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    I'm pretty unco. as well. Husband says thinks it's funny when I drop something or stumble on an obstruction free floor.
    But being one who speaks first and thinks later, I once told a joke about disabled people to a disabled guy. I forgot he was disabled, we'd been talking for ages, luckily he thought it halarious. I turned beet red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    Girls think I am teasing them when I ask them out.
    ahahahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    ahahahaha.
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    It happened only once.

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    Girls think I am teasing them when I ask them out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    :steam:
    It happened only once.
    You asked plural 'girls' out on one occasion?

    And they thought you were joking... tsk. Some people...

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    I'm pretty gullible and pretty 'out of it' most of the time which makes for some pretty funny encounters and apparently one very good victim of pranks :steaming:
    Actually, I don't really mind and laugh at myself on a regular basis:

    Roommates, friends and siblings have taken it upon themselves to "cure" me of my innocence.

    Some highlights:
    1. A roommate dressing up as some weird version of Santa/God and scaring me out of my wits from my kitchen window
    2. My being convinced that Mellow Yellow was in fact a homemade brew being served at this ultra-chic restaurant in NYC. T'is true!
    3. The same roommate forwarding all calls from a particularly annoying telemarketer to my phone and me 'falling for it' and finding the need to be polite for a few minutes EVERY time this happened. I've learned since.
    4. Several stories of pretty misplaced charity...people perfectly capable of helping themselves

    These are just a few off of the top of my head, in the spirit of sharing, it being the holiday season and all...

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    In my honors class, my teacher was telling the class that he thinks the movie, Zombieland would be cool to see. I pipe in, "What's it about?" (I was thinking more on the lines of plot and such). In a dumbfounded tone, my teacher replies, "Zombies?". I tend to over-think things and I am a odd combination of spacey, ditzy, and sharp-witted.

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    I tend to be late very often, so when I come on time, my friends stare at me like this and ask: "what the hell happened?!"

    My friend and I arranged to meet at a certain time and I got confused, came an hour early and figured out my mistake only after I've waited for about 10 minutes and called her on the cell-phone to rant about her being late. My friend thought it was hilarious, I was embarassed. I'm pretty sure it happened twice.

    I have plenty of such stories, so I'll get back here

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlFromMars View Post
    People that don't know me well look disturbed when I suddenly, randomly, get a burst of energy and start acting like a child with sugar rush, then go back to sitting in the corner observing and/or daydreaming like nothing just happend.

    Maybe I'm just crazy!
    I can completely relate to this. Sometimes I even disturb myself when I'm alone and I have this sugar rush urge to turn on some phat beats and start doing what I call "monkey dancing".

    Afterwards, I find myself on the couch, staring out the window and contemplating the great wonders of the universe.

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    People often ask if I take drugs. On a number of occassions my mother has asked me this. I wish people would realise that I don't need drugs to be bat-s**t crazy ;P

    And everytime I meet someone new, they ask whether I am gay. I wouldn't mind but once I plucked up the courage to ask why people think this, and apparently it's because I'm weird. Since when do you have to be homosexual to be weird?

    I'm seriously considering taking those drugs. I don't get people...
    "Dad I can't feel my legs."

    "That's because you don't have any arms."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    When I joke people think I'm serious...
    When i'm serious, sometimes people think I'm joking.

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