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Post Reply Is it wrong to be curious and constantly questioning?
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idk is it?
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eclair-lumiere wrote:



Simply put, it depends on the situation.



Exactly! Like most things, it's all circumstantial.

Alright then.
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Yeah, but I never explain my reasoning for asking them. I guess I'm just too curious and bored. Sometimes I feel like my opinion isn't important enough to mention and I just want to know what everyone else thinks. I need to know what everyone else thinks because it could possibly make sense to me. I'm not smart enough to understand some of the things that people comment so I don't say much other than "oh okay". I feel bad for wasting people's time like that. They want a intelligent conversation and I can't give them one because I'm not knowledgeable enough. I want to be as smart as I can be that why I ask make these threads. Then I get the most complex answers that make me feel stupid, awkward, and jealous.

Sorry for rambling on like this.


Listening is a part of learning. I only see your topics as an intriguing chance for introspection, your opinion isn't, per se, needed. I don't think you should be pressured to give it, but even if you do, I wouldn't be embarrassed of it. More than listening, making mistakes and adhering to better knowledge is an essential part of learning.

Things I've said even a month ago I may not agree with today. Dig up years ago--you'd get perhaps a very different person. I'd dare say a fuckin' moron even. Years from now I'd probably look back and call myself presently an idiot.

We've all been there, awkward penguins attempting to learn but yet still fumbling to speak, and in some ways many of us still are. There's really nothing to be jealous or feel stupid about. If anything, those admirable opinions only mean the individual had dun' fucked up may times to get there.



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The irony is overwhelming here, but it isn't wrong. I mean, is it wrong to want to learn?
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Thank you so much!
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Of course not. Inquisitiveness is a good thing. Having a strong desire to learn is a very laudable quality.
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I don't post often here, but I've seen your threads as I lurk here once in while. So, to answer you I see nothing wrong with being curious and wanting to learn more. However, I think it's a bit weird that you always ask everyone to give a detailed opinion in a given topic when you rarely do so.

Maybe you could try to not just ask questions but also say your opinions? Yeah, there may be people who could know more than you in a given subject or could explain something more eloquently, but so what? There are also plenty of folks who know as much (or even less) as you and explain something as well as you (or, again, even less) and they stil post. Also, ultimately, we are just strangers on the Internet and many of us we don't even live in your country. So, don't worry so much about what we may think about after you have stated your position on any topic.
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Why does this thread title make me think of sweet, sweet yuri?



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Umm.
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depends. an inquisitive mind is a good thing, and to see the world through fresh eyes makes it a magical place. however, if you're planning on following people around going 'whatcha doin? why? why? why? why? why?' don't be surprised if you get punched.
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akai_ryu wrote:

I don't post often here, but I've seen your threads as I lurk here once in while. So, to answer you I see nothing wrong with being curious and wanting to learn more. However, I think it's a bit weird that you always ask everyone to give a detailed opinion in a given topic when you rarely do so.

Maybe you could try to not just ask questions but also say your opinions? Yeah, there may be people who could know more than you in a given subject or could explain something more eloquently, but so what? There are also plenty of folks who know as much (or even less) as you and explain something as well as you (or, again, even less) and they stil post. Also, ultimately, we are just strangers on the Internet and many of us we don't even live in your country. So, don't worry so much about what we may think about after you have stated your position on any topic.




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Posted 1/4/16
Well we've proven there is nothing wrong with this.



We've also proven that there won't be many questions from me coming soon because getting CR points is really difficult when you're not premium... RIP
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Well we've proven there is nothing wrong with this.



We've also proven that there won't be many questions from me coming soon because getting CR points is really difficult when you're not premium... RIP


Sorry to hear it.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

My Turn:




Why you're asking something may not be so important depending on the circunstances. I was talking about writing your thoughts on the things you ask or on other's people threads.

It's good listening to more knowledgeable people, but you should form your opinions too rather than just buy everything someone clever (or who, at least, seems clever) says.

Anyway, I think you may be underestimating you. Also, I think you may be overestimating everyone else. I mean, yes, there are clever people on internet who are looking for an intelligent conversation. There are also a lot of people who either aren't so clever or aren't looking for such thing. There also are several folks who think they are clever and they are saying very thoughtful things when, actually, they aren't as clever as they belive and they are posting mostly nonsense.
Posted 1/4/16
I don't think your threads are annoying at all
I like you
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