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 No.1845

Sometimes I daydream about people asking my opinion on various subjects, like it matters.

 No.1846

Same

 No.1847

Go on Twitter and reply to random people, they love it.

 No.1848

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>>1847
I don't think my mental health could take much more abuse.

 No.1849

>>1846
What would you like to be asked about?

 No.1850

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>>1849
Mostly philosophy or specific issues like programming or whatever else I'm doing throughout the day. I like to pretend that who I'm talking to is a great friend of mine

 No.1852

>>1850
What would you recommend for a good first project with AutoHotKey scripting?

 No.1853

>>1852
>Make a program that installs linux and deletes windows, then learn C.
Make a clipboard that you can copy and paste from. https://github.com/ahkscript/awesome-AutoHotkey

 No.1858

>>1845
Yeah, I daydream about being important and people giving value to my opinion. Sometimes I daydream about being in a debate and obliterating my opponent with facts and logic.

 No.1868

… me too. I fantasize about future interactions I could have, or even daydream about streaming to a fantasy audience of people, and monologue to the voyeurs in my head.

 No.1869

>>1848
I think you spend more time outside or having someone to talk like a friend so they can hear some of your problems out and vent whatever is inside.

 No.1885

What is your quest

 No.1886

>>1885
To seek the Holy Grail!

 No.1887

>>1886
For what purpose?

 No.1888

>>1886
what is your favorite color?

 No.1889

>>1888
Blue. No, greeeEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

 No.1890

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Maybe I'll start a blog. Do people still write blogs?

 No.1891

>>1890
Such egocentrism is reserved for the masses. Stick to chans, make a question and then answer it as anonymous

 No.1892

>>1891
No way, I'm not going to samefag.

 No.1893

>>1892
If you must, don't do any of that wordpress or weebly bullshit

 No.1894

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Pretty much everyday I have to drive a good amount, I definitely interview myself and ask myself questions out loud in the car. I hope people think I'm just on the phone. Im scared they see through the façade. Im scared they're watching me or even worse sometimes im convinced they're following me. Judging me. I pretend I have a famous album out or I saved someone or just something random and they want to ask me questions. So I use my big voice my impressive voice.

 No.1901

>>1891
>>1892
I refuse to believe this isn't an ironic samefag.

 No.1902

What's your opinion on cats? [Spoiler]Pretend like the answer matters.[/Spoiler]

 No.1911

>>1902
Cats are nice. As I am allergic to cats, I never got to know any cat closely and I have only a surface understanding of their lives, but sometimes I meet one or two while walking. If feels nice to pet them, when the brush up against your legs or extend their necks trying to reach your palm for the pats. They are cute.

 No.1922

>>1894
Oh shit, I think I've seen you around. You need a haircut.

 No.1924

>>1923
Okay, but why?

 No.1925

>>1924
This guy went around spamming this on various imageboards

 No.1926

>>1925
But he gains nothing or does he get paid for it since I only saw it on relatively small imageboards.

 No.1936

I get caught up in having 2-3 hour long conversations with myself almost on a daily basis.

 No.3015

>>3014
has never happened at all, I don't feel catched

 No.3073

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 No.3075

>>3073
>neuroscientists say…
lol, needed to vaguely cite what neuroscientists say to explain what buddhists have been saying for hundreds of years.

 No.3216

>>3075
To be fair to him, in one of his books he does say that neuroscientists have proven the ancients right.

 No.3221

>>3073
holly shit, being an auts finally paid off
i exist more than other people, feelsgoodman

 No.3231

>>1845
I do this as well with sometimes imagining as if I'm on some talk show and I freak out the audience and viewers at home with shocking opinions I have.

 No.3237

>>1845
>>3231
It is an important part of learning. When you think about something or have just had some kind of conclusion it is extremely helpful to tell it someone. So if there is nobody who gives a fuck about it or you just don't actually want to tell it to somebody, you'll just imagine the persons.
I do that all the time when I am reading books that teach me something new. I read 20 minutes, I walk in my appartment for 10minutes telling the conclusions to some friends who I haven't seen in months to years. Nothing wrong with that, it's probably just the approach of people who have less social contacts.

 No.3248

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>>3237
Do you mean that actually actually call people up, who you haven't seen for years, just to tell them about some trivia that you have read in a book?

 No.3261

>>3248
No I mean I tell it to imaginary friends (that actually exist). So I don't tell them, but it's no difference for my brain. It's just different for them, as the conversation has not happened outside of my reality. But if something makes me think of somebody I usually call them to tell them, even though I haven't seen them in months. But that doesn't happen too often.

 No.3262

>Sometimes I daydream about people asking my opinion on various subjects
This can be a useful technique for writing. I saw an author give a lecture and when asked about any writing techniques he used, he mentioned that he would imagine explaining the concepts discussed to family and friends, like he was sitting at a full table during a holiday dinner and the reactions to what was proposed came very naturally. How would I explain this to my young niece? What would that one crazy uncle's reaction be to such a conversation? How would mom and dad argue over this piece of information? What would my grandfather say in that situation? What comic relief might that one bratty cousin provide? An entire book where the writing prompts for conversation and discussion was imagining bringing up technical topics that don't usually get brought up during a large family dinner.

 No.3263

>>3261
I try to avoid doing it with people that I actually know because I don't trust my memory to be able to tell real from imagined apart.

>>3262
I've been thinking about writing an interview with myself but it feels excessively narcissistic.

 No.3267

>>3263
Maybe interview yourself and then use that as material for dialogue between fictional characters then? No one would have to know.



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