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    Branded with Satan murkrow's Avatar
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    Default WTF do introverts use forums for?

    Wouldn't they be better off spending their free time introverting?
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    Forums are very conducive to introversion. You can take it at your own pace, have a good think, focus on one thing at a time, and complete solitude is always as close as clicking on a different tab. It can be stimulus for further thought, or drip-feed socializing. Really, it's not very different from reading a book. Vent is a bit more extraverted, which is probably why so many of the (regular) forum introverts steer clear of it, and so many of the (regular) forum extraverts gravitate towards it.

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    It's more strange for extroverts to hang inside with their computers while they could be outside extroverting.

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    Interacting on forums barely takes any extroversion. If forums had an mbti type, they'd be 75% I / 25% E.

    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    It's more strange for extroverts to hang inside with their computers while they could be outside extroverting.
    Yeah. That's much more of a wtf-situation than this.

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    And there's the ability to think things through and edit before 'voicing' out my thoughts through a post. Something that I can't do when actually talking to someone in real life or on a telephone
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    Something that I can't do when actually talking to someone in real life or on a telephone
    Oh, yes you can. Just take a long pause. They never dare to hang up, anyways.

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    WTF not!

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    Talking and talking about ideas.

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    Why do introverts even communicate with people??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Why do introverts even communicate with people??
    Yeah rly. They're the worst.
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