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turtlesplash turtlesplash 41-45, M 21 Answers Dec 30, 2011

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Yes ....the only difference is in real life people can't block me :)

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so you're more like Superman in real life

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its exactly the same.

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i think i do know what you mean Ediez - but exactly? - call me a pedant but i don't think we can be exactly the same on EP as in "real-life" - the simple act of socially existing through writing and reading amplifies certain faculties of being and diminishes others

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Here I am myself; in the flesh I wind up adapting to the person I'm talking to, telling them what they want to hear without quite meaning to. (I'm trying to fix that.)

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none of us is truly the same person with any two different people - we all react to one another like chemicals - i think online it's easier to "be yourself" because we are physically alone and writing is essentially intellectual

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Sounds about right. On the upside, I guess that means I'm not quite as much of a sociopath as I thought. :)

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Yes, I am always me.

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Yes, I even look like my Avatar^^

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Identical

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The same.

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ummm same person

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No, plain and simply no, personality might be magnified online as people say alot more of what they want to but no one would say half the things to people that they would online. People might think they are exactly what they are like in the " real world " but their are differences no matter what people say.<br />
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Is it their real personality online if they can't bring themselves to do it offline ! ?

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i am myself here.

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What you see is what you get.

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Yes.

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Yeah, I'd say so.

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Depends on the time.

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NOTHING LIKE IT!

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I think so.

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