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What accomplishment are you proud of?

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This is really great dude :)

Thanks man! It's a struggle through the training but in the end I felt a real sense of achievement.. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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I still like to look back when I won the MLP 35th Anniversary Banner Contest here on MLPF. I can still remember that I was overjoyed that I finally did something. :adorkable:

I don't really have anything else to be proud of that I did... :blush:

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A lot of my memories that should have been proud accomplishments were marred by the fact that I'm a perfectionist, and even though I did well during them, knowing I could have done better just kind of ruins them.

It's kind of dumb, but the only thing I can really consider an accomplishment is when I got the Motherland tank during an event on the Xbox version of World of Tanks a few years ago. I don't remember what exactly it was, but I got something like 100,000 xp in my kv2 in a week.

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Even being a person with low self-esteem, I'll admit that I accomplished quite a bit. Reflecting on my old post in this thread, I'm happily able to say that the project I mentioned is pretty much the same one that I've gotten pretry far on, but it took a few years and several redesigns, so I don't feel awfully proud of that. As for real accomplishments:

  • Although I assume I got last place, I made it to a state-level academic meet in "Number Sense" (Name of the event, the test is based around mental math).
  • I almost made it to the ATSSB (Association of Texas Small School Bands) All-State Band.
  • I beat a pro Paladins player twice. We were both playing Barik both times and I kept beating him on the point. Although he was just a streamer known for his Ying at the time, he became a pro DPS player.

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Being able to travel by myself. Due to being a special needs student (specifically autism), I had to ride the school bus to and from school. Learning how to travel by myself gives a sense of independence and preparation for what lies ahead growing up. 

Edited by TransitPony

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Traveling across the nation and rebuilding my life twice over! 

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All the work I've put into my truck so far to get it up and running, which has paid off. It's turning me into more and more of a mechanic. :dash:

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Returning to college after having given up and pushing forward and getting my Bachelor's degree. It was all very amazing, because I had really given up years back. I never saw this actually happening.

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Getting my class to actually laugh at my jokes. Honestly, it hard for me to make my classmates get a laugh out from me because I never was a funny person; I was always a boring person. Not to mention the fact that nobody ever listened to me when I was younger (I even remembered when one of my classmates said that nobody ever listens to me right in front of my face).

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There are a few little things I'm proud of; writing a series of romantic comedies, putting an end to my swearing habit, getting my present job, losing a lot of weight (back in the day), and (still) helping my brother renovate his theater, to name a few. 

Edited by Dreambiscuit

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