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Things that you're to nervous to reveal.
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Posted 3/8/13
Umm... Nervous xD? I can only think of things that would be too embarrassing to reveal
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


Meh. I guess I wouldn't really know. I don't really pay attention to genres and stuff and just take music on a song by song basis. I like whatever happens to connect with me at the time and don't pay enough attention to critics of various styles/artists etc to notice.



It's more like, those specific genres. Like, nobody will demean you for listening to anything really really popular, you know what I'm saying? But like, every one of my friends and myself, we've all been called goths or emos at least once just for liking anything that involves a guitar. It's mainly just stupid kids, I'm sure nobody above the age of 17 is that moronic.
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CarboKill wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


Meh. I guess I wouldn't really know. I don't really pay attention to genres and stuff and just take music on a song by song basis. I like whatever happens to connect with me at the time and don't pay enough attention to critics of various styles/artists etc to notice.



It's more like, those specific genres. Like, nobody will demean you for listening to anything really really popular, you know what I'm saying? But like, every one of my friends and myself, we've all been called goths or emos at least once just for liking anything that involves a guitar. It's mainly just stupid kids, I'm sure nobody above the age of 17 is that moronic.


Ah, alright I get it now. That does suck and it is pretty stupid and childish. Wish it were true that nobody over 17 was like that but sadly more and more adults are acting just like kids. It's like middle/high school never ends with some people.
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The fact when I have romantic feelings towards someone. Spent my Junior High years getting shut down so I gave up for the most part after that. Geeks weren't something sought after around my area, especially when they can give you a detailed history of the Star Wars universe up to 20,000 years BBY . So needless to say even to this day I don't reveal my feelings when I find a girl I like.
Posted 3/8/13
not a lot needs to happen for me to get nervous, i fear being judged a lot.
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There's a lot of things that if I were too reveal, would most likely destroy my current world.
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what my hobby is
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I reluctant to be myself in front of people I don't know, especially if they are in the "it" crowd. I also get nervous when I tell white people I like anime.....i have no idea why......I guess that makes me racist.
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mhibicke wrote:


Pomff wrote:

I'm not afraid to reveal anything.

As proof here's me coming out of the closet.

Fabulous.

Love that.

I always assume that everyone can tell how gay I am by just looking at me, but for some reason most people are surprised. I keep thinking that if straight people had better gaydar, then we wouldn't have civil liberties issues. We are everywhere, after all.

"...if straight people had better gaydar..." + "We are everywhere..."
For some reason that made me think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LgPNK0EPtE

If it were really desired that straight people have better gaydar, I suppose one could try to adapt one of those phone apps that broadcast your location and receive others', into gaydar. I wonder if such an app would be a benefit or a detriment to its users though. Knowledge and ignorance both have their dangers; such choices are never easy.

If I were smart, I'd probably start writing that app right now, I'd probably make a bundle; these days, it seems everybody wants the world to know everything about them.

The other thought is, maybe you don't realize how many straight people have suspicions, but maintain their silence? You know better than I do, of course, in your particular case.
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trinkit wrote:

The last place where I would reveal something that makes me nervous, is the internet.

Exactly my thought on seeing this thread.
I find it really strange, almost alien, seeing people so willingly to sharing information with strangers these days.
When I started using the Internet in the early 90s, it seemed that people valued their anonymity and held their personal information much more closely.
I still debate with myself before deciding to reveal anything. I've been more open than usual on these forums, for some reason; probably that is a sign of the onset of dementia in my old age.
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ahatestory wrote:

"...if straight people had better gaydar..." + "We are everywhere..."
For some reason that made me think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LgPNK0EPtE

If it were really desired that straight people have better gaydar, I suppose one could try to adapt one of those phone apps that broadcast your location and receive others', into gaydar. I wonder if such an app would be a benefit or a detriment to its users though. Knowledge and ignorance both have their dangers; such choices are never easy.

If I were smart, I'd probably start writing that app right now, I'd probably make a bundle; these days, it seems everybody wants the world to know everything about them.

The other thought is, maybe you don't realize how many straight people have suspicions, but maintain their silence? You know better than I do, of course, in your particular case.


I like the reference, and think it would be funny if you could write that app. A friend of mine could really use it. She has a terrible gaydar and has been known to try to slip her room key to men wearing women's dress slacks.

I have found that I vastly overestimate the number of straight people who suspect but maintain silence. I tend to assume that everyone can tell, but that nobody cares about my private life, which is comfortable for me. However, I have realized that this assumption is incorrect, that most people can't tell on sight, and a lot of people feel strongly about my private life, and for weird reasons.

What annoys me is feeling the need to explain myself after constant pressure to be set up with single men, demands to know my plans for marriage, and outright disbelief that I'm really not interested. And then after explaining my private life to the well-intentioned person, I have to deal with their embarrassment and listen to all the reasons why I must be mistaken, in a phase, reacting to some kind of trauma, or joking with them. Such a pain.
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Posted 3/8/13 , edited 3/8/13
I'm too nervous to reveal I like anime to anyone who doesn't already know. (like my dad) He's over my bank account though so I don't what he thinks when he sees charges for 'crunchyroll'. He probably thinks it's porn or something.



FlyinDumpling wrote:

I reluctant to be myself in front of people I don't know, especially if they are in the "it" crowd. I also get nervous when I tell white people I like anime.....i have no idea why......I guess that makes me racist.


Hahahaha I love your username and that avvy just straight up completes it. I dunno why but I was just scrolling up and lol'd so hard. It's awesome! Sorry if this was really random.

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chase6565 wrote:

I'm too nervous to reveal I like anime to anyone who doesn't already know. (like my dad) He's over my bank account though so I don't what he thinks when he sees charges for 'crunchyroll'. He probably thinks it's porn or something.


lol can't you set up your own bank account? xD


Anyway,
I have the same problem of revealing that I like anime for some reason. Even though I don't care what other people say about it, it's just hard for me to say it.
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