You learn from losing. You don't learn from winning all the time. Hard truth.
@hasher2288, when you lose the game as much as I have, winning really seems pointless.
@SirLordKraftDinner, then you keep trying. Get up and do it. Do it slightly differently or harder or smarter. Each time you improve, you win even if you lost that round.
@hasher2288, tell that to all the Helicopter parents who insist that their child is special and unique, and deserving of a prize, regardless of how poorly they did.
@hasher2288, i learn that everyone but me sucks.
@hasher2288, true. You need to lose to win.
@SirLordKraftDinner, Speaking of that, you just did.
I learned this playing dragonball fighterz. The more you play, the more you lose... but you also win more too. I’ll fight 2 dozen matches and only win 2, but then go on a win streak of a dozen matches the next day
I know Jonathan Horton, and he told me that he got to the Olympics by failing 100 times a day. He is really really short, unrelated but, he is barley 5 feet tall.
@YaBoiDoodleBob, did he hear a who? Also I don’t know what event/sport he does.
@Korywitak, Olympic Gymnast.
@YaBoiDoodleBob, gay. Jk that’s awesome he can say he’s one of the best in the world at something. And gymnasts are pretty buff so he probably bags plenty of chicks.
@Korywitak, at 5'2 with a wife and a 4 year old half his height I'd be surprised.
This thing we call failure is not the falling down, but the staying down.