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Posted 1/4/16
People who act like they have no interest in talking with me. But tell me often that they enjoy talking with me. xD
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lambofgenesis wrote:


Irishsushi wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:

One word repliers



same.


People who main hecarim











jk XD


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Posted 1/4/16 , edited 1/4/16
People who are too vulgar
A little vulgarity is fine but I don't what to know the details on how you got down on your girlfriend
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People who stare at their phones all day and drink themselves paralytic every weekend.
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No sense of humor.
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Y'know, by the time you hit your late 20's (assuming you haven't had twenty bad relationships or crawled into a bottle by that point), something's going to click, you'll bump up to the next Eriksonian stage, and you're suddenly going to find yourself thinking, "Wait, why did I think it was so COOL to be hip and negative? "
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Posted 1/4/16 , edited 1/4/16
I'm what most people would define as boring, not that I mind. What's funny though is that it stems from me holding little to no interest in many things--including most forms of idle chatter. Difficult to feign interest over the long term. I prefer my life mundane and routine, which is not that exciting to most. I like to communicate my thoughts rather than what I do, or lack thereof.

Types I find particularly boring: Celebrity gossipers, eccentric shoppers, small talkers, hobbyists divergent of my own, parochial or dogmatic people, the humorless, toxics, the overly dramatic, manipulators and the social media vested.



But I'm guilty of being the 'one word replier', the 'conversation killer', the 'non initiator', and the 'lengthy discussion on specific subjects type'.
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Posted 1/4/16
People who want me to be cheerful all the time. No, thanks. I need to be serious and logical at times.
Posted 1/4/16

aoyagi10 wrote:

People who don't have any interests similar to my own.


Agreed
I immediately lose interest
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Nalaniel wrote:

People who want me to be cheerful all the time. No, thanks. I need to be serious and logical at times.


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Posted 1/4/16 , edited 1/4/16
I agree with the one word repliers. That's so annoying.

Also people that are too full of themselves and put themselves on a pedestal. That gets old fast.

Usually I can get along with almost anyone though.
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Posted 1/4/16

PrinceJudar wrote:
Types I find particularly boring: Celebrity gossipers, eccentric shoppers, small talkers, hobbyists divergent of my own, parochial or dogmatic people, the humorless, toxics, the overly dramatic, manipulators and the social media vested.

Hahaha nice I think ya pretty much covered it was gonna say narrow-minded and/or loud and obnoxious peeps
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People who are TOO serious.
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Highly predictable people
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People who gossip about who did what, who went where, stupid things and superficial conversations. I hate those kind of people, such a pity everyone in my social environment is like that, main reason I don't have "real" friends
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