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Posted 9/5/15
I feel drama is a broad topic, but to avoid dwelling a half hour on this, I'll make this short and sweet. I hate drama. It helps with nothing and proves that people can't accept when they are wrong. If it's a tv show, then it's entertainment and it's usually funny, but in real life/ on the internet, it isn't that way (at least for me). Both sides have people who support them and neither usually budge... It's a waste of time and I see this kind of drama prevalent on social media and youtube a lot. YouTube especially, I don't see why people making videos need to make drama over someone from a different channel mentioning them in a not so positive way. Even if it is in an insulting manner, I feel that it should just be ignored because the drama doesn't help anyone in the situation and, utimately, wastes everyone's time.

Those are my thoughts, what do you guys think of drama? I want to know!
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A little bit of drama is healthy. It's normal for people to talk about people, or bad experiences, heck even bad days. Now when they broadcast it live on youtube, grab every little tiny thing and make a whale out of it, directly insult people over the mediocre, or don't shut up about a matter long passed due, then it's annoying.

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i always say i hate drama

but i love eavesdropping

so idk which it is
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Too much drama drives me skittering into a corner and up a wall. It's physically painful. But being alone is also physically painful. Saturating yourself in drama and isolating yourself from it are both painful. Somehow, though, I always end up caught in one end or the other of the drama spectrum. UUUUUUUUUUUUGH.
Posted 9/5/15
There's a scientific reason why people get mad or cause drama over petty things. Something about threat analysis in humans is on max so we think everything is a threat so therefore lots of paranoid and annoying humans in society
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Posted 9/6/15
Without a little drama life would probably be real boring imo but too much drama is a straight up no for me it gets real annoying how people blow things out of proportion
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I just don't like people that are negative everyday, always talk about what's wrong with this or that everyday, and blameless.

I just avoid those ones and just respond to them with either a nod or yes/no replies. I don't want to feed their negative mind.
Posted 9/6/15

onibrotonel wrote:

I just don't like people that are negative everyday, always talk about what's wrong with this or that everyday, and blameless.

I just avoid those ones and just respond to them with either a nod or yes/no replies. I don't want to feed their negative mind.




I have two best friends that I suspect see me as their platonic boyfriend. They always go to me when something is wrong and it is a bit draining. One of them is a bit more independent now and so I hear less and less about drama (THOUGH, a true emergency did happen recently which is what friends are there for). I like hearing about someone's day, but when it is all negative it is so draining, especially when I have never been asked about my day.


I agree with you, people that I haven't accidentally gotten super close with ---------- I will avoid them if I realized they just wanted to be negative for me. It gets a bit messy when I already care for someone, but even then I am trying to cut out that trait about me and save it for a SO. I would hate to have a SO that comes home from work and just complains non-stop, but I wonder if it is okay for those that truly care for their partner? I'll see in a few years, but yeah. I hate shouting.


For online drama, I just cut those people out immediately.
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2DHeart wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:

I just don't like people that are negative everyday, always talk about what's wrong with this or that everyday, and blameless.

I just avoid those ones and just respond to them with either a nod or yes/no replies. I don't want to feed their negative mind.




I have two best friends that I suspect see me as their platonic boyfriend. They always go to me when something is wrong and it is a bit draining. One of them is a bit more independent now and so I hear less and less about drama (THOUGH, a true emergency did happen recently which is what friends are there for). I like hearing about someone's day, but when it is all negative it is so draining, especially when I have never been asked about my day.


I agree with you, people that I haven't accidentally gotten super close with ---------- I will avoid them if I realized they just wanted to be negative for me. It gets a bit messy when I already care for someone, but even then I am trying to cut out that trait about me and save it for a SO. I would hate to have a SO that comes home from work and just complains non-stop, but I wonder if it is okay for those that truly care for their partner? I'll see in a few years, but yeah. I hate shouting.


For online drama, I just cut those people out immediately.

Yes, it's really draining, and sometimes contagious.

Oooo, I'm not cut off being a social worker, that's for sure. I can't get deeply involved in someone's life when I find myself barely striving/surviving with my own life.

I do myself first before anyone else, if not, other people might take advantage of it and run me dry.
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Posted 9/6/15

PrinceJudar wrote:

A little bit of drama is healthy. It's normal for people to talk about people, or bad experiences, heck even bad days. Now when they broadcast it live on youtube, grab every little tiny thing and make a whale out of it, directly insult people over the mediocre, or don't shut up about a matter long passed due, then it's annoying.



^^ very nicely put hahaha still for me the less drama the better lolol everything in moderation??
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I tend to stay away from people with so much drama. If there is a reason to the drama I understand but some people just make drama for stupid reasons.
Posted 9/6/15
i don't like it when people are too excessive or over dramatic. aint nobody got time for that
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No drama in my life and I make certain that it stays that way.
Posted 9/6/15
Not a fan. Don't like it. But I have to admit, I've been guilty of starting it.
Posted 9/6/15

Walk away from the drama.
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