You should as well! People here are just as real as the people you meet face-to-face.
I suppose I understand if you want to express a side of yourself that isn't typically you,
but the problem remains that in person you are limited to the local people. Here you can make connections
with anyone around the world, so you often meet people for similar likes, tastes, hobbies, etc.
Some of the best, most supportive people in my life I've met online. I've had people send me boxes of gifts from
other states, and I share my innermost secrets here rather than with local friends.
I guess that's just the way I am. I can't judge you for being different, but I think we're moving towards
an age where cyber relationships are less criticized.
Mm. Even running on a treadmill is boring for me while I'm watching t.v. I do love walking though.
I wish I lived in a city where it was a more viable means of transportation.
Anonymity doesn't really concern me. I've never been shy about getting to know people,
and giving them details, save more personal things like my address.
Remember! I met my ex husband while he was living in Europe, so I'm well versed in internet socialization. ;p
People always says "irl this, irl that". This is irl, the only difference being that we are far apart.
I remember most things. I'm glad it's better. :'D!
I could never run. I get so bored.
I just try to be polite and helpful. No reason not to. In person I'm more anti-social. It's weird.
Like, when I associate with people I get along well with them, but I don't necessarily like being crowded by company,
so I just avoid contact normally.
Yeah, ages ago you said you have blisters or something. Then you made a status about it,
so I figured it was painful.