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About adianavy

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  1. If he ever shows up, find out if he has a brother for me okay? :)
  2. Despise it. Especially when people who KNOW I hate it do it anyway.
  3. - Animals in pain or dying (just the thought of my dog dying brings me to tears) - Death of a close friend or family member (I've dealt with both) - Frustration (mostly with other people who have let me down) - Stress + exhaustion The last one is my psyche's last resort of coping with whatever is going on at the time. I'm too tired to mount a defense so I breakdown. It isn't pretty.
  4. Hi, cool picture..

  5. It seems that more and more people can't handle their highly cherished opinions and beliefs being tread upon. Even when it's in their own self-interest to question them. Yet those same "core values" go out the window when another cult of personality deems it necessary.
  6. If this has already bee discussed, I apologize for re-posting. Do you have to mentally prepare yourself for any type of large group interaction? And if you do, do you get really anxious or nervous when walk into what you think will be a small gathering only to find everyone and their basset hound there? The second happened to me recently, and I almost felt like I was having a panic attack because I didn't get any time to psychologically prepare for a lot of people in a very little space.
  7. It's may seem strange, but I've tried to be more egotistical, and I get this overwhelming sense of guilt when I do so. My conscience tells me "You know better than this, don't be an asshat," even though every part of my rational brain is saying "It doesn't make sense to do for others without a equal return."
  8. That's me. I've even had moments at work where I got so sick of being there that I just deep cleaned my work area. It's like meditating.
  9. Northern City Folk 8% Redneck! You must be from New York City. You're not even remotely close to being a redneck. Sorry. And I grew up in Tennessee of all places :P
  10. I think this Penny Arcade comic sums it up very well Greater Internet @#$%wad Theory
  11. Click to view my test results
  12. I didn't see this one listed in the forum. Sorry if this is a repost. http://www.helloquizzy.com/tests/personality-elements-assay Your result for Personality Elements Assay... Productive Philosopher You have one of the three Smoke personalities. You are creative and love to explore new things, but also want to get them right. Any Smoke Personality is some flavor of Philosopher at heart. You like to think about the way things should work. You like schematics and maps and charts and the ideas behind why things are the way they are. When you need to put those ideas into practice, you usually can, but the big payoff for you is seeing the idea proved, not just the thing working. That is why the first item you build or fix is a whole lot more exciting and rewarding to you than the tenth.
  13. Ahhhh, what a nice feeling to know I'm not the only one. I've always been on the outs with most typical women because I don't like talking about recipes, kids, gossip, etc...,I don't sugar coat what I say, and I don't play passive-aggressive mind games. I just want to do my own thing, and leave you to do yours. It annoys me to no end that my assertive communication skills are perceived as being bitchy while the real bitches get rewarded for their behavior. If I only had a Y-chromosome, life would be so much easier.
  14. I feel the same way sometimes - usually when I'm too busy doing the autonomous tasks of daily life to concentrate on something I like. Add to that the fact that most of my friends have moved to different cities over the years (we still keep in touch), and it seems like I'm in a bubble.
  15. Gee sounds like my workplace experience last week. If I'm doing something wrong, tell me what it is and why it's wrong. Don't just assume it's wrong because that's not how you would do it - and DON'T walk away without hearing my reasoning behind my actions. I've noticed that happens a lot with people who have selective hearing and huge insecurities.