I also detest it when like earlier at 18.41 someone told me brb as they are going for dinner. Now 20.06, they are back but they haven't restarted the conversation.
Must be another one of those 'Oh I forgot about you cases' *grumbles*
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Does it annoy you if people randomly start chatting to you on fb or msn? watch
- 28-01-2010 20:07
- 28-01-2010 21:53
No, I don't mind it at all. Thats the whole point of msn & facebook- to talk to people. I do hate it though when people say brb and don't bother talking to you again, or when they don't reply at all.
- 28-01-2010 21:58
It's just difficult to strike up a conversation with someone you barely know.
It's all very akward.
- 28-01-2010 22:01
I dont like conversations where people are like, 'hey you ok wuu2 blah blah' and then go 'soo... i heard this about you is it true?!?!?' that annoys me loads..
- 28-01-2010 22:06
No....Unless they have annoying/immature things to say
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- 28-01-2010 22:09
I only get annoyed if it's the sort of person that has to say something EVERYTIME you sign on...
(two seconds later) HELLO! How are you? Good day? Yeah...
*conversation dies, because we had this exact conversation half an hour ago*
I also hate it when people speak to me just before I sign out! Otherwise it's fine
- 28-01-2010 22:10
Yes. I dislike not having control over when I get to chat to someone and feeling bad when I quickly log off/close the window because I don't want to talk to the person.
I just don't sign into stuff anymore, I'm always 'offline'.
- 28-01-2010 22:11
I prefer chatting about things to do/interesting gossip/college work/other interesting information.
People who consistently go 'Hi, how are you? What have you been up to recently etc' and say NOTHING else get on my nerves. Same thing with people who sit around asking to do things when you've already told them you cannot do it.
- 28-01-2010 22:12
I regularly purge my msn and facebook contacts, thus am left with only people I dont mind chatting to and avoid this entire stupid situation you've got yourself into.