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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Oh yeah i was being truthful,but Some,people cant take compliments so fuck them


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    I just took a few new photos of the side of my face that look completely different from the first time. And I didn't do any kind of alteration to them. My slight turkey neck seems to have disappeared! It's the same setting and similar lighting. Look and see! Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Oh yeah i was being truthful,but Some,people cant take compliments so fuck them
    Yeah, this is interesting. You (@The Ü) don't seem to respond at all to anyone saying nice things about you, except to basically accuse them of lying to make you feel better. I get that it can feel awkward to take compliments sometimes, but you need to learn to do it. Someone gave me really good advice once when I was young, self-conscious and felt awkward accepting compliments. It was my flute teacher. She said, "When someone pays you a compliment, simply say thank you and accept it." You don't have to disparage yourself or disagree with theml; you don't have to compliment them in turn (but you can, if you are sincere). All you need to do is say "Thank you" and try to take it for what it was meant to be-- someone saying something nice about you simply because they believe it to be true. And try to take the compliments to heart (but don't let them go to your head).
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    The number of people who think they are boring is staggering. I've had people tell me that I wouldn't want to talk to them because they are boring....

    I'm careful about who I talk to, I don't spend time talking to people I don't think are interesting so it's irritating to have them tell me I'm wrong!

    And no, I don't mean uber, I just mean that to have him do that to other people is uncoool.

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    Okay, so one person called me interesting. How do I make more than one person call me interesting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Okay, so one person called me interesting. How do I make more than one person call me interesting?
    Be interesting.

    The easiest way is to become someone who finds other people interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Be interesting.

    The easiest way is to become someone who finds other people interesting.
    You see, this makes absolutely no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    You see, this makes absolutely no sense.
    *takes copious notes*

    It seems we have come to the center of this particular shrubbery maze.

    Think of the interesting people who post on this forum. @Halla74 is like the greatest go to choice for everything. He is an interesting man partly because he finds others interesting and takes note of it and responds in their blogs and has conversations with others and gets to know people and learns about them. He is also interesting because he has a wide range of knowledge and life experiences that he shares with other people.

    You get back what you invest in other people. If you invest little you will receive little and there is nothing to grasp at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    *takes copious notes*

    It seems we have come to the center of this particular shrubbery maze.

    Think of the interesting people who post on this forum. @Halla74 is like the greatest go to choice for everything. He is an interesting man partly because he finds others interesting and takes note of it and responds in their blogs and has conversations with others and gets to know people and learns about them. He is also interesting because he has a wide range of knowledge and life experiences that he shares with other people.

    You get back what you invest in other people. If you invest little you will receive little and there is nothing to grasp at.
    So you're saying that in order to be interesting, I must cater to others' self-centeredness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    So you're saying that in order to be interesting, I must cater to others' self-centeredness?
    Are you self aware enough to appreciate the humor in the bold coming from you?


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