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shikaz

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Age: 23
Date Signed Up:3/18/2010
Last Login:9/24/2016
Location:Sweden
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#56 - We men are really weak aren't we? I mean, we can act …  [+] (1 reply) 06/26/2016 on Play To Lose, AND Pay To Lose +6
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#130 - whitelapras (06/27/2016) [-]
thanks man. hopefully things get better
#387 - Of course there's going to be a backlash from leaving EU, it i…  [+] (2 replies) 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 1 -3
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#388 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
"why should I give you sympathy for digging your own grave?"
Please explain how I dug my own grave. I was a Remain campaigner. I did as much as I could to stop this happening.
Also, I live in Scotland. We voted to stay in. The English dug our grave for us.

I've lived in the real world for 23 years mate. I've worked two jobs to keep my head above water, I've scraped together money for my own education. Worrying about my future in the wake of this crisis has literally nothing to do with social justice.
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#391 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
I like I said in my comment; "Granted, you might not have voted yes, but why should I care? "

Yes, it sucks that Scotland got dragged into it, but so what? It's still "part off" UK.

"Real world" isn't having to work hard to scrap money for education, most people have done this, including me.

What I mean by naive of the "real world" is you've never had any life changing decisions being made for you; like the vote, you have no way of chancing in by yourself, all that you really can do, once it's done, is let is run its course. You tried, but it failed, so you whine about it, which is understandable, it's fine to do so, I've done so too, before, however this "crisis" wont kill you, nor will it affect you later in life to such a degree that you will remember it as a "horrible, unforgettable" event in your life, I can almost guarantee this.

And it does have to do with social justice, when you said that people would feel "unwelcome". Being a bit SJW isn't bad though, if it isn't just overly ludicrous.
#382 - Yes, it's gross, but why should I care? If he wants to us…  [+] (4 replies) 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 1 0
#386 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
Sure, what happens in the long-run is uncertain. But the way things are going right now, it's not looking good. The pound has dropped to a 30 year low, by 7am on the day of the result the UK economy lost over £255bn (that's the equivalent of 40 years' worth of EU contribution). People lost a fifth of their pension funds overnight. Our credit rating dropped from stable to negative. Farage, Hannan, Johnson, all of these people have already backtracked on promises they made to Brexit voters - no £350mil/year to the NHS, likely no drop in immigration. The list goes on and on and on and on.

It's nice that you couldn't care less. It's nice that you're "glad someone has finally taken a shit on EU's face" when over here, some of us are already feeling the effects of what's happening. My university is going to lose millions per year in funding, just as I'm beginning a research postgrad degree. My boyfriend is Hungarian; he's going to have to apply for a visa and even if it's accepted he, and many of my other EU friends, feel incredibly unwelcome in this country with the outcome of the vote.

But yeah, it's nice that you don't give a fuck. Guess it's easy when it doesn't affect you, huh.
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#387 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
Of course there's going to be a backlash from leaving EU, it isn't a surprise, people have been saying this way before the vote.
I'm myself not really a fan of UK leaving either, in a way, since it will affect me with import taxes and such if I want to buy anything from UK, but it's only money, small inconvenience in my life.

Please, why should I give you sympathy for digging your own grave? Granted, you might not have voted yes, but why should I care?

I have no relation with you, nor anyone from UK. Shit happens, and whining over it is useless. You're not going to die, geez.

Regarding your boyfriend and friends, as you said, just apply for a visa. It's a small inconvenience. No country has any obligation to make anyone feel "welcome" in their country, being cordial is nice and all, but why should anyone "need" to be so?

You sound really naive of the "real world", or as others label it: "SJW".


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#388 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
"why should I give you sympathy for digging your own grave?"
Please explain how I dug my own grave. I was a Remain campaigner. I did as much as I could to stop this happening.
Also, I live in Scotland. We voted to stay in. The English dug our grave for us.

I've lived in the real world for 23 years mate. I've worked two jobs to keep my head above water, I've scraped together money for my own education. Worrying about my future in the wake of this crisis has literally nothing to do with social justice.
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#391 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
I like I said in my comment; "Granted, you might not have voted yes, but why should I care? "

Yes, it sucks that Scotland got dragged into it, but so what? It's still "part off" UK.

"Real world" isn't having to work hard to scrap money for education, most people have done this, including me.

What I mean by naive of the "real world" is you've never had any life changing decisions being made for you; like the vote, you have no way of chancing in by yourself, all that you really can do, once it's done, is let is run its course. You tried, but it failed, so you whine about it, which is understandable, it's fine to do so, I've done so too, before, however this "crisis" wont kill you, nor will it affect you later in life to such a degree that you will remember it as a "horrible, unforgettable" event in your life, I can almost guarantee this.

And it does have to do with social justice, when you said that people would feel "unwelcome". Being a bit SJW isn't bad though, if it isn't just overly ludicrous.
#367 - You know why I hate EU? Because they banned snus here in Finla…  [+] (7 replies) 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 1 +1
#400 - kathar (06/25/2016) [-]
Im in austria and always hoping that I get my snus when i order it. Because that tabacco lobby banned snus here, so people smoke cigarettes and they make more money. But im in an army sniper cant smoke only snus.
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#375 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
"I have to drive 12 hours to fuel my brother's gross addiction and for that reason I'm glad that another country is being completely fucked over"

gg
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#382 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
Yes, it's gross, but why should I care?
If he wants to use snus, smoke or whatever, it's his decision, not mine. This applies to many "substances" besides snus.

So what if a "another country is being completely fucked over", EU involves a lot of countries and their decision making isn't the best nor smartest, but UK choice in leaving is still uncertain if it's bad or good, only the end results will show for that.

I have no interest in politics, I'm a very self-interest centred person, as long as something doesn't afflict me, I'm good. It this a bit ignorant?
Yes, but seriously I couldn't care less whatever happens with any country, including my own. As long as I'm alive, got clothes, roof over my head and something to eat, I'm fine.
#386 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
Sure, what happens in the long-run is uncertain. But the way things are going right now, it's not looking good. The pound has dropped to a 30 year low, by 7am on the day of the result the UK economy lost over £255bn (that's the equivalent of 40 years' worth of EU contribution). People lost a fifth of their pension funds overnight. Our credit rating dropped from stable to negative. Farage, Hannan, Johnson, all of these people have already backtracked on promises they made to Brexit voters - no £350mil/year to the NHS, likely no drop in immigration. The list goes on and on and on and on.

It's nice that you couldn't care less. It's nice that you're "glad someone has finally taken a shit on EU's face" when over here, some of us are already feeling the effects of what's happening. My university is going to lose millions per year in funding, just as I'm beginning a research postgrad degree. My boyfriend is Hungarian; he's going to have to apply for a visa and even if it's accepted he, and many of my other EU friends, feel incredibly unwelcome in this country with the outcome of the vote.

But yeah, it's nice that you don't give a fuck. Guess it's easy when it doesn't affect you, huh.
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#387 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
Of course there's going to be a backlash from leaving EU, it isn't a surprise, people have been saying this way before the vote.
I'm myself not really a fan of UK leaving either, in a way, since it will affect me with import taxes and such if I want to buy anything from UK, but it's only money, small inconvenience in my life.

Please, why should I give you sympathy for digging your own grave? Granted, you might not have voted yes, but why should I care?

I have no relation with you, nor anyone from UK. Shit happens, and whining over it is useless. You're not going to die, geez.

Regarding your boyfriend and friends, as you said, just apply for a visa. It's a small inconvenience. No country has any obligation to make anyone feel "welcome" in their country, being cordial is nice and all, but why should anyone "need" to be so?

You sound really naive of the "real world", or as others label it: "SJW".


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#388 - iateapenguin (06/25/2016) [-]
"why should I give you sympathy for digging your own grave?"
Please explain how I dug my own grave. I was a Remain campaigner. I did as much as I could to stop this happening.
Also, I live in Scotland. We voted to stay in. The English dug our grave for us.

I've lived in the real world for 23 years mate. I've worked two jobs to keep my head above water, I've scraped together money for my own education. Worrying about my future in the wake of this crisis has literally nothing to do with social justice.
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#391 - shikaz (06/25/2016) [-]
I like I said in my comment; "Granted, you might not have voted yes, but why should I care? "

Yes, it sucks that Scotland got dragged into it, but so what? It's still "part off" UK.

"Real world" isn't having to work hard to scrap money for education, most people have done this, including me.

What I mean by naive of the "real world" is you've never had any life changing decisions being made for you; like the vote, you have no way of chancing in by yourself, all that you really can do, once it's done, is let is run its course. You tried, but it failed, so you whine about it, which is understandable, it's fine to do so, I've done so too, before, however this "crisis" wont kill you, nor will it affect you later in life to such a degree that you will remember it as a "horrible, unforgettable" event in your life, I can almost guarantee this.

And it does have to do with social justice, when you said that people would feel "unwelcome". Being a bit SJW isn't bad though, if it isn't just overly ludicrous.
#91 - Not that long ago, 4 months.  [+] (1 reply) 03/11/2015 on (untitled) 0
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#92 - greatsofa (03/11/2015) [-]
Oh god yeah not that long. Mine was.. a year ago next week. yaaay
#88 - Thanks, I'm much better now, don't really know how I feel real…  [+] (3 replies) 03/11/2015 on (untitled) +1
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#90 - greatsofa (03/11/2015) [-]
How long ago was it for you? Ahh thanks, that's really nice of you
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#91 - shikaz (03/11/2015) [-]
Not that long ago, 4 months.
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#92 - greatsofa (03/11/2015) [-]
Oh god yeah not that long. Mine was.. a year ago next week. yaaay
#81 - Glad that it worked out for you two. She was drunk too, which …  [+] (2 replies) 03/11/2015 on (untitled) 0
#83 - broorb (03/11/2015) [-]
Yeah, that's fair. It's a tough lesson to learn that when you fuck up, your job is to apologise and wait, literally nothing else. No defense. No correction. You fucked up. Deal.

Wow, insane. I'd love to try kick boxing if I had the time.
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#87 - shikaz (03/11/2015) [-]
Yeah, it's fun. I don't really prefer a style over the other, I just enjoy sparring, but it's a great martial arts. I'm currently mostly train at home and occasionally go to my local kick boxing gym, since it's currently the only form of martial arts around me, so I can highly recommend it.
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