.
#319 - anonymous (08/30/2012) [-]
as satisfying as that would be, i don't think it would solve anything, and would only further aggravate the situation. i think that the protesters will give these dickwads enough hell for all of us; trust me this situation will be taken care of without our intervention.
#357 - ferralone (08/30/2012) [-]
Of course it wouldn't solve anything; they just need to feel my wrath

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User avatar #6 to #4 - ferralone (08/15/2012) [-]
I got a motherfukin pretzel mang. It doesnt get more badass than that, right?!?!?

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Holy shit. You see that motherfucker? It's an apple. Not no puss ass yummy apple, the real mother fucking deal. Real items don't need no fancy art or rare value,you just gotta be as useful and badass as this red little fucker!

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Thanks, it was the only item of yours that I needed.
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