Does anybody else talk to themselves extensively? I only do it when I'm alone, but I'm pretty sure my flatmates can overhear me talk when I'm in my room.
Even worse that I talk to myself in english, while it's not even my native language.
I'm mighty sure it's a habit I picked up from the video games
I do it mostly in my head but mouth the words
Doing it in stores gets people to stay away from me, that's nice.
I was half expecting for this thread to have multiple replies but only one poster. But not only do I talk to myself, I have conversations with other people in my head. It gets to the point where I don't know if I said anything at all.
I have full fleshed out conversation on things that interest me
I am my best friend
Being alone is completely different from being lonely
I feel you anon
Sometime before I finished highschool, I learned to suppress vocalizing my thoughts reflexively.
In my head I talk to myself, enact scenes from movies, or situations I made up... that sort of thing
I do it all the time, even when people are around
>I picked it up from anime
If I struggle/do anything at all I'll get the stupid hero monolouge going like (if I were to try opening a door that wouldn't bust) "So you think you're better than me, huh? That it, punk?"
it's pretty bad, isn't it?
i also mumble phrases in japanese
>I'm mighty sure it's a habit I picked up from the video games
>swiveling your trunk and looking over your shoulders repeatedly
>thinking, sometimes uttering a general idea of what you're actually doing at the very moment.
realizing you like to replicate idle animations when you're bored.
Same here, I strongly suggest going to the military and just trying to brute force that robot into socially semi skilled person. Strangely enough i think i had better results in my work life before the army. Apparently conversations with oneself have suprisingly good results for a job that requires creative talent.