About me: The world is too big, corrupt, and full of surprises. I enjoy observing it and want to DeToxiCate it with my thoughts.
Right now, I just finished college and after reading the book “Tipping Point,” I feel like I’m a connector but I’m not that socially powerful so I consider myself the “subordinate connector.” So why do I describe myself like this?
Throughout my whole life, I’ve played games and chatted on the internet but I don’t consider myself the type that gets stuck on the computer the whole time. (Please don’t do that, that’s unhealthy and just not good for you.) As I went through late high school and college, I went out a lot more and feel pretty comfortable socially. But even in high school and even now, you know how there’s that circle of friends. I’m not in any of those circles, I’m in between and I’m almost never invited to those circles. Thus, subordinate connector is what I consider myself thanks to the Tipping Point.
Irrelevant bs note: Is that bad? It’s a little depressing, yeah but I find my way to get through it. You know how people say they are bored. I used to say that when I was in high school just playing games. Now that I’m aware of a lot of things I can do, life can never be boring. It can be fucking tiring and make you sleepy but not boring, never boring.
Anyways, I talk to friends a lot and feel comfortable with most people in all those circles. But personally, they don’t convey too much of their own stuff to me but I can tell sometimes, with small little references to the other friends, that socially awkward feeling towards my other friends and etc. Yet, I feel pretty comfortable with most of them. And it’s funny, I think all of them think I’m the awkward one. Yup…subordinate connector. Wonder if that will make sense to anyone.