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Old 11-18-2012, 02:21 PM   #12
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Default Re: Is an attention seeker automatically an arseclown?

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Originally Posted by Sapeod View Post
Bringing me up in a thread about attention seeking. I should have known this would happen sooner or later as soon as I saw the title. I'm not even going to bother arguing with you, it's not worthy my time.
Many believe you are the Attention Seeking Club's mascot.

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Originally Posted by Orange Wombat View Post
Or it could be an extremely extroverted person who feels like they still don't get enough attention in real life, so they feel the need to be even more outrageous.
This. Extroverts in life are likely to be even more extrovert on the internet as well.

Introverts are likely to have doubts opening up even on the net. The louder posters on MTF are, I am pretty sure quite open-mouthed (though not astoundingly vulgar) in real life as well.

Posters like GlennM, Corey Feldman, Looner, NTG are extroverts in the real world. An introvert opening up on internet would be something like Commander Data or Clay Death.
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