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People who care more about having a good time than responsibilities they have taken up. Also enablers. There's a limit to these sorts of things. Usuually it is a passive dislike, but...

...anyway, that is alll. For now, at least.

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  1. Kagerou's Avatar
    I care more about having a good time than responsibilities. Life should be enjoyed and it's too short to spend time worrying about what should be done. If you enjoy something, you should keep doing it because it makes you happy. ^_^
  2. The Outrage's Avatar
    And if these responsibilities are for the benefit of others, and you neglect it for your own pleasure resulting in their lives being a little bit worse, simply because you wanted yours to be a little bit better, what does that make you?

    For example, you make a promise to go out with your friend on Friday night (a responsibility even if it's "going out") and they've been looking forward to this, and suddenly, you feel like playing video games instead and ditch them.

    Or you're a parent, and its your responsibility to sit through your child's little league game even though you don't want to, and you don't, how does that make the child feel?

    If you want to defer your responsibilities for your own enjoyment, then that's fine. Just don't defer your responsibilities at the expense of others.
  3. Reila's Avatar
    You probably wouldn't like me then. Having good times is my priority in life, the point of living for me is nothing but have fun. I avoid responsibilities like a plague. Guess I am one of these annoying zen people and I am okay with that.
  4. System Error's Avatar
    Whoa whoa now take it easy @Stahl; and @Reila. There's a difference between what you're talking about and what I'm talking about. I'm talking about someone who made a commitment to do something, and then doesn't appear to be very committed to it at all. I'm talking about someone who - in the eyes of someone else - doesn't even seem to have a sense of responsibility at all. Someone who, all the facts considered, really makes you ask questions as to their true motivations. There's nothing wrong with living a life of fun, but I've talk to people nearly devoid of morals in more detail about this, and they were as much like "that's just wrong, man." as nice, kind people.

    @The Outrage; - That's sort of the situation. Except it's not. But the same idea is in-place - enjoying oneself to the point of being self-centered, whether it's for being unaware or apathetic.


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