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Posted 6/9/16
i only feel like speaking when i have something interesting to say. i don't know if i am really a people person. I can be friendly when i want to, but people irritate me too easily and i will never go out of my way to talk to someone. If i know them and i think they are cool, then i will talk to them. Otherwise, i will hope that they won't notice me and talk to me. I guess i am awkward. Sometimes, i think i talk too much because i am pretty opinionated, but most of the time i won't speak. Plus, a lot of people just come off as douchebags to me. To conclude, i only like talking to people who aren't douchebags and I'm cool with, aka friends with me.
Posted 6/9/16
to a degree, yes. people exhaust me, but since the longest conversation i get each week is with my therapist, i don't have to worry about getting tired out by other people all too often. of course, once summer ends i'll actually be attending school instead of doing it from home 90% of the time, so... i won't enjoy talking to people then.
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19 / M / east coast. Let t...
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Yeah. I advertise it. I seem like an introvert but I'm nopt.
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I like talking to people, I tend to blabber so I try not to get too ahead of myself with people's I've just met.

which is why many people always say I'm quiet even though I'm really not
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I'm more of a listener but yes, I like to express myself a lot, though I get easily annoyed these days with most people. You see them stuck on their damn smart phones completely oblivious to your existence. You could just walk away and they wouldn't notice you're gone. Real conversations are rare these days which is why I appreciate them more.
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i make myself be social when in fact I find it quite draining, but i grow in doing so.
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34 / M / Off the map.
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No, and I can get stupidly ambiguous at times or switch subjects.
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Nope nope nope
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Sometimes
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I love talking to people and being in social settings whether it's the park watching people hoop on a hot day, school, or a party I just love being around people and I'm often told that I'm a great people person. I'm a great talker and listener and just yesterday I held a conversation for 20-30 minutes and the guy was in a car and I was on a bike. But others times I just sit back, watch people, and dig the scene quietly and that leads to another thing I enjoy doing which is watching people and sometimes I'll go to the mall, sit down, and just observe people. All in all I just love everything about people, being around them, watching them, and talking to them and it could just give you a clue about a individual's background just by observing and talking with them, I'm just a social observer.
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Sometimes, some people. I usually like to listen to people.
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My neighbor is a WWII veteran and a Bataan Death March survivor. You'd never know it if you talked to him. He will talk your ear off. Even if I'm not in the mood for chit chat, I always immediately drop what i'm doing to listen to him. It's the least I can do. He's a lonely old man and if it's anything we Japanese respect it's our elders. I notice that is not the case here and that's sad. His family are these snooty rude people with his spoiled grand kids who never see him.
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Gunsmith_Girl wrote:

My neighbor is a WWII veteran and a Bataan Death March survivor. You'd never know it if you talked to him. He will talk your ear off. Even if I'm not in the mood for chit chat, I always immediately drop what i'm doing to listen to him. It's the least I can do. He's a lonely old man and if it's anything we Japanese respect it's our elders. I notice that is not the case here and that's sad. His family are these snooty rude people with his spoiled grand kids who never see him.


Some days I just get on my bike and go to my grandma's house to sit and talk with her for 10-12 hours at a time because she's good at listening and when I want to get away from people in my house.
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Gunsmith_Girl wrote:

My neighbor is a WWII veteran and a Bataan Death March survivor. You'd never know it if you talked to him. He will talk your ear off. Even if I'm not in the mood for chit chat, I always immediately drop what i'm doing to listen to him. It's the least I can do. He's a lonely old man and if it's anything we Japanese respect it's our elders. I notice that is not the case here and that's sad. His family are these snooty rude people with his spoiled grand kids who never see him.


Some days I just get on my bike and go to my grandma's house to sit and talk with her for 10-12 hours at a time because she's good at listening and when I want to get away from people in my house.


It's a sad day in America when people no longer respect the Greatest Generation they refer to them as. They fought fascists only to have their grand kids vote for them. A slap in the face. He told me they walked like 65 miles or something insane. He said every time someone fell from exhaustion, the IJA would beat them to death or behead them, shoot them etc. letting others know if you fall, you're dead.
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