Asshole Quotes (63 quotes)
The Truth Behind Why Men Are Assholes
We are constantly looking at the world through how we feel: when we feel good, the whole world and anyone participating seems good. The more you focus on the bad side of the world the more screwed up it seems. Seriously, get rid of people and other influences that are bringing you down. In my case, it was the best thing that I did. Open your eyes and watch instead of being so focused on yourself. It probably feels next to impossible not to do those things, but once you are determined to stop it and keep from doing them for a while, the urge will go away.
Top definition. The equivalent term of bitch for a man. An inconsiderate, arrogant, uncaring, selfish, borderline sadistic, apathetic, mean, spiteful, dishonorable , bastard of a man who could tempt the Pope into a fight. The guy who ended up with your woman because you were too stupid, drunk, lazy, insert adjective that applies to you , to see that she was leaving you whether he had shown up or not. There's the stuck-up , superficial "i am better than everyone" asshole; There's the " i hate the world and everything in it" asshole; there's the "i'm pretending to be nice to your face, but later i'm going to talk all kinds of shit about you" asshole; goodness In the end, we're all assholes Your current boss.
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You're a hypocrite who thinks you're the best person who has ever lived, but you're not alone. We're all that way, and it's just fine—so long as you forgive everyone else for the shortcomings we all share. Every one of us feels we are the best person we know, and if you don't believe this you're either lying or there's something wrong with you. Before you go write and angry comment or email let's talk about this for a minute. If you could become another person, would you do it? Is there anyone out there that you're absolutely certain would be better than you? If you think you do, you probably don't know enough about this person to be sure or you're suffering from some form of depression.
I was having a talk with my son yesterday, sitting him down and talking about consideration — how to think of others, and not just yourself. People who cut you off in traffic, who cut in front of you in line, who say rude things, who take your parking spot, who hurt your feelings. I realized, when I was having that talk with my son, that I had been rude to someone yesterday. The rest of us need it, I think. What are the consequences of being more considerate? To start with, I think it feels good — we like being kind to others, doing nice things for others, making others happier. Second, it makes our lives better in so many other ways — people will treat you with more respect and kindness, will like you better, will be more likely to want to work with you and be with you.