>professor splits us into groups
>some girl from the group says "OMG anon I think this is the first time we've ever talked thanks to this assignment, you are always so distant"
>we've been taking the same classes for 3 years
>bitch never said hi to me
>somehow it's my fault
why are normies so entitled?
Rather ask why are you so retarded.
Nobody feels like speaking to somebody "distant" even if they want to. She was relieved because she knew you were forced to talk.
...that's a different story
Guess not all of us can become normies, eh?
>be in school for mechanical engineering
>beginning of the year
>teacher checks if everyone is here
>few new faces
>girl says who the hell are all these new people
>sit neighbour tells her its me
>everyone laughs expect me
half of the class probably never new my name
i dont even know why she said it like that but the girl who sits next to her showed her that its me and that we are going in the same class for 3 years
after that everyone thought i was weird because of her
it's because you always seem nervous
if a nervous person tries to engage or avoid others it's gonna be off putting either way
you have to be in a good mood for it to work
how to be in a good mood. I have no idea how to help you there. I'm taking benzos and antipsychotics to help me
They can tell that you're socially anxious or uncomfortable but because these subjects are taboo and have a stigma they aren't going to call you out on them. It's like rather than saying to someone "you're fat" you say something like "that looks like a hearty meal!" to be less abrasive. This is the roundabout conversational tone people have when they don't want to be mean, but have a grievance with another person. It's passive-aggression. Something about your reticence probably reminded her of something in herself that she dislikes; maybe her superficial way of socializing? Who knows.
The other possibility is that she is a narcissist, who sees this as an opportunity to "save" you from your reclusive life, and be the hero in her own personal narrative for a meek little anon that couldn't get himself to be a participant in life. Hence this strange "you are always so distant" remark.
This tbf (to be frank), family.
Its rarely passive aggressiveness. You guys can just only handle bantz when its presented to you VIA text on a Filipino Knitting board.
>professor splits us into groups
Is this how it works in 'merica?
I wonder what it must be like to be so idiotic and small-brained that a post with basic concepts written in simple english is considered "intellectual" enough to be put down with buzzwords and reductive, repressive bullshit ideology.
>do air conditioning class
>get split in group for rest of semester based on our majors
>get group with 2 ESL mexicans who don't take the work seriously at all and a 50 year old fat white lady who smells like cig smoke
it was pretty terrible
Many professors here have no brains so they make students talk to each other to kill time that they would rather not be spending regurgitating bullshit and forcing themselves to orate.
>jeez anon, why are so talkative out of the blue?
>you dont talk
>anon you look arrogant
Speaking of people with savior complexes, the other day I was trying to read up on it. The normalfag consensus is that you shouldn't try to help people who don't want to be saved, sometimes you need to do things for yourself, etc.
Not once do they associate their savior complex with their own narcissism. It's kind of funny. Some of them even shit talk people who "don't want help" and call them narcissists.
Story of my life anon, I'm currently 24 and it seems to be not a big deal anymore I go to Uni and work part time and no one questions my quietness anymore and as far as trying to talk to people I gave that up long ago in highschool so its pretty chill now familia.
Just shit people do. Everyone acts in a way to preserve ego.
I think once you realize this, it can make you more empathetic. But if you can't muster the empathy, you just get bitter as shit.
Yeah so is mine, the point is no rational person should say that shit to you if they don't want to get knocked the fuck out.
>"Hey that guy looks like he might be a violent asshole"
>"Let's call him out on it! That won't go horribly wrong!"
They're not trying to kill time, they're trying to reinforce social skills among the class. As an introvert, I actually like that they do that. Gives me a chance to talk to/meet people in the class that I otherwise wouldn't have.