Why do mosquitoes love me so much. I have 14 bites from our barbeque/bonfire this weekend. Everyone else was like "We put bug spray on, do that!" I'm like, "I did that before any of you did because they were already FRICKING BITING ME! And they still bit me with it on!!!" Okay, I didn't say that, but that's what happened.
I remember reading that there's certain blood groups which attract them. You win.
Are NFs and possibly NTs more prone to Asperger's syndrome or is it just me? I discovered some of my favourite musicians have Asperger's syndrome, and all are NFs. Perhaps I have it, too? I'm not sure. My sister is an Aspie but you wouldn't be able to tell too easily.
people who expect a change
who can't throw away their humanity
who stay idle in growth
who won't dirty their hands
those are the most terrifying of monsters
Heh, I'm drowning in negative thoughts and emotions, and the only trains of thought I feel like following are the ones that I know are going to drive me deeper into negativity. I truly do not understand myself. Maybe someday that will change.
For clarification, I'm fine. For whatever reason, I actually like being negative, I was just wondering why.
Sigh... Wish I could convince the husband to move to Santa Claus.... And no... I'm not crazy, it's a real town.
There has to be a figure on the likelihood of a town being named after a person or character as compared to being named after other categories of things. What would this tell us about how we mentally order places and people? But like it's also funny because you could read this as a couple living inside a fictional character whose physical nature has been defined as being like a fat old man so you first are like 'how would that even work?' but there's like other stuff we aren't told about Santa. Like maybe Santa's insides and outsides are in different dimensions? Maybe he also has some size alteration abilities? hehehe. But it also just appeals to my love all things polysemorous.
I've now been without sleep for 37ish hours. My stomach also hurts.