Digital isolation much? Don't let social networking depress you. If it starts getting that way you might want to take a break from it for a bit. Also I think your criticisms of the guy above are unjust and a teensy bit hypocritical. I see nothing "sad" about being super active on TSR if it isn't getting you down or impinging on your social life. It's good chill-out time.(Original post by Anonymous)
Sometimes I will sit at the computer screen for hours on end waiting for something to happen. I feel so empty and depressed. I am waiting on a guy I like to email me but he hasn't. I know it's more to do with the fact I'm lonely than anything else, and I hate going to sleep at night because I am waiting for something exciting to happen. It never does though.
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I feel lonely when no one emails or Facebooks me watch
Last edited by Iapetus; 30-01-2010 at 06:36.
- 30-01-2010 06:34
- 30-01-2010 07:33
I don't even have facebook, so how about that! haha. but i have spent the last hour on someone's. sigh
- 30-01-2010 07:40
Me 2 ....i pretty sure my friends are drifting away from me :'(
- 30-01-2010 08:00
I feel lonely when nobody Facebooks/emails you too.
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And since when was 'Facebook' a verb? I hate it when people change the grammatical category of words!
- 30-01-2010 11:34
Send the guy you fancy an email first
Then he will know your interested in him. If you don't want to be lonely, then do something about it! Arrange a night out, invite a mate shopping, talk to people on facebook, ring up mates. Then gradually people will start ringing and inviting you and your social life will improve
- 30-01-2010 11:40
I don't get lonely, because of course no one's going to email/facebook me unless I start it!! I just get extremely bored... which then leads on to bad thoughts.
The solution is rather simple: find something to occupy your time. Watch a film, read a book, do homework :P
(Original post by AHughes)
- 31-01-2010 01:47
Your TSR post count is 6104....
If OP had a life, wouldn't care about facebook