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I am the stereotypical gamer - introverted and passive. I only react to people's aggressive behaviors when my safety is at stake. For example when a person gives me a death stare for no reason than his antipathies towards me I usually simply ignore it and act like I'm not noticing it, it is also because I don't like any kinds of conflicts and violence. Apart from school, in my adulthood there have been only two people who made me rage and one of them was my dad, he was a very special person who could anger even the most patient and soft people but I concur.

Sometimes when I encounter assholes and don't react to their sh*t, I come home and start pondering and even have violent fantasies of yelling at them and beating them up which is unhealthy. I want to learn to start reacting little by little, for example I fantasize of telling them 'That's ok, I don't like you either' or something like that, na mean.



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People who don't take shit get hurt and die. Reacting to the antics of obvious assholes is one of the stupidest thing one can do. Head down, no eye contact and you'll be fine.



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I can only imagine someone walking by you blinded by the sun with you thinking he gave a death stare. Thus you going home thinking evil thoughts on him.



There was a documentary film released in 1998 named Dirty Work, in which the central was theme was about taking crap from people. Check it out sometime. I think Vivster is on the right track with his comment. As far a your fantasies about getting revenge.....IDK if that's necessarily a bad thing. It could be kinda therapeutic. You seem to feel it's unhealthy though, so I suppose you're on top of that.



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COKTOE said:
There was a documentary film released in 1998 named Dirty Work

I'm on it, thanks :)



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No, absolutely not. Working in retail ensures that. Words are the mightiest weapon and I am very sly with how I use mine. Not everybody is worth it though.



m0ney said:
COKTOE said:
There was a documentary film released in 1998 named Dirty Work

I'm on it, thanks :)

It was actually a comedy starring Norm Macdonald....But that taking crap is a theme is true! It's even in the opening monologue.



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Can't really think of any times any strangers have given me any crap. There was one guy who was just like glaring at me on the train once, probably a racist, but eh, it's no big deal if that's all he's doing.

I get crap all the time from friends, but I also give it back plenty too. That's just friendly banter.



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