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    Since some members have mentioned doubts about my mental well-being, this thread is here to find out if they are right or not. Note that this thread is here to discuss it.

    Things that were mentioned that I can remember instantly:


    • Not wanting hair in my food
    • Not using keyboard with greasy/sause-y fingers/not taking door handles with greasy/sause-y hands, etc..
    • Wanting my food to be intact.
    • Wanting not the cheapest kind of food that tastes like shit (quality food).


    I see absolutely nothing wrong with any of those points. So, if there is something else, do mention it. If you disagree and say "Bullshit! Those points mean you're a mental!" tell me why.

    ADDITIONS FROM REPLIES:

    1. I make funny grammatical errors - English is not my native language and I don't live in an English-speaking country. Even native speakers do make mistakes. @Chawie
    2. I see preoccupied with my food because what I eat is cheap, tastes like shit and I bet half of it's toxic. Money issues. @Chawie

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    You seem rather over preoccupied with your food, and occasionally make rather funny grammatical errors. This combined with your seeming inability to type yourself leads to people being a bit confused about you, and I also think there is perhaps a bit of a cultural difference at play.

    Edit: Also the existence of this thread, and your openness to discuss the issue. lol

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    You're a mental ! A medium !

    So say we all !

    Dont care what others say, most people are bored and depressed on this site. What do they know about sanity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chawie View Post
    You seem rather over preoccupied with your food, and occasionally make rather funny grammatical errors. This combined with your seeming inability to type yourself leads to people being a bit confused about you, and I also think there is perhaps a bit of a cultural difference at play.

    Edit: Also the existence of this thread, and your openness to discuss the issue. lol
    Numbers 1 and 2 in the OP contain the answers to your reply.

    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    You're a mental ! A medium !

    So say we all !

    Dont care what others say, most people are bored and depressed on this site. What do they know about sanity
    Right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typoz View Post
    • Not wanting hair in my food
    • Not using keyboard with greasy/sause-y fingers/not taking door handles with greasy/sause-y hands, etc..
    • Wanting my food to be intact.
    • Wanting not the cheapest kind of food that tastes like shit (quality food).


    I see absolutely nothing wrong with any of those points. So, if there is something else, do mention it. If you disagree and say "Bullshit! Those points mean you're a mental!" tell me why.
    Lolwut? I missed some strange conversations.

    If you have any mental health problems, I wouldn't say they are food related.

    Now, if you wanted hair in your food, I might have a different response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Lolwut? I missed some strange conversations.

    If you have any mental health problems, I wouldn't say they are food related.

    Now, if you wanted hair in your food, I might have a different response.
    Well you should read some threads then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typoz View Post
    Well you should read some threads then.
    I'd really rather not go digging though all of your 405 posts to find out what you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    What do they know about sanity

    Agreed, if by 'they' you mean 'the evil they' that are conspiring against us all by pretending that 'they' are sane and we are not. Who is 'we' again?
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Agreed, if by 'they' you mean 'the evil they' that are conspiring against us all by pretending that 'they' are sane and we are not. Who is 'we' again?
    Cant tell, they are watching us !!!!
    Come follow me in my bedroom !
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I'd really rather not go digging though all of your 405 posts to find out what you're talking about.
    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Agreed, if by 'they' you mean 'the evil they' that are conspiring against us all by pretending that 'they' are sane and we are not. Who is 'we' again?
    Well "they" are @Arkigos and @Salomé. And someone else, I think.

    We is me, in this case.

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