reallyreal2 wrote:eyesthebye2 wrote:yzfr1 wrote:Harahomes you got trolled hard. I wanted to warn you that you were setting yourself up. You learned a valuable lesson on who the resident bear troll is now. Although you have a burning sensation right now it should subside in the morning. However for Reallreal2
This is how he really feels.. every time he logs on to this forum and trolls. This is the root of his anger and bitterness, struggling to make ends meet and getting pushed out of the core of the city. I suppose it's a common theme with the bears. "it's not fair" But I hope this can educate my fellow posters a little more on the psyche of a bear troll. Everyday they are faced with the reality of sky high property prices and no clear solution on what to do with life. They come and try to build up some self esteem by putting others down who have properties. Actually quite sad in ReallyReal2 case... he's not dumb either.
Rather than admit his failure to reach the grapes, the fox rationalizes that they are not really desirable. One commentator argues that the story illustrates the state of cognitive dissonance The fox is taken as attempting to hold incompatible ideas simultaneously, desire and its frustration. In that case, the disdain expressed by the fox at the conclusion to the fable serves at least to reduce the dissonance through criticism. Jon Elster calls this pattern of mental behavior "adaptive preference formation".
Fuck this is funny. You just described every bear on this forum.
I know - some people have convinced themself they are happy in a teardown on Inverness - LOL
drool and envy is what you got