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I'm Amanda. I'm 19. I tend to like things. I especially like making lists about myself, other people and my viewpoints. I also like animals, feeling safe, remembering things and looking at / taking pictures. Some things I DON'T like include math, vomit, conflict and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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  • Arrogance. In ANYONE. Number One cause of friendship or love relationship ruining in my book.
  • People who look down on ANYONE at all, including (but not limited to) their best friends, family members, and even sometimes their own enemies. (This is the same as arrogance - but I felt it had to be put down twice)
  • People who live their life according to religion and use it to judge other people. I haven't met a lot of people that are genuinely like that, though I know many who are religious - but the rare person that is makes me sick.
  • Two-faced behaviour; people who are friendly to you and talk to you when they secretly hate you.
  • I hate it when people do not think critically and do not gather all the facts about a situation before judging someone.
  • People who don't give others second chances, out of prejudgement and situational drama.
  • Bad listeners.
  • Parents who abuse their children, even in the most subtle of ways. Maybe ESPECIALLY in the most subtle of ways, as that way - no one will ever believe their kid. (
  • Racism.
  • People who avoid other people with bad histories; there is always a chance that you will become, are, or could be that person.
  • When people confuse cruelty for strength, especially in a man (especially when in a relationship with said man).
  • People who don't DO anything about the negative parts of our world.
  • When my parents say "We don't talk about that" when I announce to someone new that I have PTSD. The truth is, it makes my relationships far simpler to just admit it right away.
  • Doing things in public, especially arguments and personal things. Those things deserve to STAY personal. It's a respect and responsibility thing.
  • AFV and anything that mocks people who get hurt.
  • Rape jokes.
  • People who call me, or anyone else, crazy. (at least in a literal sense).
  • Liars and dishonesty.
  • Manipulation.
  • The thought that my actions have prevented me from being truly happy.
  • People who do not respect other people and give them the attention that they deserve. (Within reason. If you're depressed or something, then it's understandable if you are angry with people or that you're avoiding them. But eventually, you have to remember that you DO have them to live for. If you know what I mean.)
  • People who don't live responsibly. (If you react badly to alcohol and drugs, don't take them. If you have a destructive habit, try to break it. It doesn't matter how long it takes, as long as it does happen.) (Homework doesn't really count, because most people don't do it anyway and a lot of people just don't need to).
  • Over-dramatic people.
  • Hearing kids / babies crying, whining or demanding (it always makes me very sad) and especially when their parents give into it.
  • Wet socks.
  • Traveling on an airplane.
  • Painfully chapped lips.
  • Sweating.
  • Not being able to make my own choices!
  • Uncontrollable greed. The ability to become so selfish over something that it ruins or messes with relationships.
  • Boringness. Grayness. The ability to feel empty. The ability to be without passion, to completely conform, to be boring and weak... both in myself and others.
  • Passive aggression.
jan 29 2011 ∞
oct 16 2011 +