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I was, and still am, the biggest outsider of all. No will to talk to people, no empathy towards anyone, never going to parties, and naturally avoiding anyone that was too social. I've been bullied for the better part of my childhood but I always brushed it off. I like being like this, and I naturally hate most people, without even talking to them.
I find most social events and parties stupid and pointless. Group themes are bullshit to me. All in all, I'm a huge antisocial, and anything that resembles a group of friend repels me.
I'm not proud or ashamed of all of this. I take life as it comes, act as I live, and tell others to fuck off without restraining myself every time it comes to my mind. That's also true for every other field: if I have anything to say, I'll say it if I think it has some kind of importance. I won't tell someone something they'd consider mean without reason, but I won't hesitate if I ever feel the need to.
I don't know how some people still like me ^^'
Still hate parties, never liked them (except birthdays and proper occasions), alcohol and/or drugs ain't problems BUT their actual use is.
Don't misunderstand me but I never had this type of situation but it'd be the best. I love discussing and such situations are perfect for my desire for discussion 😈
I would have blown them up verbally...
🤔 I was rather the inconspicuous one. Of course I belonged to it, but to everyone and nobody directly; so the average type.
Everyone has annoyed everyone sometimes (at least nobody was bullied (here I mean "gemobbt")).
@TheOct0 I'm a little like you.
And you still are yourself, that's why people like you. Who needs a "nice" asshole who shittalks you behind your back? Or lies to you about stuff you think is important - just to not hurt you?
Also; I'm an introvert so I like hanging around with a friend or two but everything bigger makes me uncomfy and *spend energy*. I don't think they should see me not going to parties as a way to distance myself from them because I sure liked most of them in person.
And I completely agree in "No will to talk to people", I am always afraid that I'm rude but I hate talking and talking and talking if it's not a topic that both parties are interested in. And my field of interest is narrow but still deep.
Thanks for your comment!
@Irithyll I wish I had the skill to fight back verbally but I'm shaky and withdrawn so I don't. I could potentially and it'd be a hell of a lot of fun!
Thanks as well!
@Irithyll I don't particularly go along well with people like me. I go along with a random set of people (2 of them in total). Depends on how I feel, not how they are. For example, my girlfriend is quite social (not the high school social one, she just has about a dozen of active friends), and my best friend has a running mouth and little to no friends, like me. With both of them though, I'm the most talkative person you'll ever see.
@LastDigitOfPi Haha, you sound like that guy who I talked with about the pranks. He's both on his own and still pretty social.
I don't know how he likes the "Jahrgang" though.
Your class really sounds nuts xD
@TheOct0 That's super cool. Having people around where even you (or me) can start talking like a waterfall. I have a few of them. Also countable with one hand. With the exception my my gf, I rarely meet them other than in school though.
Hm... I see.
But noone is like me so I'm not like you...
I AM PERFECT!!! (Perfection itself is a mistake.)
"I'm the only gay in the village!" 😂
... Some friends once said "I know someone like you. You would like each other."
Never met someone like me, yeah people who're understanding, accepting my way of thinking (maybe even think, feel the same) BUT it's still the same. I'd like to talk to / with "myself" (another person)... 🤔
Nontheless I know that it'd fit... 🤔 sound weird... you know the context! 😝
My humor, situation comedy (don't like this translation), is something special... 😈
back in italy we used to have similar stuff and social dynamics at school and uni.
i've been included, excluded, invited, uninvited, i got congratulations, offenses etc...
basically, i just never gave a damn. i had my 2 old friends, my metal band, my computer and never had any interest in parties full of drunk noisy teenagers bullshitting around. well, actually in the end i developed a talent for instant caustic answers, which is good :D
years after, most of them became more than decent persons, a few are still quite miserable but honestly, like the first day, i just don't give a fuck. no bad feelings, never had bad feeling for anyone in life.
it's just that not every thing can be my thing, like discos, windows or belgian weather. i think it's pretty normal.
either i like sth or not. ppl play no role.
> me.filter(e => e === 'empathy').length === 0;
@858master He also mentioned there were other reasons
@LastDigitOfPi basically the same as you with the exception that there werent as much of those whidegs (really like that term i think ill use it here and there :p)
Also i usually avoid parties. I sometimes go to a gaming bar (TakeTV in Krefeld, west side of Germany) with a couple of friends but other than that I void parties at any price
@LastDigitOfPi oh it is! It has airhockey and other arcade ish gamed as well as a few pcs and consoles to play on and great drinks for decent prices 😄 if you ever happen to go to Krefeld (if youre even living in Germany lol) you should go there if you have the time :)
@858master Bullying is stupid in itself.
@xzvf Haha, one year, then I'll leave most of them behind - thanks for your comment^^
@858master they didn't go super hard on her but they were all - not nice to her. Excluded her, "lightly" made fun of her. No insults though, no actual violence or something like that (I know other cases :/).
It was her choice to switch because - I think it's okay to say - her grades weren't that good as well. She had a hugely different background and no basics for "senior classes".
@BambuSource Yeah I can relate to that, I hated that time, too. Though most of the classmates were not really assholes by themselves, but too cowardly to speak their minds against the bullies because they feared to become targets themselves.
Anyway, it taught me independence. The only place where I usually like even random people and will party with them is metal. That's because "fuck, I'll go my way" is the essence of metal. |m|
Maybe some of these girls are... but we've to start a conversation... and that's somehow impossible (for me at least 😂).
Even though I am very convinced of myself (ofc... I'm godlike, nah.. I AM a god), this is far too embarrassing in any case. I once dared to ask one of the nurses / helpers (surgery on my toe) if she would like to go out... of course she had a boyfriend... 😢 😭
That was awful... 🤫
@Irithyll yeah, I can relate to that. My solution was to first check a bit how a girl actually was before I even thought of asking her out. Just being a girl was never enough for me. You see, just having sex with someone is something that money could buy, so that wasn't the point.
Well and when you talk, ask what she had been doing last weekend, show interest. If she has a boyfriend, she will mention that, and you get the answer without feeling rejected. Plus that it is polite, and nobody will complain - especially not her if she doesn't have a BF.
Well at that point I can't check or know her name, saw her often because of my visits to the doctor. Tried searching for the last name on Facebook... 🤔
But in the wild there's no getting to know each other.
I am knowing how to speak with girls/women at all BUT if there's really no reason for a conversation (except an operation... and no that's weird for me and in my case) then it's a bit fucky... eeehhh tricky... ☺
I am creative... but not until a conversation starts :x It's embarrassing 😳
Btw - my question and smalltalk are the same. No difference between directly or indirectly asking EXCEPT the person can't think logically... 🤔
I recognize interesting people by seeing them, it isn't really necessary for me to know someone at that time.
hasu23292yI think i got pretty lucky. We didnt hve any bullying except of one case, and there the entire class stood up for the girl in the end and helped her report the guy who bullied her.
We had different groups of course, but they were not hating on each other. We got along all fine, could work together on projects, all good.
There were a few nasty individuals in the year overall but I mnaged to avoid them.
In the class I was the silent kid. I would hang out with one or two others who were also nerdy in their own way.
My best friend was part of another group. She respected my choice to not parttake in any parties. We didnt hang out much in school, but would meet often to talk.
In the end we made a group of 5-6 people, who were a physics studient (super smart), an artist, a nurse, 2 cs interested students and a goth. So the nerds of the school year were just hanging out together basicly. ^^
devJs5712ydude, welcome to the world. you just described society in general. at least in my country. just dont give a single f**k about them, find your own companions outside the school.
in my elementary school i helped bullies on tests in exchange to leave me alone, others were not of that luck
high school was fun. people were diverse, every class had some less or more weird people and seemed that nobody cared as everybody was treating other people nicely. Jerks were mocked by majority and i got feeling that if something happens, a lot of people will help me out, even if we are not in the same gang of people. i was metalhead and there were like just 10 of us in all 4 years (each year had like 9 classes of 30 people) but we were cool with everybody and everybody was cool with us even we looked different, acted different and had different lifestyle. this was the last time i felt good about people in general. college was ok, lot of judgmental people there(social sciences, what an irony)