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What Behaviors do You Label as Immature?


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Here in MLP Forums, we all kinds of ages and ethnicities. Regardless of both, almost all of want to make friends with just about anypony. But all of us also have aspects we frown upon with actions of certain people, or everyone in particular. A common one with people in our general age group is immaturity.

 

What do you label as immature? Is it reasonable and strictly an action that should presented by the younger? I'd like to know.

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I've always personally found yelling to be immature. If you can't get your point across calmly, then don't bother.

I also find people immature when they act all high and mighty above everyone else, it's annoying. 

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I don't mind crude humor. I consider selfish behavior to be a trait of assholes, not necessarily of immature people. However, there is one thing that always strikes me as being immature: getting angry and throwing tantrums.

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I don't have any I consider immature, but I have ones that I don't stand for, like purposely disrespecting me and going out of your way to do so.  Otherwise, I really don't care what other people are doing. If somebody is doing something interesting and fun, whether or not somebody else would consider it immature or immature, then I'm totally in.   It may sound selfish, but being selfish isn't bad, being self-destructive is bad.

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I find it immature when people feel like they constantly have to curse in order to get their point across. Cursing is fine with a good reason but when you have to say foul language in every sentence, it takes away all seriousness you may have tried to have.

 

I also find it immature when people cuss somebody out and harass them just for expressing their opinions. If you don't agree with somebody, respond kindly! It makes you look like a jerk.

 

And finally, I hate people that bully others because they aren't as socially connected as them. A good example of this is a sophmore on my bus that had a brain tumor. He isn't as good at communicating as other people, and I'm the only one who is nice to him. Everybody talks down and is sarcastic to him besides me.

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Lots of things are immature

One I find really immature is that people seem to love to draw penises and stuff everywhere

For example my friend got ahold of my agenda and every page front and back in it says I love penis in black sharpie

That is one that really immature.

Also calling people and things "gay"

I find that really immature

And making fart jokes/sounds..

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  • Repeating yourself over, and over again.

Being extremely hypocritical.

Whining when you don't get everything you want.

Drawing genitals all over everything.

Swearing too much.

Yelling.

Using racial slurs every other word.

People saying "That's gay."

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Overreacting to little things.

Bigotry.

Sagging your pants purposefully.

Being an ass to someone who has done nothing to them.

Constant profanity. It's fine to do it sometimes, but you don't need to do that in every sentence you use.

Never being serious.

Trolling. (Well, not all trolling, a lot of them are really funny and acceptable)

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  • A lack of modesty
  • Undignified, arrogant behaviour
  • An overall lack of respect
  • Cursing at every possible opportunity
  • Pushing responsibility away from oneself
  • Yelling / temper tantrums
  • Bad sportsmanship
  • Oh, and the whole "pants down to your knees" thing.

I was tempted to put "wearing hats indoors" on here too, but that's more of a social stigma.

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Not a whole lot, honestly. The entire idea of maturity is pretty iffy to me and seems like a way to just discriminate against people for enjoying certain things, generally things that aren't super serious. (That is a huge overgeneralization)

 

There is one thing though:

 

Becoming defensive when accused of something that's not true. Getting defensive over something is true isn't exactly a good thing but if something isn't true than you have no reason to defend yourself. This happens all the time on the internet. I've seen it here, on Gamefaqs and even I've done it in the past. It's pretty terribad.

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I don't even believe in immaturity anymore. To me it means not having fully gown, but the rest of it is personality. If someone has a temper tantrum, That's just part of who they are. If they laugh at a REALLLLLY far fetched innuendo then that's just stupidity. Yes I make rude jokes and laugh about them but I think it's just saying or doing things at the right time. I get what you're asking but it's not the definition of "immaturity". Society just hasn't come up with a real word for this yet. 

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* The whole "I don't like this therefore it is wrong" nonsense

 

*Judging what you don't understand

 

*Arrogance

 

*Having a pathological need to control others or be up in their business

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I was being sarcastic, but I don't think race has anything to do with it. Trust me when I say I know loads of arseholes from all authenticity. 

 

Oh, I'm just looking at my local scene.

 

OT-Showing off, to try to gain popularity. 

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1) Letting your impulses get the better of your head and principles.

 

2) Not questioning the status quo, the majority, or what you see.

 

3) Me, me, me! Preoccupied with yourself and getting attention for yourself.

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Trying to be cool, when in fact, being cool is being yourself. 

 

What people thing being cool is

 

  • Swearing excessively
  • Keeping grudges
  • Thinking you're "all that" when in reality, you're just like everyone else

 

What being cool really is 

 

  • BEING YOURSELF
  • Acting the way you naturally act
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