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One of the reasons I enjoy this forum is because it is more widely recognized that confidence in ability =/= arrogance, whereas I get called a smartass by my immediate peers if I open my mouth to utter something that comes close to an idea. Nothing wrong with showing off, so don't worry about flattering yourself.
My question was with the intent of making conversation. That doesn't work in the mornings for you, does it?
I thought of it as a placeholder for an adjective, used perhaps as a summery of a myriad of traits for which you have not found an appropriate word for, hence expressing it in the form of referring to my identity with "you."
So you wake up from a bad dream and immediately manage to demonstrate the concept of identity through a mathematical approach? Impressively crazy.
My response to bad dreams is usually waking up, blinking a few times, frowning a bit, thinking through what just happened, then grieving that I can't go back to see how it would've continued because fuck sanity. Sure, it doesn't involve synthetic thinking, but that's all I got.
i think what's leading you astray is that you are thinking of 'you' as a variable/relative pronoun directly in context, whereas I mean it as a stand-in for MrFreakaficial in context.
also, it was like 7am and I had just woke up from a dream framed by the emotional progression of an argument with my parents but with the plot subbed out for some kind of art school gangster revenge movie. it was very strange.
I saw your name in my profile's "Recent Visitors" section and noted the lack of the little "+" next to your name, then went through the exact same pattern of thought, ending with "oh what the hell" and befriending you anyway.
Same reason why I add people on Facebook. Stupid and mostly useless, but hey, no harm done.