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Reddit mentions of Big Enter Key Throw Pillows Stress Relief Vent Plush Toy with USB for Birthday Gift

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Reddit mentions: 14

We found 14 Reddit mentions of Big Enter Key Throw Pillows Stress Relief Vent Plush Toy with USB for Birthday Gift. Here are the top ones.

Big Enter Key Throw Pillows Stress Relief Vent Plush Toy with USB for Birthday Gift
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Big Enter Key Throw Pillows -- This is not just a pillow. You can connect it with your computer, in which case it can be used as the Enter key.This product can work on Windows and Mac.Strong Built-in Key -- November 2018 we improve the built-in key of the product and design it as a small enter key. It's no longer a very thin chip. Now it's stronger. It won't be easily smashed. It can work well.Material: super soft plush on the outside and black sponge inside. Soft and comfortable, no odor and no discoloration.Stress Relief, Vent -- While you are at work or bored with playing games, don’t you often have the impulsion to hit your keyboard? Hit the pillow hard! Let off your unhappiness!When you feel tired, lie on it and have a nap to rest. Wish you a sweet dream!Size: 7.8*5.5*4.7(inch)
Height3.79921259455 Inches
Length7.99999999184 Inches
Width6.09842519063 Inches

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Found 14 comments on Big Enter Key Throw Pillows Stress Relief Vent Plush Toy with USB for Birthday Gift:

u/LimitedToTwentyChara · 81 pointsr/INEEEEDIT

$15 on Amazon

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u/nessfalco · 4 pointsr/OverwatchUniversity

Being bipolar definitely doesn't help (I'm bipolar, too, actually), as it means you are much more susceptible to tilting. Meds can definitely help, depending on what kind you are on. I'm currently not on any, as the side effects were too much for me.

The best advice I can give is to learn to recognize how you are feeling at any given moment and anticipate when you are about to lose control. Then, make sure you have a plan in place for how to calm yourself down.

Some things to try based on some college psychologists and practicing therapists I've talked to:

  1. Take a 15-30 minute break. A quick walk, or even small exercises can make a huge difference. I have a pull up bar that goes in the door frame that I use in between gaming sessions.
  2. Visualization strategies. If you've ever seen Happy Gilmore, then you know what this is. When Chubbs tells Happy to "go to his Happy place", he's telling him to use visualization. People are more susceptible to their own thoughts than they think they are. If you spend your time thinking about good things, you will generally feel good; if you spend your time thinking about bad things, you will generally feel bad.
  3. People with anxiety and problems with negative thoughts generally get lost in their own heads. One thing that helps is having a way to ground themselves back in reality—think the "totems" from Inception. Some girls use hair bands tied around their wrists that they'll snap if they start feeling anxious; others have squeeze balls or something similar. I've been considering getting something like this.

    The most important change you can make is a gradual one: changing how you view the entire process of competitive gaming (and self-improvement in general). Failure is absolutely necessary to being good at anything worthwhile, but we heavily stigmatize it. You've probably heard people say that "perfect is the enemy of good" or "perfect is the enemy of done" and both are absolutely true. People with anxiety fret so much about doing things perfectly every time that they scare themselves away from ever actually finishing anything. In the creative world, you are much better off trying to produce a large breadth of work than spending all of your time making that one masterpiece—Stephen King's On Writing talks about this quite a bit.

    The ultimate goal is to divorce your performance in these discrete skills from your self-worth and recognize that the mark of a truly successful person is persisting through failure, not never failing.
u/Baconaise · 2 pointsr/ecommerce
  1. Feeling fidgety?
  2. "Enjoy your music anytime anywhere" Why are you trying to explain how headphones work? Taglines need work.
  3. I don't see a target demographic, you're selling electric razors, a "wife mom boss" shirt and mermaid swim suits none of which I "must have" nor do I care that "you've got it" for 80% markup no less
  4. Your domain sounds like it came out of a domain name generator that was fed with a buzzword list containing blog, google, and buzz and ranked the domain "high value and available" for you. There is no reason to the name/this website. You don't even follow the same theme (favicon does not match logo).

    You aren't going to beat Target, and you have to expect slow sales when your prices are above Amazon and eBay. People are cross-shopping your site and finding you don't offer any advantage even in your "curation" if you can even call it that.

    Maybe try to answer the question "Why should I shop here?" for me.
u/TYLERBEAN15 · 2 pointsr/noisygifs

You can find it here

u/botch161598 · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I think theres like a big rubber or plush something thing that does that. This

u/H720 · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

Name: "Enter Key Throw Pillow"


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Thanks to /u/LimitedToTwentyChara and /u/eldergeekprime!