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#1 Posted by AcidBrandon18 (651 posts) -

I recently resigned from my universities local fraternity and it feels kind of weird. I didn't agree with how everything was being run so I decided to quit before our initiation ceremony on the 3rd. I'm still trying to decide if what I did was the right thing. I no longer have to pay $77 every month for dues and will have more free time to invest into my studies, but at the same time I'm kind of leaving behind a group of some really cool guys. So I'm asking you. Have you ever quit something before and didn't know if it was the right thing?

#2 Edited by tarvis (75 posts) -

I quit University because I didn't enjoy school. That could have gone poorly.

#3 Posted by AcidBrandon18 (651 posts) -

@tarvis: I take it you were able to get a good job?

#4 Posted by Tim_the_Corsair (3065 posts) -

Several jobs and didn't regret any of them.

If you're unhappy (especially in terms of ethics and morals) then don't stay

#5 Posted by laserbolts (5309 posts) -

I quit smoking after 6 years. Used to smoke at least a pack a day. I just woke up one morning and after spitting some disgusting awfulness up I started to ask myself some very important questions. Why am I smoking and am I really to weak to quit? Stopped cold turkey and haven't touched a cigarette in 4 years.

#6 Posted by AcidBrandon18 (651 posts) -

@laserbolts: Thats good to hear! I quit soda, but that isn't as big as quitting smoking.

#7 Posted by TyCobb (1924 posts) -

@AcidBrandon18 said:

@laserbolts: Thats good to hear! I quit soda, but that isn't as big as quitting smoking.

Nobody likes a quitter. See things through until the end. That's my motto. *puff*

#8 Edited by I_Stay_Puft (2590 posts) -

I quit growing a beard. I have the Patrick Kelepek syndrome, It just won't happen... *sigh*

#9 Posted by ajamafalous (11590 posts) -

I quit playing football (in high school (lol)).

#10 Posted by Klei (1768 posts) -

I quit school, became a writer.

I quit being fat, started training, became fit.

#11 Posted by tarvis (75 posts) -

@AcidBrandon18: That was actually twelve years ago. I did get a job, but it was just in time for the dot com bubble burst. So that job quit me and I was eventually laid off. And short version, totally white collar employed.

#12 Posted by devilzrule27 (1235 posts) -

I just quit this thread! :)

#13 Posted by TobbRobb (4401 posts) -

I quit trying to become something. Because I don't know what something is.

That was a load of my shoulders.

#14 Posted by WickedFather (1713 posts) -

Me and a few of my scientific chums were working on something called the Manhatten Project. I thought it was for making pastrami sandwiches but it turned out to be more sinister. Almost 3 times more sinister so I quitteded it.

#15 Posted by DukesT3 (1853 posts) -

Just high school football, and two relationships.

#16 Posted by Fallen189 (4908 posts) -

My job because I wanted to move to South Korea and teach English 

#17 Posted by Cramsy (1160 posts) -

I quit not having any aspirations and being content with the life I was given. Best quit ever

#18 Posted by TheHumanDove (2394 posts) -

I have quit so many goddamn things. And I dont regret it.

As a person, you're not obligated to be a part of anything you don't want to be. It's a freedom, and it's fucking beautiful. Enjoy it.

#19 Posted by BabyChooChoo (4036 posts) -

I quit life.

I'm a ghost bee tee dubs.

Online
#20 Posted by TooWalrus (12970 posts) -
#21 Posted by Rxanadu (498 posts) -

@ajamafalous said:

I quit playing football (in high school (lol)).
#22 Edited by believer258 (11035 posts) -

Yes, a job at a Subway. I was only going to get three hours that week and despite really needing cash I decided my time was better spent than working with a bunch of people who didn't like me and I didn't like for almost nothing, so I just up and said "not doing this anymore". I had no clue where my next paycheck would come from; cue me asking around and landing a student worker job in my college's IT department, which to this day I have kept except for this past summer, when I didn't work there. It was quite a risk on my part because had I not found that student worker job I would have had to quit college and I wouldn't have been able to afford to put gas in my car.

#23 Posted by 42manZ (105 posts) -

I quit shaving because it was a waste of time.

#24 Posted by SolongWrex (138 posts) -

People gave me a hard time for singing and cross-dressing in the cathedral choir, so I quit.

No one told me that university choirs would be mostly composed of hot nerdy chicks.

#25 Edited by FluxWaveZ (19140 posts) -

@TooWalrus said:

I've never quit anything. I'm fluent in Japanese, I've mastered both Guitar and Piano, and I've got my pilot's license.

That's right. I'm fluent in Japanese and Spanish; I have the top grades in all of my science classes; I'm a 5th dan in Judo and a 5th degree black belt in Taekwon-Do; I'm a master artist, programmer, creative writer and game designer and I'm not a depressed person.

...Only time I quit something wondering if it was the right thing was when I abandoned the one real friendship I've ever had years ago. Other than that, I'm currently contemplating whether quitting school would benefit me more than hurt me. That's about it.

#26 Posted by Rohok (550 posts) -

I quit college and joined the Army.

#27 Posted by Ronald_Raiden (1513 posts) -

I have never quit anything, I am still doing everything I have ever started doing. I'm very busy.

#28 Edited by Ulquiorra (64 posts) -

I quit Ninja Gaiden Black Edition. (Too difficult)

Game plays nothing like DMC :-(

#29 Posted by solidwolf52 (295 posts) -

@AcidBrandon18: If they stop chilling with you because you aren't in their little club...they probably weren't that cool to begin with.

#30 Posted by Tireyo (6382 posts) -

I've quit being a child, and it wasn't an easy thing to do. I miss the days of innocent youth, and it sucks being a legal adult. LOL.

#31 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3031 posts) -

Quit two jobs.

#32 Posted by mpgeist (578 posts) -

I have never quit anything in my en

#33 Posted by PillClinton (3284 posts) -

I quit smoking because it was bad for me.

#34 Posted by big_jon (5657 posts) -

I have quit, not much off the top of my head, a job once, I know I have stopped doing things, but I can't think of something big enough to really mention. I guess two years ago I quit making excuses for not working out and started going to the gym regularly, I have not stopped that yet. I don't think that really qualifies as quitting though...

I guess I quit the Rugby team in highschool, I didn't like the coach much, and I was sick of getting hurt.

#35 Posted by AcidBrandon18 (651 posts) -

@solidwolf52: They are still pretty cool. I'd like to think I left on good terms, but I guess thats up to them. I do feel like a huge burden is off my shoulders though so maybe I made the right choice?

#36 Posted by Yadilie (380 posts) -

@AcidBrandon18 said:

I recently resigned from my universities local fraternity and it feels kind of weird. I didn't agree with how everything was being run so I decided to quit before our initiation ceremony on the 3rd. I'm still trying to decide if what I did was the right thing. I no longer have to pay $77 every month for dues and will have more free time to invest into my studies, but at the same time I'm kind of leaving behind a group of some really cool guys. So I'm asking you. Have you ever quit something before and didn't know if it was the right thing?

I was in the same boat as you. Just didn't agree with how a Business Fraternity was basically just a normal one with the same amount of underage drinking involved. Stupid college. Oh well, that's years behind me now.

#37 Posted by Shirogane (3559 posts) -

@WickedFather said:

Me and a few of my scientific chums were working on something called the Manhatten Project. I thought it was for making pastrami sandwiches but it turned out to be more sinister. Almost 3 times more sinister so I quitteded it.

Only 3 times more sinister huh...

I quit Kendo, not by choice though, i was physically unable to do it.

#38 Posted by sleeping143 (66 posts) -
@mpgeist

I have never quit anything in my en

Ha!
#39 Posted by Hunter5024 (5163 posts) -

I quit being friends with this buddy of mine who I'd known since I was 12 years old. He had depersonalization disorder and either it made him, or he used it as an exucse to, act like an uncaring asshole all the time. He was also a total alcoholic and would get liquor by any means necessary and get drunk every day that he could, which only exacerbated the asshole issue, and made him super belligerent as well. As someone who doesn't drink I don't have a lot of tolerance for that. So I told him he had a problem, he didn't listen to me, I told him I didn't want to hang out with him when he was drunk, and he did it anyways. I don't really regret my decision, but sometimes I feel bad thinking about how I basically abandoned a buddy because he was really sick, despite a 9 year friendship, where I helped him get through some really tough times.

#40 Posted by AcidBrandon18 (651 posts) -

@Yadilie: Yeah. I was apart of Alpha Sigma Phi and there was still underage drinking and the like. They get mad when you call them a frat since a frat is a social drinking club. Bunch of hipocrits.

#41 Posted by Sbaitso (363 posts) -

I've quit smoking, hard drugs, and a job at safeway. And also community college(went to an actual college instead, so I could one day get an actual job).

#42 Posted by BestUsernameEver (4866 posts) -

@devilzrule27 said:

I just quit this thread! :)

Heyoooo.

#43 Posted by GloriousDinosaur (423 posts) -

I'm doing my best to quit porn and masturbation

#44 Posted by SomeJerk (2966 posts) -

I quit drinking soda because it was a very good idea.
 
I also quit watching television, because doing my physical health a great favour wasn't enough, I had to do something for my psychological health as well.

#45 Posted by Genkkaku (730 posts) -

I quit my first job 2 hours in..

It was Trolley pushing/ collecting.. First of all the guy that hired me was 1 hour late, then goes off at me for not stocking up the supermarket with trolley's, then at some point just pretty much collected every trolley he could and gave them to me to push.. Also he was an immense jerk!.. So fuck that I was out!

#46 Edited by MyNiceIceLife (601 posts) -

does it count if i dropped out of college 4 times? well technically 3 different University of Wisconsin schools and a technical college once, but i went back to that technical college after 3 years and am graduating in december.

#47 Posted by forkboy (967 posts) -

I quit the same job twice. After going back. Mostly because of moving away & then coming back.

I've just applied for a vacancy to go back there, although at least this time it's in a slightly different role. Entry level server support. Because fuck, it would that when I inevitably go move away again I'll have something decent on my CV at least.

#48 Posted by GiantBomber (345 posts) -

Smoking. Cold turkey. Best thing EVER 8D

#49 Posted by CaLe (3678 posts) -

Sure, I've quit loads of stuff. Jobs and schools in particular. It's all in pursuit of personal happiness which comes above all else.

#50 Posted by Hizang (8534 posts) -

I quit Gamespot..