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|#136 - I've got a really weird fear that one day I'll look up into my… [+] (1 new reply)||11/21/2014 on Deep Dark Fears||+3|
|#37 - Yeah, God forbid you're nice to someone and consider their feelings [+] (10 new replies)||11/18/2014 on Yup||+55|
#49 - leifbunny (11/19/2014) [-]
#52 - Encarna (11/19/2014) [-]
That's complete and utter bullshit though. Everybody has different personalities and what might be funny to some is not funny to others.
As an example what happens if one of your or someone elses parents had passed away and someone made a joke about it, are you not in the right to say "Hey maybe you shouldn't talk about that bud it's a sore topic."? Of course you are, sure they're not obliged to stop talking about it, but if they had any decency about them they would.
#54 - threenoblesouls (11/19/2014) [-]
It's really more about what someone's intentions are. If my parents died and someone simply says "oh, your parents died", it's possible that they have malicious intent. This may not be the case. It most likely wouldn't be. But if it were, surely you would have a fair chance at being able to detect it?
Similarly, someone might make a very insensitive sounding Batman joke about it, and yet - it's possible they're very kind hearted, meek, and well meaning. I'd probably ask them not to do it, but if they care about me, or at least didn't mean any harm, I'd do my best to discern that and hold no hostility towards them.
#56 - meek (11/19/2014) [-]
#73 - threenoblesouls (11/19/2014) [-]
That's a bit of a transition. I was talking more about knowing what someone means and how they feel and caring about that more than what you can most easily make them out to be.
But I identify with you a lot. Look, you know who you are. Don't you? There's a lot of people out there who will tell you that you shouldn't label yourself and let other people define you, blah blah blah, and you know what, most of them are idiots. Yes, you know yourself as well as others in ways that you can never fully express in words, but don't let that stop you from investigating how you might be defined by legitimate fields of study. There might be widespread misconceptions and bigotry, but that doesn't mean that there's not an ever growing network of information and systems of categorization that have so much merit that you'd do well to avail yourself to... because there is.
Stay sharp, don't be too trusting or stick around for abuse, and work to prevent misunderstandings, but assimilate as much knowledge as you can.
My point is, maybe you have autism, and maybe you don't. That's your starting point. Move forward from there.
#53 - leifbunny (11/19/2014) [-]
There's a difference between people you know and "strangers", as I stated. I've had people try and cut into my conversations because they didn't like what I said. Bitch do I know you? No? Then find someone else to bother, that wasn't for you.
Decency is of course important, and a personal responsibility, but I'm not going to apologize for saying something I'm serious about, especially not to some random asshole who thinks they have the right to tell me what to say.
#57 - Encarna (11/19/2014) [-]
There is also a difference between an obviously malicious topic though. Let's return to my previous example except a stranger asks you to stop joking about it because his or her parents passed away. Would you tell them the same thing? Whether they heard it in passing or whether they were being nosey is of no real consequence.
What does matter is the manner in which you are asked, if they are a cunt about it then sure tell them to go fuck themselves, but as you said, decency is important.
#66 - leifbunny (11/19/2014) [-]
If they heard it in passing, they can keep fucking walking. If they try to make something of it, it's their inability to handle the most minor of problems. Which, again, isn't my problem. I would, and have, told people that if they don't enjoy a conversation, they're welcome to leave it. Why should I have to care if my topic strikes someone else's nerve if, again, I don't know them, and don't, and shouldn't, care about their feelings towards WORDS. I'm softspoken as it is. If you hear me outside the group of the people I'm speaking to, you're more than like eavesdropping anyways.
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