>>31776 > >>31742 > > >>31728 > > > > > > I have no idea what drama y'all keep talking about. > > > > > > Then again, I only come in about once a week, so I am the resident rock. > > > Maybe doing that would be a good idea. > > > > > > > > > idek the drama myself, but one week its "I'm quitting", the next its "I'm resigning" > > > and the next its "I'm back!" to "I'm leaving" yet again. just not a fan of that > > > shit cause despite not knowing anyone terribly well i like people enough to > be > > bummed > > > when they "leave" so i can see this going two ways, i competely stop giving > a > > shit > > > about fuckos leaving for little things, or i can leave and not deal with it. > /shrug > > > > I mean, if you like it enough here then yeah, stop giving a fuck. If it's such > a > > huge burden to not click on threads that obviously upset you, then I can't really > > recommend any forum by that point. I really hope I didn't come across as acidic, > > but it's just sorta what vibe I'm getting here. > > Not necessarily a huge burden. If I go back to where I came from, I'm typically > a totally different person and will probably act like a cunt. Mainly because I don't > give a toss about most people, and the people I do like are so engrained in the > community I don't see them leaving spare for a huge upset in the communities make > up. That being said, I wanted to be different here. Less jaded, more open. It's > a smaller community and I figured being my usual self probably wouldn't get me far. > I suppose I'll probably just stop giving a fuck, not like I know them anyways. /shrug
Nicely said. I get where you are coming from. Honestly I've noticed that most forums sites in general are having activity drops.
I try not to get too close to the people online mostly because they do the same. One week you talk to the everyday, the next they are just gone.
I make sure I know the person well before I start actually friending them to the point where if they left I'd be sad. And I can only say that about very few people.