Originally posted by demon-lllama
Forums like this are overloaded, having not many members and sometimes abnormal topics, yet many of them are heavily modded. I just feel sorry for the moderators, but I guess it's kind of like their MySpace/group.
Furthermore, most people refuse to comment on anything important right away: it might take 1/2 year to say what you could have said in one day in one paragraph or, even, one sentence.
I appreciate the things like the smilies and have gotten a lot out of these. This site seems to have the best with all the extra ones.
Most people complain about having their time wasted or that some people are not that intelligent.
I go to lots of forums every day, and the ones that would be more open might be active within a day, but ones that are more active with a few people on each day tend to be unfriendly, while the others counter-productive. Some, such as big MySpace and Facebook sites, used to host an incoming where people indicated they expected some response within a minute.
I've gotten to the point maybe not to give out personal info. because people might use it to judge me. On the contrary, if you look hot, people expect to see a photo. I have some photos that I'm cool with, but I don't have many favorites because I am so glum in actuality. It's not like I'm a model/actress, necessarily.
I don't really have friends left because the ones I hung out with just stopped talking to me like it was funny. (Assuming you were interested to know for some reason.)
I was surprised recently that people who lead active lives outside of the computer in all facets who get fast response must actually go to more than one or two groups.
I was talking to some boys online, and they are quite fascinated with the issue because at our other site, some girls were always nitpicky.
So, yea, I've been to a lot of Johnny Depp sites online, but not much really happens. Isn't it such a pain keeping track of all this so far? My computer I feel is so slow, even though it was new. I was attempting with those other people to relate our discussions to what they deemed failure online at other sites, so we'll see what happens.
You might feel you don't want to be pushed to think you are unhappy with anything, however, yet. I just never found I was welcomed online, with my friends, or with new people on the net. I used to do other things, but people just didn't think anything was really that intelligent. I guess it takes time?? Older people seem more patient online.
Let me know if you want me to profile more personal info. like some sites, like race, etc. I am not black and wasn't born black, if it helps. Is this site race-picky? Another hint is I am in my early 20s and have light, but not pale, skin.
I don't really expect anyone to answer.