What words have people used to describe you?

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02 Aug 2022, 9:03 am

Obviously, some people’s opinions don’t matter. I just find it interesting.

Are you different in person than you are online?


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02 Aug 2022, 9:06 am

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What words have people used to describe you?
Genius, idiot, handsome, butt-ugly, nice, nasty, diplomatic, authoritarian . . . shall I continue?



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02 Aug 2022, 9:07 am

Fnord wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:
What words have people used to describe you?
Genius, idiot, handsome, butt-ugly, nice, nasty, diplomatic, authoritarian . . . shall I continue?


Yes


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02 Aug 2022, 9:10 am

I’m:

backwards
shy
smart
sweet
amusing
caring
selfish

A rejected suitor said that I had no personality.


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02 Aug 2022, 9:13 am

Twilightprincess wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:
What words have people used to describe you?
Genius, idiot, handsome, butt-ugly, nice, nasty, diplomatic, authoritarian . . . shall I continue?
Yes
Adorable, horrible, brave, cowardly, brilliant, dull, gregarious, grim, happy, cranky, driven, lazy, mellow, miserable, practical, frivolous, quirky, conventional, sophisticated, provincial.  Let us stop here.



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02 Aug 2022, 9:18 am

Fnord wrote:
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Fnord wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:
What words have people used to describe you?
Genius, idiot, handsome, butt-ugly, nice, nasty, diplomatic, authoritarian . . . shall I continue?
Yes
Adorable, horrible, brave, cowardly, brilliant, dull, gregarious, grim, happy, cranky, driven, lazy, mellow, miserable, practical, frivolous, quirky, conventional, sophisticated, provincial.  Let us stop here.


The people you know have good vocabularies.

Do you think that people’s perception of you is different offline? For instance, I don’t think anyone here would describe you as “cowardly,” “dull,” or “lazy.”


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02 Aug 2022, 9:19 am

My only beauty is my hair (like Jo from Little Women). Thanks, Aunt. :roll:


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02 Aug 2022, 9:21 am

Twilightprincess wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:
What words have people used to describe you?
Genius, idiot, handsome, butt-ugly, nice, nasty, diplomatic, authoritarian . . . shall I continue?
Yes
Adorable, horrible, brave, cowardly, brilliant, dull, gregarious, grim, happy, cranky, driven, lazy, mellow, miserable, practical, frivolous, quirky, conventional, sophisticated, provincial.  Let us stop here.
The people you know hove good vocabularies.
Most are at least as well-educated as I.
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Do you think that people’s perception of you is different offline?  For instance, I don’t think anyone here would describe you as “cowardly,” “dull,” or “lazy.”
People I know off-line know me better than anyone on-line, except for the FBI, TSA, and other government security types monitoring this website.

:D Hi, Rob!  Hi, Dan!



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02 Aug 2022, 9:23 am

I get mixed reviews.

I think the best one to date has got to be when my ex called me a hybrid. It still makes me laugh and it was well over 20 years ago



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02 Aug 2022, 9:26 am

Twilightprincess wrote:
Fnord wrote:
The people you know hove good vocabularies.
Most are at least as well-educated as I.


Most people I know are way less educated than I am.

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People I know off-line know me better than anyone on-line, except for the FBI, TSA, and other government security types monitoring this website.

:D Hi, Rob! Hi, Dan!


:lol:

My shyness makes it difficult for people off-line to get to know me.


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02 Aug 2022, 9:27 am

babybird wrote:
I get mixed reviews.

I think the best one to date has got to be when my ex called me a hybrid. It still makes me laugh and it was well over 20 years ago


A hybrid? What did he mean?


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02 Aug 2022, 9:33 am

Twilightprincess wrote:
babybird wrote:
I get mixed reviews.

I think the best one to date has got to be when my ex called me a hybrid. It still makes me laugh and it was well over 20 years ago


A hybrid? What did he mean?


I really don't know but it makes me laugh every time I remember it. If I remember rightly we was arguing so it was an insult. He wasn't a very nice person to be honest



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02 Aug 2022, 9:43 am

People focus on my appearance more than anything. I'm not going to bother listing any of those as it makes me uneasy.

Naive, articulate :roll: , funny, dark, kind, compassionate, down to earth, posh, shy, feisty, personable, deep, interesting, weird, different, cheeky, blunt, generous, mean, cheery demeanor.

My sense of humour isn't any different to how it is online, but I hold back on the rude stuff to stay out of trouble.


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02 Aug 2022, 9:56 am

Oh yeah blunt that's another one. I just don't believe in skirting around things.

My ex employer once called me militant. That a word that gets banded about for anyone who dares to stand against a bad boss these days.



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02 Aug 2022, 10:11 am

"c**t" is probably the most common, which could be interpreted as good or bad here in the UK.

Fortunately it's part of my masking, the palisade/litmus test to keep the sensitive zealots out, so i'm glad it's working.

People who actually know me are far more positive however, I get the usual fluffy ones like smart, caring, understanding, unjudgmental, intelligent, attentive etc.


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02 Aug 2022, 10:12 am

I “don’t have my own mind” and am “BORING.”

I’m a “good listener.”

I’m “rebellious” and a “black sheep.”

I am a black sheep, but it’s for being sensible, not rebellious.


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