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Re: It's okay to be you..

by Hyp81 Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:05 pm

Ivo wrote:People should not care so much about what other random people think about them or about what they do.

I agree. Whatever your interests or hobbies, enjoy them, and to hell with what other people think about them. It's your life-- enjoy it to the fullest!
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Re: It's okay to be you..

by 3DSStrider Sun Jan 06, 2013 1:22 am

When you admit to watching Power Rangers or Transformers and toy collecting in high school, no one cares about you retrogaming.
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Re: It's okay to be you..

by visual_death Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:02 pm

I guess the most I ever got was about comic books. (not manga)
I would bring marvel comics into work to read them during break/lunch and every time a coworker first saw me doing that, she (99% were girls) would say "Are you reading a COMIC??" and would give a weird look or say "I don't know anyone that isn't a kid who reads comics."

....I was like "Yeah, comics are AWESOME." It didn't put me down one bit that someone was looking negatively upon what I liked/collected.
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