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    • Aden3 12 aug
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    • Y'ALL. Don't get the degree your parents want you to get. Get the degree you want to get. In the long run, it's your life and you'll be the one most likely paying the debts back. That being said, get a degree that is realistic as well and has a job market for you to enter into.
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    • zerosober 12 aug
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    • Ok but how the studying guy on the computer without a fucking keyboard?
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    • If you’re a grown man getting bullied at work you’re just a bitch
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    • Okay but she got a 40 something, she failed, she didn’t get a C
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    • Imagine thinking that how your parents raised you has no impact on the way you react to things when you become independent.
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    • Fuck you bro!! I want my tato!!
      Joshkashi 12 aug
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    • This says alot about society
      ShitSeep 12 aug
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    • #4 no sympathy for that dude why would he work in the same field and same office as his childhood bullies
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    • Quit blaming ur parents for all your short comings. Sure maybe they could have done better, but have some goddamn accountability.
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    • First day of my bio 101 class, my 70 yo proffessor asks: "how many of you just finished highschool" 20 kids raise their hands, "now, how many want to get into medical school"? About 15 hands, "good, good, 1 or 2 of you will". some kids almost cried, best professor I've ever had
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    • Common sense and a heart stops most of these problems
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    • I was told all my life that I needed to go to college to get a good job and be successful, I dropped out after 2 years and started as a delivery driver. Now I make 52,000 to 72,000 a year. I was able to do things that I would never be able to if I stayed in college, like buy my second vehicle,
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    • Pretty ridiculous to teach your kids not to hit back or defend themselves. But I know some parents do it as well as pretty much every school system ever
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    • The don’t argue with adults one hit hard because that one is what causes shyness in a lot of people including myself. Being told your idea is stupid even though you’re a kid and are expected to not know things and being told your opinion matters even if you’re only told that because you’re young...
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    • Ok but a 46? You getting your ass beat for that. 80 is lowest acceptable grade
      Raccoozs 13 aug
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    • So I’m 19 rn, my mom wants me to go back to college because she thinks I’m not gonna go back. I told her I didn’t want to go because I hated online classes, not only that but I just don’t trust this year. My mom had 2 very fatal diseases that she survived, so her immune system is bad, I don’t want -
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    • Stop blaming your parents for everything wrong that you do, unless your mentally disabled once you turn into an adult you make your own choices, stop trying to be a victim
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    • Its not that fucking hard to understand. When you're a child, listen to your parents. When you become an adult live how you want. Its that easy
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    • Suddenly I feel really sad for people in these kind of environments. I wanna give them a hug.
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    • I got taught most of this stuff as a kid, I'm 24 and I'm having to retrain myself just because my mom and dad wanted a cooperative child. I won't do that shit to my kids
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    • All of you people don’t seem to understand what this post is trying to say. These are real issues that do occur in adults because of what they’ve been told as children. Everyone has an moment where somebody said something to them and it has stuck with that person. Have some fucking compassion.
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    • I'm not an adult. Gimme me fucking potato nigga.
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    • In conclusion, fuck growing up
      Figure 12 aug
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    • Fucking grow up if you’re gunna blame how you are on how you were raised instead of your inability to grow just stfu
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    • This might be the single dumbest post of all time
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    • Here are some tips for college: take 1-2 semester break after highschool to work and think. Make a checklist of things that you need/won't compromise on and things that you want later in life. Specific things and goals. Community college degree gives same piece of paper as uni, no employer cares.
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    • Most of those are true to a certain degree. You are making extremes. A child should be responsible (dont destroy things, work, and have chores), but they shouldnt care for the household as much as the parent or more. Some people are adequate to go to college immediately, others need more time.
      licklack 13 aug
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    • Number 3 is stupid. Yeah an A is way better than a C. You really gonna encourage your child to get a C?
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    • The don’t argue with adults one hit hard. Whenever I got mad at my parents, they yell at me for being mad at them. In a way it’s a double edged sword because I don’t really get mad much and I’m generally a happy person, but I also have trouble and am trying to work on standing up for myself
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    • The primary problem in most of these is a lack of confidence
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    • You're a dumbass adult if you grew up to not make your own choices
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    • These were things I never learned. My parents taught me that everything they did was right, and I'm just recently learning that their way of parenting was twisted and backwards and that I have a right to stand up to them and call them out on it
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    • Imagine not maturing? Gay
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    • zerosober 12 aug
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    • You shouldn’t get a part time job. You should focus on studying. If you’re at the point where you’ve written your thesis, you would have already done at least one internship. It’s required to get there. A lot of these are good though.
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    • dude okay the school/work experience thing; they dont fuckin hire you anyways. If you can survive without the job and its between your mental health or your job and or school, your health is more important. Now im not saying act recklessly and shit no im saying put yourself first but also realize
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    • So you shouldnt go to collage right after you graduate high school? Can someone explain why you wouldn't?
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    • Don't get me wrong, I love my parents, but they did every single one of these.
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    • You'll hate your job. But it's a lot better than being poor.
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    • You'd be amazed at how many of our personality traits are largely genetic and have little to do with environment (except for extreme cases like abuse and stuff). I suggest looking up Geoffrey Miller, he's an evolutionary psychologist and breaks these things down very well. You can watch him on JRE
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    • Number two is kinda dumb after you grow up you become an adult
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    • fun fact: you have free will. don’t let your upbringing keep you from YOUR future. there are many important things we learn from our parents and they do it all from love, but once you’re older, it’s all on you. it’s okay to let go of what you know in order for you to grow
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    • Helicopter parents. I'm sorry some of y'all had to grow up like that.
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    • What parent says not to help people or get a job?
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    • zerosober 12 aug
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    • Of all the whiny anti-traditionalist bullshit. Each one of these is good and proper; the "outcomes" illustrate inherent character flaws or individual psychopathology, not poor advice. You can make ANYTHING seem bad by concocting unlikely extreme scenarios.
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    • If no one in your company has a degree, I’m going to be concerned. At least a business degree minimum
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    • Ok some of these r just stupid or make no sense. In the #2 he is an adult. And #6 he hates his job. He probably ended up there bc of the degree he got not bc he decided to go to college right after high school. its better to go to college straight out of high school if u r plannin on college at all
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    • To be fair, a 46 is a bad grade
      UmbraLupi 12 aug
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    • I went into college right after graduation. Worst mistake of my life. I ended up thinking I wanted to be an animator without any time to think of something else, skipped classes constantly until eventually I just stopped going and dropped out. Now I have a legitimate interest in cooking >
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    • Don’t fight but always hit back, and hit to win
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    • But...but I’m not an adult
      CutieLuu 12 aug
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    • Mind what your parents say, for their advice comes from experience and love for you. But also keep a close ear on that inner voice inside, times change and only you have the power to put yourself on the right track.
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    • Some of these have a point, but most of them are either stupid or bitchy.
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    • My parents wanted me to go to medical school (as if we could afford that) or something of the sort, something "prestigious". When I started going to college for criminal justice and told them I wanted to be a cop/deputy/investigator, they lost their shit and did everything they could to (1/2)
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    • ok the whole grade argument is kinda unique. As a parent you should not lose sleep over your child getting a C because it is a decent grade. But, you should also encourage them to try and do better. I don't care how "bad" you think you are at school, I believe everyone has the ability to suceed
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    • When I was in 10th grade, I took an engineering class. I drew up something for a project that took me about 40 hours total to perfect. Somehow I got a D even though the project was for creativity. That was 7 years ago. Last year or maybe the year before, something was released that got millions. 1/2
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    • Living for yourself is the closest happy you will ever reach
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    • You are just as responsible for how u grow up as your parents... if you’re a teen and you can’t make good decisions, figure something out cuz ur sure as hell not gonna change when ur an adult
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    • Everyone is dealt a certain hand, it ultimately is up to you on how you play them. I don't care what anyone says your career is going to be most of your life unless you got family support. Work on it study it breath eat and sleep that shit. Cool you're good at doing drugs, how's that bankruptcy goin
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    • This is why parenting makes me nervous. Even the slightest mistake and your kid is changed forever
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    • Everyone else’s fault except yours logic
      The_Power 13 aug
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    • Ok but what does the potato mean?
      Urbanxx 13 aug
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    • Holy Shit! It’s Me.
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    • 3, 4, 6, and 7 were drilled into me. 1 was never a thing because we were taught the exact opposite- to make do with what we had. I'm currently a college sophomore going for an accounting degree because it's "easy" to me (number crunching) but not sure if it's what I want to do. In all honesty I want
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    • No, my parents definitely wanted me to get a part time job as soon as I was able to, which I did.
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    • yeah a c is shit
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    • I fucking love this meme
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    • I don't have a potato...
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    • Or, don’t take life advice from a meme on iFunny. You’ll end up better than everyone else on here
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    • An unfortunate reality is #4 with some millennials
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    • RickaRim 13 aug
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    • Somebody else must’ve posted a potato already
      Bogfoor 13 aug
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    • I'm tired of people trying to run my entire life. My whole childhood I sat down and shut up like you told me and now I have to waste my entire young adulthood getting fucked by some inept and greedy college. Nobody cares about what *I* want out of *MY* life.
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    • This reminds me of a book called Extreme Ownership. It was written by 2 US seals, who wanted to help people understand how to take responsibility and make decisions that aren't impacted by the harm or ineffectiveness of the people around us.
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    • My parents told me I couldn't live with them if I wasn't enrolled after senior year. No option to work instead. I flunked all my classes and impulsively joined the army(got hurt and sent home). Here I am 2 years later finally wanting school on my own choice.
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    • When life gives you lemons YOU make the lemonade not your parents or friends but you .. Its your lemons and its up to you to make it lemonade it can be sweet it can be sour and it doesn't matter but at the end of the day its your lemonade your glory your blood sweat and tears and your way of life
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    • Tfw no potato 😢
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    • Moral of the story is lean on your excuses, your upbringing was not perfect therefore you aren’t responsible for yourself, and it’s always someone else’s fault that you have flaws
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    • One thing I absolutely hate hearing parents say(And I was told this and REGRET LIKE HELL that I listened and did this) is “don’t worry about what you want to do as a career too much yet, you’re still a kid” that’s bull. If I knew what I wanted to do earlier on, I would’ve planned it out better1/2
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    • okwhy 12 aug
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    • Way ahead of you
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    • I'm teaching my daughter, never start a fight. But if someone hits you finish the fight
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    • Some of these are good. Some of these are autistic
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    • Potato mentioned, 9gag alert!!!
      platoq 12 aug
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    • #4 is the reason we see so many dumbasses out there
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    • This reminds me of this kid. You can zoom in on the video and center it like you would a picture on this app.
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    • If you’re a full time student you shouldn’t have a part time job. Also if you’re getting a degree in something relevant a part time job at Starbucks will mean relatively nothing to your employers, to gain experience get an internship or if you’re a stem major you can also do research.
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    • I would definitly want my kid to get a C. We try so hard to shape kids into formal suits type people instead of letting them take in the world. You only get to see the world as a kid once. After that its a fight to ignore what adults see.
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    • This is how liberals raise their kids
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    • The amount of projection here is astounding.
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    • Gender studies majors wya 💪🏼
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    • I only dont relate to #1,
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    • fuck u i want a degree bitchass
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