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User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3134 times:

This type of situation has had me going crazy for well over a year in all types of places where i've come accross people.

I have been a happy go lucky person and never seemed to have a problem in my previous jobs or out and about.

But I'm noticing this more, an example from yesterday (Never mind the one a few weeks earlier, seems a regular occurrence)

I started a new job and said to the manager opposite who had a woman on his left, I was sort of saying it loud enough for both to hear, and I said:
"This siebel system keeps reminding me of the comedy show cybill"
He laughed as normal as it was meant to be funny, but this woman just didnt even look at me even though i've been talking to both every now and then. but a minute later when i would have been doing something else, he looked at her and she laughed.
But the thing is, why couldn't she laugh with me rather than pretending to ignore me.
Another episode on that day was with someone else where i was just chatting about the job, and she looked at the other and smiled as if to say "What the heck is this person"
I dont say anything offensive.
I even asked her and explained i get this alot in my other jobs and she said i've done nothing wrong but I can tell somethings up.

Like the 3rd example of the same day, this girl says "The weather is depressing" I say, "At least it's warm as I slipped on the ice yesterday" She just looked at me and didn't even say anything.

OK the question probably is this:
Laughing behind someones back....does this mean they are unfriendly people, or that they dislike me, or could it be they find me quirky because I'm more lively, however I'm not a parrot, I probably speak for 2 minutes every 20 mins if I think of something interesting. And right now it's only been work related questions.
I'm just loosing faith in making friends, I mean I know that not everyone is like that, as i used to make friends easily and I was even more hyper a few years ago.

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User currently offlineFly2HMO From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3116 times:

First off, take a chill pill.

Second, don't over analyze life so much.

Third, sounds like you work with a bunch of weirdos.

Fourth, there were always be people that come off as rude or as they seem to ignore you and what not, but they're most likely just without much of an attention span or whatever you want to call it. My desk neighbor is a lot like the girls you mentioned, if she's concentrating too much on something i have to call her name like 10 times before she puts attention and at first I thought she was deaf. My other neighbor seems quicker to react even with busy. That's just the way some people are wired in their brains.


User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3096 times:

Quoting Fly2HMO (Reply 1):
First off, take a chill pill.

Second, don't over analyze life so much.

Third, sounds like you work with a bunch of weirdos.

Fourth, there were always be people that come off as rude or as they seem to ignore you and what not, but they're most likely just without much of an attention span or whatever you want to call it. My desk neighbor is a lot like the girls you mentioned, if she's concentrating too much on something i have to call her name like 10 times before she puts attention and at first I thought she was deaf. My other neighbor seems quicker to react even with busy. That's just the way some people are wired in their brains.

True, it's just sometimes they chat too and seems like they'd be a hypocrite if they thought i was bad. maybe because i'm new and i'm chatting like they are friends or something. The thing is, I went to australia and met travellers and did fine there talking  


User currently offlineeinsteinboricua From Puerto Rico, joined Apr 2010, 3094 posts, RR: 8
Reply 3, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3079 times:

I remember when I worked at Toys R Us, one of the supervisors was the human resources director and she would often chat and joke with the more senior members (senior as in they have been working for a few years), but was as dry as the desert with the newcomers. Obviously, you feel left out since you expect to be treated the same as all the others.

Just ignore that behavior. Be yourself. as long as your co-workers find your behavior spirited rather than annoying, you should be fine. Maybe it takes time. Don't stress out trying to impress her. Just do your work.



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User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3074 times:

Quoting einsteinboricua (Reply 3):
I remember when I worked at Toys R Us, one of the supervisors was the human resources director and she would often chat and joke with the more senior members (senior as in they have been working for a few years), but was as dry as the desert with the newcomers. Obviously, you feel left out since you expect to be treated the same as all the others.

Just ignore that behavior. Be yourself. as long as your co-workers find your behavior spirited rather than annoying, you should be fine. Maybe it takes time. Don't stress out trying to impress her. Just do your work.

Thanks, I will try to afterall I should really, and realise not everyone would be like them, plus I only really go there to work although would be nice to get a bit of a frienship but once you're in that seating area that's it   I'll be alright though  


User currently offlineUH60FtRucker From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3071 times:

Quoting Fly2HMO (Reply 1):
First off, take a chill pill.

Second, don't over analyze life so much.

Third, sounds like you work with a bunch of weirdos.

I concur.

The only thing that you could have done, that might have been "rude", is if you had donkey punched the miserable old salt. But seriously, what the hell do you care what she thinks?

Okay this is what you do. Next time she gives you attitude, tell her the shut that hole in her putrid face, before you give her the biggest Glass Bottom Boat that she's ever had. Bigger than the ones the johns would give her back when she was pullin tricks to get the cash to satisfy her crack rock addition.

That'll shut her up.


User currently offlinevikkyvik From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 10021 posts, RR: 26
Reply 6, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 3059 times:
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Quoting fca767 (Thread starter):

Like the 3rd example of the same day, this girl says "The weather is depressing" I say, "At least it's warm as I slipped on the ice yesterday" She just looked at me and didn't even say anything.

Sometimes people just want you to agree with them, or at least sympathize or empathize. Whether that's good or bad, sometimes it is just good to be nice and try and empathize, rather than disagree (I know you weren't really disagreeing as such, but anyway).

Quoting fca767 (Thread starter):
"This siebel system keeps reminding me of the comedy show cybill"
He laughed as normal as it was meant to be funny, but this woman just didnt even look at me even though i've been talking to both every now and then. but a minute later when i would have been doing something else, he looked at her and she laughed.
But the thing is, why couldn't she laugh with me rather than pretending to ignore me.

Why should she laugh? Perhaps she simply didn't find it funny. And I'd wager she doesn't know you well enough to joke with you about your joke possibly not being funny to her, so it was probably easier to just ignore it.



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User currently offlineacidradio From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 1874 posts, RR: 10
Reply 7, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 3048 times:
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The more I work in the corporate world the more I find that they hire a lot of people with very poor or questionable social skills - that is they have any skills at all. When I worked in the airline world there was a lot of camaraderie. We worked hard but we played hard. In my last airline job out of EVERYONE there I can think of only like one person who really bothered me. The rest were great. Then I left for the IT world. Many of the people I encounter in IT seem like they live in their mom's basement, play video games, never see sunlight and have very poor social skills. They are just plain weird. All of my managers are even more weird and you really wonder how on earth they got their jobs. I tried hard to build camaraderie in our office but it just didn't happen. This is probably by design though.

In prior generations you WERE your job. Work hard at it and you had a shot to move up and they would keep you for life. You would get that gold watch after 40 yrs on the job. Now? You were hired to do one job only, you have little shot of learning new and different stuff and no matter how hard you work if they feel the least bit threatened by you or if they can save 10 shillings they will throw you right out the door.

It goes without saying that we basically have to look for social interaction now outside of work. Everything has become too politically correct, short-sighted and "goals oriented" in today's offices. Jobs used to be places where you interacted, grew, made something of yourself, made pals, met your spouse and all of that. Jobs now? Well if they put bread on your table you are doing OK.

Don't be offended by this woman. She sounds like a jerk or a boor. People who are unkind to others usually get it in return and with interest down the road.



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User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 3047 times:

Quoting vikkyvik (Reply 6):
Sometimes people just want you to agree with them, or at least sympathize or empathize. Whether that's good or bad, sometimes it is just good to be nice and try and empathize, rather than disagree (I know you weren't really disagreeing as such, but anyway).

Oh, I meant it as to cheer her up in the way I said it, in a cheerfull way, but maybe it could have sounded like I was dissagreeing.

Quoting vikkyvik (Reply 6):
Why should she laugh? Perhaps she simply didn't find it funny. And I'd wager she doesn't know you well enough to joke with you about your joke possibly not being funny to her, so it was probably easier to just ignore it.

But I thought like watching a comedian we laugh if we find something funny, maybe she didnt know I was joking.


User currently offlinevikkyvik From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 10021 posts, RR: 26
Reply 9, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 2958 times:
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Quoting acidradio (Reply 7):
It goes without saying that we basically have to look for social interaction now outside of work.

Why is that a bad thing? My best friends were made before I started working full-time anyway.

Plus, I see work people for 40+ hours a week. I don't generally have much desire to see them outside work (with a few exceptions).

Quoting fca767 (Reply 8):
Oh, I meant it as to cheer her up in the way I said it, in a cheerfull way, but maybe it could have sounded like I was dissagreeing.

I know - but people misconstrue things sometimes.

Quoting fca767 (Reply 8):

But I thought like watching a comedian we laugh if we find something funny, maybe she didnt know I was joking.

Like I said - maybe she didn't find it funny.



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User currently offlinevarigb707 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 2926 times:

Quoting fca767 (Thread starter):
Is This Rude? 

Was this an episode of The Office?


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 11, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 2851 times:

Personally I find it important to get on well with people that I work with. We spend too many of our waking hours in the company of people that we may not necessarily choose to associate with under normal circumstances. Therefore I tend to think that if people that I'm working with are not able to join in with general "office banter", then the chances are that they're too busy trying to climb the corporate ladder to be of any importance to me.

Maybe it's just an age thing and I've spent too many years doing corporate stuff to have any time for people who don't play the game, but let's not forget that they pull their trousers on one leg at a time, the same as the rest of us They also have friends and family who probably have no idea of how uptight they behave at work and just see them as the person that they are in a familiar/social environment.

We're a complex race!!



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User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 2708 times:

Quoting acidradio (Reply 7):
It goes without saying that we basically have to look for social interaction now outside of work. Everything has become too politically correct, short-sighted and "goals oriented" in today's offices. Jobs used to be places where you interacted, grew, made something of yourself, made pals, met your spouse and all of that. Jobs now? Well if they put bread on your table you are doing OK.

Don't be offended by this woman. She sounds like a jerk or a boor. People who are unkind to others usually get it in return and with interest down the road

Thanks for your reply   I think she's not used to talking much maybe, she seems all smiley infront of me but you can tell it's a put on face, she seems shy but also able to subltely smile about what just happened with her friend.
I must just pretend i'm a magnet and let the good metals attract to me lol


User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 13, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 2704 times:

Quoting varigb707 (Reply 10):
Was this an episode of The Office?

Come to think of it, like I could be a ricky gervais but not that dramatic, just mentioning a training program (as i'm a new starter) Like why's it not working and oh why can't I do this way instead, and just being cheerfull.

But yeah I guess it could be a mild gervais of me but not that bad, more like "Karl Pilkington" on "an idiot abroad" (Youtube it) except I don't really moan and I just try and see different sides of a problem.


User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 2701 times:

Quoting BAViscount (Reply 11):
Personally I find it important to get on well with people that I work with. We spend too many of our waking hours in the company of people that we may not necessarily choose to associate with under normal circumstances. Therefore I tend to think that if people that I'm working with are not able to join in with general "office banter", then the chances are that they're too busy trying to climb the corporate ladder to be of any importance to me.

Maybe it's just an age thing and I've spent too many years doing corporate stuff to have any time for people who don't play the game, but let's not forget that they pull their trousers on one leg at a time, the same as the rest of us They also have friends and family who probably have no idea of how uptight they behave at work and just see them as the person that they are in a familiar/social environment.

We're a complex race!!

I mean they're nice and smiley to me but just the reactions about me after I've spoken, and it's normal stuff, just recognising flaws in a computer system that I'm on, or mentioning the weather. I dunno  


User currently offlineRussianJet From Belgium, joined Jul 2007, 7703 posts, RR: 21
Reply 15, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 2661 times:
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Pull yourself together man,.

If you go through your entire working life being paranoid about everybody's tiniest little reaction to everything that you ever say then you will drive yourself mad. Let it go. People are all very different and sometimes can be very hard to read. Just get on with it.



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User currently offlineiairallie From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 2587 times:

I'm going to be honest at risk of getting deleted because it seems like you want honest feedback. Having read all your posts on this thread you come across really offputting and you aren't funny even though you seem to think you are. You said you get this kind of reaction often I'm not surprised. You seem to be lacking the ability to read people. It also sounds like you are the type of person who listens in and then randomly interupts somonelse's conversation. Now that is rude and it might account for some of the strange reactions you get. You need to calm down. If you want to make friends at work stop with the trying to be mr. comedy. Most people aren't that funny. Instead laugh at other peoples jokes make them feel good and when you get to know them better then test the waters to see if they find your type of humor funny. You can be an obnoxious person or you can be a likeable person.

User currently offlinehka098 From United States of America, joined Oct 2010, 556 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 2581 times:

Quoting einsteinboricua (Reply 3):
Just do your work.

Exactly. That is, after all, why you are there. It can be tedious to spend most of your day doing something, and surrounded by strangers. I guess I am lucky I have my own office. Some of my colleague have to share offices with people that I would not last an hour among.

I would give her the same treatment she gives you. She can see how that fits and adjust her attitude accordingly. "what" is a great way to getting under other people's skin. If she were to say something or explain something to you and you reply with "what?" often enough, she may just go away. "I don't know" is another excellent way to keep folks from bothering you (should you choose to go that way). You seem like an outgoing person, which is fine, but remember there are other out there which are miserable and can't stand talking to others. (me included). Sometimes, it is specific others that we cannot handle in any dose.

There is this secretary in the building who is young and perky, and border-line spastic. You may know the type that puts "super" in front of a word to accentuate it and uses physical actions to explain herself. She is sweet and means well, but I can't handle too much of her without wanting to discharge her from a window.


User currently offlineAR385 From Mexico, joined Nov 2003, 6203 posts, RR: 30
Reply 18, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 2544 times:
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Quoting iairallie (Reply 16):
I'm going to be honest at risk of getting deleted because it seems like you want honest feedback.

I have to concurr with iairallie. You do come out being weird. In any case, it´s a matter of patience. People at work will get to like you eventually...or not. That is not your problem. Your job is not to make friends.

I´ve been sent abroad to companies where I´ve arrived in a management role and not being local, it can be hard. But, I´ve learned results speak for themselves and if you just worry about doing your job, the socialization will happen on its own.



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User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 2522 times:

Quoting iairallie (Reply 16):
I'm going to be honest at risk of getting deleted because it seems like you want honest feedback. Having read all your posts on this thread you come across really offputting and you aren't funny even though you seem to think you are. You said you get this kind of reaction often I'm not surprised. You seem to be lacking the ability to read people. It also sounds like you are the type of person who listens in and then randomly interupts somonelse's conversation. Now that is rude and it might account for some of the strange reactions you get. You need to calm down. If you want to make friends at work stop with the trying to be mr. comedy. Most people aren't that funny. Instead laugh at other peoples jokes make them feel good and when you get to know them better then test the waters to see if they find your type of humor funny. You can be an obnoxious person or you can be a likeable person.

I'm not even trying to be funny, I'm just trying to smile while I talk, and I don't but in
And what do you mean! Are you trying to say that someone who tries to make people happy is a bad person!
OK so I'm bad for wanting to make people happy
No wonder there's evil in this world, if we are meant to not make people happy

You're the perfect example of them girls, just like the ones with a permanent non smile on there face that's been there by many years of being nasty.
I like to help people and I am respectfull!
I haven't been in a job for a long time and haven't seen a friend in 2 months

So Excuse me! If I am a little happy to be working and want to say hello to people! Is that a crime?

Thanks

[Edited 2010-12-11 08:39:41]

[Edited 2010-12-11 08:40:10]

[Edited 2010-12-11 08:45:21]

User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 2510 times:

Quoting iairallie (Reply 16):
I'm going to be honest at risk of getting deleted because it seems like you want honest feedback. Having read all your posts on this thread you come across really offputting and you aren't funny even though you seem to think you are. You said you get this kind of reaction often I'm not surprised. You seem to be lacking the ability to read people. It also sounds like you are the type of person who listens in and then randomly interupts somonelse's conversation. Now that is rude and it might account for some of the strange reactions you get. You need to calm down. If you want to make friends at work stop with the trying to be mr. comedy. Most people aren't that funny. Instead laugh at other peoples jokes make them feel good and when you get to know them better then test the waters to see if they find your type of humor funny. You can be an obnoxious person or you can be a likeable person.

Who said I seem to think I'm funny! Was I being rude and saying "HAHA I'm funny and you're not"? I have been depressed for a long time and I try to make friends by being friendly.
That's the type of comment from a narrow minded person who doesn't like anyone being happy

[Edited 2010-12-11 08:47:56]

User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 2506 times:

Quoting hka098 (Reply 17):
I would give her the same treatment she gives you. She can see how that fits and adjust her attitude accordingly. "what" is a great way to getting under other people's skin. If she were to say something or explain something to you and you reply with "what?" often enough, she may just go away. "I don't know" is another excellent way to keep folks from bothering you (should you choose to go that way). You seem like an outgoing person, which is fine, but remember there are other out there which are miserable and can't stand talking to others. (me included). Sometimes, it is specific others that we cannot handle in any dose.

I understand. I don't just talk to them, they are just sat there waiting for a call and look bored so I just say hello and just say something like, this computers not working, and say something like that. I can't believe airallie is blasting me for being a bad person, I've done nothing wrong yet she thinks I have a big ego.


User currently offlinehka098 From United States of America, joined Oct 2010, 556 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 2489 times:

I would go with what some others have said in this thread, "chill". Do you really care what Arialle thinks? Unless you are attracted to her in some way, this shouldn't matter. Workplace romances are a bad idea anyway (unless it is a FwB). She, herself, may be insecure. If she thinks you have a big ego, and you are in fact, quite normal, then she may be lacking in that department. She may not be into small-talk, like you seem to be. Arialle could also be into you, and expresses it like a child by acting uninterested and blase.

User currently offlineAloha717200 From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 4500 posts, RR: 15
Reply 23, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 2488 times:

I don't think airallie was blasting you, i think he was being very blunt. I can't honestly say that I agree with the people who say you come across as weird. But then again, I have asperger's and therefore have similar social problems. It's hard for me to understand the nuances of human behavior. So when I'm at work, I basically detach myself from my own self and focus on working.

To be honest, i begin to get nervous when people begin to socialize with me at work. Because I know that the more I begin to talk, the more it will become apparent that my mind doesn't think on the same wavelength as most human beings, and usually, once people find that out, it becomes difficult to fit in. I have to start explaining things ive said and it gets awkward.

So I pretend to be normal, focus on my job and stay super friendly to people. It's for my own good. Being open in the past cost me jobs because normal people really can't, dont, or arent interested in understanding Asperger's disorder. I can say though that I have done what you do, which is try to joke with random people and such. I get mixed results. Same as you.

[Edited 2010-12-11 09:35:32]

User currently offlinefca767 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2006, 1761 posts, RR: 1
Reply 24, posted (3 years 9 months 1 week 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 2457 times:

Quoting hka098 (Reply 22):
I would go with what some others have said in this thread, "chill". Do you really care what Arialle thinks? Unless you are attracted to her in some way, this shouldn't matter. Workplace romances are a bad idea anyway (unless it is a FwB). She, herself, may be insecure. If she thinks you have a big ego, and you are in fact, quite normal, then she may be lacking in that department. She may not be into small-talk, like you seem to be. Arialle could also be into you, and expresses it like a child by acting uninterested and blase.

I don't know her but I get what you mean lol

Quoting Aloha717200 (Reply 23):
I don't think airallie was blasting you, i think he was being very blunt. I can't honestly say that I agree with the people who say you come across as weird. But then again, I have asperger's and therefore have similar social problems. It's hard for me to understand the nuances of human behavior. So when I'm at work, I basically detach myself from my own self and focus on working.

To be honest, i begin to get nervous when people begin to socialize with me at work. Because I know that the more I begin to talk, the more it will become apparent that my mind doesn't think on the same wavelength as most human beings, and usually, once people find that out, it becomes difficult to fit in. I have to start explaining things ive said and it gets awkward.

So I pretend to be normal, focus on my job and stay super friendly to people. It's for my own good. Being open in the past cost me jobs because normal people really can't, dont, or arent interested in understanding Asperger's disorder. I can say though that I have done what you do, which is try to joke with random people and such. I get mixed results. Same as you.

I understand what you mean   Sometimes it's just that so many people have different ways of socialising, Like I actually hate crowds, I wouldn't go into a club and start talking to a group of girls, I've been to a club about 10 times in my life at 28.
So I'm happy to stay away, and prefer one on one basis usually, I have a few friends and they are special to me.

It should be ok, as long as I just remain a little more reserved but smile  

[Edited 2010-12-11 10:14:11]

25 iairallie : Don't misconstrue this but have you considered professional therapy? Your reactions especially here are really disproportionate. A therapist could hel
26 Post contains images Birdwatching : I agree! Because THAT is the root of the problem. You can say something funny and the other person doesn't laugh, then his/her long time co-worker cr
27 fca767 : Yes exactly! From observing, I noticed people around them said practically the same type of things yet I couldn't so I felt it was hypocritical. Also
28 fca767 : Therapist for watching people's reactions? ok? what about your insensitive comments about insinuating that I find myself funny as if I'm on an ego tr
29 fca767 : The fact that you said this in PM, and decided to spread it more on this thread shows your nastyness and insensitivity to people. Have you considered
30 vikkyvik : You pretty much said it yourself: You're saying she should have laughed because you were being funny. I asked, what if she didn't think you were funn
31 Aloha717200 : Especially on airliners.net. Let me tell you from the voice of experience that A.net, being a huge community as it is, means you're exposing your tho
32 fca767 : I agree with you totally, I see it alot on other forums too where people are just really insensitive to other people's feelings. Funnily enough it se
33 Aloha717200 : Take a deep breath man. First, it's probably not a good idea to mention suicide to someone who barely knows you because you really don't know how the
34 Fly2HMO : Dude seriously calm the heck down. Going by your latest posts I am leaning strongly now towards it's actually you that has the issues. Just quit tryi
35 Post contains images fca767 : Sorry I made a mistake, I only said to her, "I'm not going to make you make me commit suicide" I guess I forget how it's percieved But either way, sh
36 fca767 : I need to be sociable, I've been without any for 2 months, it get's a heck lonely when you've got nothing at home and then suddenly thrown into a job
37 Post contains images fca767 : Thankyou, I think you've given really good advice to me, I'm off to bed now
38 iairallie : Precisely perhaps the person you joked about the crappy computer system with had something to do with the selection or creation of that system. The p
39 fca767 : But it's when people say I'm the problem that annoys me...I didn't do anything wrong but talk to people at work. I didn't call them names, I didn't s
40 fca767 : All I would have said about joking about a computer is: "Arrhhh this computer just gave me an internal server error, oh that's annoying hehe" that's
41 fca767 : I don't think the world is nuts. I think I need to know if what I am saying is wrong. I think I've given examples of the words I've said and people h
42 iairallie : Hell just froze over LOL. Congrats on the new job BTW. There are lots of lonely people out there if you need more socialization go do some volunteer
43 Post contains images Aloha717200 : Here's another thing to consider. There are a lot of people in the world who pretend to be nice to someone just so that they can later use them and t
44 fca767 : the workplace I'm at seems to be like that though, the manager who sits opposite me was handing round lottery tickets on a print out saying anyone wa
45 fca767 : I take that back! Air Allie just pm's me Get help you are clearly an unstable person. You will have a much happier less painful life if you do. Don't
46 Aloha717200 : Let it go man. Just go from this day forward knowing a bit more about how people behave and make the best of it.
47 iairallie : FYI I sent this after a series of 5 totally off the wall ranting PM's
48 Post contains images vikkyvik : That could be the end of the thread right there. It's amazing how many people don't realize that. See the above quote. If you can't handle constructi
49 fca767 : I don't know but I've had enough of this thread, I'll take your posts on the thread as helpfull and that's it, and assume you are not digging at me.
50 Post contains images fca767 : I've let it go now lol...I want to watch "The apprentice" now before bed Good night, and have a good weekend, I might go airport
51 fca767 : Maybe i was reading into too much
52 Post contains images Birdwatching : One more friendly suggestion to help you... this thread has 51 replies by now, 26 of them posted by yourself (yes I actually counted them). That is mo
53 Post contains images fca767 : Thankyou soren I will take it easy now Happy xmas
54 Post contains images n229nw : If life were like a romantic comedy movie, the two of you will definitely end up living happily ever after...you know, they hate each other at first,
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