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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Reconcile the two perceptions? Hell, I muddy the waters intentionally. It's more fun that way.


    If you view yourself as overly complex, maybe you're thinking about things too hard. I'd recommend not doing that.
    Dont judge others only because you are afraid of the complexity within yourself . I'll tell the attendant you peed in the pool
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Dont judge others only because you are afraid of the complexity within yourself . I'll tell the attendant you peed in the pool
    Well, I'd also say that being overly simple probably means that you're missing something about yourself and that you might not have appropriate versatility to deal with all of life's challenges. I am not scared of your brutish pool attendant. He can kick me out of his waterpark--it was worth it.

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    Jeez, I hate argumenting with entps, it always ends like this :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    No, not stupid but simple, as in someone with simple needs and an open person without a lot of inner turmoil or conflict.
    1. How do you view yourself, simple or complex?
    2. What's the feedback been from others about whether you're simple or complex?
    3. If there's disparity between the two views, have you or have you not attempted to reconcile the two?
    4. If you've attempted to reconcile the two, why or what was the disparity?
    I am the most WYSIWYG ("What You See Is What You Get") person I know of.
    There is no disparity between how I walk, talk, eat, think, act, or anything else.
    So, I dare say I'm SIMPLE in terms of this question...but I'm sure as hell not easy to figure out, or predictable.
    How's that for a truthful contradiction!!! :yim_rolling_on_the_

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    No, not stupid but simple, as in someone with simple needs and an open person without a lot of inner turmoil or conflict.


    How do you view yourself, simple or complex?
    I view myself as simple. Even though they're not all fulfilled or easy to achieve, my needs are simple, and I'm not internally conflicted about much at all.

    What's the feedback been from others about whether you're simple or complex?
    I'm not sure that I've ever really received any feedback on the issue -- nothing concrete enough for me to build an opinion on it, anyway. Mostly people simply describe me in very general terms -- "quiet", "smart" (yeah, right ), or "laid back". I tend to escape notice, so am seldom considered in depth.

    If there's disparity between the two views, have you or have you not attempted to reconcile the two?
    Well, I don't know that there's much of a disparity, but I can pretty safely assume that I'd not bother trying to reconcile the two if one existed. Maybe to an individual person, to let them know me better, but in general? I'd not bother -- it wouldn't really bother me.

    If you've attempted to reconcile the two, why or what was the disparity?
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    How do you view yourself, simple or complex?
    Simple.

    What's the feedback been from others about whether you're simple or complex?
    Complex, but only because I don't typically reveal a lot about myself to others.

    If there's disparity between the two views, have you or have you not attempted to reconcile the two?
    Why would I attempt to reconcile them? I don't give a shit.

    If you've attempted to reconcile the two, why or what was the disparity?
    N/A.
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    1.How do you view yourself, simple or complex?- Simple :3

    2.What's the feedback been from others about whether you're simple or complex?- I get mixed responses. From people I know well that know me well.. simple. From people who don't. Complex.

    3.If there's disparity between the two views, have you or have you not attempted to reconcile the two?- I think my problem is that sometimes I am too extreme for people.. so in general, I have a "Im talking to strangers and people I don't know" face, like most people do.. but as I get to know people and let my guard down, my demeanor conflicts with that mask.. I think it sometimes gives the perception of being complex. Also, I seem to get swept unwillingly into socially complex situations..
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    Simply complex with simple needs.

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    people who are saying you feel like you're "simple"... what does that feel like?

    i mean, i think of my (mind's) insides, and it's like this:



    what does simple feel like?

    i'm picturing this



    until further notice

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