Granted, human beings don't exactly have the best resume for likability. Between all of the murders, thefts, genocides, homocides, imprisonments, mass shootings, and torture, etc., we aren't exactly scoring points, and we're SO BAD that we even made a deity so angry that he decided that ETERNAL PUNISHMENT was the just penalty for our rebellion.
(this is a general statement about the nature of humanity and is not meant to imply that anyone on the forums has committed any of the atrocities listed - most if not all of us have been saved from that by Christ's death on the cross) However, given that we have been saved from that (or can be) we can ditch our previous resume and become likable. Unfortunately, that process does not happen overnight and for many it is difficult to imagine liking someone they previously disliked.
Until we all end up on the internet, that is. I think I've met at least 4 online...
Secretly in the darkest of nights, Xonos Darkgate would really like a real friend, but in his arrogance, he is ashamed to admit it.
(and yes, that is a joke)
I have no real reason to think you are purposely lying to me, but somehow I see a discongruency between your actions and your words that strikes me as interesting. You say you don't take time for bonding and it's all public image, but where did those 7 posts of compliments come from? The compliment you paid me seemed to be quite forward for someone who claims to be uninterested in friendship. Ok, maybe that's a bit too forward for me, but as an INTJ logical empiricist it doesn't add up.
According to others my most annoying quality is that I can be psychologically eviscerating and trigger people's fear of vulnerability which can cause them to react in uncomfortable and sometimes even violent ways. I don't intentionally try to cause that, but I'm working on trying not to constantly irritate such people all the time - but for the most part they still get mad anyway. I apologize in advance if any part of this post makes you angry, as that was not my intent. I still have much to work on there, heh.