I can’t even be social among devs, what's wrong with me?

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    It happens man, don't sweat it. Do you want to be social or are you more comfortable with just being by yourself?
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    @AleCx04 I want to be more social but I can't stand stupidity
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    @AleCx04 but I enjoy to be alone most of the time, you get me?
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    @Naze I do, I am kinda the same. I can be a social butterfly if need be. But like, if I can do everything in my power to be by myself is when I am the most happy. This pandemic is fitting me like a glove. I get to stay home all day much like I do on the weekends.
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    @AleCx04 I always love to stay indoors. Downside is that in the past 6 years gained 20kg due to sedentary lifestyle
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    @zemaitis that's fine, just eat a bit less and take a short walk everyday. Literally lost 30kg in 10 months this way
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    Or a treadmill if you don't want to go outside. :-)
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    @Naze you talk just fine on devrant. Sounds more like you just have trouble speaking to people face to face.
    >Can't stand stupidity

    Sometimes you just gotta give people the benefit of the doubt. It's cool that you know more than somebody, but being a douchebag to them about it isn't going to help much.
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    What makes you think that you cannot be "social" among other devs? Was there a social interaction with a dev recently that made you feel frustrated?
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    I am not being a douche bag when facing stupidity, I'm just giving them "the look"

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    @zemaitis Keto is there for you my man. I have gone from 245lbs to 170lbs in about 8 months. I also work out tho, but keto should be enough.
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    @gw3n Here, I think and think and I can't rant, I hardly share anything with friends that's about me, It's hard to
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    @lkjhgf253 every time I find a new friend and then they trash somebody, or say something that's stereotypical about gender, sexuality, race, and ... I stop seeing them
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    > say something that's stereotypical

    You know, there is a reason why something is stereotypical, because its statistically more likely to be true than false.

    I only found out this myself after many years of meeting an awful lot of people, then I began to see patterns.

    Reminds me of car drivers and cyclists.

    Often in cycle groups folk think I'm a car driver, because I question their stereotypical views of car drivers.. (They wanted to run me over dude!)

    And I have a lot of sympathy for car drivers complaining about cyclists..
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