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« on: December 10, 2012, 12:28:39 am »

Post anything that you do or think which others can relate to.
It's hard to explain, but we all know what it means anyways.

When I see people mistyping something, I look at the keyboard to rate the error.
- Legit typo; writing "haooy" instead of "happy", O is beside P.
- Understandable typo; writing "funnq" instead of "funny", Q and Y are quite far away.
- Grammar/orthograph mistake; "than" instead of "then".
- Nonsense; "wtni".
   If nonsense, then I start wondering about this:
    1. Taking a look at the context, I figure out a meaning and wonder about the real word.
    2. If overall meaning is clear, I look at the letters around to see if everything wasn't misplaced (e.g. writing "htsggoyo" instead of "graffiti")
    3. If it's a short word, I look up potential acronyms (e.g. "lotr")
    4. If no meaning is found, usually I give up...


That relatable post was quite elaborate, let's make a better one:

Whenever I'm listening to music, I hear the Facebook messaging beep (even if Facebook isn't open) or I hear people calling my name.

When have to keep something in mind (e.g. homework to print), I always end up forgetting it. And when I try forgetting something (e.g. horror movie), I can't seem to get it off my mind. Plus, when I'm trying to remember something (e.g. song/actor name), it stays hidden, and as soon as I forget I was looking for it, it pops up randomly and I'm like "hey, it was Clint Eastwood!"

Listening to certain songs remind me of what I was doing when listening to it for the first time.

Before university, the answers I got for Math problems often gave round, integer results. Now that I'm at university, whenever I get a simple result, I'm making mistakes.

There are two times when I'm really productive on projects. The day I receive it, and the day I have to hand it in...

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« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2012, 09:36:20 am »

When I can't think of an actors name or the name of a book/game, item in a game etc. I get really stressed out if I don't find out for a while, then I MUST find out.
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« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2012, 10:22:19 am »

When I can't think of an actors name or the name of a book/game, item in a game etc. I get really stressed out if I don't find out for a while, then I MUST find out.
When my parents ask me to search about an actor, I'm always like "No, I won't Google it, that's cheating. Let's continue thinking about it." Then we forget.
Until as I said the answer pops up during the night.

Which brings me to my next point;

The more important a thing is, the later I will remember it before falling asleep, and the most likely it is I will forget it when I wake up.

Leading me to this;

When I forget something, I know I forgot it, but I can't seem to recall what it was that I forgot. (a.k.a. Neville Longbottom).

And then;

To recall things, I have to walk around the house to see elements that may help remembering, or I ask people about what we were talking because I review our whole conversations in my mind and quite often get to remember what I had to recall.

For the hell of it;

When I'm listening to a song and I can't remember the title first hand, I sing it in my head at x3 speed until I get to the chorus and remember the title.
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« Reply #3 on: December 11, 2012, 06:15:56 pm »

Everytime I pay for something, the cashier and I can never figure out which way to transfer money from hand to theirs. I go to just straight up hand it to them, like they remove it from my hand, and then they wait for me to put it on the counter, when I go to put it on the counter, they go to grab it from my hands, and vice versa. It always happens, I can't stop it, and it's hellishly awkward. D:
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« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2012, 09:35:37 pm »

Everytime I pay for something, the cashier and I can never figure out which way to transfer money from hand to theirs. I go to just straight up hand it to them, like they remove it from my hand, and then they wait for me to put it on the counter, when I go to put it on the counter, they go to grab it from my hands, and vice versa. It always happens, I can't stop it, and it's hellishly awkward. D:
I usually just put the money in front of the cashier.
Anyway just commit to handing the money or putting it on the counter.
It's like walking in a hallway in school.
If you commit to going left or right clearly, then people will be able to anticipate where you'll go, and you won't bump into anybody.
Same concept, except instead of going left or right it's putting the money on the counter or handing it to them.
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« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2012, 10:12:20 pm »

I usually just put the money in front of the cashier.
Anyway just commit to handing the money or putting it on the counter.
It's like walking in a hallway in school.
If you commit to going left or right clearly, then people will be able to anticipate where you'll go, and you won't bump into anybody.
Same concept, except instead of going left or right it's putting the money on the counter or handing it to them.
I tried that the other day, we were both committed to doing a different method, and when the awkwardness was reaching maximum, we both broke down at the same time, which caused untold levels of spaghetti to flow out of our pockets. I am serious, no matter what I do, it ends awkwardly q_q
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« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2012, 10:48:13 pm »

I relate to everything in the first post except for the math part as I've yet to attend college.


That feel when someone hates you just because of a stereotype and refuses to listen to any reasoning.

Yeah, you guys probably know what I'm talking about...  Embarrassed
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« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2012, 11:19:32 pm »

I relate to everything in the first post except for the math part as I've yet to attend college.


That feel when someone hates you just because of a stereotype and refuses to listen to any reasoning.

Yeah, you guys probably know what I'm talking about...  Embarrassed
>Be tall
>asked if I play basketball
>Preceded by some variation of 'damn youre tall'
>Short people always ask me to grab things on the top shelf, but get offended if I ask them to grab something on the bottom shelf
>Everyone thinks being is a gift, and not the curse it is to live in a world made for 5 foot some inch tall people

/tallpeopleproblems

You don't even know stereotypes bro, you don't even know! Dx
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« Reply #8 on: December 17, 2012, 11:25:10 pm »

>Be tall
>asked if I play basketball
>Preceded by some variation of 'damn youre tall'
>Short people always ask me to grab things on the top shelf, but get offended if I ask them to grab something on the bottom shelf
>Everyone thinks being is a gift, and not the curse it is to live in a world made for 5 foot some inch tall people

/tallpeopleproblems

You don't even know stereotypes bro, you don't even know! Dx
I've been 6 feet 2 inches since I was 14, I know that feel.

And trust me, I am judged by many more stereotypes than that...
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5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: you stripped your clothes?
5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: turned into a fox
5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: and got sad?
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« Reply #9 on: December 17, 2012, 11:53:18 pm »

I've been 6 feet 2 inches since I was 14, I know that feel.

And trust me, I am judged by many more stereotypes than that...
You lie!
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« Reply #10 on: December 17, 2012, 11:58:11 pm »

You lie!
Ok, I was 5 feet and 9 inches when I was 14, but now I am 6 foot 2 and it's only been 7 months (damn growth spurts).
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« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2012, 12:02:38 am »

Ok, I was 5 feet and 9 inches when I was 14, but now I am 6 foot 2 and it's only been 7 months (damn growth spurts).
That's still just short enough to not suffer from most tall people problems. Like looking for cars based on how you fit and not how good it is. Six two can still fit in a regular cab pickem up truck! Dx

Six foot tree and up just gets progressively worse and eventually leads to back problems from bending over so much and being squished everywhere you go. q_q
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« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2012, 12:05:29 am »

That's still just short enough to not suffer from most tall people problems. Like looking for cars based on how you fit and not how good it is. Six two can still fit in a regular cab pickem up truck! Dx

Six foot tree and up just gets progressively worse and eventually leads to back problems from bending over so much and being squished everywhere you go. q_q
But I'm only 15 and still getting taller D:
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5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: you stripped your clothes?
5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: turned into a fox
5:30 PM - Zohaibman72: and got sad?
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« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2012, 12:13:58 am »

But I'm only 15 and still getting taller D:
You don't know that. ._.

But yeah, start learning how to take care of your back and improving your posture while you can, cuz being tall will cause back problems like how big bewbz on wimmenz cause back problems, except you can't make yourself shorter. ;_;
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« Reply #14 on: April 19, 2013, 05:57:32 pm »

operation revive a bunch of old topics to get conversations started back up again Tongue
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