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PeeluckyDuckee

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Originally posted by: Deadtrees
Originally posted by: PeeluckyDuckee
Why try to understand something when most likely whatever answer comes your way you won't be content with? To understand something you'll have to open yourself up to the idea of openness, but asking why and trying to understand something that doesn't need to be asked why or doesn't require understanding in the first place shows how closed minded you are about certain things in life.

It just is sometimes. A personal choice. No need to ask why. No need for any understanding.

Understand? lol
Thanks Mr. Serious.

No problem. One irrelevant post deserves another. Why? Just because :p
 

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