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  1. In school there were a lot of different subjects, often IMO pretty useless stuff like chemistry where I couldn't understand anything at all. But what about human interaction? How to properly hold a conversation, how to be attentive and respectful of other people, how not to be an egotistical douche, how to be a good friend/lover? I was never taught any of this aside from some extremely basic stuff like "treat others the way you want to be treated", which I guess helped a bit but not much. So how am I expected to gain all that knowledge? You could say that it should naturally come with experience. However, I'm 23 years old already and yet I still suck a lot at most of that stuff. So what did I miss? Maybe there was a special class on one of these days when I decided to fake illness, stay home and play some Diablo 2?

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    2. bzzrak

      bzzrak

      Hellbent said:

      Watch the film The Lobster. It's very instructive in this regard.


      Didn't you just make a thread (in EE) about how much the movie sucks?

    3. TheNerdTurtle2

      TheNerdTurtle2

      bzzrak said:

      Didn't you just make a thread (in EE) about how much the movie sucks?


      Yes he did hahaha

    4. SavageCorona

      SavageCorona

      School doesn't teach you anything useful for the real world besides maths and whatever language you speak. I'd like to have been taught things like computer science which I missed out on by 4 years when they introduced it, how to do taxes, how to get a house, how to have a social life and all that stuff. I'm 19, jobless and have like one friend irl so go me.

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