June 28, 2009

While I don’t necessarily dislike silence, I strongly prefer non-silence. And while I don’t absolutely need to talk all the time, I strongly dislike silence when I think there should be conversation. This is probably why I hate people who can’t hold up their end of the conversation. It results in me needing to fill the gaps.

Of course, filling in the gaps means I need something to say. Most of the time, because I don’t really have anything important things to say, I’ll end up talking about anything that comes to mind. My strategy tends to be to jump from topic to topic until I hit something that you’ll also talk about. Unfortunately, this results in very random and disjointed conversation. Overall, it’s a good amount of effort to always have something to say.


One comment

  1. I agree wholeheartedly.

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