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11-07-2011 @ 10:41AM
Just thought I'd throw this out there since I probably seem like one of those people that never makes a decision.While I'm sure there are a lot of people that are just trying to be courteous or are afraid of making a choice (decisions are scary!), there are people like me who actually are just really happy with doing almost anything you suggest. Why? Cause we like doing all those things. If you weren't picking what to do, we'd be flipping a coin or rolling a die. Chaos works for us because we're easy to please and end up happy doing whatever it is we ended up doing.. as long as it's on our very large list of things we like doing. Because believe me, that list isn't "everything", it just might seem that way because you've never suggested doing something we don't want to do. Suggest doing arena and even tho I agree to almost anything else, I'll promptly tell you to f yourself and I won't sugar coat it either, that'll be my exact wording.So, let your guilt go. If it looks like this is the sort of person you're dealing with, understand that you can stop feeling guilty because it's fine. If you don't make a choice, I promise that the choice they make will be a completely random decision or even literally a coin flip in the background. :P It's a good idea to check if someone is just insecure, but afterwards if it looks like they aren't, don't waste this great opportunity of flexibility.
11-07-2011 @ 1:37PM
^This. I have a super awesome friend who loves to watch me play WoW. She doesn't like to play, she doesn't understand what's happening, but no matter what I'm doing, even if I'm just flying around Org, she's interested and having fun. It took a while for her to get me to understand that, but once I do, we have a lot more fun. She's why I enjoy the Harrison Jones part of Uldum- we had so much fun mocking Commander Schnottz and his "NINE! NINE! NINE!". The lesson: your friend may just enjoy going along with what you're doing. Just go with the flow, and make sure you're paying attention to what they might want to do- don't quit doing something just because you're bored, because they might still be having fun.
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