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    Default ENFP how do u fight the urge to post a stupid line in serious thread? Typos allowed!

    Aggg sometimes I just so want to say something silly or random on a thread and I just know it will annoy some people so I have to fight the urge. It is so tiring thinking about how others will feel!
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    it probably does annoy some...maybe even most but i think it's all kinds of funny so maybe your new method should just be to make me laugh...haha

    no really...look at my post count most of it's shit i assure you.
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    I usually don't ever fight the urge. People need to laugh, need to have fun, need to stop taking themselves so damn seriously, and I'll admit in certain cases I even do it as a passive-agressive way of annoying people who I think are full of themselves or whining about nothing.

    If it were something TRULY serious, of course I think of people's feelings, or if someone seems genuinely upset I'm not going to sadistically go out of my way to hurt them, of course.

    Posting silly stuff is actually a social activity, because it causes others to respond, and some of the most interesting threads happen that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    it probably does annoy some...maybe even most but i think it's all kinds of funny so maybe your new method should just be to make me laugh...haha
    OH NO THE PRESSSSURE!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    no really...look at my post count most of it's shit i assure you.
    Good because I have a lower count but most of it is shit too

    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I usually don't ever fight the urge. People need to laugh, need to have fun, need to stop taking themselves so damn seriously, and I'll admit in certain cases I even do it as a passive-agressive way of annoying people who I think are full of themselves or whining about nothing.

    If it were something TRULY serious, of course I think of people's feelings, or if someone seems genuinely upset I'm not going to sadistically go out of my way to hurt them, of course.

    Posting silly stuff is actually a social activity, because it causes others to respond, and some of the most interesting threads happen that way.
    Agreed, I would never do it if was something really important or to hurt anyone.

    Thanks just will keep working on being me and letting my personality out. Guess this is a good a place as any! The worst? Someone throws some words at me. :-)

    Like there is a thread about marriage and who should ask. Everyone was being really on topic and serious.. so I just said "show me the bling" not that I am materialistic. I must admit someone must have appreciated it because the posted a photo with sparkling braces... and everyone else just went on regardless lol and I got a good chuckle.

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    Oh wait, is this a serious thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    Oh wait, is this a serious thread?
    And dont oyu forget it!:steam:

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    no typos allowed wither

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    [YOUTUBE="m6QWsMYHIEc"]Dance of the BonkBonkBonkBonk-Plum Fairy[/YOUTUBE]

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    awwwwwww that is too cute and WICKED! Thanks :-)

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    Best random thread ever!

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