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The most fun I’ve had on Polygon, a story about a man’s life as an asshole

The worst thing about being an asshole is the sheer volume of it.

Every asshole is an asshole, every jerkass is a jerkass, every bigot is a bigot.

And every one of us is a little bit of every one.

When you have a lot of asshole, you have to be aware of the amount of asshole you have, or you risk falling victim to the most annoying thing in the world: the feeling that you’re being treated unfairly.

We’ve all been there, and in most cases, we just don’t notice it.

We don’t think much about it, and it just gets worse from there.

That’s because we’re not being noticed.

And when we’re being recognized, we’re less likely to care.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been approached by people who have approached me with the idea that I’m being treated poorly for my opinion.

They’re not trying to be rude or insulting, but they’re really interested in the way I see things.

The idea that they have a reason to be treating me like an asshole doesn’t bother me, because I’ve always been treated fairly, regardless of how wrong I might think I am.

I was born into an upper-middle-class family and have always been a successful, successful person.

But now that I’ve made it to a place where my opinions don’t matter, I’ve learned to care less and less.

I’ve stopped thinking about my opinions as a matter of fact.

Instead, they’re the way things are.

And they’re what makes life worth living.

And in that sense, it’s pretty easy to see why it’s been hard to see what I’m saying as a compliment.

It’s easy to assume that because I have an opinion, I must be doing something wrong.

But it’s also easy to feel bad when someone tells you something you think you know is wrong.

It feels like you’re betraying your friend or your boss, but it’s not true.

It doesn’t feel like you’ve been duped.

The fact that I am an asshole isn’t really my fault.

It just happens to be what I do.

My wife is a nice, thoughtful person who does a lot for the community.

She’s not an asshole.

She just doesn’t like how my views have been treated.

It makes me think that she’s wrong and I’m doing something to hurt her feelings.

And she can tell.

I don’t always agree with her, and she can probably see that I don

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