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Tradition ísjust peer pressure from dead people.
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    • If you lack respect yes. This is why this generation is the worst.
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    • Tradition is the kindling of fire, not the worship of ashes
      Recre8 28 may
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    • Yes throw away your cultural identity because “it’s just peer pressure from dead people.” God I would actually murder a fucking tumblr user.
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    • Heres a non shitty tumbler version i made feel free to steal it with a passion
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    • Sounds like a liberal argument against conservatives
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    • This post is ironically 69% closet Nazis sucking tradition’s dick, 20% normal people explaining the value of tradition to survival, 1% people shitting on culture, and 10% people talking about the song from Fiddler on the Roof.
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    • Tradition is more than peer pressure, it’s a codified list of rules and practices that have proven most useful or beneficial to society. Traditions are important you little shits
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    • You don’t fuck with tradition
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    • Teasonan 28 may
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    • *Ancestors find something that works well* current generation 'fuck that lets just screw up and blame everything on the former generation
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    • Tradition is how you keep loved ones alive and close in memory. Unless it's something harmful, they shouldn't be so easily forgotten.
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    • “Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.”
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    • Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of the flame
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    • Tradition (farming, large families, and love) > "Progress" (trannies, child drag queens, pedophilia, obsession with material goods and sex.)
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    • “rEeeE tRaDiTIoN I nO wANt dO OLd pErSoN tHInG”
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    • It’s culture it’s identity.
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    • Tradition built this world
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    • Tradition is tradition for a reason. It works and keeps society together. But yeah, just keep up this “everything must change” philosophy and you’ll see your life destroyed. Tradition is the only way
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    • This is just how they justify their 15 abortions and Tribal African Gender Studies and Basket Weaving degree
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    • But...they...aren't your peers.
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    • This is how you destroy a culture.
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    • More like, tradition is a survival guide passed down from the non-Darwin award winning, literal people who figured out how to live long enough to reproduce, and if you follow their easy instructions, you too can not die of dysentery like Martha on the Oregon trail, who peaked when she was 4yo
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    • Tradition is human culture you pigs!
      Veal 28 may
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    • Reject moderninity, embrace tradition.
      nivlac101 28 may
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    • If you break tradition because you want to feel special, fuck you. If it's because your tradition is harmful, then sure.
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      Gp5Gamer 28 may
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    • shocking fact, i have never met someone that put bumper stickers on their car that isn't bat shit crazy
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    • Sometimes dead people know better
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    • Y’all motherfuckers can’t just take a joke?
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    • Reject Modernity. Embrace Tradition
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    • Tradition is what keeps society from turning into complete degeneracy
      Rubyest 28 may
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    • This is an embarrassing post there is really people who believe this
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    • What's to say that peer pressure can't be positive? We usually call it encouragement, but it's the same concept.
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    • Or.....its the collective wisdom of thousands of generations. I'm not saying its always right but nowadays the general idea is to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
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    • Reject modernity. Embrace tradition
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    • It isn’t peer pressure if they’re decades older than you, it’s called “peer” for a reason
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    • Do people on tumblr actually do anything but complain and make up stories. I see so much shit that makes it look like they are complete assholes to the few people who love them and are too socially incapable of forming new bonds
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    • Tradition is what is passed down to honor one’s family and those who came before us, both generically and also sometimes because of safety (this is the best way to do something without getting hurt) or just to remember where we would be if it was not for those who came before us.
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    • better destroy my family’s legacy because they’re all dead DAB
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    • Tradition is what kept people from doing dumb shit. It is thousands of years of trial and error.
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    • It’s also an effective means of organization. Abandoning tradition that isn’t inherently harmful for the sake of rebellion either makes you a retard or an edgy 13 year old.
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      BigSno0py 28 may
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    • Peer pressure from dead people? Let’s think about what we say before we say it
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    • Wrong. Tradition is the summation of older generations’ wisdom that they fought, died, and suffered to bring you. Show some respect.
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    • Or, maybe, tradition gives us all an identity outside of us and keeps us from succumbing to the existential dread knowing that our individual lives will mean nothing, but tradition gives us the illusion it lives on, so we can take comfort in it.
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    • Peer pressure is pressure by peers not elders
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    • Sounds like some Jewish propaganda
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    • Yeah well traditionally, alot of people used to die in coal mines and write folk songs about them. I guess we gotta keep that going to for ReSpecK
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    • Tradition is a broad term and you’re stupid if you say it’s all good or all bad.
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    • "Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire"
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    • Tradition is the wisdom of a thousand lifetimes
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    • If youre a piece of shit i guess
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    • If you’re retarded, yeah
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    • Tradition is not the worship of ashes but the preservation of the flame
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    • 'Trad bad' -tumblr. Why is that surprising that tumblr hates tradition
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    • Nice try goy
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    • Not all peer pressure is negative
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    • Tradition is what holds us together. Tradition isn't some forced idea, it's an idea which keeps civilizations together. Except in the U.S case where traditionalism is rejected and the U.S is spiraling into chaos.
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    • That’s so wrong it’s actually harmful to believe..
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    • History helps us remember the past while tradition helps us stay connected with the past.
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    • Only if the tradition is damaging. Like marriage or finding a life partner to be loving and loyal is a tradition but I don’t see anyone thinking that it’s a bad idea to find someone who genuinely makes you happy and you can bang them all day
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    • What are you some kind of anti conservative?
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    • Where's the dislike button?
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    • Tradition is important.
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    • Tradition is what thousands of generations have proven to work.
      SandAss 29 may
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    • Fuck this stupid post.
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    • Tradition is how you feel special about random days so they don't all just blend together, it helps you measure time and actually look forward to shit that doesn't matter
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    • Traditions can be toxic and regressive. If you don’t know why you’re doing something outside of “it’s tradition” you need to re-examine it
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    • Tradition is respecting the ways of those who came before you
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    • Tradition is tried and tested through generations. It can generally be used as a guideline to have a happy life as you get older. Peer pressure is just young people being dumb asses
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    • Some traditions are good. But many are crappy.
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    • Yeah, pick and choose so that you can get all the good, fun traditions, and leave out all the ones that are difficult but important. Never forget your roots.
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    • So your telling me that you don't like Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc.
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    • It depends. Like the caste system in India is terrible, but celebrations like Chinese New Year are good traditions to carry on
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    • Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire
      CrankDank 28 may
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    • Tradition over trend anyday
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    • Traditions without inherent positive value should be done away with.
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    • My ancestors are smiling at me imperial can you say the same?
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    • Ok like this may be true sometimes, but what if you have traditions just because they’re fun or something?
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    • Have fun in hell whoever liked this
      SamHyde 28 may
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    • Bruh my ancestors built this country b4 that I had three knights you probably hate tradition cause your ancestors where losers
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    • Sure, if you lack pride, honor, or commitment to something other than yourself. Traditions are a way to be a part of things bigger than yourself
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    • Or it’s things that have been done for thousands of years and your disrespectful bitch ass wants to destroy
      AnCrab 28 may
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    • Traditions tend to carry much needed wisdom. To dismiss them so quickly is foolish
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    • Aye, but many of those traditions serve a purpose in keeping a society alive and stable
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    • I like tradition and I also like trying new things. If those new things don't work you discard them to the "do not do" list of further Generations however if it is beneficial in good overall then you add it to your tradition
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