God you're a damned idiot. Way to prove my point about your character, by ONLY MAKING THE THREAD TO ANTAGONIZE ME.
But just because...
Wow, seems a lot of people like to jump on my threads with stuff.
Brightheart: Thanks for the supportive nature. I'll take it from here.
Pyron: Like I said, I'm not one to judge. I don't know why nearly everytime I see you comment on a thread, it's fuel for some kind of flame war.
Because every single one of your posts that I have seen show just how retarded you are.
Pyron likes to think that somehow, my posts have given him perfect insight into my being. With the exception of my initial post on these boards this year, my only purpose in posting my threads is to gain a better understanding of my fellow con goers. I want to know what other people's experiences consist of. And I have no problem posting my own thing. Not boasting. It's like asking a stranger what the most humiliating thing they've done is without sharing your own thing.
Bad assumptions are bad. I don't know anything about you outside of what you have presented to me on these forums, and that is what I reply to you about. Frankly, I don't care what you are like outside of these posts, because I will probably never hang out with you, nor do I have any desire to do so. There's a difference between what is the most humiliating thing someone has done, compared to "what is the nicest thing you've ever done". It's like asking people "what makes you a good person" and having people jump in and go "I AM SUCH A GOOD PERSON BECAUSE I...".
Ridicule my actions if you want. I feel like I did some good then, and just left it at that. And I'm sorry, if you don't feel good about yourself for helping people, then it's your loss.
This just goes to show how poor your reading comprehension skills are. If you "left it at that" you wouldn't have made a thread or a post about it. You seemed to completely ignore everything that explained the logical reasonings as to how what you did wasn't exactly "nice" and not once did I say doing nice things for people doesn't make me feel good. Nor anything even remotely close to that for that matter. I just explained how "doing something nice" isn't that simple as people pass it off as it is.
And as for your idea about "Nicest thing someone did for me", be honest, if I did make a thread like that, you'd probably just say how selfish I am for just bragging about how people like me. ^_^
Oh please. How come it's always YOU GUYS that turn this into a pissing contest. If you presented yourself in a way to show you WERE BRAGGING then I might. But that's based on what you wrote and how you wrote it. The idea is to promote how you're THANKFUL that someone did something really nice for you to help you out.
As for the TOPIC OF THE THREAD OF WHICH YOU DIDN'T EVEN POST ABOUT...
I don't know honestly. Most of the things at cons are usually so miniscule when I think about it compared to actual things people have done for me in my life. Small things, like rides, rooming, letting each other borrow money, paying for food, getting each other hook ups, helping each other out at booths, on panels... oh this time it wasn't limited to a con.
I was going to say, for a con... I'd probably have to say... Ani-Magic 2003. An amazing friend and I just talked to each other. She told me about a part of her life during a strange part of my life, and it was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for me at a con.
In real life, my good friend Ben helped support me through life. Financially he helped me out, we hung out almost constantly and we just grew really close and became really good friends through out it all. Strangely, he barely knew me prior to that and now I can say he's one of my closest friends.