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    Senior Member sonata's Avatar
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    I've gotten 'intimidating', 'scary smart', 'logical', and 'unflappable'.

    But then I've also been called 'warm' and 'accepting' and 'silly' and whatnot.

    People can't seem to agree. I've never been called antisocial, although I have been called quiet (and am, naturally, before you get to know me).

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    I'm generally well-liked, but just barely not enough. I very much enjoy being with others, but it generally doesn't take long before the "boring" kicks in. Working to improve on that though.

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    Some things I've been called:
    Unemotional, cynical, psychopath, creative, weird, messed up, deep, quiet, passive, scary, spontaneous, rebellious...

    ... sweet.

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    A lot of mine are contradictory as well. And I don't know if they're all too closely tied to type. I've been described as "stubborn, obstinate, lazy, annoying, tough, laid-back, intense, neat, aloof, funny, weird, detached, argumentative, rebellious, melancholy, sloppy, full of myself, confident, unorganized, analytical, depressed, private, shy."
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