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#93 - yowhatsup (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm pretty much half and half. I love staying in doors and not giving a **** about anything, however I love going to parties and I'm pretty loud with other people that I'm comfortable with. When I'm forced to be introduced to new people I try to break myself out of the introverted barrier and get to know them straight away in order to avoid myself looking like an anti-social, awkward dickface.
User avatar #91 - timmity (07/12/2013) [-]
I`m an introvert, i like company, as long as it`s not too much, i don`t like big parties, i hang out in small groups, i get energy that way or by as ther introverts do, on their own or with one other person but i also get enery from the small groups too, preferably no more than 3 people
#90 - jefftheturtle (07/12/2013) [-]
I confus because I LOVE hanging out with people but I'm always the one giving the most energy so how does that work? Also I can't imagine anyone not feeling exhausted after a lot of social interaction
#119 to #90 - lordcaboose (07/12/2013) [-]
Introverts don't not like hanging out with people its just that they find it exhausting or at least draining.
#89 - thisotherdude (07/12/2013) [-]
So in other words if you're an introvert than fun party people will constantly attempt to molest you. Good thing I don't go outside.
#86 - stallwallwriter (07/12/2013) [-]
Wait, so introverts create their own energy, while extroverts gather it around other people: does this make introverts like plants, and extroverts like carnivores? Like a lot of people, I don't think I fall really into either camp (I have friends and I like being with people, but seeing them too much makes me feel worn out).

Basically, Is it wrong of me to like the idea of feeding on other people's energy like a T-Rex?
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User avatar #80 - alalalalal ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
I read it first as "Guide understanding to the introverted"...
User avatar #75 - yiffcario ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
This is damn true.
User avatar #67 - tkuja (07/12/2013) [-]
this feels obnoxious
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User avatar #66 to #64 - tacobadger (07/12/2013) [-]
"Im not awkward, Im just misunderstood!!!1one"
#56 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
No this guy is an antisocial little **** and needs to learn how to ******* talk to people. You need person skills in order to survive in life and these kinds of assholes have none. They are annoying awkward little ***** and should just not go out if they don't enjoy it. Stay in your little emo dark room with your books like the pathetic loner you are. They are not good in social situations so they PRETEND they don't want to be in them, that way they don't feel the need to change, they just say hey I just don't like it when in reality they care. Idc what you say everyone wants to be accepted and have friends, these losers can not make friends because like I said they're antisocial.
User avatar #261 to #56 - hotsaws (07/13/2013) [-]
Your personality is why intoverts exist.
#301 to #261 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
No they exist because they're antisocial assholes.
User avatar #305 to #301 - hotsaws (07/13/2013) [-]
Holy ************* **** , you are retarded.
#358 to #305 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
How so?
#152 to #56 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
There's a balance in there somewhere. Yes everyone needs to learn how to talk to people, but that doesn't mean I enjoy it. I_ tolerate_ it.
#113 to #56 - cocainrain (07/12/2013) [-]
by the looks of it you have worse sosial skills than me and thats something, you should be ashamed and btw the red thumbs means no (for future reference)
#122 to #113 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm a very social person actually, unlike all you antisocial assholes who call themselves "introverts". You're not special or unique, you're just an asshole.
User avatar #147 to #122 - cocainrain (07/12/2013) [-]
I never claimed to be an introvert, but I see similarities SOME wit what is defined as an introvert in me, and you call me an asshole and do not even know me further proves your social skills poor. if I where to make a decision on some due to a comment or a sentence I can not, they could write negro and you may think they a racist, but in reality they say black in Spanish (and look at it asshole but im not in tilet to make that choice yet, I do not know you)
#157 to #147 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
"By the looks of it you have worse social skills than me and that's something." Sounds kind of like you were implying you were an introvert. I called introverts assholes because they are antisocial assholes who think they're special unique snowflakes when they're not.
#244 to #157 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
"people who don't like what i like are fags"
#246 to #244 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
... what the **** are you talking about? I like pokemon, people who do not like pokemon are not fags. What I like has nothing to do with this, it's about being a normal person.
#253 to #246 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
striving for mediocrity is not a good thing
#306 to #253 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
In this case it's good to be normal. It's how people function properly in society.
#109 to #56 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm sorry guys, I'm just going through some **** right now.
My boyfriend just left me since I have AIDS.
And of course, the chemo from my ass cancer is really ******* me up.
User avatar #99 to #56 - Shiny (07/12/2013) [-]
Asocial and antisocial are not the same thing. There's also a difference between being inept at socialization and just not thriving on it.

I hope you eventually grow out of your "lol i hav maor frens n u" mindset.
#125 to #99 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
And here are some more made up excuses for people to act like antisocial assholes... they are not asocial, they don't just not thrive off socialization, they can NOT do it so they make excuses for themselves. They are not some special unique ******* snowflake... the number of friends I have has nothing to do with this, it's the fact that they can not function in social situations.
User avatar #129 to #125 - Shiny (07/12/2013) [-]
Who is "they"? Stop spouting straw man ******** .
#160 to #129 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm sorry I thought it was pretty ******* obvious the subject of this conversation... it's introverts. You know, the people that this content and this strain of comments have been about? Seriously, how the **** did you not catch that?
User avatar #161 to #160 - Shiny (07/12/2013) [-]
And your comments are baseless and nonsensical. Liking something and being able to do something are inherently different things.
#219 to #161 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
If you don't like it then you are antisocial.
User avatar #240 to #219 - Shiny (07/13/2013) [-]
No, you're asocial. Antisocial refers to destructive, spiteful behavior to others.
#249 to #240 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
And they are spiteful of others who socialize more then them. They think something is wrong with YOU when in reality something is wrong with them.
User avatar #250 to #249 - Shiny (07/13/2013) [-]
Do you think we don't see what you're doing, using an imaginary sense of persecution as an excuse to be a spiteful dick to others, as if two wrongs make a right?
#307 to #250 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
They deserve to be persecuted for being the antisocial little ***** they are. Hopefully they will change and improve themselves.
User avatar #311 to #307 - Shiny (07/13/2013) [-]
"People I don't like have no right to exist"

Don't cut yourself on that edge, ITG.
#359 to #311 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
You're making this too personal... this doesn't have anything to do with my preferences. This is about them not being able to socialize. And I don't know what ITG stands for...
User avatar #373 to #359 - Shiny (07/13/2013) [-]
Being introverted does not automatically mean you do not know how to socialize.
#374 to #373 - anonymous (07/14/2013) [-]
Yes it does. It means you're an antisocial asshole.
User avatar #375 to #374 - Shiny (07/14/2013) [-]
Prove it.
#88 to #56 - skejet (07/12/2013) [-]
******** . I'm an introvert, but I'm great at talking to people and can make friends in a sec. This post is still very accurate - I dont like wasting my energy on meaningless contact. I simply prefer silence and my own living style as opposed to always being around people - most of them are too loud and overwhelming for my taste.

TL;DR - Even with social skills I still prefer being by myself.
#127 to #88 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
My point exactly, only an antisocial asshole would call it "meaningless contact". It isn't meaningless, it's called knowing how to ******* socialize. Not every single ******* conversation needs to have a real meaning, it could just be to pass the time and get to know someone or pass the time. We're not ******* robots calculating why am I going to talk to them? What do they offer ME? That is the antisocial **** i'm talking about. There's nothing wrong with small talk.
#131 to #127 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
Other people do not exist to entertain you.
#162 to #131 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
This has nothing to do with entertaining me, this has to do with knowing how to talk to other people. Calling it meaningless contact pisses me off because it's not meaningless. It's what humans do like I said, we are not ******* robots.
#241 to #162 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
"Because it's what we do." Heaven forbid he have a mind of his own and decide what he enjoys and, you know, make use of the fact that he is a sentient being. You have no right to dictate how others live lives.
#252 to #241 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
Enjoy reading, that's fine. Just don't make it your entire life. Go out and talk to people so you aren't a lonely little spiteful ****** .
#315 to #252 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
How about you not tell people you have absolutely no idea about what to do with their lives?
#360 to #315 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
I'm just trying to help them.
#146 to #131 - skejet (07/12/2013) [-]
You're forgetting the part where it takes up a lot of energy. Sure, I talk to people - I'm not the kind of person that ignores you because I 'don't feel like talking'. I'm avoiding situations where I have to speak to a lot of people, and I have few but very close real friends. I think you're confusing preferring to be alone with being a dick to people when you're with them anyway. I always was one of the most talkative people in class in school, but I hardly ever met up with them after school, because I would rather spend that time by myself.

Again TL;DR - Your criticism is not justified.
#165 to #146 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
It shouldn't take up energy to talk to people... unless which I keep saying, you're an antisocial asshole. Normal people can talk to one another, obviously you are not normal and there is something wrong with you. As long as you can talk to people i'm fine with you actually, so there is no issue between us.
User avatar #95 to #88 - syrenthra (07/12/2013) [-]
don't waste you energy fellow introvert, you are feeding the troll
#128 to #95 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm not trolling, i'm very serious.
#87 to #56 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
btw im very gay and spend lots of time at the gay club having lots of unprotected gay sex with other gay men such as me
User avatar #84 to #56 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
That's some pretty good advice, anon. I think I'll do exactly what you said and stay in my room all day, enjoying wonderful stories of Vikings and magic and things. In fact, let me go tell my friends to do it too, and we can all share our experiences together.

#130 to #84 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
That's what all you antisocial assholes wish you could just do.
User avatar #211 to #130 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
But I totally can. That's pretty much been my plan for the past few weeks, and I'm having a good time. How about you, anon; are you having fun being a troll?
#220 to #211 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm not trolling, i'm serious.
User avatar #237 to #220 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
Then I apologize for misjudging you, though I suggest you actually get to know people better. I think you'll find that there really are people who would just like to read a book with some tunes rather than go out clubbing all night.
#254 to #237 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
And that's fine. Just know how to behave in social situations.
User avatar #269 to #254 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/13/2013) [-]
It's not always that simple, though believe me I try. But hey, it's my problem, not yours.
#309 to #269 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
It is that simple. You need to learn how to do it by practicing. That involves going out. Of course you wont know how to do it if you never leave the ******* house or rarely ever do. You need to get out more.
User avatar #321 to #309 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/13/2013) [-]
While I agree that going outside probably is better, let me tell you why social situations, especially new ones, bother me.

First, the main kind of social gathering for people my age is the party. This usually features loud dance music, people I don't like, and around here it always devolves into grinding. It seems to only be fun for people who can just let go of everything and go without inhibitions for a while. It's great that they can do that and have fun in that way, but I can't. I've been to parties and dances, and I can never open up like that. I don't like the music, I don't like many of the people, and as much as I try, I'm incapable of making myself just turn off my mind like that.

Second, the things I like best are found in my house, not outside. Books, video games, Internet, all of it. I love seeing my friends in person and hanging out with them, but I don't want to just go to the park and sit there for an hour.

Third, I go into either shutdown or full retard mode when put in an uncomfortable situation. Hell, it's only in the past few months that I've been able to properly talk to girls, some of whom are now my friends. I also will sometimes just shut down completely, sometimes to the point that I can't speak, no matter how much air I force through my throat. I don't really know why that happens. I don't know why any of it happens, really, but it's a reality I have to put up with.

There's more, but I'm pretty sure you don't want to hear it and will tell me to man up or something.
#361 to #321 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
So your problem is you need to learn to relax. I don't understand how you don't like grinding... you don't like a girl rubbing her ass all over your dick? lol wtf? Go join a book club, play video games with people, maybe at a tournament? All of these can be social things if you allow them to be, just like the internet. Obviously there is something wrong with you and you need to get help to fix yourself. You are not normal.
User avatar #370 to #361 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (07/13/2013) [-]
Of course I'm not normal, and of course I need help. You think I haven't noticed? Most of these things that make me unable to do extrovert stuff are totally involuntary. I don't get a say in what goes on in my own head, and you think I'm okay with that?
#372 to #370 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
I'm glad you realize it and i'm glad you are not ok with it. You shouldn't be.
User avatar #81 to #56 - fireprincess (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm an Introvert. Yes I am antisocial and awkward. I have trouble talking to people. I'm bad at small talk and have trouble thinking of things to say. It does make life a little harder but Its not ruining my life. I have a job and talk to a lot of people. But as the post says, it drains me. It exhausting trying to come out of my shell because along with being introverted I am incredibly shy. I don't agree that everyone wants friends. I have my friends from work and one really close friend and I would honestly be happy with just her as a friend. I do enjoy just staying in and being alone. I'm not emo and don't just sit in the dark. I like to be by myself and read or play video games or something like that. I hate when people try to push me into going out and interacting with other people. It also doesn't help that I really don't like people. So all in all I agree with you on some points but I mostly disagree.
#132 to #81 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
At least you can admit you're antisocial unlike most of these people. Keep working on being more social and coming out of your shell, it will only improve you. Only good comes from it.
User avatar #363 to #132 - fireprincess (07/13/2013) [-]
The thing is, I don't mind being an Introvert. I love my alone time. I love being by myself. It makes me happy. I don't like going to places where a lot of people are. And I absolutely hate going anywhere by myself without someone I know ( I think that's more my social anxiety though). So yea,I'm pretty happy the way I am.
#368 to #363 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
You shouldn't be happy, you're not normal. There is obviously something wrong with you.
User avatar #369 to #368 - fireprincess (07/13/2013) [-]
That's a pretty horrible thing to say. The only thing I wouldn't mind changing its my conversation skills. Other than that I enjoy spending time by myself and I don't see what's wrong with that.
#70 to #68 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
It doesn't matter who I am, what matters is what i'm saying. Stop worrying about my identity, i'm no one important I promise.
User avatar #106 to #70 - Crusader (07/12/2013) [-]
If you are no one important, then why should we listen to you.
#133 to #106 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
It was just some advice for people that's all. You don't HAVE to but you definitely should. Only good things can come from it.
User avatar #158 to #133 - Crusader (07/12/2013) [-]
No, bad things can come of it as well.
It is rarely a good thing to insult people and force them outside of their comfort zone.
Not to mention, this doesn't say that introverts don't want to have friends or be accepted, in fact it says the opposite, the only problem is that if you go out and meet people, usually you will meet people that want to go out more than stay in, and therefore are not like you, and therefore will most likely end up in a conflict of some sort.
You imply that introverts want to stay inside in the dark collecting knowledge and such, while wanting no contact with the outside world, this is not the case, introverts to want contact, but in limited amounts.
#166 to #158 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
What bad can come from being able to socialize and talk to others? Some people need to be spoken to this way in order to change, politely asking them wont work. If introverts just stayed in they will never meet anyone though so they have to go out.
User avatar #171 to #166 - Crusader (07/12/2013) [-]
What bad can come of it?
I don't know?
Lowering their self esteem
Pushing them into situations that they don't like
Causing a nervous disorder to form
Introverts know how to talk to people when they need to, they just don't want to.
Yes, it is as simple as that, they don't want to.
They prefer to stay at home, they prefer to read, if someone comes over, they will talk to them, this post was simply a guide on how best to approach an introvert so they remain comfortable.
It's not as if they all want to stay inside and never talk to anyone, they just don't want to go out and do extremely social things, they don't like parties, they don't like crowds, they don't like being somewhere with lots of people, they prefer small groups, they prefer hanging out rather than going out, etc.
#223 to #171 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
How the **** does socializing lower your self esteem? It'll make you feel better about yourself if anything. You'll see you have a lot more in common than your thought.
They will learn to like it if they do it more often. If not then they are antisocial like I said and there is something wrong with them.
They are not normal and have issues which they need to fix if a nervous disorder arises.
They don't want to be around people so they are loners
We shouldn't have to cater to them... they are not normal and need to learn how to be. No one else's problem but their own.
User avatar #65 to #56 - hueyfreeman (07/12/2013) [-]
You could at least make up a new comment instead of copy/pasting this one
#71 to #65 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
... wtf? Where the **** have you seen this exact comment before? I just wrong this now, never before been posted.
User avatar #74 to #71 - hueyfreeman (07/12/2013) [-]
Ok, I can tell right now that you're the same ******* who does the whole "alchohol is poison" thing, and thumbs up his own comments while posting as an anon. I'm not even going to start a conversation with you, because I already know from last time that you're an ignorant cunt. Good day to you sir.
#134 to #74 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
You're right that is me but that still doesn't answer my question... you said this was copypasta yet I just typed this out for the first time ever and have never posted this anywhere else.
#61 to #56 - jrondeau **User deleted account** (07/12/2013) [-]
Come on man, everyone knows what you're doing by now. If you're going to try to start ********** , then fave your obnoxious comment and come back to it later, don't comment on 3 posts in a row because you're being way too obvious.
#72 to #61 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm still here, I don't come back later. I want to have conversations with people. Some people actually reply and I have real conversations with them, you're not one of them because you're obsessed with the idea that i'm some kind of troll.
User avatar #76 to #72 - jrondeau **User deleted account** (07/12/2013) [-]
Shut up asshat. You're not fooling anyone.
#135 to #76 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
What do you mean not fooling anyone? What am I trying to convince them of?
#138 to #135 - jrondeau **User deleted account** (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm done anon. I've replied to you on 3 different threads and you're clearly acting oblivious to anything I've said outside this one in the hopes that you'll start a ********* on said threads. You know exactly what I mean. **** off.
#169 to #138 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I don't... you're the one posting ******** right now and it seems you're trolling me more than i'm trolling others. I'm not trying to troll anyone, i'm having conversations with them.
#58 to #56 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
Anon, calm your tits. This is a guide to understanding introverts, not for you to bitch about people while you're on your period.
#73 to #58 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
I'm not on my period, i'm a boy. And introvert isn't a real thing, it's an excuse for antisocial people to be allowed to act like the antisocial assholes they really are.
User avatar #78 to #73 - sanguinesolitude (07/12/2013) [-]
by the way you rage on the internet and seek attention, even if its negative attention by trolling, suggests you are pretty introverted. possibly not because you wish to be, but because you are such an amazing douche even your parents have trouble loving you. Perhaps they divorced and sometimes you think it might be your fault... it is.
#136 to #78 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
Oh no i'm not antisocial at all, i'm a very social person. I actually like and know how to talk to other people.
User avatar #142 to #136 - sanguinesolitude (07/12/2013) [-]
so why do you yell at people online? seems a strange choice of how to spend your time.
#170 to #142 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
Some people need to be yelled at in order to change. Politely asking them wont work. I'm just trying to help them.
User avatar #50 - amateriandarknut (07/12/2013) [-]
For those of you that believe that this treats introverts like something foreign or less than human, that's part of the joke.

See, it's making fun of the habits of extroverts to see introverts as unrelatable because they can't wrap their mind around how social interaction can be exhausting and therefore refuse to believe it. That's why the comic is worded the way it is, it's placing a sarcasm on the way it talks about introverts as a roundabout way to say, "Yes, they are people too, even if they are different". It's essentially making fun of extroverts that don't have the capacity to understand anything else.
User avatar #54 to #50 - amateriandarknut (07/12/2013) [-]
Please excuse my redundancy in the second paragraph, I should have reviewed my post beforehand.
#49 - bongobongo (07/12/2013) [-]
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#42 - deathrinder (07/12/2013) [-]

Maybe if I don't want to talk to you I'm not an introvert, I just think you're an annoying ************ .
#38 - jchampion (07/12/2013) [-]
#60 to #38 - robotcomander ONLINE (07/12/2013) [-]
i think that was the point of this post
#36 - DisgruntledTomato (07/12/2013) [-]
Nah that's OK, I would rather not be friends with someone who thinks I should treat them like a special snowflake just because they don't like people more outgoing than them.
User avatar #53 to #36 - Loppytaffy (07/12/2013) [-]
Introverts don't want special treatment, they just don't want to have to make idle gossip and find interesting things to say about themselves.

We, as introverts, have our own little bubbles of interests; games, books, anime, horticulture, countries, history- whatever, but it's not something that the other person might necessrily be interested in, and we really lack anything else to talk about, so it gets embarassing and awkward. To talk about something new is out of our comfort zone and makes us all the more withdrawn.
User avatar #52 to #36 - smittywrbmnjnsn (07/12/2013) [-]
You clearly didn't understand what it was saying.
Introverts are exactly as unique as extroverts.
It's just explaining (to people like you), that people like this prefer to remain silent more than not.
You probably mistake silence for rudeness, just as I take small talk to be rude and unnecessary.
#48 to #36 - teenytinyspider (07/12/2013) [-]
You missed the point entirely.

Introverts are kinda like cats. You acknowledge their presence and ignore them, then they'll cuddle up right next to you. They tend to be rather skittish and anxious in social situations, and worry that the people don't want them around or will hurt them or something. Seriously, would you stay around someone who doesn't really want you around? But what if you can't really tell they don't want you around?
User avatar #51 to #48 - DisgruntledTomato (07/12/2013) [-]
No I got the point, I have friends who are introverts. I treat them differently, yes, however I do that because I have built a relationship with them. That was not done by me approaching and talking to them while establishing trust not as if they are about to explode from social anxiety.
#107 to #51 - swizzll (07/12/2013) [-]
Not all introverts suffer from social anxiety
Not all introverts suffer from social anxiety
User avatar #378 to #107 - Mandible (07/14/2013) [-]
Exactly that was my point....and it's far from "Not all".....it's more like social anxiety and personality descriptions like "introverts" are two different things.
User avatar #108 to #107 - DisgruntledTomato (07/12/2013) [-]
I know, that wasn't what I was saying at all. Did you even read why I put?
#110 to #108 - swizzll (07/12/2013) [-]
Did you even read the comic? Where did it say that they would explode with social anxiety if you don't approach this like this?
Did you even read the comic? Where did it say that they would explode with social anxiety if you don't approach this like this?
User avatar #69 to #51 - Mandible (07/12/2013) [-]
Seriously, you're an idiot. introvert=social anxiety?
#35 - ciarancrashy (07/12/2013) [-]
Moral of the story: People liked to be talked to, but you should be able to pick up vibes as when to **** off.
#34 - derak (07/12/2013) [-]
or... OR... ORRRRRRR....
User avatar #47 to #34 - reaperssprint (07/12/2013) [-]
My neighbor gave us a bunch of Molson as an apology for sleepwalking into our house over the winter. A couple months late, but whatever. The stuff is great, and the Hockey facts on the back are a great bonus as well.
User avatar #356 to #47 - derak (07/13/2013) [-]
Molson is probably my favourite beer. If it weren't so goddamn expensive (in relation to cheap brands of wine) it would be my go-to substance to get drunk off of.
User avatar #32 - hypers (07/12/2013) [-]
Lol this is pathetic, to have to teach people how to interact with other humans. We've been doing it for thousands of years now, Spoken language is what we do, ***** programmed into our brains. ******* 21st century.
User avatar #43 to #32 - Animefreake (07/12/2013) [-]
Found the extroverted.
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