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    You do know that logans run was a fictional movie right?

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    I love doing stuff on my birthday, it's just an excuse to get together with some friends and family (plus getting money on those days while jobless is a god-send). My next birthday is my 21st so I plan on going out drinking with friends.

    It's just a good day to relax, take that break you wanted. Some of you really need to chill once and a while.

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    I think birthdays are awesome! but should always be about showing that the person whose birthday it is is valued - not just blind tradition. I enjoy a quiet simple day with close family only - tasty food, a little wine and a good film or two ...chillin...

    I almost forgot! - we always make a huge home-made triple-layer choc cake that lasts a week!! lol I'll be 29 this year...

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    It's the one time of year that you can get out of washing up and the family has to be civil to you.


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    uhm... waaaa cry more newb?

    I love birthdays. I dont usually get presents, but i love cards and that people acknowledge my existence ONCE A YEAR and decide to celebrate that! I is special

    If you dont wanna celebrate your life, thats cool. But IMO your being selfish. You dont even KNOW what your mom went through to bring you into this world. You can't be positive and have a good time and not be EMO for one day just to make the people around you happy? your a dick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muz View Post
    You do know that logans run was a fictional movie right?
    mass media told me by 21 i'd be rich and famous, so far i've left college twice and been removed from my job... i think the media might be lieing

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    I LOVE birthdays. I don't want presents, I don't want parties, I just LOVE for a reason to have ALL my friends in one spot and have a hell of a good time. On top of that, I feel like everything that happened that day was all a present for me. On my birthday the DOW was up 12 points, all because it was my birthday. Wooo economy!

    So if you don't like having your friends over, if you don't like having fun, then happy birthday from Corspufo anyway because I'm sending you birthday CA internet hugz.

    Also, you're about to be 20, still at home and receiving an allowance............that's gotta be a present in itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrx View Post
    theres more to life than art, stop playing victims.

    and for everyone turning 20 soon we should make a seperate thread so we can alll be scared together
    Damn, I'm turning 21 next month and now I feel ooooooold.


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    Birthdays are cool, even if you only celebrate with your mom. Think it of this way: it's the day that she was the most happy in her life (cause she got you), and she just wants to remember it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Edge Ryan View Post
    Only thing I've ever asked for my birthday is a wheelbarrow to carry around all of this awesome.

    See, when you're awesome by nature (like I am) every day is your birthday
    Deserves quoting.
    I treat every day like it's awesome...I'm pretty much never negative and that's how I live through life, because life is also awesome.

    Birthdays are just more awesome than the regular level of awesomeness...so I like them, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muz View Post
    You do know that logans run was a fictional movie right?
    You're not 30 yet lololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Edge Ryan View Post
    Only thing I've ever asked for my birthday is a wheelbarrow to carry around all of this awesome.

    See, when you're awesome by nature (like I am) every day is your birthday
    Effin' halarious. 5 star post. I think i'll adopt that philosophy and buy myself a wheelbarrow.

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    Hah! It's my sis's birthday on Saturday. She's been 20 three times so far. If I forget to at least send her a card, she'll do heart surgery on me......... and she'll go in through my feet!

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    I used to enjoy celebrating my birthday, but after about six decades of them, the bloom is somewhat off the rose. That was about the time I began to realize the true significance of birthdays.

    Whether or not you enjoy celebrating your birthday is a truly personal thing, and you don't need to question yourself on it. In the end, it doesn't matter because we're all dead anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wooly ESS View Post
    In the end, it doesn't matter because we're all dead anyways.
    We're only dead if we don't live. Go birthdays!

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    Turned a quarter of a century this wednesday. 'Twas a lot of fun, just chillin with my girl. Birthdays can be boring, or loads of fun. Its all about what YOU make them into. Don't be a drag.

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    For anyone who doesn't want gifts, just tell folks to give money to Doctors without Borders. They can't say no to that, and then the money's put to good use.

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    i find the fact that you mentioned 'when' your birthday is kind of vain if you dont like it you dont like it.

    but i agree with the other posts telling you to do it for your mother rather than yourself, she's glad she's had you and wants to celebrate that, whys that so horrible.
    i understand you feel bad about your parents giving you money, i hate it too, but the way my mom explained it is, theyre your parents, thats what they are there for, to support you (as well as love and give you yummy home cooked meals). Some kids dont even get that much from their parents. It's good that you want to make it on your own but if they have no problem with it just show how thankful you are to have them there for you.

    also i LOVE birthdays, its the one day i win all arguments...because its my birthday damnit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubadour View Post
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    but i agree with the other posts telling you to do it for your mother rather than yourself, she's glad she's had you and wants to celebrate that, whys that so horrible.
    The cognitive loop here is amazing. She had a child and that makes her happy, she wants to celebrate it but the child does not. They go through with the celebration for the sake of the mother even though it leaves the child feeling uncomfortable, but from where then comes the joy of having a child, if not from the joy of the child?



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    Look dude, I know you're fresh into university and your head is buzzing with all these new ideas and big words but regurgitating your philosophy textbook does not equal intelligence. You're making a very simple situation into some more-important-than-life philosophical conundrum.

    Most young adults (or kids, if you want to be technical), do not like their parents. There in a stage of life where they're trying to separate from the nest and establish their own identity. You do this by trying to sound really smart and treating everything incredibly seriously. Which is cool, but a few years from now you're going to look back and laugh at how anal retentive you sound right now.

    Parents just don't understand. They're just selfish Nazi's who want to control you and make your life as miserable as possible. Family doesn't act like family, don't really care about you. True friends are scarce and you just want to be alone. You want to be alone because you're different from everyone around you and no one can relate to your uniqueness. Blah Blah Blah more average teen rambling.

    Welcome to awareness. Parent's are far from perfect but they mean well. It doesn't matter if you think birthdays are meaningless, they don't. Cakes, balloons, presents, etc are all symbols. No shit Sherlock. Humans communicate through symbols if you haven't noticed through all of your edumacted learnings. If you don't believe in the symbol, fine, but again, they do. I don't believe in God but I still put up a Christmas tree each year. I still find beauty and meaning in the nativity story.

    Doing it for them is something called consideration. They're trying to express their love by celebrating your birth. Some of us do celebrate our births every day. I like to think some people are thankful to still be alive. And in order to show that gratitude they live their life a certain way. If you're asking why if our birthdays are so important then why don't we have cake and balloons everyday, then you're stepping on your own logic. If it happens very often, it loses meaning. You'd rather have meaningless symbols every day than sort-of meaningful symbols once a year? Kind of silly for someone who has such disdain for societal traditions.

    Your mind is nothing without your heart. I don't give a fuck if you can find bad logic in everything around you, without emotion you're just another asshole. Don't be an asshole. Factor human emotion into your equations on how people should or shouldn't behave. You're human after all. You can not escape us. Resistance is futile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckWeisel View Post
    Look dude, I know you're fresh into university and your head is buzzing with all these new ideas and big words but regurgitating your philosophy textbook does not equal intelligence. You're making a very simple situation into some more-important-than-life philosophical conundrum.

    Most young adults (or kids, if you want to be technical), do not like their parents. There in a stage of life where they're trying to separate from the nest and establish their own identity. You do this by trying to sound really smart and treating everything incredibly seriously. Which is cool, but a few years from now you're going to look back and laugh at how anal retentive you sound right now.

    Parents just don't understand. They're just selfish Nazi's who want to control you and make your life as miserable as possible. Family doesn't act like family, don't really care about you. True friends are scarce and you just want to be alone. You want to be alone because you're different from everyone around you and no one can relate to your uniqueness. Blah Blah Blah more average teen rambling.

    Welcome to awareness. Parent's are far from perfect but they mean well. It doesn't matter if you think birthdays are meaningless, they don't. Cakes, balloons, presents, etc are all symbols. No shit Sherlock. Humans communicate through symbols if you haven't noticed through all of your edumacted learnings. If you don't believe in the symbol, fine, but again, they do. I don't believe in God but I still put up a Christmas tree each year. I still find beauty and meaning in the nativity story.

    Doing it for them is something called consideration. They're trying to express their love by celebrating your birth. Some of us do celebrate our births every day. I like to think some people are thankful to still be alive. And in order to show that gratitude they live their life a certain way. If you're asking why if our birthdays are so important then why don't we have cake and balloons everyday, then you're stepping on your own logic. If it happens very often, it loses meaning. You'd rather have meaningless symbols every day than sort-of meaningful symbols once a year? Kind of silly for someone who has such disdain for societal traditions.

    Your mind is nothing without your heart. I don't give a fuck if you can find bad logic in everything around you, without emotion you're just another asshole. Don't be an asshole. Factor human emotion into your equations on how people should or shouldn't behave. You're human after all. You can not escape us. Resistance is futile.
    Why can't you just be respectful if you want to discuss this? You don't know me, talking out of your ass like that is pointless. I find it interesting to think about how people act and why, this is a thread about how people act and you've been on me twice already trying to pin an attitude on me that I don't have. If you don't want to discuss it, fine, if you do want to discuss it, try a different approach.



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    Off topic slightly but why dont people like getting presents?

    i love giving and reciving presents, nothing better than getting somone a really personal gift, its rare that anyone ever does that for me but when they do its a really great feeling? (also getting new stuff for free is great)

    so yeah, whats up with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crass View Post
    Why can't you just be respectful if you want to discuss this? You don't know me, talking out of your ass like that is pointless. I find it interesting to think about how people act and why, this is a thread about how people act and you've been on me twice already trying to pin an attitude on me that I don't have. If you don't want to discuss it, fine, if you do want to discuss it, try a different approach.
    Respectful? You're the one who's been implying that people who celebrate birthdays do so because they're sheep.

    You're not making sense. There is nothing logical, academic, scientific, or intelligent about reducing human behavior down to an equation. Seeing society as meaningless isn't a point of intellectual superiority. Just because you understand how something works doesn't make it any less meaningful.

    You acknowledge that the traditional birthday is a societal tradition that makes use of many symbols to achieve different goals. You assume that nobody else understands this. You can't understand how people could willingly participate in something that is so banal to yourself. Therefore there must be something wrong with us.

    Today is my birthday, really. I am about to leave for dinner with my parents. Why? Because I am hungry, I don't spend much time with them, and I know they enjoy spending time with me. Not because it is expected of me, not because society wants me to. I am now 21 years old. I will go to a bar tomorrow and drink with my friends to celebrate. Why? Because I like to drink, because it is a tradition in my country, and because I enjoy spending time with my friends. How is this meaningless if it means something to me? There is no reason other than "I choose to." No ulterior motive, no fetishes, no means to an end.

    I have had those birthdays where I didn't want to do anything, last year was one of them. I understand the feeling. I also know that the reason I felt that way was just a temporary thing. I was being all depressed and overly-introspective as many people my age are. It was silly of me to not do anything just because I felt down. I wish my parents or my friends would have come and dragged me out of the house and made me do something. But they respected my wishes as any rational, non-psychologically impaired person would and left me alone. But that's just more time I wasted with myself rather than spending it with those who mattered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrx View Post
    Off topic slightly but why dont people like getting presents?

    i love giving and reciving presents, nothing better than getting somone a really personal gift, its rare that anyone ever does that for me but when they do its a really great feeling? (also getting new stuff for free is great)

    so yeah, whats up with that?

    I'd like a gift if there was a thought behind it, if it was something that showed that the person who gave it to me knew what I wanted, even if I didn't know it myself. I have never really gotten a gift like that though, the standard thing around here is that you ask people what they want, and whatever they say that is what you get them. But if I need something specific I usually just buy it, why wait for my birthday or Christmas just so that someone else can buy it for me? If you don't come up with anything, you get money, I mean come on really? Money?

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