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Simply discuss about the three biggest forms for humans. Being body, spoken, and written language. Verbal or non-verbal matters not. Speak about aspects such as why, what interests you, which you find interesting, how they arose, the one you find superior. Much of anything, but it must be pertinent to the idea of communication in humans even about the differences of offline and online versions. Feel free to go as in depth or as little into the topics as desired. Basically choose a point concerning these or one of these things in relation to communication, then extrapolate upon it a bit.
Posted 6/25/14
Art.

One of the earliest forms of human communication; the most significant and symbolic of our higher intelligence.

Aboriginals carved their art onto stones as a way of telling stories:


Michelangelo


Modern Art (Salvador Dali)


Art is not restricted to drawings, paintings or sculptures though; there is art in every aspects of human life. Cooking (finding the best combination of ingredients, food arrangement), gardening, science (Anatomy, molecular modelling), architecture etc. It's the landmark of human higher intelligence and communication.


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I like communicating with sex ..... surprise sex
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Siri, will you marry me?
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I like to think that humans communicate the most with subtle movements and body language. You know the way we hold ourselves when with others little things like crossing your arms or raising an eyebrow. Our body languages is the most honest form of communication that and our eyes say quite alot.
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acertainfinefrock wrote:

I like to think that humans communicate the most with subtle movements and body language. You know the way we hold ourselves when with others little things like crossing your arms or raising an eyebrow. Our body languages is the most honest form of communication that and our eyes say quite alot.


You don't say.




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Am I the only one who finds this topic to be incredibly lazy? Give an extremely broad subject, give no direction or personal views on it and tell people to talk about it. No thanks.
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Am I the only one who finds this topic to be incredibly lazy? Give an extremely broad subject, give no direction or personal views on it and tell people to talk about it. No thanks.


I think that was kid of the point of the vagueness. To see how everyone reacts when they don't have any direction to see what there view is.
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onibrotonel wrote:


acertainfinefrock wrote:

I like to think that humans communicate the most with subtle movements and body language. You know the way we hold ourselves when with others little things like crossing your arms or raising an eyebrow. Our body languages is the most honest form of communication that and our eyes say quite alot.


You don't say.






Haha now that is some serious face contortion haha
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acertainfinefrock wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Am I the only one who finds this topic to be incredibly lazy? Give an extremely broad subject, give no direction or personal views on it and tell people to talk about it. No thanks.


I think that was kid of the point of the vagueness. To see how everyone reacts when they don't have any direction to see what there view is.


Perhaps we just don't want to answer lengthy because the answers are obvious.

It's like, "tell me objects that are yellow." Banana, school bus, sun, your teeth, pus, pacman, SpongeBob Square Pants, sunflower, etc.
Posted 6/25/14

acertainfinefrock wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Am I the only one who finds this topic to be incredibly lazy? Give an extremely broad subject, give no direction or personal views on it and tell people to talk about it. No thanks.


I think that was kid of the point of the vagueness. To see how everyone reacts when they don't have any direction to see what there view is.


But yet threads have been closed because they are too vague and such. It just seems stupid. There is too much involved and it doesn't allow for any real good conversation to come from it in my opinion.
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onibrotonel wrote:


acertainfinefrock wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Am I the only one who finds this topic to be incredibly lazy? Give an extremely broad subject, give no direction or personal views on it and tell people to talk about it. No thanks.


I think that was kid of the point of the vagueness. To see how everyone reacts when they don't have any direction to see what there view is.


Perhaps we just don't want to answer lengthy because the answers are obvious.

It's like, "tell me objects that are yellow." Banana, school bus, sun, your teeth, etc.


Yeah that is a good point.
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