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tone77 tone77 41-45, M 12 Answers Feb 4 in Health

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Meh...I don't worry about fitting in. I fit I not my own little corner of the world and that is good enough for me.

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*fit into....

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I do find it difficult. I'm not poor by any measure but I'm just not into buying a whole lot of things. I like to spend my money on experiences. Like in a few weeks I'll be off to Japan for a ski holiday. Can't wait!

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I hear you there. Some of my co-workers laugh at me because I drive an old, crap car, and eat ramen noodles everyday. Yet I have traveled all over the world, while most of them have never been anywhere.

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I'm not materialistic nor do I feel the need to fit into society. I do not understand this obsession with money and having an easy carefree life. That's not the kind of life I want - I want to be challenged and tested; I want to take something ordinary and turn it into the extraordinary; I want to preach love and kindness; I want to be the kind of person that I know is living the life I was meant to.

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Well, all the commercials are telling you to buy this, do that; but I don't watch TV. Once I learned what message where they giving, I just stoped caring about all that, and I just work enough to get the money to the things that I really want or need. I only change my cellphone once he dies, or I lost it, and always the cheaper one (like 2 to 3 year per cellphone). And I don't even like those things! My family forced me to have one xD

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No the society has a hard time understanding and accepting the fact that i am not like them....while i laugh my *** off

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I would say YES

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Ive no desire to.

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I got caught up in for a while. Good thing for me the economy went to sh!t and I lost EVERYTHING. That'll teach me.

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No, I still like nice classic things which makes flashy trendy things pale.

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I guess poor people appear too.

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