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Voluntary code of conduct

Postby xdisconnectedx » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:37 pm

Do you guys have a voluntary code of conduct for your honor? I'm high functioning and I DO have such a code. Do you guys have one as well? It would be very interesting to know about that.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby solemnlysworn » Wed Dec 26, 2018 5:08 pm

Sometimes. I wave in and out of rules of engagement and conduct. I do value some coded behaviour in what they represent.

Honour, though, I'm not sure I could attribute to my name. I'm probably dishonourable in a lot of ways.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby CandleInTheWindow » Wed Dec 26, 2018 5:30 pm

I have a very good work ethic.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby solemnlysworn » Thu Jan 03, 2019 8:43 pm

Maybe I like it in a kind of narcissistic and playfully sordid way and that's what keeps the disparity cohesive
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby Solowolfpack » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:34 pm

I made this thread almost exactly awhile back and what I got was ohh nooos not a code of conduct. I’m ASPD I don’t have a code of conduct so drop dead!!
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby CandleInTheWindow » Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:23 am

Solowolfpack wrote:I made this thread almost exactly awhile back and what I got was ohh nooos not a code of conduct. I’m ASPD I don’t have a code of conduct so drop dead!!


Ok, don't get bitter.

I'm not even sure what it means anyway.

I never understand all this kind of terminology.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby justonemoreperson » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:59 am

Everyone has a code of conduct. We accept the rules made by others and adopt them. If you don't think you do, then what side of the road do you drive on, why do you wear clothes and not sh1t in the street? We also follow the rules of internet forums.

We adopt codes of conduct to make us more successful in society.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby caspin » Fri Jan 04, 2019 10:14 am

justonemoreperson wrote:then what side of the road do you drive on, why do you wear clothes and not sh1t in the street?


Been there done that. :lol:
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby CandleInTheWindow » Fri Jan 04, 2019 5:49 pm

justonemoreperson wrote:Everyone has a code of conduct. We accept the rules made by others and adopt them. If you don't think you do, then what side of the road do you drive on, why do you wear clothes and not sh1t in the street? We also follow the rules of internet forums.

We adopt codes of conduct to make us more successful in society.


Oh yes I understand now.

I have learned to conduct myself in a way that has made me a more successful member of society.

I don't think is an easy thing to do either.

I used to be quite feral when I look back but at the time I didn't realise it.
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Re: Voluntary code of conduct

Postby Cholls » Sat Jan 05, 2019 1:35 am

Solowolfpack wrote:I made this thread almost exactly awhile back and what I got was ohh nooos not a code of conduct. I’m ASPD I don’t have a code of conduct so drop dead!!

Yeah. That's how it is sometimes. Many people are inconsistent. When someone creates a thread can have a lot to do with its trajectory. Also, the first one or two replies can sway subsequent comments. Try not to take it personally.

justonemoreperson wrote:Everyone has a code of conduct. We accept the rules made by others and adopt them. If you don't think you do, then what side of the road do you drive on, why do you wear clothes and not sh1t in the street? We also follow the rules of internet forums.

We adopt codes of conduct to make us more successful in society.

Frankly, I have often wondered why more people don't sh1t in the street, why more people don't go around dressed like Henry VIII, and other such things. However, I can see why we drive on a particular side of the road--that makes sense. I've always thought society was a crock, and some days it's a real struggle participating in all the effing bull sh1t.

As far as a voluntary code of conduct, there have been people in my life who have taken a stand on my behalf when doing so gave them zero professional benefit. My own mother used to 'throw me under the bus' so often that I thought her behavior was the norm. Consequently, I will go to the ends of the Earth for those who have stood up for me. They have no freaking idea how much it meant.

But, it is easier to 'go with the flow' until society breaks down into lawlessness. In the latter case, I envision having a ***LOT*** of fun.

CandleInTheWindow wrote:Oh yes I understand now.

I have learned to conduct myself in a way that has made me a more successful member of society.

I don't think is an easy thing to do either.

I used to be quite feral when I look back but at the time I didn't realise it.

Frankly, I don't know how I've made it this far without getting arrested.

Speaking of 'feral'. Yeah. I have almost never played by the rules. Often, I have been unaware of rules at all. However, looking and acting the part has a lot to do with how much one can get away with. So, as I age, I've got to dig a little deeper into this 'method acting' thing. It's a lot easier to act when you believe the part that you're playing.
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