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Do you choose to create drama? Or do you try to move forward and tackle your difficulties head on?
One of my goals lately is to be more positive and try to make the best of every situation, even the difficult ones.
41-45, C
+ 8 31 replies 72 views Nov 1, 2016 |
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I like drama. I like creating and watching from a distance as people tear each other apart of a sentence I said. C:<
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
@GermanAf: I was merely trying your method.
Make an inflammatory comment ☑
Watch others come apart because of it ☑

simple, yet effective.
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
@GermanAf: Perhaps that is why i didn't understand it. I was trying to find the part that was racist about it, but couldn't.
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@PaperSnowflake: I think I'm in love with you.

@MartinTheFirst: Yeah people just try to see racism in everything to dive reason to their complaints.
NigelDoes · 51-55, M
No, I don't like drama.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
@MartinTheFirst: 🤔I say both. They're practically interchangeable where I live. I don't pay attention to which I use unless its for some sort of formal writing.
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
@PaperSnowflake: So you can say both? Hm... Always had a tough time with those two.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
@MartinTheFirst: Neither would be the correct choice, but colloquially either and neither are pretty interchangeable. I live in an area where proper grammar use is questionable at best.
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
We need drama in life. That is the reason why many people decides to watch drama on their different medias. Drama spices life up a bit.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
But it often makes things harder for the people around us, don't you think?
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
@PaperSnowflake: Truly. Sometimes we just don't need more drama in our life, most likely that is why we do watch it on media instead of creating it around ourselves. We want it, but not the aftereffects. I am glad we were given the ability to create fictive drama. :)
cool2030 · 36-40, M
Drama makes a better story, if you tell it well.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
True. But it's not really the healthiest way to deal with life's difficulties.
cool2030 · 36-40, M
@PaperSnowflake: Absolutely. Which points out one more difference between living through it and telling about it.
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I usually cause drama without thinking about it because I'm a very emotional and stubborn person, but if I take the time to think about what I'm doing, I typically choose not to.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
I hate drama, it drains my energy level.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
Elegy · 41-45
I despise drama.
hisgoodgirl · 41-45, C
Me too.
wudifu · 41-45, M
talking things head on and getting a solution as quick as possible
cool2030 · 36-40, M
The whole question is: once the drama is over or fully told, can you laugh or chuckle over it? If so, the difficulty is overcome, thanks to the sharing of a good story. If not, it remains a difficulty and may be more serious.

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