Do you think those who are not into drama are fake?

United States
August 18, 2011 5:59am CST
It struck me from reality shows. I noticed that in their online forums, the users always bash the participants who stay polite and avoid dramas. Many think those are blunt are being real. But after these reality shows end, we come to know that the drama makers usually are the fake ones. Even in real life, I saw that some people don't like those who stay quiet and polite. They say that they are being fake. But the truth is that this kind of comment is made usually behind the scene. Now do you think such polite people are really fake?
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@koperty3 (1877)
18 Aug 11
I don't think so being polite and staying away from dramas is the sign of being fake. I think this is not in their nature to be involve with noise arguments. I think more fake are people who are involve in such situations in reality shows. They want to be remembered and the best way to do so is being involve with spectacular arguments or being involve with a scandal.
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• United States
19 Aug 11
I know exactly what you mean. Some people are not programmed to withstand drama. So they run away from it. I study astrology and I found out from it that some people just have to make a drama out of most things. Otherwise, they get bored. They just can't live without it. As for reality shows, I totally agree with you that those drama maker participants have hidden agenda. They know that their drama on national channels will make them the talk of the country. Of course, this sometimes helps them in their career. Many at the end get to really work for other tv shows.
@urbandekay (18312)
18 Aug 11
Some are some aren't but all drama queens are bogus all the best urban
• United States
19 Aug 11
Do you not lose your respect for them? I just can't take them seriously.
@urbandekay (18312)
19 Aug 11
I lose all respect except that respect that is due to any human person all the best urban
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
Being polite is a way of life. No matter what your situation is or what environment you got exposed on, if you have been raised polite, you will always be polite. If you have this type of upbringing, you won't care what people will say about you as long as you know that what you're doing is the right one, you'll just continue with it. I know these types of people and I am glad to be one of their friends.
• United States
19 Aug 11
I totally agree with you. But I feel sometimes too much politeness can also be harmful. Your description fits my boyfriend well. He was taught from the very beginning by his parents to avoid drama. His younger brother was taught the same thing, but he turned out to be the drama maker. Now he argues with my boyfriend a lot and even gives him bad threats of vandalizing. Unfortunately, my boyfriend cannot speak against him and often have to agree to his wishes.
@scjbxz (139)
• United States
18 Aug 11
I disagree with that. I think those who stay out of drama and remain polite and whatnot just realize that there is not point in worrying and obsessing over recent dramas, especially if it doesn't concern you. Plus, they may just have that personality that is always positive, and never has the need to start any drama in the first place. I personally believe that those who continuously start drama are the fake ones. I'm not saying that anyone that is involved in a drama is fake, just those who constantly start news and gossip about themselves or someone else.
• United States
19 Aug 11
I will agree with you. If someone is continuously being dramatic it can be taken as fake. I know there are people like that. And in my experience, their main reason to constantly give rise to drama is to hurt the other party. That just is annoying.
@Kojigirl (188)
18 Aug 11
I agree with you. Society is becoming pre-programmed to think that the over the top divas are what constitutes how we should all be. But if you look back a couple of generations, those people would have been marginalized and ignored as being embarrassments. I must be showing my age, but I still find them to be embarrassments, and I'm living in England and seeing the population becoming more and more like the American divas. It's not pretty. The desire to be the center of attention is sad, but when the majority of the population seems to think this aberrant behavior is normal and acceptable, that's even worse.
• United States
19 Aug 11
Well, most of the Americans do have English blood. But the main problem is the media. According to it, the rebels must be given more attention. The camera is always on them because whatever they do is juicy. People just seem to be conditioned to believe whatever the media shows.
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
I don't think that getting out of a possible fight or unpleasant encounter are fake people. There are people who do mind their own business and hate to get mixed to these situations becuase they know better than to start a meaningless fight that will lead to bad vibrations in an isolated space. I think people who create drama are either feel threatened or just faking it for the cameras. Reality shows are notorious in this respect since people won't watch these shows and the shows won't sell if the video content has no tension or drama in it. It's basically what makes people interested and watch more to await what happeend to the drama between two characters/people. Personally, I like the quiet ones and the underdogs. They have the suspense card and know to give a good surprise out of nowhere. Forget the drama, personally, it's overrated.
• United States
19 Aug 11
I know. It seems that reality shows without dramas are usually avoided by people. In fact, many productions try to go for candidates who have a bad temper.I am not much into reality shows. But these days a lot about the drama queen participants is heard from random people. Forums in general are where it is easily to find the fans.
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
18 Aug 11
i think people who avoid dramas are not fake, they just can control their emotion better than people who love dramas.
• United States
19 Aug 11
I know a few who control their emotions, but that is usually in front of the drama makers. Once out of sight, they express how much they have felt hurt. Others just let it go. Either way, I feel that they suffer a lot for not being able to handle dramas well. Some of them just can't raise their voice.
@Rosa26 (2620)
• United States
6 Sep 11
Benito Juarez a Mexican President of Mexico 1867 and 1871 who resisted the Frech occupation,overthrew the Empire, restored the Republic of Mexico said "Among individuals, as among nations respect for the rights of others is peace". And I think if each other respect the feelings and way of think and live the life of the others we would have peace. I am a peaceful person. My husband love to watch a reality TV show called "basketball wives" those women always get in to argument and fights just because they don't respect or tolerate the way of how the others live their life. Some days ago they fought because one likes to buy the most expensive shoes that she sees, and other got angry because for her she was an materialistic person, but I think is her money so she can do whatever she wants with her money.