ooup! see. There we go. You were correct. Now you're happy I didn't spaz about it, right?
I would like to embrace the moments with others than have it to myself, smithtism. I mean... it's kind of what I said above, y'know. also i am like a nine year old when it comes to this subject. not kidding.
Like I said I don't really care what you do or don't spaz about since it's ultimately your choice (not to mention it'd be hypocritical of me to say I do care since I do what I just said myself), though you seem to have a preference for not spazzing alone, soooo. (Now if I played more Symphonia or picked the OVAs back up lazy sob or even started the manga I might join you o3o)
You don't need to know much about Symphonia to at least acknowledge it rather than just pretending I said nothing. I try my best to acknowledge your spazzing whenever you spaz about something I don't know much about (in this case, Fairy Tail). Go take lessons from Niinii or something; it doesn't matter what I'm spazzing about to him, because he always finds a way to join in somehow. Maybe it's because it's on MSN and thus a one-on-one conversations, but hell... you and I have one-on-one conversations here all the time.
I would like to embrace the moments with others than have it to myself, smithtism. I mean... it's kind of what I said above, y'know.
I'm well aware of how you feel. I'm just saying that other people don't know, and they keep quiet because they don't know how you'll react. Some people get pretty hot-blooded when it comes to gaming and that ruins it for others. It's all about perspective, and that's why I refuse to voice chat in TF2 *well that, and the fact that I'm super timid*.
Ahhh, but in lies the point. I'm not talking about spazzing around people I don't know. I'm talking about spazzing here, in which the people know me quite well. I'm pretty sure that calls for a different concept, wouldn't you agree. You would more likely spaz when you're with a group of friends than strangers, per se, and you would expect more of a reaction from friends because they know how you are. But if you've spaz among your friends and they have said nothing, then you don't say anything else, because what's the point.
Least, it's what I've gotten from experience. Perhaps your experience when it comes to friends is different, but I say true friends are those who at least acknowledge what their friend is talking about, even if it's a 'wtf are you talking about' face (though I don't usually talk about my fandoms to my friends who aren't really even anime fans, haha!)
Sometimes I just get a 'lol tara' or a 'mhm', and while that gives me the 'oh lol they don't care' feeling, at least they acknowledged it. This isn't about what they really say or their opinion. It's acknowledging it. You can acknowledge something without really voicing an opinion.
Ahh, got nothing else to say without sounding egocentric. In fact, it seems pretty much all my posts here nowadays are egocentric. I'd say that I should stay away from here for a bit, but then I'd just come back anyhow.