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What makes you inferior?
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Posted 10/16/14
The fact that my tastes are superior and I can't match up to their greatness.
Piss people off a lot because of my pride in my tastes, which pleases me.
Can't hold a conversation and scare people off, which pleases me.
Suck at every little thing I want to do, which displeases me.
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I'm really bad with directions, so whenever there's something important I have to arrive hours beforehand to confirm the location. Because of this flaw, I'm terrible at FPS games (well I dislike them anyway), and I've even had to ironically call up for directions to the building for an interview, which made me turn up 30 minutes late. I was also late for my grandparent's funeral (not exactly a funeral, but some kind of memorial ceremony). In my early teens I'd miss out on several social gatherings due to ending up in opposite parts of the city, having to eventually give up and go home. This made people furious the next time they saw me, thinking they were "ditched". I often ask for directions, but they just don't seem to sink in. Thank technology I now have a phone with maps installed.


That is a unique characteristic! Are you one of those people who are better with the words "west" and "east" as opposed to "left" and "right"?
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Nothing, anyway and I should just rise above all depression and despair. Get in touch with my inner strength. What's the point of being Superman strong if you're weak on the inside?
Posted 10/16/14

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applestash wrote:

I'm really bad with directions, so whenever there's something important I have to arrive hours beforehand to confirm the location. Because of this flaw, I'm terrible at FPS games (well I dislike them anyway), and I've even had to ironically call up for directions to the building for an interview, which made me turn up 30 minutes late. I was also late for my grandparent's funeral (not exactly a funeral, but some kind of memorial ceremony). In my early teens I'd miss out on several social gatherings due to ending up in opposite parts of the city, having to eventually give up and go home. This made people furious the next time they saw me, thinking they were "ditched". I often ask for directions, but they just don't seem to sink in. Thank technology I now have a phone with maps installed.


That is a unique characteristic! Are you one of those people who are better with the words "west" and "east" as opposed to "left" and "right"?


Sounds like classic OCD.
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19 / M / Cali
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Had to readjust my avi multiple times until I found the perfect angle. Now I'm completely satisfied with life.
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19 / M / California
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Your skills are inferior
Posted 10/16/14

narutosonic330 wrote:



Had to readjust my avi multiple times until I found the perfect angle. Now I'm completely satisfied with life.


Not you hun, him. I should have quoted him instead and avoided the confusion
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Posted 10/16/14
I'm too sexy for my love my love my love.
Yeah baby
Too sexy for my love
Love's going to leave me
I'm too sexy for my shirt
Too sexy for my shirts
So sexy it hurts
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He has a tendency to constantly seek the darkness in people, just like me. We crave the cold delicate aspects of human beings, like murder and torture. People like us are occasionally called GOTH. People who like blood and guts are different from people who enjoy death cries.[/i
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28 / M / Canada
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Posted 10/16/14
I'm distant; out of touch with the world around me. The type who lives in their own head moreso than they do in reality, which has caused me a fair bit of problems.

People tended to avoid me when I was younger because I gave off a cold sort of vibe (I didn't know then), so I didn't have an overabundance of friends growing up (though I had enough), and because circumstances led to me having a sharp lack of social experience, I developed some social phobias and was cripplingly shy for a very long time.

It's taken me a couple years to try to get myself back on track socially, but I still wouldn't call myself well-adjusted. I still have no idea how to make small talk, or hold up my end of any conversation if it's not related to my interests. Thankfully, I've at least learned to smile while I'm thinking (when I remember to), rather than just always looking perplexed, so I don't unwittingly scare people away as much anymore.

I feel like I can't process what's going on around me quickly enough, as my mind likes to wander off on interesting tangents, so I'm not only a poor conversationalist, but also a bad decision-maker. I'm not good at making judgments efficiently; I torture myself over every little detail and run scenarios in my head before I can comfortably decide on anything. If there's an aspect that I'm unfamiliar with, I'll take the time to look it up rather than going with my gut or making a "best guess". I won't commit myself to anything I'm not 100% sure on, so on the whole, I come across as indecisive and unconfident.

Most traditional goals don't interest me. There's nothing attractive about having more money than I need to live comfortably, holding a position of power over other people, or indulging in any of the typical vices such as drinking, gambling, and sex. Even easily relatable goals such as being well-respected for my achievements or starting a family aren't enough to motivate me. My enthusiasm is all spent on stories and theories and systems, and none of the things that most people strive for in life will help me to absorb new ideas better: in fact, they're usually distractions. As such, I've more or less resigned myself to the fact that I'll most likely never amount to anything: my values are too distorted.

To top it all off, I'm in the habit of looking at myself objectively, as though what happens to me (the character) has nothing to do with me (the audience). I'm aware that my way of thinking is crooked, and that I'm stuck in a rut, but my most prominent thought on the matter is something like "This pathos makes me a pretty interesting narrator." Success and failure, happiness and misery, are all the same to me because they all make for "good reading".

Basically, I'm inferior because I think rather than do. Instead of living my life, I just watch it unfold from the sidelines, and busy myself with exploring whatever new information's drifted my way.
Posted 10/16/14

narutosonic330 wrote:

That is a unique characteristic! Are you one of those people who are better with the words "west" and "east" as opposed to "left" and "right"?


Cardinal directions would certainly help. I prefer it when people simply point the direction to head towards rather than explain the routes in detail, because it's usually slightly wrong which makes me lose sight of where I'm headed. To be honest, it's largely due to the fact that I'm simply not paying any attention to my surroundings. I'm not motivated or excited enough to limit my focus to whatever event I'm headed to until I'm actually there. I'm mostly in my own world thinking about whatever comes to mind, hoping that my body and instincts will somehow take me to my designated location without any effort. Because of this habit, I miss out on small signs that I could use for the next visit when recalling the directions. Also, I simply don't panic enough. I'm completely apathetic even when there's only ten minutes remaining to arrive on time. I don't know where this habit came from, but I think it largely stems from the conditioning I received after habitually arriving to school classes late without caring, as well as late homework submissions. It would be funny if it's true.
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22 / M / Okinawa, Japan
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Posted 10/17/14
Lots of things make me inferior. in fact so many things make me inferior im surprised natural selection didn't take me out yet. Physically Im short, fat, weak, lazy, really bad eyesight, mentally weak overall,cant socially interact normally with people. In easy words Im inferior all the way around
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24 / M / Pretoria, South A...
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I think I am inferior in the sense that I am pretty skinny, overlooked quite a lot because of that, doesn't bother me, well now that I think about it, can't really say this makes me inferior because it doesn't affect my personality much, okay maybe with approaching girls? but yeah I don't really like that I am skinny and with my metabolism, I'll need a a crazy load of good fortune to gain any weight.. oh and I am a guy, which is why it bothers me being skinny..
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17 / F / CT
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Posted 10/17/14
People never approach me because i have look cold.
I dont think i'm smart? I try really hard but it doesnt seem like anything sticks into my brain
My views are different from my peers
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Posted 10/17/14

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Mhm, I can understand that. Although, it's more like.....it's easier if it's just my own world. Other people coming into it is just a pain.



I don't mind people at all.
You know, given they're good people.
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