Could you call me? We’ll be happier.

I spend a lot of time talking to the Internet People. I have mentioned this before, but I will bring up my love for the Internet People again. I enjoy them and I use many diverse ways so that I can converse with as many as possible. Twitter, Email, IMs, I’ll let Internet People text me, I’ve even met a couple of them.

I really like meeting the Internet People. It’s probably a bad idea, but I do it anyways. It’s only happened a handful of times though. Like 5 times.

Most of the time I am just conversing with the majority of the time I am conversing with them through textual mediums. We will send messages or do Morse code. It’s fun.
But after a few weeks of this, I always want the Internet People to call me at lease once. Just once. There are a few reasons that I deem it so necessary to call after we have conversed for a few weeks. I shall elaborate.

The first reason it is important to call an Internet Person after a few weeks or even months of consistent or semi-consistent chatting it to prove you are a real person. The Internet People are very suspicious creatures. The majority of them have been tricked before and are very hesitant to believe in the validity of an outsider. Thus it is up to me to prove that I am an actual living person and not a robot.
Robots happen.

Mostly I like to chat with an Internet Person at least once because I have found that a lot of Internet People do not know how to understand the things I say to them until after they have heard my voice and interpret the way I talk.

When I realize this, I feel a sudden obligation to make a voice post on here, but every time I attempt to do this, I feel slightly embarrassed about what I am saying and I end up stopping my voice recordings and moving on. Back to the safety of a text post.

I don’t really know where I was going with this post. I possibly just wanted to say that I was considering making a voice post in case I ever actually do make a voice post. Like a warning. Good.

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