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post #61 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 06:00 PM
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Meki is doing a good job of losing votes for his team.

Won't be surprised if he gets voted off the island, Crimson style.

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How have I lost any votes?
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Everyone should vote for Walls in every catagory or else he'll gorilla fuck you into oblivion.

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By lying to the PEOPLE and being a moster twat

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No watwermelons for you, you muck savage.

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post #66 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 06:58 PM
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will you be my friends?

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post #67 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 08:13 PM
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No, not really. I don't think someone can truly be your friend until you've spent some personal time with them. You know about their mannerisms, can read their expressions... and have just.... done stuff. My best friends are two guys that are closer to me than my own siblings. That only happens after you've been through things. Shared experiences good and bad. After you've had some fucking crazy times but also shared those quiet moments where you got locked out of the apartment building and just sit on the bench for most of the night reflecting on those crazy times before going to sleep in the car.
Ok so maybe you can have friends over the Internet, but it definitely isn't the same. Not even close.
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post #68 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 08:33 PM
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Well then let me change the question, is internet frienship much different from real life friendship if you never seen someone in person? How can someone truly call someone else a true friend when they never seen them in person? At least in person you can observe someone in its natural habitat but on the internet you cant. You just see what they allow you to see and thats it.
Have done an actual relationship (which led to a face to face one) over the internet - which was not originally planned, but developed over time. Also, I have many true, several-years-long friends that I've made through the internet; some, I've met face to face, and others, not yet. Some friends I originally made face to face have become better friends even though we now only talk over the internet. Funny how that works sometimes.

In response to the quote above, I've been fortunate that the online friends I've made aren't different in person. The only thing that factors in are their friends/family, who I usually already know about and have been explained to me in detail. I don't hold back with myself if someone is potential to be a real friend, and I've gotten the same in return, so that's why I personally don't feel that someone physically being there is necessary in order to legitimize a friendship. But that depends on whether the person on the other end is a liar or not. I don't believe in lying about myself online, even though a lot of people do and it's expected. However, I don't use my real name in places where I know it won't matter. Nobody in this forum (or forums in general) cares about knowing me or about being a real friend to me, so that's why a handle is fine - because, by their nature, forums don't seem like the best place(s) to make friends (at least to me). The way people share their opinions tells a lot about their character, and is actually a good weeding-out process in determining if someone is friend potential (but it's not something I think about because I'm not looking for friends here, just ppl to chat about wrestling with). But "Mrs. Austin Aries" represents my real self.

I've also had pen pal friends that I met in person. One of my oldest friends is a guy I originally met through a pen pal site. And one of my oldest female friends is a chick I met through FanFiction.net (of all places) and became pen pals with. Some of my internet friends are as valuable to me as my face to face ones, and vice versa. There are ways to show that without being in the same place, I've found. It really does depend on both sides, because I've had people that I've met face to face (including blood relatives) and have known for years and never get to know them as closely as some I've met online.

But in order not to be killed or take advantage of, I am careful. Just throwing that in there.

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post #69 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 09:23 PM
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never made a 'real' friend over the internet completely without meeting the person irl. i dunno it just seems weird. you can talk about stuff but being close, sharing personal details and all is just strange. last thing you want is to get too close to someone you've only known online without meeting them only to find out later on that they've been trolling you all along

just normal chats and stuff is fine to me but i dont really consider them friends per se... e-buddies is the best term i can think of
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post #70 of 100 (permalink) Old 03-11-2013, 07:44 AM
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I am tempted to make a joke on your mother,But I won't for obvious reasons.

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