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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    The guy is so stupid, he doesn't even know what YOLO is. Hating on YOLO, okay, but not knowing what YOLO is? I know guys who are interested as well who have better six packs AND functioning brains.
    Yeah, the obsessive behavior strikes me as a big red flag.

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    So far I've ruined everything I've ever wanted to do with my life. When school starts again, no more, no more... I will not allow myself more loneliness! I will force someone to fall in love with me! I remember last year when I found that someone had painted a heart on my locker, perhaps it was a joke, or a mistake... But I keep wondering who it was... Was it the one I liked all along, the ENFJ 2w3? In my dreams, yeah! But she did try to initiate conversation with me a lot, and I always wonder why. Is it because she liked me, or because she felt bad for me because I was such a loner? Does it even matter? I always responded with aloofness and a certain unpleasantness, and eventually she stopped trying, I regret it so much I cringe whenever I think about it. And now when I see her this fall, and we're not even in the same class anymore, perhaps I'll cry a little when no one's around... Oh God, I remember at P.E. when I had to dance with her, it was so awkward. I'm not a good dancer. Thinking about this when I'm all alone in my room for the rest of the summer, is just murder. What is she doing right now? Sleeping? Hanging out with another, superior guy? Or is she suffering like me?! God only knows...

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    What's up with all these sad elephant stories? Tonight, there was a documentary on Aisha the baby elephant and her caretaker. Aisha was rescued and raised by this lady and when the lady left for a week to attend her daughter's wedding, the elephant stopped eating and died right after her caretaker returned.

    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    What's up with all these sad elephant stories? Tonight, there was a documentary on Aisha the baby elephant and her caretaker. Aisha was rescued and raised by this lady and when the lady left for a week to attend her daughter's wedding, the elephant stopped eating and died right after her caretaker returned.

    Poor baby Aisha.
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    But I'm still fond of you! Oh oh

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    The extent to which music can influence my mood is astonishing. Uplifting, heroic music pushes me into Te moods and dark, melancholy music, Fi moods. Yes, this sounds obvious, but what surprises me is how dramatic the effect is.

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    Can you just shut up? You're coming off as a wannabe pretentious "intellectual".

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    Meant to be writing up a CV but got distracted by Weird Al music videos.

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    The victim was 51-year-old Forrest Timothy Hayes of Santa Cruz. According to his obituary, Hayes was a married father of five. He worked as an engineer for successful Silicon Valley tech companies that included Apple, Google and Sun Microsystems. Hayes' family requested that the media not approach the front door of their gated $4.2-million mansion on Laurent Street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    The extent to which music can influence my mood is astonishing. Uplifting, heroic music pushes me into Te moods and dark, melancholy music, Fi moods. Yes, this sounds obvious, but what surprises me is how dramatic the effect is.
    It always surprises me, too. What's odd, though, is that if I'm feeling bad or anxious, I don't want to listen to music even though it will help. Resistance to change, maybe.
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