I consider Twitter/Facebook a place to catch up with friends, laugh a little and make the day go by a little faster.

I have a handful of really close friends online that I trust implicitly, other than that it’s all up in the air.

I have never, that I can think of, sent anything to anyone anonymously. I find it cowardly and immature. If I really want to say something to someone via email or text I will do it as myself and accept the fallout. If I am too afraid to email someone as myself then I don’t email them at all.

I am not on Twitter, Facebook or anywhere else online to prove anything to anyone. I don’t need to prove my intelligence, my attractiveness or the quality of my marriage/life. If you don’t like me then just go away, I probably won’t even notice you gone.

I tend to have a gut instinct about people, right off the bat, but that is hard to do online as none of us are our exact selves on the internet. Many of us have more confidence online, I know I do. I also have a tendency to ignore my gut, which I always regret.

I’ve never done anything online, ever, to deserve a lot of the fucked up shit I’ve received. I’ve never stalked anyone, other than a couple celebs and is it even stalking if you just follow their Twitter? I’ve never attacked anyone online, I’ve said things I wish I could take back but I’ve never gone after anyone, it’s not my style.

I don’t give a shit how many followers I have. Most days I have no clue how many people are actually following me. The only thing I ever care about is interacting with people on my blog and if it doesn’t happen it doesn’t happen.

Sometimes shit just isn’t right and you have to just walk away, if any of you are ever sick of me or whatever then I am ok with that, it happens. Life is too fucking short.

How many are you just glad this post had nothing to do with Skins?

25 Thoughts on “How I Do Things

  1. Twitter is just another popularity contest sometimes. I post stuff that is meaningless and meaningful. It’s just random…I’m not trying to prove anything either – so I get what you’re saying. I hate all the “spmarketers” that keep following me. Jerks.

  2. I am not sure whether this means that you DID receive a lot of shit and hate online from strangers. If you did, I am very sorry that happened. The Internet brings out the best AND the worst in people. I am not sure how easy it is for you to just ignore the hate (because it’s very hard for me) but please do know that there are also “strangers” that totally are feeling blessed that you are here.

  3. ((hug)) Sounds like you had some craziness somewhere.

    Personally, I have decided to pull the ‘old lady’ card & refuse to try to even understand what twitter is or how I might incorporate it into my life.

  4. I miss Chris. I cried a lot at the end of the series

  5. I’m just disappointed that your posts don’t include pictures of hot Asian women.

  6. bluepaintred on February 23, 2010 at 12:45 pm said:

    wtf? so you dont care about twitter *SOB*

    (secret – I often prefer twitter to my blogs these days)

    (i think that menas I’m “sad”)

    (Im not sure I care)

    (I like brackets)

  7. For the record, you can TOTALLY stalk me. I would be honored;)

  8. For the record, if you ever decided to stalk me…even for just 2 seconds….I would be honored:)

  9. Close enough for me to feel like a SUPA-star:)

  10. bluepaintred on February 23, 2010 at 4:16 pm said:

    (Your)(brackets) really turned me on.

  11. Well I know I’m sick of you.

  12. Is this the same thing BPR was referring to? I obviously missed something, but I think I’m OK with that. Anons have no balls. I’ve gotten into it with people online, but we’ve always taken it off to e-mail, and for the most part agreed to disagree. Still friends/buds/whatever…and as far as I’m concerned, that’s totally the way to do it.

  13. I am sorry, Gwen and Robin, you two have the worst acting skills ever. Tre unconvincing. 😉

  14. I try to only use the internet to amuse people. I mean, for the most part. I started out using it to become rich and famous, but that just didn’t work out AT ALL.

    It’s hard to put yourself out there and then have people shit on you. I truly believe there are people who get their jollies on upsetting other people. If you doubt it, read the comments on ANY tragic story in the newspaper these days. It’s gruesome.

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