I feel more anxiety like you were when i have to speak English (and i am studying English language teaching, that makes it worser). And I don’t feel like i can be relax and have fun like other people. I was not like that in the past but i’ve become worser over time. Id like to hear what you say thank you
For me with English-speaking cultures at least, it seems so, so, so blunt (I am from Japan to contrast). People say "no!" or even "hell no!" and not even consider it rude. In my culture, it is considered so rude to reject people like that. You tell them something nice like, "Maybe" or "I'll think about it", but people understand it means "no". So the English-speaking way for me way to embrace my crude side. I found it so much easier when I just unleashed myself, almost like talking without thinking... "Hellz yeah, I fucking love pizza!" "Hell naw, I don't wanna do that." Big action -- big body language -- big voice. And at least with Americans and Brits, they got quite a sense of humor. So you learn what is funny watching stand-ups and such and you get a sense of how to navigate their world.
Funny... “chucklefucks”. Heh heh been.
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@Hydrogen u think I should be offended by a worm like u? lol
Lol my bad not even a worm... You're like the things that gets under the shoes
Just kidding? U sound like the ultimate cuck
@Hydrogen what a fuckin loser dying for my attention... Fuckin cuck
@Hydrogen oh u stalk me too? You are that hungry for my attention you European cuck? You're the gayest thing I've ever seen lmao
@Hydrogen lol what a loser
@Hydrogen keep going loser 😂
@Hydrogen loser 🤣
@Hydrogen keep going clown you're quite entertaining 🤣🤣
wtf you guys talking
@asker...Sorry we have a clown
@asker... It's up to you from now... Do whatever you want with this clown.. He got boring so fast