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#354 - Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relat…  [+] (1 reply) 09/03/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
#352 - I'm not misunderstanding, my point from the beginning was that…  [+] (3 replies) 09/03/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#353 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
Well, I want children, so that's a relationship drive for me.

But okay, you do you.
#354 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relationships with, just so you know.
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
#350 - Meh, taking risks for the sake of taking risk is stupid, if th…  [+] (5 replies) 09/02/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#351 - kyouko (09/02/2016) [-]
Youre misunderstanding, Im not saying take the risk for the pure risk itself (start doing parkour atop skyscrapers if thats what you seek), but exactly as you said. For the reward.
If thats not a good reward to you, I don't know what is. A good relationship is basically two people being one, disregarsing conflicting hobbies and such. If you find a good woman, you'll for sure feel rewarded for it.
#352 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
I'm not misunderstanding, my point from the beginning was that there is no obvious benefit to a romantic relationship over a platonic one and your argument to that was to take risks. How else am I supposed to take that? In reality I'm not arguing this point from my perspective in the first place, I'm arguing that ljxjlos or whatever isn't putting forth an effective argument against avoiding women. I personally don't need any convincing, maybe I'm special but there is literally nothing I can get from being in a relationship with a woman that I can't get without being in one. For others, you'd have to convince them that there is some benefit, but of course there isn't any real benefit aside from you feeling good about yourself for being in one, so you and everyone else will just say things like "A good relationship is basically two people being one" which really doesn't mean anything.
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#353 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
Well, I want children, so that's a relationship drive for me.

But okay, you do you.
#354 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relationships with, just so you know.
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
#348 - Yes well the argument is that false rape is a lot more likely …  [+] (7 replies) 09/01/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#349 - kyouko (09/01/2016) [-]
Sure. And my point is "take risks". Just because there is, as said, a tiny chance to stumble upon a nuthead, that doesnt mean you should ignore it all together.
#350 - mykol (09/02/2016) [-]
Meh, taking risks for the sake of taking risk is stupid, if that's really the way you live your life then you are an irrational human being. Most people only take risks when there is a significant reward, for example driving your car to work. You know driving a car is one of the most dangerous things you can do, but traveling around at 40-60 mph is a good reward. The risk of getting in a relationship is potentially ruining/wasting your life. The reward? Companionship.
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#351 - kyouko (09/02/2016) [-]
Youre misunderstanding, Im not saying take the risk for the pure risk itself (start doing parkour atop skyscrapers if thats what you seek), but exactly as you said. For the reward.
If thats not a good reward to you, I don't know what is. A good relationship is basically two people being one, disregarsing conflicting hobbies and such. If you find a good woman, you'll for sure feel rewarded for it.
#352 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
I'm not misunderstanding, my point from the beginning was that there is no obvious benefit to a romantic relationship over a platonic one and your argument to that was to take risks. How else am I supposed to take that? In reality I'm not arguing this point from my perspective in the first place, I'm arguing that ljxjlos or whatever isn't putting forth an effective argument against avoiding women. I personally don't need any convincing, maybe I'm special but there is literally nothing I can get from being in a relationship with a woman that I can't get without being in one. For others, you'd have to convince them that there is some benefit, but of course there isn't any real benefit aside from you feeling good about yourself for being in one, so you and everyone else will just say things like "A good relationship is basically two people being one" which really doesn't mean anything.
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#353 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
Well, I want children, so that's a relationship drive for me.

But okay, you do you.
#354 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relationships with, just so you know.
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
#346 - Don't see how that shows that best friends are just as risky t…  [+] (9 replies) 09/01/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#347 - kyouko (09/01/2016) [-]
Its not to show its as risky, its just to show theres a tiny bit of risk to anything. One shouldnt fear the 0,001%s, after all.

Hell, the company i work for had a stabbing incident were a coworker stabbed his apprentice, almot killing him.
#348 - mykol (09/01/2016) [-]
Yes well the argument is that false rape is a lot more likely than anything you're talking about so if you're not trying to prove otherwise you're not really making a point...
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#349 - kyouko (09/01/2016) [-]
Sure. And my point is "take risks". Just because there is, as said, a tiny chance to stumble upon a nuthead, that doesnt mean you should ignore it all together.
#350 - mykol (09/02/2016) [-]
Meh, taking risks for the sake of taking risk is stupid, if that's really the way you live your life then you are an irrational human being. Most people only take risks when there is a significant reward, for example driving your car to work. You know driving a car is one of the most dangerous things you can do, but traveling around at 40-60 mph is a good reward. The risk of getting in a relationship is potentially ruining/wasting your life. The reward? Companionship.
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#351 - kyouko (09/02/2016) [-]
Youre misunderstanding, Im not saying take the risk for the pure risk itself (start doing parkour atop skyscrapers if thats what you seek), but exactly as you said. For the reward.
If thats not a good reward to you, I don't know what is. A good relationship is basically two people being one, disregarsing conflicting hobbies and such. If you find a good woman, you'll for sure feel rewarded for it.
#352 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
I'm not misunderstanding, my point from the beginning was that there is no obvious benefit to a romantic relationship over a platonic one and your argument to that was to take risks. How else am I supposed to take that? In reality I'm not arguing this point from my perspective in the first place, I'm arguing that ljxjlos or whatever isn't putting forth an effective argument against avoiding women. I personally don't need any convincing, maybe I'm special but there is literally nothing I can get from being in a relationship with a woman that I can't get without being in one. For others, you'd have to convince them that there is some benefit, but of course there isn't any real benefit aside from you feeling good about yourself for being in one, so you and everyone else will just say things like "A good relationship is basically two people being one" which really doesn't mean anything.
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#353 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
Well, I want children, so that's a relationship drive for me.

But okay, you do you.
#354 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relationships with, just so you know.
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
#297 - Satisfied. Same feeling I get when i finish a workout or a mea…  [+] (2 replies) 08/26/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#304 - ljxjlos (08/26/2016) [-]
Satisfied is FAR from being able to describe those feelings, tho.
#329 - mykol (08/27/2016) [-]
Well you did ask me to describe how /I/ felt when i finish a good book. Pretty sure I know best how I feel when I finish one.
#272 - But I CAN describe the feeling I get when i finish a good book…  [+] (4 replies) 08/26/2016 on Playing the system 0
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#294 - ljxjlos (08/26/2016) [-]
Then do so.
#297 - mykol (08/26/2016) [-]
Satisfied. Same feeling I get when i finish a workout or a meal. The same feeling I get when a question I have has been answered completely. If you can't describe how you feel you might have problems. How could people empathize with you if you can't even empathize with yourself? lol
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#304 - ljxjlos (08/26/2016) [-]
Satisfied is FAR from being able to describe those feelings, tho.
#329 - mykol (08/27/2016) [-]
Well you did ask me to describe how /I/ felt when i finish a good book. Pretty sure I know best how I feel when I finish one.
#151 - Well you say the risk is lower but in the end, I don't know an…  [+] (17 replies) 08/25/2016 on Playing the system -1
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#345 - kyouko (08/31/2016) [-]
I know im late here, and that the article is in Norwegian. Basically, a best friend stabbed and murdered one guy and brutally injured another one. Apparently caused by a psychosis or something.

There's risk to anything in life. There's even less point to hide in your comfort zone than actually taking chances.

www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/halloween-drapet/marius-22-etter-halloween-drapet-jeg-har-mange-ganger-lurt-paa-hvordan-dette-kunne-skje/a/10077072/
#346 - mykol (09/01/2016) [-]
Don't see how that shows that best friends are just as risky to have as girlfriends... I can go find articles about women accusing dudes of false rape all day...
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#347 - kyouko (09/01/2016) [-]
Its not to show its as risky, its just to show theres a tiny bit of risk to anything. One shouldnt fear the 0,001%s, after all.

Hell, the company i work for had a stabbing incident were a coworker stabbed his apprentice, almot killing him.
#348 - mykol (09/01/2016) [-]
Yes well the argument is that false rape is a lot more likely than anything you're talking about so if you're not trying to prove otherwise you're not really making a point...
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#349 - kyouko (09/01/2016) [-]
Sure. And my point is "take risks". Just because there is, as said, a tiny chance to stumble upon a nuthead, that doesnt mean you should ignore it all together.
#350 - mykol (09/02/2016) [-]
Meh, taking risks for the sake of taking risk is stupid, if that's really the way you live your life then you are an irrational human being. Most people only take risks when there is a significant reward, for example driving your car to work. You know driving a car is one of the most dangerous things you can do, but traveling around at 40-60 mph is a good reward. The risk of getting in a relationship is potentially ruining/wasting your life. The reward? Companionship.
User avatar
#351 - kyouko (09/02/2016) [-]
Youre misunderstanding, Im not saying take the risk for the pure risk itself (start doing parkour atop skyscrapers if thats what you seek), but exactly as you said. For the reward.
If thats not a good reward to you, I don't know what is. A good relationship is basically two people being one, disregarsing conflicting hobbies and such. If you find a good woman, you'll for sure feel rewarded for it.
#352 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
I'm not misunderstanding, my point from the beginning was that there is no obvious benefit to a romantic relationship over a platonic one and your argument to that was to take risks. How else am I supposed to take that? In reality I'm not arguing this point from my perspective in the first place, I'm arguing that ljxjlos or whatever isn't putting forth an effective argument against avoiding women. I personally don't need any convincing, maybe I'm special but there is literally nothing I can get from being in a relationship with a woman that I can't get without being in one. For others, you'd have to convince them that there is some benefit, but of course there isn't any real benefit aside from you feeling good about yourself for being in one, so you and everyone else will just say things like "A good relationship is basically two people being one" which really doesn't mean anything.
User avatar
#353 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
Well, I want children, so that's a relationship drive for me.

But okay, you do you.
#354 - mykol (09/03/2016) [-]
Plenty of people have children with women they're not in relationships with, just so you know.
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#355 - kyouko (09/03/2016) [-]
I am fully aware, seeimg that I am such a child myself.
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#241 - ljxjlos (08/25/2016) [-]
That might be - belief it or not - because feeling are feelings. They ARE indescribable.

I mean, seriously. Can you explain the feeling you get from finishing a good book or seeing a beautiful landscape? You don´t have to describe this stuff just to proof it isn´t "fake happiness"
#272 - mykol (08/26/2016) [-]
But I CAN describe the feeling I get when i finish a good book, or see a beautiful landscape... more importantly I can compare them with other feelings to convey the emotions to another person...
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#294 - ljxjlos (08/26/2016) [-]
Then do so.
#297 - mykol (08/26/2016) [-]
Satisfied. Same feeling I get when i finish a workout or a meal. The same feeling I get when a question I have has been answered completely. If you can't describe how you feel you might have problems. How could people empathize with you if you can't even empathize with yourself? lol
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#304 - ljxjlos (08/26/2016) [-]
Satisfied is FAR from being able to describe those feelings, tho.
#329 - mykol (08/27/2016) [-]
Well you did ask me to describe how /I/ felt when i finish a good book. Pretty sure I know best how I feel when I finish one.
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