What things can a person do to make you stop communicating with them?

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    Oct 02, 2011 7:42 PM GMT
    I was just wondering what your limits are as far as what you are willing to put up with in other people. Please share!
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:07 PM GMT
    Gossip. I love a good scandal but I cannot stand to be around someone who talks about other people all the time. There are greater things happening in the world.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:07 PM GMT
    Probably disrespect.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:08 PM GMT
    wpbnole saidGossip. I love a good scandal but I cannot stand to be around someone who talks about other people all the time. There are greater things happening in the world.
    Now would it be bad if someone just liked to talk about other people in a good way or just, no matter what, gossip will make you stop talking to them?
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:08 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidProbably disrespect.
    Yeah, I would say that is a really big one for me, as well. There's just no reason for it.
  • davidnta

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    Oct 02, 2011 8:09 PM GMT
    Someone trying to be witty, but goes too far with it.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:11 PM GMT
    Drugs. Lie. Gossip/talk behind back. Creating drama.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:11 PM GMT
    There is probably no one single thing. It would probably be more like a series of problems. At a certain point, it becomes more trouble than it's worth. It takes A LOT to make me stop communicating with someone. On the other hand, I've had people online stop communicating with me after a simple exchange of hi's.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:12 PM GMT
    Soulasphyxi said
    wpbnole saidGossip. I love a good scandal but I cannot stand to be around someone who talks about other people all the time. There are greater things happening in the world.
    Now would it be bad if someone just liked to talk about other people in a good way or just, no matter what, gossip will make you stop talking to them?

    Well talking about someone positively isn't so bad. But again if it gets to the point where you're praising someone beyond what's due it just seems weird. I'll grant more leeway with that though.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:16 PM GMT
    Arrogance
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:19 PM GMT
    davidnta saidSomeone trying to be witty, but goes too far with it.


    that would be meicon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:23 PM GMT
    flakes, liars, assholes, jerk-offs, etc
  • masculumpedes

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    Oct 02, 2011 8:30 PM GMT
    dragondevil said


    Unrequited Love



    If I'm romantically interested, then this.....if it's only friendship, then direct rudeness and disrespect. icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:48 PM GMT
    Shitting on others and expecting the rest of the world to treat them with respect.

    True story: a local woman whose mother I am friends with seriously abuses her mom. Mother liked to have me and my hubby over for holidays, along with "Susi". Susi was always nice in our presence but a total cunt whenever we left. We had an intervention with mom, saying we can't visit your place if Susi is there.

    Susi got wind of it and insisted on an explanation. When offered, she had the gall to say, "You're disrespecting me!" Yes you fucking alcohol-, money-, electricity-, workmen's-comp-, painkiller-stealing cunt, I'm disrespecting you. Or maybe the correct term is unrespecting, since disrespect must be something you show for someone who actually deserves it.

    That kind of thing, you know, is an instant blacklister.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:51 PM GMT
    Stand me up and telling me you're sorry like 10 hours later.
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    Oct 02, 2011 8:51 PM GMT
    As soon as someone becomes a member of the "All About Me" brigade, I'm usually done.
  • Crocodile

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    Oct 02, 2011 9:01 PM GMT
    Lying constanlly and being nasty.
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:01 PM GMT
    Rudeness. Disrespect. Self-centered. Self-absorbed. Not caring about you.
  • daveindenver

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    Oct 02, 2011 9:10 PM GMT
    Calling me gurl or honey = instant boot to the head and deletion of all contact.
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:14 PM GMT
    mickeytopogigio said Or maybe the correct term is unrespecting, since disrespect must be something you show for someone who actually deserves it.

    And there is the root of it!
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:14 PM GMT
    I have a former co-worker (and somewhat friend) who is sadly dealing with the development of some serious clinical depression and other more profound mental illness. She's been unemployed for nearly two years now and she's beginning to lose her last grip on sanity. It's a very unfortunate and sad situation.

    Part of her mental illness manifests itself as paranoia and irrationality. She's now prone to making very irrational, vitriolic, and out-of-nowhere personal attacks and disparagements that she posts on Facebook. The littlest things, the most innocuous comments seem to be misinterpreted and is capable of triggering the most hateful personal attack.

    Because of this, I've avoided any kind of online interaction with her for the past several months, although we still text once in a while.

    I try to be a good friend and be supportive of my friends no matter what. I understand her condition is a physiological one. But I've been the target of her irrational attacks and I called her out on it. But I'm not going to put myself in a position to be a target again and that necessarily means no more online communication with her.
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:19 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidProbably disrespect.


    That is always it.. that and just plain hatefulness.. also non-consideration or lack of caring
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:27 PM GMT
    it's over once they do this while I am trying to talk to them:

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    and then I am like you're funny but stop, but they go

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    and then I am like, hey cut it out, but they are still like

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    thats when I just walk away. ugh, girls at the club i tell you.
  • Dxyankee

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    Oct 02, 2011 9:38 PM GMT
    It has to depend on the person. Once they start talking crazy, they need to go elsewhere.
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:40 PM GMT
    Random people I just meet being "weird"
    Friend's betrayal
    A guy who I'm interested in disrespect
    Family members putting up with years of shit