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  1. #11
    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    so some of you have conversations with yourself? or different aspects/parts of yourself? do these seem like actual conversations, with two points of view, a dialogue with yourself?
    Yeah all the time, actual conversations with different points of view.
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    My internal dialogue's are more visual and can't really be described through words.

    I sometimes compare my thought processes with a busy highway intersection.

    I don't think in words, but rather, ideas... Not in sentences, but the meaning of a sentence. Not in dialogues, but the conclusion of the dialogue.

    Unless I'm tired, then I tend to think in words, but I won't bother argueing with myself when I feel like that. :P
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    I don't have internal dialogues with parts of my body, but rather different points of view inside of me. Sometimes I "speak" as if I'm speaking to someone else, usually without an answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    My internal dialogue's are more visual and can't really be described through words.

    I sometimes compare my thought processes with a busy highway intersection.

    I don't think in words, but rather, ideas... Not in sentences, but the meaning of a sentence. Not in dialogues, but the conclusion of the dialogue.
    or that
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    My internal dialogue.

    Shit, this requires me to think.

    My inner child - Just imagine a kid who is sooo ADHD whilst on a sugar high.
    Its all about fun and excitement, oh and who i can wind up.

    On any given day -
    Look at that tree.
    I can feel the wind blowing through my stretched fingers.
    What will i have for tea.
    I hate me.
    What shall i do tomorrow.
    I need to hoover.
    Nice kitty.
    Facebook is shite.
    I need to go on guitar hero.
    My nails have grown so much.
    Why am i watching the news.
    God, i am slim.
    Why is my son always on the laptop.
    Oh its raining.

    I view my mind like the sky and my thoughts like clouds, its like Ohhhh, next thought. I am always talking out loud though.

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    I have way too many things arguing in my head at all times.

    1: That looks interesting.
    2: Really?
    1: Yeah.
    3: What is truly interesting?
    1: I suppose it's all based on my perception.
    2: I'm not sure.
    1: Well, what I see isn't what everyone else sees, right?
    2: Maybe. What if we all see the same thing only different colors?
    3: That's stupid. Think of something else.
    1: Okay.
    2: Okay.
    4: I think I'm going to put that colors thing in script or something. That would sound cool if a character said it. Maybe a voiceover. Or could I somehow make it a graphic? Draw it?
    5: Just write it down, and when you've written enough things like that down you can compile it into something bigger.
    3: I'm not sure that would work.
    2: Who are you to say what works and doesn't?
    4: I should add that line, too!
    3: Shut up and write it down.
    1, 2, 3, 4, & 5: Fine.
    1: My handwriting is really sloppy.
    6: I'm hungry!
    1: Stop talking. Mind over body, asshole.
    6: But-
    4: Shush! I'm trying to think of some more things to write.
    5: Be general and stop focusing on silly details.
    4: Yes! Maybe a failed philosophy to apply to a character who will in turn say these lines?
    5: Exactly.
    1: What time is it?
    2: Does that matter?
    3: It does if you want to matter.
    2: Are you sure?
    1: 12:30. I need to get to bed, then.
    6: I agree.
    5: Keep writing...
    3: Sleep.
    6: Yes, sleep.
    4: Hold on...
    3: SLEEP.
    1: I agree. Sleep.
    2: I don't like to agree, but I have to.
    4 & 5: We're done here.
    6: Thank God! Sleep!

    I think I could add even more people to the conversation.
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    Higher self: get off the damn computer already. You have responsibilities, m'dear.

    brain: Mmmkay, #1: the word "responsibilities" has a lot of letters in it. Huh. #2: pleeeeeease, no! What we're doing right now is halfway engaging. Emotions, c'mon, you gotta help me here. Laundry is suicide by boredom for me.

    higher self
    : No, emotions, you must follow me. Should, should, should!

    emotions
    : I'm torn!! Guilt! Funk! Depressive boredom! Woe, woe, woe!

    Stomach: two words-blackberry cobbler.

    Emotions
    : *perk* I feel that would work out well.

    Brain: A new recipe to try, eh? Intriguing. Perhaps a recipe I might whip dh's tooshie at. I could get behind that...

    Higher self: Well, I *do* have a moral obligation not to waste all those berries we picked...

    Brain: True, but we'd likely finish them off tomorrow anyway **smacked by emotions and stomach**

    Stomach: Silence, fool! Feet, to the kitchen!!!

    Feet: Duhhh, d'OK, boss.
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    Hahaha..I used to get a lot like that ALL THE TIME!

    Here's mine:

    Teacher: "Class, we'll have a quiz tomorrow."

    Me, walking towards home...

    Right brain: "Dammit, another quiz again! Ugh, I'm so sleepy I can hardly concentrate!
    Left brain: "You have to..aren't you aspiring for honors? After this, you'll be free tomorrow!
    Right brain: "Awwhh, can't I get to do what I like first? Besides, I've been slaving since the start of the school year. I need a rest!
    Left brain: "You have to study, or else, you'll get a very low score. You don't want that, do you?"
    Right brain: "Of course not, but...oh well, you win. At least I'll be free of quizzes after this."

    Left brain starts recalling the main topic and the details for tomorrow's quiz.

    P.S. So, what happened is I studied half of the subject matter for the night and half the following day. I had to wake up at 5:15 am for my 7:30 am class scheduled for a quiz.
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    On the train going home from work:

    1) I'm bored -_-
    2) Shut up ><
    1) I'm bored -_-
    2) I said shut up! ><*
    *hot girl walks by*
    3) Oooo pretty @_@
    2) In your dreams <.<
    1) I like pretties ^_^
    2) Shut the fuck up... >.>
    3) Maybe if you adjusted your attitude... -_-
    *train passes by go-cart track*
    1) I wonder how fast I can go! ^_^
    2) Depends on the Hp of the engine and how much weight you gained this month... -_-
    3) Boooooring *_*
    2) Shut up... <.<
    1) You're mean ;_;
    2) Shut the fuck up... >.>
    1) Make me! ><*
    3) Fight! Fight! Fight! ^_^V
    ...
    ...
    ...
    1) I'm bored... -_-
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    My internal dialogue pretty much resembles a couple of overstimulated, sugar-high toddlers on tricycles in a tiny little room without windows. I'll spare you further details.
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