Weird, crazy, insane, ect... and they all love me for it. I like to point out the absurdity in things, or even create absurdity, and naturally that throws some people off. I also make a lot of jokes because I like finding the humour in things, and different people percieve the results as either hilarious or weird or both. Do they actually think I'm insane, or are they joking? Who can say, and it doesn't seem relevent even. And I think that when I sit down and talk seriously I tend to suprise people in that I actually think very clearly, reflectively, intelligently, and sensibly about things that really matter to me. Perhaps the disparity between my silliness and humour and my more reflective side makes me seem even more crazy.
To the OP,
Yes, I've been called crazy, nuckin' futs, mad, "Off beat", "unstable"<---long story, and really unjustified....you get the idea though.
I really don't care, so long as, I'm not called boring. And seriously, if they believe that crap about ya 1.)They'er not too bright are they? 2.)Doesn't that make them crazy?
Just to be really perverse, I'd ham up the crazy. Really, if you haven't got a least one crazy flatmate story when going through university, you haven't really experienced living in an authentic student flat.
Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.