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Why are there soo many weird people online or in real life?
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Posted 7/5/13
the world wouldnt be as fun without weird people lol
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tldr;

but from topic tittle I think you sir have a problem..how can you describe weird? I think everyone is weird inside and just don't show it all the time. If you could be invisible and follow random people, you'd see that everyone is different.

PS: online people are not weird, just honest.
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Posted 7/6/13
I find that the question doesn't make sense and OP is too long
Posted 7/6/13

Sebby_chan wrote:


marcel20 wrote:


Sebby_chan wrote:

If everyone was normal then everything would be boring!!
I have a story too! A few months ago I went to this party, and it was not even a party, more like a family reunion. But most of the people there were distant family, some cousins of my cousins, so technically strangers with no relation to me. There was this guy there named Steven and he was my age so we talked a lot and he seemed cool and normal. But then after I left, he asked for my number and I gave it to him because I thought that we probably wouldn't talk anyway. But when I went home I noticed 5 missed calls and a bunch of texts. He told me he gave me a nickname and he wanted to know more about me. He memorized every single thing I told him about me when we talked. I was really creeped out. But the creepiest thing is that he still texts and calls me, saying Good Morning every morning, even when I don't even bother to answer anymore (T^T)
It may sound kind of harsh, but I am so sick of it I want to throw my phone out the window.


Shivers*..its reasons like this that I thank god I was born a big dude that can murder things if I needed too...umm did I really say that but yea, that's exactly what I'm talking about...as long as he doesn't show up at your home I think your OK.


Haha I hope you didn't jinx it. Ehe. Ehehe. Err, I'm kind of scaring myself... *checks out the windows*
It's not like I can't "murder things if I needed too" (haha) but it's just really creepy... Oh well, at least my life is definitely interesting XD


Your right...there is always weapons, poison, weapons dipped in poison and hitmen or hit women (equal oppertunity I always say).
There are plenty of ways to murder someone without using your bare hands...I like the way you think sebby-chan
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I personally think that EVERYONE is a little bit weird, in both real life, and online. Why?

Because in real life, they're forced to turn themselves into something that other people like in order to adapt to their particular situation. As Hachiman said, "In their minds, lies, secrets, sins, and failure are nothing more than the spice of youth." People like myself, however, who choose to openly display their "weirdness," get misunderstood, turned away from, and ignored. It's a double standard. Why is lying accepted, but telling the truth frowned upon, when we were always taught not to lie? That is the spice of youth. All the same, Growing up as an individual, in an individualistic society, you don't want to be an individual. You would much rather be a part of some group. All of these misconceptions turn out to be operated by the same double standards that govern youth. I would rather be alone and weird, then be governed by some half-wiited value.

Online, however, they are far more open with their "weirdness," as they freely display their opinions, unhindered by the rules of groups.
Posted 7/6/13
She sounds adorable OP
Posted 7/6/13

Johnboy769 wrote:

I personally think that EVERYONE is a little bit weird, in both real life, and online. Why?

Because in real life, they're forced to turn themselves into something that other people like in order to adapt to their particular situation. As Hachiman said, "In their minds, lies, secrets, sins, and failure are nothing more than the spice of youth." People like myself, however, who choose to openly display their "weirdness," get misunderstood, turned away from, and ignored. It's a double standard. Why is lying accepted, but telling the truth frowned upon, when we were always taught not to lie? That is the spice of youth. All the same, Growing up as an individual, in an individualistic society, you don't want to be an individual. You would much rather be a part of some group. All of these misconceptions turn out to be operated by the same double standards that govern youth. I would rather be alone and weird, then be governed by some half-wiited value.

Online, however, they are far more open with their "weirdness," as they freely display their opinions, unhindered by the rules of groups.


well said, you gave this thought and it is sound.
Posted 7/6/13

Mycow8me wrote:

The world would be a boring place without them. I mean camon, how cool is it to be shopping at walmart and see someone randomly moonwalk with a shopping cart etc...


I have also seen that Youtube vid you should see the one called "people are awesome"
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Posted 7/6/13
people are strange?
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Posted 7/6/13
Well if you define 'weird' as 'not ordinary', then pretty much everyone is weird in their own right. The 'average person' doesn't exist, after all.

Though if one did...
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Posted 7/13/13
Because the internet allows the permission for someone to be who they are. If that is said, then everyone is weird.
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Closed because OP nuked. Feel free to start a new thread on the subject.
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