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4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.
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4/26/2016 5:06:51 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
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4/26/2016 5:34:09 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much, i just attempt to play it cool.

I am sort-of getting used to it.
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Adam_Godzilla
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4/26/2016 6:46:14 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 5:34:09 PM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much, i just attempt to play it cool.

I am sort-of getting used to it.

I know right?
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4/26/2016 7:09:50 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 6:46:14 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/26/2016 5:34:09 PM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much, i just attempt to play it cool.

I am sort-of getting used to it.

I know right?

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Jesus loves you.

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n7
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4/27/2016 2:02:26 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much. Then people get angry or annoyed at you for not talking much. Then you go home and cry yourself to sleep. Then the next day you try your best to avoid any social interaction.
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Emmarie
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4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.
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4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
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4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.
Jesus loves you.

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Emmarie
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4/27/2016 2:49:34 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
I have sons close to your age. They didn't have cell phones - still don't and they only got I pods after they were 17 - lol when they bought them mainly for music. But they have thanked me because they do notice how their friends are addicted to their phones and devices. We went out to eat at a Chinese buffet on Saturday. My oldest son, (22) made a joke about the latest trend about who picks up the check, is whoever reaches for their phone first. My youngest son (19) replied, we'd be there all night in that case. So we decided to each pay for our own meals.
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4/27/2016 3:00:52 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:49:34 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
I have sons close to your age. They didn't have cell phones - still don't and they only got I pods after they were 17 - lol when they bought them mainly for music. But they have thanked me because they do notice how their friends are addicted to their phones and devices. We went out to eat at a Chinese buffet on Saturday. My oldest son, (22) made a joke about the latest trend about who picks up the check, is whoever reaches for their phone first. My youngest son (19) replied, we'd be there all night in that case. So we decided to each pay for our own meals.

That's hilarious. I think it's smart to keep technology from young people. I think this generation was hit by smartphones the most when they became a trend.
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Adam_Godzilla
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4/27/2016 3:11:17 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:02:26 AM, n7 wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much. Then people get angry or annoyed at you for not talking much. Then you go home and cry yourself to sleep. Then the next day you try your best to avoid any social interaction.

The joy of life :)
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4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.
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4/27/2016 3:21:38 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:00:52 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:49:34 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
I have sons close to your age. They didn't have cell phones - still don't and they only got I pods after they were 17 - lol when they bought them mainly for music. But they have thanked me because they do notice how their friends are addicted to their phones and devices. We went out to eat at a Chinese buffet on Saturday. My oldest son, (22) made a joke about the latest trend about who picks up the check, is whoever reaches for their phone first. My youngest son (19) replied, we'd be there all night in that case. So we decided to each pay for our own meals.

That's hilarious. I think it's smart to keep technology from young people. I think this generation was hit by smartphones the most when they became a trend.

Yeah I turned of the electricity every summer since 2005, and made my kids go outside. They skateboarded, swam, and played basketball and ran around outside all day. I was like, "your not gonna sit and play video games all summer." They'd be tired enough to go to sleep by midnight. They'd read or draw by candlelight till they got sleepy and get up by 9 or 10 am, and play all day - everyday. They do thank me for how I raised them, even though some people think I was a bad parent, for not giving my kids what everyone else had. We still laugh a lot at random things, and communicate. Now they work and buy technology, but it doesn't rule them. They still skateboard, and swim, and play basketball in the summer. They draw and make music too. I think we are happier than many people, and I don't care if I'm a social misfit.
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4/27/2016 3:25:55 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.

No, just don't judge all of us like so.

I am gradually getting more social though.

I interact at least once daily with another
student for the sake of conversation.

And about being a rebel, i am one.

I am a complete outlier.

It is because i should have been born 100 years ago.

The average, christian man was me now.

I am out of my time.

I looked into it and i seem to be a "muscular christian".

Google muscular christianity if you want to look it up.

I always thought i was old school but not that old school.
Jesus loves you.

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4/27/2016 3:27:05 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:02:26 AM, n7 wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

Pretty much. Then people get angry or annoyed at you for not talking much. Then you go home and cry yourself to sleep. Then the next day you try your best to avoid any social interaction.

Pretty much.

How do you expect me to keep the conversation going?

You didn't respond?

Y u no respond?

Feedback!
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4/27/2016 3:42:15 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:21:38 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:00:52 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:49:34 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
I have sons close to your age. They didn't have cell phones - still don't and they only got I pods after they were 17 - lol when they bought them mainly for music. But they have thanked me because they do notice how their friends are addicted to their phones and devices. We went out to eat at a Chinese buffet on Saturday. My oldest son, (22) made a joke about the latest trend about who picks up the check, is whoever reaches for their phone first. My youngest son (19) replied, we'd be there all night in that case. So we decided to each pay for our own meals.

That's hilarious. I think it's smart to keep technology from young people. I think this generation was hit by smartphones the most when they became a trend.

Yeah I turned of the electricity every summer since 2005, and made my kids go outside. They skateboarded, swam, and played basketball and ran around outside all day. I was like, "your not gonna sit and play video games all summer." They'd be tired enough to go to sleep by midnight. They'd read or draw by candlelight till they got sleepy and get up by 9 or 10 am, and play all day - everyday. They do thank me for how I raised them, even though some people think I was a bad parent, for not giving my kids what everyone else had. We still laugh a lot at random things, and communicate. Now they work and buy technology, but it doesn't rule them. They still skateboard, and swim, and play basketball in the summer. They draw and make music too. I think we are happier than many people, and I don't care if I'm a social misfit.

Oh man, I wish I had that childhood. I mostly spent my time at home. When I was younger, I used to play, ride bikes, draw with friends, but now not so much. I think people become really busy with school and higher education.
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4/27/2016 3:47:26 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:25:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.

No, just don't judge all of us like so.

I am gradually getting more social though.

I interact at least once daily with another
student for the sake of conversation.

And about being a rebel, i am one.

I am a complete outlier.

It is because i should have been born 100 years ago.

The average, christian man was me now.

I am out of my time.

I looked into it and i seem to be a "muscular christian".

Google muscular christianity if you want to look it up.

I always thought i was old school but not that old school.

I looked it up. I wouldn't have wanted to have lived 100 years ago because I like music since the jazz age and the social strides that minorities and females have achieved. I do like physical exertion though, even though I'm a petite female who is stronger than I appear. I consider myself to be a Buddhist/Christian, into martial arts.

You could be happy being the individual that you are, if you weren't under the social pressures of a generation who labels everything into genres and sub genres and attempts to fit into technological social constraints. I miss the 90's and early 2000's when individuality was acceptable and often embraced. If the world doesn't accept you like you are, ignore it and find at least one friend who likes you as you are.
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4/27/2016 3:56:55 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:47:26 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:25:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.

No, just don't judge all of us like so.

I am gradually getting more social though.

I interact at least once daily with another
student for the sake of conversation.

And about being a rebel, i am one.

I am a complete outlier.

It is because i should have been born 100 years ago.

The average, christian man was me now.

I am out of my time.

I looked into it and i seem to be a "muscular christian".

Google muscular christianity if you want to look it up.

I always thought i was old school but not that old school.

I looked it up. I wouldn't have wanted to have lived 100 years ago because I like music since the jazz age and the social strides that minorities and females have achieved. I do like physical exertion though, even though I'm a petite female who is stronger than I appear. I consider myself to be a Buddhist/Christian, into martial arts.

You could be happy being the individual that you are, if you weren't under the social pressures of a generation who labels everything into genres and sub genres and attempts to fit into technological social constraints. I miss the 90's and early 2000's when individuality was acceptable and often embraced. If the world doesn't accept you like you are, ignore it and find at least one friend who likes you as you are.

Precisely, i like being me.

But if you don't like me then you can't do anything about it.

I am too abmitious.

And i can only find a good friend online. XD
Jesus loves you.

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4/27/2016 4:02:33 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:42:15 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:21:38 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:00:52 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:49:34 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:42:08 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

I think so too. When I'm around people older than me, it's easier to talk. Or rather, they make it easier.
I have sons close to your age. They didn't have cell phones - still don't and they only got I pods after they were 17 - lol when they bought them mainly for music. But they have thanked me because they do notice how their friends are addicted to their phones and devices. We went out to eat at a Chinese buffet on Saturday. My oldest son, (22) made a joke about the latest trend about who picks up the check, is whoever reaches for their phone first. My youngest son (19) replied, we'd be there all night in that case. So we decided to each pay for our own meals.

That's hilarious. I think it's smart to keep technology from young people. I think this generation was hit by smartphones the most when they became a trend.

Yeah I turned of the electricity every summer since 2005, and made my kids go outside. They skateboarded, swam, and played basketball and ran around outside all day. I was like, "your not gonna sit and play video games all summer." They'd be tired enough to go to sleep by midnight. They'd read or draw by candlelight till they got sleepy and get up by 9 or 10 am, and play all day - everyday. They do thank me for how I raised them, even though some people think I was a bad parent, for not giving my kids what everyone else had. We still laugh a lot at random things, and communicate. Now they work and buy technology, but it doesn't rule them. They still skateboard, and swim, and play basketball in the summer. They draw and make music too. I think we are happier than many people, and I don't care if I'm a social misfit.

Oh man, I wish I had that childhood. I mostly spent my time at home. When I was younger, I used to play, ride bikes, draw with friends, but now not so much. I think people become really busy with school and higher education.

There's nothing wrong with education, but i tried to go back to College in 2007, and it had changed drastically since the late early 2000's. I went for a year in 1990, a semester in 2000, and when I tried it again in 2007, I didn't like it. When I went the 2 previous times, it was about learning how to think for yourself and expand your own ideas, but in 2007 it was about conforming to the language and standards of chosen fields. It seemed more about checking off classes toward a major, than engaging in learning. 2005-2006 was the year anonymity was killed by cameras and cell phones. Your generation has so much pressure to succeed in the future that you are being cheated out of enjoying the present. I hope you find time to enjoy life.
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4/27/2016 4:20:22 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 3:56:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:47:26 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:25:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.

No, just don't judge all of us like so.

I am gradually getting more social though.

I interact at least once daily with another
student for the sake of conversation.

And about being a rebel, i am one.

I am a complete outlier.

It is because i should have been born 100 years ago.

The average, christian man was me now.

I am out of my time.

I looked into it and i seem to be a "muscular christian".

Google muscular christianity if you want to look it up.

I always thought i was old school but not that old school.

I looked it up. I wouldn't have wanted to have lived 100 years ago because I like music since the jazz age and the social strides that minorities and females have achieved. I do like physical exertion though, even though I'm a petite female who is stronger than I appear. I consider myself to be a Buddhist/Christian, into martial arts.

You could be happy being the individual that you are, if you weren't under the social pressures of a generation who labels everything into genres and sub genres and attempts to fit into technological social constraints. I miss the 90's and early 2000's when individuality was acceptable and often embraced. If the world doesn't accept you like you are, ignore it and find at least one friend who likes you as you are.

Precisely, i like being me.

But if you don't like me then you can't do anything about it.

I am too abmitious.

And i can only find a good friend online. XD
Technology breeds social dysfunction, because it's addicting, I agree. It's one of the reasons why I periodically go without electricity, so I'm not tempted to converse online. But then I turn into even more of a social misfit - cuz everyone else talks about their facebook etc. Modern times suck, I hope you find a friend :)
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4/27/2016 4:23:32 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Sorry, but that is highly speculative. Social anxiety disorder has existed long before modern technology.
https://www.verywell.com...
https://en.wikipedia.org...

I developed severe SA even though most people I know are older and don't use cameras or tech often.
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4/27/2016 4:43:54 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 4:23:32 AM, n7 wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Sorry, but that is highly speculative. Social anxiety disorder has existed long before modern technology.
https://www.verywell.com...
https://en.wikipedia.org...

I developed severe SA even though most people I know are older and don't use cameras or tech often.
What do labels accomplish? Is it possible for some people to be more social than others? Mainstream culture and "experts" breed social anxiety. It's not very common in the community I came from, blue collar, inner city, racially integrated. People are not scrutinized, analysed and labeled there, like they are in mainstream society. I so much wish the culture I am from was given credibility, so that people could cast off all the labels they think they need, and just be individuals with strengths and weaknesses.

It's only speculative - as far as being what I have observed. It's another thing that drives me crazy about mainstream society, the inability for individuals to learn based on their own observations and experiences. I don't need an expert to tell me who or what I am, I'm OK with knowing my strengths and weaknesses and I'd love to see others liberated to embrace themselves without the need of experts labeling them is this or that, for characteristics that make us individuals.
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4/27/2016 4:56:06 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 4:20:22 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:56:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:47:26 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:25:55 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 3:11:39 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:47:07 AM, Dragon_of_Christ wrote:
At 4/27/2016 2:19:04 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I really don't think this is your fault. I think it is the fault of growing up with cell phones and cameras. I think if your generation could be technology free for a week or a month, you would all interact socially just fine. I wish they had LIVE get togethers for your generation where no social media or cameras were allowed, with live music. Then you may feel socially awkward at first, but once everyone realized that you weren't being cammed - or that people weren't gonna be distracted by social media or texts, you'd relax and learn to interact live with other live people.

Want to know why i am like i am?

Rejection.

People never liked me because i am socially inept.

As my logical and thinking skills
skyrocketed i was bullied and ridiculed.

Now i come here to fulfill social needs.

I don't label myself or anyone else, and I will never conform to the world. If you are not mocking me and you truly feel socially inept, then my advise is the same to you. It is not your fault! Be a rebel, find one friend to enjoy some activity that doesn't involve technology and walk around not caring about cameras or phones or the internet, laughing about things you observe live.

I know I'm a social butterfly when technology isn't involved. Unfortunately for the moment technology rules, so I'm out of my domain, which is LIVE social interaction. I come here to keep myself from complete boredom cuz everyone my age is into their material possessions, or struggling worse than I am. I simply don't care if I'm a social misfit in a technological and materialistic culture, it will never rule who I am.

No, just don't judge all of us like so.

I am gradually getting more social though.

I interact at least once daily with another
student for the sake of conversation.

And about being a rebel, i am one.

I am a complete outlier.

It is because i should have been born 100 years ago.

The average, christian man was me now.

I am out of my time.

I looked into it and i seem to be a "muscular christian".

Google muscular christianity if you want to look it up.

I always thought i was old school but not that old school.

I looked it up. I wouldn't have wanted to have lived 100 years ago because I like music since the jazz age and the social strides that minorities and females have achieved. I do like physical exertion though, even though I'm a petite female who is stronger than I appear. I consider myself to be a Buddhist/Christian, into martial arts.

You could be happy being the individual that you are, if you weren't under the social pressures of a generation who labels everything into genres and sub genres and attempts to fit into technological social constraints. I miss the 90's and early 2000's when individuality was acceptable and often embraced. If the world doesn't accept you like you are, ignore it and find at least one friend who likes you as you are.

Precisely, i like being me.

But if you don't like me then you can't do anything about it.

I am too abmitious.

And i can only find a good friend online. XD
Technology breeds social dysfunction, because it's addicting, I agree. It's one of the reasons why I periodically go without electricity, so I'm not tempted to converse online. But then I turn into even more of a social misfit - cuz everyone else talks about their facebook etc. Modern times suck, I hope you find a friend :)

Thanks.
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4/27/2016 12:17:03 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I used to be the same way but then I "got over it"
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4/27/2016 8:31:30 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 12:17:03 PM, Kirigaya-Kazuto wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I used to be the same way but then I "got over it"
That's great. Hope life's been good.
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4/28/2016 2:11:57 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/27/2016 8:31:30 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 4/27/2016 12:17:03 PM, Kirigaya-Kazuto wrote:
At 4/26/2016 4:11:40 PM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
You don't really know what to do,
when the other person is staring at you,
expecting an answer,
what do you say? Do you smile?
Do you laugh at their joke? Chuckle?
What if you laugh too much. Smile too much.
Say too much, do too much.
It's never enough. Every reaction,
is unexpected. What are you so afraid of?
Making a friend, or losing one in the end?
You feel so relieved. The conversation is over.
But then... the heavy feeling comes back,
late in the night, as you realize,
you did not do enough.

I used to be the same way but then I "got over it"
That's great. Hope life's been good.
Oh don't worry I still have social anxiety but I've been able to hide it. So life's been relatively unchanged.
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Don't quote me ~fire_wings
If anyone's getting modkilled, it's kiri. Just for his sig. ~Seventh
Yes ~Vaarka
No ~Rosalie
Ya clown ~Solon
OSU! ~Vaarka