>If that mass of information or >someone saying 'fuck' had that >same impact every single time >it happened, we probably wouldn't >be able to deal with >it. I think that's what my teacher was saying. Like after hearing the word "fuck" for so long, its effects wear off. We never react the same way to it like the ways we reacted when we heard it the first few times.
Maybe also becos, >after the first time, you've >developed a way to handle >it, or you can compare >with that first time. > It loses its effects. It just becomes another word.
As I said yesterday, this all my intelligent thinking for today. I still have another class today, I need to save my brain.
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