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i would say 'hi' back
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(Original post by Guills on wheels)
Your vocabulary is beautiful.

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(no, seriously, you think i'm joking but I'm not)
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I'd love it if people my age were willing to have a conversation!

Alas, it only seems to happen when I'm drunk... And never mind never know what may happen, how about never know what might have happened if you had spoken to them! Interesting isn't it; you get to meet any number of brilliant people but you'll never know the number of equally brilliant people you missed out on
I think about that. Or that, there's so many wonderful people just in my area of Islington, the whole world must be full of awesome people! Makes you want to love humanity, doesn't it?

I don't know how old you are but I generally try to avoid being drunk

(Original post by Em8980)
Where I live, everyone says hi to each other as they walk by or if you sit at a bus stop with them, so I don't think it's weird? I'd just say hi back and carry on with my day, it's hardly an earth shattering event.
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I have a habit of replying to friendly strangers in some sort of sherlock holmes- 1940's aristocrat form for some reason :/
Not uncommon to extend a "Salutations my good fellow!" if I'm nervous -_-

I seem to also unfortunately recall one instance where a guy complimented my dress, and I replied "and what a splendid weave your jacket has!"
Forever alone.
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I have a habit of replying to friendly strangers in some sort of sherlock holmes- 1940's aristocrat form for some reason :/
Not uncommon to extend a "Salutations my good fellow!" if I'm nervous -_-

I seem to also unfortunately recall one instance where a guy complimented my dress, and I replied "and what a splendid weave your jacket has!"
Forever alone.
You, ma'am, are amazing. Anyone who replies with that deserves a medal for bravery in society. Don't worry about your slightly different vocabulary
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(Original post by Guills on wheels)
You, ma'am, are amazing. Anyone who replies with that deserves a medal for bravery in society. Don't worry about your slightly different vocabulary
Why thank you kind sir! But to infer bravery would imply a conscious application of thought in order to overcome the conventional societal doctrine regarding everyday greetings, when in fact it is but an irrevocably inavoidable part of my disposition. Therefore, not brave, but simply inevitable!
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More people need to say hi to strangers. There is nothing better than random conversations with complete strangers on different modes of transport- trains in particular. The London tube is bare awkward when you're on your own (ie without your friends) because everybody just seems to HATE being next to you.... The number of times I've sat down on public transport and all seats will be filled except for the ones on either side of me..... :teehee:
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(Original post by Mesopotamian)
More people need to say hi to strangers. There is nothing better than random conversations with complete strangers on different modes of transport- trains in particular. The London tube is bare awkward when you're on your own (ie without your friends) because everybody just seems to HATE being next to you.... The number of times I've sat down on public transport and all seats will be filled except for the ones on either side of me..... :teehee:
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I agree. I mean, it doesn't even take one second to say hi/evening etc if you are passing by. Surely that one second cannot be too much to offer a simple gesture of friendliness!
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'yo sup?'
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