on 07:14PM at Jan 17th, 2009
I don't hate 'fake' people, in fact, i feel very sorry for them. Imagine how lonely they must feel, the new friends they make will know them by the fake impression they put on, there friends or family wont know the real them, only the mask they wear. If we enjoy our lives and have no reason to live another or pretend to live another, we have no right to judge or hate other people for it. Just because they do something we do not approve, does not mean we can hate them. Once again, i must stress out... the pitty i feel towards them. They need help, someone to talk to.
I fell in love with a fake, i got to know the mask... sure, i was angry and upset... confused, i didn't really know that person. Was a scary thought but i still talk to him. He haven't changed, should i hate him? he twisted the truth about his life, should i pitty him? instead, i forgive him. I cant forget, but i will forgive, who am i to judge?
on 09:40AM at Nov 11th, 2009
of course i kno fake people..n so many ppl r fake in my school...tht they hav made a group...n they r all fake..!!!...they find a particular way to behave ..tht is y keep distance frm such ppl..
on 05:10PM at Aug 16th, 2010
DontWantThis, we are all entitled to judge people whatever way we like as long as we back ourselves up properly. I don't think hatred is really meant in the title of the group, but some fake people are pretty contemptible individuals. A lot of the fake people I've encountered know what they're at and to be honest, I have no sympathy for someone who resorts to backstabbing and gossiping as a means of boosting their own egos. There is a certain point where personal responsibility becomes very important and the very second the "fake friend" has an agenda or in some other way displays contempt for the integrity of friendship, that's when it becomes foolish to ignore the festering issue.
Of course, not all fake friends are harmful, but that doesn't mean we're not allowed to identify them; some people simply want to boast and brag about how great they are, normally out of insecurity. This in itself is really relatively benign, but if it becomes a means to a lack of loyalty and outright fickleness, then I'm afraid the friend in question only has themself to blame when they're found out.
Now don't get me wrong; I don't want a crusade. If a person is just a little shallow, then I'll at least be civil to them. Fake friends generally have several very undesirable qualities on top of simply being in it for themselves - I've observed this first hand and there are few social affairs more frightening than seeing a lovely person being manipulated by a fake friend. It is therefore a social responsibility that we at least are aware who is a real friend and who is not - because if we put our trust in the wrong people, we are liable to see just how wrong that trust was. Sympathy is shown to those who are simply misunderstood. Someone who deliberately acts in a fickle manner doesn't deserve sympathy. If someone has a problem with our judgements, they're more than entitled to debate the matter with us; otherwise we risk letting ourselves down.
on 07:54AM at Jul 19th, 2011
So its ok to be fake and hurt people as log as you have a "valid reason" then? Lol
they shoouldnt have done what they did in the first place.
Or if it was out of their control, they should create something positive from it, and not something ****** up.
how do you even know if they are really showing themselves to you if theyre fake? lol
fake people will go through anything to keep someone from thiking bad about them. I know, i used to be fake.
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