Who doesn't love a good neurosis?
Not me. I am intensely neurotic, this is no surprise to me nor should it be to others. However the point of this thread was essentially to let people air their neurotic moments.
For example, recently I almost had a brain squidge because of the most insignificant incident. I went to my friend's model shop, where I often go after work to paint some of my models, (since he has all the paints in the range), upon asking if he had a particular one, neither of us could find it.
I offered to check at my house in case I had mistakenly taken it. When I got home I also could not find it, but for some unknown reason, (not really instead I was feeling unnecessarily guilty as I didn't want to be seen as a thief even though I knew I had not taken it), I decided to post on our group's facebook page that I had not found it which I assumed at the time was a fair gesture to reassure said friend.
He is actually not too bothered about it, we're good friends and I know he considers me trustworthy. But it was then that I had the realisation that my message made it seem as if he had been accusing me, which was not the case at all, (as said before I had volunteered the idea that I may have taken it by accident), so in a panic I deleted the message.
Too late, it has now been seen by over 40 of the club members who no doubt have no idea why it was there and worse....why it is now gone.
So now I have to wait and see if this negative eventuality has actually taken place, or not. Usually when this happens however I find I am correct and I have caused a problem within a group over nothing.
Huzzah! Irrelevent, pathetic problems of insignificance. But funny right?
Now lets get back to 'fixing' the third world. Which people tell me is now a forth world and a second world can easily look like a third world, whereas a first world seems not to exist at all except by certain jingoistic people within any country ever.