August 31, 2012 |
In: Post Secret
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#1 I think you need to grow up a little
The respect I have for someone who is multilingual diminishes significantly when this knowledge causes the size of their ego to inflate.
#13 You aren't the only one!!
haha same here
#12 I totally understand.
#1 I think you need to grow up a little
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Mmmmmmmmm…..men in uniform. Me gusta.
Yoynare all missing the point of post secret. To release a secret without care of being judged.
Don't judge others because they sim differently than you
There's nothing wrong with commenting on them. Don't get your panties in a twist.
They don't know we're talking about them….it's a secret. A Berry secret.
I agree with JeepGirl, I've said it before, and I'll say it again…People post their secrets to get things off their chest, not to be judged by a bunch of people they have never met before.
Do I agree with these people? Not always, To each their own.
P#2, it happend to me except he was a rebound for fun, nothing serious. These havr been the best years of my life.
I am a believer but am completely against the church and any religion. Totally understand.
i go for my mom
#11 I thought the exact samething but then when he walked through that door and we've been together for over a year with plans to get married.
#4 you should definitely think about getting out. I did, and those slow sundays that I have all to myself (or with friends) are the best! and if they love you back they will respect your choice
#4 I completely understand…
THESE WERE BORING. JUST SAYIN'
#1 We had two students transfer from Russia to our school. They were originally from Africa (Zimbabwe, I think?) and spoke at least three languages besides English. And they would talk about you right in front of you. I remember I was walking to gym with a friend and we both heard our names, so we turned to look to find the two guys looking right at us, laughing. We stopped and asked them if they were laughing at us, and of course they "were talking about homework for math" Yeah. Sure. When we walked away, they started laughing again. It was rude and irritating.
Also, I have a friend who grew up in Veracruz, Mexico. She was learning to speak English, so her mom wouldn't let her speak Spanish at school. As a result, no one knew she spoke any Spanish, so one day these two (really horrible) little girls in her class were talking crap about her in Spanish right next to her. She turned around and told them off in Spanish and both were so shocked and embarrassed that they got up, left and were "sick" the next day.
Talking about someone in another language doesn't make you superior. It makes you rude and a coward.
I'm fluent in 5 languages and get by in another two.
I've helped so many people who would not have been able to communicate their worry or problems. And I've shared a laugh in the most unexpected situations!
I will never understand why someone would use such a blessing and privilege to show their disregard for themselves.
I didn't even go to my graduation, (I hated high school) but I really don't care about glees graduation either.
I was super proud of my boyfriend at his though, he was so handsome in his cap and gown
#11 True for me. No doubt about it.
#7 same here. <3
#4 I go to church regularly just to take my mother in law and I'm a %100 non believer, thought I was relatively alone on that one
Because I'm a woman.
Phenominal woman, that's me.
(part of Phenominal Woman by Maya Angelou ).
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