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I'm thankful that I haven't fucked it all up, yet.

Just gotta keep that going and I'll be good.



Trump is our president
To live in the USA
My family
A job that allows me to travel around the USA.




Not being an American on a Friday in November.



 

I'm thankfull for memories of loved ones i always carry with me.
I'm thankfull for the struggles that made me a better person.
I'm thankfull for unexpected kindness whenever i have forgotten it existed.
I'm thankfull for the beauty of simple things.

Edit: I'm thankfull for Death Stranding 2 in 2022,thanks Kojima!



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We don't do Thanksgiving here in Australia, but there are many, many things I am thankful for in my life; having a roof over my head, clean water to drink, enough food to eat, enough money to live comfortably and even afford luxuries like games, an amazing supportive family and friends, living in a country with universal health care so that my current health crisis hasn't given me any money problems, and especially at the moment my little helpers clonazepam, risperidone, efexor, and neurofen. XD



super_etecoon said:

Thursday, November 28th is Thanksgiving Day in the US, Canada, Japan, and Germany as well as a few others.  

I know there is some controversy regarding this holiday, as with all holidays, but I would love for all of us to take the time to celebrate the spirit of this day.  We all spend a lot of time wishing for this or complaining about that, but this day is a day of acceptance and appreciation. So what are you thankful for?  It could be gaming related, or hobby related, but it could also be something on a more personal level.  No thread is without its share of snarkiness, so I'm assuming we'll get a few of those responses as well. 

Hope you're all able to spend the day with your families and enjoy a warm, home cooked meal.  I'm only responsible for bringing rolls and stuffing, so that would be the first thing I could say I'm thankful for.

And you?

Nothing. I don't like mankind, I don't like earth, I don't even like the universe, I think it's stupid, it's just big and does nothing, at least nothing at our time scale. I didn't ask to be alive and I am not asking to eventually die so I really don't have to thank anyone for anything... Or anything for anyone!

But if you absolutely insist I say something positive, I could say I'm glad TV's and video games exist, I love video games and also some shows on Netflix. But should I thank the idiots that invented Netflix and video games? Hmmm I don't know, maybe I should... BUT I WOOOOOON'T !!!



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I'm in the zone, don't bother me!

CrazyGamer2017 said:
super_etecoon said:

Thursday, November 28th is Thanksgiving Day in the US, Canada, Japan, and Germany as well as a few others.  

I know there is some controversy regarding this holiday, as with all holidays, but I would love for all of us to take the time to celebrate the spirit of this day.  We all spend a lot of time wishing for this or complaining about that, but this day is a day of acceptance and appreciation. So what are you thankful for?  It could be gaming related, or hobby related, but it could also be something on a more personal level.  No thread is without its share of snarkiness, so I'm assuming we'll get a few of those responses as well. 

Hope you're all able to spend the day with your families and enjoy a warm, home cooked meal.  I'm only responsible for bringing rolls and stuffing, so that would be the first thing I could say I'm thankful for.

And you?

Nothing. I don't like mankind, I don't like earth, I don't even like the universe, I think it's stupid, it's just big and does nothing, at least nothing at our time scale.

And what would "something" be?



Thanks.



mZuzek said:
CrazyGamer2017 said:

Nothing. I don't like mankind, I don't like earth, I don't even like the universe, I think it's stupid, it's just big and does nothing, at least nothing at our time scale.

And what would "something" be?

Indeed because it never stopped doing something since the conception,so i also wonder what he views as "something".