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If your like having a conversation by txt, msn etc with a guy and you ask him a question but he doesn't ask you the same question back..is he not interested then?
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dpnds on qstn
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You cant really tell anything over MSN im afraid.
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MSN gives head when talking about emotions.
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msn = emotionaless and false

People can be who they like online, there just words afterall.
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yeh MSN kills the mood... everytime!

one person may think 1 thing other may think total opposite but neither will no.... Sux Ass
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but its still damn addictive....
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(Original post by Anonymous)
If your like having a conversation by txt, msn etc with a guy and you ask him a question but he doesn't ask you the same question back..is he not interested then?
If the question was "Can I suck you off?" I doubt he would ask you the same question back, but he would very likely be interested in what other propositions you had to offer.
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If your like having a conversation by txt, msn etc with a guy and you ask him a question but he doesn't ask you the same question back..is he not interested then?
Who cares? There's plenty of distractions by text message and IM programs. Don't read into it too much - he's probably busy.
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Reminds me of a bad MSN conversation I had once long ago:

"So, you're into Morris Dancing then?"

..She never spoke to me again after that. All I wanted was for her to return the question, so I could say "No."

Alas, things weren't meant to be.

[disclaimer: That never happened.]

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its easy for ppl to say watever they want online, theres no shyness or embrassment, and you cant see reactions,
dependson the question?
It could have been something u had earlier answered in previous convo xx
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If your like having a conversation by txt, msn
.... then you need to grow up and learn to have a proper conversation. Chatting people up on msn or text is a bad idea. thats the sort of stuff you leave for dates i think
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Why ask a question just to be asked back? People sure like to talk about themselves!
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sometimes i dont ask questions back cos I don't like to keep writing, 'and u?' I think they will tell me if they want me to know. Would help if we knew the question
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Msn can be a little confusing, because it's hard to tell how peple mean things they say without hearing the tone of voice. Quite often I have to think for a minute before saying something, in order to say it in a way people won't misunderstand the way I meant it!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
If your like having a conversation by txt, msn etc with a guy and you ask him a question but he doesn't ask you the same question back..is he not interested then?
If he doesn't answer your question... or if it's an offer and he says no... he's not interested.

"How are you?"
"No, how are you?"
":confused:"
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If your like having a conversation by txt, msn etc with a guy and you ask him a question but he doesn't ask you the same question back..is he not interested then?
well what was the question?
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MSN gives head when talking about emotions.
i agree with that.
arghhh
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MSN will kill any ounce of romance between you and another person/

I spent many hours beating myself up about convos dying within 10mins, lack of goodbye x's, non returned questions, short answers, death by lols...

Then I looked at half the conversations I had with other people, and we all do the same thing. Don't talk to people you really like online, it'll just depress you when you have nothing to say to each other.

I have over 100 contacts, and there are maybe 5 people I can keep a conversation going with? The rest are just there incase I need to know about homework, or for keeping up with the gossip in their names
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I know MSN Messenger is a quite new phenomenon, but I remember long long long time ago, in the good old days when only few people had internet, when you found so few people to chat with online - there were no such hurdles to conversation. ^^

hmmm I don't agree with those who said that text and words do not transmit feelings and empathy. It's like saying novels are just ink and paper.

but those days are probably passed...

Unless you already know him from "real life", better not care much about the lags and conversational intervals...
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