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How often do you choose wrong?q

  1. #1
    Zanick victim of incest [my p.a. supernal goa]
    Today the driver's side window slipped off it's track. I have zero knowledge of cars so pardon my ignorance if this sounds wrong to you. Anyway, I pulled into my driveway aware that precipitation is expected right around this time by most mobile-accessible weather reports, but instead I chose to drink myself to sleep. Now I'm still not asleep, but I am fairly drunk. Instead of doing the responsible thing and placing a tarp or another covering over my window to protect the car, I decided I'd rather deal with the damage in the morning. Maybe it's because I'm inadequately handling an inordinate amount of work and education related stress in my life right now, perhaps it's because I'm incompetent at handling a small degree of pressure at all or maybe I'm just an alcoholic with no deeper motivations and no viable excuse, but as I compose this thread I'm aware that I picked the shittier option. Share a time you consciously took the lesser option. What were the consequences? Did you anticipate them or were they a surprise?
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    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    There is no right and wrong when morality and ethics are not involved. Simply a cost/benefit calculation, obviously at the time your comfort in the here and now was more valuable to you than any discomfort from dealing with it in the morning.
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    dFUYS??????

    Originally posted by Japan-Is-Eternal



  4. #4
    kroz weak whyte, frothy cuck, and former twink
    Originally posted by Zanick Today the driver's side window slipped off it's track. I have zero knowledge of cars so pardon my ignorance if this sounds wrong to you. Anyway, I pulled into my driveway aware that precipitation is expected right around this time by most mobile-accessible weather reports, but instead I chose to drink myself to sleep. Now I'm still not asleep, but I am fairly drunk. Instead of doing the responsible thing and placing a tarp or another covering over my window to protect the car, I decided I'd rather deal with the damage in the morning. Maybe it's because I'm inadequately handling an inordinate amount of work and education related stress in my life right now, perhaps it's because I'm incompetent at handling a small degree of pressure at all or maybe I'm just an alcoholic with no deeper motivations and no viable excuse, but as I compose this thread I'm aware that I picked the shittier option. Share a time you consciously took the lesser option. What were the consequences? Did you anticipate them or were they a surprise?

    I think you're just a huge pussy lol common lets be real here you know I'm right
  5. #5
    Sudo Naturally Camouflaged [my hereto riemannian peach]
    It depends how you judge yourself and the consequences it has in your life. It's not binary, there are shades of gray. Like I didn't just misspell grey, it's spelled gray in Canada so I'm right even tho spellcheck says I'm wrong.

    My point is just go wit da flo which is a song by queens of the stone age you should be listening to right now. If you don't that is objectively the wrong choice to make unless you are within proximity of a sleeping child in need of rest.
  6. #6
    livingelegy African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Zanick Today the driver's side window slipped off it's track. I have zero knowledge of cars so pardon my ignorance if this sounds wrong to you. Anyway, I pulled into my driveway aware that precipitation is expected right around this time by most mobile-accessible weather reports, but instead I chose to drink myself to sleep. Now I'm still not asleep, but I am fairly drunk. Instead of doing the responsible thing and placing a tarp or another covering over my window to protect the car, I decided I'd rather deal with the damage in the morning. Maybe it's because I'm inadequately handling an inordinate amount of work and education related stress in my life right now, perhaps it's because I'm incompetent at handling a small degree of pressure at all or maybe I'm just an alcoholic with no deeper motivations and no viable excuse, but as I compose this thread I'm aware that I picked the shittier option. Share a time you consciously took the lesser option. What were the consequences? Did you anticipate them or were they a surprise?

    I've taken the shittier option every time I've been offered a choice for the past 7 years because I'm a workshy loser who only cares to drink, beat my meat, play videogames and dick around on the internet
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