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How much does your online writing style convey about your personality?

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  1. Gaze

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    How much does your online writing style convey about your personality?


    What impression do you think is formed by others because of your online writing style?


    Do you think it's a misrepresentation of the self to write in a style which doesn't reflect an "authentic" self?
     
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    If I had an 'authentic self' I would write with it.

    However, I am fluid; the only constant is change.

    I convey what is actually on my mind at the time, it's just that my mind doesn't necessarily stay consistent. I have no idea what impression my writing style gives. DimensionX once told me that my writing style is sometimes very confident on the forums, that was the last impression I thought I would give off!
     
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    You tell me. :p
     
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    Mine is me.
     
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