Irritating when people start a convo with "hi" - Forums - You mad?
Celine_xo, Brisbane, 19 - total posts: 8
Lmao isnt it the most annoying thing when people start a conversation with "hi" or "hello" then they go to say "how are u" haha like bruh how u want me to reply "yeah its going great just took a sht" - Modified on:  Dec 6 2018
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TheRedJoker, Greenock, 20 - total posts: 2,159
Originally posted by : Hayden656
So how do u start a convo nowadays ? Like ," hey sexy lady , be me friend " or u start with "bye" and then you go backwards ?
 


You start it by not sounding like a broken robot. Reason why people don't get replies back.
- Dec 6 2018
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TheRedJoker, Greenock, 20 - total posts: 2,159
You'd go outside and actually say more than just a "hi

From experience.

I'll message somebody and simply say hi. 1 out 10 I'll get a reply.

I message somebody a hi, and follow up(in same message) tell them how I found them, state my intention or reason for messaging them or bring something up that I saw on there bio. Something bloody creative.

It's boring as hell when somebody just says hi. It gives me two ideas of what they are like

1, they don't help carry a convo, and most likely will only reply with short words.

2, they want to be sexual.

Both for me will make me say to them "*** off"

Better for the two people involved to part ways. Just wasting time as the convo will most likely die. - Modified on:  Dec 6 2018
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hecking birb, Stockton, 17 - total posts: 34
"Hi" is certainly a boring way to start a conversation, but the real problem arises when they can't follow it up with something of substance. - Dec 7 2018
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Persephone-, Pittsburgh, 21 - total posts: 39
So by greeting you as a new person should, you believe they shouldn't get a reply? If someone approaches you in person and greet you that way, do you think they deserve the same response?

How is "hey, how are you?" or "hey, what's up?" not an appropriate way to greet somebody?

Women nowadays are triggered by everything. They seriously expect men to meet their expectations before they've even given them a chance. So how should girls start a conversation? - Modified on:  Dec 30 2018
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hecking birb, Stockton, 17 - total posts: 34
It might actually just be a matter of how many guys message the same girl, since that can easily stigmatize the same "hi" greeting given every time. Gotta stand out amongst all the dweebs. - Dec 30 2018
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