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This is the ask blog of soratane. This was originally intended to be a personal blog but due to my inability to make personal posts, the blog became an ask blog--since all I do is answer questions.

I think it's a good thing, though. Here we can goof off, I guess.

匿名 asked : Can we hear your voice? * O *

I’m probably as lively as Lorde is with my tone of speech.

匿名 asked : *hugs* (っ◕ヮ◕)っ hehe

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edzoneko asked : How many friends are considered many? Or maybe you have many friends that you don't even know they're your friends

I don’t know. As I said, everyone has a different idea of many.

All I know is on a daily basis, I don’t text to more than three people. And the only person I see regularly is Lauren. Ha. Friends or not, I’m a very isolated person so this entire conversation is irrelevant.

lion-heartkurry asked : friends who game together stay together

As long as they stay on the same console.

ireallylikeonepiece asked : Dude, I got really into Mass Effect 'cause of your posts about it and I was super excited to find people to bond with over it when I got to college, but so far none of the people I've talked to at my college know what it issss. :( It's like One Piece all over again, with a series too long that most of the people I talk to haven't taken the time to watch/play it. How do you manage to find friends who also like a lot of the same stuff?

The Internet~

Also if you wear gaming merch, people will find you. I love meeting people because fandom attire/accessories. Today I stopped some guy because I wanted to know where he got his Targaryen jersey.

I like wearing game merch that don’t have the title on it, so it’s a little more ambiguous. Because it’s nice to make little connections with people you would have never met otherwise, simply because you were the only ones in the room who recognised a fandom reference (like the N7 logo).

gold-enboy asked : that's so not fetch

No way. what’s not fetch is this anon.

fseffect asked : A friend is someone who helps you move. A good friend is someone who helps you move bodies.

^ or what he said.

匿名 asked : I think you have a very large amount of friends. Remember you didn't say "true friends" you said you don't have many people in the 98% or that 2% and I don't think that's true. Depression sometimes makes people look past the positive or plentiful aspects of their life toward those that would reinforce those negative feelings.

I’m sorry, I wasn’t aware you were me and live my life and know every aspect of it. That was pretty foolish and presumptuous of me to think otherwise.

If you’re going to try analysing someone psychologically you have to remember two things: You don’t know everything. And you can’t be biased about someone else’s situation because your own perception of it.

You have no idea how many friends I do or don’t have, sir/ma’am. And if you’re basing your theory off of tumblr, it’s terribly flawed. Consider the fact that your idea of “many” could be different from mine. Also your definition of friendship may greatly differ from mine as well.

People hand out the title of “friend” too easily. Being liked by people does not make them your friends. On the off chance you like them back because they’re nice or interesting doesn’t make them your friends either.

You have to work towards forging a friendship and I do not put effort into people. So I will not call them my friend unless I do try, and I won’t selfishly claim the title of being their friend either—because as I said, you have to work for it.

Friends are people you trust, and I don’t trust very easily. That has nothing to do with depression.

gold-enboy asked : i want to be your friend, friend.

donnie you can’t sit with me.

匿名 asked : People with a lot of friends who say they don't have many friends are sometimes people who are depressed.

Are you implying you don’t believe I have very few friends and I’m possibly depressed, or was that just a general observation? Because defending the fact that I don’t have very many friends will probably be the saddest thing I have to do, and I won’t.