I shouldn't be so critical of others, really. When I gave that big example of someone giving into
peer pressure, it was taken from real life, not something I fabricated, though. There is this kid in
my neighborhood who I've known since we were about five. We always got along for the most
part, until recently he fell in with some friends that got him into drugs and some things that
shouldn't be mentioned here. He suddenly started treating me like an idiot, mocking me
because, and he really said these things: because I don't dress like him, talk like him, listen to
the same music as him, etc. etc. The sad part is that none of his friends really care for him, and
ditch him every couple months, and he has to find new friends. He goes with whatever his new
friends like, such as skateboarding or dirt BMXing, and acts like he never did what he did last
month. In this way, he never even gets good at anything, either, because he switches around
between hobbies so much. If you try to tell him he is being a jerk, he freaks out on you. The
worst thing, though, is that he is trying to suck my good friend into his messed up world, too.
Yeah, I'll try to stop being so bitter. I was pretty peeved at him, just having took some of his
pompousness before I wrote my previous post. And Epitome, I too can tell you, it is not out of jealousy that I
act like that it is out of sadness and aggravation.
Like Kris said, I think that needing to be the center of attention is a sign of immaturity or
immorality, as it is kind of forsaking your true self. I don't really care what people wear or
whatever, I just don't like it when it is all about sucking up.
Oh, Cavios, I kind of scoped in on my view there. I do like lots of games. The things I look for in
An intresting storyline that makes you think-
Cool level design-
I can't think of other ones right now, but what I hate in games is when they make evil look good,
I have seen this permeate into minds, especially younger kid's minds way too much.