i hate how i often think i’m above others or better than them but i hate myself so damn much, i hate that i don’t feel bad for others when something happens but then feel sorry for myself over something insignificant. i hate how i feel nothing but then i feel every emotion at once at 3 fucking am. what the actual fuck is wrong with me?
edit: well i just woke up and this response has been for the most part good, i am in therapy and on the waiting list for dbt and family therapy (not ready for the latter but we move), due to covid and underfunding of the nhs (cheers boris) i’ve not seeing anyone currently but i’m in the system at least. i have depression and anxiety and ocd tendencies which have caused other issues- i’m working on this with them it’s just gets tricky, self development is a constant thing and i hope that as i grow and get my therapy again i can work through some of these issues. i want to get better and i’m trying my hardest.
Some redditors have such a big superiority complex which is ironic considering the fact that a large majority of us are awkward people who spend the majority of our time on the internet. It’s ridiculous they will call anything “cringe” in an effort to seem above or more mature than other people.they’re quick to think they know everything and point out some small thing someone does and exaggerate it. For example somebody posts on social media, Reddit: “ThEy MuSt Be A nArCiSsISt”, no maybe they just like updating the people who care and taking fun pictures. They make fun of people who proclaim themselves woke yet I’ve been told so many times in Reddit arguments that just because I disagree “I’m not paying attention to society” and “I need to open my eyes” as if they’re somehow geniuses who know more than most people in society even though almost everyone in the world is painfully average. It’s so odd since it’s condemned here but so many people are painfully arrogant they just show it slightly differently.
Edit: thanks for the award, I’m glad some people agree!
I don't want this to sound like a rant. It's not, it's really just me issuing some facts.
You can call me bad, or whiney, or whatever you want. But anyone plat or above knows: THE AWP IS WAY TOO GOOD
There is little to no counterplay against the AWP. Flashes are far and few between, and often don't last long enough to make any real difference. That's the reason it's good, not amazingly outrageously meta in CS.
The fact that Jett, a bad character, is a good character ONLY because of her ability to use the AWP, is really the most glaring piece of evidence.
It's absurdly frustrating to be an amazing rifler and be outclassed at all ranges but 5m (This is not me, not an amazing anything tbh).
It needs to be nerfed for the overall longevity of the game. It's boring to see every match play out the same. (Not to mention how funny it would be to see all the players dip to gold once the crutch weapon gets nerfed)
In fact, I can tell you the exact way a game plays out all the way up to low immortal (Can't vouch for anything higher)
Win pistol round (optional)
Save up money
Buy 2-3 phantoms/vandals, 2-3 awps
Hold angles on CT, or aggressively peek on T.
Win. Or lose if you are worse at aggressively peeking.
It takes very little skill to use this gun. All you have to do is have basically solid aim and learn it's movement parameters.
Entire site holds are based around who holds the AWP.
It's a legitimate crutch.
Counter Strike doesn't have this to such a severe degree. The maps are set up different, and utility is more available, making team play an amazing counter.
Valorant and CS should not be the same games, but CS has had a tried and true formula for simultaneous fun and competitive gameplay. And the main ingredient is definitely not the Valorant AWP.
Valorant is unique and has interesting gameplay, and I understand that it needs to flesh itself out. But this needs to flesh out soon.
Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk (God this is a mess of a post)
Why don't Democrats lean into economic superiority more? Trump and Republicans claim they build strong economies but by every measure (GDP, change in employment, S&P growth, deficit) Obama and Clinton beat both Bush's and Trump (even his pre covid numbers) across the board. They don't just beat them by a little either, it's a slaughter.
7-9 of the worst 10 states in anything (poverty, obesity, teen pregnancy, etc) are deep red states line Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, W Virginia, etc. Plus red states receive more than they pay in taxes as a whole.
On a county level, Trump won something like 85% of counties. Yet somehow those counties only make up roughly 1/3 of our GDP. Also I believe there was a study that 97 of the poorest 100 counties are red.
For a minute, forget the climate denial, the poor handling of disasters, the religiosity, and the bigotry. There isn't a single macroeconomic statistic at any level in the last 30 years that makes the Republicans favorable.
So, why don't Democrats lean into this? It's objective and overwhelming.
😂 as my brain came up with this statement I realised I was part of the problem.
An interesting revelation.
I feel like I am better/smarter than most people I interact with (work, friends, family) and what I say/do is usually the right thing and others are wrong. Sometimes it is hard for me to see their point of view and feel like other people are very delusional. Other than that I feel that I have low self esteem and think myself as boring person and can't figure out why some people are interested in me. Anyone else feel this way?
I’ve frequently heard it said that the Red Army was an artillery army that contained an unusually powerful tank branch. I’ve heard that description applied from the Interwar onwards.
That seems to imply that the Red Army was supplied and equipped to dominate a conventional war (European, Japanese-Soviet or Sino-Soviet border) through indirect fires. Yet I hear relatively little about advantages achieved compared to their top-shelf tanks and airpower.
Could anybody shed some light?
TLDR down below.
This happened a year or two ago, and yes, I made some mistakes through this exchange I will own up to those. But it still bugs me how it was all ended. Note, all names are changed for the purpose of this story.
So, my boyfriend, Mark, and I were heading to one of his friends’ place to play dnd. His friend, John, was the dm. At the time Mark and I were travelling an hour to an hour and a half one way to get to John’s place. We took public transit at the time as unfortunately Mark’s car was unavailable. I had also been booking the time off from work so I could attend. We get invited into the facebook group and find out when the next session of the campaign will be.
We go for our first session and it’s at John’s place. It was around winter, and for reference we live in Canada. After taking off my shoes in their entrance way, we get introduced for the first time to John’s fiancé, Alice. Alice, politely said hi. We say hi back, and Mark and I go to sit at the table by the two other available seats by the wall. The table was pushed up close to the wall, but had enough room for us to sit. I do not recall John or Alice mentioning to hang my jacket up in the closet. So, I neatly placed it on the back of my chair and sat down. John and Alice had an item (I think it was an infuser) plugged into the wall by the chairs we sat in. So, this infuser thing, was sitting on another surface which had an incline. Additionally the cord was taught along the wall so when I sat down with my jacket on the back of the chair, the cord must have been snagged by my winter jacket’s sleeve and fell. Immediately, Mark and I apologize and offer to replace it. Both Alice and John pick it up and dismiss this offer. Important to note, Alice is NOT a player in this campaign.
We eventually get into the game, while I am feeling awful at what happened, they seemed not too bothered by it so I move on. My character in this was an illusionist gnome wizard. I made her have more utility focused spells, and she dealt most of her damage via cantrips. Nothing super overpowered combat wise, but she could let me flaunt my creativity and have fun with her in combat or roleplaying. The other characters are not important for the purpose of this story. Aside from the infuser incident first session is fine. And the second session was alright as well. The third session, had been titled, (he liked to add titles to each session via the facebook group) “Shopping Spree”. We picked up where we l... keep reading on reddit ➡
Because people here can write twenty-line essays, put in complicated words here and there, and complete their essay with numbers without context, they think they are better informed and that what they say makes sense when it doesn't.
Despite the fact that there are no harassment, doxxing and that moderators are present to monitor the various interactions between members, fans here are just as susceptible as on Twitter.
So yes, when I see "I don't want this place to become like Twitter! "or "Me using Twitter? No way! I'd rather stay here, people are much more mature », it makes me laugh softly.
How many of you are able to accept constructive criticism about your favourite band without getting angry? The percentage is very low. Why? Because a lot of you just read between the lines and jump on the reports button as soon you see anything negative.
In conclusion: We are as susceptible as Twitter fans. This is not an insult. It is just time to admit it.
PS: I'm talking to a handful of people. If you feel attacked, targeted by my publication, it's not my problem.
Hey people. I am by no means an expert, but I'm pretty sure I would be considered better than the average player. I'm currently mythic iii and throughout my ranking up in the 2 seasons I've played, have found out how disgustingly terrible and toxic the players from Indonesia can be.
I'm a mage main, Chang'E, Pharsa and Cecilion. I adjust to tank as Atlas and Khufra when needed and have decent WRs overall and this ranked season with those heroes. Many times, I played support mage to the assassin in my team and even played support Popol and Kupa in hyper situations. In so many of the support mage situations, I end up woth higher farm and higher damage and teamfight participation then the indo "carry". So I would say I'm rather flexible. Here's my IGN to just in case you need to know: Zhongbingkuai
Many times, the indonesians will autolock their hero without regard for team composition. We have a Hayabusa already, S2 decides to look Gusion and S3 decides he wants to play Lancelot. All 3 take retribution... Really??? Even when I'm the main midlaner, the bot laner will take a detour from bot to take my blue buff. I find this especially true whenever I play Cecilion, who is starved for mana and needs the blue buff early game to be super effective. Even when it becomes clear that I'm carrying the game, those indonesians would always take both buffs and die. It's infuriating. They always like to start fights even when we are behind in gold and proceed to feed the enemy,widening the gold gap. They don't want to take objectives but chase kills and die in the process. This is why I have recently played more Cecilion than my main Chang'E and 2nd Pharsa, because as long as I stack, I still have a chance to save the late game. And that has happened way too many times. I consider my stacking speed to be pretty fast as Cecilion, averaging about 200+ stacks by the 10 minute mark. My rotations are just about perfect, getting first blood (or assisting) wherever I decide to gank. At the end of the game, even if it ends super early, like 10 minutes, I still do at least 35% of the damage. In games that drag, I end up dealing around 50% damahe. I guess by saying this, I'm trying to convince y'all that I know how to carry games.
But when them indonesians die, all the kontols, babi, anjing come out. Like if you wanna charge into a 1v5, that's on you. When I play Atlas and have no ult, and you decide you wanna fight 2v5, I'm not following you there. I already pinged retreat, so... keep reading on reddit ➡
17 year old professional orca caller Evelyn tells her ten year senior Spanish fiancé that “there’s no such thing at the European dream” and proceeds to call him pretentious while trying to convince him to stay in Claremont forever so they can pick mediocre apples and have fundie family band time.
Her mother and father (who I thought was her brother the first few episodes) take him to a MEXICAN restaurant to make him feel more at home and then call him elitist and try to boo hoo that their child bride’s Instagram groomer doesn’t think they’re cultured enough.
The entire family is so self absorbed, snobby and holier than thou. David very likely had a much better chance at a career in Spain than Claremont NH.
It never ceases to amaze me that some Americans on the show seem to think that we live in the only civilized country around and that we’re superior.
On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, you have someone like Kyle of Kyle and Noon. He was willing to move around to different places- including going back to Thailand for a while.
Who do you think has a bad American Superiority Complex and who do you think was the best at NOT being that way?
The can't accept they lost and think that are the best or deserve to be the best. What caused this community to become like this?
It seems that the majority of this sub and Twitter has devolved into two primary categories. On one side of the coin are those who support and attempt to empathize with flawed human beings i.e. Goose, Indie, Stevie, hell even Chaz and Mangs who, despite being questionable in their behavior clearly are attempting to do what they believe to be the right thing. Whether that be covering for and protecting a close and entrusted friend, denouncing what they believe are "false" accusations, or merely attempting to rationalize the emotions they feel through often flawed logic. The people who express this empathy or attempt to justify flawed behavior are often denounced as willfully ignorant idiots who are too invested in the parasocial relationships they've formed with creators to look at them with a critical lens. Unfortunately this group too often will denounce legitimate criticism with accusations of jealousy, self-righteousness, and moral relativism.
On the other side is a group of people who are often the ones perpetuating this language and dismissal of legitimate empathy and attempts at understanding flawed individuals who just so happen to have a large following. Ironically this group often does not understand that their blind hatred indicates that they also have a form of parasocial relationship with these creators. To spend hours upon hours researching and denouncing people is still a relationship. To act as if you're a detached observer is absolutely ridiculous.
Of course I'm guilty of being invested into all of this as well. I'm fully willing to admit I have formed a parasocial bond with many of these creators. To act as if any person who actively enjoyed any of this content had no such thing is a blatant lie. Hell before this broke loose I was an active viewer of Mangs' content despite being LGBT myself. To avoid the pain of knowing your idols or even simply the creator of something you enjoy actively hates you for existing is necessary to maintain that bond.
But watching the moral paragons crusading around this sub is actively harmful to the way we view those who create content for us to enjoy. To probe and hack into DMs never meant for the public eye is the equivalent of wiretapping a celebrity's house. It is beyond fucking creepy and I cannot believe it is being actively praised. You are actively stalking every crucial detail of these people's lives for any dirt you can get on them. Even if it's done in the name of "justice" it still does not mak... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi all! Semi-rant here, don't know where this will go but screw it.
I grew up in a relatively small town where I was considered the smartest in my school from elementary to 10th grade. My teachers praised my intelligence and my immigrant parents were confident I could get into Ivy schools like MIT. Every time we'd watch TV shows like Fringe or any sciencey media where the character goes to some prestigious college, my mom would make a point to say it out loud and give me a smirk that said "that's your future right there, better get excited!" Same for irl people for that matter: she would tell me about her friend's child who got into MIT, and constantly remind me that she herself went to the most prestigious college in their country by earning perfect marks on her math exams, and that I could easily do the same here in the U.S. I was naive to believe them; after all, I've been told my entire life if I work hard then anything can be achieved, right?
Fast forward to junior year of high school, my parents moved to California in order to qualify for in-state tuition for UCs (I know, this is sort of cheating the system financially i guess? but that's beside the point). Holy moly, I was suddenly thrust into a high school that was twice as large as my previous one, and a relatively intense high school at that. Pretty much everyone had 5+ AP classes and were involved intensely in some extracurricular activity, such as being national chess champions, national math competition winners, you name it. Everyone felt like a character in an anime that had exaggerated, outlandish talents, except they were real.
I quickly felt drowned out. I went from being known and praised by all my teachers and friends as THE SMARTEST, to insignificant and lame. I hadn't taken any AP classes up until that point, and due to conflicts with classes taken at my previous school, I couldn't take AP classes even if I wanted to because I lacked the prerequisites. I was placed in a math class that I breezed through without paying attention at all in class because the upper classes were full, and they rejected my appeal to a higher physics class because they felt "i wasn't ready", despite myself knowing I could learn math quickly. I felt ignored and snubbed. "No one knows what I'm capable of" I fumed to myself, developing a cynical view of all the students at my school whom I viewed as pompous and self righteous. I ended up self studying for the AP Computer Science and AP Calculus BC tests in... keep reading on reddit ➡
Like OKAY we get it your job prospects are probably better than most majors post-grad, relax.
I always hear people saying that stan Twitter is the most toxic place for Kpop stans. And yes, it is toxic, but why do people in the these Kpop subs think that Reddit is not toxic at all? I’ve seen a lot of comments that give off this superiority complex as if Reddit is the most chill, nonbiased, and non-toxic place for Kpop stans. I will admit it is leas toxic than Twitter, but there are still issues here (evidenced with the whole deal going on with unpopulrkpopopinions subs). I don’t mean to offend anyone. I don’t know if I just misunderstand these comments or cannot read the room lol. But these are my thoughts.
I’m a long time lurker and I made an account just to post this here. I’m really sorry if this triggers anyone but I have never heard this opinion before and I was wondering if anyone else felt the same.
I don’t hate my ED. In fact, I like it a lot of the time. It makes me feel superior, because I used to be fat and am now very skinny, and it hasn’t messed up my life in other ways. There might be small complications or annoyances, but no worse than any other “diet” would be. And I think it was worth it to lose weight. Thin privilege is so real and I really like the way I look now. I’m confident, I have lots of friends, and I didn’t really miss out on anything because of the ED.
It’s also made me pretty judgmental, though. Because I’m content being skinny through “suffering” an ED I feel like I look down upon people who are higher weight and eat unhealthily? Like, my fiancé had a plate of cookies for breakfast the other day and I got mad at him because I projected all my own restricting=skinny=attractive=good bullshit onto him. I’m sure this is a ton of internalized fatphobia at work but was wondering if anyone else felt the same way.
I was watching a video that mentioned this case where a man consented to being eaten after death by his friend. After going over the case the youtuber literally says, “how could you eat something with intelligent and compassionate life?!” and all the comments were very similar or agreeing to this statement.
I know for a fact the youtuber isn’t vegan and I doubt everyone agreeing in the comments was either so my question is, why do humans seem to think we are the only species that experiences emotions? Why do people see a moral dilemma with eating someone after they have died and lived a full, free, life but not when animals are tortured from birth and slaughtered not even half way into their life span? I really just don’t understand it, is it simply a superiority complex?
I keep thinking “at least I’m not polluting my body with excess calories” and “at least my organs aren’t suffocating in fat” etc. like as though that makes me better than other people. I feel pride that I exercise so much because exercise is healthy, even though the amount I do is probably really not. My family had lasagne for dinner and I had chicken breast and steamed vegetables and so I’m here thinking that I respect my body and other people don’t respect theirs. I almost want to laugh at myself.
As the title says, minorities want superiority not equality. I say that be first off it's been in my experience that NO ONE is good with "enough."I also believe that if minorities and women finally get what they want they call "equality" i seriously think it won't stop there and would turn out no better than white people. I say that because I see it everywhere on social media, most of them sound no better than the very racist they condemn. It further proofs my point seeing some say "see how it feels" mentally which is damaging as fuck.
You might be interested in this clip from an interview I did recently with Dr Robert Zubrin, head of the Mars Society, about why he believes space superiority will be decisive in any future conflicts between the great powers (similar to air supremacy in WWII): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doeEeh1SqJk
Full interview here if you're interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50T1IfoHnyw&t=1657s
For a country build on slaves and taking away the lands of the native people, only a few generations back, it’s crazy that the country has the reputation of being morally superior.
“OMG Russians interfering in our elections outrageous!” Yet completely ignores the interfering in other countries
“OMG Saudi killed a journalist” Yet hundreds of innocent people are killed by police every year and systemic racism.
“Sanctions on aggressive Russia and Iran” But let’s bomb and destroy the Middle East
“Why are we allowing the Holocaust to happen again with Chinese concentration camps?” But nothing compares to the Holocaust and a more similar comparison would be Japanese internment camps or current border camps or Guantanamo. Yet no one ever says why are we making the same mistake like these ones.
Everyone wants to be that online justice warrior but no one wants to take accountability in fixing their own communities first.
Does anybody else have this? Idk how to describe it, I sometimes feel like I am better than other people at stuff but also that I'll never be as good as them at anything at the same time? Like what the fuck?
So folks, I'm a huge d1 and d2 fan and recently I have gotten back into d3. What I would like to know is what if anything did d3 do better than previous titles? Although I found d3 to be lighter in tone I have still quite enjoyed it tho it seems to be less class orientated and all about gear. So...what did Blizzard improve upon?
The whole concept of labeling people who are not witnesses as “worldly” and the constant propaganda the org pushes that “worldly” people never have your best interest in mind and they’re selfish people seriously distorts your way of seeing people.
My little brother talks about his friends at school and my mom will interrupt him and say “not friends-classmates.” Like wtf he’s 11! My parents show so much hypocrisy because when it comes to me seeing my friends from work my mom goes off about Covid and how I don’t know who my friends have been in contact with, yet she was on zoom yesterday planning some going away party with some sisters from meeting.
My boyfriend is “worldly” and his family has always been so hospitable and kind and have even showed love to my parents. The other day I asked them if we could invite his parents over sometime for dinner maybe when the pandemic is over and they laughed !!! They looked so genuinely shocked that I asked that and my mom was like no and when I asked why she said “cause this is my house and when you have your own place you can have them over.” I’m positive if I was dating a witness boy they would have no issues.
It’s so stupid and hypocritical I just had to rant :(
I previously had this on another Reddit and was told it would probably fit better over here so If you are seeing it again that’s why lol
I’m not a fan of the superiority complexes, double standards and pure bullying Stan Twitter normalizes
Idk if anyone has posted anything like this recently but I just want to get something off my chest that I have been seeing a whole lot more recently. Just bare with me lol
Like I said in the title I’m not a fan of the superiority complexes that are normalized on twitter. Trust me I’m not bashing anyone or saying everyone is like this but it is a loud minority. For example even tho (you can probably tell by my user) My ult group is BTS it really bothers me when Army’s (or any other fandom) acts superior to any other group or bash another fandom. It just seems really unnecessary and it makes the entire idea of stan culture become undesirable to ppl. I also don’t like how twit stans in general feel like they are better than ig, TikTok, YouTube stans. We all are doing the same thing, having pages dedicated to our favs what makes yours better than someone else’s? Like ik it’s a running joke that ig stans are late and cringey but tbh that’s really not true. All of the pages I follow are literally always keeping up with what is going on. And quite honestly we should thank YouTube stans because they are the ones who really help newer fans get into things and learn more. Yes, some videos are cringey and dated but I feel like they still hold a good purpose as a introduction. Ik when I first got into kpop YouTube stans were the ones who made me more interested with their funny videos or crash course type vids to help you learn more about the members.
Double Standards- okay army’s im going to be mainly coming for you in this one please don’t get upset. BTS is my ult group and the easiest one for me to use as a example 🙂. But the most current issue I want to talk about is the RM dating scandal and Tae dating scandal. As we all probably know by now twit stans were joking around and trended the namjoon boyfriend thing when he posted the picture of him and someone and blocked the other persons face out. It was funny at first but then it truly did start to get out of hand in my opinion when it had multiple trending hashtags and ppl kept speculating/actually looking for the person. I felt as if we should mind our business because he blocked out the persons face for a reason. If he wanted us to know he would’ve let it be out but... keep reading on reddit ➡
Aren't you Vikings tired of the knights superiority in this game? All S tier heroes already belong to them and now we're getting yet another Warden-esque clone with more op feats than Oath Breaker. Samurais aren't in a better situation either, they literally had a level 4 feat considered a top unblockable so BP can have easier time flipping it (easier I said because he already could flip it) Something must be done, the game isn't about the Knights only, at this rate we won't be able to compete, or should we just play heroes we don't like so we don't lose? I don't know if this is considered ranting and will be removed but I think it's obvious by now that the devs are trying to satisfy the majority of the community which mainly consists of the Knights so they don't lose players.
As someone who’s half black, I’ve noticed this in a lot of the younger people in my family. Older people tend to talk a lot about good things black people have done, have pride in black accomplishments, etc. This comes from a time when it was very hard for black people to advance in life at all
A lot of younger people focus on black people Beijing better than other races. There’s memes all over about being better at sports, smarter, ordained by some god, being the “ chosen” people, how melanin has magic powers, how we “descended from kings.”
If black people are “better” than black people must be “different” than white people. At its core, this belief system is just an inverted form of racism. It tricks black people into recreating the same system that enslaved us
Racism is only going to get worse because of this. We already have enough white supremacists. Viewing everything through a racial lens is the fastest way to reinforce society’s racial biases.
**edit: Inverted racism doesn’t mean anything besides they’re turning it back onto people they think are racist towards them. It’s not qualifying it or making it less bad than just “racism”. It’s like saying “patronizing sexism” vs “violent angry sexism. I used it as a descriptor to explain that it’s different than some other forms of racism
Rubberized soles creaked on crumbling concrete. The sounds of applause echoed throughout the building, the echoes warped and distant.
The Human knew what they were doing. They had always know what they had to do. They had never expected it this way.
A small, dried flower lay strewn in the empty hallway. It's dull red petals opposed the grey rubble and mess around it. It's colour caught the Human's eye. The Human saw it's dried form, far from what it once was, and remembered. They remembered the red flowers of their old home. They remembered the way the wind had blown them. Those flowers were gone now. A new complex sat there, producing more and more to satiate the demands. But to the Human, they still danced in the wind.
The Human stepped over the rubble on the floor. Chunks of concrete and ruined possessions of whoever had once lived here. Books lay torn and soiled, clothes ripped and cast away. Faded and ruined pictures peaked from below rusted rebar and rotting wood.
The Human moved up the Building's stairs. A pile of textbooks lay in a corner, loose leaves filled with notes and sketches flicked in the stale wind. They sat alone in the corner, a monument to a lost chance. The Human remembered their chance. They remembered their friends, their family. They remembered who had taught them, how had guided them. They remembered the announcement. Everyone had told them how lucky they were to still have the chance. They had felt that way at first.
They remembered the new teachers. They remembered the new lessons. They weren't lucky. They deserved this chance. They were Human. They were the strongest.
The door to the roof sat ajar, swirls of grey dust forming small hurricanes at it's base. The Human grabbed the handle, and stopped.
Were they going to do this? Actually do this? Was it… the right thing?
It was too late regardless. The turning point was several miles and several years ago. They had to do it.
Was it the right thing?
The Human remembered what they were fighting for. They remembered their closest friend, and knew. They remembered their teachers. They remembered who had helped them. They remembered their family. All loved them. They loved them all.
And now they were gone.
If they were lucky.
The Human hoped they were. But they had doubts. Luck was only for Humans. That's what the New Teachers had said.
The New Teachers had said a lot of things were only for Humans. Things like Cars. Things like Businesses. Things like Houses. Th... keep reading on reddit ➡