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    Would you rather talk to strangers on TSR or talk to your friends face to face?

    I find it half and half - I like talking to the funny strangers on TSR whereas I enjoy talking to my mates, Strangers can be judgemental but its not like I know who they are anyway....
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    If you're socially awkward, you prefer talking to online strangers. If you're socially competent, you prefer talking to real life people.

    It's that simple.
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    (Original post by snowman77)
    If you're socially awkward, you prefer talking to online strangers. If you're socially competent, you prefer talking to real life people.

    It's that simple.
    I'm not socially awkward though - I enjoy talking to my mates but you can't talk about certain topic with them because you'd know how they'd react. If you're talking to a stranger on this it wouldnt really matter (well for me it wouldn't).
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    Friends face to face, but TSR is a completely different form of entertainment for me. It's passing time procrastination, as opposed to active fun and socialising.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Friends face to face, but TSR is a completely different form of entertainment for me. It's passing time procrastination, as opposed to active fun and socialising.
    Hmh yeahh I agree.
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    Talk to my friends prefer face-to-face interactions.
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    I find it weird communicating with only words, and two speech bubbles as your DP.

    I would rather have a face to face convo, that involves facial expressions and smiling.

    It's a lot more warm and welcoming, compared to just a few words on a screen. :/
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    (Original post by Oh no not again!)
    I find it weird communicating with only words, and two speech bubbles as your DP.

    I would rather have a face to face convo, that involves facial expressions and smiling.

    It's a lot more warm and welcoming, compared to just a few words on a screen. :/
    Fair enough
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Friends face to face, but TSR is a completely different form of entertainment for me. It's passing time procrastination, as opposed to active fun and socialising.
    I thought we had something Sophie :cry:
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    I thought we had something Sophie :cry:
    I didn't mean exclusively omg.
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    Oh how I wish I had IRL friends. Onlinefriends are a second best alternative I must admit, although they are still awesome. True friends supersede awesome
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    Both, there's something about IRL friends that online doesn't have, perhaps the fact that you can see one and not the other.
 
 
 
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