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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Ha! Weird.

    Just before I came to check the forum right now, I was thinking about how sick I am of debating stupid people over what is stupid.

    I traced it down to a lack of depth by preference. Its like skinny and fat people. Some people can eat a very small meal and feel satisfied and content and others need more food to feel the same reaction.

    If I told the skinny person they hadn't eaten enough they would probably disagree since they feel the same as I do, full. They may even argue that I ate entirely too much.

    I doubt either is wrong, it is just different. Lol, this is very if a tree falls in the forest.....

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    I think I'd describe someone as deep when they ask more out of life.

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    I'm not sure if I can properly articulate what I consider to be deep, but I find myself using the term in place of "thought-provoking" or "insightful" quite often.

    I honestly consider the unwillingness to characterize things as simply shallow/deep as one of the benchmarks of maturity/REAL depth in a person.
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    deep or droop, deeper than deep or deep fried?

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    Quote Originally Posted by copperfish17 View Post
    I honestly consider the unwillingness to characterize things as simply shallow/deep as one of the benchmarks of maturity/REAL depth in a person.
    ...burn?

    I wonder what it says of you guys that no one's found "having an argument with myself" to be particularly noteworthy.
    Except YWIR, I'm guessing.

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    I am too deep, I could shed some of the deep phat!
    It might help me loosen up.

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    Anything that causes you to reflect would be considered deep. Things that turn you in on yourself and your thoughts. More often than not it is something simple, because it leaves room for you to interpret and add meaning to.

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    Ok, if I were to give a serious answer, I probably agree with wolfy.

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