50 Jang Deok-su Quotes (Imaginary)

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    The psychology of a bully

  1. I don’t push people around just to win; I do it because they’re weaker, and that’s the game.
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  3. Fear? I feed on it. It’s easier to control someone who’s scared of you.
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  5. In a world that’s always kicked me down, being the bully means I’m no longer at the bottom.
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  7. My fists do the talking, and they’re pretty persuasive.
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  9. You call it bullying; I call it establishing the pecking order.
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    From gangster to game player

  11. The streets taught me how to survive; the game just changed the rules.
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  13. I traded alley shadows for the spotlight of the game, but the thrill? It’s the same.
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  15. In the streets, you fight to live; in the game, you live to fight.
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  17. Whether it’s the dark corners of a back alley or the bright lights of the game, it’s all about power.
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  19. I’m not playing the game; I’m fighting it, just like I fought on every street corner.
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    Survival of the fiercest

  21. In this game, like in life, the strongest prey on the weak. I make sure I’m not the prey.
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  23. Ruthless? You need to be if you’re going to survive. Compassion is for losers.
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  25. Every move I make is calculated to strike fear and assert dominance.
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  27. You don’t survive by being nice; you survive by being the one others are afraid to cross.
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  29. My tactics? Simple. Hit hard, hit fast, and keep hitting until they’re down.
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    Power dynamics

  31. I create a kingdom in every room I enter; fear is my crown, and power, my scepter.
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  33. Authority isn’t given; it’s taken. And I take it by force if necessary.
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  35. People follow strength. Show them strength, and they’ll kneel.
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  37. Rule one: never show weakness. Rule two: make everyone else feel weaker.
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  39. In the hierarchy of the game, I am the apex predator.
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    The impact of gambling addiction on strategic thinking

  41. Gambling? It’s not a habit, it’s a strategy. High risk, high reward.
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  43. I gamble with lives in the game like I gamble with money in the streets—it’s all in the play.
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  45. Every decision is a bet, and I play to win big, always.
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  47. My life’s a series of bets; why should the game be any different?
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  49. Addiction? No, I call it commitment to winning, whatever the stakes.
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    Manipulation and alliances

  51. Alliances are just tools; you use them, then you discard them.
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  53. I smile, I pat backs, but all along, I’m plotting everyone’s exit but mine.
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  55. Trust is the bait, and when they bite, that’s when you hook them.
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  57. Everyone’s useful, until they’re not. That’s when you cut them loose.
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  59. Manipulate to dominate—that’s my motto.
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    Fear and intimidation as tools

  61. Make them afraid, and you’ve already won half the battle.
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  63. Fear is more effective than any weapon I could carry.
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  65. When they’re scared, they make mistakes. That’s when I pounce.
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  67. Intimidation is my favorite game tactic; it clears the field faster than any challenge.
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  69. I don’t just play the game—I am the fear in it.
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    The fall of a tyrant

  71. Every king falls. The higher you are, the harder the crash.
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  73. I thought I was invincible—turned out, I was just another player.
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  75. My downfall? Underestimating the others. Overestimating myself.
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  77. Pride was my downfall; it blinded me till the bitter end.
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  79. They saw my fall as justice; I saw it as the game’s final betrayal.
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    Reflections on betrayal

  81. Betrayal is just another strategy in this twisted game.
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  83. Trust is for the weak; betrayal is the language of the strong.
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  85. I’ve been betrayed as often as I’ve breathed; now, I do the betraying.
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  87. In the game, like in life, you either betray or get betrayed.
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  89. Betrayal doesn’t sting; it’s just a reminder of the rules of the game.
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    Survival versus humanity

  91. Humanity? That’s a luxury you can’t afford in the game.
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  93. I chose survival over humanity, and I’d make that choice again.
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  95. Morals don’t win you the game; guts and glory do.
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  97. I stripped away my humanity like shedding old skin; survival required it.
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  99. Compromise your morals, or compromise your life—that’s the choice I faced.
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