Unpopular opinions… or just opinions. Unsure what to call this.

Firstly, I don’t really think that unpopular opinions are actually unpopular. I just think these opinions are things people might be afraid to say. But I’m sharing this list because I hate when I read unpopular opinions and people are all: coffee isn’t good. Girl, everyone knows coffee isn’t good. We just drink it anyways because caffeine gets us through the day. Also, that’s why there’s 50 million different flavours of coffee… to try and make it less awful.

Being vegan or vegetarian does not automatically make you a healthy person. There are plenty of people in this world who are vegans and vegetarians who eat some really unhealthy shit. Just because they eat more vegetables than those who eat meat, doesn’t necessarily mean they’re healthy.

When people say that self care is lighting a candle and having a bath, they’re devaluing the struggles people go through to just be alive. Good hygiene is important, yes. But self care is something that goes far deeper than lighting the latest scented candle from Bath & Body Works and putting a bath bomb in the tub. Besides that, who wants glitter in their vagina?

People who partake in cancel culture are idiots. If someone continues to show you time and time and time again that they’re a shiteous person, why are you waiting until they’re being publicly ‘cancelled’ before you decide you don’t like them? You’ve always known who they were. All you’re doing is showing you’re a petty little follower trying to be one of the popular crowd in a high-schoolesque clique that is the internet.

The second amendment needs to be deleted. I’m not sure if this is unpopular or if a lot of people are just afraid to say it… but following a constitution that was written in 1791 and believing it to be the best thing for a civilization in 2019 is idiotic and showcases a governmental system that is failing its citizens.. It also shows that the US government lacks backbone because they’re unwilling to make a decision that might upset those who hold the ‘purse strings’ as far as donations go. It doesn’t need to be amended, it needs to be deleted.

If women did half the shit that men get away with every day, there would be an uprising. Men get away with A LOT of shit. No woman could do what Billy Bush did and get hired to be back on TV again, whilst claiming to be a victim. Bill Maher screaming that fat-shaming should come back in style? If a woman said that, she’d be fired. Men expect women to be ‘dormant’ while they run around making idiotic decisions and doing stupid shit just waiting for us to let it go and let them have their jobs back or keep their jobs.

Just because you say it does not mean that people will read it. Just because you say it does not mean that it’s good, or smart, or even remotely worthy of attention. More than half the planet now has access to the internet and is sharing their artwork, writing and talents online. If you think you’re special, you’re not. You’re a small fish in a big ole pond.

People who use religion to claim moral high-ground are the ones with the most skeletons in their closet. And I don’t think this is a coincidence. It’s one thing to follow a religion, which everyone has the right to do, but it’s something completely different to push your religion on someone else. And those that do, typically tend to be those with the most secrets they’re trying to hide.

Getting presents sucks. It reminds me of how little people actually know about me. I know, I know, I know, it’s the thought that counts. But I’d rather you take the time to get to know me and never buy me a present than ignore me but remember to give me a present on my birthday.

If a parent isn’t parenting their child in public, I should be able to. If a kid is pulling clothing off the shelf and dropping it on the floor, knocking over racks and laughing and the parent is nowhere in sight, I should damn well be able to scream at the kid for being a fucking moron and remind them what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour in public… because their parent clearly doesn’t give a damn.

None of the Hemsworth brothers are really that good of actors. I just think they’re famous because they’re attracive. And let’s face it…prettier people do have it easier in life.

If anyone reads this and wants to share their unpopular opinions, or just opinions, with me… please do! Also, please remember that you can completely disagree with everything someone believes and still respect them. So… be kind. The world has enough assholes in it already.

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    1. Well, it’s nice to know I’m not alone!!

      Your comment was how I was feeling and is why I had so much uncertainty with what to title this post. I think when it comes to unpopular opinions, they’re just likely things people don’t fess up to enough…

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      1. People are so full of shit, I’ve started being more forthcoming with my opinions. Sometimes it shocks people but I’ll be damned if I even censor myself again for someone else’s benefit. I’m not a bad person because I dont buy into the bullshit and sanctimony anymore. It might be the reason I have few friends, but they are very close and loyal.

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      2. But the few friends that you do have are the friends who will be with you forever.

        I agree, life is far better when you’re forthcoming about your opinions and more open and honest with everything. You sound like someone I’d get along with. 🙂

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      3. Yeeeeees, my own “family” don’t talk to me because I spoke up for myself against what they were doing incorrectly with my time and consideration. Well, I can’t tell someone what to do in their house. I just know what I won’t tolerate when it comes to MY space abs peace of mind.

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  1. I like this list of of unpopular opinions. I’m not sure I agree with the parenting one. I don’t think you should be able to scream at the child. Screaming at a child is quite horrible. children are just doing what they’re being taught to do. You could always say to the child “oh we don’t do that (behaviours) here.” And dismiss their behaviour. Teach them to behave in a socially acceptable way with kindness 🙂

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    1. I think if it came down to it, I likely would probably take more of the approach you’ve described here. I don’t think I’m the type of person who could scream at a child. I think I was moreso just trying to be sarcastic with that point, if that makes sense. Just because it annoys me so much when parents blatantly ignore their children misbehaving. You’re right though, my sarcasm didn’t really carry, and your means of going about it is much smarter.

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  2. “It’s one thing to follow a religion, which everyone has the right to do, but it’s something completely different to push your religion on someone else…”—> you speak up my mind too. Honestly, I’m kinda sick of religious life in my country. I don’t hate religious people. I just hate when people who consider themselves as religious but they commit violence in the name of religion and God.

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    1. I don’t hate religious people. I just think that those who push their religion on others should stop. If I wanted to follow your religion, I’d come to your church. You know what I mean?

      That being said, religious violence isn’t a huge issue in Canada, so I don’t understand that aspect of it. I am sorry!

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      1. Yes, I know what you mean. Pushing our religion to others isn’t right.
        It’s okay if you don’t understand that aspect. I just shared my opinion because it’s one of big issue in my country nowadays.

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  3. HAHAHA I agree, if self-care was as simple as a candle and a bath.
    I think most people need to jump on a bandwagon rather than be their own person.
    I do think is everyone is special though but of course its now a big pond of special.
    Oof, that point about presents is so real! People either buy presents as an easy way to be like I STILL REMEMBERED but its quite sad when its nothing you’d ever want. I’m curious as to what the perfect thing would be to give you on your birthday V?
    I wouldn’t scream at a child but I would go over and tell them not to do that and explain the reasons why. I understand that their young minds may not understand their actions, esp with slacking parents.
    I actually like Chris Hemsworth as a comedic actor, I don’t think he’ll be winning any Oscars, maybe with meatier roles, and the brothers are honestly not that good-looking to me but they are utilizing it well I guess!

    I liked reading this! This is really original and it didn’t make me go AW YES GURL U ARE SO RIGHT ABOUT EVERYTHINGGGGGGGG, which really made them more real rather than platable for the masses.

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    1. To your last point, I like when people disagree with me. It opens the room for discussion, for new perspectives and for a potential new outlook. I think life would be boring if the world agreed with me. I bet you’d likely say the same.

      As for gifts, I agree. I’d way rather have someone get to know me and never buy me a gift then waste their money and spend it on something I don’t like that they’ll never know I don’t like. I have a few things that I’d love to open as gifts – mostly old books. But people don’t really buy books as gifts anymore…

      I don’t think I’d scream at a child either. I think that statement was meant as more of a satirical one. I’d definitely tell them how it is, though.

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      1. Yess! That’s how we stay open-minded and ever growing! That’s honestly so sweet when someone actually wants to spend a whole day with you to commerate your existence, time has to be the most precious gift someone can give to you! REALLY? I LOVE GIVING MY FRIENDS BOOKS, but I think they don’t like it woops!
        HAHAH, i get the feeling tho, I have such a thin line between calm and anger, so I always gotta talk myself down! HAHA!

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  4. Yes! I can’t agree enough with the one about being vegan/vegetarian. I’ve been there and I managed to convince myself that I’m healthy just because I eat more vegetables, which couldn’t be more wrong. There’s so much more to a healthy diet!

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    1. I’ve been delving into Vegan and Vegetarian foods because I’ve recently discovered I have a TON of allergies so I’ve been looking into new options to see what I can eat that I’ve never considered before. One thing my Vegan cousin has been teaching me about these foods is that some of them are just straight up crap masquerading as healthy. She’s also teaching me that Vegan and Vegetarian foods are LOADED with sodium. Like more than you’d need in a week, sodium.

      That being said, you’re absolutely right, there’s so much more to a healthy diet than just eating a certain way.

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  5. The one that caught me was about the gifts. OMG! Every year for Christmas my brother and his wife would give me gifts that were too big, too small, totally not me, straight out ugly. The ultimate was a flimsy aluminum cookie cutter wrapped in leftover fabric. Really?!?! lol Finally one year when I got home I dumped all of them in the trash bin before walking in my front door. It hurts more to be unseen than to not get a gift.

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    1. As much as I like to say that it’s the thought that counts… sometimes I feel like if they really put thought into it, they’d get to know you. It’s hard because you don’t want to be ungrateful, but at the same time wouldn’t it be better for your brother to just get to know you? I don’t know. People think I’m spoiled for that outlook. I just think it’s relatable, and my writing it here has proven that.

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      1. Me, too!!! ♥ Geography is so not my strong suit. I feel stupid asking when I can google it. Are you on the east or west coast of Canada? We’re moving to the East Coast next year. New Hampshire, so really close to the border. 🙂

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  6. A few years ago I went on a citytrip with a friend. She was so mad that I didn’t eat ‘healthy’. I know I’m vegan, I just wanted to try that Mexican restaurant. The trip didn’t go so well from the culinairy standpoint :’-)

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    1. HAHA! This makes me laugh.

      My vegan cousin has recently been teaching me about the things she eats in a means to help me find new foods (as I’ve learned that I’ve got a lot of allergies) and she’s been teaching me about just how unhealthy so many vegan foods are and how they’re masquerading as healthy because they’re called ‘Vegan’. Truth is, there’s so much more to being healthy.

      Thanks for reminding us with your comment 🙂 And for making me chuckle.

      Mexican is damn good food. I can see why one would want some!

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  7. ¹ I don’t think kids should kiss their adults on the lips. Sure it’s a sign of affection, but I don’t think it’s quite appropriate.

    ² I don’t think anyone should start their pants below their waists. I don’t care to know about or to see one’s underwear; unless we’re intimate.

    ³ I don’t care to hear someone’s music blasting. If I wanted to listen to what you’re listening to, then I’ll play it for myself.

    ⁴ Don’t push religion on me… the ones shouting about THEIR God out on public annoy me. If I wanted to hear about religion, I’D GO TO CHURCH.

    ⁵ I hate people that yell out their phone conversation, then have the nerve to tell everyone subjected to it, to mind their business. (You’re putting your business out there for everyone to know)

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    1. Oh yes, the low rise pants look drives me crazy. Man or woman, I don’t want to see your undies/ass when I’m walking through the mall.

      And loud phone talkers annoy the heck out of me too. Every time my brother phones from Denmark my parents scream into the phone. I think they might think that because he’s farther away, it’s harder for him to hear? That’s not how phones work. lol

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  8. I do agree with most of the points on this, HOWEVER, as a mom, a bubble bath with some candles IS my self-care. It’s time to myself, ALONE, without having to cater to anyone else. I can sit in quiet and be content, or listen to music. It’s my meditation time.
    I don’t think it’s fair to say that I’m devaluing anyone else’s struggle either because I don’t presume to know anyone else’s struggle(s). I just know that a candle and bath is my way to decompress from my own struggles 😊

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    1. I think this likely should have been something I spent more time clarifying.

      If a bubble bath and a candle help you and work for you, that’s great. I’m not a mom, so I can’t imagine how much those extra few moments to yourself mean to you. I’ll admit, from that perspective, I’m lacking. So I am sorry if I offended you with that opinion.

      What point I was trying to make was that it’s not the one size fits all solution to a much bigger problem. I feel like every time I read a post about self-care or see a video on yotuube about self-care, they always say ‘Have a bath! Put a bath bomb in the tub! Light your candle!’ As if doing these things are going to make your issues melt away. On the internet it’s promoted as a magic solution to get rid of all your problems, as though when you get out of the tub everything will be fixed.

      Baths are great, and can be really relaxing. I bet when you have kids it’s very important time to have to yourself. I just think for me, they don’t fix things… unless my problem is greasy hair.

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      1. Oh no worries at all! I just wanted to share my experience! I don’t have to always agree with everything you say to enjoy your posts and content 😊 everyone is different and self-care will look different from one person to the next.

        And for sure, I know EXACTLY the videos and articles you’re talking about. Baths certainly aren’t the magic solution for all your problems but they certainly don’t hurt. And sometimes it’s nice to have a sparkly cooch afterwards 😉

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  9. As someone who religiously drank coffee and steeped orange pekoe tea and no longer can, I am fully experiencing the effects of caffeine withdrawal and it’s not fun. Caffeine is definitely a drug and we consume way too much of it. It’s not good in these quantities that majority of us consider “normal amounts”. Try withdrawing from it cold turkey and you’ll be enjoying jarring headaches and migraines for a few days, inability to focus, irritability, and moodiness. I’ve been sleeping like a baby though. I was consuming a cup of coffee a few times a week and 2-3 mugs of steeped orange pekoe tea a day.

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    1. Caffeine withdrawals are the worst! Literally, I’ve been through it before and I can wholeheartedly agree with you there.

      There was one point in University that I had soo much caffeine I had to go to the doctor because I couldn’t get over my headache. Hearing that you’re sleeping like a baby makes me wonder if I can do that too. I wonder if I am strong enough to.

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      1. I forgot to add this to the thing about self-care: Coconut oil is the solution to everything. Dry hair? Use coconut oil! Weight loss? Eat a tbsp or coconut oil at every meal! Want bullet coffee? Add coconut oil. Got skin blemishes. Coconut oil, obv. Jobless? Coconut oil is your solution. Want six pack abs? Coconut oil, buddy. Coconut oil is solution to all of your problems 🙌🥥🌴

        Oh my! Yeah…. maybe skip the bullet coffee altogether then! 🤭 That’s insane that it got that bad. You could be highly sensitive to caffeine. I’ve heard of monster energy drinks sending ppl to the ER, but coffee? Wow. 😯 I’m honestly not terribly surprised though, considering how addicted society is to coffee. ☕️

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      2. I’m pretty sure I’m allergic to coconut. Every time I eat something with coconut in it, I get hives and start seeing spots in my eyeballs. I can’t say for certain, but it makes me nervous to eat/use coconut and coconut oil because of that.

        I’ve also heard scary stories of Monster Energy drinks being overloaded on and people having to go to emergency for them. But, some people can really overdo them. I’ve seen someone drink 10 of them in a day. And that, that’s just asking for heart palpitations… ya know what I mean?

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  10. I don’t consider your points to be unpopular opinions — very much the contrary! I will add that receiving gifts can be a joyous thing, especially if you take the time to give a thoughtful one. That, coupled with getting to know the person, makes the relationship all the more wonderful!

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    1. The thought definitely counts and I definitely appreciate that people remember it’s my birthday. I don’t know that I’d ever be lucky enough to find someone who both knows me and loves to put incredible thought into gifts because they remember me and it’s my birthday. That seems like the kind of things that happens in movies.

      I just think that… I’d rather have people get to know me and never give me a present again than continue to give gifts to me when they don’t really know me.

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      1. I agree. I’m sure we’ve had instances of acquaintances giving us meaningless gifts as means of being polite, rather than actually cherishing a relationship. It’s happened a few times to me, and I find that more inconsiderate than not giving a gift at all!

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      2. Exactly! Also, I feel like… why bother spending your money if you’re just haphazardly buying something popular in hopes that the someone you’re giving it to will like it?

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  11. Self care is not what people usually think it is. It’s not doing “good things” for you.

    That’s just spoiling yourself in my book.

    It’s doing the HARD AND RIGHT things for you.

    Great post as usually though :]

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    1. You’re right. I mean spoiling yourself can be part of it, but it’s a tiny part of a bigger solution needed. Self care is asking yourself the hard questions, being real about the reality that is mental health struggles and taking steps to better yourself..

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  12. I could never dis coffee. Coffee is probably one of the last things i would give up. Coffee and a good book = perfection. Coffee, a good book, a comfortable chair and a roaring fire (in winter) = even more perfection. Lol
    2nd amendment…that’s the one about the rights of Americans to wear t shirts? The right to bare arms….oh come one work with me here. Wasn’t the whole purpose of the 2nd amendment to make sure that the citizens had the ability to fight back against tyrannical government? Hmmmm that worked.

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    1. Oh, I love coffee, don’t get me wrong. I just think it tastes horrible. I love that it’s warm, I love that it wakes me up, I love that it helps me tolerate annoying people. I just think it tastes gross. lol

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    1. I admit, sadly that I used to be that type of person when I started social media. Then I realized how dumb that was. I even had the nerve to be upset because then I thought people were in my business. Or if I declined doing something with one person and was with someone else, that became an argument; why would I be with _________ instead of with them? I don’t like feeling like I have to EXPLAIN my decisions to anyone; especially regarding MY time and MY social media feeds.

      So now, I barely say anything.

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      1. I think there’s a middle ground between barely saying anything and sharing your whole life. I do think you should be able to share and be proud of sharing – after all you should be proud of who you are so being able to share is a great thing. I just think that finding that middle ground is important.

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      2. I don’t mean that I don’t truly say anything, I just don’t post EVERY single thing like I used to. I would wake up and reach for my phone on my night stand to say shit like, “Good morning everyone. I just woke up and had a dream about _________. Omw to the bathroom now to take a shower, brush my teeth and then eat breakfast.”

        Then a few minutes later talk about what I wanted for breakfast….EVERY. FREAKING. DETAIL. OF. MY. DAY.

        So now I don’t leave my loctation setting on or tag myself in a specific place, etc.

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    1. Growing up my mother always taught me ‘treat others how you wish for them to treat you. If you’re kind and respectful, you’ll get that in return and if you’re an asshole then you deserve everything that’s coming to you.” Words that have stuck with me forever, and I think pretty well sum up your point.

      It’s always the assholes who have a hard time dealing when someone is an asshole back at them…

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      1. Yeeeeees, indeed. Then they have the nerve to be truly deep down offended as if their offense is supposed to upset or bother you.

        My day actually runs a lot smoother since we aren’t talking anymore.

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  13. Great article V.
    Here is an opinion that may upset some.
    I am 58, what bugs me the most is seniors who think I should automatically respect them when they jump ahead of me in line. For me respect is earned not demanded.
    #2 – Drivers who seem to have forgotten the lessons they learned. I really think that there should be retesting for anyone over 70 yrs old. Sometimes I just want to get out and take a strip out of them.
    There’s my opinion V.

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    1. Ohhhhhh agree and agree.
      Those are good ones too. Because I get really annoyed when I see a Senior driving around just about running into sign posts or people in crosswalks because they quite literally can’t tell the distance it is away.

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  14. I can’t believe – given, y’know…Christians and their 2000 year old dogmatic BS – that you’re surprised at the idiotic following the Second Amendment has. I’m with you, though. It can go and I’d be fine…I live in Portland, we use knives. It’s more of a personal touch, don’t you think?

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    1. It’s not that I’m surprised of the following of the second amendment, it’s that I’m surprised no one has had the guts to stand up and say ‘enough is enough, I’m changing this today’.

      Suddenly though, I’m feeling grateful that I’ve never run into anyone with knives in Portland. lol. Portlandians seems too nice for knives.

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    1. Thanks! I’m glad to hear that people out there think the same way that I do .

      Not everyone has to agree with me, but the fact that some do definitely makes a persons smile!

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  15. American history is unique. When we broke from England, tand their soldiers came over, we had to provide housing and food. And part of the right to bear arms is we can degend ourselves if we get invaded. We can’t be overrun by martial law. Lots of countries are run by whoever has control of the military. There are lots of ways our society can break down. I live in the mountains where sometimes trucks can’t get through. We don’t have police. So I like being resourceful and independent. Socialist country citizens can never understand .

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  16. We cannot patent others children in public bc each of us has a different idea of acceptable behavior. If child is tearing up store that is the stores responsibility. My son has mental illness issues & when he was 5 I wouldn’t let him keep swinging the rope that we were standing in line next 2. A lady told me I shouldn’t talk to him in that tone of voice. So you can’t win. Parenting is exhausting. Honestly the best thing one can do is support the patent or give empathy or distract the child. We need more kindness in society, not criticism.

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    1. Firstly, thank you for sharing your opinions with me. I appreciate you taking the time.

      As mentioned in the other comments, I was going for a more satirical phrasing when I worded that comment about parenting other peoples children. I would never scream at a child and never have I desired to scream at or treat someone’s child poorly. Honestly, it was a poor choice of words for me to make. I thought it would sound funny, That day, I had been through a particular instance of a child taking all of the shoes off the wall in the store and throwing them on the floor and his mom was telling him to ‘Leave Her alone’. In moments like those, I guess i just wish it would more acceptable for me to be like ‘Hey Kiddo, maybe that’s not the greatest idea for you to be doing. Do yo want to play hopscotch? Or… something. Let’s face it… in all reality when a mom knows her kid is doing that and tells him to leave her alone, I’m more inclined to ask the mom to ask him to stop.

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      1. i think add lol or something. idk how sarcasm comes across in writing i think its difficult. only if people know me do they know i’m being sarcastic, it seems. anyways why do you care what others kids do? honestly the only time i care is when i’m tr ying to listen to something, but that’s adults too. If i can’t tolerate I just don’t go during the busy hours if at all possible. and its usually possible. we can’t niether control others or others people’s kids. i’m sure without a peaceful home life though, tolerance is going to be less. I suggest getting out into nature. and for the record, I wear earmuffs into walmart, I’ve also heard its helpful to wear non scrip glasses. Generally shopping is over stimulating for me. 🙂 It sounds like things have been tough for you all around lately. I wish you peace.

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    1. ‘Cancel Culture’ is when someone, or something (a company so to speak) that is well known, does something that the greater majority of the populous doesn’t agree with, they ‘Cancel them’. Vow to stop buying their products, vow to stop listening to them or acknowledging their existence.

      Example: A LOT of the Republican Senators/Representatives, and the President, in the United States trying to vow to ‘Cancel Nike’ when Nike chose Colin Kaepernick as a brand ambassador. The President tried to shame them, Senators vowed to run their products out of the State they represented (most notably Ted Cruz), some set their Nike’s on fire and posted it on the internet asking for others to set fire to their Nike’s too in order to send a message. Overall, just trying to tarnish the company… as I’m sure you can get the picture.

      Another example: A LOT of Republican Senators/Representatives and just politically conservative voters in the United States trying to ‘Cancel Gillette’ after their commercial about male privilege. Some tried burning their razors (which… it’s plastic and metal so that clearly went well…), some posted videos flushing their razors(again, that was clearly intelligent), some promised they’d never let their kids or grandkids ever use Gillette again. Others purposefully went to the store to pull the Gillette razors off of shelves and throw them all over the floor to make a mess to take a picture of ‘how they feel about Gillette’s views (again, not sure what purpose that served other than making a lot of work for the man or woman who had to clean up the mess and restock them on the shelves).

      I’m rambling now, so I should stop. Hopefully the examples explained it well.

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      1. I can clearly see your views through those examples. I think there are examples like this on both sides.

        However, thank you for explaining what it is. Overall, I have to agree that this can be insane.

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      2. It’s not like I’m going to hide my views on my own blog. That would be silly…lol

        You’re right, cancel culture happens to everyone. I just googled cancel culture to give you examples and that’s what came up. The American ones listed because I figure everyone hears about those and the Canadian one I me toned I dont know if people outside of canada hear that kind of stuff? I think they’re the biggest that have happened recently. Unless we take a deep dive into the world of YouTube.

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      3. That’s not what comes up when I Google it. I expected a definition of sorts. Something about a boycott of a product due to politics and other unrelated to the product features things. But, again, thank you for your examples. They did help illustrate things better.

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    2. Oh, for one more great example, here in Canada right now there’s a movement called ‘WEXIT’ with a bunch of people in Alberta and Saskatchewan wanting to separate from the rest of Canada because they don’t agree with Justin Trudeau being Prime Minister. Very much cancel culture right there…

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