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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7067326
anytime I have anything significant put away, I have to tap into it to fix my car or something, though. Takes months to earn $1k and a second to spend it when crap hits the fan.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7067326
I'm saving more than that, but it won't be long before I spend it all
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Raxin · 3 years ago on quote 7067326
Ah, yeah, that's an error of our language not containing enough words. Sometimes it's hard to think what we don't have a word for. I used to do the same thing you did until I realized I needed two words for my money so that I could think about it correctly. I started calling my two types of money "savings" and "storage". Storage is the temporary money to collect until it's big enough to buy something you want. It's OK to spend that. Savings is the money you actually keep. You're only allowed to spend your savings on something that keeps the value, such as real estate, stocks, or other investments. You need to save 10%. You can store and spend the rest.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7067326
anytime I have anything significant put away, I have to tap into it to fix my car or something, though. Takes months to earn $1k and a second to spend it when crap hits the fan.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7066812
If only that were the case in retail. No one wants to take the time to train a manager so they can act so disgusting and get zero repercussions. Where I work, literally no one lasts more than 3 months because my manager chased them away. But they don't find that concerning.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7064214
Lmao, same 😂
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7064245
Thank you. I did not have cake but I did have ice cream with chocolate liqueur drizzled on top, which was so much better haha
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7064245
Thank you. It was great
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7062745
Ahhh, the tag was supposed to be"messed up situation" but idk what happened. I'm so ungraceful.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7062745
I was put off sleep for like over an hour to write this crappy thing. (My iPhone randomly deletes sentences and paragraphs and it's annoying but I was so irritated I started over.)
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7061961
That's exactly how it was for states with me. Everyone learned in 4th grade, except my teacher didn't want to teach us them because he said it was a next year thing. Keep in mind my class in elementary school was cut into two because for some reason there was double the amount of kids for my grade. Fast forward to 5th grade, we are playing geography bingo and half of the students are confused because we didn't learn it while the other half had because they had a different 4th grade teacher the year before. She was throwing at fit and blaming us, saying it was something we should have learnt already, and then said she refused to teach us because it wouldn't be fair to the other students who already covered it. It's such bs. States come up more than poetry in everyday life.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7061961
Most definitely
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7061517
I just am a petty person that gets bothered over the littlest things that involves her lol I just think if somone is gonna boast about their baking skills and say they should own a cupcakery, they should at least make their own batter or frosting
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I try to talk about it a lot without people getting too annoyed. I've posted screenshots with his entire name included from facebook where he admitted to it (and then took it back.. again.. yet I'm the untrustworthy one because I didn't say anything until awhile after the fact.) I actually want to get a restraining order, because of stalking, but I feel like that is a huge waste of time going to authorities for because there is too many ways they can spin it back on me by "provoking" it.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
You didn't provoke anything. You're just trying to keep yourself safe and recover from a traumatic ordeal.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Pretty much. It's a bunch of "we can't do anything until something happens" and then "we can't do anything until there is concrete proof" and even then it's "well.. I mean, you could press charges.. BUT they are a promising kid with a bright future.. do you really want to be responsible for ending that??" So slimey
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Lmao. He jeopardized his own ''bright future'' when he chose to do something that could potentially affect someone else's. People need to stop giving sympathy where it's completely unwarranted and undeserved and instead direct it where it is, TO THE F.UCKING VICTIM.
I'm so sorry that they aren't giving your case the compassion and attention it deserves, but do not be intimidated or discouraged into silence. Don't be tricked into thinking you're wrong or unfair or guilty of anything. You have the right to talk about what happened to you and who was responsible. Screw your police department and screw him.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I try to talk about it a lot without people getting too annoyed. I've posted screenshots with his entire name included from facebook where he admitted to it (and then took it back.. again.. yet I'm the untrustworthy one because I didn't say anything until awhile after the fact.) I actually want to get a restraining order, because of stalking, but I feel like that is a huge waste of time going to authorities for because there is too many ways they can spin it back on me by "provoking" it.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
You didn't provoke anything. You're just trying to keep yourself safe and recover from a traumatic ordeal.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I was going to report it, but the cops here are.. nkt very sensitive towards this kinda thing. My cousin was r.aped at prom one year, and the cops met her at the emergency room, and specifically told her not to report. I feel it was actually more of a threat, like "he's a well liked boy with a promising future and ties to the community.. you're a girl that had s.ex for the first time, regretted it, and now crying r.ape. you will regret reporting.." That was all the night it happened, at the hospital, where they could have gotten evidence. My evidence a year later is a text that says "sorry bout the r.ape."
Also: I never got the notification that you replied back, baaahhh.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
That's so f.ucked up. Law enforcement is just as disgusting as perpetrators sometimes.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Pretty much. It's a bunch of "we can't do anything until something happens" and then "we can't do anything until there is concrete proof" and even then it's "well.. I mean, you could press charges.. BUT they are a promising kid with a bright future.. do you really want to be responsible for ending that??" So slimey
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Lmao. He jeopardized his own ''bright future'' when he chose to do something that could potentially affect someone else's. People need to stop giving sympathy where it's completely unwarranted and undeserved and instead direct it where it is, TO THE F.UCKING VICTIM.
I'm so sorry that they aren't giving your case the compassion and attention it deserves, but do not be intimidated or discouraged into silence. Don't be tricked into thinking you're wrong or unfair or guilty of anything. You have the right to talk about what happened to you and who was responsible. Screw your police department and screw him.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I try to talk about it a lot without people getting too annoyed. I've posted screenshots with his entire name included from facebook where he admitted to it (and then took it back.. again.. yet I'm the untrustworthy one because I didn't say anything until awhile after the fact.) I actually want to get a restraining order, because of stalking, but I feel like that is a huge waste of time going to authorities for because there is too many ways they can spin it back on me by "provoking" it.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
You didn't provoke anything. You're just trying to keep yourself safe and recover from a traumatic ordeal.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
nah, nothing like that. it's more of a she puts the blame on herself, but also not really that either. she blames herself for letting the guy get away with it. plus just the fact that it happened is upsetting for her? I think she has had a bad history with men, so that is probably why. it's like, she doesn't blame me for that, but I feel like it is my fault that she drinks then- so it kinda is my fault. Idk, that might not make sense.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
It is not one bit your fault. You never asked for something so s.hitty to happen to you. Nobody asks for r.ape. Your mom probably does feel guilty that she couldn't protect you, as is a mother's duty, but we don't always have control over life's turn of events. This was out of her control and yours as well. You both have to understand this in order to be rid of the burden of self-imposed responsibility; alcohol won't do it. The only person at fault is the person who did this to you. You do not have to, and should not, by any means, let him get away with it, either. You couldn't stop it from happening to you, but you can stop it from possibly happening to a few others at the hands of this sick individual. Reporting something like this isn't easy, but what is right and necessary isn't always easy.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I was going to report it, but the cops here are.. nkt very sensitive towards this kinda thing. My cousin was r.aped at prom one year, and the cops met her at the emergency room, and specifically told her not to report. I feel it was actually more of a threat, like "he's a well liked boy with a promising future and ties to the community.. you're a girl that had s.ex for the first time, regretted it, and now crying r.ape. you will regret reporting.." That was all the night it happened, at the hospital, where they could have gotten evidence. My evidence a year later is a text that says "sorry bout the r.ape."
Also: I never got the notification that you replied back, baaahhh.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
That's so f.ucked up. Law enforcement is just as disgusting as perpetrators sometimes.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Pretty much. It's a bunch of "we can't do anything until something happens" and then "we can't do anything until there is concrete proof" and even then it's "well.. I mean, you could press charges.. BUT they are a promising kid with a bright future.. do you really want to be responsible for ending that??" So slimey
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
Lmao. He jeopardized his own ''bright future'' when he chose to do something that could potentially affect someone else's. People need to stop giving sympathy where it's completely unwarranted and undeserved and instead direct it where it is, TO THE F.UCKING VICTIM.
I'm so sorry that they aren't giving your case the compassion and attention it deserves, but do not be intimidated or discouraged into silence. Don't be tricked into thinking you're wrong or unfair or guilty of anything. You have the right to talk about what happened to you and who was responsible. Screw your police department and screw him.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
I try to talk about it a lot without people getting too annoyed. I've posted screenshots with his entire name included from facebook where he admitted to it (and then took it back.. again.. yet I'm the untrustworthy one because I didn't say anything until awhile after the fact.) I actually want to get a restraining order, because of stalking, but I feel like that is a huge waste of time going to authorities for because there is too many ways they can spin it back on me by "provoking" it.
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pearlescent* · 3 years ago on quote 7059797
You didn't provoke anything. You're just trying to keep yourself safe and recover from a traumatic ordeal.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7058076
were* holy crap I can't do anything right today haha
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7058076
Ugh, > < where what was SUPPOSED to be in the quotation marks
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7058076
were* holy crap I can't do anything right today haha
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7057921
AHHHH, THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! ❤
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7053840
Well, I mean it all worked itself out by now. Haven't been in much pain since.
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Dishonored* · 3 years ago on quote 7057291
You're welcome :)
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