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How dumb self harming is and how it would fuck up my entire life. Dreamed of going into the marine corps since I was a little girl and now I can't because of one mistake I made years ago. I can't go into any branch of the military. I can't even be a cop.
On a high level, I truly didn't grasp the breadth and depths of the DIFFERENCE between how men and women think and perceive things. It's a natural tendency to assume that everyone else has similar priorities and perspectives to your own, but I know now how wrong I was.
To give a more specific example, I didn't understand why being a "nice guy" was so bad. Most women are terrible at communicating the "why" and "why not" of this issue, and what's worse, they often CONFIRM incorrect perspectives instead of CORRECTING them, by saying they want a guy to be nice or that they appreciate a nice guy, but without explaining how THEY define that term (which is very different from how *I* defined it then).
If I had only understood what women REALLY wanted in a man (confidence, a decision-maker, him to take the lead, etc.), I'd have likely done far better with women in my teens and 20s. Looking back, I did FAR better than I had any right to (mostly a combination of the girl being more understanding or of her being a rare exception, along with pure luck, rather than any skill or game on my part), but I still had lots of confusion, angst, loneliness, and frustration during that time.
That both Yahoo and Google were going to be a HUGE event and I would have invested in both the companies.
Pick chemistry in high school. Go hang out more with your friends one day they might live too far for it.
That even though she smiles for the camera, my girlfriend is hurting, and won't let me help. I'm locked out of that because of how she was treated in the past by others, which isn't my fault, but I bear the punishment for it. I'll take it because I can, and I'll stand by her, but it hurts knowing there's nothing I can do to change the past.
I really wish I would've known that marriage such a big commitment. It is actually so big that it can turn your life into something 10 times worth it.
On the other hand it can end your chance in life completely forever.
Invest in Google.
Not to sell my first house
I shouldn't have dropped the soap 😳
Bought a company.
The mark schemes of previous exam papers
Not to put up with chicks who are bitches just because they look good. I would have had more self-esteem...
Not to kill a girl on the first date
Stop searching for women. Just go your own way and avoid the feeling of being rejected or never noticed by women. You will have a much happier future.
I wish I knew that we wouldn't really have flying cars, hoverboards, and auto-drying jackets by the year 2015.
So sad. :(
That you don't have to be in a relationship and try to stay together. I wish I realize that you can walk away anytime you not happy. It's ok to try again with someone new or walk away from things you want to give up.
Maths is actually useful.
Penises are smaller in real life. 🍆👀😂
I guess that there is a difference between a crush and a love and that these crushes are wastes of time.
The winning Powerball numbers for January 13th :)
Right at this moment: to have used condoms last time I had sex
Just because you get good grades, doesn't mean you never have to revise, study, do homework or concentrate. Just because you get good grades, doesn't mean you can skip classes and just turn up for tests/exams.
People are assholes.