This phrasing is funny to me. What does “pre-botw” mean??? Does it mean he hasn’t played it yet or does it mean he hates it so much that he thinks Zelda was better before it???My barber is a fan of both Zelda (pre-BotW) and Pokémon.
I spoke to him instead of just awkwardly sitting there as I usually do.
I think he means he was into the series before BotW was released--which BotW attacted a lot of non-fans of the Zelda series because of it being open-world.This phrasing is funny to me. What does “pre-botw” mean??? Does it mean he hasn’t played it yet or does it mean he hates it so much that he thinks Zelda was better before it???
You're not useless just because you aren't being used. Your worth is not determined by whether your family use you to perform heavier manual tasks. And it doesn't really matter what they think.ever since i was a kid, my sister always teased me for being physically weak. it was just her name calling at first, but it turned into exclusions when my dad needed help with things, he'd always go to my sister because i had a reputation as a weakling. im still alienated by this two decades later and its so ****ing humiliating because im not weak anymore! why why does this
my family doesnt take me seriously im useless
It's hard to get rid of that idea of someone when they have always been a certain way. If you met new people they wouldn't hold that opinion of you.when you're nine years old and only weighed 40 pounds because you had no ****ing appetite is it really surprising that you lacked the stamina to do much at all? but why am i still being held to those standards now? my sister and dad do tasks requiring labor without me because they still think im just deadweight and its really dehumanizing. even when my sister isnt around like when i helped my dad move my grandmas stuff to her nursing home, he only let me move certain things because he doubts me. all im good for is watching other peopel work