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I noticed the other day that I have a tendency to avoid certain people. Not because I want to separate myself out of hate but merely because I can't deal with crap like I did when I was younger. I tend to keep away from political heads or people who are fighting for a cause. It can be any side of politics or any cause, I just find that when people get obsessed with stuff like they, the majority of them become self-absorbed morons who only care about getting other people to agree with them. It is one thing to just talk about it in passing but when you make things like this a life mission, it is a big red flag for me that eventually, I will not get along with them. 

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I'd like to think I'm friendly and welcoming to most of the people I meet and I very rarely avoid people, if people are toxic or they deliberately annoy me then I let them know they should cut it out and they either change their attitude or leave me alone.

I don't do this to be petty or threatening, it just frustrates me when people think they're above other people and shouldn't be called out on they're actions.

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On a personal basis, I avoid most people but in general passing, I am a friendly guy. No matter how a person looks, acts, or their age, I will be nice but it doesn't mean I want to have a friendship with them. I am picky with who I get close to. I have had the same 2 friends since I was 12. 

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People I am related to... LOL!

My family for the most part is okay in small doses but when there are family functions going on where there is more than say 3 or 4 of them in the same room, it is a mess. 

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8 hours ago, LinXX said:

People I am related to... LOL!

My family for the most part is okay in small doses but when there are family functions going on where there is more than say 3 or 4 of them in the same room, it is a mess. 

Yeah I know what you mean, It's mostly Irish on my fathers side and there's a lot of them so family functions turn into total anarchy. I love my family but you can't always get along with everyone all the time, way back before I was born my nan's most quotable line when speaking to her daughter was "I love you, I just don't like you." which sounds pretty cruel but I can't help but laugh about it.

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On 7/7/2018 at 10:02 PM, VampireKrush said:

I don't really make any effort to avoid people, I just do things that interest me so wherever I go tends to have like-minded people. I think I avoid more people online these days then irl. Pretty sad. 

Same here man. I actually stopped using social media because of it. Facebook, Twitter, etc. no thanks. I would rather just use forums. 

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On 7/1/2018 at 3:03 AM, Gh0stRyder said:

I noticed the other day that I have a tendency to avoid certain people. Not because I want to separate myself out of hate but merely because I can't deal with crap like I did when I was younger. I tend to keep away from political heads or people who are fighting for a cause. It can be any side of politics or any cause, I just find that when people get obsessed with stuff like they, the majority of them become self-absorbed morons who only care about getting other people to agree with them. It is one thing to just talk about it in passing but when you make things like this a life mission, it is a big red flag for me that eventually, I will not get along with them. 

A whole host of people:

  • People who talk way too much / you cannot conversate with them
  • Self absorbed/ narcissistic / never ask you anything about your life, it is always only about theirs
  • Manipulative
  • Rude/ unnecessarily vulgar/inconsiderate
  • Unhygienic
  • Says really dumb things that they haven't really thought about
  • Forces their beliefs on me
  • People who aren't conscientious or care about responsibilities or consequences of their actions
  • People who don't care about absolutely anything
  • People who litter or endanger others 
  • If a friendly kind hearted dog shows they dislike a person (it's usually for good reason)
  • If I get a bad vibe in general
  • If they turn a devastating public event around to get some sympathy, despite not being directly affected by said event/tragedy

It's no surprise why I am usually alone, haha! There's more I could add to that list too.

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I am usually an okay guy. I don't get into heated arguments or go looking for trouble. Even if I don't like someone, I will still treat them with respect. 

With that being said, offline I tend to avoid most people. These days, it seems the majority is all about themselves so they likely wouldn't notice others avoiding them anyways. I have my handful of close friends and my pets, some of my family is alright. That is all I need.

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On 7/6/2018 at 10:06 PM, LinXX said:

People I am related to... LOL!

Most holidays, I try my best to be gone while the family is over. They're too damn loud!

 

On 7/10/2018 at 11:22 PM, DaveSpeek said:

I actually stopped using social media because of it. Facebook, Twitter, etc. no thanks.

I stopped using facebook after high school. I kept in case someone REALLY needs to contact me, but I haven't posted anything in years. Got sick of all the drama and BS that you have to sift through.

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5 hours ago, Truth said:

I stopped using facebook after high school. I kept in case someone REALLY needs to contact me, but I haven't posted anything in years. Got sick of all the drama and BS that you have to sift through.

I was on Facebook from 2010 till 2012 I think. I used it frequently in the beginning but then I witnessed all the crap that goes on behind closed doors. My sister's fiance was cheating on her with his ex and another woman. He used Facebook to contact and keep in touch with them. She was 22 at the time so I am glad she found this out before they got married. She is with a much better guy now. Then I had a friend who basically screwed up a relationship because he was jealous. It is just not worth it. I have a cousin who I am pretty close with, he is like a brother to me and he calls it FakeBook. I think it is suiting. 

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13 minutes ago, shawn said:

FakeBook.

lol

It's essentially "Everyone you think you know hiding behind a keyboard". You really get to see the worst in people through there. If something important happens, someone will tell me.

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43 minutes ago, Truth said:

lol

It's essentially "Everyone you think you know hiding behind a keyboard". You really get to see the worst in people through there. If something important happens, someone will tell me.

Yup le' old social media at its finest. People pretending to like people they don't while making it seem they are genuinely happy while showing off what they eat, where they go, and who they do things with. Gag me. lol

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I can usually tell very quickly after meeting someone if I like them or not. I’m an introvert and find it difficult in large social groups. I try to avoid them mostly but sometimes its not always possible. There’s always one idiot who takes it upon themselves to belittle you in front of everyone, usually with a “you’re quiet aren’t you?” comment or similar. These are the kind of people I hate and try to avoid. I’m much more comfortable in smaller social groups or one on one interaction and have a select few people who I socialise with. 

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People who are dishonest about anything. Like it is one thing to tell a lie, we all do from time to time, but when you go out of your way to be fake or put up some kind of front like you are a good person when you are a pile of crap, stay away from me. I tend to smell it coming anyways. 

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I usually get along with everyone, except people that bully other people or those that feel they are never wrong and refuse to accept the responsibility for their actions.  I always find myself defending the victims.   With online games going the way they are, I find myself trying to explain the difference between right and wrong to people who can't understand the concept.

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I tend to avoid people who feel there are certain people who deserve to be ridiculed and bullied.

Look, I don't agree in the least with hate groups -- but publicly humiliating them is just going to make them angrier and further dedicate them to their hateful cause.

I hate it when Democrats ridicule Republicans. I hate it when Republicans ridicule Democrats.

I hate it when people on social media lambaste someone else for supporting or not supporting what they do or don't.

Somehow, we've gotten socially to the point where it's deemed acceptable to mortify and bully a person if they do this or that, and our children are seeing that.

I avoid that, and the people who do it. Like the plague.

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1 hour ago, Cokeyskunk said:

I tend to avoid people who feel there are certain people who deserve to be ridiculed and bullied.

I'm on the fence about this statement. I've met some really shitty people, some of them deserve really shitty things. I will say that.

But I also understand the impact bullying can have, especially when it comes to kids. I've seen both sides of it, I've been on both sides of it.

Really depends on the details...

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2 hours ago, YodaMan 3D said:

people that bully other people

Those are the types of people i hate the most! I hate and avoid people who are just plain assholes in general, but bullys are the types of people i definitely don't want to talk too or even see ever.

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3 hours ago, Cokeyskunk said:

I hate it when people on social media lambaste someone else for supporting or not supporting what they do or don't.

How DARE you not support my Constitutional right to mock people online for not believing in the same things I do, like the Flat Earth, Fake Moon Landings, Chemtrails, The Deep State, Planet X, and the Frozen Envelope debacle of the 1985 NBA Draft!

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Edit: I don't see what's funny about this, @Cokeyskunk.  I suppose you'll try to get me to believe in dinosaurs and climate change next.

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31 minutes ago, BropolloCreed79 said:

How DARE you not support my Constitutional right to mock people online for not believing in the same things I do, like the Flat Earth, Fake Moon Landings, Chemtrails, The Deep State, Planet X, and the Frozen Envelope debacle of the 1985 NBA Draft!

You forgot about the Pentagon making Gay bombs and detonating them in swamps and marshes, resulting in the frogs turning fricking gay!

#SavedafrogsfromGaybomb.

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As of late, some family members. It seems they just want to bicker and hold grudges and I am to a point where I am sick of hearing about it. I even ignored my own mother for several weeks because she would only call me to complain about my aunt (her sister).

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On 9/28/2018 at 8:00 PM, Qu3ster said:

As of late, some family members. It seems they just want to bicker and hold grudges and I am to a point where I am sick of hearing about it. I even ignored my own mother for several weeks because she would only call me to complain about my aunt (her sister).

That's the beauty of getting married.  You get to choose your family at that point.

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I been getting from both sides about political issues.  To me, both sides are full of it, that is the only time I see the 2 sides come to an agreement.  That is only long enough to tell me I'm wrong.

Edit:  My side mostly Republicans and my wifes side in democrat.  I strive to stay in the middle and hear both sides and make a decision based on the info I am given.

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22 minutes ago, YodaMan 3D said:

Edit:  My side mostly Republicans and my wifes side in democrat.  I strive to stay in the middle and hear both sides and make a decision based on the info I am given.

Sounds like you need to invoke the magic words, amigo:

"Independent Voter".  Shuts people down every time.

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