Is "trying" a word invented by the weak?
- Pearl LLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
i dont think so
- PuzzlingLv 71 month ago
"Do or do not, there is no try." -Yoda
- sydney19Lv 51 month ago
certainly not you are Very trying and that has nothing to do with weakness
- Anonymous1 month ago
So - you have always been able to do everything on the first time you "tried" to do it.
"Trying" can also be used in other ways that has nothing to do with how "weak" or "strong" someone is. (I am "trying" a new recipe for dinner tonight) (I am "trying" not to be annoyed by the Yahoo trolls)
The weak invented participation trophies.
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- Mountain!!Lv 61 month ago
Do or Do Not: there is no try
- Peter for PaulLv 51 month ago
No... reading these asinine “questions” could be called very “trying” too.
Trying: difficult, annoying, hard to endure.
It doesn’t mean you’re weak. It means you aren’t a retard.