Would you rather leave your life the same and be social or be trapped on an island by yourself with the internet etc?

Posted by: reece

Comments would be great.

  • Stay and be social.

  • Be trapped on an island by yourself.

64% 9 votes
36% 5 votes
  • Being social can involve public/family gatherings as well as socializing by using the internet via games and Facebook, twitter, etc.

  • My dad calls me a social butterfly. I'm incredibly social. Ask deusdiligitme!

  • People who live on the internet will die regretting they never lived, loved, or laughed enough. The internet is really some BS and it is a huge cause of why people are so unhappy. On the internet, people see all that can make them happy, but they are too glued to it to go out and get those things.

  • I'm not a very sociable person. People annoy me too much; most of the time I'm dragged out of my room my obligations and force. I like being alone and not having people around me. Isolation is kind of my favorite thing.

  • People annoy the crud out of me and aspergers dont help. I'd keep my family though - couldn't live without them.

  • That would be sooo nice. and people could come visit me every once in a while, right?

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SamStevens says2014-07-12T01:13:06.1825354-05:00
Even though I consider myself socially award, I would still like the option to interact with family/friends person to person, like family gatherings, instead of being trapped on an island by myself for an undisclosed amount of time.
dietorangesoda says2014-07-12T01:40:45.2009525-05:00
I'm not sure i usually sit at home on my computer because i have pretty bad social anxiety and don't interact to much but at the same time i enjoy hanging out with certain people better then talking to people online
reece says2014-07-12T02:04:06.3469839-05:00
High five for social anxiety.
Formerland1 says2014-07-12T13:12:58.9619875-05:00
Can my island have a big castle with automatic stuff so I don't have to do work ?

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