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The world is filled with nice people. If you cant find one, be one! :D

  1. What's new in this club
  2. Personally, I think i am a nice person. Whether others agree is a different matter all together. I don't particularly care if i am viewed as nice or not. I know the image i want out there and if people think I am nice, it is an added bonus to a brand I like to think I already have. I think being nice is treating people with a basic level of decency and respect. I think being nice is just a natural thing, saying thank you to the cashier and asking how their day is, investing your time into your friends well being. I think everyone is inherently nice, but I think it's something that is placed on the back burner in the hustle and bustle of the world. Don't get me wrong, if someone does you wrong then fuck it, that goes out the window, but I like to think at least trying to be good and a nice person helps others around you. I prefer honesty over niceness anyday, but i find that it is very easy to disguise those two things as one. It is very easy to be use "niceness" as a way of being honest and using "honesty" as niceness in a way to be vindictive, nasty and horrible.
  3. I like to think I go out of my way to be nice to strangers but with close friends or just people I'm fond of, it's not that I'm not nice, I'm just more honest with my actions. A lot of people confuse being blunt with being a dick, and being blunt doesn't make you a dick. It can just come across that way. For example, if a stranger (i.e. someone I just met and don't really know) were to ask me for advice about something personal, I'd be as nice as possible and refrain from upsetting them. With a close friend, that's not the case. I'll be as honest as I can, regardless of whether or not they get upset, because that's their problem. If they asked for advice they're gonna have to deal with whatever I say. But yeah in general I'd say I'm somewhat nice.
  4. How do you define being nice? Probably by the cliche of treating those you get nothing from kindly. I think most people would do a lot for loved ones but what would you do for a stranger? Do you think you're nice? I’d like to think so. Do you actively try to be nice? Only around people who chew with their mouth open. Gotta summon all the strength in the world not to go on a rampage
  5. That's fair. And anyone not being nice can be kicked out of the club! That's what's good about clubs!
  6. Whether I'm actually nice or if people think I'm nice or not nice, that is aside from the point. The reason I created this place is that I want a place for members to come and feel safe knowing no one, at least on this side of things, is going to behave like a douche bag to them, just because they want to. I don't really care too much what others think of me to be honest, I just want a safe space where others can talk about things in their day or the things of their life and have no one behave like a cunt about it.
  7. I'm good to people that are good to me. I activly try to be good to others, hoping they're good to me, but if they're not good to me, then fuck 'em. Aint nobody got time for that shit. My father had a philosophy that I agree with, and that is "it's nice to be nice" an d that means being good to those that are good to you. One can be viewed as a nice person, and still be honest and trustworthy, Let me give you an example, look at ANY of Onion's content on Youtube, he's a dick often and does it under the guise of "honesty" which is total bullshit. In this video here, because Trisha Paytas didnt understand/like Onion's past relationships and marriages, or even his current marriage, he lashed out and called her a ninja turtle and Fiona from Shrek, which was entirely uncalled for. I think he should have just stuck to the topics at hand rather than attacking her physical appearance because she and him don't have the same moral compass as one another. This happens in the first twenty seconds of this video. This is just an example of my point here and why i think it's good to be good to everyone you meet. Someone can very well be honest and truthful, but also can be kind and considerate to others, Not all truths NEED to be said ALL the time. Am I suggesting anyone lie? of course not, I would never suggest such a thing, but I think it's nice to be nice and take others into account before letting that bold and brazen honesty fly. My response to his comment pretty much sums up my feelings.
  8. How do you define being nice? Do you think you're nice? Do you actively try to be nice? Personally, I like to tell people that I'm the nicest nasty person you'll ever meet. I'm a tolerant person, and I'm generous and nice to my friends and family. I always stick to my word, and I don't go out of my way to hurt other people. However, I am blunt, I am unapologetic, and I often lack remorse. If someone wrongs me, the gloves are off and there are no limits. I don't particularly care about being viewed as a nice person. I prefer to be viewed as honest and trustworthy rather than nice.
  9. Yes it has..I will be sitting with a friend who has a thick New York accent ..and I will start talking in that accent..Same with the a friend from the South..I will do the same..now that's happened to me..I usually don't know I am doing it until someone points it out lol
  10. Hasn't happened to me, but I know people that it has happened to.
  11. Have you ever been talking to anyone with a different accent than your own, as in something vastly different from yours, from another part of the country you live in or a different country altogether, and then you pick up their accent? I don't mean over time, I mean like right away. and then have to apologize profusely because the person thinks you're mocking them when you really aren't? When I was younger, I lived in New Jersey and would travel to Philly often, both of which have distinct accents, Jersey and Philly are kind of similar, but both distinct at the same time. Then when a little older my family moved to the south west, which again is very much different. I heard people say things I wasn't used to saying myself like "Fixin' ta" and soon I picked it up. To use that in a sentence
  12. Can't take kids anywhere these days!
  13. Okay so a few days ago, I went to the store with my daughter and I kind of knew the guy in passing, as he used to be a home health aide for my neighbors, and I'm friends with my neighbors, so we visit sometimes. Last year, I invited my neighbors to Thanksgiving, being they were two elderly men and couldn't do much cooking, and I wanted to share. When they came over, they brought their Aide guy along, his name was Chris and he was a pretty nice guy. As Zee and I walk into the store, Chris says Hi to me, I return the greetings and then we walk away to get a soda. At this point, Zee asked me how I knew him, as she forgot he was over for Thanksgiving last year...I tell her the above, and think nothing of it. We go to the checkout and as I'm there, Zee starts singing "Mommy and Chris, sitting in a tree!" .......... I have NO interest in this guy, but my kid was making it sound like I did..... I was like "Zee, that's awkward." and she stopped singing that song and apologized. Then Chris starts telling me when he will be at the neighbor's house, I smiled and nodded and quickly left the store after paying. Oh man I was so embarrassed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  14. Not much, probably, but it depends on what you mean by "nice", because there is a huge spectrum of possibilities. I mean, it would be great with no conflict, but with perfect peace comes a lack of action. One would think the great minds of the world undivided would create and advance technology much faster and better in all walks of life, and we would become a utopia, but I also think that progress requires friction. If we were all "nice" to one another, would there be critics to tell us when we've fucked something up? How would we grow? On the other hand, maybe it would be our "peak of humanity", so to speak. Once conflict is resolved, progress is no longer necessary, because where can we go from here? If we can live together right where we are without the desperate need to "become better" or "move forward", that may not be such a bad thing, but it's all very subjective.
  15. That's the kinda thing I like to tell people who are suicidal. I always say that when you die, there is absolutely nothing. Sure, there's no suffering, but there's also no joy. When you are alive, even if you are depressed, even if you feel like shit all the time, there will always be something that gives you even the smallest ounce of joy. That might be a TV show you love, a movie you watch, a meal you eat, or a video game you play. Maybe it's even a certain conversation you have with someone. There will be at least one small thing. I always say that having that little bit of pleasure, no matter how small, is better than having none at all.
  16. We'd all wake up, cause it'd just be a dream.
  17. Everyone's got something good going for them, everyone does, even if that other thing is waking up, eating food, just whatever you have in life that is considered good, let's talk and give thanks.
  18. What would happen if just for a day, everyone in the world was very nice to one another, no war, no murder, no corruption of the human race, for as much as possible for a day! What would happen? To be real, this would never happen, but what if it did? What would the world be like for that day! Let's dream together! <3
  19. What is the nicest thing you have ever done?
  20. I'm alright at the moment. A little stressed though cause I'm trying to edit a bunch of videos to get ahead of my new upload schedule. I finally made a schedule for the first time ever, and I have videos I need to make for my main channel and my gaming channel, PLUS certain exclusive and early videos for Patrons.
  21. Hey, just wanting to make a thread where people can check in, tell me about their day or just well, most anything!
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