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Inflated Self-esteem causes major problems in adults

- by - January 6, 2013 - 19:51 America/New_York - 3 Comments

If you’ve been to a public school since the 1990′s you’ve probably been bombarded with how wonderful and special you are. Everyone gets a trophy, just for showing up. We don’t keep score in sports anymore because a precious little snowflake who can’t walk and chew bubble-gum at the same time might get his feelings hurt if anyone mentioned his lack of natural ability. So, liberal progressive educrats have deemed us all equal in public education, regardless of actual ability or accomplishment. Surprise, surprise, a nation full of narcissistic ninnys is NOT conducive to a healthy society. Who’da guessed?

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  1. Nutjob

    January 6th, 2013

    Funny story,
    I paint and I also enter some contest.
    I won 3rd place for a pet portrait in watercolor, so after the competition and viewing was over I picked my painting up.
    Not only do they have regular placing but they also have the Peoples Choice Award, voted on by visitors, the Best of Show, and Governors Award.
    Imagine my surprise to see 2 ribbons.
    When I ask “whats the other ribbon for” I was told it was a “participation trophy”.

    Bwahahahahaha, I laughed my ass off, they just looked at me and said “everyone gets a ribbon for participating”
    Then why judge them? Why not just give everyone the “Best of Show” or Governors Award”?

    These “everyone is equal assholes are whats fuckin up society and our kids”

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  2. grayscape

    January 6th, 2013

    Thanks to the progshits, most criminals have super high self-esteem.

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  3. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    January 7th, 2013

    Can we stop with the “My kid is student of the month at — school” bumper stickers?!

    EVERYONE’S kid is student of the month! I can get a sticker made and my dogs, rose bushes, and wool coat could be students of the month, too. Gaah!

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