The thing I most dislike about the internet is the lack of understanding that people grow/change.

Like something you said four years ago is held against you now.

Like it’s still part of your character/profile. It makes me scared sometimes because I spent the last ten years heavily on the Internet and I’m sure I said a lot of stupid shit.
I am happy to be held accountable for things I have said in the past but to use them to judge my character now is totally unfair.
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    Well, it’s not really just on the internet that people do this. My mother, in fact, does this on an almost weekly basis...
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    It’s one thing when you and your friends go searching for your old stuff and laugh at how young and stupid you used to...
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    I’m a 30 year old woman who has been online in one form or another since I was a pre-teen. I have said a lot of stupid...
  16. kiffaanngissuseq said: If you look back at your younger self and think: “Oh my - was I stupid back then!”; then you are doing something right! :)
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