I dont know what to put here.
I'm a girl so.. you know what?
Take THAT r37! Beeyatch.
>>290759290759 Cool. It's a general thing, by now, for me. I just kind of do it. Female or male I don't do, age is easy enough for my method, and I just build it like a wall - every brick you put down gives room for another brick using that for support.
>>142500142500 hey, that's a similar ability to me, through looking at someone's writing i can tell the gender and age of the writer, i had only found that out through fimfiction and the many different and tallented writers.
>>142500142500 how bout you do me? i know that you've gotten used to my personality, but using anything you can see from my page here on fimfiction and on dA, you should try your psychic skills on me.
I used to do a little something like this, but in a different way.
>>145220145220 getawayfromyourdad. You hear what he said about "you've been picked on a lot, or get in a lot of arguments, sometimes leading to physical violence"? Where on earth could that have come from?
Thanks very much for watching me!
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Sweet apples..! I'd swear you'd have known me for a good while to pin-point all of that. It's very accurate too! I'm honestly impressed. I don’t even think my dad could describe me that well. I’m glad you’re a nice person or I’d be freaking out here.
How long have you been able to analyze people like this? Even though it may be easy to you, I doubt I could find out so much about a person just by looking at ‘em for a bit. Maybe after hanging out or talking to them…but even that’ll take a while for me. I don’t think I’ll be as good as you are at it. You’re like a pro! Plus, I don’t like assuming things only to be blasted with a big “NO!” when I’m wrong or slightly off.
I prefer when you add as much detail to describing as possible. Reading what people analyze is interesting for me. Especially when I’m the one being analyzed (reading this made me gasp out loud and get weird looks from my classmates). I am interested in what’s your major (or what you plan on majoring in college). Your analyzing skills will help you in finding good jobs and all that.
Oh and I dare you to! (loljkIhavenorage). I’m interested in what else you can find out.
This was shorted before you edited it? Oh goodness.
The bio thing is pretty amazing, huh? I love doing it, but it's not as hard as it looks, and with a bit of effort, I could probably delve pretty far. It works like this:
'I don't know what to put here.' - shows that you're worried about people getting the wrong idea of you, and that you get kind of nervous. Perhaps you're awkward in lots of encounters with people, too, due to nervousness. Nervousness is caused by lack of experience in doing something, leading to you not knowing the possible outcomes of an action, meaning that you simply imagine the worst, so as that no matter what happens, you're prepared for it. The fact that you where nervous enough to not know what to put, even, shows that you've been picked on a lot, or get in a lot of arguments, sometimes leading to physical violence. Only nice people or illiterate/mentally unable people get picked on, and I can tell by the fact that you use the internet enough to know about The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy proves the illiterate/mentally-unable theory wrong, so you're a nice person that gets picked on a lot, sometimes involving physical violence.
However, the fact that you openly stated that you're female shows that you do have a fun/abrasive/excited side, and that you trust people a lot with information. This is often also caused by bullying, which also causes a lack of friends. Fortunately, a lack of friends acts like a filter - those with few friends often have the best friends, meaning that you do trust them with information, but the abrasive side means that you also have a way of giving good advice, meaning that you're kind, again. The difference between what people that you don't like and people that you do like think of you, is that people you don't like don't see that you're intelligent, and treat you as inhuman, or an outsider. This makes you put more trust in your friends, and makes you hide yourself from people that you don't like.
It's really a lot smaller and easier than that in my head, but that's just because I've become able to analyse something like that in a few seconds - I don't need to take all the middle things through, it's basically as fast as this: Spelling is good, means she's kind, a good reader, and gets physically bullied a lot. Knows r34, means that she uses the internet a lot and has few, but very good, friends.
And it's all stuff like that, It's really fun, when you get into it - I can tell what someone's like from looking at them across a room for a few seconds.
Really, though, it's easy. You start to learn how by seeing people, and finding out what they're like, and making links between what you saw, and what they are. It's like learning a language, except the language has about 50 words.
If I where to use more than just the bio, I'd be ranting for an age. Trust me, I tried it before.
*Edit* Even longer post is even longer.
>>140786140786 Hm. Well that's a pretty good mindset, I suppose. I know id get nervous around someone aggressive. Just hope you don't wait too long in getting your point across. Now the not wanting to date someone without loving them is a wonderful thing! I don't see that in guys alot. At least not the ones here.
I agree with you about the emotions part. It's good to know you let them out! I dont have to worry about that then. (I hope your brother feels better.)
I can understand why you hate to express your feelings around those types of people.. You, creepy? I don't see how that's possible. Redheadomg<3
But your take on it makes sense.
And..um..wow. Kinda taken back by that. It's like you described me almost perfectly! But you can seriously get that from my bio? That silly thing? Goodness. I kinda want to give you a hug.. Anyways. Heh. You'd be surprised at how few friends I have. Most of them I met via the Internet. I can count the number on my hands. You shouldn't be jealous though! You seem awesome and trustworthy enough, as such I consider you a friend!
Oh I'm glad my silliness amuses you! Apparently I'm silly all the time since Ry won't stop telling me I am.
>>140631140631 About them matchmaking me, I'm pretty sure I've made it clear already, but I do things in a very passive way when I'm objecting, normally, so I'll make sure it stops. I'm passive like that because people get nervous if I get aggressive about it, so I just need to time it right, and while you're probably right about them just trying to help, I'd hate myself if I started dating someone I didn't love, and even more so if I did it while I still had feelings for someone else. It wouldn't be right.
Emotions are the strongest force in a human, but I'd agree with you that if there's one thing I know, it's not to keep them in. I do a lot to let out emotions, including, surprise surprise, writing. I believe that humans must of evolved to feel emotions, like animals - it's a common solution because it's the best solution, but that means in it's self that it's literally healthy to express them. It's been proven that keeping emotions balled up can cause stress, and in a lot of cases (including my brother's, though he's is only light) illnesses.
And finally about the cute thing.
Personally I think it's just because, quite hypocritically, I hate expressing myself in front of people that abuse me for my feelings. Now, though, I feel the need to express them more, so I do, and they suddenly find that the creepy red-head hermit with geek friends and a head on his shoulders actually has emotions. And that's against their logic, really. So they find it weird and call it cute from there.
That's my take on it, anyway.
And you're a good friend. Don't ever doubt that, because even just reading this means that you're making someone feel better while they're not happy, and that alone makes you good. I can tell even just from your biography that you've taken the happy and kind approach to people that you judge as trustworthy, and that you have a fun side, but don't let the people you don't like see it. Perhaps you act a bit crazy, but they don't see it as a fun you. That also means that you're a good person, because that'll of shaped you. Things like that, I can see everywhere in you, just over the internet. I'm jealous of your friends, personally, because you'd make one hell of a good best mate.
Oh, and also, no awkwards on the whole thing at the end of your last comment - I'm good at understanding people, but not at explaining.
Fun to watch you babble about it, though.