Yeah it was definitely me...I had to mute my mic a lot because I my roommate randomly started arguing with me and then my mom just kind of came over- two things that never happen but did because I happened to be interacting with another human being. So I would be cool with giving it another try lol.
I also fall into the research trap. As a general rule if I don't know what I am talking about I don't say anything. So if there is something that I want to say I always have to go and double check my facts but then I get lost just researching about the topic and by the time I realize it I don't really want to post about it anymore. But I think a lot of us fall into these traps because we don't generate many posts despite at least 50 people being on at all times. Maybe we should invite some ENTPs.
I used to play exclusively with British & Irish people, for some reason my xbox wouldn't match me with any Americans and we usually had a good connection. I'm quiet too but I think I'll be able to come up with some sort of conversation since this is the first opportunity I have had in a while to gain a possible friend lol. I am pathetically lonely
Games are a great way to zone out although I often find myself feeling anxious to do something else, something of value. However, I don't really have anything else to do so I just keep playing which leads to me getting bored and opting to get lost in my head. We should play some time, I would love to have intellectual company for once.
Very true. My biggest problem with forums is that I tend to be a lurker. I read everything and suck in all the information and then I start to feel like I know everyone and that I am part of the community but its just an illusion. Then I feel like I don't have anything of value to say so I rarely post lol. I love this forum but at the same time I find it very frustrating.
I'm slighty addicted to COD as well but I don't always play good. I tend to play the game and use it as something to physically do while I go get lost in my head. But then again I do get really into the game sometimes it just depends on how bored I am with COD I guess.
I don't mind the stalking lol, I like to "investigate" people as well. But its nice to know you find me interesting, I was beginning to feel like I repel my own kind.
Sorry babe. If you want I'll make it up to you with lots of drink. <3
Thank you kindly sir, and godspeed towards yours!
Aw bless, still not bright eyed and bushy tailed? I'm perfectly placed to do something horrible to you then.>:}
You had damn well better like it.
Is it? It seems to me like the nieghbours of Libya aren't being rather responsible, and the West isn't exactly going about it well.. I still don't really understand how supporting a rebel insurrection counts as 'protecting civillians'... Seems more like they're more concerned with getting on the good terms of a new government, seeing as how the old one is never going to forgive them now...
Yes. it seems like we've had a lot this decade... Floods in Pakistan, Australia, earthquakes, oil spills, nuclear disasters and now we have tornadoes...
Yes... I think when you've suffered the glare of a few social systems and the backhanding of would be do-gooders trying to place you on a higher path... and when you spend the majority of your childhood trying to analyse and compensate for your blatant and much mocked differences... you really start to look to the bad guys, don't you?
I mean, the villians are always better, they have greater intelligence, more illustrious goals , and yet they are often rejected and loathed.
An insecure retreat perhaps, but an amusing one to an outsider, I'll bet.
It was a big spider but it bled a lot
because it gave me an infection in
my blood stream and I had to take
this medicine where it bled non-stop
for like a week. It was really disgusting.
Whenever I would change my band
aids blood would literally pour out of
it and just cascade all over my floor.
And it wasn't like normal blood. It
was pale and some of it was kinda
clotty. It was really gross. But cool.
I was thinking about changing my
avatar to be honest.
And it's not a piece of bone coming
out. All I did was skin myself shaving.
Hmm. I moved from Springvale at like age 6 so my memories of it consist of a feel for the atmosphere rather than many detailed specifics that I would observe at this age. I'd say Springvale (and maybe SE suburbs in general, or not) is more vibrant. Very varied, very busy, full of life. Northern suburbs, not so much. It's not dead, but life is restricted more to shopping centres and people taking walks/jogs in suburban streets, etc. Also, I remember Springvale as red while I'd remember Epping as green. Go figure :P
Hallo! I'd seen you around but only just noticed that you're also from Melbourne :P This is normally where I'd ensue with questions on which area you live in, what you like to do what you think of the city...but I think I'll wait for a reply first. ^__^