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    (Original post by Allie4)
    haha no, i have no idea how to set up a forum.
    Hahaha nor do i Do you have any other forms of social media?
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    (Original post by Priyanboss517)
    Hahaha nor do i Do you have any other forms of social media?
    not currently, I recently deleted my facebook because someone was bothering me. when i make up another one, shall I add you? i don't have twitter, don't use it
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    (Original post by Allie4)
    not currently, I recently deleted my facebook because someone was bothering me. when i make up another one, shall I add you? i don't have twitter, don't use it
    Haha, i deleted my facebook quite while ago due to all of the rubbish on there. i mean i do have twitter,insta and snapchat. Have you got whatsapp?
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    I like people who don’t act like they’re superior to others because they don’t like popular music or trends. It’s such a tired thing, thinking you’re special for being “not like other girls/guys” or whatever. Like there’s some intellectual level that others can’t reach because they take selfies and listen to the music on radio 1.

    You can enjoy things that are different genres, unique hobbies, even have different morals, but don’t act like you’re on some other level that “normies” can’t reach. Don’t act like ‘normal’ people can’t have intelligent conversation (post 5) or be philosophical (7) or be shy while still enjoying social media and hanging out with their friends or whatever else you class as “normal”.
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    (Original post by cat_mac)
    I like people who don’t act like they’re superior to others because they don’t like popular music or trends. It’s such a tired thing, thinking you’re special for being “not like other girls/guys” or whatever. Like there’s some intellectual level that others can’t reach because they take selfies and listen to the music on radio 1.

    You can enjoy things that are different genres, unique hobbies, even have different morals, but don’t act like you’re on some other level that “normies” can’t reach. Don’t act like ‘normal’ people can’t have intelligent conversation (post 5) or be philosophical (7) or be shy while still enjoying social media and hanging out with their friends or whatever else you class as “normal”.
    Ofcourse you can enjoy all of these things at the same time. Hence why i love people that are humble. Not considering themselves on an 'Intellectual level' because thats the worst thing to do. And mind 'normal' is defined by so many different factors. To be honest, its what perspective you have on it.
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    (Original post by Priyanboss517)
    In my opinion, people that follow the normal trend of life. Go to school. Go to university. Get a job. Have a family. Etc.
    Well you're asking that on a student forum so the vast majority of people are going to be going to school or uni and possibly working towards jobs. But most people won't be old enough to have a family as such. Not really sure what the benefit of not going to school would be though.
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    Haha, true but I mean all in a negative way. Where they go through all of that having a negative perspective on all of it and not wanting to dream big and have a positive impact on people.
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    (Original post by Priyanboss517)
    Haha, true but I mean all in a negative way. Where they go through all of that having a negative perspective on all of it and not wanting to dream big and have a positive impact on people.
    You can have a significant positive impact on a small scale. Dreaming big is fine but it tends to neglect the immediate.
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    That's true. It's nice to have another perspective. Small things can have a big difference.
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    (Original post by bluebells1)
    Do you value intelligent conversation, dislike people who start texting when you're trying to talk, want a close group of friends, dislike shallow conversations about "what happened at the party" and "why did she post that on instagram?" And selfie culture, generally wish I was born 50 years ago...

    Then hello
    I am the same
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