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Old October 5, 2017, 08:48 AM
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No hugging, it was just an analogy to something far more significant
Don't hug go straight to second base, girls like boys with clear intentions.
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:49 AM
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Don't hug go straight to second base, girls like boys with clear intentions.
No second base, I'm all about the home run.

Aaron Judge...all rise
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:50 AM
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Don't get carried away ... I like the clever one liners not the disgusting / and visibly insulting ones ...

Aklemalp is trying to Say something serious ... don't get embarrassed
No insults just some friendly banter.
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:50 AM
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No second base, I'm all about the home run.

Aaron Judge...all rise
That's the spirit. Ok I am out good night guys.

Sorry in advance, If i hurt anyones feelings.
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:52 AM
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Stephen Covey, told,

1. Be proactive
2. Formulate the end of a project before starting
3. When you start do not start from half way or middle, first thing is first
4. Make sure it is a Win-Win for all parties
5. You want to make me understand something, first try to understand my perspective
6. Remember always whole can be bigger than the sum of portions
7. Do not stop learning and growing about the things you are focused to

Here goes the 7 habits of highly successful people, B+ve
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:53 AM
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That's the spirit. Ok I am out good night guys.

Sorry in advance, If i hurt anyones feelings.
Have a good night's sleep.

#positive
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:54 AM
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Stephen Covey, told,

1. Be proactive
2. Formulate the end of a project before starting
3. When you start do not start from half way or middle, first thing is first
4. Make sure it is a Win-Win for all parties
5. You want to make me understand something, first try to understand my perspective
6. Remember always whole can be bigger than the sum of portions
7. Do not stop learning and growing about the things you are focused to

Here goes the 7 habits of highly successful people, B+ve

Number 3 I feel is the main probably with todays youth, they think of something great, but do not have the integrity to see it through to the end.
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:58 AM
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Aklemalp Bhai now can please embarrass us all and tell us what's really going on . Were you hugging your mom ? And she didn't like it ? That's the ultimate hurt
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Old October 5, 2017, 08:58 AM
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Stephen Covey, told,

1. Be proactive
2. Formulate the end of a project before starting
3. When you start do not start from half way or middle, first thing is first
4. Make sure it is a Win-Win for all parties
5. You want to make me understand something, first try to understand my perspective
6. Remember always whole can be bigger than the sum of portions
7. Do not stop learning and growing about the things you are focused to

Here goes the 7 habits of highly successful people, B+ve
Thank you so much for this One World bro

Some good problem-solving strategies that can be traced back to math (Algebra).
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:00 AM
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Aklemalp Bhai now can please embarrass us all and tell us what's really going on . Were you hugging your mom ? And she didn't like it ? That's the ultimate hurt
I wouldn't like for that to happen.

In the OP, I said that I didn't wanna discuss the details of what happen. I rather would not cross the line of personal and public in this case.
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:03 AM
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Are you fat ? There are few guys I know who don't like hug from another guy ... I think it says a lot about the guy who doesn't like it ...

Ok the word is not like ... a real secured man shouldn't feel uncomfortable getting a hug from another guy ...

Regarding personal space I think it's more appropriate when a guy hugs a woman as a greeting /goodbye ..if the relationship is not close ....I find those guys very creepy .
I am not fat lol, far from it, spend more time at gym than college. The problem with many of us is we often equate divergence with being something wrong, we get behind our key boards, act shrink and try to find out deep psychological meaning behind the simplest of things. I seriously don't know how you jumped into this conclusion that just cuz I don't feel comfortable hugging people I am not secured.

Personal space has got jack squat to do with gender, I value my privacy and personal space and respect others, my girlfriend knows that, so do my friends and family . Now anyone can write a thesis on my behavioral eccentricity and get a phd online for all I care, I myself and people closed to me are more than okay with my little oddity and imperfections and that is what matters.

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Old October 5, 2017, 09:06 AM
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Are you sure, I can recommend you to a good Hindu Astrologist that can cure impotency and sexual relationships.
Not cool bro
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:09 AM
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Not cool bro
Yea, I think I realise that, didn't mean to be offensive, guess that came out wrong.

Sorry If I offended anyone.
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:15 AM
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I am not fat lol, far from it, spend more time at gym than college. The problem with many of us is we often equate divergence with being something wrong, we get behind our key boards, act shrink and try to find out deep psychological meaning behind the simplest of things. I seriously don't know how you jumped into this conclusion that just cuz I don't feel comfortable hugging people I am not secured.

Personal space has got jack squat to do with gender, I value my privacy and personal space and respect others, my girlfriend knows that, so do my friends and family . Now anyone can write a thesis on my behavioral eccentricity and get a phd online for all I care, I myself and people closed to me are more than okay with my little oddity and imperfections and that is what matters.

Have a good day

I agree with you. And have no desire to talk about your hugging habits. I actually feel disgusted reading/talking about anyones habits .

What I shared was not about you, or anything as facts... just my personal view. ?what divergence, what psychological nonsense? I write one thing, you read another.

Some ppl in beach do not like taking off their shirt despite having great body... there is a feeling of "insecurity"... nothing bad. Whereas all the fat guys go full naked. I feel that for anyone to have a particular dislike for a man hug as opposed to a woman hug has some sort of that "insecurity".. purely my opinion..

if one doesn't liked to be touched, gender shouldn't matter u said it.
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:17 AM
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Touch and hugging was just an analogy

#transcendental
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:26 AM
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I agree with you. And have no desire to talk about your hugging habits. I actually feel disgusted reading/talking about anyones habits .

What I shared was not about you, or anything as facts... just my personal view. ?what divergence, what psychological nonsense? I write one thing, you read another.

Some ppl in beach do not like taking off their shirt despite having great body... there is a feeling of "insecurity"... nothing bad. Whereas all the fat guys go full naked. I feel that for anyone to have a particular dislike for a man hug as opposed to a woman hug has some sort of that "insecurity".. purely my opinion..

if one doesn't liked to be touched, gender shouldn't matter u said it.
None of us are perfect, we are all fundamentally erroneous some way or the other, these little oddities is what makes us unique and distinctive, I think we both can agree with that and you are of course entitled to your opinion.
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:27 AM
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Touch and hugging was just an analogy

#transcendental
Exactly why I attached that 'offtopic' tag, didn't I?
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:34 AM
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Exactly why I attached that 'offtopic' tag, didn't I?
Yeah.

It has worn on

Let the positive vibes flow my friend
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Old October 5, 2017, 09:45 AM
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Be gracious. Be Humble. Be Grateful to your lord. Do not deny His favors. It is an enormous evil.

This will only help you and no one else, if you only knew. Your Lord is free of need and praise worthy.

Whatever you will be grateful for, your Lord will increase you in that. If you are grateful for your Children, He will make them pious. If you grateful for the house you live in, He can give you a better house. etc.

Have patience and try not to get angry.
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:35 PM
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Now I am confused. What is this thread all about? Is it an open ended thread? Mother of all threads?


Is it a Free therapy thread?
or is it a religion preaching thread?
Broken heart thread?
or ajaira pechal thread?
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:37 PM
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Now I am confused. What is this thread all about? Is it an open ended thread? Mother of all threads?
Somehow wanted to write something positive. But other thoughts flooded the mind.


But, you can lend some positive vibes into it. Far away from a mother of all threads
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:39 PM
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Now I am confused. What is this thread all about? Is it an open ended thread? Mother of all threads?


Is it a Free therapy thread?
or is it a religion preaching thread?
Broken heart thread?
or ajaira pechal thread?
An amalgamation of all of the above, at least that is what it looks like.
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:41 PM
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oh ok...here is my positive pitch.

if you die today, the rest of the world care less, the world will still move on.

Therefore whatever you feel like doing it, close your eye and just do it....most likely nobody will notice.
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:42 PM
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oh ok...here is my positive pitch.

if you die today, the rest of the world care less, the world will still move on.

Therefore whatever you feel like doing it, close your eye and just do it....most likely nobody will notice.
Oh yeah, real words. Facing our fears, when we are the most vulnerable.
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Old October 5, 2017, 01:47 PM
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Oh yeah, real words. Facing our fears, when we are the most vulnerable.
What the worst can happen? The worst case scenario will be she will say 'No'... may be this is not worse.... the worst that can happen is she will slap you with her sandal.

So? Life goes on, Go for the next best... or even better in next neighborhood with more motivation.... at some point you will hear the sweet word 'Maybe' with a smile and life will be a 'beach' again.
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