Refusing to improve yourself is needlessly self-destructive. Refusing to respect the requests of others is sociopathic. While I suppose either and both are your prerogative, it would likely be better for all concerned if you remain apart from civilized and semi-civilized communities.
Except, I don't see any need to "improve myself" in this regard
And have you looked up the meaning of sociopath??
Actually, you and others who are so sensitive need to stay off the internet.
This is a generalization that doesn't hold true. The vast majority of people (of both genders) to whom it applies only really like attention from attractive people. As some random person on the internet, your attractiveness is essentially nonexistant.
Where did you get that from..? If Nordic people find me attractive and they're normal (i.e not retarded) then I'm flattered.
In one culture, a woman that's considered very goodlooking is considered that by close to everybody as most girls would like to look like her and most guys would like to get her.
What the fuck does that have to do with anything? The fact that you're lonely doesn't mean everyone wants to see you act revolting in an otherwise pleasant thread.
I never said I'm lonely.
I'm just saying what is an established fact. It's not good to be shy. Don't see why you have to get so damn upset about it....
I checked my post three times and I don't see it being bad. It's just you being sensitive.
People who wanted a good thread.
It was good until you started bitching and the anime discussion started.
That was funny
I for one was simply getting some good laughs out of Campaigner's creepy, awkward posts. There is a big difference between saying that some girls that work at Stardock are cute, and posting the rather colorful things we have seen from Campaigner. Nothing personal against him.
Ok, I don't see what's wrong with my first post in this thread. I just said in a funny way that I find her goodlooking. But maybe americans (both you and the other guy are from the US) got different morals than here in Sweden.
Anyway, that's your problems.