What do you do that is not socially acceptable?

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10 Jan 2013, 3:10 pm

I'm probably oblivious to many things that I do that are socially unacceptable so I can't post about them.

I never shave.
I don't shower daily.
I never wear make-up.



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10 Jan 2013, 4:31 pm

I don't talk enough to people, have been yelled at for not saying hello to people even though they never said hello to me first.
I don't make eye contact when talking to people.
I get anxious and fidgety when I am talking to someone one-on-one.
I slurp everything I drink.



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12 Jan 2013, 8:11 am

According to people, my socially inacceptable behaviour are mostly:
-not shaving much
-not wearing make-up, unless in a very special occasion
-not washing my hair/taking a shower every day
-not wearing tight dresses, because according to people, girls of 15 shouldn't wear only comfortable, but not attractive, clothes like I do
I shave only if someone is there to remember me, or I will soon forget it, because I don't really care. However, I shaved a few days ago, so I'm ok for some time now. I wear make-up only if my mother suggests me to do so, though most of the times I won't, even if she does. I don't need to take a shower/wash my hair every day. I do it only when I stink, and most of the times someone must remember me to do it. I'll never wear tight dresses, because they're uncomfortable.



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12 Jan 2013, 8:47 am

Wait... not wearing make up is socially unacceptable? That's preposterous!


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12 Jan 2013, 9:04 am

CyclopsSummers wrote:
Wait... not wearing make up is socially unacceptable? That's preposterous!

It is. But you know, I'm 15, and most girls of my age wear make-up, and also many adult women do. Therefore, also not wearing make-up makes me the "weird one". Well, not that my current classmates care much. The classmates I had 2 years ago seemed to care more about it, and were always asking me why I didn't wear make-up. Now no one asks me, though I remember another girl telling me a few months ago that I should wear some make-up.



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12 Jan 2013, 2:07 pm

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12 Jan 2013, 7:01 pm

Giggle at my private jokes in class. Sometimes I blurt them and I am the only one laughing.


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12 Jan 2013, 7:31 pm

I call The Dark Knight overrated.



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12 Jan 2013, 7:39 pm

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12 Jan 2013, 9:32 pm

Jory wrote:
I call The Dark Knight overrated.

They ruined Bane (and Batman) on a new, horrifying level.



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12 Jan 2013, 11:51 pm

chlov wrote:
CyclopsSummers wrote:
Wait... not wearing make up is socially unacceptable? That's preposterous!

It is. But you know, I'm 15, and most girls of my age wear make-up, and also many adult women do. Therefore, also not wearing make-up makes me the "weird one". Well, not that my current classmates care much. The classmates I had 2 years ago seemed to care more about it, and were always asking me why I didn't wear make-up. Now no one asks me, though I remember another girl telling me a few months ago that I should wear some make-up.


I don't wear make-up, either. It feels too heavy on my face, and I hate that feeling.



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13 Jan 2013, 7:41 am

noxnocturne wrote:
chlov wrote:
CyclopsSummers wrote:
Wait... not wearing make up is socially unacceptable? That's preposterous!

It is. But you know, I'm 15, and most girls of my age wear make-up, and also many adult women do. Therefore, also not wearing make-up makes me the "weird one". Well, not that my current classmates care much. The classmates I had 2 years ago seemed to care more about it, and were always asking me why I didn't wear make-up. Now no one asks me, though I remember another girl telling me a few months ago that I should wear some make-up.


I don't wear make-up, either. It feels too heavy on my face, and I hate that feeling.

Same here. Also, it hurts my skin, like if it was burning it.



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13 Jan 2013, 4:30 pm

Not having a job that is considered a "man job." I don't believe there is such a thing as "gender-specific occupations" and whoever believes in such crap are morons!


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13 Jan 2013, 4:33 pm

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Not having a job that is considered a "man job." I don't believe there is such a thing as "gender-specific occupations" and whoever believes in such crap are morons!


Agreed. Also, 'gender-specific interests/hobbies' and 'gender-specific mannerisms' are, where I'm concerned, an equally nonsensical concept.


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