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    Default What does your comfort zone look like?

    I mean if it was an object what would it be?


    Mine is an empty stomach lined with really soft sheep's wool and on the out side of it their's statues of men surrounded it with spikes pointed at it, so if I try to get to grow it will get impaled by spikes. If someone tells me I need to get out of my comfort zone it starts closing in and I begin getting suffocated but at the same time I am able to leave without being impaled if I make my self really small I can sneak past the statues which then come to live so then I fight them and then I can either go out and experience new things in the world and bring them back and make my comfort zone grow from the outside or go back in and use introspection and make it grow from the inside. Of course the spikes eventually come back

    So what does your comfort zone look like?
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    uhhh..the first thing that popped into my head was a waterbed. With purple sheets and red pillows.

    And a cheerleader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I mean if it was an object what would it be?


    Mine is an empty stomach lined with really soft sheep's wool and on the out side of it their's statues of men surrounded it with spikes pointed at it, so if I try to get to grow it will get impaled by spikes. If someone tells me I need to get out of my comfort zone it starts closing in and I begin getting suffocated but at the same time I am able to leave without being impaled if I make my self really small I can sneak past the statues which then come to live so then I fight them and then I can either go out and experience new things in the world and bring them back and make my comfort zone grow from the outside or go back in and use introspection and make it grow from the inside. Of course the spikes eventually come back

    So what does your comfort zone look like?
    It's a fairly small area.. oh about the size of Wyoming*. Everyone else is on the outside

    *Big sky, see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    It's a fairly small area.. oh about the size of Wyoming*. Everyone else is on the outside
    ha ha That's very similar to mine. Though, I'd pick something like the state of Texas instead.

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    I'm impressed people actually answered, most of the time when I ask these types of questions I get weird looks.

    so only 4, but I'm happy.


    and jeffster your comfort zone I'd love to sit in especially if it had a male cheerleader.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Except with sailboats, because they are better than motorboats.

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    Yes, that is very nice. I think I could be quite comfortable in that zone as well.
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    Usually it is a big library with soft lights and lots of comfy places to sit and no other people there. It is okay if some cats are there.

    Oh and this library doesn't give me a sinus headache, there's no book mites or dust!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Usually it is a big, library with soft lights and lots of comfy places to sit and no other people there. It is okay if some cats are there.
    Funny.. someone asked me a while ago to describe my perfect "on my own" comfort zone place. I described it like this :

    "A quiet medieval cathedral of a library, with sunbeams from high windows, dust idling in the rays. It is cosy for reading, because it is a warm corner with a red pew, like in a church, so you can tuck your feet up and read with the book on your knees, and your back against the cool stone. The stone has indentations where the backs of others have been there for hundreds of years."

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