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rifee

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Date Signed Up:8/29/2012
Last Login:5/24/2015
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Times Content Favorited:325 times
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    Hate it when that happens Hate it when that happens
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    Every damn time Every damn time
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    All the time... All the time...
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#357 - Wait....I thought it was common belief that R.R was a pretty … 4 hours ago on Fact comp #9 0
#8 - I'm on FJ giving green thumbs to strangers posting pictures. I… 05/20/2015 on All Hail Hypnotoad +2
#164 - This isn't even necessarily due to third wave feminism (but I … 05/19/2015 on Freudenschade +8
#622 - Is there a youtube video of this?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2015 on Truth about racism 0
User avatar #641 - niggastolemyname (05/19/2015) [-]
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#619 - I stil don't why why so many police officers in the US are cri… 05/19/2015 on Truth about racism +1
#127 - Uncultured swine 05/18/2015 on Fancy Restaurant 0
#193 - Well, being proud of the car you bought is ok, since it's all …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2015 on Don't Tread on Me 0
#194 - saxmo (05/18/2015) [-]
They kinda are your countries achievements as well. Great men who are born in your country grew up here like you did. They played in the woods and dug the earth you stand on. They celebrated the same holidays that you do and speak your language. Obviously something went right in your country for those great men to do what they did. you know the old expression "it takes a village to raise a child. Its much like that just a bit larger.
#190 - I do?  [+] (3 new replies) 05/16/2015 on Don't Tread on Me 0
#192 - saxmo (05/16/2015) [-]
why? you didnt have a choice in being a part of your family.
User avatar #193 - rifee (05/18/2015) [-]
Well, being proud of the car you bought is ok, since it's all your own achievement (mostly).
I love my family and I love my family, and yes you're right I do feel proud of my family members when they achieve something (not just by existing, anyone can do that).

for my country...well. I love it (for the most part) since I grew up here, but regarding what my country stands for or does...well that's already the default for me, since I grew up in it. Are we talking about the nature (fjords etc.) , current governmanet, culture, results from polls, lifestyle or what? I love everything about those (apart from some government things) but it's allways been part of my life. I think for me (allthough it sounds very much like a spoiled child) I'm quicker to be critical of my own country than praise it. If I'm proud of something, I need something to show for it that sets it apart from other countries, and that's unique or recent.

I'm proud that we have some famous and awesome explorers, mathematicians, Olympic medalists etc. but I don't conduse their achievements for my countrys achievements. I guess I'm just being very nitpicky on how I define pride. I still love my country very much.
#194 - saxmo (05/18/2015) [-]
They kinda are your countries achievements as well. Great men who are born in your country grew up here like you did. They played in the woods and dug the earth you stand on. They celebrated the same holidays that you do and speak your language. Obviously something went right in your country for those great men to do what they did. you know the old expression "it takes a village to raise a child. Its much like that just a bit larger.
#129 - why are you proud of something you had absolutely nothing to do with?  [+] (5 new replies) 05/16/2015 on Don't Tread on Me +1
#174 - saxmo (05/16/2015) [-]
Why do you have pride for your family? Why do you take pride in your home or your car?
User avatar #190 - rifee (05/16/2015) [-]
I do?
#192 - saxmo (05/16/2015) [-]
why? you didnt have a choice in being a part of your family.
User avatar #193 - rifee (05/18/2015) [-]
Well, being proud of the car you bought is ok, since it's all your own achievement (mostly).
I love my family and I love my family, and yes you're right I do feel proud of my family members when they achieve something (not just by existing, anyone can do that).

for my country...well. I love it (for the most part) since I grew up here, but regarding what my country stands for or does...well that's already the default for me, since I grew up in it. Are we talking about the nature (fjords etc.) , current governmanet, culture, results from polls, lifestyle or what? I love everything about those (apart from some government things) but it's allways been part of my life. I think for me (allthough it sounds very much like a spoiled child) I'm quicker to be critical of my own country than praise it. If I'm proud of something, I need something to show for it that sets it apart from other countries, and that's unique or recent.

I'm proud that we have some famous and awesome explorers, mathematicians, Olympic medalists etc. but I don't conduse their achievements for my countrys achievements. I guess I'm just being very nitpicky on how I define pride. I still love my country very much.
#194 - saxmo (05/18/2015) [-]
They kinda are your countries achievements as well. Great men who are born in your country grew up here like you did. They played in the woods and dug the earth you stand on. They celebrated the same holidays that you do and speak your language. Obviously something went right in your country for those great men to do what they did. you know the old expression "it takes a village to raise a child. Its much like that just a bit larger.
#86 - As if you people are somehow "entitled" to a game th…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/12/2015 on Quick gimplse at Star Wars:... -1
#113 - entitled (05/13/2015) [-]
nobody is somehow me, why would you say that

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