Why so many "feel-good" threads?
Apr 15, 2006 at 7:06 PM Post #16 of 21

PinkFloyd

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Justification. Like when you buy a Ford car the only other cars you see on the road are Fords. It's all about telling yourself that you weren't crazy making the purchase.... "there's a Ford, there's another, wow I've made the right choice" Justification.

<singing> I feeeeel good (la la la la la la la) like I know that I should (la la la la la la la) I feeeeel Nice (la la la la la la la) sugar and spice (la la la la la la la) </singing>
 
Apr 16, 2006 at 6:32 AM Post #17 of 21

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Why do so many people need to start their own "feel-good" thread?
Is it because some people don't feel good about their purchases per se?
I would say going from a stock earbud to something like PX100 is reason enough for rejoicing.
 
Apr 16, 2006 at 8:14 AM Post #18 of 21

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Ferbose
Why do so many people need to start their own "feel-good" thread?


Because it feels good to do that.
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P.S. if it feels good, do it.
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Apr 16, 2006 at 3:54 PM Post #19 of 21

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Threads like this give me a compulsion to start a "Look what I just got in the Mail!!!" thread.
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