1. A study found that 70% of college undergrads would lose respect for someone who “hooks up with lots of people.”
2. Beijing, Seoul, and Tokyo all mean "capital" in their respective languages.
3. There would have been less number of cheaters if it was not for respect.
4. The U.S. is 15th on the list of countries that believe "The U.S. government respects the freedom of its people."
5. Respect blind people. Why? Because they judge others by their personality, not by their looks.
6. Kim Jong Il kidnapped a well respected movie director and forced him to make a North Korean Godzilla knock off called "Pulgasari."
7. S/O MR KRABS FOR BEIN A SINGLE FATHER TRYNA RAISE A WHALE ALL BY HIS DAM SELF #Respect
8. Fewer than 4 in 10 Americans believe that other world leaders respect President Obama — only 2 in 1 believed they respected George Bush.
9. Respect your elders. They made it through High School without Google or Wikipedia.
10. Instagram is the most important social network for teens, followed by Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, respectively.
11. A study revealed that those in power tend to act with a sense of entitlement and disrespect towards others.
12. Albert Einstein was disrespectful to his professors and skipped his classes, since he knew he could pass anyway.
13. A boy named Terry Fox ran a marathon every day for 143 straight days with one leg while rapidly developing cancer. He died at 22. #respect
14. respect yourself enough to walk away from anyone or anything that no longer makes you happy.
15. Respect is earned. Honesty is appreciated. Trust is gained. Loyalty is returned.
16. Admitting you made a mistake will earn you respect and speed up the fixing process. Having an ego solves nothing.
17. A great relationship is about two things: First, appreciating the similarities and second, respecting the differences.
18. I respect blind people. Why? Because they judge others by their personality, not by their looks
19. Respect people who find time in their schedule to see you. Love people who never look at their schedule when you need them.
20. Participating in sports in high school and college increases self confidence, self respect, and leadership skills.
21. Respect yourself enough to walk away from anything that no longer grows you.
22. Cutting people from your life does not mean you hate them, it simply means, you respect yourself.
23. Cutting people from your life does not mean you hate them, it simply means you respect yourself.
24. Expect less, prepare more. Judge less, respect more. Complain less, thank more. Regret less, smile more.
25. A great relationship is about two things: First, appreciating the similarities, and second, respecting the differences.
26. Respect the people who find time in their schedule to see you, and love the people who never look at their schedule when you need them.
27. Respect blind people. Why? Because they judge others by their personality, not by their looks
28. Respect yourself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves you, grows you, or makes you happy.
29. Most modern Americans crave self respect more than feelings of security and belonging.