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Rather hang out with a kid who stutters than a guy who thinks AlexDecay is a cool username.
Just kidding bro i'd totally share a ice cream cone with ya.
it'd have to be really really bad for me to purposefully not want to be friends with them. otherwise, as long as we share interests or whatnot, i wouldnt mind a little stuttering
I wouldn't have issue with the stuttering, but anyone who wants my friendship doesn't meet my standards.
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My uncle had a stutter, he had a gifted intelligence that apparently operated at a level so quickly that his ability to process speech couldn't keep up. If you could get past his speech he had amazing things to say so it was worth your time to wait. After years of speech therapy he rid himself of it so I'm glad I gave him the chance when I did because that kind of friendship is valuable.
At 30 minutes ago, MasterSwank wrote: It's fucking annoying but there's nothing they can do about it.
At 5 hours ago, AlexDecay wrote: I honestly couldn't be friends with someone who stuttered a lot.
Yes - I'm not that shallow.
The bassist for a band I tried out for has a stutter and he's still an awesome bassist. I only hope that they never call on him to supply backing vocals. Not because of his stutter, but because he can't sing a note.
I stutter. Not terribly, but casually. It sucks. I still have friends who don't care though.
"EXTERMINATE!" -Daleks, Doctor who
At 27 minutes ago, nggangsterpimp wrote: I stutter. Not terribly, but casually. It sucks. I still have friends who don't care though.
Pretty much this.
I used to stutter a lot when I was younger, but some therapy got rid of it.
Still stutter a little bit, but only when I get nervous. You can tell when because I stop talking mid-sentence for a second or two, but nothing serious.
On topic, I dont mind others who stutter as long as I can still understand what they are saying. If you stutter too heavily... well...
At 8 hours ago, AlexDecay wrote: I honestly couldn't be friends with someone who stuttered a lot.
My question is: Do you honestly care?
Does it matter that much to you?
Fuck off you conformist fuck.
At 9 hours ago, AlexDecay wrote: I honestly couldn't be friends with someone who stuttered a lot.
There are certain aspects I hate, and when someone has it, I hate the person as well. So you're not alone.
At 9 hours ago, Gyopi wrote: I've got this friend that has this thing where he clicks down REALLY hard on a mouse when he's not doing anything. Not to the point of psychical strain, but he's broken a few mouses. He can't control it.
and what if there are no rodents nearby?
if we release the gingers we are all in terrible danger
Bill Denbrough had six friends, so that's six people who don't share your views.
Even if they are fictional.
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At 13 hours ago, Squidbit wrote: Yeah. That's a pretty ridiculous standard to have for friendship.
I really hope TS was simply trying to be funny.
If not, to each his own i guess. Anyone with a stutter will happily be not friend with someone who can't stand their stutter anyways.
What's with all of this bullshit about it's not how the person talks? You and I both know that how they sound is a big part of how annoying the person is and how much you want to spend around them. If they talk bro or a wangsta but shared all your other interests and they were smart, that wouldn't make them any less annoying. I don't give a shit if they were born with the stutter, there's only so much you can take
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