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There is an open space to access computers at my university.
We have around 50 computers in the space.
Some students use the space for group work.

One day, when I was using a computer and went to the toilet.
After I came back, I found my chair was gone.
Some groups were studying together, so someone seemed to have taken my chair.
It was really annoying and disappointing.

Why did someone take my chair without asking
although it was obvious that someone was using the computer
Why can't they think about others?

This has not just happened to me.
Many people use chairs for computers when nobody is using them,
which, of course, be OK if they gave the chairs back when people did come to use them.
However, many students do not.
So some computers are left unused or people who need a computer are made to use it while standing.
If they want to use chairs for group work, they should bring some chairs from another place.
I think it is very sad that they think only about themselves.

Is this acceptable overseas
Is my Japanese way of thinking wrong or different?

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. (on TV)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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