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    I haven't had a paper cut in years. I forgot how annoyingly unfun they are.

    -1st world probs


    (is 'unfun' even a word? Ancient astronaut theorists say yes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    I haven't had a paper cut in years. I forgot how annoyingly unfun they are.

    -1st world probs


    (is 'unfun' even a word? Ancient astronaut theorists say yes)
    All the time when I used to work in an admin department. One of the daily hazards.
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    Each ant has eyes and a nose
    There are so many magic little sense
    An outer case not an idol
    Addicted idol had disappeared one by one

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    I just wish I had the capacity to feel like what everybody else feels.

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    And calmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I just wish I had the capacity to feel like what everybody else feels.
    The capacity? Feel your own feels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I just wish I had the capacity to feel like what everybody else feels.
    If you feel emptiness a lot...I'd really recommend this book I'm reading by Jonice Webb: running on empty, overcome your childhood emotional neglect. Finally a book which talks about how to figure out what was missing and that its not the child's fault, but also how to start to rebuild the missing areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan of Beans View Post
    The Wind-Up Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi?
    I dont think its anything as recent as that, also someone suggested to me it was part of another series of books by another author but it wasnt.

    The search goes on.

    There's tons of stuff like that which I recollect but only vaguely and cant fill in the details, I dont know if its simply getting older or the diabetes doing damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambling View Post
    If you feel emptiness a lot...I'd really recommend this book I'm reading by Jonice Webb: running on empty, overcome your childhood emotional neglect. Finally a book which talks about how to figure out what was missing and that its not the child's fault, but also how to start to rebuild the missing areas.
    It covers description and prescription then.

    I tend to find that description is interesting but prescription neglected, the difficulty is that any prescription is going to be broad in order to be found useful by the diversity of individuals liable to be reading the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I just wish I had the capacity to feel like what everybody else feels.
    What way does everybody feel and how do you know that? Maybe everybody is not such an enviable state when you think about it.

    A lot of the time people imagine that others have it better and they are missing out and that thought alone is likely to make someone miserable regardless of what the context or circumstances actually are.

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