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Recent Posts

Subject: Re: Unpopular opinions?

Forum: Unpopular opinions?
Thanks for all your replies!

Eddie- I've never seen them, but that thought has crossed my mind too. I think mostly because of just how many movies there are, I feel like they keep remaking them. I think my opinion counts a little less than yours because I haven't seen them though. I do get worried of a movie's quality when they make like 20 sequels!

Five- Ah, I can understand that. I don't think it's heartless of you. I think the fact that you're keeping him and not giving him away says a lot about how kind hearted you must be!

Erin- I totally get the worries with admitting you like anime. I watched it as a younger teen but never got into it because I've always been shy, and worried people would judge me, especially because I had friends who were very into it that were teased. My boyfriend's showing me the entirety of Dragon Ball Z now and I have to say I'm a fan. Now that I'm older and don't care as much I may have to check out other series! I don't get the weird stigma it has. It's just animated shows, why should that make it weirder than watching Sponge Bob? Keep enjoying the things you enjoy, don't let people teasing you make you stop watching what you like :)

-Elissa

Subject: Re: Quantity vs. Quality-What's your preference?

Forum: Quantity vs. Quality-What's your preference?
Hi Kathy!

I think of myself as a volume eater (so quantity over quality) however I think that's changed since I started watching what I eat. I've found that large meals make me feel very sick. So, while my answer last year would have been quantity all the way, I have to say my current answer is quality.

When it comes to brand or ambiance though? I'm less concerned with quality there. We buy the cheap water bottles so what brand varies based on what store we go to. I've also eaten at really scummy hole in the wall places that have delicious food, so I have to say as long as the kitchen is clean I'm okay with broken booth seats and poor ambiance. Similarly, as long as my water is clean I'll drink any brand!

-Elissa

Subject: Re: Most Important Quality In Your Partner?

Forum: Most Important Quality In Your Partner?
Hi Song,

I don't want to talk much about my current boyfriend because I'd worry about having all my feelings online. That said, the most important qualities for me in a partner are honesty, humor, and kindness. I'm thankful my boyfriend has all those qualities. I think like you said, you need to have authenticity to have a good foundation for a relationship. Kindness is important to me because I'm a bit too kind, to a fault. So, I'd do poorly with a guy who looked down on people who were self-sacrificingly (I don't think that's a word) kind. And humor, because while I can be serious when necessary, I'm a big fan of letting loose, laughing, and having fun.


The qualities I dislike, in a nutshell are dishonesty, immaturity, and thinking way too highly of oneself. I have no patience for any of those. I had been dating a guy once and was quickly put off any future dates after hearing him be rude to our waitress and watching him wave her off throughout our meal. Similarly, if someone is on a completely different maturity level than me (and like I said, I like to be silly and have fun) I would quickly lose interest in them as a partner. Dishonesty is mainly because I've been lied to before and would hate to build up my trust and have that broken.

Have a good weekend!
Elissa

Subject: Unpopular opinions?

Forum: Unpopular opinions?
Hello everyone!

I'm curious what unpopular opinions you hold? I don't mean for this to become a big political debate so while you're welcome to share political or other serious unpopular views, if you do so please be respectful! I believe everyone here is nice, so this probably doesn't need to be said, but just to be safe!


A few of my unpopular opinions:
-Chocolate is gross! (Okay, I recently discovered brownies are delicious but all other chocolate is icky)
-Cats are better than dogs.
- I didn't really like the Disney movie Frozen :(


What are some of your unpopular opinions?

Have a great weekend!
Elissa

Subject: Re: The last forum you posted?

Forum: The last forum you posted?
Hey Tom,

This is a great thread! My last forum on here was asking CNET for what one piece of advice they'd want to share with others. I thought of that when I remembered an old college assignment. It was for my adult psychology class, and we had to interview an elderly person. We could more or less tailor the interview questions to whatever worked best for our paper, but one question the professor urged us to ask was what one piece of advice the elderly person would give. I just think it's a great thing to ask others, because we each see life so differently. I can always stand to learn from how others view the world.

Have a good weekend!
Elissa