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Updated on Thursday, October 29

#23259

OMG:

To the guy I yelled at in the parking lot of CIF because you were parked poorly: I'm sorry for doing that. It was unwarranted and I don't know why I did it. I missed the opportunity to apologize at the lot so I thought I'd do it here, even if it's unlikely that you'll see it. 

27 comments

  1. You're a dick. I never get mad at people who are parked like shit because perhaps they had to park around someone who did it FIRST.

    Never assume, dickwad.

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    1. He already apologized. And it's not like anyone forced him to.
      People who continue to lambast others after apologizing are the actual dicks.

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    2. @1a ya man just saying sorry and being passive-aggressive in your responses to people just makes you look so cool.
      Why do you even post this here? So you can have a good night sleep and forget about your mistake? God you are selfish as fuck.
      When you say sorry you are suppose to feel bad about your actions AND think about how the other person felt.
      But obviously reading your posts you have passive-aggressive personality disorder so there is no point in talking to you because you already knew what I wrote and I'm being a dick for saying these things after you said sorry.

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    3. Lol whoa 1b you got some serious anger issues. You must have one hell of an easy life if something this innocuous gets you this upset. Holy shit, a guy... APOLOGIZED for something! Get out the pitchforks!
      Seriously I can't figure out why you are upset. How do you know the guy who apologized DOESN'T feel bad about his actions, or has thought about how the other person felt? You have no idea. You're just making assumptions. I think you need to see a therapist.

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    4. Reading from his and your posts you and him just sound like huge assholes adding comments like "you need to see a therapist".
      Also "How do you know the guy who apologised DOESN'T feel bad about his actions" because he doesn't sound sorry reading the posts he made and getting mad at people for telling him it's not normal for people to yell at others because they didn't park properly.
      But who cares right? We are the one's who are insane you guys are totally normal yelling at people because you had a bad day and telling other's to see therapists. At the end you said sorry and that solves everything and everyone is CRAZY telling you otherwise.

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    5. God 1c you are passive-aggressive as fuck lol.
      You fit the bill 100%

      "Passive-aggressive behavior is the indirect expression of hostility, such as through procrastination, stubbornness, sullenness, or deliberate or repeated failure to accomplish requested tasks for which one is (often explicitly) responsible."

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive-aggressive_behavior

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    6. 1e, pretty sure 1c's argument is pretty direct - not passive aggressive.

      "You have anger issues." "I can't figure out why you're upset." "You're just making assumptions." "I think you need to see a therapist."

      All of those are direct arguments ("expressions of hostility," if you will). Nothing passive about them. The fact they're interspersed with bitter sarcasm doesn't change that fact.

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    7. 1c had no arguments 1f. He ignored whatever 1b said and just called him mad and upset. He used insults as a method to defend his actions
      "passive-aggressive behavior is characterized by a habitual pattern of passive resistance to expected work requirements, opposition, stubbornness, and negative attitudes in response to requirements for normal performance levels expected of others."
      He's required to act like a normal human being and when other's say the right thing or give him shit for him doing the wrong thing the proper response isn't being a negative and calling everyone mad and telling people to "see a therapist" lol
      So passive agressive

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    8. 1g, you're confusing "passive aggressive" with "ad hominem." I'll provide an example!

      Passive aggressive would be something like "oh, well that's okay then, I guess. I mean, I suppose some people might - not pointing any fingers, but they might - say that kind of behaviour suggests serious anger issues, but I don't want to cast judgements here."

      Notice how, in my example, there's a total lack of direct action or opinion coming from the speaker? Their (aggressive) point seems to be coming from an anonymous third-person source and talking about someone that MIGHT be you yet isn't you - hence the "passive" part.

      1c is being overtly aggressive - it's not passive. But the aggression is attacking the person instead of their argument, which makes it an ad hominem.

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  2. It's good of you to feel remorse about it.

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  3. Dude srs get that anger checked bra. It's usually not because of the car that was parked so poorly you got upset but something internal you aren't happy with.

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  4. Do people honestly get mad at shit like this? Like, how few important things do you have in your life that this is something that actually bothers you? I would never yell at a stranger in the parking lot because of the way they parked. I agree with 3B, if you get mad in a situation like this, you need to reevaluate some things in your life.

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    1. Wow, so we shouldn't yell at strangers? You're so wise. Like a miniature Buddha, covered in hair.

      Get off your high horse. Sometimes when you've had a long day of idiot strangers who can't do dishes, walk on diagonal lines and cut you off, park like absolute morons, get on an empty bus and invade your space for no reason, and a million other things a adequate human shouldn't do, you end up venting steam at not the best moment.

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    2. ^ You're justifying a mistake. Which it was. OP himself said so. Even if there is other shit going on in your life, that doesn't give you the right to be a dick to other people.

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    3. ^I'm just saying, 4 is stating the obvious like it makes them some sort of special. People make mistakes. Parking like a half-wit is one of them too. "I would never yell at a stranger in the parking lot because of the way they parked" You want a cookie?

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    4. @4c So stating the obvious made you mad that you had to reply like a dick to someone who just stated the obvious?
      OR
      He said something that stang and your only emotional response is to pull up that wall of your's (like you did in the parking lot) and be aggressive for no reason. All you did is prove 4's point.
      You got problems and I hope I never meet you in real life.

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    5. 4.a you are a fucking retard. What if the other person had the same shit happen only to get yelled at? Shut the fuck up dumbass. Learn to control your anger in public situations. Bitch

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    6. It nice and cool up there on you high-horse 4d+e? Reactionary insults are the internet equivalent of shooting fish in a barrel.

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    7. nice attitude 4f
      I'm guessing jesus also fit into the bill of someone climbing onto that high horse looking down on people.
      What a jackass... telling US we had sins.

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    8. I just find life easier to live and people are easier to understand if I assume that they have a reason, good or not, for what they do. "I would never..." statements don't help anyone and I can almost guarantee that there are situations in which you most certainly would yell at someone over a little thing.

      I'm not the most familiar with Jesus but I'm certain his response wouldn't be "Oh man, how could anyone ever do that. I'm way too good to do something like that."

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    9. Too bad no one said "I'm way too good to do something like that".
      Someone keep assuming people said it but no one actually did. Jesus would have said "you have sinned, repent" aka "you fucked up op"

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    10. "Do people honestly get mad at shit like this? Like, how few important things do you have in your life that this is something that actually bothers you? I would never yell at a stranger in the parking lot because of the way they parked"

      If that's not someone being uppity and full of themselves without considering all the angles then I will eat my shoe. And I'm pretty sure telling someone off isn't a sin.

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  5. It was warranted because all students who have cars are trying to show off on daddies dime. After all the busses are perfectly good, why the fuck would you ever need to drive to campus. Damn China men taking our jobs and driving cars they can't afford on their own.

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    1. A sore loser for sure. Hey, if they have money good for them. It are you saying that if you were to come into money ( highly unlikely given you loser- tude) you wouldn't buy n nice things to you kids?

      Stop blaming others for your problems get back to work, transfer into a good program and make something of yourself.

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    2. ^^ I don't think he will be able to do that. Must be another Trudeau voter. That's what peasants do, good at being told what to do.

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  6. Someone did that to my mom and it really upset me. She was pulling out of the parking lot while driving my car instead of her own. We just got the back wheels changed & she wanted to take it slow because there was a Porche parked closely behind our car. Two people got out of their car and did a slow clap and said "finally" with their hands raised into the air. Just because we're asian... Honestly I don't know why people think it's okay to be rude and racist. My mom was cool enough not to care, but it had me really fired up.

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    1. Oh, that's not even that bad. Sarcasm is a mild response.

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