Seriously? I don't think I've ever heard of one person being able to shut people down just by how bitchy they can be. I was thinking of making a little spoof of her oc in the Clearing the Sm0ke comic, but I feel like it'd be a waste of time. I'm still thinking of just continuing it just to finish it for good. I hate leaving projects unfinished.
See it with your own eyes if you don't believe me, guy/girl thought about stopping because he/she "just alienated one of the people he/she cared about the most because of that blog". And then Annie started calling him/her an asshole and stuff like that, and then I cried (?) Looks like the blog will continue after all though.
I've never seen anyone try to make fun of her or her stuff, I don't know if she would act as if she didn't even saw/cared about the thing or gather a mob and attempt to burn you to death in a pyre of hatred.
Finishing proyects requires some good self-dizapline.
Yeah I just looked at the blog and saw he/she would continue. That is quite annoying though that she acts that way towards people who actually care about her. I didn't even want to remove her or block her because I cared, but she gave me no choice. I don't even know if she saw me as a true friend and I can say the same for the others because (in my experience) her views are more important than others and God forbid that someone disagrees. Speaking of which does she still have that one spineless bf of hers? I don't know how he could stand that crap, but he's doing better than anyone else could especially me who has a high tolerance to most people >.>.
Yeah, she probably will act like she doesn't care or it doesn't bother her just like any kind of negative attention toward her or anything that she sees as an attack toward her. Who really supports her enough to bring down hell on me? I've got people that have known her in the past that could shed the light on who they support. Only mindless drones would be on her side.
Yeah, I just felt like it might not have been accomplishing anything. It was setting my comic back and not many people really like the blog, but I guess I shouldn't let that stop me. I should just do what I enjoy ^^.
I don't know much about her personal life, I just joke around her blog (I'm trying to stop meddling in people's bussiness), but I DID hear something about her having a bf, I thought she was a lesbian, it seems like everyone is gay for that guy, and, in her case, straight (?)
She got with him a week before our incident. She told me she can date anyone romantically but not sexually so she's sexually a lesbian. In my experience if people are desperate enough they can change their orientation, but to be fair I think everyone is born bisexual it just needs a bit of loneliness to motivate it.
Either way the guy can do better, I've help a person recently who met his perfect mate and if you knew him you'd think he'd never get a date. Who knows maybe Annie is the perfect one for the guy, she's controlling and he doesn't question. Bread and butter.
Hmmm... Separating sex from romance can result very troublesome in so many ways.
In my experience lonely people (That don't want to be lonely) tend to treat everyone like a potential partner or as if the other person were romantically interested in them (That causes making friends SO much difficult for them!)
I think Annie doesn't really want to be how she is right now, I mean, if she were able to see what's wrong with what she does, she wouldn't approve it. Like when you look at the stuff you used to do 2 years ago and feel embarrassed of yourself, you are the same guy but wiser. Now this may sound counter intuitive since she's older than us and people that just "never learns" exist, but I dunno, her own point of view repudiates some of the things she does right now, it doesn't look like something that will remain there forever.
That is also very true which can also raise desperation when they are rejected constantly.
Last I check she did say she wanted to be a better person and I tried helping her with that. I never told her I would directly, I would just try to correct her on something and show her where she was wrong. Other than that I was just trying to get her to do something with her life even if it's simple drawing. Was successful for a while, but seems like she has regressed since then. Anyway when I tried correcting her she would always blame someone else which is a major problem for a person to change. If you cant/refuse to see the errors of your ways how will you change?
That could be possible, but that depends on what she sees as justified in her eyes. I doubt she'll ever get over our conflict sense she thinks she's being a societal hero and doesn't want to associate with anyone who disagrees. I sure hope by some chance she opens her eyes and looks into the mirror, but when it does its going to hit her like a ton of bricks.