I'm an odd person. I have a different set of morales than most normal people do, however, it seems as though I can make friends very well outside of the computer realm. Oddly enough, where people who share my similar interests, I find it very hard to make friends via. internet.
Makes me wonder if anyone else is like that. I find it very strange that I have trouble making friends with people on the internet who share similar interests, but find it very easy making friends with people in the real world who share no common interests with me.
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The things I say in my posts should be taken seriously, but not offensively.
You have a pretty face, that's why. Jokes aside, I think that people may like the way you socialize verbally, though your definition of internet-friend may be different from others? (Much like your morality)
Personally, I could care less about making friends online. I have friends offline, and when I want friendship stuff, I hang out with them. I don't go out of my way to make sure people online hate me or anything. I'm polite and try to be a generally nice guy as much as possible, but friends online end up being little more than "casual acquaintances" at best. And I've been screwed over enough by so-called "friends" online to know that the term should be taken with a grain of salt.
Besides, I've got a YT channel, and nearly 200 people have found enough interest in what I have to say and like to subscribe and view on a regular basis. What more could you ask for than to have anonymous worshippers of your personal brand of awesome? ;o)
Which reminds me, I saw a South Park episode about Facebook and the whole friend thing... I'm not a fan of South Park, I actually hate it. But I just happened to get intrigued by it when my sister was watching it. It does make a good point about Facebook. They also made a Tron reference in it..