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    Icon14 who has the best the attitude towards life at cricketweb?

    buddhmaster does i reckon...
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    I don't know everybody's attitudes towards life, but it isn't me.

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    I've got a great attitude towards life so long as i'm me.... everyone else doesnt fare too well though

    I've got a kinda laid back 'f**k it' mentality, staff love it when its my night at work Something goes wrong i tend to start laughing (or pull funny faces and make strange sounds at the problem), then sort it... Although i swear like a sailor in normal speach, its rare i actually swear through anger... I'm also pretty tough to wind up, because i'm one of those confrontational people who just LOVE someone rising to challenge me (someone manages to cross me and they know about it! Goddam love revenge )


    However when i do get annoyed (ie, when i'm not getting my own way!!), everyone knows about it, and dont stop knowing till its sorted (which it usually is )
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    I do. Compare your lives to mine and then kill yourselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat
    I do. Compare your lives to mine and then kill yourselves.
    Wait...

    Do we kill ourselves because we have compared ourselves to your life? And why do we need to kill ourselves?

    I know it doesn't take much, but...I'm confused

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    Wait...

    Do we kill ourselves because we have compared ourselves to your life? And why do we need to kill ourselves?

    I know it doesn't take much, but...I'm confused
    The inference is that after comparing yourself to me, you'll realise you'll never be as good so you may as well end it all. If you want to settle for relative mediority, that's not my problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat
    The inference is that after comparing yourself to me, you'll realise you'll never be as good so you may as well end it all. If you want to settle for relative mediority, that's not my problem.
    Well, I'm sure that telling everyone else they should commit suicide is a great attitude to life in the first place

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    What fans? More like fags.

    Personally I think this is stupid, because no one has fully expressed their attitude towards life over this forum, and even then, define an "attitude towards life".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat
    The inference is that after comparing yourself to me, you'll realise you'll never be as good so you may as well end it all. If you want to settle for relative mediority, that's not my problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nibbs
    buddhmaster does i reckon...
    Thanks Kurt, made my day. I think nibbs has a great attitude, because he is layed back, and doesn't really care what people think. And so he shouldn't, caus he's a champ.

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    Nibbs must, after all the crap he's copped, he's still upbeat.

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    langeveldt seems to have a very sensible outlook on life to me.

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    I feel as though I have a good attitude to life.

    I take nothing for granted and nothing is certain until it happens. Life can come and go just like that without realising it so I don't go making long term plans too far ahead. Who knows each day could be out last, so it keeps me in check.
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