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Offline Cindyweibe

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Simple question about our life.
« on: July 26, 2019, 08:46:07 AM »
Hi, a have one question.
What all people doing here?
Why we dont living with real life?

Offline HB

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Re: Simple question about our life.
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2019, 09:47:02 AM »
We might ask you the same question Cindyweibe :)

For me, chatting started in 1995 as a way to escape my depression and anxiety .. since then its become a way of life I think.. However, I do have a real life too and that takes priority at times - but not always :)

Everyone has their own reason but I think most will agree, if this is the only place you can meet with and chat to old friends ... then where else would you want to be?
 
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Offline philip

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Re: Simple question about our life.
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2019, 04:35:29 PM »
Hi Cindyweibe, why do you think that chatting and real life can't go hand in hand?
 
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Offline Hush

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Re: Simple question about our life.
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2019, 05:12:13 PM »
In life, people seek to find fulfillment in having hobbies.
In a world as colorful as ours, those hobbies can be of various nature. Some of us participate in sports, some play instruments or video games. Some people find happiness in watching tv shows or in reading a book. Chatting has been a common way of spending time for quite a while and is just as viable as a hobby as dancing or playing soccer.

ICQ and it's services have been very popular during their prime. I'm still happy some people take the effort to keep those people who miss those days together and offer a plattform like this. I remember asking my friends "When will you be online? Let's play War Sheep!" back when I was a kid. I miss those days and somehow stuck with chatting ever since.

If you for yourself think the way you spend your time makes you happy, then do it. Some of your hobbies may seem weird or boring to other people but that is something not to be concerned about.

You don't seem to understand the wonderful thing about this: these actitivities are a part of life, just like going to work. Be happy you get to spend your time the way you like to. Some people aren't that lucky, even in today's world.
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