I never do this voluntarily, but when my 'fake friend(s)' bug me, even tho they can rarely make me feel happy or better, sometimes just probing their minds in a subliminal fashion can prove to be worthwhile for me.

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so you can remember the value of real friends

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NO point, leave it and be happy

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wish someone would of told me that when i was 19

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It's too bad we haven't tried any methods to replace religion in teens to help them take things a little more seriously and start to establish some values. Religion is the absolute wrong way to go about it, but there's no denying it works, in mostly wrong ways. The religious love me when they first meet me, I'm loyal, I listen to everybody, I don't act crudely around people that don't like it, I treat people equally. That is until they find out I want to destroy religion, then they cast me out like a leper. <br />
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Teenagers don't understand how important friends are, they waste them over stupid things. Teenagers don't have any values at all, let alone things as sophisticated as loyalty or honor or equality. They normally don't attain those characteristics unless they've been indoctrinated by some god bothering morons.

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shut up.. no one even said anything about religion genius.. you are the moron

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Not a bright one.

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There lies the point! Hope you're wiser now.

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i just dont like people

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practice for the fake adults of your future

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I think you should try to be self-motivated

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