chooseverb

  • ja決める
  • ento prefer to do something

Examples

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Blue 52, hut!
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Yeah!
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You don't have to dance every time!
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True, but I choose to dance every time.
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I choose to run toward my problems, and not away from them.
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'Cause that’s what—
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How many beeps?
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She answered.
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You see, this is where you'd use that "Hello" word we talked about.
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I'm not gonna talk to her.
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She obviously got my message and is choosing not to call me.
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Now, I'm needy and snubbed.
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God, I miss just being needy.
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Here's a friend standing directly in front of you, trying to talk to you.
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And you choose to talk about the fact that you don’t have any friends.
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- Hit me. - "What's the most expensive thing you've ever shoplifted?"
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- You can choose to eat or you can ⁠— - No, I'll answer.
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- I've no problem. I've shoplifted several times, but I've never ⁠— - Okay.
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No, never as like never something really expensive.
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I've always done it as a joke.
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And I've walked out like, "Hey, look what I'm leaving with."
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And people are like, "Oh, she's joking,"
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but I'm stealing.
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I think I just ⁠— The one thing I got caught for,
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I stole bras and underwear when I was 12 years old and from Sears.
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Listen... this cat belongs to a little girl.
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All right, there are flyers all over the place.
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I'm sorry, sweetie.
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Hey, we can take her back with you if you want.
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Oh, mm-hmm.
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But, you know, she chose to find me.
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I mean, I have to respect her decision, right?
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- That's a good call. - That's right.
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People who spent time caring for others showed absolutely no stress-related increase in dying.
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Zero.
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Caring created resilience.
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And so we see once again that the harmful effects of stress on your health are not inevitable.
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How you think and how you act can transform your experience of stress.
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When you choose to view your stress response as helpful, you create your biology of courage.
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And when you choose to connect with others under stress, you can create resilience.
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I remember getting up 1 morning and going to work,
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just another day like any other, except it was the first day after I knew about the pregnancy.
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And I felt this fear, for the first time ever.
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I remember thinking, "How can I bring the child into a world like this?
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"How can... how can a person grow up with all this around them?"
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But if you choose to have this baby,
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then you spoil that kid every chance you get.
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That's about all the advice I can give you, Tracy.
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Yeah. Absolutely this is what will happen.
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So there will be a shared autonomy fleet where you buy your car.
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And you can choose to use that car exclusively.
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You could choose to have it be used only by friends and family,
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only by other drivers who are rated 5 star.
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You can choose to share it sometimes but not other times.
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That's 100% what will occur.
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It's just a question of when.
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You can only make fun of things that they have control over.
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Like Oscar is gay.
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That is his choice.
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We can make fun of that.
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I did not choose to fall into a koi pond.
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Well, you still can't make fun of people for race, or gender, or sexual orientation, or religion.
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Who let the lemon head into the room?
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You are a waste of life, and you should give up.
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So you're all natural, aren't you?
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I am all natural now.
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What in the hell was that supposed to mean?
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Oh, wait, wait, did you take out breast implants?
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Yes.
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Why did you choose to do that?
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To get them done or get them taken out?
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To get them removed, yeah.
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Because I didn't feel like I was myself anymore.