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jd_1138

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    Nintendo Wii, NES, Atari 2600 & 7800, Mattel Aquarius, Sega Genesis, ColecoVision, science fiction, horror, comics, reading, cooking.
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  1. Don't you love it when you call out an inconsiderate arsewhole for their crappy behavior, and then they try to turn it around onto you. "Now you made me feel bad", he said instead of a simple "sorry". Um, you should feel bad or better yet don't be an arse in the first place.

    1. x=usr(1536)

      x=usr(1536)

      I've had people give similar replies in the past when I've castigated them for <insert reason here>.  My response has usually been something along the lines of, "yes, that's a normal reaction to being called out for inappropriate behaviour.  The next step is contrition."

    2. KaeruYojimbo

      KaeruYojimbo

      Yep. It's been my experience that most of the time when you call someone out for acting like an a-hole, their response is to call you an a-hole for calling them an a-hole (even if you didn't literally call them an a-hole). Sometimes they even do it preemptively. I was riding my bike home from work a couple of years ago and a guy ran a red light and almost hit me. Before I said anything he screamed "Hey moron! Watch where you're going!" at me.

    3. CPUWIZ

      CPUWIZ

      I rather be called whole assed, than half assed. :P

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