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Posted 9/17/16
No one ignores someone for no reason...
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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/18/17
I do it, though I hate to do it. I find no way for me to help them.

My end of the input/output would be too resource intensive and I, incapable of filling it.
I wouldn't want to hide my desperation for friendship if I intended to make friends and talked normally to them (aka "rushed the conversation") and if all they wanted to do was say some stupid things or talk to me to see if i had any ideas worth stealing like some previous classmates did, WHY BOTHER?!

I don't want to hang with most people. I've seen them. they treat you like a zoo animal and if you can't entertain them, you don't belong.
I saw a kid getting bullied for being like me and i joined the bullies to see how they think and I found that both he and I ask for too much.
Third world countries were better in this respect... all I needed to do was get some lice on my head to be like them who also had lice.

I don't talk with strangers because there doesn't seem to be a nice way of saying "I would talk with you everyday but I know how irritated you'd be and us just talking normally like this every once in a while would piss the hell out of me so BUG OFF!"
I don't want to hang out with them only once a week and they don't want to hang out with me everyday.

I was in a two-man dishwashing squad after a meal and the other guy just wouldn't let up.
He hogged both the sponge and the faucet when he only needed the sponge,
constantly and calmly told me to "Keep up",
and got impatient when i used the faucet with "hurry up"
and then when I couldn't take it and left him to do it alone, the group leader calmly told me to go back and "help" him.
I looked for a murder weapon then and there but could find nothing sufficient.
Being ignored sucks when you have to work with them.

I give a generic mass-produced reply: "oh" "uh" "ah" "yes?" "really?" "wow!" "amazing"
i put in vocal tones indicating my interest when there is no interest if i have the energy.
there are days when it seems like my body forgot what energy is and how to produce it.
Sorry if I've ignored you. And no, maybe not sorry. I can't change this yet, so why apologize now?
Some people demand action with the apology. Maybe you're like that. Maybe not.
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Posted 9/18/17
It's annoying tbh, cause most of the time I'm most likely forcing myself to talk with the person and not just doing so out of my good heart so the least a fucker could do is to act nice the same way to get things over with
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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/18/17

ShittyRestaurant wrote:

It's annoying tbh, cause most of the time I'm most likely forcing myself to talk with the person and not just doing so out of my good heart so the least a fucker could do is to act nice the same way to get things over with


my apologies. i did that to someone once.
i don't expect you to understand me as that would justify my actions.
i'm sorry.
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Posted 9/18/17 , edited 9/18/17

Aerlu wrote:


ShittyRestaurant wrote:

It's annoying tbh, cause most of the time I'm most likely forcing myself to talk with the person and not just doing so out of my good heart so the least a fucker could do is to act nice the same way to get things over with


my apologies. i did that to someone once.
i don't expect you to understand me because that would justify my actions.
i'm sorry.

No need to apologize really, I'm just sharing how salty it can have me be in some scenarios. I don't practically hate the act of ignoring someone itself but the implications that it can send can sometimes make the person think too high of themselves
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Posted 9/19/17
If they dont wanna talk to you, they dont gotta talk to you. What are you going to do about it? Best to just move on.
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Posted 9/19/17
This is a question that once more, has many variables to how You could go about answering this...It is all dependent on the multiple difference(s) and choices in each of the hypothetical scenarios...But putting it simply, I could care less regarding this, as long as there is no violence, nor err's between the imaginary People and situations.
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Posted 9/19/17 , edited 9/19/17
Rude. I get if you have a problem with someone or dealing with something internal or just want to be alone but ignoring people who want to spend time with you for no reason is a dick move. At least tell them you want to be alone rather than ghost them.
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Posted 9/19/17 , edited 9/22/17
What I find annoying is when people say they want to hangout or go somewhere together but they tell me this 2-3 months in advance and then the whole time they don't text me or anything . Do others experience this? I feel it's a form of ignoring since I'm the one constantly texting that person for information about what we are doing, when, who's driving, etc and they hardly reply and I'm left feeling like a jackass.
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Posted 9/19/17
Well, there's probably a reason, whether you like the reason or not.

Sometimes it's annoying if you're trying to get an important point across at work or in a situation like that. In casual situations, however, I'm not usually bothered by it too much because I typically lose interest in conversations quickly anyway.
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Posted 9/19/17
it saves me socializing time. but I ignore people per purpose, but people these days...
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Posted 9/19/17
People are actually bothered by this?
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Posted 9/22/17 , edited 9/22/17
Ignorance hurts the ignored.

You try leading a conversation with enthusiasm and charisma
only to be ignored. And it hurts.

It takes effort to make a semi gift-like friendly greeting
and seeing it just lay there...untouched.
It helps you realize the deeper meanings of the prefix "strange"
in a stranger.
Conversations will turn out strange when talking with a stranger because
both of you are strangers.
It is the right of a stranger to make things strange
As a juggler juggles and a baker bakes...or so it seems...
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Posted 9/23/17 , edited 9/23/17
I feel like that would be rude...but if they ignore you for no reason, then there's no point in trying to associate with them.
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Posted 9/23/17
Fuck'em. One less asshole I have to worry about.
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