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You could start a deep topic yourself and have all the deep conversation you want... Whether other people want to be deep with you is another question

lol, alright I may sound like an elitist cunt but it had to be said.


Oh no no no I actually do like deep topics sometimes, it's just that you may have to start those topics yourself.
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Unfortunately I usually fail at sparking any discussion at all, let alone deep ones. I plan to start more threads though if any more procrastination days are forthcoming though

What's your excuse?
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Unfortunately I usually fail at sparking any discussion at all, let alone deep ones. I plan to start more threads though if any more procrastination days are forthcoming though

What's your excuse? :P


Sometimes discussions turn into debates, and I'm not sure I'm all that gung-ho on the idea of debates. There's a really thin line between explaining yourself for someone else to understand what you're trying to say, versus just plain arguing.
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How thoughtful the threads are. I mean there's one about flirting and another about maid cafes. Intellectual powerhouse this is.
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Posted 6/5/14

nanikore2 wrote:


Renegatz wrote:


Unfortunately I usually fail at sparking any discussion at all, let alone deep ones. I plan to start more threads though if any more procrastination days are forthcoming though

What's your excuse? :P


Sometimes discussions turn into debates, and I'm not sure I'm all that gung-ho on the idea of debates. There's a really thin line between explaining yourself for someone else to understand what you're trying to say, versus just plain arguing.

Having places to argue with people about stuff is a vital component of a forum imo. Even if most people won't admit it when things turn against them, often if you're debating with someone knowledgeable you can learn a thing or two. Sometimes their views even sink in a few days later and you grow from it.
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I just made my account because of this post
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I don't go to too many forums sites but this one seems the most user friendly like a beginner to forums kinda set up but again I never seen too many forum sites so I wouldn't know.
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Best:

It's a great place to discuss anime with other people who also like anime (duh). Which isn't necessarily the easiest thing to do in real life. Plus I like how active it is in general. There's always something to discuss or debate with someone and there's a respectable number of intelligent and witty individuals. It's not just a bunch of 12 year old going "Lulz do u liek Narutu?"

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Creepers and people on here who have a superiority complex.
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Posted 6/5/14
Otaku power level...

mine is very minimal but i post like i know what i'm talking about in the anime section anyway
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ayyyy lmao
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The best thing is drinking coffee with everyone else here who is also drinking coffee.

The worst thing is that the coffee isn't free.
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The best thing is drinking coffee with everyone else here who is also drinking coffee.

The worst thing is that the coffee isn't free.



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Lulz do u liek Narutu Gais?
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Lulz do u liek Narutu Gais?


This guy!
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Posted 6/5/14 , edited 6/5/14

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GayAsianBoy wrote:


Renegatz wrote:
Oh cool, which kind of contests? And where can you see the history of your posts?

Btw, you still owe me a reply in Qualeshia's thread about suicide :P


I've entered so far; quiz, drawing, short story, scavenger hunt, guessing the amount of something in a jar. You can find most in site news section or contest-hime.

If you don't receive a reply within a few days, it means I admit defeat...

Dang really? That was over quicker than the Kengo vs Masato battle in Little Busters...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIIW3HoTez8

Maybe I'm just craving some kind of debate too much. That doesn't sound healthy at all when I read it.

Thanks for the info anyway, GAB.


Do you debate for the sake of debate?

Do you actually admit some of your shortcomings or you're just too pushy to shove your ideas on a debate?

I don't like the employee vs customer scenario that turns out from a debate. The customer (OP) would argue and argue; he won't listen on what employee (participant user(s)) is trying to convey. Even though the employee just started his shift and no matter what he says he is wrong in the eyes of the customer.
The only way to ease the dilemma is to call the supervisor (mauz15, edsamac, capable forum mod). Supervisor would act as a neutral party-- neither agreeing or disagreeing on either parties.

There's also this family member vs family, neutral party: friend/stranger/doctor/officer/high authoritative figure.
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