opted is an all-encompassing term which means that we decide, either consciously or subconsciously, on every decision and every interaction we have. A person can choose to opt out of some situations, but then is not obligated to follow through on the decisions. Opted can also be used to describe choices that are not entirely conscious.
I think this is a good description of opted. I also think that “opted out” is a more common term for people who opt out of something, such as a relationship with someone they don’t like. I think “opted in” is more of a noun, but I’m not sure.
The word opted is defined as to “or”, “to choose”, or “to be decided”. So you can have opted out of something, and still have it not be an issue. I think many people would agree that they opt out of something, but still be able to still go right along with whatever the decision is.
I think opt-out has a lot more to do with people not wanting to be bound by a particular set of rules and be forced to live according to them, or to follow them out of fear. Many people still choose to follow rules out of fear, but I think opt-out is more of a term used to describe what happens when you’re forced to follow a rule, rather than people simply not wanting to be bound by a rule.
Opt-out is an interesting concept. I’m more inclined to think that opt-out really refers to when something is so bad that it’s not worth the risk of going along with it. So, for example, if someone is being harassed or beaten up by a gang, they might opt out of being a part of it.
I think of opting out as being the same thing as the “I’m leaving the gang” part of the gang-rape scenario, but without the gang and all that. If a gang is beating someone up and they’re being forced to opt out of the beating, they are forced into a situation that they may not want to go through. That is why I always opt-out of things.
The word “opt-out” was coined in the early 1800s by a person who was forced to opt out of a situation. He knew it would be unpleasant, but it would also be a way out of the situation. We should keep in mind that it is not just an option, but an action. It is an action that we should be willing to take to prevent our own pain.
For some reason, I always opt-out of things. For some reason. I am just not sure why.
It might be because it is uncomfortable to have your decisions made for you, even if you do want to do them. Maybe it is because you feel uncomfortable to be responsible for your actions. Maybe it is because you feel uncomfortable to make your decision for yourself. In any case, when we opt out, we make it clear that we will not participate in a situation that could make us feel uncomfortable.