I was like 12. Forced my uncle to listen to me reading Linkin Park lyrics out of the CD insert while explaining how this stuff related to me.
I'm tired of being what you want me to be
Feeling so faithless, lost under the surface
Don't know what you're expecting of me
Put under the pressure of walking in your shoes
I distinctly remember saying to my uncle that I felt like I wasn't living up to my parents' expectations, but had no idea how to fix that, or if I even wanted to fix that. 2DEEP4U.
4. We had a guy in our class that was one of those "extreme logic" type of guys that tried to emulate Mr. Spock from Star Trek (we actually called him that). He pretended to have no feelings whatsoever and that anything that wasn't logical to him, made no sense or wasn't important.
He was that kid that would say that he didn't want or need friends because friendship "was just chemicals in the brain", same shit with basically any other emotion such as love.
Basically he would throw off these stupid "Yeah! logic!" comments at inappropriate times. The worst was when the father of a kid in our class died and while we were trying to comfort him he basically shouted at him for crying since according to his logic, dead is dead and there's nothing you can do about it so it made him "angry" to see the kid grieving because of the death of his father.
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