Tee Kay

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  • Birthday 11/13/1991

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  1. I haven't been around here very long but...
  2. Melbourne, Australia. Officially world's most liveable city. :3 Seriously, it's very nice. Lots to do, relatively safe, very diverse, decent weather, lots of green spaces, vibrant culture, and of course all the benefits of a relatively-well-governed First World economy with universal healthcare.
  3. I had a best friend until about a week ago.
  4. Start a business, employ all my unemployed friends, take over the world.
  5. Grades 1-3 and Years 7-10 were especially bad. New school, hard to make friends, something something.
  6. For a first date? I actually have no idea! Maybe like, a good meal or something.
  7. I suppose I am sort of polyamorous? Poly-curious, maybe. And yes it is hard and complicated and requires a lot of trust from all involved, and you're going against millennia upon millennia of societal pressure and expectations. I got burned recently from an attempted polyamorous relationship that collapsed before it even really got started (tl;dr the other two people found out they really love each other, but not me), so I'm not exactly keen on the idea at the moment.
  8. I don't celebrate Christmas particularly, but I do like the festival atmosphere. I do wish I could experience a Northern Hemisphere Christmas though, having lived all my life in either Thailand or Australia.
  9. This. They probably think the insults are a mark of close friendship (not sure about French norms but it's generally the case for Australians) But if there's a name you don't like being called then you should tell them you don't like it and if they are really good friends then they'll respect that.
  10. From my personal experience it can be a bit of a hit and miss. I've went through who knows how many GPs, counsellors, psychologists, over five years, before finally finding a GP who understands mental health issues and a psychologist who I can reasonably work with, and doesn't cost me an arm and a leg. It's easy to be discouraged but you have to keep looking, and eventually you'll find that it's rewarding in the end.
  11. Surround yourself with smart people who'll argue with you

  12. This argument never convinces me. Firstly, not all rules are equally valid. Some are useless, inconvenient, or actually actively harmful. Secondly, when people don't think there's a lot at stake, they bend the rules or don't follow them, because why should they? There's not a lot at stake, not following the rules often makes more sense/convenience than following them, the chances of anyone getting hurt is remote. For more serious stuff, like murder or arson, well most people agree that they are Bad Things that cause far more harm than good and pretty much everyone follow the rules that reduce or prevent their occurrance. A well-functioning society can be measured by many different ways and strict adherence to the rules is one of the least useful ones IMHO.