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Old 05-31-2005, 10:14 AM
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Default Re: eating, training, and menstruation

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I understand different personalities and such. Its strange. Once I get to know a person I'm like a mind reader.

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Sweet someone else out there has this gift [img]/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] My friends always hassle me about because after years of being the shy person i can read people's body language better than they can themselves. I've been known to answer FOR people because i know exactly what they are thinking and haven't been wrong yet. Has come in handy quite a few times when i know someone is uncomfortable or even who likes who so i can be the one to introduce them to each other (2 of my friends are dating someone i set them up with for almost a year now). Usually when i ask a question i subconciously listen/watch someone's reaction (tone, movement of eyes, ect..) more than i listen to the actual answer. It makes life much more interesting to say the least [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img].

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But back to sharing personal lives. Me personally I have a complex too. I have to be perfect at everything. People tell me all the time you can't be amazing at everything. But my gift is I am generally good at everything, like you said about totally lacking somewhere else. I really don't lack anywhere I just do well at everything, and THAT is were I excel, as abstract as that sounds. I can be social and make friends with anyone, I can sit in my room and write moving music, I can play a sport for a week and be able to handle myself, it's just what I do. And I just absorb stuff, people my age don't like it though, like who really cares that they found quark Gluon plasma? Or that they only made it last 200 trillionths of a second? Apparently not people my age. And funny enough I only care about that because it supports creationism, try and get people interested in THAT...haha, did'nt think so.


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Talk about high self esteem X [img]/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]. Dude we totally need to meet up, i have a friend who is exactly like you but hates to work out, you are like the advanced version of him haha [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img].
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