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Does anyone else find themselves mostly going offline in steam to avoid friends you made?
I pretty much only use steam for multiplayer games, and because when I'm online I just chat shit and make jokes, I get into conversations with people quite a lot, and they end up adding me. I'm fine with that, but I'm very particular/impulsive about what I want to play, plus I'm generally antisocial when I'm gaming (I chat shit for myself, other people just seem to listen to it and so that's how we get talking).
So 90% of the time I end up getting these people asking me if I want to play having to turn people down for games simply because I don't really want to play that game at the moment, nothing personal. Only, I feel like I'm being a dick. There are all these ostensibly pleasant gamers, asking me how I'm doing and if I want to play, and all I do is just either ignore them and pretend I'm not there, or just turn them down.
Anyone else get this kind of social pressure with steam? I feel like I'm at a social disadvantage by being pathologically polite, but it's still effort to be like that so instead I just go offline all the time.